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Old 03-19-2013, 07:58 AM   #38741
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Lynch's first film revolves around Henry Spencer, who tries to survive his industrial environment, his angry girlfriend, and the unbearable screams of his newly born mutant child.
This movie was one big fucking nightmare, from start to finish. I felt exactly I was into one, it grasps you by the throat and doesn't leave hold of it. Totally surreal, bizarre and often very repulsive and many horror elements too. 100% Lynch.
Don't know how to rate it, but its definitely a movie worth owning. Everybody, who is into horror, should see it.
Big fan of Lynch, and I think Eraserhead is great. But I gotta say I prefer most of Lynch's other films over it, like Blue Velvet, Wild at Heart, Lost Highway and Mulholland Drive.
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Big fan of Lynch, and I think Eraserhead is great. But I gotta say I prefer most of Lynch's other films over it, like Blue Velvet, Wild at Heart, Lost Highway and Mulholland Drive.
Wild At Heart...I love this movie so much. The media got mega excited about the graphic violence in it - this was the trigger to see it in theater.
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Old 03-19-2013, 08:34 AM   #38743
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Wild At Heart...I love this movie so much. The media got mega excited about the graphic violence in it - this was the trigger to see it in theater.
Wild at Heart is fucking awesome. The violence, soundtrack, and visuals are great, and the casting is absolutely crazy.
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Old 03-19-2013, 08:46 AM   #38744
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Old 03-19-2013, 10:57 AM   #38745
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Lynch's first film revolves around Henry Spencer, who tries to survive his industrial environment, his angry girlfriend, and the unbearable screams of his newly born mutant child.
This movie was one big fucking nightmare, from start to finish. I felt exactly I was into one, it grasps you by the throat and doesn't leave hold of it. Totally surreal, bizarre and often very repulsive and many horror elements too. 100% Lynch.
Don't know how to rate it, but its definitely a movie worth owning. Everybody, who is into horror, should see it.
I love Lynch and it has been many years since I've seen some of his films so I might give them a revisit. Problem is the blu ray releases have been poor, especially in the U.K. The boxset had to be recalled due to terrible glitches and even individual films like wild at heart had a shoddy transfer and was even cut. Apparently the boxset has been fixed so might risk buying it soon. Annoying that such incredible films are treated so poorly.
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Black Horse Canyon - A wild black stallion called Outlaw frees lots of mares 'cos he likes four-legged hotties, so some cowboys have to try to capture and tame him.

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Stoker 2013 (9/10) - Thought Park Chan-wook did a superb job on this and its probably my 2nd favorite of his behind Mr. Vengeance. The depth to the film and the color scheme felt almost Kubrickian at times. Only criticism is things seemed to tie to well together at the end and if it remained more ominous it would have hit harder in my opinion.
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Stoker 2013 (9/10) - Thought Park Chan-wook did a superb job on this and its probably my 2nd favorite of his behind Mr. Vengeance. The depth to the film and the color scheme felt almost Kubrickian at times. Only criticism is things seemed to tie to well together at the end and if it remained more ominous it would have hit harder in my opinion.
Troof. It was so marvelously photographed, that it instantly reminded me of the great and meticulous cinematography in pictures like the ones of Fincher & co. It was indeed a great feast for the eyes,a side form the great acting of Wasikowska.


I predict that Wasikowska will become a great actress someday. She was so hot in that film too.
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Revenge of the Ninja - this is truly a b-movie martial arts flick with some hilarious scenes, and some slowed down, but decent action. Starring Sho Kosugi, watch as he dispatched a ninja star from his belt buckle, after fighting the village people, and after he hits his target, he swag walks away. Watch as a little 4-5 yr old kid gets in a long karate fight with a grown woman, and while you are thinking that she should just grab the boy, and tote him away, that's exactly what she does in the end. Pretty hilarious revenge story here. 7/10

BKO: Bangkok Knockout - decent movie about a team of martial artists, who are tricked into playing a deadly gameshow after they win a MA tournament. The actors are charismatic, and the martial arts is kinetic, and well choreographed. Lil goofy at times with some of the comedy, but that's just the asian way, I guess. 8/10
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