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Most of Romero's movies post-1985 have sucked. Day of the Dead was the last good one.
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Old 08-03-2008, 04:11 AM
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There's Always Vanilla (1971) havent watched this one yet (but i have it)

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I presuem this is sarcasm or something. I posted earlier in the thread about how I felt about each of films of his i've seen. I'm not really into giving films a score out of 10 as its not always an indictcation of how good a film is.

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I pretty much really like all his films Day of the dead or before (I have not seen There's Always Vanilla though).

Not seen Knightriders for some time but I liked it when I did. Martin and Crazies are excellent movies and I really enjoyed Season of the Witch. Of the TRILOGY is a master piece.

After '85, I feel his work becomes more and more like that of a hack. I think Bruiser is definally his lowest point - I couldn't believe how weak this film was. I didn't have much hope for LOTD and I was right. It was pretty average. Same for Diary of the Dead but here I was pleasently suprised and I actually enjoyed it a lot not expecting much in the first place.

I also liked Two Eye Eyes but more so Argentos contribution - ROmeros felt like a TV Movie/episode of the Twilight Zone.
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Old 08-06-2008, 01:14 PM
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I presuem this is sarcasm or something. I posted earlier in the thread about how I felt about each of films of his i've seen. I'm not really into giving films a score out of 10 as its not always an indictcation of how good a film is.

Basically:

I pretty much really like all his films Day of the dead or before (I have not seen There's Always Vanilla though).

Not seen Knightriders for some time but I liked it when I did. Martin and Crazies are excellent movies and I really enjoyed Season of the Witch. Of the TRILOGY is a master piece.

After '85, I feel his work becomes more and more like that of a hack. I think Bruiser is definally his lowest point - I couldn't believe how weak this film was. I didn't have much hope for LOTD and I was right. It was pretty average. Same for Diary of the Dead but here I was pleasently suprised and I actually enjoyed it a lot not expecting much in the first place.

I also liked Two Eye Eyes but more so Argentos contribution - ROmeros felt like a TV Movie/episode of the Twilight Zone.
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Not sarcasm at all, I was merely pointing out that you took the time to talk about the films. I would put Romero over Argento ANY day but that's the beauty of art, it's subjective. Don't get so defensive.
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