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Re: Burnt Offerings

Post by Architect of light 75 » Wed Jul 06, 2011 11:44 pm

Sweet Zuni wrote:I remember how much that Zuni doll scared me when I was a kid. It still is one of my favorite movies, therefore, I use the Zuni doll for my avatar. :D As with, "Burnt Offerings," I will be watching that movie today!! ;)
You bought it, downloaded it ? :shock: ;)

How did you find it after all those years ?
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Re: Burnt Offerings

Post by Sweet Zuni » Thu Jul 07, 2011 12:20 am

Architect of light 75 wrote:
Sweet Zuni wrote:I remember how much that Zuni doll scared me when I was a kid. It still is one of my favorite movies, therefore, I use the Zuni doll for my avatar. :D As with, "Burnt Offerings," I will be watching that movie today!! ;)
You bought it, downloaded it ? :shock: ;)

How did you find it after all those years ?

I actually bought both of them movies, no downloading. :lol: If I remember right, I think I just bought both of them on Amazon. Have you saw, "Trilogy Of Terror?" If not, check it out!! 8-) ;)

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Re: Burnt Offerings

Post by Architect of light 75 » Thu Jul 07, 2011 12:28 am

Sweet Zuni wrote:
Architect of light 75 wrote:
Sweet Zuni wrote:I remember how much that Zuni doll scared me when I was a kid. It still is one of my favorite movies, therefore, I use the Zuni doll for my avatar. :D As with, "Burnt Offerings," I will be watching that movie today!! ;)
You bought it, downloaded it ? :shock: ;)

How did you find it after all those years ?

I actually bought both of them movies, no downloading. :lol: If I remember right, I think I just bought both of them on Amazon. Have you saw, "Trilogy Of Terror?" If not, check it out!! 8-) ;)
Ok cool but did you enjoy "Burnt Offerings" after all those years ?

Which movie are you talking about ? ?

http://www.imdb.com/find?s=all&q=Trilogy%20of%20terror

:roll: There are plenty...
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Re: Burnt Offerings

Post by Sweet Zuni » Thu Jul 07, 2011 12:36 am

Ok cool but did you enjoy "Burnt Offerings" after all those years ?

Which movie are you talking about ? ?

http://www.imdb.com/find?s=all&q=Trilogy%20of%20terror

:roll: There are plenty...


Yeah, I love, "Burnt Offerings" and as always, Karen Black was great in it!! I always seem to love movies about haunted houses, probably because my house isn't haunted. :lol:

As for, "Trilogy Of Terror," here is the one that is a must see!! After seeing that movie as a child, I never wanted a Zuni doll in my doll collection. :shock: :lol:

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0073820/

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Re: Burnt Offerings

Post by Architect of light 75 » Thu Jul 07, 2011 12:45 am

Cool Sweet Zuni, thanks.

I just ordered it. I hope it's a widescreen edition, because it was not mentionned.

I'll give you my feedback afterward.

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Re: Burnt Offerings

Post by Sweet Zuni » Thu Jul 07, 2011 4:12 am

Architect of light 75 wrote:Cool Sweet Zuni, thanks.

I just ordered it. I hope it's a widescreen edition, because it was not mentionned.

I'll give you my feedback afterward.

See you :P

Yes, let me know if you like it. :D

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Re: Burnt Offerings

Post by Architect of light 75 » Thu Jul 07, 2011 5:19 am

Sweet Zuni wrote:
Architect of light 75 wrote:Cool Sweet Zuni, thanks.

I just ordered it. I hope it's a widescreen edition, because it was not mentionned.

I'll give you my feedback afterward.

See you :P

Yes, let me know if you like it. :D
:-D I sure will, see you around !
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Re: Burnt Offerings

Post by Dan the Damned » Thu Jul 07, 2011 1:53 pm

Architect of light 75 wrote:I just ordered it. I hope it's a widescreen edition, because it was not mentionned.
"Trilogy of Terror" is a 1975 made-for-TV movie, so no widescreen.

