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I’m sure this won’t be popular, but when have I worried about that?  Yeah, I love ‘Man of Steel’ and think it will be regarded as a classic in the future. Director Zack Snyder is very hit and miss, but when he hits, he hits hard, ‘Watchmen’ ‘Dawn of the Dead’ and even ‘300’ all great in my view, and although this Superman flick is not all we wanted or hoped for, I do think it’s a product of our time, and I see what was trying to be done. I am coming from this as a movie lover, not a Superman fan, so my expectations for the character were different than many, as a film,as a visual spectacle with some ideas behind it, this film succeeds. The opening scenes on Krypton are breathtaking, epic in scope, in my view, it’s a perfect start, ( Ayelet Zurer as Lara didn’t hurt either!😜) I did love that Zod and his gang were all locked up in giant space dildos😳😆 I think Cavill was born to play Supes, he looks damn good in the part, if I can be in awe of Noomi’s bod, I can do so here with Henry, holy shit, human physical perfection, with no shirt on! and I like the destructured narrative once on earth. Once Zod arrives with the unbelievably hot Faora and they are tearing up an IHOP in Beetle spaceships and Giger armor, I was smitten, and yes,I would have preferred a little less CGI, but there you go. Special mention goes to Hans Zimmer and his amazing score, that massive tribal drumming and SUPERLOUD orchestra just does it for me, visuals plus great music equals Colin movie perfection, that theme is awe inspiring, the flight sequences among my favorite superhero scenes on film. But this was as dark as it should have gone, doubling down on BVS was a giant mistake, DC should have shown the dark, then given us the light, which sadly never happened. I love the movie and find it inspiring, and I loved Kevin Costner too, a perfect Pa Kent for the 21st century. It’s got mistakes, but when it’s right? It’s beautiful🖤🙏🏻#manofsteel #yousuckatwatchingmovies #cavillissuperman
I’m sure this won’t be popular, but when have I worried about that? Yeah, I love ‘Man of Steel’ and think it will be regarded as a classic in the future. Director Zack Snyder is very hit and miss, but when he hits, he hits hard, ‘Watchmen’ ‘Dawn of the Dead’ and even ‘300’ all great in my view, and although this Superman flick is not all we wanted or hoped for, I do think it’s a product of our time, and I see what was trying to be done. I am coming from this as a movie lover, not a Superman fan, so my expectations for the character were different than many, as a film,as a visual spectacle with some ideas behind it, this film succeeds. The opening scenes on Krypton are breathtaking, epic in scope, in my view, it’s a perfect start, ( Ayelet Zurer as Lara didn’t hurt either!😜) I did love that Zod and his gang were all locked up in giant space dildos😳😆 I think Cavill was born to play Supes, he looks damn good in the part, if I can be in awe of Noomi’s bod, I can do so here with Henry, holy shit, human physical perfection, with no shirt on! and I like the destructured narrative once on earth. Once Zod arrives with the unbelievably hot Faora and they are tearing up an IHOP in Beetle spaceships and Giger armor, I was smitten, and yes,I would have preferred a little less CGI, but there you go. Special mention goes to Hans Zimmer and his amazing score, that massive tribal drumming and SUPERLOUD orchestra just does it for me, visuals plus great music equals Colin movie perfection, that theme is awe inspiring, the flight sequences among my favorite superhero scenes on film. But this was as dark as it should have gone, doubling down on BVS was a giant mistake, DC should have shown the dark, then given us the light, which sadly never happened. I love the movie and find it inspiring, and I loved Kevin Costner too, a perfect Pa Kent for the 21st century. It’s got mistakes, but when it’s right? It’s beautiful🖤🙏🏻#manofsteel  #yousuckatwatchingmovies  #cavillissuperman 
I’m a big fan of the old horror flick,’Night of the Demon’ AKA ‘Curse of the Demon’ 1957.  The story concerns a professional American skeptic, Holden, played by Dana Andrews, he’s arrived in England, he’s going to speak at a conference about the supernatural, but just before he arrives, his friend and fellow skeptic professor Harrington is horribly killed, could it be because of his investigations into Karswell, a Satanic cult leader who says he can conjure the devil and demons? The film is effectingly directed by Jacques Tourneur in beautiful black and white, it’s pretty damn creepy in parts, the forests and night roads are lit in such a way to maximize their eerieness , sitting in a dark room watching this really adds to the effect, it’s fantastic. John Holden decides to investigate his friends death and he meets up with Julien Karswell, who slips him some runic symbols and things start to take a dark turn, despite the skeptics efforts, Karswell, played by Niall McGuiness is genuinely creepy, we go to his huge house in the country where he is dressed as a clown, giving kids parties, it has an undercurrent of unsettling goings on throughout, except for a rather hilarious seance song with a bunch of old ladies.  The film builds nicely, has some great sound effects that will haunt you long after, and the ancient demon is a great looking beastie, some argue it would be more effective unseen, but I’m rather fond of it.  The film has an exciting ending, the whole thing is very well crafted and definitely worth any horror fan’s time. It’s in my top 100 best ever horror films, I really regard the movie in a very positive light, and once you like a movie like this, there is a whole new area of horror to enjoy, I’m very happy to supply some titles to help you on your journey. 🖤🖤🖤#yousuckatwatchingmovies #nightofthedemon #moviereview
I’m a big fan of the old horror flick,’Night of the Demon’ AKA ‘Curse of the Demon’ 1957. The story concerns a professional American skeptic, Holden, played by Dana Andrews, he’s arrived in England, he’s going to speak at a conference about the supernatural, but just before he arrives, his friend and fellow skeptic professor Harrington is horribly killed, could it be because of his investigations into Karswell, a Satanic cult leader who says he can conjure the devil and demons? The film is effectingly directed by Jacques Tourneur in beautiful black and white, it’s pretty damn creepy in parts, the forests and night roads are lit in such a way to maximize their eerieness , sitting in a dark room watching this really adds to the effect, it’s fantastic. John Holden decides to investigate his friends death and he meets up with Julien Karswell, who slips him some runic symbols and things start to take a dark turn, despite the skeptics efforts, Karswell, played by Niall McGuiness is genuinely creepy, we go to his huge house in the country where he is dressed as a clown, giving kids parties, it has an undercurrent of unsettling goings on throughout, except for a rather hilarious seance song with a bunch of old ladies. The film builds nicely, has some great sound effects that will haunt you long after, and the ancient demon is a great looking beastie, some argue it would be more effective unseen, but I’m rather fond of it. The film has an exciting ending, the whole thing is very well crafted and definitely worth any horror fan’s time. It’s in my top 100 best ever horror films, I really regard the movie in a very positive light, and once you like a movie like this, there is a whole new area of horror to enjoy, I’m very happy to supply some titles to help you on your journey. 🖤🖤🖤#yousuckatwatchingmovies  #nightofthedemon  #moviereview 
There are a few films I don’t watch like regular cinema, I watched them once at the movies, enjoyed them enough to get the Blu-ray, then I watch them on my terms, ‘Sucker Punch’ is such a movie, but king of them is ‘Tron Legacy’ 2010 I fucking adore this film, but not all of it.  Legacy is in some way the way I see things, certainly the way I want to see them, the visuals become everything, I don’t care about acting, story the screenplay, all I care about is the pictures and how the music interacts with them, in this movies case, it’s simply one of the best films I’ve ever seen. Director Joseph Kosinski has created a movie version of what I see when I want to create art, this is my brain on film, if I had total control over my abilities it would look an awful lot like this, and with Daft Punk’s incredible score playing along.  When I saw Beau Garrett as Gem, she was instantly recognizable, I had already created figures and faces that looked just like her, the makeup,eyes, costume, I recognized it all, this, I understood.  The story? Meh,who cares? Turn up the sound and dim the lights. I start watching 23 minutes in, once he arrives, I have zero interest in anything that went on before, I want to see the Recognizer and hear that thunderous, gorgeous music, talking, plot? I tune out, where are the light cycles? Where’s Olivia Wilde’s Quorra?  The club scene with Martin Sheen doing his Bowie, and there is Gem again, this is paradise, I’m happy here,I’m home.  The colors mixed with that score, the orange, that beige, the black and glowing blue white😩❤️ Thats  all I care about, and on those terms, this film is a masterpiece. I will make a list of my favorite visual movies, ones that have directly inspired me, where the look and sound of the film is all important, I have a list I turn to for inspiration, perhaps you might like it? 🤔#yousuckatwatchingmovies #tronlegacy #gem
There are a few films I don’t watch like regular cinema, I watched them once at the movies, enjoyed them enough to get the Blu-ray, then I watch them on my terms, ‘Sucker Punch’ is such a movie, but king of them is ‘Tron Legacy’ 2010 I fucking adore this film, but not all of it. Legacy is in some way the way I see things, certainly the way I want to see them, the visuals become everything, I don’t care about acting, story the screenplay, all I care about is the pictures and how the music interacts with them, in this movies case, it’s simply one of the best films I’ve ever seen. Director Joseph Kosinski has created a movie version of what I see when I want to create art, this is my brain on film, if I had total control over my abilities it would look an awful lot like this, and with Daft Punk’s incredible score playing along. When I saw Beau Garrett as Gem, she was instantly recognizable, I had already created figures and faces that looked just like her, the makeup,eyes, costume, I recognized it all, this, I understood. The story? Meh,who cares? Turn up the sound and dim the lights. I start watching 23 minutes in, once he arrives, I have zero interest in anything that went on before, I want to see the Recognizer and hear that thunderous, gorgeous music, talking, plot? I tune out, where are the light cycles? Where’s Olivia Wilde’s Quorra? The club scene with Martin Sheen doing his Bowie, and there is Gem again, this is paradise, I’m happy here,I’m home. The colors mixed with that score, the orange, that beige, the black and glowing blue white😩❤️ Thats all I care about, and on those terms, this film is a masterpiece. I will make a list of my favorite visual movies, ones that have directly inspired me, where the look and sound of the film is all important, I have a list I turn to for inspiration, perhaps you might like it? 🤔#yousuckatwatchingmovies  #tronlegacy  #gem 
