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Hereditary Discussion; Horror film by Kara Thrace - Mon, 11 Jun 2018 03:30:20 EST ID:hyczR0/N No.399203 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Hereditary has divided audiences galore by critics deeming it one of the best horror films in twenty years, while viewers disagree giving it 96% on Rotton Tomatoes and a low rating on Cinema Score.

I myself, in a theater full of your worst nightmare of an audience be it loud eaters or obnoxious wannabe comedians and everybody whispering nonstop or cracking jokes for everyone to hear, even a couple there just to make out next to you and crack stupid jokes to each other ETC. all to avoid fearing and make the movie theatre filled with humor instead; can say I enjoyed this film.

As a Cinematic Experience the acting from all involved felt surreal. I have a true passion for the supernatural, and while some bits obviously went above and beyond(literally) logic, this film stayed true to any real supernatural basis. They littered tons of context clues and riddles and keep you guessing all the way to the finish.

Also, like Infinity War this movie kills off every main character and even the little girl who the trailer makes you think is the central character in this film before you even get halfway in which, I think, made the crowd really shut up and be gripped for a little considerig this was a surprise and made for a real plot twist or swerve at the least. keep in mind, I had to watch this movie with the shittiest of theatre crowds, and for every time the girl made that clucking sound with her tongue that you see in trailers I had to listen to someone in the leftside of the theatre also make that noise, every single time it happened. I still was able to enjoy this film.


Have you seen it? What are your thoughts?

I dont feel its the best in decades due to fear factor, but due to it being an artful cinematic masterpiece of pure storytelling and emotional depths.
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Kira Nerys - Mon, 11 Jun 2018 04:08:21 EST ID:ihK8vuhL No.399206 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>399203
Da fuck is wrong with that kid's face?
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Martin Bayfield - Mon, 11 Jun 2018 12:34:41 EST ID:TDNliMgG No.399223 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>399206
this happen.
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Kara Thrace - Mon, 11 Jun 2018 14:43:26 EST ID:hyczR0/N No.399231 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>399206
Not much is known about her yet because she’s a new star, but you’ll see her again on the big screen soon.
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Stark - Mon, 11 Jun 2018 15:51:23 EST ID:wGj4U8PO No.399232 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>399231
Looks like mild Treacher Collins syndrome to me.
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Kara Thrace - Mon, 11 Jun 2018 18:41:26 EST ID:hyczR0/N No.399240 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>399232
I assume you’re shitposting like dude who posted the Goonies character because she bares not even a semblance of those kinds of deformities

Man, the internet is fucking retarded. Try discussing film and people discuss actors appearances. Talk about being superficial, geez.
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H. P. Lovecraft - Tue, 12 Jun 2018 11:48:21 EST ID:QiSIOZQn No.399270 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>399240
Relax you homo, pretty sure its just make up and part of the film.
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Janitor - Tue, 12 Jun 2018 12:39:13 EST ID:VbuAK6Hx No.399273 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Fucking LOOOOVED Hereditary. Best horror movie I've seen since The Witch.
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Dr. Jonathan Osterman - Tue, 12 Jun 2018 12:57:22 EST ID:oa2mmJAW No.399275 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>399240
Okay. What do you think about the filmography and acting abilities of that little girl as shown in the gif?
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H. P. Lovecraft - Tue, 12 Jun 2018 14:10:45 EST ID:QiSIOZQn No.399282 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>399275
Not a big fan of Toni Collete, she does fairly well on TV, than movies. Dont know too much about quasimodo. From the most part kids are terrible at acting and judging by the trailer, shes no exception. So, nah. I can tell this movie is already bad.
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Grace Park - Tue, 12 Jun 2018 18:57:43 EST ID:hyczR0/N No.399291 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>399282
lol way to go dude
> hasnt watched the movie
> claims its bad simply based on a trailer showcasing all of 2 characters
> dislikes one of the actors so is bound to dislike the film too
You are just full of wise and insightful views huh bud

I think Toni killed it, because she evolked the emotions in the audience for this filmmaker ore than anybody else, a large variety of emotions in fact.
As for the girl? Yeah, being that her role is largely mysterious, she definitely played it well and, despite being a child, managed to not just act cute and innocent.
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H. P. Lovecraft - Tue, 12 Jun 2018 19:57:10 EST ID:QiSIOZQn No.399293 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>399291
I didnt say Collete was a bad actor, she is not a good actor on film. I like a lot of her TV stuff, like U.S of Tara and Hostages. Some actors at just bad at film and vice versa man.

