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Essential Seven Iconic Horror Movie Scenes

Horror films play a huge part in celebration of Halloween. Today we love watching Jigsaw torturing people, Michael Myers returning from the grave, and Freddie Krueger slashing a girl who fell asleep. Horror films are filled with characters and situations made to scare you. A few films are so memorable that certain scenes have become iconic in film history. With anticipation of jumping out of my seat, here is the Essential Seven Iconic Horror Movie Scenes:

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Essential Seven Female Action Figures Wishlist

The action figure market is primarily dominated by male action figures. Little boys don’t want a girl action figure. Because of this, very few female characters are ever created for toy lines. Princess Leia, April O’Neil, and Scarlett are a few of the more successful female action figures.

The older collector market is not affected by gender. We embrace unique toy lines, and the lesser known characters. That leads to this week’s list the Essential Seven Female Action Figure Wishlist:

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RIP Zelda Rubinstein

Sad news today. Zelda Rubinstein who portrayed Tangina Barrons in Poltergeist, passed away. I love Poltergeist, and she made that movie. The sequels, not so much. You can read her death notice from the Daily News.


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The Good Parts: Poltergeist 2

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I watched Paranormal Activity last week, and was really disappointed.  First, was the Blair Witch Project. Then I sat through Cloverfield. Now another “documentary” type film, Paranormal Activity was awful. Why do people enjoy these films? The hype masks the fact that the film blows. The only thing that could save Paranormal Activity was if that chick took her shirt off. Sadly that doesn’t happen either.

I then thought about Poltergeist, a good ghost film. Poltergeist is still a freakin scary film twenty some years later. Sadly, part two couldn’t live up to the first film, but there were a few good parts.

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Cinemassacre: Poltergeist

Cinemassacre’s Monster Madness month continues with their daily Horror film review with Poltergeist.


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Essential Seven 80’s Films That Should Never Be Remade

Karate Kid Remake

It’s hard to be a child of the 80’s these days. All of the films that you consider sacred are being “remade” or “reimagined.” Last week the first image of The Karate Kid remake made its way onto the web. The initial negative reaction to the remake made Columbia Pictures to rename the Jaden Smith / Jackie Chan film to the Kung Fu Kid.

So I began to list what other ’80s films are in danger of becoming a remake. If The Karate Kid could be remade, no film is safe from greedy Hollywood producers.  If they were remade, how would these films be different? How would they ruin it? I cry at the thought of any of these films being remade. The list was very long, but I narrowed it down to the Essential Seven.

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