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Discussion in 'Reader Polls' started by Katatonia, Aug 8, 2006.
Who shall it be? ...and gimme a few minutes to enter all the vote choices!
From the one's I've seen I choose Black Roses. I got a soft spot for that cheesy flick. Looking forward watching Rock 'N Roll Nightmare soon ...
Phantom of the Paradise
I went with New Year's Evil, because it is one of my favorite cheese classics ever. Roz Kelly is a true Cheese Diva in that movie. I only wish there was a soundtrack. I would abandon all other CDs for it.
I love the GIF Kat! That movie cracked me the hell up too.
Trick or Treat is an old favorite of mine.Runner up is Shock'em Dead.Hope this hits DVD one day.
Ooh, I remember renting Black Roses when it first came out, just because of that damn cool 3-D VHS cover it had! I know I saw quite a few of these way back, but it's been so damn long that the only one I can actually remember right now is Trick Or Treat. I notice Terror On Tour isn't listed. :lol:
I debated whether to include that and Rocky Horror, but they both just seem so "musical" and "camp" and not much "horror". Oh well, the Other option is there! :evil:
:lol: I knew I was bound to miss a couple titles out there...but that's what the Other choice is for!
It's been out for a couple of years on Region 4 DVD!
Phantom of the Paradise has some creepy moments. For my money, it's more horror and glam rock-oriented than Rocky Horror. And who can forget...
Rock 'N' Roll Nightmare is beyond awesome! PlayDoh starfish and a stiff Satan wins!
The official CD Soundtrack is out now as well. :evil:
Kiss, it's cheesyholic.
i liked trick or treat alot
I miss Velvet Goldmine in this poll. That was just glamorously horrible!
Kiss meets the Phantom of the Park. Because it brings back such childhood memories!!
I hold a special place in my heart for Hard Rock Zombies. I agree with walkingdude too, Shock 'Em Dead needs to be on DVD. That was a rental fave of mine way back when. Michael Angelo of Nitro ruled on the guitar!
That double-guitar was a sight!
It is out on DVD, for Region 4. It came out a couple of years ago, and the quality is surprisingly good. It may be out of print by now, I'm not sure.
Here's some covers of the disc:
Same for me, watched the initial NBC broadcast in October 1978. Kiss 1973-1978 was awesome, especially since I was only five years old in '78.
How about the QUAD guitar!
I voted other, for Slumber Party Massacre II.
Wow, I can't believe I forgot about that one! And it's one of my guilty favorites too!!