>claims its bad simply based on a trailer showcasing all of 2 characters
Trailers pretty much give out the whole movie and been that way for the past 10 years, hell even longer. You can tell a lo about a trailer and as a movie buff I almost always dead on right the direction of the film or even its going to be good.

>despite being a child, managed to not just act cute and innocent.
Subjective homie, I think that kids from Stranger Things nailed it but might think otherwise. Haley Joel Osment was great child actor, sucks now as an adult. Elijah Wood is great child actor, so was Daniel Radcliff. It just depends and it didnt look as great as Haley Joel in the Sixth Sense, where you can tell on his trailer he seemed like an interesting character rather than Sloth from the Goonies.
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Kate Mulgrew - Tue, 12 Jun 2018 22:19:45 EST ID:Zo3fdA9I No.399297 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>399273
Come to think of it both movies share some formal similarities. Both movies concern the disintegration of a family, killing off the members one by one, with the end involving the daughter coming into her own identity by way of occult powers. [%] I haven't seen a tremendous amount of horror, so maybe that's a common thing.

The ending [%]retained a certain mystical, enchanted quality alongside the dark stuff of headless corpses and so on, which is something I hadn't seen before.[%]
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Legolas - Wed, 13 Jun 2018 00:52:41 EST ID:hyczR0/N No.399300 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>399293
>Trailers pretty much give out the whole movie and been that way for the past 10 years, hell even longer.
>You can tell a lot by a trailer
> and as a movie buff Im almost always dead on right the direction of the film or even its going to be good.
Okay, except this movies trailer did not do that, and swerved everyone in the theater.
Consider then, for this once, that maybe JUST MAYBE you’re wrong this time. I have friends who are movie / tv buffs, I understand your perspective, but your judgment here feels truly superficial my man. You’re missing out on a unique horror experience that strayed far from the typical MAKE YOU JUMP and Gore themed scenes. This movie is horrific strictly based on emotional responses and facial expression close ups or “the spielberg face” as its called. This movie is worth checking out, because its setting the bar for the genre right now, despite fans thinking otherwise without properly understanding its directing.
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Halle Berry - Wed, 13 Jun 2018 02:03:03 EST ID:coLWyDOs No.399301 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I like slow subtle burns when it comes to horror and this fell short. It wasn't bad, but it could have been better than it was.

Maybe it's the fact that I watched The Terror shortly before watching this.

I will give this movie credit for having the balls to subvert expectations when it came to the kid. Then again, that could be because the trailer took the wrong tone. A lot of my friends did go into the movie blind and they had mixed results.
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Jeffrey Sinclair - Wed, 13 Jun 2018 09:38:52 EST ID:QiSIOZQn No.399308 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>399300
Fair enoigh. Ill check it out and and report back.
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Sheba - Wed, 13 Jun 2018 10:02:12 EST ID:RNoOTJrn No.399309 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>399203
Just gonna hide this thread until I see the movie. Talk to you then lads!
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Eric Wareheim - Thu, 14 Jun 2018 12:10:49 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.399337 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Incidentally, RLM did a Half in the Bag for Hereditary and they seem to have enjoyed it and it seems to have puzzled Jay so that's enough of an endorsement for me, no offense OP.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5ysiCqy11tQ

I'll check back after seeing it. Also, the main character chick has the kind of face that my weird mental defect makes me really want to have sex with.
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Ardala - Sat, 16 Jun 2018 16:55:01 EST ID:zHKzJ0CY No.399390 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>399337
A weird face?
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James Quall - Sat, 16 Jun 2018 21:32:54 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.399397 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>399390
Her face isn't weird but it isn't attractive to me but I want to have sex with her regardless which I think is weird. I feel the same way about the main character in Handmaid's Tale, even before the sex scenes.
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The Hound - Sun, 17 Jun 2018 19:55:35 EST ID:4PYKAkjr No.399426 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>399397
Do it. Have sex with Toni Collette for the honor of 420Chan!
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Romana - Mon, 18 Jun 2018 02:23:13 EST ID:Vyx29KKZ No.399433 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>399426
He means the girl playing her daughter who is actually underaged, dude.
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Master Roshi - Mon, 18 Jun 2018 03:42:21 EST ID:5QkYjubz No.399436 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>399433
No he wasn't. I think it's safe to assume when he said the main character he meant the main character, Toni Collette.
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Romana - Mon, 18 Jun 2018 04:35:03 EST ID:Vyx29KKZ No.399437 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>399436
True my bad misreading lol
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Glenn Quagmire - Sat, 23 Jun 2018 01:06:39 EST ID:ZQgP0os+ No.399594 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Finally got around to watching it tonight, and I think the words uttered by literally everyone in the theater as the credits rolled really sum it up.

