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Old 2006-01-07, 22:59
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yeah i like comdey and some horror

resdinet evil 1 was alright but res 2 just sucked

harold and kuma go to white castle is 1 of the funnest movies ever

freddy vs jason was alright

jason x sucked ass
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Hellraiser.


Yes, those movies are still being made today. I think there are 9 of them now.

Pinhead is fucking grim as it gets.

See all Hellraiser movies. They are all fucked up.
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I would have never thought you liked Hellraiser, Souly.
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Old 2006-01-08, 02:04
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Yes, those movies are still being made today. I think there are 9 of them now.

Shit i only thought there was 3 and i seen those. The 3rd one was pretty poor though.
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Haha yeah, I saw it a couple of days ago. It looked like the kind of movie that goes straight to video.
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the Evil Dead movies are great, and Shaun of the Dead was good to, watched them both last night
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Old 2006-01-08, 11:44
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German films:

Aguirre, The Wrath of God
Fitzcarraldo
Even Dwarves Started Small
Nosferatu (both Murnau and Herzog)
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Heart of Glass
Wings of Desire
Woyzeck
Ali: Fear Eats the Soul
The American Friend
The Princess and the Warrior
Dr. Mabuse
The Blue Angel
The Blue Light
Olympia
The Triumph of the Will
The Marquise of O...
The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari
The Golem
The Diary of a Lost Girl

Though if you're only watching it to improve in the language you may as well just find any film in German. They've made a lot of the years, and a lot of them are easily available.

Vol. 2 is pretty much the opposite of Vol. 1. I've lost most of my enthusiasm for the first one but still like certain things about the second. Less shopkeeping, more filmmaking. It's kind of a joke to call Tarantino an original, though I still like him some.
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The Exorcist
The Exorcist II Heretic
The Exorcist III
Exorcist,The Beginning
The Exorcism of Emily Rose
Boondock Saints
Kill Bill 1&2
Resovoir Dogs
Natural Born Killers
Halloween
Halloween H2O
Texas Chainsaw Massacre (all but the newest one)
Dawn of the Dead (old and new)
Night of the Living Dead
Evil Dead 1,2 & 3
Slingblade
Full Metal Jacket
Ace Ventura (first one)
Batman
Batman Returns
Batman Forever
Batman Begins
White Noise
Blade 1,2 &3
Old School
Anchorman
Bad Santa
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German films:

Aguirre, The Wrath of God
Fitzcarraldo
Even Dwarves Started Small
Nosferatu (both Murnau and Herzog)
M
Heart of Glass
Wings of Desire
Woyzeck
Ali: Fear Eats the Soul
The American Friend
The Princess and the Warrior
Dr. Mabuse
The Blue Angel
The Blue Light
Olympia
The Triumph of the Will
The Marquise of O...
The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari
The Golem
The Diary of a Lost Girl

Though if you're only watching it to improve in the language you may as well just find any film in German. They've made a lot of the years, and a lot of them are easily available.

Vol. 2 is pretty much the opposite of Vol. 1. I've lost most of my enthusiasm for the first one but still like certain things about the second. Less shopkeeping, more filmmaking. It's kind of a joke to call Tarantino an original, though I still like him some.


How come the titles are all in English?

Either way, that's quite the prodigious list. Thanks.
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Good films in german
The Downfall
Das Experiment
Run Lola Run(I am not sure abou the title)
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Old 2006-01-08, 13:08
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Because German can be translated into English, and has been in the case of every single one of these titles. Because I'm not pretentious enough to have memorized all of those titles in German, especially as several are best known under their English names. Because you'll be better off looking for these under their English titles. Every single film I mentioned's available on DVD, which allows you to turn the subtitling off if you don't want it.
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Old 2006-01-08, 19:13
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You'd have to.

Saw Match Point yesterday. It was worth the absurd price to go see it and made up for the two uninteresting movies I saw last year following Woody and Scarlett. He made a neat little serious film without trading cinematic effect for sterile philosophizing and she continues to amaze me with how much better she understands how to be sexy on film than most actresses out there. That's partially him, too. I'd recommend it.

