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Old May 4, 2006, 03:24 PM   #76
Nexus
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Re: The Chillingly Terrifying Sciflicks Movie of the Night ...

Zombiwata:
HAHAHAHAHAHA!!

*And then he is run over by an 18-wheeler driven by Phlub and Ramses.*

Phlub:
Whoops.

Nex:
(sigh) Can we go home now?

Phlub:
Hey guys, you looking for a ride?

Seraph:
Oh God yes!!

*Seraph immediately leaps into the 18-wheeler.*

Seraph:
Take me to the nearest pub. Now.

*The rest of the team get in the van, which drives off into the sunrise...*

Nex:
(off-screen) Finally, the sun has risen. This has been a looong night.

*The camera films the 18-wheeler driving off into the distance...*

Splend:
(off-screen) Didn't that cop say something about chasing an 18-wheeler...?

Sharky:
(off-screen) I heard they were a couple of murderers.

Phlub:
(off-screen) Oh, don't worry - we came across those guys and killed 'em ourselves with our bare hands. That's what the cops are chasing us for.

Splend:
(off-screen) Oh good.

*The van has now vanished into the distance. The terrors of Innsmouth is now over. The camera slowly zooms out, and we see a large hole in the ground where Great Ku'unt was trying to escape. A few seconds later, we see two evil green eyes open...
*Fade out. End credits.*
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Old May 4, 2006, 03:30 PM   #77
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Re: The Chillingly Terrifying Sciflicks Movie of the Night ...

darn me an quint died I wanted an honorable death at least getting overdosed with drugs or something but **** from a puff of ciggarete...
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Old May 4, 2006, 03:38 PM   #78
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Re: The Chillingly Terrifying Sciflicks Movie of the Night ...

Ya know, when I ran myself over by an 18-wheeler I was trying to give a sense of finality to the character. I never thought you guys would pick it up. But hey, have fun.
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Old May 4, 2006, 04:31 PM   #79
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Re: The Chillingly Terrifying Sciflicks Movie of the Night ...

It was a good film while it lasted I'm kindof dissapointed it's over, actually
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Old May 4, 2006, 04:37 PM   #80
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Re: The Chillingly Terrifying Sciflicks Movie of the Night ...

Quote:
Originally posted by Splendiferous
It was a good film while it lasted I'm kindof dissapointed it's over, actually

There will just have to be sequel.
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Old May 4, 2006, 05:19 PM   #81
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Re: The Chillingly Terrifying Sciflicks Movie of the Night ...

I think that this is the best non-Nexicks movie thread we ever did. It felt less like a bunch of guys posting on a forum and was close to feeling like a proper film - very few continuity errors (and the ones that were there, were wrapped up well), a slow build-up and an explosive climax. I thought it was awesome.
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Old May 5, 2006, 07:22 AM   #82
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Re: The Chillingly Terrifying Sciflicks Movie of the Night ...

It is great yeah but I feel the ending is kinda rushed on or something... I am for a sequel too.

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Old May 5, 2006, 09:14 AM   #83
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Re: The Chillingly Terrifying Sciflicks Movie of the Night ...

I too feel a tremendous sense of loss now that it's over. Sign me up for a sequel.
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