It consists of 3 separate stories (hence the 'trilogy' in the title), all starring Karen Black. The best story is the last one -- "Amelia" -- which is the one everyone remembers (and the one we're all talking about in this thread -- the one featuring the little Zuni fetish doll). It's more "campy fun" than scary.

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'Amelia' was based on the short story "Prey," written by Twilight Zone writer Richard Matheson. In the late 90s they did a sequel (which was fun to watch, but not as good as the original).

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Re: Burnt Offerings

Post by Sweet Zuni » Thu Jul 07, 2011 2:57 pm

Yeah, the "Amelia" one is great and everyone always remembers the Zuni doll. The first story is good too, its called, "Julie." :D

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Re: Burnt Offerings

Post by Architect of light 75 » Thu Jul 07, 2011 11:22 pm

Dan the Damned wrote:
Architect of light 75 wrote:I just ordered it. I hope it's a widescreen edition, because it was not mentionned.
"Trilogy of Terror" is a 1975 made-for-TV movie, so no widescreen.

It consists of 3 separate stories (hence the 'trilogy' in the title), all starring Karen Black. The best story is the last one -- "Amelia" -- which is the one everyone remembers (and the one we're all talking about in this thread -- the one featuring the little Zuni fetish doll). It's more "campy fun" than scary.

'Amelia' was based on the short story "Prey," written by Twilight Zone writer Richard Matheson. In the late 90s they did a sequel (which was fun to watch, but not as good as the original).
Thanks for the info Dan & Sweet Zuni. I'm really looking forward to get that DVD.

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Re: Burnt Offerings

Post by Sweet Zuni » Thu Jul 07, 2011 11:41 pm

Architect of light 75 wrote:
Dan the Damned wrote:
Architect of light 75 wrote:I just ordered it. I hope it's a widescreen edition, because it was not mentionned.
"Trilogy of Terror" is a 1975 made-for-TV movie, so no widescreen.

It consists of 3 separate stories (hence the 'trilogy' in the title), all starring Karen Black. The best story is the last one -- "Amelia" -- which is the one everyone remembers (and the one we're all talking about in this thread -- the one featuring the little Zuni fetish doll). It's more "campy fun" than scary.

'Amelia' was based on the short story "Prey," written by Twilight Zone writer Richard Matheson. In the late 90s they did a sequel (which was fun to watch, but not as good as the original).
Thanks for the info Dan & Sweet Zuni. I'm really looking forward to get that DVD.

See you guys :idea:


No problem, glad to help and I do hope you enjoy it!! :D

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Re: Burnt Offerings

Post by 112 Ocean Ave » Mon Jul 11, 2011 9:12 pm

I think that the mother got possessed and turned into her. remember at the very end how they put a picture of the family with all the others and that lady said how she knew they would get the house back. i think that everybody who lived their either became possessed or killed.
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Re: Burnt Offerings

Post by Architect of light 75 » Wed Jul 13, 2011 5:55 am

Hey :P

I received the DVD today, I might watch it tonight.

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Re: Burnt Offerings

Post by Architect of light 75 » Wed Jul 13, 2011 11:55 am

Sweet Zuni wrote:Yeah, the "Amelia" one is great and everyone always remembers the Zuni doll. The first story is good too, its called, "Julie." :D
Hey Sweet Zuni,

I watched it minutes ago, how cool :P

My favourite part was, was..... Therese the blond girl with the red dress and her high heels :love: :breakdance: :wall: ... :oops:
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Re: Burnt Offerings

Post by Sweet Zuni » Wed Jul 13, 2011 12:46 pm

Architect of light 75 wrote:
Sweet Zuni wrote:Yeah, the "Amelia" one is great and everyone always remembers the Zuni doll. The first story is good too, its called, "Julie." :D
Hey Sweet Zuni,

I watched it minutes ago, how cool :P

My favourite part was, was..... Therese the blond girl with the red dress and her high heels :love: :breakdance: :wall: ... :oops:

:lol: :lol: Hopefully you liked the other stories too!! :lol: :lol:

