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  • eeriepadaveeeriepadave West Chester, PAPosts: 29,162
    The Wailing. Saw this last night. It was interesting. Overall pretty good. Kinda hard to follow cause it was all subtitled and pretty long at about two and a half hours.

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  • InHiding80InHiding80 Upland,CAPosts: 7,623
    edited July 2016
    Anyone seen Tales From The Hood? I saw that last week on Showtime Anytime since it already expired there. That 1st segment of the anthology couldn't be any more relevant now.

    Also, I haven't seen the movies but I just saw all the Cinema Snob reviews of the Sleepaway Camp movies yesterday. That 4th one is a big WTF just for the the history of its production. It's just like that Garbage Day SNDN sequel where it's mostly stock footage from previous entries.
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  • Dr. DelightDr. Delight Posts: 10,936
    Trailer for the Blair Witch
    And so you see, I have come to doubt
    All that I once held as true
    I stand alone without beliefs
    The only truth I know is you.
  • Dr. DelightDr. Delight Posts: 10,936
    Blair Witch comes out this Friday. Will prob see it Saturday.
    Reviews that I have seen have been pretty favorable. There is definitely a resurgence in the horror genre over the last year plus, and there has ben some great movies released.
    And so you see, I have come to doubt
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    I stand alone without beliefs
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  • Has anyone seen The Green Inferno?

    Not rated very high... very gory... but still held my attention. Made ya think (or imagine anyways).
    "My brain's a good brain!"
  • HesCalledDyerHesCalledDyer MarylandPosts: 12,015

    Has anyone seen The Green Inferno?

    Not rated very high... very gory... but still held my attention. Made ya think (or imagine anyways).

    I enjoyed it. And yes it definitely made ya think. Quite a few scenes transported me right into the characters' positions and had me thinking "what would I do?"
    This may or may not be obvious, but this film was Eli Roth's homage to the infamous Cannibal Holocaust, of which he is a huge fan.
  • darwinstheorydarwinstheory LaPorte, INPosts: 2,105
    The last one I saw that I really liked was the train wreck that has been the Chicago White Sox 2016 season.

    Sorry, couldn't resist.
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  • Has anyone seen The Green Inferno?

    Not rated very high... very gory... but still held my attention. Made ya think (or imagine anyways).

    I enjoyed it. And yes it definitely made ya think. Quite a few scenes transported me right into the characters' positions and had me thinking "what would I do?"
    This may or may not be obvious, but this film was Eli Roth's homage to the infamous Cannibal Holocaust, of which he is a huge fan.
    I never even knew it was Eli Roth. Cool.
    "My brain's a good brain!"
  • The last one I saw that I really liked was the train wreck that has been the Chicago White Sox 2016 season.

    Sorry, couldn't resist.

    :lol:
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  • PJ_SoulPJ_Soul Vancouver, BCPosts: 42,584

    Has anyone seen The Green Inferno?

    Not rated very high... very gory... but still held my attention. Made ya think (or imagine anyways).

    I enjoyed it. And yes it definitely made ya think. Quite a few scenes transported me right into the characters' positions and had me thinking "what would I do?"
    This may or may not be obvious, but this film was Eli Roth's homage to the infamous Cannibal Holocaust, of which he is a huge fan.
    I never even knew it was Eli Roth. Cool.
    Awesome. I am a big Eli Roth fan. Will be watching this later!
    With all its sham, drudgery, and broken dreams, it is still a beautiful world. Be careful. Strive to be happy. ~ Desiderata
  • DesirePJDesirePJ Denmark Posts: 94
    The Devil's Rejects is one i can watch over and over again,
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  • PJ_SoulPJ_Soul Vancouver, BCPosts: 42,584
    edited September 2016

    Has anyone seen The Green Inferno?

    Not rated very high... very gory... but still held my attention. Made ya think (or imagine anyways).

