#1
I just watched this movie again, and I must say that it, without a doubt, the scariest movie I've ever seen.
The buildup in this film is incredible, the climax is amazing, and the idea behind the film is just terrifying. Explaining too much about the film would spoil it, all I can say is this:
if you love science fiction, and love to be scared, you'll love this film.
any other fans/haters of the movie?
#2
Sounds like my nights with my girlfriend.
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#5
I loved it. I wasn't scared though. Apparently they cut out like thirty minutes of gore and scariness.
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#6
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I loved it. I wasn't scared though. Apparently they cut out like thirty minutes of gore and scariness.

what??

*immediately searches for full version online*

hmm... then again, I'm still satisfied. I don't want the extended version, this version has pretty little gore, and is still awesome.
#7
Oooooooh.

Scary eh?

Will check out.
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#8
One of the best horror movies in space ever. I love movies with crazy stories about parallel dimensions and stuff.

Is there really an extended edition?
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#9
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what??

*immediately searches for full version online*

hmm... then again, I'm still satisfied. I don't want the extended version, this version has pretty little gore, and is still awesome.
I don't know if there's a full version available.
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#10
Such an awesome movie....Dead Space reminds me a lot of it

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I loved it. I wasn't scared though. Apparently they cut out like thirty minutes of gore and scariness.


yea apparently the video that they watch of the original crew eating/raping/killing each other was originally even more graphic. I've heard rumors that they may release the extended edition sometime, but not certain.
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#11
fun fact from wikipedia

Trey Parker and Matt Stone cite this movie as an inspiration for their Satan-worshipping woodland critters who engage in gory acts and orgies in South Park episode 814, "Woodland Critter Christmas".[5]


EDIT: wiki also says that it inspired Dead Space ^
#14
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I was more scared of Laurence Fishburne.


I highly recommend the Fishburne/Goldblum film Deep Cover

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q3ii4iqtCQU

Its on youtube somewhere.



I don't know what it is about that guy, but he always looks ready to kill

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Sick movie, but what was so scary about it?


I guess the fact that it IS technically possible. we don't know. what lies outside of our universe? what would happen if we found a way to get there? IS there really a place like that outside of our universe?
the thing about most monster movies is, we know there are no monsters like zombies or werewolves running around on earth.
but that's because we live here.
in the depths of space and beyond, who knows what terrors exist? I guess that's why I find it so scary, because, even though it's science fiction, it is actually technically possible.
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#15
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I don't know what it is about that guy, but he always looks ready to kill



well in deep cover they are all psycho (jeff goldblum as well). messed up film.
#17
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Event Horizon was aiight. Wasn't that a B movie though?

no, this was





but seriously, I don't know. what IS a b-movie, anyways?
#19
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Event Horizon was aiight. Wasn't that a B movie though?


no...

I just didn't like the fact that it was like "ohhh, outside the universe there is pure evil!, and it makes people do evil things!" ..you'd think if you went beyond the universe, it would be beyond human comprehension and also beyond silly things like "good and evil", and if our minds were exposed to it, we would either explode from some kind of overload..or not be affected at all because we wouldn't be able to interpret anything..or something like that?

I still enjoyed the film, the psychological part was cool. The seen where that Justin kid almost died freaked me out .
#20
Oh man, first time I watched that movie was at like 2am. Fell asleep right after it was over and awoke about two hours later in a cold sweat. Definitely one of my favorite sci-fi/horror movies.
#21
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Oh man, first time I watched that movie was at like 2am. Fell asleep right after it was over and awoke about two hours later in a cold sweat. Definitely one of my favorite sci-fi/horror movies.

the best time of the day to watch horror movies
people who only watch horror movies during the day are pussies.

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no...

I just didn't like the fact that it was like "ohhh, outside the universe there is pure evil!, and it makes people do evil things!" ..you'd think if you went beyond the universe, it would be beyond human comprehension and also beyond silly things like "good and evil", and if our minds were exposed to it, we would either explode from some kind of overload..or not be affected at all because we wouldn't be able to interpret anything..or something like that?

