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- Sat, 30 May 2020 00:51:56 EST i5G7TduL No.415214
File: 1590814316779.jpg -(439648B / 429.34KB, 1242x1221) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. NAME THAT MOVIE
> 1980s//1990s Vampire flick
> Seductive Vampire Women
>Dimlit Private Bedroom at a home in a Desert
> it's some white trash Biker Desert house party
>everyones dressed like bikers or in western leathers
> Vampire Woman brings unknowing Man into bedroom at party
> Slowly draws her claws up his thigh
> makes him bleed
I saw this as a child too young to even remember what else to go by but god damm have I wanted to find this movie for decades now.

Anyone have any idea, please?
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Raven Darkhölme - Sun, 26 Jul 2020 14:24:48 EST wmqmqeBi No.415944 Reply
Oh fak, that movie was SO. BAD. I felt so sorry for James Woods even though I'm sure he knew how garbage the picture was, and I felt embarrassed for Tubby Baldwin who has all the acting skills of a thing that can't act because it's not an actor it's just related to one, and John Carpenter forever earned my ire for taking my money in 3xfhange for oh man I can't even. I want to punch the prop master in the face for 5hat stupid crossbow. THE WORST.
Jack Donaghy - Mon, 27 Jul 2020 05:46:43 EST WHszcoUn No.415955 Reply
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welcome to the horror genre of film.

So bad it's good is what we go for!


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- Tue, 17 Mar 2020 17:37:14 EST 7VuehaRW No.414101
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How many of you are enjoying this show right now?

What do you think about it?

Do you like it?
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!!4vMEXnV5 - Thu, 16 Jul 2020 03:38:46 EST 34B4A7Ba No.415815
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I've been on a Jason Statham binge this week. Honestly think he's underrated in the grand scheme of things. Yes, he always plays an ex-military hard man, but he brings a certain charisma to his roles that I think outshines Dwayne Johnson.

My top Statham films are Hummingbird/Redemption, Snatch and Homefront.

What do you think about him?
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Bruce Campbell - Thu, 16 Jul 2020 15:00:15 EST SJUtmn8M No.415826 Reply
pokka go back to wooo ur posts fucking blow
last thing we need is your shit in other boards
John Geilgud - Fri, 17 Jul 2020 01:36:58 EST Ci7streK No.415836 Reply
Never gets very much advertisement for his movies for some reason

All the ones I saw were alright, exactly what you'd expect from a shoot-em-cowboy movie
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Pokka !!4vMEXnV5 - Fri, 17 Jul 2020 03:59:32 EST 34B4A7Ba No.415838 Reply
Guy Ritchie movies are normally very well paced and entertaining, but probably glamorise the gangster lifestyle a little bit too much. Rock n Rolla is another good one.

I just looked up Layer Cake, and was surprised it wasn't a Ritchie film too

"Making Of" or BTS Documetaries

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- Sat, 13 Jun 2020 12:17:38 EST v+0Aq6hz No.415366
File: 1592065058196.jpg -(24109B / 23.54KB, 317x445) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. "Making Of" or BTS Documetaries
I'm aware that there's already a thread for documentaries, but I'm more specifically looking for "making of" or behind the scenes docs about single pieces of work. I really like putting these on in the background while doing other things, so youtube links for a playlist are preferred but they can be from any source.
I know most of the best are ones about films, but subject matter is anything goes, albums, films, games, books, fuckin architecture, whatever, as long as it (mostly) focuses on one single work or project. I'll post a few to get the ball rolling.

Modest Mouse - The Lonesome Crowded West - Pitchfork Classic

Documentary about the making of Rocket League (Noclip in general has some pretty good docs like this)

Red Hot Chili Peppers: "Funky Monks"
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William Shakespeare - Tue, 16 Jun 2020 18:22:54 EST rPln3GOk No.415408 Reply
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This documentary is far more interesting that the actual movie it covers. Another good one is Burden of Dream, the BTS documentary about the filming of Werner Herzog's Fitzcarraldo.

BTW, giving a thought on the matter I realize that I have never watched The Death of "Superman Lives": What Happened?, that one crowdfunded documentary about the Superman movie with Nic Cage that never happenes. Dunno, is it any good?
C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Mon, 13 Jul 2020 14:08:14 EST /Tr1eEJh No.415777 Reply
Relevant to this thread but there's a documentary coming out August 18 called Pretending I’m A Superman: The Tony Hawk Video Game Story, which is about the making of the first Tony Hawk's Pro Skater - https://youtu.be/AFpOA1Dr6v8

Was this real or an hallucination?

