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But he's so young and not crazy looking!

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Mon Aug 18, 2014 5:19 am
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But, he's so cute and fresh-faced!

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Mon Aug 18, 2014 5:21 am
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I don't actually know which one it is, the only young Hoppers I've seen are Night Tide and Rebel Without a Cause. But I did watch Bloodbath, which is a pretty fucked up movie about pretty fucked up people. And he looks like he did in Apocalypse Now, which is pretty near the top as far as Hopper appearances go.

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Mon Aug 18, 2014 5:27 am
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It's Giant.

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Mon Aug 18, 2014 5:36 am
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Did you know James Dean was a huge influence on him? I bet you didn't know that.

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Mon Aug 18, 2014 5:49 am
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Dean who?

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Mon Aug 18, 2014 5:54 am
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Dean who?


You know, the porno guy?

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Mon Aug 18, 2014 5:56 am
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My fellow Corrians,
It's the most wonderful time of the year again!
Ghouls and goblins, blood and boobs, the good and
the grindhouse!
A Halloween free for all,
download any horror from either KG or PTP
do a review and get a juicy 5GB bonus on KG.
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Download any horror film from either this MUBI list or this one,
and get a juicy 15GB bonus on KG.
Finally, write an epic review of Darkwalker (Draven, 2003),
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Thu Oct 02, 2014 9:57 am
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IN IT TO WIN IT

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Thu Oct 02, 2014 4:43 pm
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you have my axe


Thu Oct 02, 2014 8:08 pm
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IN IT TO WIN IT


I expect nothing less than essays with links and pictures from you!

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Thu Oct 02, 2014 8:32 pm
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Do the screenshot guess films and all the Romython films count for the 10GB bonus?


Thu Oct 02, 2014 11:22 pm
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Do the screenshot guess films and all the Romython films count for the 10GB bonus?


Yeah, sure. As long as they be dem horror

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Fri Oct 03, 2014 6:59 am
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(No bonus, please, Kayden, you've given me enough already and I downloaded this elsewhere)

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Eat shit and die and take photographs and listen to Bach. :up:


Sat Oct 04, 2014 10:11 pm
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Download any horror film from either this MUBI list or this one

Grabbed one or two from these.

I do hate it when these lists have 15-20 films from one director, though.

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Sun Oct 05, 2014 1:10 am
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Not sure if I'm really a fan of the extreme kinds of horror, wiggs. I watched Cannibal Holocaust a good couple years ago and could only do the edited version but even that was a bit excessive for me.

JEDI ARE YOU GOING TO WATCH DARKWALKER AKA. THE MOVIE WITH LYNX AND LAMB

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Mon Oct 06, 2014 1:08 am
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KAYDEN'S HALLOWEEN SO FAR:

The Toy Box: psychodelic sci fi softcore with terrible dubbing, nonsensical but colourful. And Uschi Digard has sex with a bed sheet.
The Velvet Vampire: I actually really liked this one. Loved the soundtrack, and the hippie dude from Beyond the Valley of the Dolls is in it! Reminded me a bit of Let's Scare Jessica to Death but trashier.
Innocent Blood: Anne Parillaud <3
Frogs: Just watched this, the frogs don't even do anything

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Mon Oct 06, 2014 1:13 am
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Do most people like Fulci's giallos more than his zombie films? I rewatched The Beyond for the first time in a million years and was planning on going through a few more of his. I actually loathed it the first time I saw it, but I think my love for grindhouse cinema has changed my opinion of it now. Fulci definitely has talent with visuals, but I think Blake said he found a lot of his stuff to be lazy which I'd probably agree with. He loves his splatter and doesn't really seem to care how he fits it into the film as long as it's there (the acid scene in the autopsy room, I'm looking at you). And he loves his zooms and close ups, something I remember Franco really doing a lot as well.

OH, and it takes place in New Orleans. I WILL BE THERE ONE DAY.

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Mon Oct 06, 2014 11:51 am
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JEDI ARE YOU GOING TO WATCH DARKWALKER AKA. THE MOVIE WITH LYNX AND LAMB

I did actually search for this on PTP but couldn't find anything...

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I did actually search for this on PTP but couldn't find anything...


