Good Movies?

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Jan 19, 2013

Good Movies? by mbcrazed at 12:50 AM (862 Views / 0 Likes) 26 replies

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    What are some really good movies that you guys have watched?!
     


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    Apocalypse Now
     
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    What's it about? Well, besides Apocolypses!
     
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    Evil Dead II
     
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    "Sleep Tight" and "The Skin I Live In" please dont read any reviews or your enjoyment of those movies will be spoiled.

    They are thriller movies and really disturbing, no blood or explosion just plain fucked up human beings that can totally be your neighbor and you wouldn't know.
     
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    Sounds cool! I'll check it out!
     
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    In a nutshell, Heart of Darkness in Vietnam.
     
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    Hmmm... Interesting!
     
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    I just facepalmed.


    Back on topic: I like bad, low budget, indie films. Jesus Christ Vampire Hunter is a current favorite.
     
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    You mean movies that aren't done professionally and look cheap? I like those too!
     
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    A low budget movie doesn't always look cheap. Most do, though.

    Troma films come to mind on low budget and looking cheap, but some are surprisingly well done. Then there's movies like "Buttcrack" (Which is about zombies, Mojo Nixon playing a priest, voodoo, and a guy who can't seem to every pull his pants up).
     
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    The Battleship Potemkin.
     
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    Don't bother with much of anything post-mid 90s, you'll only get re-makes of re-makes, horrid acting, and CGI bullshit. (Or, in other words, "HollyWood Blockbusters" that are promptly forgotten when the end credits roll.)

    1965-1985 was a grand time for films, look in there...
    (Especially in the horror/sci-fi/comedy genres.)


    :grog:
     
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    King of the Zombies
    The Boneyard
     
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    You and the friggin "Boneyard".... :lol:

    To your credit, though, I don't know of another weird-o zombie flick starring Phyllis Diller. ;)
    (R.I.P., Phyllis)
     
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    What other film do you know of that has a 8ft tall monster poodle?!

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    Love, love, love that suit...I wonder if it still exists somewhere, in a forgotten prop warehouse?

    Ahhhh, the days of practical effects... CG = no heart/soul. :(
     
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    Troll 2
     
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    I see you're a Troll, too.
     
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    You have a good eye, young one.
     
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