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- Tue, 02 Jun 2020 18:12:13 EST H26BxXxY No.415271
File: 1591135933093.jpg -(59442B / 58.05KB, 900x519) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Was this real or an hallucination?
I'm trying to figure out if this episode of Seinfeld I'm thinking of is a real episode of the show or some kind of hallucination or dream.

Jerry, George, and Elaine are standing in Jerry's apartment near the kitchen. Jerry (or somebody) drops a quarter. When he does he looks down, as does George and Elaine. Jerry looks toward the floor and throws his hands up like, "Where did it go?" And George says something like, "I've heard about this. Someone drops something on the ground and they NEVER see it again!" He also, being animated, wails his arms all around when he says this, acting like this is the worst day of his life so far, and what else could possibly go wrong.

Elaine says, "Well, it coundn't have just disappeared into thin air. Its gotta be somewhere. I mean we haven't even left the apartment."

This is a side story in this episode, so later on in the episode they're back in Jerry's apartment and Elaine is looking under the refrigerator, looking distraught and she stands up and like, "I dont get it. Its gotta be here"

At the end of the episode Kramer comes sliding through the door and slams it behind him and the audience cheers and applauds. He says something like, "can I get some cereal" or something, and when he takes a box of cereal off the shelf something catches his eye and he bends down and picks something up. He goes, "Hey! I found a quarter." and holds it up and they all look at each other with surprise on their faces and that bass starts playing (end pause, outro music, credits, etc).

If anyone knows what episode I'm speaking of please help me out with a link or wiki because I cant seem to find it anywhere it's almost like it doesn't even exist now but I know I saw it

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Cindy McPhearson - Mon, 06 Jul 2020 16:26:13 EST hZkKS+M1 No.415741 Reply
didnt even read passed your first sentence this was so bad

OP did a do, you tried doing the same and failed miserably, feel bad and shun yourself

Friendly reminder the "Matrix in a Matrix theory" is confirmed as canon by the directors

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- Sat, 22 Jun 2019 19:16:52 EST eC9hz/vo No.408280
File: 1561245412567.png -(3311144B / 3.16MB, 1920x1080) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Friendly reminder the "Matrix in a Matrix theory" is confirmed as canon by the directors
Did the Oracle and Architect know?
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Castiel - Tue, 30 Jun 2020 13:51:56 EST qpZppAMk No.415668 Reply
Newtons 2nd law would still have applications within a matrix. An object at rest would stay at rest unless another energy/force acts upon it
Arnold Schwarzenegger - Wed, 01 Jul 2020 07:13:33 EST pF5a7Z7H No.415676 Reply
Only some of the population are humans at a given time, to restart the world it would be a smaller gathering building up over time to allocate birth/death rates correctly.
Doesn't say much about family life, face to face with it. Nothing matters but if you rage against the machine and break free you could become a Prodigy.
Maybe the music they were into shows how hard out it is for them to be like that.

what is your favorite shonen anime????????????????????

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- Tue, 30 Jun 2020 19:28:04 EST uIx9Ym0z No.415672
File: 1593559684151.webm [mp4] -(6034411B / 5.75MB, 480x360) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. what is your favorite shonen anime????????????????????
mine used to be One Piece when it was good and well animated. But now it's so lazy, and ugly, and messy and just shit in general. What is weird is how the new sagas are overall trash, but still manage to have some magical beautiful moments here and there.


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- Sat, 27 Jun 2020 00:44:06 EST eMJIrjd0 No.415607
File: 1593233046678.png -(337455B / 329.55KB, 1713x850) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. SPIDER-MAN (2002) (SAM RAIMI)
Remember when this movie was advertised? Remember watching it when it came out? I was barely a teenager and I remember the theater I saw it with my parents. I'm sure the brought me to it but weren't too interested, but man it made an impression on me. I remember I'd be hanging out with friends in the living room when the music video would play. Chad Kroeger and Josey Scott singing in a dying tradition of Film Theme Songs.
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Carrie Fisher - Mon, 29 Jun 2020 17:44:41 EST QZdF1fnk No.415648 Reply
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I dont need to remember it because you're actually saying that based on the memes present-day circulating that show it. Yes, they had a poster of angry looking Spidey eyeballing the twin towers with the subttitles "Here comes the Spider-man." No it doesn't mean he was looking at it as the planes if anything he was looking at being the hero on the way there.
Instead, I bring you an even more comically outlandish view on the film
Godzilla - Mon, 29 Jun 2020 20:31:39 EST nf7rmBgK No.415650 Reply
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I just don't understand how did Sam Raimi get away with this.
Ben Stiller - Mon, 29 Jun 2020 22:04:14 EST vxHcd7/l No.415655 Reply
fuck you Chiggs watch The Wire jesus christ

