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Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by cyberghostx13, Oct 30, 2020.
Army of Darkness has my vote
Tucker and Dale vs Evil.
I had no idea what Tucker and Dale was about when I first watched it... And then I laughed basically all the way through that movie.
"We've had a doozy of a day!"
Biden-Harris political ads.
LOL!! You can't go wrong with any of the Abbott and Costello monster movies. And there are a lot to pick from. I'll bet that the children of today would enjoy them as much as we did.
Good pick. I don't know why that didn't come to me right away. I also agree 100% on Ms Garr, because I've had a crush on her ever seeing the movie.
That is definitely a fun and relatively unknown film.
I don't recall Dead Snow (great movie) being a comedy and Dead Snow 2 was just bad.
Vampire in Brooklyn
Fright Night (1985)
Must not be fully awake forgot it was for "COMEDY" movies. LOL!!
Actually any of these. I think they made 4 or 5.
I didn't see but maybe a third of some of these older movies. As a kid, I spent most of the movie on the floor between the seats with my eyes covered, and my ears plugged. As a teenager, I would go to a movie with my buddy (today he is very left-wing. lives in LA and is a sorta actor) I couldn't help but laugh at the cheesy attempts to scare me, and he would get mad. He would say " QUIT LAUGHING! YOU ARE SUPPOSED TO BE SCARED!" I wonder about that kinda thought process and if it has anything to do with him being so liberal.
Anyway, movies don't scare me as much as real-life does now. The truth is far scarier than fiction.
That said YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN! TERI GARR! "Dank you Doktor".
"Roll in da hay, roll, roll, roll......."
Friday the 13th
Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark
I'm thinking of making one called 'And the year was 2020'. It will be a montage of news clips from deserted metropolis streets to crowded rioters to cardboard fans-in-the-stands. Have not decided on the sound track yet. Some Monty Python bits ('run away'), alternate screaming/crying/hysterical-laughter. Jaws theme will probably be on it. Flight of the Valkyries would work. Lots of material and we still have an election and another flu season to get through.
I also wouldn't consider Dead Snow to be a comedy, but a relatively low budget but really good zombie horror movie.
Dead Snow 2 - I laughed almost the entire movie. I think the directors just said "F this", and went full out wacky Nazi zombie comedy. A Nazi zombie commander driving a Tiger tank today? lol! (not really a spoiler... the second the zombies reach the museum and you see the Tiger tank, you know what HAS to happen). Also, the ending scene? in the car? I didn't know if I should laugh, cringe, close my eyes, or what.
I think enjoying Dead Snow 2 definitely depends on your mood when you watch it.
Great ideas! For a mask joke you could also rip off Robert Stack, in I think one of the Airplane movies, when he pulls off his sunglasses and has another pair underneath them.
Gene Hackman's comedic role in the "Young Frankenstein" blind priest scene.
"Fire is good" "Don't inhale until the tip glows"
Not mentioned “House”? It’s on prime.
All time best....The scary movie series.
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Fun, not really horror, but a suspense spoof of Alfred Hitchcock movies -
Hitchcock apparently like it so much, he sent Mel Brooks a case of wine.