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European version? Hows that different?

It's the shortest of the three versions. There is less gruesome stuff (but still plenty of it), some different dialogue, scenes added (The talk which reveals the "Delicate condition" of Fran), scenes deleted (such as 95% of the Police Dock portion) and some different musical cues; I believe all are from Goblin.

Hope this helps. Still worth checking out, but I'll always reach for the other versions; The theatrical version that I saw so many times at Midnight Movies/VHS ( I believe George preferred this cut of the film) and usually the extended version , which has more grue.
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It's the shortest of the three versions. There is less gruesome stuff (but still plenty of it), some different dialogue, scenes added (The talk which reveals the "Delicate condition" of Fran), scenes deleted (such as 95% of the Police Dock portion) and some different musical cues; I believe all are from Goblin.

Hope this helps. Still worth checking out, but I'll always reach for the other versions; The theatrical version that I saw so many times at Midnight Movies/VHS ( I believe George preferred this cut of the film) and usually the extended version , which has more grue.
Got ya.

Yeah, I prefer the extended version, mostly because I want more of everything before they get to the mall.

The mall stuff is ok, I just don't think there's quite enough there for the runtime of the 'only at the mall' section.

In the 2h19m version they hit the mall at 32mins in, and it ends at the mall. Sure, it's a mall film. I accept that. I just wish it was only about half.
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Vampire Circus (1972): Begins very promising, then goes a bit bland. But still, some of its scenes are stunning. 7.5/10
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Old 10-27-2021, 02:49 AM
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LEGEND OF BOGGY CREEK-1972. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>SPOILERS>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> >
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> >>

LOBG scared Me the first time seeing it (a week away from turning 12) and seeing it over two years later, was laughing more Han anything. Had a Friend with a very infectious laugh and his outburst when the arm goes through the bathroom window (when the poor guy is on the crapper) really had Me going, but not as much as when said poor guy busts through the door. My Buddy fell out of his seat with hilarity!

Watching it recently, it really hasn't aged well at all. Lots of filler and those cornball songs. But on a personal note, it reminded Me very much of younger days. Fouke Arkansas (SW portion of the state near Texas and Louisiana) where the story takes place reminded Me VERY MUCH of the area in NE Arkansas where many of my relatives lived (Close to Missouri and Tennessee). Much of the same type of scenery and hearing the locals talk in the film certainly brought back many memories of many relatives , mostly all of them passed on by now.

So for nostalgia sake, worth checking out. But on its own terms, once will more than enough for a first time viewer. **
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