Smiling Friends

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- Fri, 10 Apr 2020 19:56:54 EST zx1q0Nl5 No.414510
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New [Adult Swim] show.

Might recognize some names and voices. Think about Newgrounds, Stranger Things and Red Letter Media.

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Sean Combs - Wed, 24 Jun 2020 04:50:18 EST OXUcsPfR No.415552 Reply
So is this getting picked up for more episodes? It seems like everyone liked it, and had high streaming numbers.
Willow - Sun, 28 Jun 2020 23:12:05 EST 5QFQFiGU No.415632 Reply

And season 11/12/whatever of Robot Chicken starts in 48 minutes.

BWW: 13 Reasons Why I Like It When You Die Edition

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!lfsExjBfzE - Wed, 28 Aug 2019 01:09:19 EST RBdu29nx No.409630
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Continuing from the previous thread >>405082, bump the thread with what movies and television you are currently watching.
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Reinterpretation of Twin Peaks

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- Sat, 16 May 2020 19:53:10 EST WSqDIuOW No.414975
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If you're not familiar with the 90's TV show Twin Peaks, it is set in the Pacific Northwest US and centers on the murder of a girl named Laura Palmer, resident of the show's namesake town, and the supernatural nature of a string of similar crimes. The show presents the supernatural element as part of the local indigenous pantheon, consisting of two opposing "lodges", a white (good) and a black (evil). A malignant spirit named Bob, from the Black Lodge (there's the name of my future black metal band) has been on a murder/rape spree for perhaps centuries, certainly decades and is confronted in pitiful human capacity by the sleekly nerdy FBI Special Agent Dale Cooper, who meets a rather unfortunate fate. Eventually the murder is solved, as such, and the story is left in a literal limbo for 25 years until the show's creator (David Lynch) revisits his creation to bestow resolution that isn't actually a resolution because David Lynch.

Soon to the reinterpretation. We are told that Bob is a malignant spirit, capable of inhabiting human hosts, although later we find out that he is able to exist purely as himself also. I find myself wondering if Bob, along with various other denizens of the Black Lodge could be looked at as dginn. Bob makes an unknown offer to young Leland Palmer (Laura's dad) who is then "possessed" by Bob for the purposes of the aforementioned rape and murder. In Arabic folklore, the dginn often make a tempting offer only to then turn the tables and spring an unpleasant surprise on the one foolish enough to be taken in (Disney really cleaned up the image of the dginn for young audiences). Again to folklore, the dginn have their own language, unknown to human tongues, which can be seen in the strange backward-speak of the Black Lodge inhabitants. Also in folklore, the passage into the realm of the dginn is said to be like an unseen fabric that is pulled aside by those who are able, allowing 5he dginn (and the few initiated humans) to step between worlds as though passing between two curtains, which are featured prominently in the show (the passage into the Black Lodge is between two immense pleated red curtains). Of course folklore also attributes spectacular abilities to the dginn such as that of granting wishes, although it is also frequently hinted at that this is mostly lies by the dginn to trip up humans. Bob is not only able to possess human hosts, he is also able to travel via electricity, to appear as himself (a disembodied spirit) to potential victims, to trap the souls of victims in inanimate objects and possibly time travel.

Anyway, I like to think that Bob is a dginn and that the dginn of the Middle East are the same creatures that stalk the darkness of David Lynch's Pacific Northwest.


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- Wed, 20 May 2020 12:34:39 EST 6+iUGp52 No.415056
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Anybody excited? I am so excited, my eyes are so hard for this.
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Polly - Tue, 16 Jun 2020 16:55:47 EST oa2mmJAW No.415402 Reply
Space Force sucks. I'm going to talk about Reno 911 instead.
I like this show in short bursts but I find it hard to watch at times as the cast is so small it's distracting knowing that the perps are also the police cast. It would be more immersive if half the people they interacted with weren't also clearly played by the same troupe.
Brak - Thu, 25 Jun 2020 00:09:24 EST H9u9EJdN No.415571 Reply
Pentagon Wars (aka Bradley ifv/scout/tank program) did it better.


