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  1. H.P. Pufncraft
    11-06-2013 07:12 PM
    H.P. Pufncraft
    We definitely need more of the diverse side.

    Do you plan on joining the Cult Draft?
  2. H.P. Pufncraft
    11-06-2013 07:02 PM
    H.P. Pufncraft
    Hey Sean, regardless of some of my ratings, I just want to say thanks for bringing some different things to the draft this year, especially Sick Nurses.
  3. DeathbyIggy
    11-04-2013 12:44 PM
    DeathbyIggy
    Just wanted to wish you good luck in our match later today!
  4. H.P. Pufncraft
    10-28-2013 02:46 PM
    H.P. Pufncraft
    I still need to check that out.
  5. H.P. Pufncraft
    10-28-2013 02:39 PM
    H.P. Pufncraft
    I wish. I'll add it right now.

    Awesome, hope you like it. Diabolique taped today so I'll watch it tonight.
  6. H.P. Pufncraft
    10-28-2013 12:53 PM
    H.P. Pufncraft
    Hey man, do you have a Drafter's Choice Recommendation? It's the film you want people to check out above all the others. If you have one, I can highlight the pick in Yellow on the Draft Thread.
  7. H.P. Pufncraft
    10-23-2013 09:45 PM
    H.P. Pufncraft
    It might be. I only used Netflix once. It was the one month free trial and I used it for last year's horror draft.

    There's some pretty freaky imagery in that one, like the scene with the fetuses. I liked how it was a demon as opposed to a regular ghost. For goofier demon movies, I'd recommend either Mausoleum or Geek's film Nightmare Sisters.
  8. H.P. Pufncraft
    10-23-2013 09:28 PM
    H.P. Pufncraft
    If you're interested, I think his clips from the show are on Youtube.

    Yes, we'll have a week to catch up, which will hopefully give people enough time to check out the more obscure picks. I'm hoping classic horror fans will give Chamber of Horrors a shot.
  9. H.P. Pufncraft
    10-23-2013 09:13 PM
    H.P. Pufncraft
    You should check out the episodes of the FX show Louie where Lynch guest stars as a late night tv producer. He's hilarious.

    Cool.

    I've taken some time off from work for personal reasons, so in the meantime I've been able to watch at least 6 picks for every list.
  10. H.P. Pufncraft
    10-23-2013 08:57 PM
    H.P. Pufncraft
    I'm a fan of Lynch as well (Although I really didn't like Wild at Heart).

    I've wanted to see it ever since I saw a clip from it on one of those "Scariest Movie Moments" shows.

    Hope you enjoy Toby Dammit. It's only 40 minutes long and a lot of it is a parody of the entertainment industry, but the horror elements are definitely there.

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  • About Colonel Cinematic
    Location
    Thornton, Colorado
    Interests
    Film, Meditation, Photography, Oriental Food, Skate-boarding, Meeting New People, and etc.
    Favorite Horror Movie
    Ju-On: The Curse (Original TV Movie Made Before Ju-On The Grudge.
    Music
    Trance Music, House Music, Dubstep, Drum & Bass, Drumstep, Film Scores, Indie Rock, and Underground Hip-Hop
    Movies
    The Fountain, A Clockwork Orange, Being John Malkovich, Blue Velvet, Monsters, Encounters At The End Of The World, Black Dynamite, Dogtooth, Hour Of The Wolf, Ponyo, The White Ribbon, Spiral, The Fall, The Devil's Backbone, Laid To Rest, Brick, Zombie Girl: The Movie, Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind, Fish Tank, The Horseman, The Big Lebowski, Enter The Void, 2001: A Space Odyssey, Trick 'R Treat, Naked Lunch, Cronos, Let The Right One In, Antichrist, Shutter (Original Thai Film), Session 9, The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari, Lady Vengeance, Tetsuo: The Iron, Oldboy, Onibaba, Delicatessen, Suspiria, A Tale Of Two Sisters, Audition, and the list goes on.
    TV
    Cowboy Bebop, Big-O, Twin Peaks, and Six Feet Under
    Sex
    Male
  • Signature
    Colonel Cinematic's All Genre Draft List

    1. Solaris (2002) - Steven Soderbergh
    2. Man on Wire (200 - James Marsh
    3. The Tree of Life (2011) - Terrence Malick
    4. The Vanishing (198 - George Sluizer
    5. Killer Joe (2012) - William Friedkin
    6. House of Sand and Fog (2004) - Vladim Perelman
    7. 13 Tzameti (2005) - Gela Babluani
    8. Amelie (2001) - Jean-Pierre Jeunet
    9. The Master (2012) - Paul Thomas Anderson
    10. Wild at Heart (1990) - David Lynch

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