Discussion in 'Entertainment Forum' started by Melody Bot, Jan 11, 2016.
I liked Braid
don't know how much sense it makes but I liked it
I'm ok with something not making sense if it can make me feel something.
Oh shit that’s out there? Hell yeah watching it tomorrow
A.V. Club’s write up on The Nightingale has me excited
I couldn't find it on putlockers or anything but I'm sure you can find it somewhere. I just rented it on Amazon
I’m on a private tracker so I should be good, thanks for the heads up
Has anyone seen the documentary The Nightmare? From the director of the Shining doc Room 237, and it’s about people who suffer from sleep paralysis. I just first heard about it in an article about best horror movies on Netflix and I wanna check it out as someone whose experienced it from time to time
It's solid. The dramatizations of the sleep paralysis the subjects describe can be pretty eerie.
Uhhhh so The Hole in the Ground is out there
Yes, it was very interesting. Would recommend.
Watching this now and all of their accounts are too real for me
I'll still see it in the theatres but that's pretty ridiculous.
‘Child’s Play’ Art Teases the Introduction of the New Chucky
Well, looks like we won't be seeing Fincher's WWZ sequel:
Paramount Just Pulled the Plug On David Fincher’s ‘World War Z’ Sequel
Damn I was genuinely looking forward to that.
While You Wait for Tomorrow’s Trailer, Head into the ‘Pet Sematary’ With This Image Gallery
Looking at pics of the adorable kid that plays Gage is making me so sad.
New Pet Sematary trailer. Very spoiler heavy, with a twist on the original story/film
Hell yea, gimme dat Achilles' heel slice!
Iiiiiinteresting change to the original source. "Hug your daughter" line was so fucked up and eerie. Also, simultaneously sickened and pleasantly surprised they're bringing back the slice. That part is so brutal in the original.
‘Pet Sematary’ Directors Detail That Unexpected Change from Both the Novel and 1989 Film
holy shit that looks so dumb
I like it better than the first trailer tbh but I do have a hangup with the squad of undead kids in animal masks
Wait, so it's a zombie movie? Like, without the flesh-eating part? I could've probably guessed that from the first trailer, but this one makes it more obvious Now I'm even less interested than I already was.
I don't feel any particular way about Stephen King, as I haven't actually read any of his work, but I think people need to stop (re-)adapting his novels. He basically created the canon. Get a fresher, maybe subversive perspective. Part of why I enjoyed Get Out and look forward to Us so much is that they don't look like something I've already seen.