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Spiral: From the book of Saw (aka Saw 9)

admars (Elite) posted this on Wednesday, 5th February 2020, 16:10

heard about this a while ago Chris Rock is apparently a huge Saw films fan, had some talks with Lionsgate about he want to do horror acting and had some great ideas how to revitalise the franchise. fingers crossed it's not just some fanboy living out his "fantasy":




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RE: Spiral: From the book of Saw (aka Saw 9)

Robee J Shepherd (undefined) posted this on Thursday, 6th February 2020, 09:26

Samuel L. in it too... :o

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Snaps (Elite) posted this on Thursday, 6th February 2020, 09:41

Never seen Saw as once sawn, can't be unseen.

I like Chris Rock but can't imagine this would be a bunch of chuckles.

Prompts maybe a whole new thread on what actually qualifies as horror.
Is the old Hammer stuff still horror?
Do Alien and The Thing qualify as sci fi, horror or both?

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RE: Spiral: From the book of Saw (aka Saw 9)

Robee J Shepherd (undefined) posted this on Thursday, 6th February 2020, 23:31

Quote:
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"Is the old Hammer stuff still horror?"

Yes!

Quote:
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"Do Alien and The Thing qualify as sci fi, horror or both?"

The Thing does, Alien is an interesting one.


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admars (Elite) posted this on Friday, 7th February 2020, 06:37

I agree, The Thing does, I would say Alien does, but the Aliens etc are more action.

Horror movies can be set in space :) wasn't there a hellraiser in space, and another film, I forget it's name, that was pretty much hellraiser in space?

But back to the point, Chris Rock wanted to try "proper" acting, hopefully like Robin Williams, and Jim Carrey he an prove he can do both, my worry is, since it's his project, if he can't, it may have got made with noone being able to tell him he can't :(

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RE: Spiral: From the book of Saw (aka Saw 9)

Snaps (Elite) posted this on Friday, 7th February 2020, 09:24

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"Horror movies can be set in space :) wasn't there a hellraiser in space, and another film, I forget it's name, that was pretty much hellraiser in space?"

Haven't seen Hellraiser as overall I'm not much of a horror fan, there's always something else I'd rather catch up on, but Event Horizon pretty much fills any horror definition I could think of.


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RE: Spiral: From the book of Saw (aka Saw 9)

Robee J Shepherd (undefined) posted this on Friday, 7th February 2020, 12:25

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"but Event Horizon pretty much fills any horror definition I could think of"

Except maybe "a good film"


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