Don't forget John Carpenter's remake of The Thing!
This method was taken from the original master of suspense, Alfred Hitchcock.I like the way King tries to work himself into the movie in some small way.
Absolutely ......Originally posted by Rking401
This method was taken from the original master of suspense, Alfred Hitchcock.
:lol:geez, next you'll be telling us that john wayne didn 't like horses and his first name was really marion...
I didn't make it through the first five minutes of this one. I went to it with my GF at the time and another couple back when it first came out. The first few minutes was more than enough for the GF's. We, along with many others, got up and walked out of the theater. They refused to refund our money, so I guess the theater won. A very large number of people actually left the theater. I think all it took was one couple to leave to start a trend that night. The popcorn was good. I still haven't seen the whole movie to this day.work Orange is a fantastic movie
"Unbreakable" is really enjoyable especially if you read comic books as a kid. But like "Jerry McGuire" you don't have to be a sports fan to enjoy it, same with being a comic fan with "Unbreakable"Originally posted by Rking401
I have seen the Sixth Sense, and very much agree with you on that one. I haven't seen the other two movies. I guess it's time to go shopping.