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looking for movie

i think this was made in the 70s or 80s(no idea) and the setting in the movie takes place in the 1950s.


There were a group of guys hanging with this hot chick in her house. And they get into a fight, the girl gets pushed and hits her head on the fire place. They say "oh snap, shes dead"

So they put her in a 50s car and go to a lake and drive the car into the lake. While the car is half in the water, the chick starts pounding on the window trying to escape. The guys are like "oh snap, shes really alive"


Later, the chick is a ghost and starts hunting the guys and killing them.



anyone know the title, i remember this was on a lot in the early 80s.
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found it. I remember trying to find it on the internet last time and it was impossible.


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I'm looking for a cool old movie too, it's where these kids go to a lake and some weird shit traps them on a moat in the middle of the lake and they die one at a time.

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shit, cant remember the name.

i believe its the movie where there are three short stories in it.
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shit, cant remember the name.

i believe its the movie where there are three short stories in it.
Yes!!

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creepshow





there was twilight zone the movie
tales darkside the movie
creep show
"nightmare" 3,4 short stories

all of those have short stories and pain to remember
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this is my favorite and rare
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Thanks!
yeah those stories were uniqe and interesting.

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this looks like a ripeoff but i gotta get it

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this was a hard to find too classic on old channel 60

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It's funny this came up. TDS I was going to ask you to help me remember an 80's TV show after an incident at work.

I was 10 seconds late for a meeting on Friday, and the boss said "anyone late for a meeting must sing a TV show theme song before they sit down" - thinking to embarrass me. Without missing a beat, I bust out into:

"Believe it or not, I'm walking on air.
I never thought I could feel so free.
Flying away on a wing and a prayer,
Who could it be?
Believe it or not, it's just me."

Everyone over 30 had bad 80's TV flashbacks and I took my seat like a boss...and spent the whole rest of the meeting trying to remember the name of the damn show.

Edit to Add: I'm looking up the lyrics for the Family Ties theme song in case I"m late again.

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I do prefer George's version though


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wow, never seen it. I was just a kid too in that time period.


I'm starting to enjoy watching Family Ties. Watching how Michael J fox hates liberals, and his parents are liberals. Plus, its the typical era of the 80s too.






WHATS THIS MOVIE


saw it in the 1980s on TV. SCI FI?


The military is experimenting on monkeys. All i remember is this one scene. The monkey is in this room, and they CHILL the room with radiant coolers/heaters. This freezes the monkey to death. They reverse the procedure and warm the monkey/room up and the monkey comes back alive.


This IS NOT the broderick(ferris beuller) where he helps monkeys from a military base but that is an awesome movie too.
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You could just say its not Project X, or can you not remember the names of ANY movie?

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You could just say its not Project X, or can you not remember the names of ANY movie?
I can't. But that's because I have problems with remembering names and numbers.

I've had an illumination on the next song I'll sing if I'm late for a meeting. I've decided on the Spectreman song over Family Ties (English version)

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You could just say its not Project X, or can you not remember the names of ANY movie?

There might be people who don't know what project X is like war games. Two classics that never are on TV that much.



So you knowz my movie I'm looking for?
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no thats not it. but that was a great movie thou.



it has to have the scene of a monkey being frozen and brought back to life on a military base.
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found it. I remember trying to find it on the internet last time and it was impossible.
Peter Straub. He has some other great books.

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LOOKING FOR COMEDY MOVIE


i was just a kid so i barely remember it. I think it was just like Airplane but takes place on a train.


I remember the beginning of the movie, the train conductor dies, so they burry him in a train (unless it was a car) in a cemetery. After that, everyone gets on a train n parties.


dats all i remember. made before the 1990s
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He wrote Shadowlands and Floating Dragon right?

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99% sure that isn't it.


more like a college dorm type party on a train. But there has to be a scene where they bury a guy in a car or a train(in a cemetery) in the begining of the movie
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