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Discussion in 'Vintersorg' started by YMIR, Feb 8, 2002.

  1. Alteredmindeath

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    @tobz.. Check out the Japanese gore flick "Meatball Machine".

    IMMORTALS will be my next venture...


    [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7VdONYkKFmQ&fmt=18[/ame]
     
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    Thanks for the tip Altermindeath, I looked it up and it seems like it could be fun. Hadn't heard about it before.
    I'm a bit ambivalent about Immortals, think it can either be extremely cool, or just another 3D-porn made exclusively for the sake of showing effects off...
     
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    I've watched "Gerry" by Gus Van Sant for the second time, and it was even more awesome and beautiful... And wow, it reached my subconscious to the point I couldn't sleep at night, lol. So I guess it deserves a place in my top 10 favorite movies! :)
     
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    If you like Tokyo Gore Police I think you will like Meatball Machine. THere is more I can give you if you like Meatball machine.


    I have heard mixed reviews about the IMMORTALS movie but I plan on watching it next week probably. I'll post a review when I see it.
     
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    Oh I give up; I can't watch this type of movies :p .

    I really liked Melancholia, who's seen it?
     
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    Ugetsu Monogatari, such a masterpiece; better than Kurosawa.
     
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    I received the Ulver live dvd today. Terrific picture and sound quality (I don't have a blu-ray player), and an excellent mix of footage of the actual show (guys on stage, audience) and their projected movie.

    Not sure what to think of the intro with the bleeding, hanging dude. I think* it's a mannequin. But the accompanying piano piece is very nice.
    Eos is such a powerful song :worship: I almost started crying when seeing it on dvd, being flashed back to when I firsthand witnessed them playing it back in February last year. The haters/sceptics can say what they want about Garm's vocals, usually with many layers and reverb/echo, but the end result always sounds absolutely amazing, and that's what it's really about imo.

    Pure awesomeness... Headphones and darkness recommended :cool:

    edit: *turns out it's actually a guy called Mr. Ark Todd. what a creep :rolleyes:
     
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    Sounds like a brilliant DVD; want to see it! Can you post some videos, please?
     
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    The adventures of TinTin...

     
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    I just watched two (to me) fine new films today.

    First one was Dead Space: Aftermath. I haven't really more than tried the first game for a few minutes, but I fell in love with the first film and had to have the second one as well. They're not quite in the same style as the first one was more creepy, gory horror, whereas the second had a lot more action going on as well as retaining the gory horror parts to some extention... One of the coolest aspects about it though, is that is divided into segments where you got parts of the story told through different eyes, and all of these segments have their own little differences and details (also directors if I'm informed correctly) which are fun to spot, as well as they keep the story going forward. Well executed film which keeps the adrenaline up throughout!

    Second one, and this was a kind of spur of the moment buy as I had no previous knowledge of the film or film-maker, was The Good, The Bad, The Weird. The only thing I can say here is HOLY CRAP THE KOREANS HAVE DONE IT AGAIN!!! Complete adrenaline rush from start to finish, exquisite photography, great score, several nice little twists to the plot, and holy crap it was funny! I hereby advice everyone I know, and don't know, to hurry on out and getting this film, this masterpiece!
     
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    Oh I want to see this one!
     
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    Finally saw Trolljegeren today, really cool movie. Great design on the trolls, and like the hunter character very much.
     
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    The Oscars are such a fiasco.
     
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    Just came back from watching Hvidsten Gruppen, a film about a section of the Danish resistance during WWII. Amazing and strong film, recommended to anyone with an interest in these things, anyone interested in film, anyone and everyone actually.

    And on the nerd side of town; just recieved my limited edition double pack of Patlabor I & II. Patlabor I - 0801/1000, Patlabor II - 0912/1000. Freaking awesome look of the box, haven't had time to check the films yet, but they're supposed to look and sound equally awesome I have been led to believe.
     
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    Soom ("Breath") by Kim Ki Duk.
    Wow wow WOW.
     
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    I bought the Alien Anthology on blu-ray a couple days ago. I love it.
     
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    Another Kim Ki Duk: Bin-jip (3-Iron)
    Wooooooow
     
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    Love that series as well, looking so much forward to Prometheus!

    Dinka, have you seen The Coast Guard (Haeanseon)? Kinda wondering how it is since the description sounds interesting...
     
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    It's an awesome collection! Two versions of each movie (original theatrical cut + special edition/director's cut) with commentary from various people involved in the production and I think there's like 60 hours of bonus material on the discs as well. Watched the first two movies thus far and they both looked GREAT.

    Now if only George Lucas would agree to release something like this.:S Gief original theatrical versions of the first three SW movies on blu-ray!:/

    Speaking of Prometheus...

    Peter Weyland at TED2023: I will change the world

    Pretty cool.<3
     

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