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Subj: Re: Horror Films of 1984
Posted: Wed Oct 30, 2013 at 11:46:45 pm CDT (Viewed 41 times)
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Welcome to our next excursion into Wikipedia!

First, the complete list for 1984 -

1984

Now I'll draw attention to the ones that look particularly interesting to me, either judging by the title or the description.

First, did you know this one had seven sequels? -

Children of the Corn

Sewer monsters always fascinate me –

C.H.U.D.

Fairy tale horror is something we don’t see much of -

The Company of Wolves

Comedy horror –

Gremlins

Alice Cooper is in this -

Monster Dog

Sci-fi horror! Plus end of the world stories always fascinate me –

Night of the Comet

OK, I’ll include this -

A Nightmare on Elm Street



I've seen all of these except The Company Of Wolves.

I didn't realize Children of The Corn had so many sequels. It was the thing to do, though, as these movies were almost guaranteed money makers.

My brother is a huge Alice Cooper fan, and I know I've seen Monster Dog, but I don't remember much of it.

Terror In The Aisles was a good documentary. It lacked the humor of It Came From Hollywood but hit on most of the great scary movies.


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