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    Horror-themed Fight Films

    Hey guys, so as Halloween approaches, I'm thinking I want to do a Horror-themed review for the holiday. Unfortunately, there aren't too many films that cross the necessary genres. If you know of any, go ahead and post your suggestion! Even better, if you have a copy that you could let me borrow, I'll be forever grateful if you send it to me!


    (This is the DVD of Seagal's "Against the Dark." This would be an example of a prime review candidate. Alas, I don't have a copy of this movie, and have yet to find it at any of my local movie vendors.)

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    Oh man.

    I watched this kung-fu vampire movie. ****, WHAT WAS IT? Lemme go check my collection.

    Okay, here it is. "Close Encounter With The Vampire". Directed by Yuen Wo-Ping, to boot.

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    Mr Vampire. Awesome film:

    YouTube - Mr. Vampire Trailer

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    Or Hammer takes on 70's kung fu:
    YouTube - THE LEGEND OF THE 7 GOLDEN VAMPIRES - 1974

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    Quote Originally Posted by Conde Koma View Post
    Hey guys, so as Halloween approaches, I'm thinking I want to do a Horror-themed review for the holiday. Unfortunately, there aren't too many films that cross the necessary genres. If you know of any, go ahead and post your suggestion! Even better, if you have a copy that you could let me borrow, I'll be forever grateful if you send it to me!


    (This is the DVD of Seagal's "Against the Dark." This would be an example of a prime review candidate. Alas, I don't have a copy of this movie, and have yet to find it at any of my local movie vendors.)
    How come Seagal is always starting his movie titles with prepositions? Hes always Above the Law or Under Siege or Out for Justice or On Deadly Ground or Out for a Kill or Out of Reach or Into the Sun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CodosDePiedra View Post
    How come Seagal is always starting his movie titles with prepositions? Hes always Above the Law or Under Siege or Out for Justice or On Deadly Ground or Out for a Kill or Out of Reach or Into the Sun.
    In college I did a spoof radio ad:

    Steven Seagal plays ex-Special Forces Detective Nico Spaghetti in Three Word Title!

    Yeah, it was funny after a couple of beers...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zencreative View Post
    BTW: This is my vote.

    Or maybe the first Blade?

    I liked the way Snipes switched between styles in those fights.

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