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dead ringers 5.5/10 I thought I loved cronenberg, but this one left me ice cold (great central performances, cool tools of the trade, but what the fuck was that second half all about...)
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He has a huge problem with third acts imho. Only spoils things sometimes.
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Barbarian - 8.5/10
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THE KILL wrote: Sat Oct 15, 2022 4:44 am
Chigurh wrote: Wed Oct 12, 2022 3:46 pm Watching horror movies for Halloween month:

The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari - 10
Nosferatu - 7
The Phantom of the Opera (1925) - 8
The Hands of Orlac - 7
The Black Cat (1934) - 7
Freaks - 9
Mad Love - 7
The Old Dark House (1932) - 9
Vampyr - 8
The Wolf Man - 7
Dead of Night (1945) - 10
neat selection mate :tup:
Thanks, here are some more:

Doctor X - 6
Godzilla (1954) - 7
Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1956) - 10
Dracula (1956) - 6
The Monster Squad - 7
The Incredible Shrinking Man - 8
The Mummy (1959) 7
The Haunting - 8
Kwaidan - 7
Little Witches - 4
Hush... Hush, Sweet Charlotte - 6
Deadly Friend - 4
Night of the Creeps - 8
Night of the Demons - 7
Night of the Demons 2 - 8
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House ('86 USA) - 6.5/10 - I remember this as being a fun romp of a horror movie from my youth, but after rewatching, I find it a bit bizarre. A Vietnam vet with PTSD makes a living as a horror writer who's family life falls apart when his son disappears. It's kinda played out through a sitcom framework. Bull from Night Court as a 'Nam psychopath and Norm from Cheers solidify it as a relic of the 80's.

Barbarian ('22) - 7.5/10 - Pretty fun flick

Terra Formars ('16) - 8/10 - Takashi Miike's adaptation of a manga series about sending cockroaches to Mars for terraforming, in preparation for future human inhabitation. Cockroaches evolve insanely fast over the 500 years from mission's beginning, so Earth sends a team of criminals with nothing to lose to help sort things out. The team is given insect DNA guns they can fire into themselves which temporarily transform them into different kinds of bug people to fight the menace. Has some power rangers vibes going on, but overall just a weird movie with lots of not-so-amazing cgi.

Spider-Man: Into the Spiderverse ('18) - 8/10 - I watched in 3D, which is done extremely well for the most part.

Nope ('22) - 6/10 - It's pretty good, but never really grabbed me. Peele's obsession with transforming older pop songs into spoooooky mood music is grating for me. Purple people eater lyrics spoken ominously was rough. Also kinda strange to see people wearing Jesus Lizard and Earth shirts. I didn't pick up on what the sitcom monkey incident was supposed add to the story, but I'm also used to big budget movies being extremely obvious and repetative with "subtext".
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Hunter wrote: Mon Oct 31, 2022 11:28 am
Barbarian ('22) - 7.5/10 - Pretty fun flick

Spider-Man: Into the Spiderverse ('18) - 8/10 - I watched in 3D, which is done extremely well for the most part.
I agree about Barbarian fun. It touched on the tropes and subvert them.

I need to see that Spider-man in 3D. the first time I saw that I thought it was supposed to be in 3D.
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Terrifier 2. If the first one had a Texas Chainsaw/Friday the 13th vibe, than this one has a Halloween/Nightmare on Elm Street way to it. I was very amused, although, I’m not 100% sure I’m down with them going full 1980’s slasher monster movie franchise. I guess making Art the Clown a modern day Jason or what have you is financially smart. Also, anyone puking or fainting while watching this is a gorey movie light weight. Jesus, though, what he puts this one chick through is something else.
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couldn't even finish. 1 for the cougar

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Barbarian - 3
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MPD wrote: Thu Nov 03, 2022 6:55 pm
Barbarian - 3
it wasnt good ! :fonz:
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I was pro Barbarian until the last 15 minutes or so
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You guys need to stop being behbeh-behbehbeh-behbehs about how shitty the end was!
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Hunter wrote: Mon Oct 31, 2022 11:28 am Nope ('22) - 6/10 - It's pretty good, but never really grabbed me. Peele's obsession with transforming older pop songs into spoooooky mood music is grating for me. Purple people eater lyrics spoken ominously was rough. Also kinda strange to see people wearing Jesus Lizard and Earth shirts. I didn't pick up on what the sitcom monkey incident was supposed add to the story, but I'm also used to big budget movies being extremely obvious and repetative with "subtext".
my biggest beef with Peele is he's so in love with his characters that I know nothing bad is going to happen to them.
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I've been pretty luke warm on Peele's stuff after Us... and the Twilight Zone reboot he had a hand in was mostly bad. He does get good performances out of actors, and I thought Get Out was great... but he seems like he's on the path to being the next M. Night Shamalan with a stunner out of the gate, then diminishing returns as he tries to live up to expectations.
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Double Indemnity : 9

Weird: The Al Yankovich Story : 6.5

Fun but a bit tiresome watching a Funny Or Die skit stretched out for nearly two hours.
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The Automat - 8
The Stepford Wives (1975) - 6.5

What's the Matter with Tony Slattery? - 8
The Princess - 7

The Making of Autumn Sonata - 6
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All the Boys Are Called Patrick - 8.5

All at Sea - 8
The Rink - 10
After Yang - 4
X: The Man with the X-ray Eyes - 7
I'm Almost Not Crazy: John Cassavetes, the Man and His Work - 8
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Weird: the al yankovic story - 9.5/10. It's been quite some time that a comedy has hit so fucking hard. Fuck!
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Black Panther: Wakanda Forever - 7

Orgasm Inc.: The Story of One Taste - 5
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Akira ('87) - 10/10 - I had only ever seen this on a fuzzy VHS, and it was great. Watching again on a much bigger screen in high def is just incredible.

My Neighbor Totoro ('87) - 10/10 - You'd think after watching Akira the night before that this might be a bit underwhelming... but it wasn't! At least for me.

Timecop ('94) - 4/10 - Produced in part by Sam Raimi! Q: Does this have a ton of that shiny/super shitty CGI that was somehow impressive at the time? A: OH YEAH! Q: Does Van Damme hold himself up in the air with a split? A: FUCKIN HELL YES HE DOES! Q: Will you remember anything else about the movie mere days after watching it? A: Absolutely not!
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