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    What movie disasters would fascinate you if real?

    What movie disasters would you (if they happened in real life) let the inner death hag out and be completely fascinated with?

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    Godzilla Vs. Megallon
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    I remember watching the movie Earthquake (1974)
    It had something called "sensurround" that actually
    created the experiencing of a Earthquake in the
    theatre.

    So I enjoyed that alot.
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    The flaming terror of the Towering Inferno or the ill-fated voyage of the Poseidon Adventure are my picks. Although wide variations of both have happened for real to some extent. I've seen both of those films umpteen times and I continue to be fascinated by them.

    Ohmagerd, it's so nice to be back home again and have the opportunity to read and respond to FAD threads at my leisure. The movie I finished in early July was a toughie, so I'll be resting for awhile...



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    Quote Originally Posted by aLiLdirt View Post
    The flaming terror of the Towering Inferno or the ill-fated voyage of the Poseidon Adventure are my picks. Although wide variations of both have happened for real to some extent. I've seen both of those films umpteen times and I continue to be fascinated by them.

    Ohmagerd, it's so nice to be back home again and have the opportunity to read and respond to FAD threads at my leisure. The movie I finished in early July was a toughie, so I'll be resting for awhile...
    Are you an actor? or actress?

    Movie disaster that would fascinate me would be the Piranha attack in Piranha 3d or the waterpark attack in Piranha 3 Double D.

    Or the murders that happen every summer at Camp Crystal Lake.

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    Sharknado


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    Haha! Yes! Sharknado!! Mars Attacks!
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    http://m.imdb.com/title/tt0193283/

    I could live with it.
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    Cloverfield would be interesting too. Just to see a creature the size of a skyscrapper would be nuts.

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    Suck it.

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    Testament. That movie made me totally bawl. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0086429/
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    Quote Originally Posted by aLiLdirt View Post
    The flaming terror of the Towering Inferno or the ill-fated voyage of the Poseidon Adventure are my picks. Although wide variations of both have happened for real to some extent. I've seen both of those films umpteen times and I continue to be fascinated by them.

    Ohmagerd, it's so nice to be back home again and have the opportunity to read and respond to FAD threads at my leisure. The movie I finished in early July was a toughie, so I'll be resting for awhile...
    The Poseidon Adventure definitely

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    Nothing tornado related. That shit's been real enough. Night of the Lepus might be fun. Rabbit is good eating.

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    The Titanic (JK)

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    I am a disaster movie fanatic! Tornadoes, hurricanes, fires, floods, giant creatures from outer space... you name it, I love it! Considering my dream job is in emergency management, dealing directly with survivors and their immediate needs, I don't know if I could pick just one!
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    China Syndrome, though Chernbyl and Fukushima are damn close.
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    Quote Originally Posted by neilmpenny View Post
    China Syndrome, though Chernbyl and Fukushima are damn close.
    How true, I'm at that age I so remember.
    So hope nothing happens like them again.
    Carolyn(1958-2009) always in my heart.

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    Quote Originally Posted by theotherlondon View Post
    How true, I'm at that age I so remember.
    So hope nothing happens like them again.
    China Syndrome yes, just wait
    Carolyn(1958-2009) always in my heart.

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    The day after tommorow
    the walking dead

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    A ferret flood. I am a ferret whisperer so me and mine would be safe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cleanskull View Post
    A ferret flood. I am a ferret whisperer so me and mine would be safe.
    ROFLMAO! A ferret flood. What a great idea.

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    The events in The Evil Dead would interest me. I wouldn't be shocked to see wars being fought over who controls the Necronomicon for the holder could unleash hell upon the Earth with just 3 simple words.

    The disasters that would follow would be tremendous. Plague, pestilence, earthquakes, fires, zombies, mass possession, mass ritual sacrifice, cult like behavior, mass body mutilation.
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    Batman And Robin...the one with Ahhhnold.

    Seriously, one that leaps to mind is The Day The Earth Stood Still.
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