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Cinemassacre’s Monster Madness is a yearly series of horror movie reviews produced by Cinemassacre Productions and airing around the month of October. This series is hosted by James Rolfe. This is episode 13 of Monster Madness “Around the World!”
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this actually a goo movie
Over the past few years, I’ve really started to appreciate Jamie Lee Curtis’ early career and how many horror/thriller films she really was in.
I hope you will talk about “Medium” polish horror from 1985. It’s good.
Also, it has a great poster:
Do you come from the land down under? Where women die and men puncture.
“Goo movie”? I don’t recall any goo in this film?
where is the aka for this one?? lol
An amazing review that falls on my birthday, I gotta check this one out.
As an Australian, it’d be really cool if you covered Lake Mungo. Real good and messed up horror movie
I love that you brought Monster Madness back. It’s awesome. I do have a small criticism though and I hope I’m not being too sensitive here.
I noticed that for developed countries you chose original, interesting or innovative movies, but for developing countries (with the exception of Mexico) you mostly picked rip-offs and stuff you’d watch to make fun of. In one of them you even say you wouldn’t recommend watching it.
Now, I get that for some of those countries rip-offs may be representative of their cinema since there are so many, but I’m sure they have more interesting things to showcase here.
Anyway, I wouldn’t say I’m offended, but since I don’t think this was done on purpose I thought I’d mentioned it so you’re aware.
I love this pick for Australia, by the way. I’ll definitely watch this.
Anyway, looking forward to the rest of the episodes.
The best Australian movies have gotta be wolf creek
This looks like a decent watch
I’m not Australian but I second Lake Mungo. It’s a great film.
Man, I love James description of these movies. So awesome.
Van, man, pan. Van pan, man. Man in the van. Van meets Peter Pan.
Favourite Ozzy horror for me will always be Storm Warning! if u have not seen it I definitely recommend it. Another recommendation for you James I think would be your cup of tea (or bottle of rolling rock) is a Scottish film called lord of tears, quite a good low budget monster movie.
pam, van, man, van, man, pam
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