What the fuck?

I'm all about the craziness and mental illness that they're trying to portray in this, but actually having a Rosemary's Baby satan cult of people we've never been introduced to was jumping the shark.

This is one that can be interpreted any way that you want to, and will probably benefit from multiple viewings. It's too long though, and gets REALLY boring towards the middle. It's all or nothing, then nothing, then batshit insanity, then credits roll.

It's a strange movie.
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Nichelle Nichols - Sat, 23 Jun 2018 02:34:50 EST ID:vTQ4uL9x No.399605 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>399594
Thing is: real life is stranger and scarier.
So horror movies really have their work cut out.
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Rickety Cricket - Sat, 23 Jun 2018 12:57:05 EST ID:ofdXFSrE No.399621 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>399594
Well, yeah, strange is kind of the goal. I love that people at work simply respond “it was a weird movie.” I mean, what, you have to be scared by it? I watched it simply out of interest in the occult. I didnt get bored at all, because I knew the shitty crowd I was watching with knew fuckin Shit about anything this movie was going to portray and lo and behold, it reaches the final scene and motherfuckers can only laugh or respond “oooookay.. yeah, right. Wtf??” like eat it shitheads, now you have to watch it again because this shit just mindfucked you sideways three times over in the last 15 minutes of the film. Where are your shitty jokes now? Where is your mockery and laughter at the nude old people? Awh, did you not get enough jump scares? Was Toni’s various portrayals of insanity to lying to possessed to completely honest all in such a short span too confusing? Good ya fuckin dimwits, good.

None of that to be directed at you anon, just real glad to hear you too found it strange enough that its anybodys call. Ima rewatch it eventually, but not in theaters.
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Marge Simpson - Mon, 25 Jun 2018 18:10:52 EST ID:k1WPtS6A No.399672 Ignore Report Quick Reply
My roommate needed a cigarette after watching this shit. He was super on edge over the mental illness and stuff. He was pretty mad when I told him it was a boring film, the only thing I liked was the camera shots and directors approach. As soon as I came out I was like ".. oh..okay"

I also wasn't a fan of the VVitch but I liked It Comes at Night.
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Ka D'Argo - Tue, 26 Jun 2018 00:35:18 EST ID:PJU2IVf4 No.399678 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>399672
> roommate was pretty mad when i told him i thought it was boring
lol understandable from both sides tbh. I can understand people getting bored if you aren’t genuinely there out of interest for the supernatural or spooky etc. and mental illness is pretty touchy. I think I didnt find it boring solely because I like that kind of stuff, and also, I’ve gone as far as looking into the CIA’s documented 14MILLION pages of paranormal studies one of which states how people undergoing spiritual phenomena may be confused as schizo mental illness having loonies, despite not being insane, and it went into extreme detail as to how the two things may be confused as one another. To me, that mental illness jibbajabba just tickled my fancy knowing that the directors were really on point because most people will assume drugs or insanity when they hear someone freaking about ghosts or shit like that terrorizing their life.
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Myrcella Baratheon - Wed, 27 Jun 2018 05:34:51 EST ID:5AZNgE2q No.399709 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>399678
I always just assumed being mentally ill felt like living in a ghost movie, where every room you enter could lead to a jumpscare when you think you see someone hiding in the corner or get strange sensations of being watched. Honestly, even if 1 in every million crazy people is actually dealing with real supernatural occurrences, IMO don't tell them, it'll just empower the rest of the crazies to think their brand of insane is actually some spiritual universal truth.
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Harry Enfield - Wed, 27 Jun 2018 07:01:29 EST ID:PJU2IVf4 No.399711 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>399709
Sadly facebook pages and instagram profiles have already done just that, and, in doing so, empowered millions of insane people who now call themselves shit like “empaths” and other tapped bullshit. Thing is, what I like about actually being aware of the supernatural is that you can tell who is bullshitting to mask their insanity, even if they dont know they are, and sometimes even humor them by explaining how what they claim as psychic awareness is actually not on par with true supernatural forces or sensations, therefore, is actually a mental issue. Ive done this without offending those kinds of people, and they actually maintain interest in the supernatural while accepting they were delusional to begin any sort of interest in it. You could even say that their maintained interest in it all helps them differentiate their own illness from the true supernatural studies they then pursue.
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Mrs. Doyle - Wed, 22 Aug 2018 18:22:51 EST ID:Pj0ZQQFr No.401699 Report Quick Reply
Torrents out, just watched the movie and honestly, it kicks fucking ass. I'm obsessed with horror and it's the best I've seen in a couple years. Felt like Arthur Machen was brought into the new generation. I can't lie, some parts were unintentionally funny. But then others were balls out creepy. Layers and layers of crazy going on in this movie, and it can be viewed/interpreted a variety of ways. I mean, my head is still spinning trying to comprehend the last half of the thing.

