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Re: Post The Last Movie You Watched

Post by Wonderlust » Thu Oct 12, 2017 7:23 pm

The Nightmare Before Christmas, 1993



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The Company of Wolves, 1984





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Maniac, 1980


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Sleepy Hallow, 1999


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Maniac, 2012


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Re: Post The Last Movie You Watched

Post by Mayday » Thu Oct 12, 2017 8:41 pm

Amityville: The Awakening - 5/10
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Re: Post The Last Movie You Watched

Post by Orville Ketchum » Thu Oct 12, 2017 11:40 pm

Final Destination 3 - 8/10

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Re: Post The Last Movie You Watched

Post by Glass Eater » Fri Oct 13, 2017 11:48 am

Blade Runner 2049 - 8.5/10

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Post by travisbickle » Fri Oct 13, 2017 4:27 pm

Raw 7/10

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All Regal Horror Fest viewings...

The Monster Squad 10/10

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^Still the coolest looking Werewolf/Wolfman ever put on film.

The Dead Zone 10/10

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Pet Sematary 10/10

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^Bleakest movie ever? I think so.

Monster Squad and Pet Sematary are childhood favorites, awesome seeing them on the big screen. It was just me and one other person at each showing.... I've officially lost all hope in humanity. :|

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Post by Mayday » Fri Oct 13, 2017 6:43 pm

Christine - 9/10

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Re: Post The Last Movie You Watched

Post by Wonderlust » Fri Oct 13, 2017 8:13 pm

Cult of Chucky, 2017. I fucking love this movie.


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Re: Post The Last Movie You Watched

Post by Orville Ketchum » Fri Oct 13, 2017 9:26 pm

Friday the 13th Part 3 - 10/10

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Re: Post The Last Movie You Watched

Post by Baron Von Marlon » Fri Oct 13, 2017 11:33 pm

Brawl In Cell Block 99 (2017)
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Solid crime drama with some brutal violence and an excellent Vince Vaughn. Perhaps his best performance yet.
From the writer/director of Bone Tomahawk. I'm already looking forward to his next movie: Dragged Across Concrete. Another crime-drama with Vince Vaughn and Mel Gibson as cops becoming criminals.
One annoying bit, there a scene during broad daylight that's ruined by the blue-grey lense thing they applied, making it look to dark. But it's a short scene.

The Babysitter (2017)
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Entertaining horror-comedy. It's about a geeky 12-year old and his babysitter. Knowing more would spoil things.
Netflix certainly got the colouring right. Guess they read the article on Cracked.
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Re: Post The Last Movie You Watched

Post by Atmosphere » Sat Oct 14, 2017 2:12 am

The Florida Project (Sean Baker, 2017)

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With his previous film, Tangerine, it became obvious Baker is interested in an underclass in America seldom reflected on the silver screen, and to an extent he continues that here. The Florida Project is a film about destitute and hopeless characters who live in and out of motels, sell mock perfumes in parking lots and turn tricks to pay their rent. It's about their children, whom when left to their own devices, roam the area they live engaging in behaviour from unworldly nuisance to the more sinister. These characters all live in the shadow of Disney World Orlando, close enough that they can see the fireworks yet it still seems like a million miles away from them. Baker is just a fantastically humanist director, the characters here are all so beautifully drawn and yet he allows them the freedom to be morally questionable, even the children. The performances from the young cast to the actress who played the mother,Bria Vinaite, to Willem Dafoe (in such a quietly heroic role) are all stellar. Alexis Zabe, who shot Post Tenebras Lux a few years back, does the cinematography here and it's gorgeous. Never before has Orlando looked so beautiful, disgusting, vibrant, oppressive all at the same time. When Hollywood tries to make movies about the poverty-stricken, most of the time it's hampered by a veil of high-profile, glamorous actors roughing it up and an outside perspective that makes it all feel dishonest, but Baker clearly knows this world, has lived in it, and has an affection for it. I've seen a lot of great movies this year, many in the past few weeks, but I think this could take my top spot.

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