It's on there but it's dead. CG has it as well. I, personally, own it on DVD.

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Mon Oct 06, 2014 11:46 pm
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I chose Short Night of Glass Dolls from the first Mubi list, my first Lado. This is a slick, well-acted film that makes good use of its beautiful Prague setting, but, aside from a couple of unnerving images, never reaches the creepy atmospheric heights I associate with the best of the genre. There are a lot of balls in the air here – a love triangle, a sudden disappearance, a medical mystery, journalistic investigation, and plenty of Eastern bloc bureaucracy and malice. Unfortunately, none of this quite prepares us for the supremely weird conspiracy at its heart. Still, it's an entertaining thing, with just a tinge of black comedy. So many mustache closeups, though! You think I'm joking:
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Wed Oct 08, 2014 7:40 am
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I watched Tenebre (guess we're all on giallo kicks this year?). In all honesty, I tend to forgot everything about this kind of film and I can barely remember which giallo is which after a bit. Tenebre, HOWEVER, has that lovely music and this scene:



I won't forget that for a long time. <3

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Wed Oct 08, 2014 10:16 am
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i'm pretty certain tenebre is in my top all time 20 at this point

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i'm pretty certain tenebre is in my top all time 20 at this point


I watched it because I thought it was Inferno.

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HEY JEDI, have you seen Leonor?

Are you a fan of Muti, yes?

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les demoniaques (rollin, 1974)
rollin's sense of mood and visual acumen are compelling, and it's cool to see a film where you root for the living dead, as it were, but the dialogue is shit, the characters are flat, and the film is too high-pitched most of the time. not a patch on fascination. the sound is good most of the time but the score is too much, for one. it's disjointed without feeling free-floating, just a collection of random rapey vignettes. it really does look great, however: rollin uses these abandoned ruins for maximum atmospheric effect, and everyone just looks weird, both costume-wise and facial expression-wise. see for yourself (partly NSFW, and a fuckload of screenshots, so spoilered):
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HEY JEDI, have you seen Leonor?

Are you a fan of Muti, yes?

NEVER HEARD OF HER

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Wed Oct 15, 2014 4:42 pm
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Thanks for the GBs! I'll have more for you from that first list (the second list is fun, but not as horror-y plus I've seen quite a few already) in the next couple of days.


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NEVER HEARD OF HER


Have you heard of LYNX AND LAMB though? Bonus is getting cold, you know.

MacCarmarcy, I actually did like that Rollin, but yeah... it's definitely one of his more uncomfortable films. I don't really even consider most of his stuff to be violent (like, despite all the vampires and killing and stuff) but that final scene in Les Demoniaques is pretty warped. The dude is all rapey and strangley while the brunette pirate lady gets off.

And yeah, nothing he did touches Fascination. NOTHING.

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Have you heard of LYNX AND LAMB though? Bonus is getting cold, you know.

Dropbox?

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Thu Oct 16, 2014 2:37 pm
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Welfare case.

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death laid an egg (questi, 1968)
mostly very strange, occasionally quite funny. bad dubbing but great late 60s poppy/psychedelic cinematography and editing, the latter done by the writer, arcalli, which is fairly unusual already. trintignant a bit wasted. uncomfortably straddles the divide between 'art movies' and gialli, with some apparent critique of consumerism that never really goes anywhere, but does makes it stand out from its brethren. read somethingawful's 'review' of it if you want a laugh, take a look at some great images in the meantime (is it just me, or does one of them look a lot like jodie?):
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death laid an egg (questi, 1968)
mostly very strange, occasionally quite funny. bad dubbing but great late 60s poppy/psychedelic cinematography and editing, the latter done by the writer, arcalli, which is fairly unusual already. trintignant a bit wasted. uncomfortably straddles the divide between 'art movies' and gialli, with some apparent critique of consumerism that never really goes anywhere, but does makes it stand out from its brethren. read somethingawful's 'review' of it if you want a laugh, take a look at some great images in the meantime (is it just me, or does one of them look a lot like jodie?):
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FIRST, Trintignant is never wasted BECAUSE HE SUCKS.

Second, are you talking about the top left cap? Ewa Aulin is great, I actually used that one as an av before. She's in another trippy giallo bu Tinto Brass as well.