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- Fri, 12 Jun 2020 15:50:10 EST 4qWV9iIZ No.415357
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Talk about movies, whichever you want, positive of negative, old or new.
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Kurt Sutter - Mon, 22 Jun 2020 22:24:41 EST N0MYBzKR No.415531 Reply
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I (finally) saw Turbo Kid.

Funny how I’m a bigger expert of recent 80s homages than I am of actual 80s movies. Whether they’re minor homages like Super 8, The World’s End, and Ready Player One, or All-Out/borderline violent Grindhouse exploitation throwbacks like Drive, Hobo with a shotgun, Dredd, Kung Fury, Commando Ninja, Mandy, or even to some degree, Annihilation, I’m open to them so long as they’re thoroughly well done. The reason I prefer recent 80s homages over older ones like Napoleon Dynamite, Donnie Darko, and a rare one, Totally Awesome, is because there wasn’t a single 80s movie that was younger than 20-21 by the time the 10s began and people really understood the charm of even the most amateur 80s films enough to be inspired by them. Turbo Kid has been on my radar since the trailer came out, especially since the director of the aforementioned Hobo, Jason Eisener, was attached to produce. And let me tell ya: It’s definitely the cocoon to Mandy’s butterfly if Hobo was the caterpillar, in the sense that it still resembles a more bloated version of the latter despite the fact it’s flourishing to mature into something beautiful and truly fleshed out.
All you need to know is this: There’s these 2 characters, The Kid and a girl named Apple, who are trying to take down a tyrant named Zeus in a post-apocalyptic wasteland with the help of this Aussie cowboy named Frederic. While some nods to the decade are in our face like the rubik’s cube, the music, and costume design, others like the twist denouement and emotional motifs make it feel genuinely 80s if they were filmed with a camera from the future. As I previously mentioned: it’s not for the squeamish. But I see the more over-the-top scenes as aggressive filler for the more inspired moments that really bring these characters to life. It’s as gut-wrenching as it is well made, and this movie has guts in every sense of the word.
Err - Tue, 23 Jun 2020 07:43:54 EST Z0FVyMJS No.415536 Reply
That's a thin line? I never really put subversive and farcical together tbh.
Boxy Brown - Tue, 23 Jun 2020 07:46:44 EST YIauwTck No.415537 Reply
I am not sure about referring to Super 8 and RP1 as minor homages. I mean, the former is basically "what if Amblin from the 80s produced a film in 2011" and yay-yay was obviously trying HARD to emulate 80s Spielberg, and as for the latter... well, it is Ready Player One.

BTW, have you watched The Void? It is not really great, but at least works as a nice throwback to 80s style horror, and the creators clearly are fanboys of both The Thing and Hellraiser.

the office

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- Sun, 14 Jun 2020 12:54:48 EST wnvPuIpY No.415374
File: 1592153688102.jpg -(52445B / 51.22KB, 640x480) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. the office
would you rather ride an ostrich or watch the office?
would you rather flip off a police officer or watch the office?
would you rather install ubuntu or watch the office?
would you rather pet a zebra or watch the office?
would you rather sell DMT or watch the office?
would you rather pop a wheelie or watch the office?
would you rather slap a mannequin or watch the office?
would you rather do a handstand or watch the office?
would you rather adopt a chihuahua or watch the office?
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Buffy Summers - Sat, 20 Jun 2020 13:27:42 EST +vUMtM0L No.415498 Reply
The office definitely has a soul crushing aspect to it, at least people are getting laid on parks and rec
[name redacted] !h55/E7mIo6 - Sat, 20 Jun 2020 13:44:48 EST IxGEkWNf No.415499 Reply
I think it's because The Office (US) doesn't really move people professionally. Like it goes from the branch about to be closed, to the branch isn't closed but they have to take in new people for about the first 5 seasons, whereas in Parks and Rec in the same time Leslie wins the election and becomes councilwoman. The Office (US) usually has the job in the background and the complications be character vs character, whereas Parks and Rec usually has the complication as characters vs job responsibility.

Also Scrubs is better than both.

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