On March 30th 1978, my 14th birthday,my uncle put me on the back of his BSA motorbike and drove my terrified ass to the Odeon cinema, the biggest movie screen in the southwest of the UK, a gigantic screen that dwarfs today’s multiplexes, he got me an ice cream and a drink and we had one of my favorite birthday gifts ever, we were watching Stephen Spielberg’s new movie ,’Close Encounters of the Third Kind’, fuck ‘Star Wars’, this was more like it!  The film’s opening scenes got me into white knuckle mode right from the start, particularly the scene in the air control tower, you see nothing, but my imagination and those faces combined in my brain to paint a picture of such awe and wonder,I was mesmerized.  Once Dreyfuss had parked his truck on that hill, nearly knocking over the kid and his mum, I was there too, so when the Craft come around the edge, I was in that fucking movie, the cinema melted away from me, there was nothing but me and the events on the screen, so powerful it was, I remember it like it was yesterday, I still get the chills, despite seeing it at least 100 times since then.  By the time Neery had climbed Devils Tower I was a mess,excitement at a fever pitch, anxious, sweating, as happy as I had ever been in my short life, then the screen says “This is not a drill” and I knew all bets were off,anything could happen,and it did, never had my imagination been so fired up, and the visions shown on that giant screen over the next 20 minutes filled my heart with joy, wonder and hope, few films since have had such a strong effect on me, I am still crazy about the film, Spielberg lit a fire under my ass which has never been extinguished, this film is very much part of who I am as a human being.  I was already a believer back then, I’m even more convinced now, UFO’s are real, aliens have been and are visiting us, this flick is a ‘What if?’, perhaps the greatest of them, my heart will always be here. 👽👽👽❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️ on Netflix, but I recommend the director’s cut Blu-ray, it’s cheap! #yousuckatwatchingmovies #closeencounters #ufos #moviereview
On March 30th 1978, my 14th birthday,my uncle put me on the back of his BSA motorbike and drove my terrified ass to the Odeon cinema, the biggest movie screen in the southwest of the UK, a gigantic screen that dwarfs today’s multiplexes, he got me an ice cream and a drink and we had one of my favorite birthday gifts ever, we were watching Stephen Spielberg’s new movie ,’Close Encounters of the Third Kind’, fuck ‘Star Wars’, this was more like it! The film’s opening scenes got me into white knuckle mode right from the start, particularly the scene in the air control tower, you see nothing, but my imagination and those faces combined in my brain to paint a picture of such awe and wonder,I was mesmerized. Once Dreyfuss had parked his truck on that hill, nearly knocking over the kid and his mum, I was there too, so when the Craft come around the edge, I was in that fucking movie, the cinema melted away from me, there was nothing but me and the events on the screen, so powerful it was, I remember it like it was yesterday, I still get the chills, despite seeing it at least 100 times since then. By the time Neery had climbed Devils Tower I was a mess,excitement at a fever pitch, anxious, sweating, as happy as I had ever been in my short life, then the screen says “This is not a drill” and I knew all bets were off,anything could happen,and it did, never had my imagination been so fired up, and the visions shown on that giant screen over the next 20 minutes filled my heart with joy, wonder and hope, few films since have had such a strong effect on me, I am still crazy about the film, Spielberg lit a fire under my ass which has never been extinguished, this film is very much part of who I am as a human being. I was already a believer back then, I’m even more convinced now, UFO’s are real, aliens have been and are visiting us, this flick is a ‘What if?’, perhaps the greatest of them, my heart will always be here. 👽👽👽❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️ on Netflix, but I recommend the director’s cut Blu-ray, it’s cheap! #yousuckatwatchingmovies  #closeencounters  #ufos  #moviereview 
Hi to new followers!  Welcome🙏🏻❤️ Everyone here will be happy to know I am preparing a list of a 100 of my favorite Cult Films! Cult films are among my favorites in cinema, I’m hoping you will find some titles you have never heard of, lots of foreign film, extreme horror, animation, sexuality, all the good stuff, all put together for your future use❤️ So stick around, I’m getting it together over the next week, it will be comprehensive and hopefully informative❤️❤️❤️ #yousuckatwatchingmovies #cultmovies #oldboy
Hi to new followers! Welcome🙏🏻❤️ Everyone here will be happy to know I am preparing a list of a 100 of my favorite Cult Films! Cult films are among my favorites in cinema, I’m hoping you will find some titles you have never heard of, lots of foreign film, extreme horror, animation, sexuality, all the good stuff, all put together for your future use❤️ So stick around, I’m getting it together over the next week, it will be comprehensive and hopefully informative❤️❤️❤️ #yousuckatwatchingmovies  #cultmovies  #oldboy 
‘Mandy’ 2018 just came out on Blu-ray,and since I live in culturally devoid Florida, land of Git R Done, Confederate flags and fried pickles, I never got the chance to see it on the big screen, so I treated myself to this beautiful transfer in the comfort of my own home.  I’ve spoken about the film before, I told everyone about it months ago, I’ve reviewed it, loved it, but that’s just not enough, because after several viewings it becomes clear, this film is a game changer, something IMPORTANT has happened here, a new standard was set, everything has changed, the film is a new classic, true Art.  Much of the praise comes down to two people, director Panos Cosmatos, and star Nicholas Cage, I think Cage has been waiting for someone to fully understand what he is doing, and he has arrived in Cosmatos, a visionary filmmaker who is just getting warmed up.  I had got the Blu-ray and score of his previous film, ‘Beyond the Black Rainbow’ 2010, another superb headfuck, but it was just a warm up vision, ‘Mandy’ is the realization of a singular vision, phantasmagorical, allegorical, mythological, psychedelic, otherworldly, those who grew up in the late 70’s early 80’s, reading Heavy Metal comics,Fangoria magazine, Frazetta Conan covers, every metal album, Cronenberg,Grindhouse, it’s all here, Cosmatos has blended it all masterfully, it’s a thing of great beauty, and for those like me that understand all these parts, it’s positively revelatory, a window to a place long forgotten, it’s so good to see it once again. ❤️❤️❤️ And Cage, all these years trying to show what’s over the wall,what’s beyond the expected,the ordinary,the acceptable, he finally worked with someone who fundamentally understands, and could encourage him to go further, and we get to ride along.  I want to set up a kickstarter to get the film shown in my local Art movie theater, Tampa Movie Theater, I wonder how much that would cost? How many would come?  This film, along with ‘Hereditary’ is the best of the year, of YEARS of horror, a fucking masterpiece. I am in AWE. 🙏🏻🙏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻🖤🖤🖤#yousuckatwatchingmovies #mandy #panoscosmatos #nicholascage
‘Mandy’ 2018 just came out on Blu-ray,and since I live in culturally devoid Florida, land of Git R Done, Confederate flags and fried pickles, I never got the chance to see it on the big screen, so I treated myself to this beautiful transfer in the comfort of my own home. I’ve spoken about the film before, I told everyone about it months ago, I’ve reviewed it, loved it, but that’s just not enough, because after several viewings it becomes clear, this film is a game changer, something IMPORTANT has happened here, a new standard was set, everything has changed, the film is a new classic, true Art. Much of the praise comes down to two people, director Panos Cosmatos, and star Nicholas Cage, I think Cage has been waiting for someone to fully understand what he is doing, and he has arrived in Cosmatos, a visionary filmmaker who is just getting warmed up. I had got the Blu-ray and score of his previous film, ‘Beyond the Black Rainbow’ 2010, another superb headfuck, but it was just a warm up vision, ‘Mandy’ is the realization of a singular vision, phantasmagorical, allegorical, mythological, psychedelic, otherworldly, those who grew up in the late 70’s early 80’s, reading Heavy Metal comics,Fangoria magazine, Frazetta Conan covers, every metal album, Cronenberg,Grindhouse, it’s all here, Cosmatos has blended it all masterfully, it’s a thing of great beauty, and for those like me that understand all these parts, it’s positively revelatory, a window to a place long forgotten, it’s so good to see it once again. ❤️❤️❤️ And Cage, all these years trying to show what’s over the wall,what’s beyond the expected,the ordinary,the acceptable, he finally worked with someone who fundamentally understands, and could encourage him to go further, and we get to ride along. I want to set up a kickstarter to get the film shown in my local Art movie theater, Tampa Movie Theater, I wonder how much that would cost? How many would come? This film, along with ‘Hereditary’ is the best of the year, of YEARS of horror, a fucking masterpiece. I am in AWE. 🙏🏻🙏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻🖤🖤🖤#yousuckatwatchingmovies  #mandy  #panoscosmatos  #nicholascage 
Happy Halloween! I’m not a fan of Rob Zombie movies, ‘House of 1000 Corpses’, ‘The Devils Rejects’, his ‘Halloween’ flicks? Meh. The whole hillbilly white trash redneck is as dull as dishwater to me, his films are nearly unwatchable,until ‘Lords of Salem’ came along, and I was suddenly in love.😈🖤😍 Sheri Moon Zombie plays a DJ in a small radio station in Salem, when she is hanging out with her other DJ pals Ken Foree and Jeff Daniel Phillips when she gets sent a disc that plays backwards with some seriously creepy satanic music, as soon as she hears this, her and other ladies around Salem start to have visions of witches, demons and goats, and this is just the start. A witchcraft expert played by the very likable Bruce Davidson turns up to investigate, and Sheri ‘s weird old lady landlords dial up the creepy and uncomfortable, they want Sheri for something, and as the movie unfolds,we get to see what that is😱 God, I LOVE this movie!  Zombie finally got that 70’s vibe right, and it’s beautiful, atmospheric and convincing, it has a bunch of 80’s actresses and actors playing all the parts, Meg Foster, Evil Lynn herself plays the lead witch, she is starkers throughout most of the runtime, covered in mud, in the freezing cold,wrinkly,old and fucking AWESOME👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 I love her😍😍😍😍 The score is often delicate, and the visuals have a strong Ken Russell trippy vibe, it can seem out of place, but I love them, it totally works. Moon is actually good here, an addict trying to move on, very effective and tragic. Best of all, I found this film to be genuinely creepy, even scary, it seems to have been dripped in dread, for my money, it’s one of the best Witch/Satan movies ever made. The end is weird, no easy answers, which is fine with me, Zombie has delivered one of the best horror flicks in years. #lordsofsalem #yousuckatwatchingmovies #hailsatan #witches
Happy Halloween! I’m not a fan of Rob Zombie movies, ‘House of 1000 Corpses’, ‘The Devils Rejects’, his ‘Halloween’ flicks? Meh. The whole hillbilly white trash redneck is as dull as dishwater to me, his films are nearly unwatchable,until ‘Lords of Salem’ came along, and I was suddenly in love.😈🖤😍 Sheri Moon Zombie plays a DJ in a small radio station in Salem, when she is hanging out with her other DJ pals Ken Foree and Jeff Daniel Phillips when she gets sent a disc that plays backwards with some seriously creepy satanic music, as soon as she hears this, her and other ladies around Salem start to have visions of witches, demons and goats, and this is just the start. A witchcraft expert played by the very likable Bruce Davidson turns up to investigate, and Sheri ‘s weird old lady landlords dial up the creepy and uncomfortable, they want Sheri for something, and as the movie unfolds,we get to see what that is😱 God, I LOVE this movie! Zombie finally got that 70’s vibe right, and it’s beautiful, atmospheric and convincing, it has a bunch of 80’s actresses and actors playing all the parts, Meg Foster, Evil Lynn herself plays the lead witch, she is starkers throughout most of the runtime, covered in mud, in the freezing cold,wrinkly,old and fucking AWESOME👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 I love her😍😍😍😍 The score is often delicate, and the visuals have a strong Ken Russell trippy vibe, it can seem out of place, but I love them, it totally works. Moon is actually good here, an addict trying to move on, very effective and tragic. Best of all, I found this film to be genuinely creepy, even scary, it seems to have been dripped in dread, for my money, it’s one of the best Witch/Satan movies ever made. The end is weird, no easy answers, which is fine with me, Zombie has delivered one of the best horror flicks in years. #lordsofsalem  #yousuckatwatchingmovies  #hailsatan  #witches 
