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Custom Cinematic Universes
(01-21-2019, 08:58 PM)Duragizer Wrote: I view Black ChristmasA Nightmare on Elm Street, and Dreamscape as forming a loose trilogy set in three distantly related parallel universes.

Ooh, good call! As for myself, I could see Dreamscape and Inception taking place in the same universe.
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Dreamworks 2000s universe: (chronological order?)


Shark Tale

Madagascar films

Over the hedge

Bee Movie
Relevant, I believe:
What if...the villain from No Country for Old Men is actually The Man in Black from the Dark Tower series? Now, I've only read the first and most of the second Tower books, but I thought about this when I first watched No Country, and now I'm watching it again and thinking about it again.
Mega Man is best game. 
(01-29-2019, 11:38 AM)Belgarath Wrote: Relevant, I believe:

Wow. That was brilliant, and couldn't have been more on point with what we were talking about! Smile
X-Files Season  1 Episode 8 "Ice" could be a sequel to The Thing. Similar premise, but different execution.
Kind of like the video, but ... a trilogy?

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(03-14-2019, 03:05 PM)flaminio Wrote: Kind of like the video, but ... a trilogy?


That reminds me....

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If I'm gonna go bald, I may as well go ribald.
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