    I enjoyed it. And yes it definitely made ya think. Quite a few scenes transported me right into the characters' positions and had me thinking "what would I do?"
    This may or may not be obvious, but this film was Eli Roth's homage to the infamous Cannibal Holocaust, of which he is a huge fan.
    Well I watched the Green Inferno, and it's okay. But then I watched the movie that inspired it, Cannibal Holocaust. :tired_face: That is a pretty fucked up movie. It is clear that they actually tortured and killed real animals for this film, which I obviously strongly object to, and I didn't enjoy watching it at all. They mutilate a live turtle, slice open the skull of a live monkey... and it doesn't stop there. No wonder this awful movie suffered censorship. I'm surprised it was even legal. :angry:
    Post edited by PJ_Soul on
    With all its sham, drudgery, and broken dreams, it is still a beautiful world. Be careful. Strive to be happy. ~ Desiderata
  • Watching "Creepshow".

    Creepshow is a lot of fun
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  • MalrothMalroth broken down chevroletPosts: 1,709
    PJ_Soul said:

    Has anyone seen The Green Inferno?

    Not rated very high... very gory... but still held my attention. Made ya think (or imagine anyways).

    I enjoyed it. And yes it definitely made ya think. Quite a few scenes transported me right into the characters' positions and had me thinking "what would I do?"
    This may or may not be obvious, but this film was Eli Roth's homage to the infamous Cannibal Holocaust, of which he is a huge fan.
    Well I watched the Green Inferno, and it's okay. But then I watched the movie that inspired it, Cannibal Holocaust. :tired_face: That is a pretty fucked up movie. It is clear that they actually tortured and killed real animals for this film, which I obviously strongly object to, and I didn't enjoy watching it at all. They mutilate a live turtle, slice open the skull of a live monkey... and it doesn't stop there. No wonder this awful movie suffered censorship. I'm surprised it was even legal. :angry:
    just not enough to stop watching :giggle:
    Where can I get a hold of this gem?
    The worst of times..they don't phase me,
    even if I look and act really crazy.
  • PJ_Soul said:

    Has anyone seen The Green Inferno?

    Not rated very high... very gory... but still held my attention. Made ya think (or imagine anyways).

    I enjoyed it. And yes it definitely made ya think. Quite a few scenes transported me right into the characters' positions and had me thinking "what would I do?"
    This may or may not be obvious, but this film was Eli Roth's homage to the infamous Cannibal Holocaust, of which he is a huge fan.
    Well I watched the Green Inferno, and it's okay. But then I watched the movie that inspired it, Cannibal Holocaust. :tired_face: That is a pretty fucked up movie. It is clear that they actually tortured and killed real animals for this film, which I obviously strongly object to, and I didn't enjoy watching it at all. They mutilate a live turtle, slice open the skull of a live monkey... and it doesn't stop there. No wonder this awful movie suffered censorship. I'm surprised it was even legal. :angry:
    Interesting. My morbid curiosity is tweaked.
    "My brain's a good brain!"
  • HesCalledDyerHesCalledDyer MarylandPosts: 12,015
    Malroth said:

    PJ_Soul said:

    Has anyone seen The Green Inferno?

    Not rated very high... very gory... but still held my attention. Made ya think (or imagine anyways).

    I enjoyed it. And yes it definitely made ya think. Quite a few scenes transported me right into the characters' positions and had me thinking "what would I do?"
    This may or may not be obvious, but this film was Eli Roth's homage to the infamous Cannibal Holocaust, of which he is a huge fan.
    Well I watched the Green Inferno, and it's okay. But then I watched the movie that inspired it, Cannibal Holocaust. :tired_face: That is a pretty fucked up movie. It is clear that they actually tortured and killed real animals for this film, which I obviously strongly object to, and I didn't enjoy watching it at all. They mutilate a live turtle, slice open the skull of a live monkey... and it doesn't stop there. No wonder this awful movie suffered censorship. I'm surprised it was even legal. :angry:
    just not enough to stop watching :giggle:
    Where can I get a hold of this gem?
    $2.99 rental on iTunes
  • PJ_SoulPJ_Soul Vancouver, BCPosts: 42,584
    edited September 2016
    Malroth said:

    PJ_Soul said:

    Has anyone seen The Green Inferno?

    Not rated very high... very gory... but still held my attention. Made ya think (or imagine anyways).