From my @colinchristiansmoviepage ( why are you not following fuckers🤬) I love Nicholas Winding Refn movies, I’ve seen them all, from his early Danish films to his last, the exquisite ‘The Neon Demon’ 2016, as they have gone on, his mastery of visuals and subdued tone has increased, now his films could not have been made by anyone else, I love that.  The film follows Jessie played by Elle Fanning, just arrived in LA for all the fashion shoots, apparently she has what everyone wants, innocence, natural beauty, that indescribable ‘thing’, it’s difficult for me, because it obvious to me that two of the films other stars, Bella Heathcoate and Abbey Kershaw have way more wow than Elle, but hey, let’s go with the movie. The always reliable Jena Malone is in the mix as a fashion makeup artist, Keanu Reeves also pops up as a scummy landlord, there are predators everywhere,and they want what Jessie has, and for some of them, they will go to some very nasty lengths to get it. But story? Meh, that is second fiddle to the visuals, which are consistently breathtaking, glitter,blood, deep washes of color, S&M, hot naked models showering, explicit sex with a corpse, fashion shoots,gorgeous girls,sleazy dudes and cannibalism, all with that Italian Vogue/Purple/Love Magazine sheen, and if you are into that,which I very much am, then the super slow story and idiotic repulsive male characters are easily forgotten.  It’s a trippy weird fashion shoot, done to another of Cliff Martinez’ amazing ambient scores, it’s a music video for fashion fetishists, it’s fucking glorious. #yousuckatwatchingmovies #theneondemon
From my @colinchristiansmoviepage ( why are you not following fuckers🤬) I love Nicholas Winding Refn movies, I’ve seen them all, from his early Danish films to his last, the exquisite ‘The Neon Demon’ 2016, as they have gone on, his mastery of visuals and subdued tone has increased, now his films could not have been made by anyone else, I love that. The film follows Jessie played by Elle Fanning, just arrived in LA for all the fashion shoots, apparently she has what everyone wants, innocence, natural beauty, that indescribable ‘thing’, it’s difficult for me, because it obvious to me that two of the films other stars, Bella Heathcoate and Abbey Kershaw have way more wow than Elle, but hey, let’s go with the movie. The always reliable Jena Malone is in the mix as a fashion makeup artist, Keanu Reeves also pops up as a scummy landlord, there are predators everywhere,and they want what Jessie has, and for some of them, they will go to some very nasty lengths to get it. But story? Meh, that is second fiddle to the visuals, which are consistently breathtaking, glitter,blood, deep washes of color, S&M, hot naked models showering, explicit sex with a corpse, fashion shoots,gorgeous girls,sleazy dudes and cannibalism, all with that Italian Vogue/Purple/Love Magazine sheen, and if you are into that,which I very much am, then the super slow story and idiotic repulsive male characters are easily forgotten. It’s a trippy weird fashion shoot, done to another of Cliff Martinez’ amazing ambient scores, it’s a music video for fashion fetishists, it’s fucking glorious. #yousuckatwatchingmovies  #theneondemon 
I love Nicholas Winding Refn movies, I’ve seen them all, from his early Danish films to his last, the exquisite ‘The Neon Demon’ 2016, as they have gone on, his mastery of visuals and subdued tone has increased, now his films could not have been made by anyone else, I love that.  The film follows Jessie played by Elle Fanning, just arrived in LA for all the fashion shoots, apparently she has what everyone wants, innocence, natural beauty, that indescribable ‘thing’, it’s difficult for me, because it obvious to me that two of the films other stars, Bella Heathcoate and Abbey Kershaw have way more wow than Elle, but hey, let’s go with the movie. The always reliable Jena Malone is in the mix as a fashion makeup artist, Keanu Reeves also pops up as a scummy landlord, there are predators everywhere,and they want what Jessie has, and for some of them, they will go to some very nasty lengths to get it. But story? Meh, that is second fiddle to the visuals, which are consistently breathtaking, glitter,blood, deep washes of color, S&M, hot naked models showering, explicit sex with a corpse, fashion shoots,gorgeous girls,sleazy dudes and cannibalism, all with that Italian Vogue/Purple/Love Magazine sheen, and if you are into that,which I very much am, then the super slow story and idiotic repulsive male characters are easily forgotten.  It’s a trippy weird fashion shoot, done to another of Cliff Martinez’ amazing ambient scores, it’s a music video for fashion fetishists, it’s fucking glorious. #yousuckatwatchingmovies #theneondemon
I love Nicholas Winding Refn movies, I’ve seen them all, from his early Danish films to his last, the exquisite ‘The Neon Demon’ 2016, as they have gone on, his mastery of visuals and subdued tone has increased, now his films could not have been made by anyone else, I love that. The film follows Jessie played by Elle Fanning, just arrived in LA for all the fashion shoots, apparently she has what everyone wants, innocence, natural beauty, that indescribable ‘thing’, it’s difficult for me, because it obvious to me that two of the films other stars, Bella Heathcoate and Abbey Kershaw have way more wow than Elle, but hey, let’s go with the movie. The always reliable Jena Malone is in the mix as a fashion makeup artist, Keanu Reeves also pops up as a scummy landlord, there are predators everywhere,and they want what Jessie has, and for some of them, they will go to some very nasty lengths to get it. But story? Meh, that is second fiddle to the visuals, which are consistently breathtaking, glitter,blood, deep washes of color, S&M, hot naked models showering, explicit sex with a corpse, fashion shoots,gorgeous girls,sleazy dudes and cannibalism, all with that Italian Vogue/Purple/Love Magazine sheen, and if you are into that,which I very much am, then the super slow story and idiotic repulsive male characters are easily forgotten. It’s a trippy weird fashion shoot, done to another of Cliff Martinez’ amazing ambient scores, it’s a music video for fashion fetishists, it’s fucking glorious. #yousuckatwatchingmovies  #theneondemon 
I hadn’t seen Monty Python’s ‘Life of Brian’ 1979 in a while so I wanted to check it out again to see if it still had it, I have always preferred ‘The Meaning of Life’ and especially ‘The Holy Grail’ but watching it again has led me to reconsider its position. I remember clearly the fuss it had made on its release, the Catholic Church hated it, the film was banned in Ireland for decades, people were outraged all over the place, which of course is one of the reasons that I and many others loved it in the first place.  Director Terry Jones and the rest of the gang tell the story of Brian, born on the same day and next to Jesus, and we watch how he is embraced as a messiah by the religion crazy locals in Judaea, who are living in oppression under the Roman Empire.  The subject is ripe for satire, and they all leap where  others fear to tread, it’s a brave and necessary thing to do, I’ve always believed that any subject worth respecting should also be strong enough to be laughed at, the film is merciless, and is for my money one of the funniest films ever. I believe strongly that the film is probably more historically accurate than many other religious movies, it often feels very close to the truth. There are lots of subjects that are laughed at in the movie, including communist and left leaning ideas, tearing apart such cherished beliefs is fucking hilarious, it’s all so silly. The film had lost some of its bite as religiosity has declined, but several other subjects have now risen to prominence, I wondered if a whole new level of outrage would occur if the film was released again today?  I love the film, Beatle George Harrison financed the film himself, it has a certain punk,anarchic charm,very much a product of its time, but it still has lots to say, watching it again with new eyes was a very rewarding experience, it’s super funny, a constant barrage of hilarity, breaking taboos left and right, pissing off audiences, what a joy it still is. 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻😂😂😂😂😂#yousuckatwatchingmovies #lifeofbrian #moviereview #montypyton
I hadn’t seen Monty Python’s ‘Life of Brian’ 1979 in a while so I wanted to check it out again to see if it still had it, I have always preferred ‘The Meaning of Life’ and especially ‘The Holy Grail’ but watching it again has led me to reconsider its position. I remember clearly the fuss it had made on its release, the Catholic Church hated it, the film was banned in Ireland for decades, people were outraged all over the place, which of course is one of the reasons that I and many others loved it in the first place. Director Terry Jones and the rest of the gang tell the story of Brian, born on the same day and next to Jesus, and we watch how he is embraced as a messiah by the religion crazy locals in Judaea, who are living in oppression under the Roman Empire. The subject is ripe for satire, and they all leap where others fear to tread, it’s a brave and necessary thing to do, I’ve always believed that any subject worth respecting should also be strong enough to be laughed at, the film is merciless, and is for my money one of the funniest films ever. I believe strongly that the film is probably more historically accurate than many other religious movies, it often feels very close to the truth. There are lots of subjects that are laughed at in the movie, including communist and left leaning ideas, tearing apart such cherished beliefs is fucking hilarious, it’s all so silly. The film had lost some of its bite as religiosity has declined, but several other subjects have now risen to prominence, I wondered if a whole new level of outrage would occur if the film was released again today? I love the film, Beatle George Harrison financed the film himself, it has a certain punk,anarchic charm,very much a product of its time, but it still has lots to say, watching it again with new eyes was a very rewarding experience, it’s super funny, a constant barrage of hilarity, breaking taboos left and right, pissing off audiences, what a joy it still is. 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻😂😂😂😂😂#yousuckatwatchingmovies  #lifeofbrian  #moviereview  #montypyton 
Hey,you ever wish they made a movie like ‘The Raid’, but way more stabby and with enough extreme gore to fill 20 Zombie movies? Your wish has come true,and it’s on Netflix! 😳🤪😍 ‘The Night Comes for us’ is a batshit action gore flick, for a good part of its running time its unrelenting in its violence, utterly unapologetic, which I love❤️ the story? Bad guy goes good,rescues a young girl from death at the hands of the Triad, they get pissed and send every violent criminal in Asia after the lead and his pals, one of the gangsters is martial arts superstar Iko Uwais, who turns up to kick very bloody ass.  Director  Timo Tjahjanto knows what his audience wants,and he delivers bigtime, extreme macho posturing complete with face grimacing? Check. Lesbian knifey Kung Fu babes? Yep. 100 different ways to die?  Oh,we’ve got parts 1,2 and 3 right here! 😆 It’s not perfect, the pacing is a little off in parts, but that’s OK, because when this film delivers,and it does, it’s fucking electrifying, and you need a breather, I actually burst out laughing several times, it’s so fucking violent,so over the top, my eyes nearly popped out of my head, subtle,this ain’t.  In fact, parts of it deliver a whole new level of violent gore, it makes the clown in ‘Terrifier’ look like Ronald McDonald, so prepare yourselves, the gore is often lightning fast and so abundant it seems like a sensory avalanche, those of a sensitive disposition should stay the fuck away😂😂😂 #yousuckatwatchingmovies  #gore #thenightcomesforus #moviereview