Now I only have The New World to see before I can get back to avoiding paying $15.50 for the pleasure of parking my car and watching a series of commercials followed eventually by a movie. Anybody else looking forward to that?
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Old 2006-01-08, 21:47
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Donnie Darko
Labyrinth
Dark City
OH YEAH I forgot to mention Bad Boy Bubby - This is one of the most fucked up films. Bubby is raised from a baby in an apartment room. He is like 34, he has never ever left the house. He is mentally disabled, well at least never had any education. This is a fucked up movie [and I mean fucked up] about incest, denial of God, and his adventures as Bubby kills his mother and breaks out into the streets. Some of the events are having sex with a Red Cross worker, joining a bnad and going to prison, but this movie is ALWAYS nitty gritty and watching it will make you feel dirty, I mean its explicit for no reason at all. But its good and has some messages in it.

yeah, i own those first three. Labyrinth was my first "favorite" movie (since i remember) back when i was 6 or 7. Of coarse Donnie darko rules. Dark city is great. But ive never heard of that last one, sounds interesting. Ill try and check it out.

The movies i like are:
The three Infinity said above
Timeline
Excalibur
The vikings
Dragonslayer
War of the worlds
The hole
The butterfly effect
Punch drunk love
Interview with the vampire
The ring 1&2
The girl next door
I heart huckabees (watching now)
Kill bill 1&2
American pie (all)
Detroit rock city
House on haunted hill
Thirteen ghosts
White oleander
The shining
Fortress
Trojan war
Teenage cavemen
Killer Klowns
Go
Slackers
The excorsist
SLC punk
100 wemon
100 girls
Road trip
Euro trip
Jackass
The virgin suicides
The texas chainsaw massacre
Stateside
Freddy got fingered
It
Back to the future
The time machine
Big trouble in little china
Most Jackie chan movies
Lord of the rings trilogy
Bongwater
Old school
Heavy metal
Private school
Star wars
Fight club
Pulp fiction
Eternal sunshine of...
American beuty
Ghost world
Mean girls
The saint
A clockwork orange
Dazed and confused
Amadeus
The wizard of oz
The neverending story
Little nemo (not "Finding nemo")
The green mile
Conair
Big fish
Sling blade
Rome
The terminator 1&2
Half baked
Tombstone
Fear and loathing in las vegas
Resident evil
Blade
Sleepy hallow
Jacobs ladder
The rock
Forest gump
Batman, Batman returns
Waynes world
Ace ventura (all)
Mortal combat 1&2
Searching for bobby fisher
Scary movie (all)
Scream (all)
The craft
Meet the parents (both)
Natural born killers
The frightners
Van helsing
Shaun of the dead

I like most movies i see i guess. There are few i dont like.
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Old 2006-01-08, 21:50
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I was barely waking up this morning and thought about "Escape From New York"
...that was a coolass movie.

Anyone remember SwampThing? too freaking funny.
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Old 2006-01-08, 22:36
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i just saw escape from new york a couple hours ago, i also watched das boot yesterday which someone else mentioned yesterday, wierdness

i just bought godzilla vs megalon today for one dollar, but what i really want to see is the first godzilla, supposed to be the best one
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Old 2006-01-08, 22:40
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German film...subtitled



sorry I didnt put these all in one post....they just keep coming to me.
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Old 2006-01-09, 01:44
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Taxi Driver!! One of the rawest movies I've ever seen. My favourite flick of all time, no contest. The original Hellraiser is a close second. One of the few horror movies to actually have a lasting effect on me.

If you like horror/gore, here's a couple o' doozies for ya:

Guinea Pig 2: The Flowers of Flesh and Blood (the rest of the series is pretty sick too)
August Underground
August Underground's Mordum
Men Behind the Sun
Cannibal Holocaust

The most notorious "video nasties" are actually pretty tame compared to the ones listed above. Like, "I Spit on Your Grave" and "Last House on the Left". Still worth a watch though!
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