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 Post subject: What Horror Films deserve a sequel?
 Post Posted: Mon Oct 10, 2011 11:51 pm 
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I for would like to see Trick R Treat and Dead Silence get sequels made what does everyone else think?

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 Post subject: Re: What Horror Films deserve a sequel?
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I for would like to see Trick R Treat and Dead Silence get sequels made what does everyone else think?


Yes and also HUSK!


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 Post subject: Re: What Horror Films deserve a sequel?
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I would love to see a Trick r Treat sequel. It's difficult to come up with GOOD horror movies that deserve a sequel--so many of them have such a finality with their endings. And most of the ones that don't are worthy of having a continuation of the story anyways. This thread would be much longer if the topic was "What horror movies should have never had a sequel?" :lol:


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 Post subject: Re: What Horror Films deserve a sequel?
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'Trick r Treat' as i'ld love to see more of Sam.


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Definitely Trick R Treat! :D

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 Post subject: Re: What Horror Films deserve a sequel?
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Trick R Treat deserves one....

On the lighter side I would say another Hocus Pocus but it has been a looooooong time since that movie came out.

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 Post subject: Re: What Horror Films deserve a sequel?
 Post Posted: Wed Oct 19, 2011 4:38 am 
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I think you actually could do a Trick or Treat sequel, because that as an anthology-type story, and there could certainly be more Halloweenish stories mined for a sequel.


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I would like to see a new age Amity Ville Horror, but it has to have a good director and write. Not something made just for the sake of leeching money off a franchise or a name.

I also feel, that Stephen King's IT deserves to be on the real screen.




The Frightners needs a sequel as well, and as much as we all know it...

Ghost busters.


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I agree, Trick r Treat deserves a good sequel.

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killem2 wrote:
I would like to see a new age Amity Ville Horror, but it has to have a good director and write. Not something made just for the sake of leeching money off a franchise or a name.

I also feel, that Stephen King's IT deserves to be on the real screen.




The Frightners needs a sequel as well, and as much as we all know it...

Ghost busters.


I would love for IT to be remade. I re-read it again this past summer and given that it is so long, I actually think a mini-series would be the way to go--HBO would do it justice and they wouldn't tame it either :)

While we're on the subject of sequels--Stephen King needs to write a sequel to Salem's Lot. He kinda left an opening at the end of the original one...


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1988's scarecrows i would love for sequel to be actually made on this even though its a stand alone type horror i think was and is creepy and had decent kills enough for a halloween season scare at the theatres


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 Post subject: Re: What Horror Films deserve a sequel?
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A SEQUEL TO THE 80'S MOVIE SCARECROWS WOULD BE GREAT, AS WELL AS A SEQUEL TO CHUD!!!


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 Post subject: Re: What Horror Films deserve a sequel?
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C.H.U.D. already had a sequel. And it was awful.

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0097001/

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 Post subject: Re: What Horror Films deserve a sequel?
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I don't know if this qualifies as a horror movie or not, but I would like to see a sequel, or even a remake of the movie "Wizzards," which came out in 1977. I would also like to see sequals to "Total Recall," "The Running Man" "The Car," and "Race With the Devil."


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 Post subject: Re: What Horror Films deserve a sequel?
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Pumpkin56 wrote:
killem2 wrote:
I would like to see a new age Amity Ville Horror, but it has to have a good director and write. Not something made just for the sake of leeching money off a franchise or a name.

I also feel, that Stephen King's IT deserves to be on the real screen.




The Frightners needs a sequel as well, and as much as we all know it...

Ghost busters.


I would love for IT to be remade. I re-read it again this past summer and given that it is so long, I actually think a mini-series would be the way to go--HBO would do it justice and they wouldn't tame it either :)

While we're on the subject of sequels--Stephen King needs to write a sequel to Salem's Lot. He kinda left an opening at the end of the original one...

i agree with pumpkin56,IT is an awesome movie and should be remade,THE LOST BOYS deserves a sequel :)


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