Hey,you ever wish they made a movie like ‘The Raid’, but way more stabby and with enough extreme gore to fill 20 Zombie movies? Your wish has come true,and it’s on Netflix! 😳🤪😍 ‘The Night Comes for us’ is a batshit action gore flick, for a good part of its running time its unrelenting in its violence, utterly unapologetic, which I love❤️ the story? Bad guy goes good,rescues a young girl from death at the hands of the Triad, they get pissed and send every violent criminal in Asia after the lead and his pals, one of the gangsters is martial arts superstar Iko Uwais, who turns up to kick very bloody ass. Director Timo Tjahjanto knows what his audience wants,and he delivers bigtime, extreme macho posturing complete with face grimacing? Check. Lesbian knifey Kung Fu babes? Yep. 100 different ways to die? Oh,we’ve got parts 1,2 and 3 right here! 😆 It’s not perfect, the pacing is a little off in parts, but that’s OK, because when this film delivers,and it does, it’s fucking electrifying, and you need a breather, I actually burst out laughing several times, it’s so fucking violent,so over the top, my eyes nearly popped out of my head, subtle,this ain’t. In fact, parts of it deliver a whole new level of violent gore, it makes the clown in ‘Terrifier’ look like Ronald McDonald, so prepare yourselves, the gore is often lightning fast and so abundant it seems like a sensory avalanche, those of a sensitive disposition should stay the fuck away😂😂😂 #yousuckatwatchingmovies  #gore  #thenightcomesforus  #moviereview 
‘Byzantium’ 2012 came and went without much fanfare, which is a damn shame, because I think it’s one of the best vampire movies, despite changing the lore around so much it’s barely recognizable. Director Neil Jordan has dome some great fantasy horror films in the past, but I feel this is the culmination of all his great work, it’s poetic,lyrical and beautiful, only ‘Let the Right one in’ reaches similar heights with the subject matter, you want a different take on bloodsuckers? This flick is for you. I’m pretty nuts about Gemma Arteton, she plays mum to Saoirse Ronan, two vampire women on the run in small British towns, these ladies are not your usual vamps, no fangs or getting destroyed in sunlight, but the new rules are so lovely,I won’t spoil it here, it’s both new and instantly understandable, and when you get to see how these vampires are born and live,it’s quite the jaw dropper,unlike anything I’ve ever seen on screen. The film has some great gore,a stunning and aching soundtrack, very believable characters and a surprisingly emotional ending, I’ve watched the film several times and it gets better with repeated viewings, Ronan is an amazing actress, she is truly otherworldly here,an ancient soul in a young body, and Arteton is pretty much the hottest bloodsucker ever, it could be just me on that though, I love Gemma!😩😩😩😩 I really recommend this one, it’s great to see new ideas on a very old theme,definitely worth your time.  #yousuckatwatchingmovies  #byzantium  #vampires #moviereview
‘Byzantium’ 2012 came and went without much fanfare, which is a damn shame, because I think it’s one of the best vampire movies, despite changing the lore around so much it’s barely recognizable. Director Neil Jordan has dome some great fantasy horror films in the past, but I feel this is the culmination of all his great work, it’s poetic,lyrical and beautiful, only ‘Let the Right one in’ reaches similar heights with the subject matter, you want a different take on bloodsuckers? This flick is for you. I’m pretty nuts about Gemma Arteton, she plays mum to Saoirse Ronan, two vampire women on the run in small British towns, these ladies are not your usual vamps, no fangs or getting destroyed in sunlight, but the new rules are so lovely,I won’t spoil it here, it’s both new and instantly understandable, and when you get to see how these vampires are born and live,it’s quite the jaw dropper,unlike anything I’ve ever seen on screen. The film has some great gore,a stunning and aching soundtrack, very believable characters and a surprisingly emotional ending, I’ve watched the film several times and it gets better with repeated viewings, Ronan is an amazing actress, she is truly otherworldly here,an ancient soul in a young body, and Arteton is pretty much the hottest bloodsucker ever, it could be just me on that though, I love Gemma!😩😩😩😩 I really recommend this one, it’s great to see new ideas on a very old theme,definitely worth your time. #yousuckatwatchingmovies  #byzantium  #vampires  #moviereview 
‘Blade Runner 2049’ 2017, is my favorite movie since the original from 82, other films have come close, ‘Mad Max Fury Road’, and ‘Hereditary’ in particular, but even those two modern classics cannot touch this masterpiece,it’s so immersive,heartbreaking and ultimately beautiful,it’s tough to get my head around it, catch me at the right moment,and I’m an emotional wreck after watching,again. Ryan Gosling has been getting better and better,each performance more complex and nuanced, but I found him revelatory here, playing Replicant Officer K, on the hunt for older replicant versions, it’s his job to find them and kill them, in finding his most recent,Sapper Morton,played by the brilliant Dave Bautista in convincing old age makeup, he discovers a plot that could ‘Break the World’ and the film follows K as he tries to piece together something that was once carefully hidden, as each piece is discovered,he becomes more and more aware of his place in life, what is it to be human?  The ideas brought forward by the original are once again placed into the open,and delicately taken apart and reassembled, it’s marvelous and meaningful, but it’s not handed to us, the film treats its audience with respect, you need to bring your A game to this one.🤔❤️The rest of the cast are equally outstanding, the score is fantastic,again rivaling Vangelis’ original, but it the cinematography by Roger Deakins and ultimately, the fucking jaw dropping direction by Denis Villeneuve that really shines,what balls to take on one of the greatest science fiction movies in history, and then to equal it?  It’s nothing short of a cinematic miracle, I’ve seen it 15 times already,and I still can’t believe it.  Slow,drawn out,complex,rarely exciting, but with so much emotional resonance, it’s a rare feat, a piece of Pop Culture Art, that will only increase in meaning as the years go by, it’s the reason I love movies,why I do this page, it helps give life purpose, this is the piece I was looking for, you don’t need to feel that way, but I do. 🙏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️ #yousuckatwatchingmovies  #bladerunner2049 #moviereview #scifi
‘Blade Runner 2049’ 2017, is my favorite movie since the original from 82, other films have come close, ‘Mad Max Fury Road’, and ‘Hereditary’ in particular, but even those two modern classics cannot touch this masterpiece,it’s so immersive,heartbreaking and ultimately beautiful,it’s tough to get my head around it, catch me at the right moment,and I’m an emotional wreck after watching,again. Ryan Gosling has been getting better and better,each performance more complex and nuanced, but I found him revelatory here, playing Replicant Officer K, on the hunt for older replicant versions, it’s his job to find them and kill them, in finding his most recent,Sapper Morton,played by the brilliant Dave Bautista in convincing old age makeup, he discovers a plot that could ‘Break the World’ and the film follows K as he tries to piece together something that was once carefully hidden, as each piece is discovered,he becomes more and more aware of his place in life, what is it to be human? The ideas brought forward by the original are once again placed into the open,and delicately taken apart and reassembled, it’s marvelous and meaningful, but it’s not handed to us, the film treats its audience with respect, you need to bring your A game to this one.🤔❤️The rest of the cast are equally outstanding, the score is fantastic,again rivaling Vangelis’ original, but it the cinematography by Roger Deakins and ultimately, the fucking jaw dropping direction by Denis Villeneuve that really shines,what balls to take on one of the greatest science fiction movies in history, and then to equal it? It’s nothing short of a cinematic miracle, I’ve seen it 15 times already,and I still can’t believe it. Slow,drawn out,complex,rarely exciting, but with so much emotional resonance, it’s a rare feat, a piece of Pop Culture Art, that will only increase in meaning as the years go by, it’s the reason I love movies,why I do this page, it helps give life purpose, this is the piece I was looking for, you don’t need to feel that way, but I do. 🙏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️ #yousuckatwatchingmovies  #bladerunner2049  #moviereview  #scifi 
There is no movie ever in history to inspire Halloween feelings more than ‘A Nightmare Before Christmas’ 1993, it’s a masterpiece, genius on so many levels, animation,fantasy film,kids movies,musicals, horror? This joyful film has it all, black humor, amazing songs, relatable characters, from its first frame to the last, it’s as entertaining as anything ever made,darkly beautiful,full of soul, of Art,of beauty, it’s the greatest.  Tim Burton produced the film,it certainly has his look all over it,but it was directed by Henry Selick, each time I watch it I am blown away by the artistry on view, few films ever has equaled this level of creativity, every inch of the frame is filled with ideas, you are instantly transported to Halloweentown, where the creepy residents spend the year getting ready for their big night, only to have Jack,the Pumpkin King, start to feel as if there must be something more to life than just being scary, and he sets off to Christmastown to find out what that’s all about. As an old Goth myself,this film speaks to me, as I too love shiny,sparkly happy things, as well as all the skulls,death and devils that usually fills most of my life😂  So Jack’s story is instantly recognizable, in so far as you can relate to skeletons,vampires and creepy things of all kinds. I’m not a usual fan of musicals, or of Danny Elfman, but that changes in this film,as the songs and music are glorious, a perfect,flawless match of visuals and music,it just doesn’t get any better. The stop motion animation is also used to maximize its effectiveness here, it’s otherworldliness has never been better, it’s not perfect by any means, but the strength of the story,characters and music,shows that it doesn’t matter,you are just swept along by it all, shit, I LOVE this movie. 🖤🖤🖤🖤💀💀💀🎃🎃👻👻#yousuckatwatchingmovies #thenightmarebeforechristmas