Again, not for horror fans who want to watch bodies hit the floor, or who only enjoy slow paced horror when there's a looming threat of C'thulhu.
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Mr. Bean - Wed, 22 Aug 2018 19:04:01 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.401701 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>399711
You think you're one of the enlightened insane people who believe in supernatural shit lol. Get real. There is no difference between you and the people who divine with crystals and people who claim to be empaths besides a few IQ points and a little bit of eloquence.
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Christina Ricci - Wed, 22 Aug 2018 19:28:18 EST ID:FWbusYGd No.401705 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>401701
> you think you’re one of the enligh Insane people who believe in supernatural shit lol
What are you even trying to say, that understanding of the supernatural is just delusional insanity 100% of the time? Insane people cant look at other insane people and think “oh that person is insane, but not me” because insane people have no idea what sanity is to even consider another person insane or not insane. Have you even studied psychology?

> there is no difference between you and people who divine with crystals or people who claim to be empaths
Go shitposti on the paranormal board faggot. One sure difference is that I dont claim to be an empath, and thats the only difference that matters in proving your idiocy.
As for crystals? I’ve had a friend give me a necklace he “blessed” while on fucking Acid to which I figured oh great some bullshit yet I decided to test that shit for once instead of being like your faggot ass and ignorantly writing off something I had no belief in without actually studying it first and I had a psychic do a reading on the necklace to ask her what energies it was blessed with; low and behold, I went back to my friend to ask Him what the energies he blessed it with ON ACID were, and, it was the same 3 words the psychic told me she felt in it.


So, not only was a kid on fucking acid able to enchant a crystal necklace for me, but without telling me what the energies he put into it weee and therefore me not even having that shit in mind for a psychic to read; she felt 3 specific blessings and without telling my friend I did this, therefore he not even aware the words she told me, he just magically had the same 3 mind and in that necklace that a psychic was able to describe with exact detail yet no mention of it betweem either parties aside from a little crystal they both touched?


Youre a lowrate troll who lacks the knowledge to even win your arguments.




Good movie btw.
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Cheryl Tunt - Wed, 22 Aug 2018 19:32:20 EST ID:keSO2WYm No.401708 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401705
Jesus my typos, only 1 im correcting is weee/Were.
Mobile keynoard blows lol
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Francois Truffant - Wed, 22 Aug 2018 22:25:41 EST ID:QmUrtsne No.401713 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401705
>Have you even studied psychology?

lol psychology is as much of a scam as those crystals
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Robin Williams - Thu, 23 Aug 2018 05:50:30 EST ID:aQ66X+DU No.401727 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401705
Yep that's definitely proof of crystals, and not that you are an easy read.
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Abed Nadir - Thu, 23 Aug 2018 19:32:21 EST ID:keSO2WYm No.401747 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>401727
Yep definitely
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Turanga Leela - Sat, 25 Aug 2018 19:48:54 EST ID:B+/QdGqb No.401784 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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This movie is about to start playing at the cheapo theater I work at and I'm curious to see how the audience reacts. I was so bored during the middle bit and just in full on what the fuck mode at the end when I saw it, so I'm wondering if I'm an outlier or if that's the general consensus.
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Skandar Keynes - Sun, 26 Aug 2018 14:19:31 EST ID:KEmWplVT No.401801 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>401705

