THE HANGMAN'S DAUGHTER

... as well as Full Tilt Boogie, the music and more. Let's kill some vampires!
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Re: THE HANGMAN'S DAUGHTER

Post by cappados » Fri Apr 28, 2006 5:43 pm

Yo Seb:

Many thanks for your kind words re: THE HANGMAN'S DAUGHTER.  I sweated blood in SA to make that movie--one of my great regrets is that I couldn't convince Bob W to change the release to a theatrical.  You're obviously a fan of the Western, as am I.

And so glad you dug the tango--it was something I just threw in.

Regarding the vampire fx, Robert, Greg Nicotero, and I just wanted to go for broke and make it as insane and bloody as possible.

Kind regards,

PJ Pesce

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Re: THE HANGMAN'S DAUGHTER

Post by Sebastian » Mon May 01, 2006 5:13 pm

cappados wrote: Yo Seb:

Many thanks for your kind words re: THE HANGMAN'S DAUGHTER.  I sweated blood in SA to make that movie--one of my great regrets is that I couldn't convince Bob W to change the release to a theatrical.  You're obviously a fan of the Western, as am I.

And so glad you dug the tango--it was something I just threw in.

Regarding the vampire fx, Robert, Greg Nicotero, and I just wanted to go for broke and make it as insane and bloody as possible.

Kind regards,

PJ Pesce
Wow, nice to have you here Mr Pesce. Thanks for joining the place

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Re: THE HANGMAN'S DAUGHTER

Post by Scarface » Fri Jul 07, 2006 5:52 pm

Wow was that REALLY PJ Pesce?

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Re: THE HANGMAN'S DAUGHTER

Post by Johny_Exhale » Fri Jul 07, 2006 5:55 pm

haha it's not fuckin Scorsese

The Desperate Trail was cool though

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Re: THE HANGMAN'S DAUGHTER

Post by Scarface » Fri Jul 07, 2006 6:29 pm

Yeah but he studied under him. I don't think any of us has ever had that honor.

And FDTD 3 rocks da house!!

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Re: THE HANGMAN'S DAUGHTER

Post by Felix » Sat Aug 05, 2006 5:05 pm

I think its a great film.  Some special effects that were mentioned could have been left out or done with real props.
I just saw it as humorous like Army of Darkness, which doesn't bother me because there is plenty of gore to go around throughout the whole film.  The only acting that fell short to me was the black guy who sold the brushes, he did a great job as the brush salesman, and did an outstanding job in the vampire dance, but he lacked in his vampire lines "She has arrived"
like he had to think about it too long or something.  Very minor critique, but it always bugged me. 

Now what I enjoyed the most was the western shootout, of course I'm a sucker for spaghetti westerns so I'm biased in my view.  But still it was great, I don't know how the Outlaw reloaded so fast, but it was so entertaining I didn't care (still don't).  I was always curious how the Outlaw got his blades on his boots?  I know they popped out, but even he seemed to be suprised that it happened, I would love to hear some explanation on this from anybody. 
The "annoying kid" did a great job too, as a boy and a girl, a great shot, and I felt sorry for her when she was getting hanged and laughed at. 
Ambrose was cool and righteous.
My other favorite seen is the bar room brawl where the bandit brings the religous dudes wife out and threatens to kill her if he doesn't stop beating his friend to a pulp, and the religeous guy stabs the bandit through the head and says "Your next padre!"  Great scene.

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Re: THE HANGMAN'S DAUGHTER

Post by NonStop » Sat Sep 09, 2006 9:26 am

I particually the very end of the film, when it pans out at to show the rest of the temple thing, as done in FDTD 1. I thought it was a great film, minus the cheesiness.

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Re: THE HANGMAN'S DAUGHTER

Post by Jjp » Sat Oct 28, 2006 6:27 pm

I really didn’t like this film any offense to you Pj Pesce. The reasons:
Didn’t like the acting.
Same exact story that took place in a different time period of the first.
No QT writing it not RR directing it no QT, George clooney, tom savini, and Harvey Keitel acting in it. And wit out that the 1st would not have as good so there are my reasons.

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