Anyone *seen* any good films... lately???

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Postby el3so » Tue Sep 15, 2020 2:04 am

Enjoyed the by (now older) new Dredd. Bit gritty. Sucks it didn't make enough money for a sequel.
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Postby Alphabet » Tue Sep 15, 2020 2:18 am

el3so wrote:Enjoyed the by (now older) new Dredd. Bit gritty. Sucks it didn't make enough money for a sequel.



Dredd was actually very fucking good. So have the last what 3(?) Batman movies. None of these characters were supposed to be the Hollywood camp shit that their respective movies in the 90s were.


Same goes with Craig and the Bond flicks. Bond getting fucked up and hurt was amazing story telling, and a complete departure from the narrative. Made him more human.

Fury Road wasn't as bad as well. Despite all the herp derp from the MGTOW crowd about feminism, still took Max to save the day.
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Postby el3so » Wed Sep 16, 2020 9:34 pm

el3so wrote:Rake: not very subtle, not very funny but still entertaining
Okay, I spoke too soon, the dog fucker episode was hilarious.

Torrent crapped out on me for get out, heard it was good, maybe later.
3 episodes in, liked the last one best (haunted house)
Lovecraft Stories, scene of the white dude getting sodomised with a shoe is kind of on the nose but great skin-shifting visuals, I like that character btw. Maybe it's a slow burn, hope it isn't a mystery box, I can def see big nose guy reading in the dark room/cellar turning into a scholar of the dark arts (Lovecraft staple). Pale skin blue-eyed dandy/sorceress is the type of gender fluidity I could get behind ;-)
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Re: Anyone *seen* any good films... lately???

Postby Kurt » Thu Sep 17, 2020 3:55 pm

In Lovecraft Country, during the shoe scene...I was in a room filled with black women and I was wincing and they were laughing.
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Postby el3so » Mon Dec 07, 2020 6:33 am

Kurt wrote:In Lovecraft Country, during the shoe scene... I was in a room filled with black women and I was wincing and they were laughing.

*minor adjustment to turtle-neck, puffs Gauloise*
Very post-modern.
Didn't enjoy series as a whole, swing and a miss IMO.

Most of the movie stuff will get streamed from now on I guess. Doesn't change much for yo-ho-ho me.
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Postby el3so » Fri Dec 18, 2020 4:45 pm

Enjoyed Color out of Space.
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Postby el3so » Fri Feb 19, 2021 10:39 pm

Black Mountain Side, not bad as indie horror goes, not excellent neither.
Bone Tomahawk was surprisingly good.

Rewatching older John Carpenter stuff, nothing beats The Thing. Honorable mention to Barbeau in the Fog, voice like that would get me to listen to the radio.

Dropped the hard-drive, there are back-ups but I am always open to suggestions.
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Postby SRR » Sat Mar 27, 2021 2:51 am

I've been watching traditional Belgian cinema which draws upon the country's lengthy geopolitical history and unique folk tales from centuries gone past, its complex heritage and local heroes which helped define its fundamental place in the western European milieu of global cultural impact.

Of course I'm talking about Bloodsport from 1988, starring Jean Claude Van Damme:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WaT9dYalyU0
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Postby el3so » Tue Mar 30, 2021 9:15 pm

SRR wrote: traditional Belgian cinema which draws upon the country's lengthy geopolitical history and unique folk tales from centuries gone past, its complex heritage and local heroes
I salute you, Sir, for not calling this movie out on it's cultural appropriation of one of your more epic compatriots and his real-life exploits in the world of kumite.

Skimming through The Terror, streaming show, has it's moments, no Chernobyl.
Ken Burns' civil war series was interesting.

Glass half-full on the hard drive front, I am enjoying re-watching classics now in blu-ray quality, guess I should get a better screen next: Alien and Aliens for peak Sigourney Weaver; usual Kubricks and Scorceses; even older detective sh!t in black-and-white; lots of gore, zombie and horror stuff.

Only new-ish thing worth mentioning is the kid detective.
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