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That’s it. They are basic horror movies that just happen to be based on video games. The movies are far from great in the real world, but in the land of the blind the one- eyed man is king.

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  • jake said:

    you clearly never saw the 1993 classic Super Mario Bros. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0108255/

  • Warren (author) said:

    Sadly, I did see this movie. It was the first live action movie made from a video game so you could say it set the bar low. I loved the game Mario Bros, as most people my age did, so it was a traumatic experience to have it turn out so poorly…IMHO.

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