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Discussion in 'GMD Social Forum' started by Manic Ferocity, May 4, 2007.
I still think Pitch Black is the best of them.
yeah me too probably, i like both though. riddick has that awesome wordless stretch at the start and that ridiculous head/box set piece, and i dig the dumb joss whedon-style bad guy banter as well tbh. somehow i’ve seen both of these movies like 4 times but have never seen the chronicles of riddick, dunno why.
Pitch Black >> Riddick >>>>>>>>> Chronicles
is it weird that I feel like the way they progressed the series was similar to dragon ball to dbz? They created a bunch of backstory about him being an alien to give him some new guys to kill and completely changed the tone of what was going on.
Haha right, because in Pitch Black he's just a criminal that had eye surgery or some shit right?
Based that movie off the story he told the little girl in pitch black, about the prison surgery
John Wick 3 tonight.
Going to watch this classic tonight....
Need to watch more anime. Need to watch more anime. Need to watch more anime. Need to watch more anime.
One of my all time favorite movies
After watching The Dead Don't Die (...lol) and We Need to Talk About Kevin, I've been in a Tilda Swinton mood recently. Went digging through my unwatched DVD piles and the first one I came across was this so this is what I'm watching tonight:
my favourite tilda performance probably! or at least it’s the one that defines her in my mind.
Agreed and this whole scene was hilariously sleazy:
God damn this was relentless. Recommended especially for those who liked The VVitch.
Heard awesome things about this, really want to see.
similarities to Hereditary too.
My third Hirokazu Koreeda movie. After seeing Shoplifters a few months ago and Our Little Sister the other day, I'm starting to think he's the best slice-of-life director I've come across.
Something different, a fantasy film from Tajikistan with weird puppets:
Watched Brandon Cronenberg's Possessor tonight. Really good, felt some Beyond the Black Rainbow vibes, especially re. visuals. Overall better film than Beyond though, I thought--more of a cohesive plot and good narrative pacing. Also,
fucking devastating ending; and I enjoyed the ambiguity, unsure how much had been engineered in advance and how much Tasya concocted on her own. Either way, wild shit.
This should be screening here soon, I'm keen to catch it.
Convicted murderer Mark Trex has just escaped from an asylum and is headed for New York City to track down the members of his favorite childhood band, Warriors of the Inferno. Believing that their occult hit song, which told of Satan and death, is true, Trex is determined to see if the band members have held up their part of their pact with evil. However, cop-on-the-edge Mickey McCardle is hot on his trail and determined to end this serial killer's spree.
A strange mash-up of horror and action film, J. Christian Ingvordsen's BLUE VENGEANCE combines gory killings with drug addled underground rock club scenes and corrupt police procedure that's set in the gritty world of late 80s New York, and comes complete with visits to Times Square and the infamous music club, CBGBs.
Trailer put together by the guy who scored it.