Believe.
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Milla Jovovich - Sun, 26 Aug 2018 17:43:25 EST ID:PdqZjJjG No.401804 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401784
Thats pretty much it yeah. Not so much board, but they do go for a plot twist there which I guess can also be boring in your position.
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Dr. Wendy Smith - Sun, 26 Aug 2018 22:40:32 EST ID:aueIoWvC No.401812 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Why are big american house parties always a thing in movies? I seriously doubt house parties of this scale are a common occurence in america
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Sylar - Sun, 26 Aug 2018 22:59:07 EST ID:J0kojBiA No.401813 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401812
It's one of the many ways that we make teenagers insecure about their expectations regarding their social lives.
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Dr. Wendy Smith - Sun, 26 Aug 2018 23:28:37 EST ID:aueIoWvC No.401815 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401813
But there is really no reason to do it... can't american filmakers write a scene that doesnt need a trope like "big house party" to develop the plot
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Jackie Chan - Mon, 27 Aug 2018 00:24:42 EST ID:7f415ttP No.401816 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>401812
Have you never been to a party before? That's fairly standard
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Sikozu Svala Shanti Sugaysi Shanu - Mon, 27 Aug 2018 06:18:29 EST ID:vx99qAYk No.401821 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401816
I've never been to a party where such high energy is sustained by drinking alone.
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Barbara Bain - Mon, 27 Aug 2018 13:03:35 EST ID:vnd6uMxk No.401830 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Wow this movie was incredible. I've seen hundreds of horror movies and this actually did scare me and set me on edge, which doesn't happen often. I'd say it's the best horror movie I've seen in god knows how long. I'd honestly put it on the same level as The Shining.

I'd compare Hereditary to The Shining in a lot of ways. First of all it's shot in Kubrick's style with lingering stills, and the set design. It deals with the same interplay of psychology and supernatural as well with a focus on the family dynamic.

I didn't find the film boring at all. The movie is confusing enough that while I was in the middle of the movie I was putting different bits together trying to connect all the seeming disparate and odd events that happened to this family in some way that would make sense. That kept me interested, and my guesses were pretty close when the film fully explains absolutely everything at the end of the film.

>>401821
Bruh I live in a shitty small Canadian town and I went to way crazier highschool parties than that.
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Dr. Wendy Smith - Mon, 27 Aug 2018 15:24:12 EST ID:aueIoWvC No.401846 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401830
I also thought of the shining.
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Ryan Atwood - Mon, 27 Aug 2018 17:51:21 EST ID:Pj0ZQQFr No.401851 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401830
>I live in a shitty small Canadian town and I went to way crazier highschool parties than that.
I legit feel bad for the posters who thought that party was unrealistically big and poppin'. Hopefully reincarnation exists and they get a second shot at doing high school properly and partying hard.

Anyways, I also loved the movie but
>I didn't find the film boring at all.
IMO the first 40 minutes were a tad boring, I almost turned off the movie but am glad I didn;t because the last 80 minutes were gold and also justified a lot of the stuff I thought didn't matter initially those "boring parts"
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Batman - Tue, 28 Aug 2018 02:11:34 EST ID:5+HkDpTX No.401882 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401812
Always seemed unrealistic to me because it's as if every average teenager lives in a huge mansion that fits a 100 people
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John Watson - Tue, 28 Aug 2018 07:35:10 EST ID:vx99qAYk No.401888 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>401882
Yeah the amount of people at these movie house parties is ridiculous.

This dickhead lived near me and got into headlines/forced meme history because ~150 people turned up to his party. They trashed the street and the cops had to come clear the whole thing out and it was a big thing with the tabloids.

The most accurate party movie is Dazed and Confused, cause at least they went to a sizable park instead of that random dude's house.
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The Re-animator - Tue, 28 Aug 2018 09:29:06 EST ID:TDNliMgG No.401890 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401888
I remember that guy. Saw him on youtube from an interview from a local news channel. Dude was like "Im not going to apologize" take of those sunglasses young man "no". haha.
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Gwen Cooper - Tue, 28 Aug 2018 09:32:46 EST ID:aueIoWvC No.401891 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401851

Nobobdy i've ever known has a house large enough to host a party like this, also aren't all the people at these parties supposed to be in school and somehow can get hold of enough alcohol for 100 people?