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Sat Oct 25, 2014 6:01 am
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I am, yeah. I've got that one lined up, it's on the second list.
And how dare you, Trintignant is one of the best ever.


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I am, yeah. I've got that one lined up, it's on the second list.
And how dare you, Trintignant is one of the best ever.


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Sat Oct 25, 2014 11:52 am
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Just watched Valerie and her Week of Wonders. I got it from CG so wouldn't get the bonus anyway, but do you think it fits the thread? I've always heard it described as more of a fantasy/fairy tale film but it has a lot in common with other Euro-horror films of the time.


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Just watched Valerie and her Week of Wonders. I got it from CG so wouldn't get the bonus anyway, but do you think it fits the thread? I've always heard it described as more of a fantasy/fairy tale film but it has a lot in common with other Euro-horror films of the time.


I actually see it pop up on a bunch for horror lists. And CG is fine, my Lynx and Lamb film is only available on there anyway.

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Sat Oct 25, 2014 11:25 pm
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Ah, cool, I'll have something up here tomorrow then.


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LYNX AND LAMB

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such a weird obsession


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such a weird obsession


That's what you people said about Jodie Foster.

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I downloaded Beyond the Valley of the Dolls but still need to watch it. But also have had it downloaded for a while.

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valerie and her week of wonders (jires, 1970)
every image is a painting, there's rape, incest, lesbianism, and vampires, and it's so rich in atmosphere and symbolism i don't think i could get along with anyone who doesn't like it. a dark, beautiful fairy tale in the mould of brothers grimm. the sound and music are fantastic as well. i would say more about it but it's been discussed a lot around these parts and i only really just sat there and let it wash over me.
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satan bouche un coin (bouyxou, marongiu, 1968)
a series of discombobulated images, including a flaccid penis, a skinless cadaver, a man in a mask with a manic grin licking a woman with a frozen facial expression, a man wrestling and subsequently making out with a marble bust. weird, obviously, slightly unsettling, but also extremely hard to take seriously. great use of danse macabre. worth a watch just for how nonsensical and yet strangely effective it is. it's only ten minutes long, which is good, because it would outstay its welcome very quickly past that.
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all the colours of the dark (martino, 1972)
as a cinematic experience, this is an absolute delight. the sense of overwhelming dread and impending doom permeates every shot, the cinematography is so incredibly fluid and uses widescreen in such effective ways, nicolai has rarely been better, and fenech, who can't park for shit does a lot with a thankless 'scream queen' role. the plot and the dialogue are a lot weaker than in il tuo vizio..., as is the ending, and that film has more interesting villains, but the packaging is so sumptuous that it's very easy to overlook all of these flaws. much like suspiria, if i tried to break the film down objectively by its respective elements, it would seem fairly average, but the visceral elements are undeniably outstanding and help swallow the silliness of the rest.
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Yo I know I've been MIA for a bit but this shit iz going down!!!

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Diabolik is wonderful, but it's about as close to horror as it is to western musicals.


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Successive Slidings of Pleasure | Alain Robbe-Grillet, 1974

Trintignant's hideous face and Georges-Picot's hideous implants aside, this was actually surprisingly watchable. Robbe-Grillet has always been obsessed with the procedure of police investigations, but rarely are they as fragmented as this one. When it comes to his anti-narratives, people seem hung up on coherence when it's so much more fun to simply sit back and soak up the symbolic images and visual signposts. These images are satisfying, even if the narrative - the structure of which appears to trace a vague circular form - isn't particularly comprehensible. It seems Robbe-Grillet wishes to deconstruct the whole murder mystery format, presenting it as experimental scenes that range from redolent to ridiculous. Other than that, who cares?

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Diabolik is wonderful, but it's about as close to horror as it is to western musicals.


True but it's still on one of those MUBI lists so I've been meaning to get around to it. I have a number of other films from there already downloaded too so I'll see if I can make room for one.

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Anicée Alvina mmm

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Do you have the solutions to the second screencap challenge? Wanna check if there's any interesting-looking horror films among them.


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Do you have the solutions to the second screencap challenge? Wanna check if there's any interesting-looking horror films among them.


I don't think so, my laptop with that stuff got fried a long time ago.

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