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Last night we watched Astral (or tried to) after maybe 15 min we turned it off because it just kind of sucked and was slow..
We ended up watching Slender Man instead which was good but creepy imo...
This afternoon I'm watching Mile 22 :)
 

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Muriel Schwenck

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Watched "Morning Departure" 1951. John Mills, Nigel Patrick, R Attenborough, James Hayter. Submarine rescue drama.
That was so depressing so I cheered myself up with "The Pickwick Papers" 1952, also starring Hayter and Patrick
 

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roadsidehorror

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The clovehitch killer.

It seems loosely based on BTK. More drama than horror. I don't think I heard one curse word and it has zero gore. What it does have is suspense out the wazoo! Excellent film.....
 

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Muriel Schwenck

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Didn't watch a movie, listened to a great bbc radio play on youtube
"The Fall of the Sparrow" by Nigel Balchin. The "career" course of a mentally fragile man.

Sad listening but in the end a. compassionate view of mental illness from the POV of a lifelong friend who witnessed it all , tried help constructively, but wouldn't be a victim of the man's personal tragedy.
Very Somerset Maughamian.
I must read more of Nigel Balchin!
 

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I saw Anna and the Apocalypse at the theater. A Christmas zombie musical set in a Scottish high school. A totally irresistible combination for me. It was awesome. Good musical numbers, lots of black comedy, zombies, Santa, a zombie Santa. What's not to like?
 

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Muriel Schwenck

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Red Army Soldiers "Russian Soldiers' Dance". I know the film is grainy but how can you not smile at so much exuberance?
The Soviet Army drafted ballet dancers for this dance troupe. Great propaganda.
 
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I just got done watching it and I loved it! There is a book!? Is it called bird box as well?
At the end of Bird Box it said based on a novel by Josh Malerman. Just checked IMDB and the book is also called Bird Box. Can't wait to read it.
 

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Found this on youtube while on a trip on Nostalgia Lane. Now I need to get the disc.

I highly suggest this movie.

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Machine Gun Kelly was perfect for this flick.
 

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Satanica

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The Loved Ones

2009 Aussie horror thriller teen scream gore fest. That's pretty much all I want to say about it, because I truly enjoyed not knowing anything about the plot and then having it all unfold during the film. I don't think you'll find another one like this, and the ending was to die for, ha ha.

Really, don't watch the trailer if you're actually going to watch the movie. It's way too much fun for spoilers.
 

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I saw Arctic last night. An Icelandic film, in theaters now. It was quite good, and the actor was amazing.
 

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Turd Fergusen

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Ok, I went the see The Upside on Monday night. I was more hungry for the popcorn than anything else. As much as I like Bryan Cranston, this movie was pretty crappy. Looking at IMDB I see that this was filmed in 2017. So seems like a shitty movie that the studio decided to sit on until they could bank on some outside publicity (say one of the stars backing out of hosting the Oscars or greenlighting of a Breaking Bad movie?????).
 

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Satanica

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Same with Captain Marvel. So bad they're already doing damage control and it hasn't even been released. Like a bitch, Rotten Tomatoes disabled comments/ratings about the movie.
 

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The Loved Ones

2009 Aussie horror thriller teen scream gore fest. That's pretty much all I want to say about it, because I truly enjoyed not knowing anything about the plot and then having it all unfold during the film. I don't think you'll find another one like this, and the ending was to die for, ha ha.

Really, don't watch the trailer if you're actually going to watch the movie. It's way too much fun for spoilers.
Def a trash trailer. Not only do they show too much, but where's that "Not Pretty Enough Song"? haha, so great.

Loved Ones is so fucking great.

It took like a fucking decade, but the director finally did a followup that came out a year or two ago called The Devils Candy. Not a slasher, not gruesome like Loved Ones, instead it's a more slow burn, pyschological horror focused creeper. Still can see the directors clearcut care for the genre at work, and his drive to create something very unique and original. Not as strong as Loved Ones i don't think, but still worth checking out...


Ok, I went the see The Upside on Monday night. I was more hungry for the popcorn than anything else. As much as I like Bryan Cranston, this movie was pretty crappy. Looking at IMDB I see that this was filmed in 2017. So seems like a shitty movie that the studio decided to sit on until they could bank on some outside publicity (say one of the stars backing out of hosting the Oscars or greenlighting of a Breaking Bad movie?????).
Remake of a French film i believe, also awful although from what i understand not as forcefed overly sentimental and schmaltzy.

Fuck it's a shame what Cranston has done with his career. Really wish hed just go back to tv. Guess he's had a few good roles, but his biggest ones are just trash.
 

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Satanica

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Oh, yeah, The Devil's Candy is great.

I checked out The Guest House (2017) over the weekend. All I knew about it was what is in the brief blurb you can see below. Really, I still believe the less one knows about these movies, the better. That's definitely the case with this one, because the build up (and, thus, most of the movie) doesn't work otherwise. You go into the film knowing something is going to be fucked up. You just don't know why, what, or how and gradually finding out is what makes the movie entertaining.

 

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