There is no movie ever in history to inspire Halloween feelings more than ‘A Nightmare Before Christmas’ 1993, it’s a masterpiece, genius on so many levels, animation,fantasy film,kids movies,musicals, horror? This joyful film has it all, black humor, amazing songs, relatable characters, from its first frame to the last, it’s as entertaining as anything ever made,darkly beautiful,full of soul, of Art,of beauty, it’s the greatest. Tim Burton produced the film,it certainly has his look all over it,but it was directed by Henry Selick, each time I watch it I am blown away by the artistry on view, few films ever has equaled this level of creativity, every inch of the frame is filled with ideas, you are instantly transported to Halloweentown, where the creepy residents spend the year getting ready for their big night, only to have Jack,the Pumpkin King, start to feel as if there must be something more to life than just being scary, and he sets off to Christmastown to find out what that’s all about. As an old Goth myself,this film speaks to me, as I too love shiny,sparkly happy things, as well as all the skulls,death and devils that usually fills most of my life😂 So Jack’s story is instantly recognizable, in so far as you can relate to skeletons,vampires and creepy things of all kinds. I’m not a usual fan of musicals, or of Danny Elfman, but that changes in this film,as the songs and music are glorious, a perfect,flawless match of visuals and music,it just doesn’t get any better. The stop motion animation is also used to maximize its effectiveness here, it’s otherworldliness has never been better, it’s not perfect by any means, but the strength of the story,characters and music,shows that it doesn’t matter,you are just swept along by it all, shit, I LOVE this movie. 🖤🖤🖤🖤💀💀💀🎃🎃👻👻#yousuckatwatchingmovies  #thenightmarebeforechristmas 
If you want my opinion? 😂 I found Jon Watts ‘Clown’ 2014, far superior to ‘Terrifier’, very little gore, but a great story with a truly creepy Clown, ( I’m a zero fan of creepy Clowns, they do nothing for me) starring seemingly the least scary guy you’ve ever seen, Andy Powers, who finds an old Clown costume to wear at a kids party, when he finds he cannot remove the damn thing. Funny at first, it gets pretty damn dark fast, with elements of ‘The Fly’ and ancient Norse mythology thrown in, good man goes bad, I think this one is an underrated gem, not a classic, but a great idea carried out by skilled artists and professionals, if you are in the mood, you could do worse. I like the film, perhaps you might too🖤#yousuckatwatchingmovies #clown
If you want my opinion? 😂 I found Jon Watts ‘Clown’ 2014, far superior to ‘Terrifier’, very little gore, but a great story with a truly creepy Clown, ( I’m a zero fan of creepy Clowns, they do nothing for me) starring seemingly the least scary guy you’ve ever seen, Andy Powers, who finds an old Clown costume to wear at a kids party, when he finds he cannot remove the damn thing. Funny at first, it gets pretty damn dark fast, with elements of ‘The Fly’ and ancient Norse mythology thrown in, good man goes bad, I think this one is an underrated gem, not a classic, but a great idea carried out by skilled artists and professionals, if you are in the mood, you could do worse. I like the film, perhaps you might too🖤#yousuckatwatchingmovies  #clown 
Happily, Director Bryan Forbes’ Sci-fi classic, ‘The Stepford Wives’  1975 is on Amazon Prime, the film was a small success at the time, but it’s reputation and cultural significance has increased over the years,I think it’s not only great, but an important film, that needs a new audience, now more than ever. Katherine Ross was always one of my favorite 60’s Women,she is damn good in this,I feel a career best, she plays photographer Joanna, who moves out of New York with her husband Walter, to sleepy little Connecticut town Stepford, for clean air,clean living.  Once there Joanna meets a new friend, sloppy, fun Bobbie, who form a close relationship, they spend time laughing at the cookie cutter neighbors together, but bit by bit, they realize there is something very wrong in Stepford.  The husbands all are in a secret club, and their wives, at one time independent, willful, intellectual and imperfect, are starting to resemble tv commercials with playboy looks, full makeup,impeccable, slaves to their husbands every whim, all of them losing their previous independent streaks. Paranoia piles up,  Joanna is desperate to make sense of it all, the film turns the screws slowly,it creeps up on you, before you know it you are in deep along with Joanna, it’s fantastic stuff, based on the novel by Ira Levin, watching it again hit me hard, with everything going on in politics right now,this film is a fucking sledgehammer. Forget the stupid remakes, the original is the only way to go, none of the others come close to this ones jaw dropping final few scenes, makeup artist Dick Smith must have had fun working on this one! Terrifying and timely, it’s a must see. 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻#yousuckatwatchingmovies  #thestepfordwives #moviereview  This movie inspired one of my large sculptures, ‘Domestic Goddess’
Happily, Director Bryan Forbes’ Sci-fi classic, ‘The Stepford Wives’ 1975 is on Amazon Prime, the film was a small success at the time, but it’s reputation and cultural significance has increased over the years,I think it’s not only great, but an important film, that needs a new audience, now more than ever. Katherine Ross was always one of my favorite 60’s Women,she is damn good in this,I feel a career best, she plays photographer Joanna, who moves out of New York with her husband Walter, to sleepy little Connecticut town Stepford, for clean air,clean living. Once there Joanna meets a new friend, sloppy, fun Bobbie, who form a close relationship, they spend time laughing at the cookie cutter neighbors together, but bit by bit, they realize there is something very wrong in Stepford. The husbands all are in a secret club, and their wives, at one time independent, willful, intellectual and imperfect, are starting to resemble tv commercials with playboy looks, full makeup,impeccable, slaves to their husbands every whim, all of them losing their previous independent streaks. Paranoia piles up, Joanna is desperate to make sense of it all, the film turns the screws slowly,it creeps up on you, before you know it you are in deep along with Joanna, it’s fantastic stuff, based on the novel by Ira Levin, watching it again hit me hard, with everything going on in politics right now,this film is a fucking sledgehammer. Forget the stupid remakes, the original is the only way to go, none of the others come close to this ones jaw dropping final few scenes, makeup artist Dick Smith must have had fun working on this one! Terrifying and timely, it’s a must see. 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻#yousuckatwatchingmovies  #thestepfordwives  #moviereview  This movie inspired one of my large sculptures, ‘Domestic Goddess’
I’m deeply passionate about ‘The Invisible Man’ 1933, Directed by the remarkable James Whale, it’s part Horror, part Sci-fi and part black comedy,pitch black,dark,dark,dark, it’s often hilarious,cartoony and then quickly switches to what is basically a serial killer movie with a heavy body count.  Claude Rains plays Jack Griffin, scientist, who comes up with a way to turn himself invisible, in the process turns himself into a homicidal maniac, he turns up at a pub in a snowstorm, in one of the greatest film entrances in history, all in black,with bandaged face, welders goggles,fake nose and hat,covered in snow, and that voice! Instantly chilling and electrifying, it’s one of my favorite movie moments, and happily, the film never loses its opening power.  We see Griffin try to enlist his assistant Kemp in his murderous plans, which are both horrifying and blackly comic, he wants to terrify the world, and as the movie progresses,he is largely successful, everything from pushing babies out of prams to derailing trains,killing hundreds, there’s a scene where he kills a policeman with a table, I find it shocking in its brutality as is his casual approach to carnage, Griffin is one of the nastiest murderers in film, despite there being no gore at all. The FX are still mostly convincing, often clever, I can image they were astonishing on its release,the acting uniformly good, Una O’Conner is dialed up to the top,but I find it works in the context of the whole, but best of all is the script, it’s full of one liners,passages of brilliance, so quotable, not a line is wasted, all in all, it’s one of the best Horror films I’ve ever seen,I cannot recommend it highly enough. #yousuckatwatchingmovies #theinvisibleman #moviereview
I’m deeply passionate about ‘The Invisible Man’ 1933, Directed by the remarkable James Whale, it’s part Horror, part Sci-fi and part black comedy,pitch black,dark,dark,dark, it’s often hilarious,cartoony and then quickly switches to what is basically a serial killer movie with a heavy body count. Claude Rains plays Jack Griffin, scientist, who comes up with a way to turn himself invisible, in the process turns himself into a homicidal maniac, he turns up at a pub in a snowstorm, in one of the greatest film entrances in history, all in black,with bandaged face, welders goggles,fake nose and hat,covered in snow, and that voice! Instantly chilling and electrifying, it’s one of my favorite movie moments, and happily, the film never loses its opening power. We see Griffin try to enlist his assistant Kemp in his murderous plans, which are both horrifying and blackly comic, he wants to terrify the world, and as the movie progresses,he is largely successful, everything from pushing babies out of prams to derailing trains,killing hundreds, there’s a scene where he kills a policeman with a table, I find it shocking in its brutality as is his casual approach to carnage, Griffin is one of the nastiest murderers in film, despite there being no gore at all. The FX are still mostly convincing, often clever, I can image they were astonishing on its release,the acting uniformly good, Una O’Conner is dialed up to the top,but I find it works in the context of the whole, but best of all is the script, it’s full of one liners,passages of brilliance, so quotable, not a line is wasted, all in all, it’s one of the best Horror films I’ve ever seen,I cannot recommend it highly enough. #yousuckatwatchingmovies  #theinvisibleman  #moviereview 
It's infinitely more painful to remove a tattoo than it is to receive one. And the same is true for love. You don't have to go through the pain of removing your love for me... so I will take back my tattoo as a souvenir.(c)  #Everly #everly2014 #whynot #ilikeit #yousuckatwatchingmovies #autumn2018 #day8 #selfie #snapchat #stupido
There are many artists that have greatly inspired me, but 3 really stand out, H.R. Giger, Stanley Kubrick, and the subject of this documentary film, Lee Alexander McQueen. ‘McQueen’ 2018 is pretty much by the numbers,has interviews with friends and family, we learn about Lee’s early life, we see film of him starting out,the film is very successful at giving us a picture of what inspired McQueen, how his personal life directly affected his creations. But really, it’s all about the man’s extraordinary creativity and those clothes,you don’t need to be a fashion fan to appreciate the forms,colors and details, we get a good look at the process of making them as well as the fucking incredible shows, blood,insane asylums,birds,animals,sex,boobs and robots, why I love him so much is easy to see. It’s a great documentary,very informative and gives a clear window into an unusual career and business, it’s the best documentary I’ve seen on fashion, if you are interested in seeing what blows me away, you need to check it out. On Amazon and ITunes #yousuckatwatchingmovies
There are many artists that have greatly inspired me, but 3 really stand out, H.R. Giger, Stanley Kubrick, and the subject of this documentary film, Lee Alexander McQueen. ‘McQueen’ 2018 is pretty much by the numbers,has interviews with friends and family, we learn about Lee’s early life, we see film of him starting out,the film is very successful at giving us a picture of what inspired McQueen, how his personal life directly affected his creations. But really, it’s all about the man’s extraordinary creativity and those clothes,you don’t need to be a fashion fan to appreciate the forms,colors and details, we get a good look at the process of making them as well as the fucking incredible shows, blood,insane asylums,birds,animals,sex,boobs and robots, why I love him so much is easy to see. It’s a great documentary,very informative and gives a clear window into an unusual career and business, it’s the best documentary I’ve seen on fashion, if you are interested in seeing what blows me away, you need to check it out. On Amazon and ITunes #yousuckatwatchingmovies 
On Amazon. 