    I enjoyed it. And yes it definitely made ya think. Quite a few scenes transported me right into the characters' positions and had me thinking "what would I do?"
    This may or may not be obvious, but this film was Eli Roth's homage to the infamous Cannibal Holocaust, of which he is a huge fan.
    Well I watched the Green Inferno, and it's okay. But then I watched the movie that inspired it, Cannibal Holocaust. :tired_face: That is a pretty fucked up movie. It is clear that they actually tortured and killed real animals for this film, which I obviously strongly object to, and I didn't enjoy watching it at all. They mutilate a live turtle, slice open the skull of a live monkey... and it doesn't stop there. No wonder this awful movie suffered censorship. I'm surprised it was even legal. :angry:
    just not enough to stop watching :giggle:
    Where can I get a hold of this gem?
    Ha! Yeah, I think a real snuff film would definitely stop me, but anything short of that, I'm going to watch. :lol: I guess it's kind of the point behind these kinds of horror movies (or whatever you call Cannibal Holocaust... I'm not sure what that is). There is a "just how sick and twisted can I make this thing??" factor that I think holds artistic and creative merit. That's also why I watched the fucking Human Centipede trilogy... which, if you haven't seen it, is WAY more sick and demented and disturbing than Cannibal Holocaust IMO. But it doesn't torture animals in it, so it has that going for it, lol.
    I think Cannibal Holocaust certainly had some good points. Is it the first found footage horror movie ever perhaps? If not, I'm not sure which movie is. Either way, the found footage genre was handled in a unique way for this movie, and really worked into a bigger plot. The premise is interesting... albeit a little racist, lol. Some of the tribes people are portrayed a little more like monkeys than people. Then again, some of the white people are portrayed as insane psychopathic monsters, so I guess it evens out, lol.

    (HesCalledDyer mentioned iTunes. Good option. I used the Kodi app myself. Google it. :) )
    Post edited by PJ_Soul on
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  • InHiding80InHiding80 Upland,CAPosts: 7,623
    edited September 2016

    The last one I saw that I really liked was the train wreck that has been the Chicago White Sox 2016 season.

    Sorry, couldn't resist.

    Try being an Angels fan this season. :anguished: Scioscia should have been fired a handful of years ago and Arte needs to sell the team. On the bright side, the Yanks are eliminated and Detroit is still my team's bitch in the Trout era.

    Just saw Slither on HBO Now a few days ago. Good homage to the 1986 classic, Night Of The Creeps.
    Post edited by InHiding80 on
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  • 23scidoo23scidoo Thessaloniki,GreecePosts: 11,609
    Any thought for this??..

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  • eeriepadaveeeriepadave West Chester, PAPosts: 29,162
    23scidoo said:

    Any thought for this??..

    :lol: funny and kinda accurate
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  • The Crazies modern version. I actually jumped in my seat a few times. well done.

  • 23scidoo23scidoo Thessaloniki,GreecePosts: 11,609
    Saw this last night..very good

    can't wait for this..
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  • eeriepadaveeeriepadave West Chester, PAPosts: 29,162
    I'm kinda excited/curious for M. Night's latest movie "Split"
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  • InHiding80InHiding80 Upland,CAPosts: 7,623
    Idiocracy
    They Live
    Dead Zone
    Brazil
    Manchurian Candidate

    Might as well call them horror now because of Orange Hitler.
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  • 23scidoo23scidoo Thessaloniki,GreecePosts: 11,609
    Bad..

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  • eeriepadaveeeriepadave West Chester, PAPosts: 29,162
    Do we really need another Ring movie? Although i thought this was a remake at first and not a sequel :lol:
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  • eeriepadaveeeriepadave West Chester, PAPosts: 29,162
    saw this trailer before Split (which was really good, IMO) tonight. Looks promising although i was kinda surprised Jordan Peele of Key and Peele directed it
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  • BIGDaddyWilBIGDaddyWil MichiganPosts: 2,158
    ^^^^^ Looks interesting.
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  • MalrothMalroth broken down chevroletPosts: 1,709

    saw this trailer before Split (which was really good, IMO) tonight. Looks promising although i was kinda surprised Jordan Peele of Key and Peele directed it

    The girl's dad is Joe Maddon.
    The worst of times..they don't phase me,
    even if I look and act really crazy.
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