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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian Freeman View Post
    Lettered Edition is now sold out!
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    Broke down and bought it! <sigh>
    You mean that final lettered edition, Squire?? Wow!!

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    Looks to be sold out except one last lettered! Glad I got mine ordered

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    Any word on when in 2012 this will be ready?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RJK1981 View Post
    Any word on when in 2012 this will be ready?
    I won't have a firm date until Caniglia finishes up the artwork, but I will post one when we're deeper into production.

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    I ordered the signed limited edition earlier this week. I've never read the book (only seen the movie), so I'm excited to get a copy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian Freeman View Post
    I won't have a firm date until Caniglia finishes up the artwork, but I will post one when we're deeper into production.

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    Thanks. Kind of figured it wasn't quite known yet, but wanted to check just in case. Definitely looking forward to this

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    Quote Originally Posted by Patrick View Post
    I ordered the signed limited edition earlier this week. I've never read the book (only seen the movie), so I'm excited to get a copy!
    I'm sure you'll enjoy it! A part of this book really surprised me with it's description and made my jaw drop, which is quite rare for me. Can't say I found it scary, but I can say that about everything I have read as I have yet to find a book I consider scary (same with movies)

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    I didn't really care for the movie too much, nor the book.
    So, I passed on this one.

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    This will be my first Lonely Road Book.Looking forward to it.Have the CD version and it is quite the book.

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    I bought this one also even though I have the original limited published by Gauntlet in the 90s. But the "revised" part caught my eye just as the limited of Dracula I snagged as well since it's really only the decent limited signed by people other people actually know. If there's any other difference between the orignial limited of Dracula, I'd really like to know!
    Anybody??

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    Quote Originally Posted by frik51 View Post
    I didn't really care for the movie too much, nor the book.
    So, I passed on this one.

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    Really?? You didn't like the movie? Hell it has to be in the top 5 scariest films of all time. Maybe not after you've seen it a dozen times or if you're 50 years old or more, but it still packs a punch more than 35 years after its release. There are several scenes that still gives me chills (and no, I'm no wimp). Well, maybe not so much nowadays, but The Last House on the Left is another sick film, probably sicker than The Exorcist.

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    Well, let's say I wasn't really scared by it. Maybe my expectations were too high??
    Now, The Last House on the Left I haven't seen yet. Wasn't that a Wes Craven movie?
    I don't know if I want to see it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by frik51 View Post
    Well, let's say I wasn't really scared by it. Maybe my expectations were too high??
    Now, The Last House on the Left I haven't seen yet. Wasn't that a Wes Craven movie?
    I don't know if I want to see it.

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    Really frik? Yeah, it was Craven's first film done in 1972 with the producer being Saun Cunningham of Friday the 13th fame, 8 years later. It has some very brutal scenes in it that are shocking today, I can only imagine what people thought way back then. There's an R rated version and an uncut version. But even the R is bad. A lot of these American horror films are still banned to this day in a lot of parts of the world, silly really. Even Evil Dead. So much for free speech and expression.
    You should really give it a try and tell me what you think of it. I wish there was a horror movie site on here...like a slasher category and a "regular" horror movie category.
    I'm also a big fan of Italian horror films by Argento, Bava and Fulci among others.I don't know if you even like horror films, but if you do, tell me what kind and I'll give you some recommendations.

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    Quote Originally Posted by theenormityofitall View Post
    I'm also a big fan of Italian horror films by Argento, Bava and Fulci among others.I don't know if you even like horror films, but if you do, tell me what kind and I'll give you some recommendations.
    http://forum.cemeterydance.com/showt...ll=1#post11829

    I'd love some recommendations! If you have a look at my collection (see link above) you'll see what I like..

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    I first saw the exorcist at like 8 and was bored. 6 years later and a 2nd watch, still the same. Last House on the Left is great, both the original and remake. It's a shame that David Hess just died.

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    Quote Originally Posted by frik51 View Post
    http://forum.cemeterydance.com/showt...ll=1#post11829

    I'd love some recommendations! If you have a look at my collection (see link above) you'll see what I like..

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    Damn lol. You have a lot of films. A lot of yours I also have; love Vincent Price in the Poe adaptions.
    But there are some American ones you may like. I looked at most of yours but may have missed some. If you don't have these, get them!
    1. Nightmare...AKA Nightmare in a Damaged Brain. The 30th Anniversay DVD was just released.
    2. The Gruesome Twosome, Two Thousand Maniacs, Blood Feast, Wizard of Gore, She-Devils on Wheels, and Color Me Blood Red, all by the great Hershall G. Lewis.
    3. Rituals
    4. If you like slashers, you have to see these: Silent Night, Deadly Night (one of my favorites...constant action and actually a very cool movie with some humor as well), The Prowler, The Mutilator (uncut version..you'd still have to get it on VHS or DVD-r), Scream Bloody Murder lol, a great one...the one with "Matthew" in it from '73, Black Christmas if it could be considered a slasher, Maniac, 1980 version, Madman, Pranks, The House on Soriety Row, A Night to Dismember and Criminally Insane ( you really have to see these two to believe them lmao, but they're 2 of my favorites), Axe...just too many to list! I can look over my vast collection sometimes and give you some more titles.
    5. Italian films: Virtually anything by Fulci: my favorites of his are City of the Living Dead, but also Zombie, House of Clocks, The Murder Secret, Touch of Death (you have to see this one), The Beyond (great zombie flick), The New York Ripper (a killer that laughs like a duck lol and very violent as all the Fulci movies I'm typing), House by the Cemetary and Don't Torture a Duckling.
    6. Just a few from Bava: The Torturer and A Blade in the Dark. And one Spanish flick I can think of at the moment which is great: Cannibal Man made I think in 1971.
    7. If you like cannibal films, then consider these three: Zombie Holocaust (the best), Jungle Holocaust and Make Them Die Slowly (lovely title).

    And like I said, I can list more if you've seen these or tell me exactly what type films you really like.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jester05jk View Post
    I first saw the exorcist at like 8 and was bored. 6 years later and a 2nd watch, still the same. Last House on the Left is great, both the original and remake. It's a shame that David Hess just died.
    Boring?? I admit there was no constant action, but I wouldn't call it boring. And Last House...it does suck David Hess died. You talk about a guy who made a great villian, that was certainly Hess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by theenormityofitall View Post
    And like I said, I can list more if you've seen these or tell me exactly what type films you really like.
    Thanks for your list! So much to choose from.
    I used to be really into the hard-core horror stuff, from Fulci to Argento to Lewis to you name it. Not any more. I still like the classic Argento stuff, but cannibals, slashers, torture/horror-porn is out for me.
    I much prefer the old Universal classics these days, or the Poe/Price/Corman classics. Some of the Italian masters still work for me. Argento I mentioned, Bava I also like.

    sk

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