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Re: Burnt Offerings

Post by Architect of light 75 » Thu Jul 14, 2011 2:13 am

Sweet Zuni wrote:
Architect of light 75 wrote:
Sweet Zuni wrote:Yeah, the "Amelia" one is great and everyone always remembers the Zuni doll. The first story is good too, its called, "Julie." :D
Hey Sweet Zuni,

I watched it minutes ago, how cool :P

My favourite part was, was..... Therese the blond girl with the red dress and her high heels :love: :breakdance: :wall: ... :oops:

:lol: :lol: Hopefully you liked the other stories too!! :lol: :lol:
;) Yeah but now I have this question : In the first episode, the teacher implies that everything the student did was because she wanted it that way. She even knew what he had said about wanting to see her under her clothes. How did she do all this ? That was never explained.
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Re: Burnt Offerings

Post by Sweet Zuni » Thu Jul 14, 2011 10:49 am

Architect of light 75 wrote:
;) Yeah but now I have this question : In the first episode, the teacher implies that everything the student did was because she wanted it that way. She even knew what he had said about wanting to see her under her clothes. How did she do all this ? That was never explained.

She had some evil magical powers to manipulate whoever she decided to choose. Of course, the guy she chose was an idiot, so she didn't have to use her powers too much with him. :lol: :lol: I liked how they had the movie, "The Night Stalker" playing at the drive inn. :D

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Re: Burnt Offerings

Post by Architect of light 75 » Fri Jul 15, 2011 3:05 am

Sweet Zuni wrote:
Architect of light 75 wrote:
;) Yeah but now I have this question : In the first episode, the teacher implies that everything the student did was because she wanted it that way. She even knew what he had said about wanting to see her under her clothes. How did she do all this ? That was never explained.

She had some evil magical powers to manipulate whoever she decided to choose. Of course, the guy she chose was an idiot, so she didn't have to use her powers too much with him. :lol: :lol: I liked how they had the movie, "The Night Stalker" playing at the drive inn. :D
Well yeah I figured that but they don't show her having, using those powers..

Thanks anyway.

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Re: Burnt Offerings

Post by KevinW » Fri Jul 15, 2011 2:54 pm

Dan the Damned wrote:
Architect of light 75 wrote:I just ordered it. I hope it's a widescreen edition, because it was not mentionned.
"Trilogy of Terror" is a 1975 made-for-TV movie, so no widescreen.

It consists of 3 separate stories (hence the 'trilogy' in the title), all starring Karen Black. The best story is the last one -- "Amelia" -- which is the one everyone remembers (and the one we're all talking about in this thread -- the one featuring the little Zuni fetish doll). It's more "campy fun" than scary.

Image Image Image Image

'Amelia' was based on the short story "Prey," written by Twilight Zone writer Richard Matheson. In the late 90s they did a sequel (which was fun to watch, but not as good as the original).
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Re: Burnt Offerings

Post by Sweet Zuni » Fri Jul 15, 2011 4:56 pm

Architect of light 75 wrote:
Sweet Zuni wrote:
Architect of light 75 wrote:
;) Yeah but now I have this question : In the first episode, the teacher implies that everything the student did was because she wanted it that way. She even knew what he had said about wanting to see her under her clothes. How did she do all this ? That was never explained.

She had some evil magical powers to manipulate whoever she decided to choose. Of course, the guy she chose was an idiot, so she didn't have to use her powers too much with him. :lol: :lol: I liked how they had the movie, "The Night Stalker" playing at the drive inn. :D
Well yeah I figured that but they don't show her having, using those powers..

Thanks anyway.

See you :P

True, they really don't show her using powers, but when they showed her looking at her scrapbook, you could see how many victims she claimed. :shock: Maybe had she wore that red dress and high heels, she wouldn't have had to use her evil powers to get victims. :lol: ;)

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Re: Burnt Offerings

Post by Sweet Zuni » Fri Jul 15, 2011 4:57 pm

Thanks, Kevin!! You have to love the Zuni doll. :D

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