There are many artists that have greatly inspired me, but 3 really stand out, H.R. Giger, Stanley Kubrick, and the subject of this documentary film, Lee Alexander McQueen. ‘McQueen’ 2018 is pretty much by the numbers,has interviews with friends and family, we learn about Lee’s early life, we see film of him starting out,the film is very successful at giving us a picture of what inspired McQueen, how his personal life directly affected his creations. But really, it’s all about the man’s extraordinary creativity and those clothes,you don’t need to be a fashion fan to appreciate the forms,colors and details, we get a good look at the process of making them as well as the fucking incredible shows, blood,insane asylums,birds,animals,sex,boobs and robots, why I love him so much is easy to see. It’s a great documentary,very informative and gives a clear window into an unusual career and business, it’s the best documentary I’ve seen on fashion, if you are interested in seeing what blows me away, you need to check it out. 💔💔🖤🖤🖤🖤🖤#yousuckatwatchingmovies #mcqueen
On Amazon. There are many artists that have greatly inspired me, but 3 really stand out, H.R. Giger, Stanley Kubrick, and the subject of this documentary film, Lee Alexander McQueen. ‘McQueen’ 2018 is pretty much by the numbers,has interviews with friends and family, we learn about Lee’s early life, we see film of him starting out,the film is very successful at giving us a picture of what inspired McQueen, how his personal life directly affected his creations. But really, it’s all about the man’s extraordinary creativity and those clothes,you don’t need to be a fashion fan to appreciate the forms,colors and details, we get a good look at the process of making them as well as the fucking incredible shows, blood,insane asylums,birds,animals,sex,boobs and robots, why I love him so much is easy to see. It’s a great documentary,very informative and gives a clear window into an unusual career and business, it’s the best documentary I’ve seen on fashion, if you are interested in seeing what blows me away, you need to check it out. 💔💔🖤🖤🖤🖤🖤#yousuckatwatchingmovies  #mcqueen 
Fancy something creepy?  Perhaps some Asian ghost horror?  Lucky for you, ‘Shutter’ 2004 is now on Netflix and considering it’s zero budget,this little horror from Thailand packs a decent punch. Directed by Banjong Pisanthanakun, the story concerns photographer Tun played by a very effective Ananda Everingham, and his girlfriend Jane,played by Natthaweeranuch Thongmee, driving home late one night after a wedding, they accidentally hit a woman in the road,no one is around and Tun tells Jane to drive away without telling anyone, Tun tries to forget the night, but Jane is unable to sleep, then one day they get some photos back from processing, and uh oh, something very spooky is on the film, and events surrounding the couple start to get creepy and creepier😳😱 We have all seen variations on the story before,but this one has some genuinely unsettling moments, much of it is filmed during the day, but that doesn’t stop it from being scary,and when things do get dark, you might find your heart start to race. Very few special Fx, but the director has crafted a superb little chiller that deserves a bigger audience, switch the lights off and let this one creep up on you, definitely worth a watch. 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻😱😱😱 #yousuckatwatchingmovies #shutter #creepy #moviereview
Fancy something creepy? Perhaps some Asian ghost horror? Lucky for you, ‘Shutter’ 2004 is now on Netflix and considering it’s zero budget,this little horror from Thailand packs a decent punch. Directed by Banjong Pisanthanakun, the story concerns photographer Tun played by a very effective Ananda Everingham, and his girlfriend Jane,played by Natthaweeranuch Thongmee, driving home late one night after a wedding, they accidentally hit a woman in the road,no one is around and Tun tells Jane to drive away without telling anyone, Tun tries to forget the night, but Jane is unable to sleep, then one day they get some photos back from processing, and uh oh, something very spooky is on the film, and events surrounding the couple start to get creepy and creepier😳😱 We have all seen variations on the story before,but this one has some genuinely unsettling moments, much of it is filmed during the day, but that doesn’t stop it from being scary,and when things do get dark, you might find your heart start to race. Very few special Fx, but the director has crafted a superb little chiller that deserves a bigger audience, switch the lights off and let this one creep up on you, definitely worth a watch. 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻😱😱😱 #yousuckatwatchingmovies  #shutter  #creepy  #moviereview 
I love Genre film,Sci-Fi, Horror and Fantasy and within those groups there are many sub groups,a personal passion of mine is Giant Monster Movies,I saw ‘King Kong Vs Godzilla’ on TV one Christmas,I was 9 years old,and I was transfixed,beyond excited. The very first movie I saw on my own at the movies was ‘Godzilla vs Mechagodzilla’ in 1974, I walked 8 miles from my house to the theater,a 10 year old,times were different back then,but it started my love for film and for giant monsters.  So, ‘Kong: Skull Island’ 2017, the second film in a new ‘Monsterverse’ series,directed by upcoming talent Jordan Vogt-Roberts, with a great cast starring Tom Hiddelson,Brie Larson,Samuel L Jackson,John Goodman and a really great John C. Reilly, plus a bunch of great character actors,this film is loaded with talent and their interactions is one of the strongest parts of the film. Set in 1973, a group of monster hunters backed up by a military helicopter convoy arrive at the formerly hidden Skull Island, only to find the island has lots of bizarre residents,ruled by the massive King Kong. This guy is not your daddies Kong,he is fucking gigantic , Peter Jackson’s Kong would only reach his groin,lol! But if you are going to make a giant monster movie,go all the fucking way, the idea is already silly, and I loved this film’s unapologetic take on the material, when Kong’s attacks it’s a jaw dropper,and made me feel like that kid all over again. Jackson is the bad guy here,upset the ape has killed many of his men,he is out for revenge,at any cost,but it’s John C Reilly that steals the movie,I wasn’t sure about him in the trailer, but he is so damn likeable and funny, he becomes the film’s anchor. I thought the action and FX were first rate,this is not a giant gorilla,but more of a humanoid ape similar to the 1933 original,there are plenty of other giant lifeforms too,including a giant insect which is one of the cutest monsters I’ve ever seen,in a good way,I want one!!😩 I really enjoyed the film,preferred it to both of the new ‘Jurassic’ movies, it’s giant monster heaven. 
#yousuckatwatchingmovies #kongskullisland
I love Genre film,Sci-Fi, Horror and Fantasy and within those groups there are many sub groups,a personal passion of mine is Giant Monster Movies,I saw ‘King Kong Vs Godzilla’ on TV one Christmas,I was 9 years old,and I was transfixed,beyond excited. The very first movie I saw on my own at the movies was ‘Godzilla vs Mechagodzilla’ in 1974, I walked 8 miles from my house to the theater,a 10 year old,times were different back then,but it started my love for film and for giant monsters. So, ‘Kong: Skull Island’ 2017, the second film in a new ‘Monsterverse’ series,directed by upcoming talent Jordan Vogt-Roberts, with a great cast starring Tom Hiddelson,Brie Larson,Samuel L Jackson,John Goodman and a really great John C. Reilly, plus a bunch of great character actors,this film is loaded with talent and their interactions is one of the strongest parts of the film. Set in 1973, a group of monster hunters backed up by a military helicopter convoy arrive at the formerly hidden Skull Island, only to find the island has lots of bizarre residents,ruled by the massive King Kong. This guy is not your daddies Kong,he is fucking gigantic , Peter Jackson’s Kong would only reach his groin,lol! But if you are going to make a giant monster movie,go all the fucking way, the idea is already silly, and I loved this film’s unapologetic take on the material, when Kong’s attacks it’s a jaw dropper,and made me feel like that kid all over again. Jackson is the bad guy here,upset the ape has killed many of his men,he is out for revenge,at any cost,but it’s John C Reilly that steals the movie,I wasn’t sure about him in the trailer, but he is so damn likeable and funny, he becomes the film’s anchor. I thought the action and FX were first rate,this is not a giant gorilla,but more of a humanoid ape similar to the 1933 original,there are plenty of other giant lifeforms too,including a giant insect which is one of the cutest monsters I’ve ever seen,in a good way,I want one!!😩 I really enjoyed the film,preferred it to both of the new ‘Jurassic’ movies, it’s giant monster heaven. #yousuckatwatchingmovies  #kongskullisland 
After reviewing ‘Mandy’ I thought I would watch once again a film by the directors father, George P. Cosmatos, the supreme 80’s guilty pleasure movie, ‘Leviathan’ 1989. It’s got a great cast,including Peter Weller,Amanda Pays,Ernie Hudson and Richard Crenna, set in an underwater mining station, in vogue at that time,The Abyss’ had been making waves,so we saw a bunch of underwater ripoffs,this being my favorite. Anyway, our crew find a Russian submarine that looks as if it was sunk on purpose,no one knows why,but it’s obvious something very strange was going on,seems the Ruskies were doing genetic experiments trying to create water breathing humans,and of course,as in ‘Alien’ and ‘The Thing’ before it,something gets into their habitat and things go downhill fast.  The Fx vary,all underwater scenes were filmed dry,everyone moves slow and bits of feathers float about to try and fool us,so don’t expect to see any bubbles! it’s a hoot!  The amazing Stan Winston was brought on to make the creatures and either they had no time,no budget,or the director had no clue how to film foam rubber and KY jelly,but sadly most of the monsters are decidedly dodgy, which for me adds to the movies charm.  It even has a corporate scumbag subplot, led by Evil-Lyn herself, Meg Foster. For the most part,the acting and cast are great,they do their best,and frankly,I enjoy spending time with them,this is a fun movie,and if you go in not expecting too much,you will have a ball,it’s a perfect rainy day movie,I’ve watched it countless times and have enjoyed it every damn time. I was hoping super hot Amanda gets naked ,but she showers with her clothes on sadly😩  #yousuckatwatchingmovies #leviathan #moviereview
After reviewing ‘Mandy’ I thought I would watch once again a film by the directors father, George P. Cosmatos, the supreme 80’s guilty pleasure movie, ‘Leviathan’ 1989. It’s got a great cast,including Peter Weller,Amanda Pays,Ernie Hudson and Richard Crenna, set in an underwater mining station, in vogue at that time,The Abyss’ had been making waves,so we saw a bunch of underwater ripoffs,this being my favorite. Anyway, our crew find a Russian submarine that looks as if it was sunk on purpose,no one knows why,but it’s obvious something very strange was going on,seems the Ruskies were doing genetic experiments trying to create water breathing humans,and of course,as in ‘Alien’ and ‘The Thing’ before it,something gets into their habitat and things go downhill fast. The Fx vary,all underwater scenes were filmed dry,everyone moves slow and bits of feathers float about to try and fool us,so don’t expect to see any bubbles! it’s a hoot! The amazing Stan Winston was brought on to make the creatures and either they had no time,no budget,or the director had no clue how to film foam rubber and KY jelly,but sadly most of the monsters are decidedly dodgy, which for me adds to the movies charm. It even has a corporate scumbag subplot, led by Evil-Lyn herself, Meg Foster. For the most part,the acting and cast are great,they do their best,and frankly,I enjoy spending time with them,this is a fun movie,and if you go in not expecting too much,you will have a ball,it’s a perfect rainy day movie,I’ve watched it countless times and have enjoyed it every damn time. I was hoping super hot Amanda gets naked ,but she showers with her clothes on sadly😩 #yousuckatwatchingmovies  #leviathan  #moviereview 
