Three movies made out of this....

Discussion in 'Sometimes They Come Back' started by Ebdim9th, Feb 8, 2014.

  1. Ebdim9th
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    Ebdim9th A Man's Chord

    The first sequel was Sometimes They Come Back Again, and I can't remember the other one's name, but it was so far from the original story as to be a rip-off of The Thing.... does anybody remember the name? All those bad B and C movie babies running around out there of Mr. King's work...
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  2. GNTLGNT
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    GNTLGNT Idiot in Situ and Unholy Devourer of Cookies

    ...for more....was the other putrid bit of film...
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  3. StephenKingFan
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    I believe the one you "cant remember" is called "Sometimes They Come Back... for More"
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    *sigh* just LOOKING at part 2 and 3, makes me not want to watch them! lol
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    The first one wasn't too bad. It could have been better though. Haven't seen the sequels cause to me they don't have anything to do with Mr. King and are most likely quite bad.
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    I liked 'Sometimes They Come Back...Again' with Hilary Swank and Michael Gross. I gave it 4 stars.
    I just watched it last week. I usually DON'T like movies on Chiller Network but I liked this one.
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  7. SutterKane
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    The original was a favorite of mine when I first saw it wround 13-14 years old. Even todays, I think it still has it's charms and holds up okay, especially considering it was made for the USA network in the early 90's.

    I never even realized they did more but judging from the reviews it doesn't appear that I'm missing anything lol
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