Is this full of spoilers or is it safe to watch before I see Ravager?
No major spoilers, more of the process behind filming the scenes and applying makeup and effects and bringing back the cuda along with footage of Angus getting into character and visiting iconic sites from the 1979 film, etc. The scenes that are shown are already in the trailers. There is a minor spoiler with the Lady in Lavender**
Post by playgames1970 on Sept 30, 2016 12:27:27 GMT -5
That's a nice piece, and it does fire me up a bit more than I have been lately about the film. I think I've fallen into partial indifference to it lately too, after waiting so long, hearing promises of "exciting announcements soon" that resulted in nothing, and so on. That does get me more interested again and it does convey a sense of care and passion from the filmmakers, I feel. The stuff about Angus Scrimm revisiting the old locations one last time is bittersweet, almost as if he was thinking he wanted to revisit old friends one last time before passing on...it was both sad and endearing. The CGI stuff looks pretty rough, and I hope in its final form it'll be improved, but frankly every one of the Phantasms so far has some things in it that make me cringe, but I forgive them for those things in light of the overall charm and uniqueness of this series. And speaking of charm, it just again strikes me from this piece of the class, if you can call it that, of the Tall Man. No other horror film villain is in a neat suit with a meticulously tied tie with tie tack...Jason, Michael, Freddy, Pinhead, Leatherface...all poor dressers. The Tall Man wants us all to die and come to him, but he does so looking professional and neat!
No other horror film villain is in a neat suit with a meticulously tied tie with tie tack...Jason, Michael, Freddy, Pinhead, Leatherface...all poor dressers. The Tall Man wants us all to die and come to him, but he does so looking professional and neat!
Also, no other villain has such an iconic and graceful walk (down main street).
secret007: What I read was Lionsgate confirms SAW: Legacy will be released October 27, 2017. Filming begins September 12, 2016. James Wan is executive producer. Directors are Michael Spierig and Peter Spierig. The story will take place 7 years later.
Sept 7, 2016 4:24:56 GMT -5
secret007: Sorry about the last message being off-topic. I just came from a SAW forum and my mind was still there. I forgot momentarily I had logged onto Phantasm. I can't wait to see Phantasm: Ravager.
Sept 7, 2016 4:38:54 GMT -5
postmortem: Hello, everyone. Looks like the reason I couldn't log in for so long was that I was trying to use Safari with no luck. Firefox works, though. Thanks, Dustin, for the tip! :-D
Oct 22, 2016 22:25:16 GMT -5
bartholomew: I use safari all the time and don't have issues logging into this site.
Oct 30, 2016 12:38:44 GMT -5
Kitty: secret007, which SAW forum is that?
Dec 3, 2016 10:41:22 GMT -5