From my @colinchristiansmoviepage You hear stories about bad LSD trips,”Don’t take the brown Acid”, well, ‘Mandy’ is that experience on film, it’s one of the wildest,visually stunning and fucked up films I’ve ever seen. Directed by Panos Cosmatos,who also directed the amazing ‘Beyond the Black Rainbow’ but with this one he has cemented a reputation as one to watch,consider me a fan,because I was fucking blown away by this film, it’s totally unique,and at the same time it’s full of recognizable pieces,which have been fused together by a madman director and an even crazier performer in the person of Nic Cage,who is totally unhinged in this, this is next level bonkers,it’s fucking glorious. The story is simple enough,Nic and his partner Mandy, played brilliantly by Andrea Riseborough, live a quiet life in the woods, when a hippie cult arrive,the leader takes a fancy to Mandy and things go downhill fast. Although fast is not what this film could be called,it’s relaxed,and is in no rush to tell it’s take,no crazy editing, it’s slow,methodical and heavy, and the magnificent score by the sadly passed Jóhann Jóhannsson is the same. Anyone who has a deep love for 70’s and 80’s fantasy and horror art will find much to love here,on top of that,it’s soaking in occult symbolism, it’s full of nightmarish hellscapes,the film is washed in deep primal colors,mostly red,the movie is a journey into the bowels of hell, at times I could feel both David Lynch and Ken Russell,and tonally Cronenberg looms large,it’s set in 1983 and it feels that way,the graphics and style rings true,it’s both a throwback and totally brand new. Special mention her for Cage,we have all seen this clips of him going batshit,lovers of this will find plenty to love here,along with some great ultraviolent gore,this film does not disappoint. I don’t want to say more,this is more of an experience than a standard movie,but you need to see it,ASAP, instant classic. 😈#yousuckatwatchingmovies #mandy
From my @colinchristiansmoviepage You hear stories about bad LSD trips,”Don’t take the brown Acid”, well, ‘Mandy’ is that experience on film, it’s one of the wildest,visually stunning and fucked up films I’ve ever seen. Directed by Panos Cosmatos,who also directed the amazing ‘Beyond the Black Rainbow’ but with this one he has cemented a reputation as one to watch,consider me a fan,because I was fucking blown away by this film, it’s totally unique,and at the same time it’s full of recognizable pieces,which have been fused together by a madman director and an even crazier performer in the person of Nic Cage,who is totally unhinged in this, this is next level bonkers,it’s fucking glorious. The story is simple enough,Nic and his partner Mandy, played brilliantly by Andrea Riseborough, live a quiet life in the woods, when a hippie cult arrive,the leader takes a fancy to Mandy and things go downhill fast. Although fast is not what this film could be called,it’s relaxed,and is in no rush to tell it’s take,no crazy editing, it’s slow,methodical and heavy, and the magnificent score by the sadly passed Jóhann Jóhannsson is the same. Anyone who has a deep love for 70’s and 80’s fantasy and horror art will find much to love here,on top of that,it’s soaking in occult symbolism, it’s full of nightmarish hellscapes,the film is washed in deep primal colors,mostly red,the movie is a journey into the bowels of hell, at times I could feel both David Lynch and Ken Russell,and tonally Cronenberg looms large,it’s set in 1983 and it feels that way,the graphics and style rings true,it’s both a throwback and totally brand new. Special mention her for Cage,we have all seen this clips of him going batshit,lovers of this will find plenty to love here,along with some great ultraviolent gore,this film does not disappoint. I don’t want to say more,this is more of an experience than a standard movie,but you need to see it,ASAP, instant classic. 😈#yousuckatwatchingmovies  #mandy 
It’s now obvious that some ‘Star Wars’ fans are fucking pathetic,their incel political ranting is clearly fucking up their brains, because ‘Solo’ is great fun, one of the better ‘Star Wars’ films, it’s certainly very entertaining,it may not have the scale and epicness of the Skywalker storylines, it’s a lot more ‘Rogue One’ which happens to be my second favorite SW film,after ‘A New Hope’ I don’t think we needed a Solo movie, but seeing as they made one,I’ll rate it anyway.  Alden Ehrenreich plays Han, at first I wasn’t sure,but by the end he had nailed the swagger,without a direct impression,which would have sucked. Emilia Clarke plays his love Qi’Ra, outside GOT this is the best work she’s done,there is some chemistry between the leads which is always fun,always reliable Woody Harrelson plays Han’s pirate mentor Beckett, but it’s Donald Glover that steals every scene as Lando Calrissian, and with his shiny new Millenium Falcon and collection of pimping capes, he is a lot of fun. Best of all though,the heart of the movie,is Han’s meeting with Chewie,you see their relationship grow throughout the movie, in an organic,believable way, you can’t help but be entertained,these two just work,even when other parts don’t. The trigger for the incels is the rebellious robot,L3, played by Phoebe Waller-Bridge, the character is bursting with life,and we can’t have that now can we? Assholes.  The action is terrific,especially the Kessel Run and train sequence,there are several awe inspiring visuals,and the cast works very well,as does the story,which has plenty of twists and turns, some very unexpected. The hatred for ‘The Last Jedi’ prevented fans from going to see this,a damn shame,Ron Howard did good,it’s solid,unremarkable directing,I was not bored for a second, it’s a fun, likable film, well worth your time. 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻#yousuckatwatchingmovies  #solo #moviereview
It’s now obvious that some ‘Star Wars’ fans are fucking pathetic,their incel political ranting is clearly fucking up their brains, because ‘Solo’ is great fun, one of the better ‘Star Wars’ films, it’s certainly very entertaining,it may not have the scale and epicness of the Skywalker storylines, it’s a lot more ‘Rogue One’ which happens to be my second favorite SW film,after ‘A New Hope’ I don’t think we needed a Solo movie, but seeing as they made one,I’ll rate it anyway. Alden Ehrenreich plays Han, at first I wasn’t sure,but by the end he had nailed the swagger,without a direct impression,which would have sucked. Emilia Clarke plays his love Qi’Ra, outside GOT this is the best work she’s done,there is some chemistry between the leads which is always fun,always reliable Woody Harrelson plays Han’s pirate mentor Beckett, but it’s Donald Glover that steals every scene as Lando Calrissian, and with his shiny new Millenium Falcon and collection of pimping capes, he is a lot of fun. Best of all though,the heart of the movie,is Han’s meeting with Chewie,you see their relationship grow throughout the movie, in an organic,believable way, you can’t help but be entertained,these two just work,even when other parts don’t. The trigger for the incels is the rebellious robot,L3, played by Phoebe Waller-Bridge, the character is bursting with life,and we can’t have that now can we? Assholes. The action is terrific,especially the Kessel Run and train sequence,there are several awe inspiring visuals,and the cast works very well,as does the story,which has plenty of twists and turns, some very unexpected. The hatred for ‘The Last Jedi’ prevented fans from going to see this,a damn shame,Ron Howard did good,it’s solid,unremarkable directing,I was not bored for a second, it’s a fun, likable film, well worth your time. 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻#yousuckatwatchingmovies  #solo  #moviereview 
You hear stories about bad LSD trips,”Don’t take the brown Acid”, well, ‘Mandy’ is that experience on film, it’s one of the wildest,visually stunning and fucked up films I’ve ever seen. Directed by Panos Cosmatos,who also directed the amazing ‘Beyond the Black Rainbow’ but with this one he has cemented a reputation as one to watch,consider me a fan,because I was fucking blown away by this film, it’s totally unique,and at the same time it’s full of recognizable pieces,which have been fused together by a madman director and an even crazier performer in the person of Nic Cage,who is totally unhinged in this, this is next level bonkers,it’s fucking glorious. The story is simple enough,Nic and his partner Mandy, played brilliantly by Andrea Riseborough, live a quiet life in the woods, when a hippie cult arrive,the leader takes a fancy to Mandy and things go downhill fast. Although fast is not what this film could be called,it’s relaxed,and is in no rush to tell it’s take,no crazy editing, it’s slow,methodical and heavy, and the magnificent score by the sadly passed Jóhann Jóhannsson is the same. Anyone who has a deep love for 70’s and 80’s fantasy and horror art will find much to love here,on top of that,it’s soaking in occult symbolism, it’s full of nightmarish hellscapes,the film is washed in deep primal colors,mostly red,the movie is a journey into the bowels of hell, at times I could feel both David Lynch and Ken Russell,and tonally Cronenberg looms large,it’s set in 1983 and it feels that way,the graphics and style rings true,it’s both a throwback and totally brand new. Special mention her for Cage,we have all seen this clips of him going batshit,lovers of this will find plenty to love here,along with some great ultraviolent gore,this film does not disappoint. I don’t want to say more,this is more of an experience than a standard movie,but you need to see it,ASAP, instant classic. 😈#yousuckatwatchingmovies #mandy
You hear stories about bad LSD trips,”Don’t take the brown Acid”, well, ‘Mandy’ is that experience on film, it’s one of the wildest,visually stunning and fucked up films I’ve ever seen. Directed by Panos Cosmatos,who also directed the amazing ‘Beyond the Black Rainbow’ but with this one he has cemented a reputation as one to watch,consider me a fan,because I was fucking blown away by this film, it’s totally unique,and at the same time it’s full of recognizable pieces,which have been fused together by a madman director and an even crazier performer in the person of Nic Cage,who is totally unhinged in this, this is next level bonkers,it’s fucking glorious. The story is simple enough,Nic and his partner Mandy, played brilliantly by Andrea Riseborough, live a quiet life in the woods, when a hippie cult arrive,the leader takes a fancy to Mandy and things go downhill fast. Although fast is not what this film could be called,it’s relaxed,and is in no rush to tell it’s take,no crazy editing, it’s slow,methodical and heavy, and the magnificent score by the sadly passed Jóhann Jóhannsson is the same. Anyone who has a deep love for 70’s and 80’s fantasy and horror art will find much to love here,on top of that,it’s soaking in occult symbolism, it’s full of nightmarish hellscapes,the film is washed in deep primal colors,mostly red,the movie is a journey into the bowels of hell, at times I could feel both David Lynch and Ken Russell,and tonally Cronenberg looms large,it’s set in 1983 and it feels that way,the graphics and style rings true,it’s both a throwback and totally brand new. Special mention her for Cage,we have all seen this clips of him going batshit,lovers of this will find plenty to love here,along with some great ultraviolent gore,this film does not disappoint. I don’t want to say more,this is more of an experience than a standard movie,but you need to see it,ASAP, instant classic. 😈#yousuckatwatchingmovies  #mandy 
What a lovely surprise ‘UFO’ 2018 is!  I had only heard a few whispers, my main interest in the film was the subject matter and of course,the always amazing Gillian Anderson,once again looking at lights in the sky, ( she is barely in it 😩) This film is so slight, it’s less a movie and more of a sketch,a wisp of ideas on screen, but I loved it nevertheless. A UFO is seen at an airport,we don’t get to see it, this movie is not about visuals or special Fx,nope ,it’s a movie about math,numbers,and if you don’t like them,this is not the movie for you. A math student played by Alex Sharp, analyses reports by the UFO witnesses and plane tower, and he finds a pattern hidden in various frequencies,the movie follows him as he tries to balance his college work with his teacher,Gillian Anderson,a former math genius, his friends, and these UFO numbers that he can’t get out of his head. The always reliable David Strathairn plays FBI man and UFO cover up guy, who is also trying to decode the numbers,it seems as if time is running out,will these people find what they are looking for?  This is a smart movie, but it’s so thin, obviously cheap, but not in a bad way,it’s a simple story of a man trying to work out a problem,that’s it,no car crashes,no running about,no guns or action,just talking and thinking,in other words,believable.  I’m a believer in UFOs but I would say if you don’t care too much about the subject,then this is not the movie for you, it’s barely worth the rental,but I did like it,I’m happy to have seen it, and would watch it again.  UFOs represent hope to me,if I need a jolt of happy? A UFO movie will do it,so bear that in mind. If you ever need a fix? I subscribe to Secureteam 10 on YouTube, my go to for all things weird, I watch every post, it’s my happytime❤️❤️❤️👽 #yousuckatwatchingmovies #ufo #gilliananderson
