Dave Galanter
December 1st 1969 - December 12th 2020
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Subj: Re: Creature Feature 212: Salem's Lot (1979)
Posted: Tue Nov 03, 2020 at 10:42:19 pm EST (Viewed 71 times)
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I've never seen this movie, oddly, since I've seen a ton of movies based on King's work. I've actually seen the remake with Rob Lowe because it came in a triple dvd set with the 90s version of The Shining which I wanted to see again, and the 90s It which I already had.

I thought the remake was decent enough, I should see the original film since I always hear about it from my friends.

I didn't know Tobe Hooper directed The Mangler. There's another short story that didn't quite stretch to feature length in my opinion but it had Ted Levine and Robert Englund so we gave it a watch.

I have to admit I've never seen either It. Never read it either. I guess we've all got big movies that we should really see but then I like to go off on oddball tangents.

I remember thinking the 90s The Shining was pretty good. It's biggest drawback was being compared to the Kubrick film.

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