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« Reply #30 on: August 28, 2021, 11:24:51 AM »

I just found out there's another sequel to God's Not Dead: subtitled We The People.
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« Reply #31 on: August 28, 2021, 02:22:24 PM »

i just found about that recently too i'm not the most religious guy and i have nothing against anyone who is but those films are films that don't send a good message they are terrible films. even my mom who isn't the most religious person either doesn't watch them cause of how bad they are she once in a blue moon will watch a religious movie. she even avoids this series what does that tell you?
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« Reply #32 on: August 29, 2021, 10:05:31 AM »

i just found about that recently too i'm not the most religious guy and i have nothing against anyone who is but those films are films that don't send a good message they are terrible films. even my mom who isn't the most religious person either doesn't watch them cause of how bad they are she once in a blue moon will watch a religious movie. she even avoids this series what does that tell you?

One crit I read about the original movie is that it makes atheists out to be the worst people: I have a few friends who are atheists and they are good, genuine people, at least to me. Oh and they don't mind that I have religious beliefs. I would actually rather speak to an open minded atheist than to a close minded Christian any day.  Smile
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« Reply #33 on: August 29, 2021, 12:42:27 PM »

check out the cinema snob episodes of the god's not dead films and yes they make them out to be the worst kind of people possible it's f... up i think. though i do believe to i can respect your choice if you choose not to. i'm not gonna hold it against you ya know? i think we can all agree on there's plenty of religious people who are far worse than if you aren't religious but than that's not everyone who is religious of course thank god
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« Reply #34 on: August 29, 2021, 01:14:05 PM »

i just found about that recently too i'm not the most religious guy and i have nothing against anyone who is but those films are films that don't send a good message they are terrible films. even my mom who isn't the most religious person either doesn't watch them cause of how bad they are she once in a blue moon will watch a religious movie. she even avoids this series what does that tell you?

One crit I read about the original movie is that it makes atheists out to be the worst people: I have a few friends who are atheists and they are good, genuine people, at least to me. Oh and they don't mind that I have religious beliefs. I would actually rather speak to an open minded atheist than to a close minded Christian any day.  Smile

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« Reply #35 on: August 29, 2021, 05:19:56 PM »

I am an atheist. I have nothing against religious folks. I have issues with people who use religion as a phony
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You're one of those good, genuine people.  Smile
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« Reply #36 on: August 29, 2021, 05:21:01 PM »

I also thought that The Howling 4 - filmed in SA - was the last of the sequels: apparently there are three or four more.
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« Reply #37 on: August 29, 2021, 09:51:16 PM »

I also thought that The Howling 4 - filmed in SA - was the last of the sequels: apparently there are three or four more.

You're not missing much.  Part VI has Bruce Payne as a vampire, and he's always fun, but that's about the only highlight I can remember and I've seen them all.  Video stores in America throughout the late 80s and through the 90s would almost always have Howling 1-7 for some reason, super common here.

There's also a heavily Twilight influenced newer one (maybe 8 years old now?), which is watchable but bad.
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« Reply #38 on: August 30, 2021, 02:48:26 AM »

you are wrong there also one or two or was it 3 they made last decade or so now those i haven't seen my favorite one is actually part 3 and always has been.

part 4 wow was that painfully bad but i'd say part 7 the Full Moon one was the worst one thus far well that i've seen anyways. that one was so low budget it was shot on s**tteo  as what i call it which really means it was shot a VHS camera aka News reel camera  with the best actors from your local K-mart can buy
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« Reply #39 on: August 30, 2021, 03:59:44 AM »

I actually bought Howling 7 on VHS when it was available for sale, along with The Boogens (1981) which had its VHS debut around the same time in the late 90s. Ahhh, memories. I had never seen Howling 7 before and didn't expect much. It was awful but kind of grew on me after repeated viewings.
I should note that my VCR was equipped with Dolby Surround, and was connected to my stereo tower which had a VCR/Dolby input plug and Dolby output for three speakers. Howling 7 was encoded in Dolby, surprisingly. The audio had a decent level of ooompf with minor surround effects. All this didn't make the movie better but the song they perform, "Stand Up!", sounded great on my system  TeddyR
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« Reply #40 on: August 30, 2021, 05:28:06 AM »

i've seen that film Once and only once that was enough i don't think i've ever watched it again i don't think. that one is not worth wasting wasting any beer to watch cause being drunk or high or both is the only way you can enjoy that film
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« Reply #41 on: August 30, 2021, 06:37:40 AM »

I actually bought Howling 7 on VHS when it was available for sale, along with The Boogens (1981) which had its VHS debut around the same time in the late 90s. Ahhh, memories. I had never seen Howling 7 before and didn't expect much. It was awful but kind of grew on me after repeated viewings.
I should note that my VCR was equipped with Dolby Surround, and was connected to my stereo tower which had a VCR/Dolby input plug and Dolby output for three speakers. Howling 7 was encoded in Dolby, surprisingly. The audio had a decent level of ooompf with minor surround effects. All this didn't make the movie better but the song they perform, "Stand Up!", sounded great on my system  TeddyR

I remember as a kid seeing The Boogens advertised on TV and wanting to see it. Over the years I forgot the name of it and it took me quite a while to track it down. I eventually got a copy from a website specializing in out of print movies (Cinema Du Bizarre I think it was, they went out of business a good while back so I guess it doesn't really matter) in the early 2000's. Anyway, that was the first film that I decided I had to track down and watch.
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« Reply #42 on: August 30, 2021, 07:00:03 AM »

I also thought that The Howling 4 - filmed in SA - was the last of the sequels: apparently there are three or four more.

You're not missing much.  Part VI has Bruce Payne as a vampire, and he's always fun, but that's about the only highlight I can remember and I've seen them all.  Video stores in America throughout the late 80s and through the 90s would almost always have Howling 1-7 for some reason, super common here.

There's also a heavily Twilight influenced newer one (maybe 8 years old now?), which is watchable but bad.

Thanks Jim Smile

I checked the other titles out and Howling V was directed by the same guy who directed Space Mutiny  Buggedout
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« Reply #43 on: August 30, 2021, 09:19:16 AM »

i've seen that film Once and only once that was enough i don't think i've ever watched it again i don't think. that one is not worth wasting wasting any beer to watch cause being drunk or high or both is the only way you can enjoy that film


It's like a Polonia Brothers movie with a $150,000 budget. Here's some Trivia: It was most likely shot in 1993, but not released until 1995. It was filmed in Pioneer Town and made use of locals as actors and Pappy & Harriet's, a legendary honky-tonk barbecue restaurant and music venue.



The owner "Pappy" had a small part in the movie. He died in February 1994 so the film had to be shot before that. Folk singer Victoria Williams recorded a song to remember Pappy. It is called Happy to Have Known Pappy

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« Reply #44 on: August 30, 2021, 09:31:24 AM »


I remember as a kid seeing The Boogens advertised on TV and wanting to see it. Over the years I forgot the name of it and it took me quite a while to track it down. I eventually got a copy from a website specializing in out of print movies (Cinema Du Bizarre I think it was, they went out of business a good while back so I guess it doesn't really matter) in the early 2000's. Anyway, that was the first film that I decided I had to track down and watch.

I wasn't really aware of The Boogens until Fangoria did a piece on it to announce its VHS debut. Apparently the movie never had a home video release in the U.S. due to rights issues. I bought the tape at an U.S. Army Installation here in Germany where I bought and rented most of my VHS movies. Loved the Stephen King quote on the cover praising the movie, and I quite enjoyed The Boogens. Bought it on blu-ray a few years ago. It's still a favorite.
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