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View Poll Results: Rob Zombie's HALLOWEEN was...
Great 20 11.30%
Good 57 32.20%
Average 33 18.64%
Below average 21 11.86%
Awful 46 25.99%
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Old 11-03-2013, 12:53 AM   #196
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No you need to respect others opinions. I've never been so disappointed at a film in my life.



We're not we're saying a Halloween II (2009) is one if the worst films ever. It's nit ridiculous it's called opinion.
I respect you dislike it but I do not understand how you can say its one of the worst films of all time.

I just don't understand.
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Old 11-03-2013, 01:14 AM   #197
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Old 11-03-2013, 01:46 AM   #198
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In a way, I kind of understand where he is coming from. I consider Halloween Resurrection the worst film I've ever watched. Is it the worst film ever made? Of course not, but the difference being going into Resurrection I had excitement, hopes and expectations that I wouldn't have brought in to other films. When you sit down to watch movies like, Hillbillys in a Haunted House or The Aztec Mummy against the Humanoid Robot, let's face it, you kind of know what you're in for whereas Halloween was once (a long time ago) a respectable franchise. It's all about the expectations you have going in and how viciously those expectations are destroyed.
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Old 11-03-2013, 01:07 AM   #199
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Oh, believe me, I know. I'm typing on a phone myself. I'm just giving you shit.
I don't know what phone you have but believe me, that shit is even worse on a Windows phone. They need to fix that keyboard and dictionary ASAP.
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ZD is right, though. Hating this is one thing but calling it one of the worst films ever is ridiculous.
Thank you. I'm glad a few people know what I'm talking about.
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Old 11-03-2013, 01:14 AM   #200
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I don't know what phone you have but believe me, that shit is even worse on a Windows phone. They need to fix that keyboard and dictionary ASAP.

Thank you. I'm glad a few people know what I'm talking about.
I have no clue what your yapping half the time on youtube. However I just imagine you saying fouostaazs Austrailian foh beeear.......
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Old 11-03-2013, 01:15 AM   #201
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In a way, I kind of understand where he is coming from. I consider Halloween Resurrection the worst film I've ever watched. Is it the worst film ever made? Of course not, but the difference being going into Resurrection I had excitement, hopes and expectations that I wouldn't have brought in to other films. When you sit down to watch movies like, Hillbillys in a Haunted House or The Aztec Mummy against the Humanoid Robot, let's face it, you kind of know what your in for whereas Halloween was once (a long time ago) a respectable franchise. It's all about the expectations you have going in and how viciously those expectations are destroyed.
I agree about expectations. I know I've been disappointed in films because of what I've gone in expecting. I often re-watch them if that's the case because I know I wasn't judging them fairly. I disliked Hatchet when I first saw it because I wasn't expecting a horror comedy, now it's one of my favorite films!

Also, just because you know a film is going to be shit doesn't mean it should be exempt from the shittest movies ever made category.
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Old 11-03-2013, 01:24 AM   #202
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I agree about expectations. I know I've been disappointed in films because of what I've gone in expecting. I often re-watch them if that's the case because I know I wasn't judging them fairly. I disliked Hatchet when I first saw it because I wasn't expecting a horror comedy, now it's one of my favorite films!

Also, just because you know a film is going to be shit doesn't mean it should be exempt from the shittest movies ever made category.
Oh I agree, there's just too many incompetent and utterly abhorrent movies in existence for any one to be the worst film ever made. It's all subjective. And ZD, love your YouTube videos man, you've got an amazing collection going.
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Oh I agree, there's just too many incompetent and utterly abhorrent movies in existence for any one to be the worst film ever made. It's all subjective. And ZD, love your YouTube videos man, you've got an amazing collection going.
One just has to facepalm and some of the films that get made.

Thanks Mikey! I've been slack lately and haven't made anything new but I definitely have some more stuff to show.
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One just has to facepalm and some of the films that get made.

Thanks Mikey! I've been slack lately and haven't made anything new but I definitely have some more stuff to show.
You got stds ewwwwwwwwwwwwwwww so many kuddies you have.
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You got stds ewwwwwwwwwwwwwwww so many kuddies you have.
I have no idea what you're on about half the time Dobby.
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I have no idea what you're on about half the time Dobby.

I do believe Americans call it flitrting.
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Oh and Halloween 2 is one of the worst movies ever made!
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Old 11-03-2013, 11:24 AM   #209
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I respect you dislike it but I do not understand how you can say its one of the worst films of all time.

I just don't understand.
Well that's cause you don't hate it like I do. It pisses me off toon end so that's why I consider it one of the worst films of all time. Add to that the films boring, done in a style I hate, is poorly scripted and has the stupidest looking Myers ever and there you have it.
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In a way, I kind of understand where he is coming from. I consider Halloween Resurrection the worst film I've ever watched. Is it the worst film ever made? Of course not, but the difference being going into Resurrection I had excitement, hopes and expectations that I wouldn't have brought in to other films. When you sit down to watch movies like, Hillbillys in a Haunted House or The Aztec Mummy against the Humanoid Robot, let's face it, you kind of know what you're in for whereas Halloween was once (a long time ago) a respectable franchise. It's all about the expectations you have going in and how viciously those expectations are destroyed.
My expectations were low for H2 and I still hated it. I just think
Zombie's a poor film maker, he just likes to shock. He has no idea how to build suspense which is what ruined his first film in many ways. I just wish he'd left thus one alone after his first one and let someone else continue the story on.
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