Yes, yes, a thousand times yes!Vince wrote:
"Your soul is mine!"
I don't think I've ever seen House I actually. All this House talk just inspired me to get order both movies. I find it hard to believe that House I will best House II though. I love the whimsy and randomness of that movie so much. I'll let you know.Los Fokos wrote:House I & II gotta loove it but I thought part I was way better.
From what I've heard, Braindead is the original title that's used outside of the U.S. Apperantly, the distributor in America asked to have the title changed because there was an American movie of the same name.jawa wrote:Does anyone know why it has two different titles? I would think Braindead was the working title or something, but it doesn't look like it.
But then you're into Star Trek territory where every week it seems they need to invent a new imaginary particle to deus-ex-machina themselves out of a tough situation. Chronotons are an impossibility (it would be like saying you need a sub-atomic particle for "forwards"), so why should we believe in anti-chronotons?snarfu wrote: If they say, its some Super-Mega-Pliplaplo-Generator, which happens to change water inside pieplines into vapor, then thats ok for. But mixin realism with fantasy is something i really dislike
Is this the beginning of an actual forum debate? Yeeeeeeeeehaw!snarfu wrote:But if they say straight away, hey we use this microwave generator to turn water inside pipes into vapor, them i am out of it. There is no room for imagination, there is just plain physics twisted at the will of some script writer. And thats my point. If they have some weapon, which does something very specific, then call if the SuperDingsda, but dont call it after some real world device.
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