Trust that i partied hard but real parties look nothing like what i see in the movies.
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John Watson - Tue, 28 Aug 2018 10:03:21 EST ID:vx99qAYk No.401895 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401890
Yeah it was pretty funny.

Also that hat is peak 2008.
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John Belushi - Wed, 29 Aug 2018 07:03:43 EST ID:oa2mmJAW No.401959 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I tried watching this film because of this thread but stopped and went to sleep after about half an hour because I remembered horror movies bore me.

The sense of perspective and shit they were doing with the camera and the models was good though. That's some intriguing cinematography.
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Sarah-Jane Smith - Wed, 29 Aug 2018 11:33:07 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.401963 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Saw this last night. It's 50/50 for me. Mixed bag. I'll just give some descriptors because I have a hard time putting a neat bow on it.

Boring, overrated, not scary, fun, entertaining, wtf.
7/10. Now I need to go tell this dumb tinder thot that her favorite horror movie sucks dick. The VVitch was way better.
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Beetlejuice - Wed, 29 Aug 2018 11:38:13 EST ID:TDNliMgG No.401964 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Can someone give me spoilers for this movie. Because I dont care about spoilers and I just want to know if its worth watching.
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Dalek Caan - Wed, 29 Aug 2018 15:33:04 EST ID:aueIoWvC No.401972 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401964
No I won't do that for you.
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Rod Farva - Wed, 29 Aug 2018 15:40:39 EST ID:n+iDhdY4 No.401973 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401964
I completely forgot about this site for the longest time.
http://www.themoviespoiler.com/2018Spoilers/Hereditary.html
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Beetlejuice - Wed, 29 Aug 2018 15:45:41 EST ID:TDNliMgG No.401974 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401973
Thanks man.
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Robb Stark - Wed, 29 Aug 2018 18:42:37 EST ID:zIMNQ80B No.401981 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401964
It's very well acted, pretty well written and the last 15 minutes are more unsettling than any horror movie I've seen in a very long time. Just watch it.
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Sarah-Jane Smith - Wed, 29 Aug 2018 19:06:05 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.401983 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401964
My review was pretty negative because I was expecting it to be scary, but nonetheless it was really worth watching.
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Emma Watson - Thu, 30 Aug 2018 05:42:00 EST ID:Pj0ZQQFr No.402004 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401983
I got legit chills when they did the seance and the Mom's voice started sounding like the little girls.
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Dean Winchester - Thu, 30 Aug 2018 10:29:36 EST ID:/pUHafCS No.402013 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Finally watched this. That final scene:
It's well lit, in warm light. It's trimmed in golds with hanging cloth. It's almost cozy. Sure there's corpses bowing and stuff, but I found the final scene to be a lot less uncomfortable than the rest of the movie. There's certainty and comfort there.

Is the whole intention of the final scene to say that there's more comfort in leaning into a scary delusion than there is in living in a world that's always uncertain where you don't even know what's true?


That's my take away from the scene anyways.
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Slab Bulkhead - Fri, 31 Aug 2018 02:55:20 EST ID:HYh+77Kl No.402042 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Hereditary has been playing for a few days now at the theater and the crowd's takeaway has been mostly, "What the fuck did we just watch?", which is more than I can say for a ton of recent movies.

People walked out of Infinity War talking, but about plot points or how the comic book was different. People just shuffled off after Last-Jedi without really talking about it at all, same with Solo. People left Hereditary making jokes about sticking your head out of the car on the way home, legit questions about family history of mental illness? Fucking Satan worship?, and just general acclaim for the film. People that come by themselves have been talking to staff about it more than most films, because it leaves you with something you feel the need to unpack.

Hereditary is IMO one of the best arthouse horrors since the VVitch. Not just because it's similarly creepy and subversive, but because it got people that would never come out to an arthouse film to watch one and get spooked in style.
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Bryan Fuller - Sun, 16 Sep 2018 07:40:12 EST ID:1L2s6dwx No.402608 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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If 1987 Predator's 1st scene didn't give away the fact it was a alien, it would have been a legit horror film.
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Michael Mann - Sun, 16 Sep 2018 13:45:41 EST ID:97/wpfNJ No.402615 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Hell yes, i loved every second of it. I wasn't even bored in the middle parts, like many others were.

I even saw vivid nightmares of a demonic force possessing my reality the next night. I woke up scared as fuck
That also tells me, that this movie made a great impression on me


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