I still enjoyed the film, the psychological part was cool. The seen where that Justin kid almost died freaked me out .


I kinda think that was more how it was meant to be. kinda like "existance outside of our universe is so chaotic and bizarre it drove the crew completely insane".
When Dr. Weir says the ship went to a world of pure evil and chaos, I interpret it more as a world so chaotic and incomprehensable that our minds immediately go crazy, hence the evil part.
#22
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the best time of the day to watch horror movies
people who only watch horror movies during the day are pussies.



Same goes for games as well. I've played through both FEAR games with the lights out, the surround system cranked, and no pillow to cuddle with. I feel like a real man.


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#23
I lol'd hardcore at the Bee movie joke.
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#24
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Same goes for games as well. I've played through both FEAR games with the lights out, the surround system cranked, and no pillow to cuddle with. I feel like a real man.


*note* Three new chest hairs appeared while typing this post.

I refuse to play Doom 3 without the shutters closed at night with headphones on and no one else disturbing me. I turn off my phone, lock my doors, and refuse to acknowledge the existance of anything other than Doom, beer, and the occasional pizza.

seriously, getting up to go to the bathroom during gaming sessions like that is always like sleep walking.

also, getting back to the Event Horizion, there's a scene at the end where Dr. Weir shows the Fishbourne character what it's like in the other dimension, shouting "DO YOU SEE" multiple times. wasn't there a Slipknot song where the singer did the same? was that on Iowa? I don't remember.
(yes, I like slipknot. I'm 20 and have loved them since I was 14.)
#25
Slipknot

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(yes, I like slipknot. I'm 20 and have loved them since I was 14.)


That takes a lot of guts to admit. I salute you!


I dunno about the song, though. I haven't listened to Iowa in quite some time.
#27
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That takes a lot of guts to admit. I salute you!


I dunno about the song, though. I haven't listened to Iowa in quite some time.

I think I've been here long enough to be able to state I like any band without people bashing me (I ALSO LIKE LINKIN PARK (pre Minutes to Midnight) YOU COCKS)

seriously, the only reason people don't acknowledge them as a metal band is for the following reasons:

1. they appeared in the 90's
2. they have a DJ
3. they wear masks
4. the guitarists didn't play solos on the first 2 albums
5. they appeal to alot of people (mostly because of the teenage fans)

and yup, it's Iowa. I wasn't sure if Iowa or Scissors, but it's Iowa.
it starts at 11:11, which is coincidentally the length of tool's song "10000 Days"
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#29
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I think I've been here long enough to be able to state I like any band without people bashing me (I ALSO LIKE LINKIN PARK (pre Minutes to Midnight) YOU COCKS)



Hey if you have that privilege then I do too and I like Linkin Park as well, god dammit! I also still listen to Mudvayne when I'm feeling really angst-ridden.
#30
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Hey if you have that privilege then I do too and I like Linkin Park as well, god dammit! I also still listen to Mudvayne when I'm feeling really angst-ridden.

you tell 'em, Harry!

old school UG'ers have still got it.
#31
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old school UG'ers have still got it.


Damn straight we do! Now if you'll excuse me, I have some more Nirvana lyrics to write on my school binder.
#32
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Damn straight we do! Now if you'll excuse me, I have some more Nirvana lyrics to write on my school binder.

I still proudly wear my Nirvana patch on my backpack.
#33
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Oh man, first time I watched that movie was at like 2am. Fell asleep right after it was over and awoke about two hours later in a cold sweat. Definitely one of my favorite sci-fi/horror movies.
Same thing happened to me after 28 Days Later.
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#34
Amazing film. Watched it on commercial television a while ago; i thought it was just your average sci-fi flick when I first started watching it. I got quite a surprise lol.

Yeah the bit where they see the video log of people screaming and eating/fvkcing eachother and the guy is like "Liberate tutae mae" etc; the audio from that is in the Anaal Nathrakh song The Technogoat. Fvcking brutal.

And yeah, the whole "alternate dimension being evil" thing, it's just because its so chaotic. Sam Neill (Wier) even calls it "the chaos dimension" at some point. Absolutely brutal movie. A plus in my books.
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