Kiho said:
I cannot believe that <Shawn of the dead> is not on your list!
Loses steam after they make it to the pub.
ever watch the house by the cemetery?
most recent zombie film i watched was shivers... for a movie based on a parasite that turns the host into a sex zombie, there wasn't any dirty scenes. i feel so let down by that aesthetic
Is a sex zombie a zombie that has sex, or a brainwashed person who only does sex? Cuz the first one is necrophilia, and Emmy don't play with no necrophilia.
kokiriloz said:
ever watch the house by the cemetery?
I love Fulci but despise that movie because of that fucking kid. I don't know if it was just because of the English dub making him annoying or what, but I wanted him to violently die.
Seems like the new GitS movie isn't fairing well in the reviews department.
Good. Maybe this trend of anime adaptations will stop if studios realize they won't sell. Some nigger is already trying to make a live action Akira.
They're making a live-action Death Note movie for Netflix too.

Huh... Willem Defoe is voicing Ryuk. That's kinda cool.
I suggest everyone to watch Prestige and Book Thief, great story and perfect actor play, 10/10
@emery, they were alive but being controlled by the parasites, not necessarily brainwashed
kokiriloz said:
@emery, they were alive but being controlled by the parasites, not necessarily brainwashed
As long as they're not rotting corpses. :p

And thanks for answering me too.
Freenight said:
Dark Tower trailer

Those bastards.
What is that, a live action adaptation of SAO season 2?
Guardians of the Galaxy 2 was the last straw for me. I'm done with super hero movies.
It took you this long to come to that conclusion, Cade? Except for the comic series staring Sylvester Stallone (Judge Dread, Demolition Man) which I classify as comedies, these super hero movies stretch "suspension of belief" a full turn past shear.
Suspension of belief has nothing to do with it. I expect dumb camp in comic book movies, it's just that this was the most obnoxious thing I've ever sat through in a theatre.

But on a better note, I watched a great SOV monster movie called ''Death Row Diner'' where the ghost/zombie of a executed movie producer rises from the dead and murders a film crew shooting in the prison he was killed in. Was very Troma-esque in that it was just goofy and tongue-in-cheek.
Watched Koe no Katachi today. The most high quality/detailed anime movie I've seen till now. Recommended for both visuals and story.
George A. Romero dead.
Watch "LOGAN", one of the best film this 2017
I finally watched "Labyrinth" today. I really liked it a lot. Bowie did a great job playing Jareth, and all the characters were really likable. Sir Didymus was my favorite.
''all the characters were really likable''

Main girl's a twerp.
Cade said:
''all the characters were really likable''

Main girl's a twerp.
She got better towards the end, I think. Kinder. That was the whole point of the story, really.

Plus she was very pretty (which has nothing to do with acting but still).
You should check out <Pan's Labyrinth>. The main character smarts up real quick.
Yeah, I wanna see that one too. I was confused for a long time because I thought they were somehow linked, but it turns out they're totally different stories. They just both have a labyrinth. Derp.

I know that they're very different in tone and visuals.
Call of Heros How to describe this other than as an awesome Chinese style western, complete with the proper spaghetti western style theme music.....but with amazing fight scenes, a plot and a message. Well worth the watch.
I recently watched The Adventures of Baron Munchausen (1988) directed by Terry Gilliam. I really, really enjoyed it. It was so weird, and I really liked Robin Williams' (credited as Ray D. Tutto), Oliver Reed's, and Uma Thurman's performances in particular (and I love seeing Eric Idle in stuff in general). I loved the look of everything too.

The only complaint I have is that the ending confuses me greatly.
Jerry Lewis is dead. :(
Last movies I saw were
Noctural animals
Blade Runner 2049 is some Mad Max quality sequel-ing. Highly recommend.
I think the last movie I watched was The Grand Budapest Hotel. I watched it twice. I'd say it's one of the best movies I've ever seen. It was very aesthetically pleasing as well.
The Grand Budapest Hotel - A wonderfully witty but a bit sad movie. Thank you for reminding me of it, it has been a while since I watched it - Re-watched it to night. As you say, the film is aesthetically beautiful - truly film, not a mere movie.