What a lovely surprise ‘UFO’ 2018 is! I had only heard a few whispers, my main interest in the film was the subject matter and of course,the always amazing Gillian Anderson,once again looking at lights in the sky, ( she is barely in it 😩) This film is so slight, it’s less a movie and more of a sketch,a wisp of ideas on screen, but I loved it nevertheless. A UFO is seen at an airport,we don’t get to see it, this movie is not about visuals or special Fx,nope ,it’s a movie about math,numbers,and if you don’t like them,this is not the movie for you. A math student played by Alex Sharp, analyses reports by the UFO witnesses and plane tower, and he finds a pattern hidden in various frequencies,the movie follows him as he tries to balance his college work with his teacher,Gillian Anderson,a former math genius, his friends, and these UFO numbers that he can’t get out of his head. The always reliable David Strathairn plays FBI man and UFO cover up guy, who is also trying to decode the numbers,it seems as if time is running out,will these people find what they are looking for? This is a smart movie, but it’s so thin, obviously cheap, but not in a bad way,it’s a simple story of a man trying to work out a problem,that’s it,no car crashes,no running about,no guns or action,just talking and thinking,in other words,believable. I’m a believer in UFOs but I would say if you don’t care too much about the subject,then this is not the movie for you, it’s barely worth the rental,but I did like it,I’m happy to have seen it, and would watch it again. UFOs represent hope to me,if I need a jolt of happy? A UFO movie will do it,so bear that in mind. If you ever need a fix? I subscribe to Secureteam 10 on YouTube, my go to for all things weird, I watch every post, it’s my happytime❤️❤️❤️👽 #yousuckatwatchingmovies  #ufo  #gilliananderson 
From my @colinchristiansmoviepage 💔💔💔 I see today that Burt Reynolds has passed away, he was a 70’s icon, and occasionally he was brilliant in a role,none greater than in John Boorman’s survivalist masterpiece ‘Deliverance’ in 1972. Four city guys, Ned Beatty,Ronny Cox, John Voight and Burt, decide to go hunting in the backwoods in Tennessee,an area is about to be flooded over because of a new dam,and the guys want to see it before it’s lost forever,they drive down,get out the canoes, and prepare for a weekend of macho fun,but things do not turn out as planned.  The early sequence with Ronny Cox and a disabled local playing ‘Duelling Banjos’ seals this movies fate as a classic, it’s brilliant❤️❤️❤️❤️👏🏻This film has been the image that flashes in your mind when you think about hillbillies,rednecks and inbreds,so powerful it is, and of course,when our city slickers get caught up with the locals, their jokes are no longer funny,this flick has a creepy vibe from the start,but once it lets loose,the tension becomes unbearable,it’s a marvel of acting and direction. The film contains a scene of male rape,so transgressive,so horrifying, it will stick with you forever,the film cleverly dismantles ideas of male posturing and aggression, it’s not easy to predict what happens,since most of the traditional rules have been thrown out of the window. 70’s cinema remains my favorite period,and this is one of its hardest hitting examples, a great film,an absolute must see. Even Burt surprises in this,his like will not be seen again,R.I.P. Mr Reynolds,you did good.  I shall watch tonight in your honor🙏🏻💔 #yousuckatwatchingmovies #deliverance #ripburtreynolds #moviereview
From my @colinchristiansmoviepage 💔💔💔 I see today that Burt Reynolds has passed away, he was a 70’s icon, and occasionally he was brilliant in a role,none greater than in John Boorman’s survivalist masterpiece ‘Deliverance’ in 1972. Four city guys, Ned Beatty,Ronny Cox, John Voight and Burt, decide to go hunting in the backwoods in Tennessee,an area is about to be flooded over because of a new dam,and the guys want to see it before it’s lost forever,they drive down,get out the canoes, and prepare for a weekend of macho fun,but things do not turn out as planned. The early sequence with Ronny Cox and a disabled local playing ‘Duelling Banjos’ seals this movies fate as a classic, it’s brilliant❤️❤️❤️❤️👏🏻This film has been the image that flashes in your mind when you think about hillbillies,rednecks and inbreds,so powerful it is, and of course,when our city slickers get caught up with the locals, their jokes are no longer funny,this flick has a creepy vibe from the start,but once it lets loose,the tension becomes unbearable,it’s a marvel of acting and direction. The film contains a scene of male rape,so transgressive,so horrifying, it will stick with you forever,the film cleverly dismantles ideas of male posturing and aggression, it’s not easy to predict what happens,since most of the traditional rules have been thrown out of the window. 70’s cinema remains my favorite period,and this is one of its hardest hitting examples, a great film,an absolute must see. Even Burt surprises in this,his like will not be seen again,R.I.P. Mr Reynolds,you did good. I shall watch tonight in your honor🙏🏻💔 #yousuckatwatchingmovies  #deliverance  #ripburtreynolds  #moviereview 
I see today that Burt Reynolds has passed away, he was a 70’s icon, and occasionally he was brilliant in a role,none greater than in John Boorman’s survivalist masterpiece ‘Deliverance’ in 1972. Four city guys, Ned Beatty,Ronny Cox, John Voight and Burt, decide to go hunting in the backwoods in Tennessee,an area is about to be flooded over because of a new dam,and the guys want to see it before it’s lost forever,they drive down,get out the canoes, and prepare for a weekend of macho fun,but things do not turn out as planned.  The early sequence with Ronny Cox and a disabled local playing ‘Duelling Banjos’ seals this movies fate as a classic, it’s brilliant❤️❤️❤️❤️👏🏻This film has been the image that flashes in your mind when you think about hillbillies,rednecks and inbreds,so powerful it is, and of course,when our city slickers get caught up with the locals, their jokes are no longer funny,this flick has a creepy vibe from the start,but once it lets loose,the tension becomes unbearable,it’s a marvel of acting and direction. The film contains a scene of male rape,so transgressive,so horrifying, it will stick with you forever,the film cleverly dismantles ideas of male posturing and aggression, it’s not easy to predict what happens,since most of the traditional rules have been thrown out of the window. 70’s cinema remains my favorite period,and this is one of its hardest hitting examples, a great film,an absolute must see. Even Burt surprises in this,his like will not be seen again,R.I.P. Mr Reynolds,you did good.  I shall watch tonight in your honor🙏🏻💔 #yousuckatwatchingmovies #deliverance #ripburtreynolds #moviereview
I see today that Burt Reynolds has passed away, he was a 70’s icon, and occasionally he was brilliant in a role,none greater than in John Boorman’s survivalist masterpiece ‘Deliverance’ in 1972. Four city guys, Ned Beatty,Ronny Cox, John Voight and Burt, decide to go hunting in the backwoods in Tennessee,an area is about to be flooded over because of a new dam,and the guys want to see it before it’s lost forever,they drive down,get out the canoes, and prepare for a weekend of macho fun,but things do not turn out as planned. The early sequence with Ronny Cox and a disabled local playing ‘Duelling Banjos’ seals this movies fate as a classic, it’s brilliant❤️❤️❤️❤️👏🏻This film has been the image that flashes in your mind when you think about hillbillies,rednecks and inbreds,so powerful it is, and of course,when our city slickers get caught up with the locals, their jokes are no longer funny,this flick has a creepy vibe from the start,but once it lets loose,the tension becomes unbearable,it’s a marvel of acting and direction. The film contains a scene of male rape,so transgressive,so horrifying, it will stick with you forever,the film cleverly dismantles ideas of male posturing and aggression, it’s not easy to predict what happens,since most of the traditional rules have been thrown out of the window. 70’s cinema remains my favorite period,and this is one of its hardest hitting examples, a great film,an absolute must see. Even Burt surprises in this,his like will not be seen again,R.I.P. Mr Reynolds,you did good. I shall watch tonight in your honor🙏🏻💔 #yousuckatwatchingmovies  #deliverance  #ripburtreynolds  #moviereview 
I featured ‘What we do in the Shadows’ 2014 so many times on my main page,I managed to get a lot of converts to the Taika Waititi directed movie,everyone who sees it falls in love with it,I did,it’s my favorite comedy and vampire movie,rather unexpected. It stars Taika Waititi, Jemaine Clement, Rhys Darby, Jonathan Brugh, Cori Gonzalez-Macuer and Stu Rutherford, it’s a mockumentary following a group of vampire flat mates sharing an old house in sleepy Wellington,New Zealand,and a camera crew follows them around,what do New Zealand vampires do for fun? We get to find out,and it’s fucking hysterical. Only someone with first hand knowledge can write Goth characters as well as this,it’s acutely observed,and chock full of vampire history and pop culture,this film is a hoot,I have never laughed at a movie as much as this one,the barrage of jokes and one liners is non stop,in fact it’s best after several viewings to catch it all,I’ve seen it 10 times at least and I’m still finding new things. The three leads are damn good together,the type of reactions you only see in real friendships, they might be playing cold bloodsuckers,but the warmth coming from the screen is a joy to see, and damn funny to boot. We get to see Batfights,Vampire Discos,hang out with Werewolves, and get to see failed vampire attacks and even some Byzantium erotic dancing,fuck this film is amazing,every second of it,I feel jealous of those who have never seen it,you are in for the time of your life with this bunch of hilarious fuckers. You need to see Taika’s other movies,they are all great, his next flick is an anti racism flick about Hitler! 😂🙏🏻🙏🏻🖤🖤🖤🖤🖤🖤 #yousuckatwatchingmovies #whatwedointheshadows #genius #funnyasfuck #moviereview
I featured ‘What we do in the Shadows’ 2014 so many times on my main page,I managed to get a lot of converts to the Taika Waititi directed movie,everyone who sees it falls in love with it,I did,it’s my favorite comedy and vampire movie,rather unexpected. It stars Taika Waititi, Jemaine Clement, Rhys Darby, Jonathan Brugh, Cori Gonzalez-Macuer and Stu Rutherford, it’s a mockumentary following a group of vampire flat mates sharing an old house in sleepy Wellington,New Zealand,and a camera crew follows them around,what do New Zealand vampires do for fun? We get to find out,and it’s fucking hysterical. Only someone with first hand knowledge can write Goth characters as well as this,it’s acutely observed,and chock full of vampire history and pop culture,this film is a hoot,I have never laughed at a movie as much as this one,the barrage of jokes and one liners is non stop,in fact it’s best after several viewings to catch it all,I’ve seen it 10 times at least and I’m still finding new things. The three leads are damn good together,the type of reactions you only see in real friendships, they might be playing cold bloodsuckers,but the warmth coming from the screen is a joy to see, and damn funny to boot. We get to see Batfights,Vampire Discos,hang out with Werewolves, and get to see failed vampire attacks and even some Byzantium erotic dancing,fuck this film is amazing,every second of it,I feel jealous of those who have never seen it,you are in for the time of your life with this bunch of hilarious fuckers. You need to see Taika’s other movies,they are all great, his next flick is an anti racism flick about Hitler! 😂🙏🏻🙏🏻🖤🖤🖤🖤🖤🖤 #yousuckatwatchingmovies  #whatwedointheshadows  #genius  #funnyasfuck  #moviereview 
I’ll be reviewing lots of Korean films here,theirs is a unique cinema,many titles are preoccupied with vengeance and righteousness in all its forms,and they have become experts at the art,you want to see bad guys get it? Korean Film baby! ‘The Villainess’ has found a star in Kim Ok-Bin, she tears up the screen in bloody style,and can deliver genuine pathos in its quieter moments,the film,written and directed by Jung Byung-gil he delivers a film that is part action,part spy thriller and part family drama,and it works.  The storyline is too convoluted to go into detail here, but the film starts out with a fucking jaw dropping scene of action ultraviolence,it’s done first person style,so you get to shoot,stab,jump through doors and windows,slice open necks and bodies,complete with gallons of the red stuff,it does not hold back, the film then shifts to an assassin training camp for women, where the already pregnant lead has her child, she is trained under the condition that she can be called into service at any time,her agency is trying to stop drug bosses,crime lords and killers, and while she is trying to get on with family life,she has to juggle killing on order with bringing up her kid. The film is full of twists and turns,double crosses,lies,schemes and treachery, but what it really excels at are the action sequences,they are fucking wondrous,on many occasions I did not know how they achieved what they did,the camera moves about like another character,how the fuck they achieved some of these scenes is a mystery,it’s jaw dropping,violent in the extreme,super fast paced, quite brilliant. Towards the end our lead is driving a car 80 miles a hour,sitting on the hood ‘Death Proof’ style, racing through city traffic,with a ninja axe in her hand,ready to fuck everyone up,it’s electrifying.  Kim is a star,she carries the movie,is damn good at everything,she makes our American action stars pale in comparison,she is Vengeance herself, this poster tells the truth. 😳😈🖤🖤🖤🖤🖤#yousuckatwatchingmovies #thevillainess #moviereview #koreancinemarocks
I’ll be reviewing lots of Korean films here,theirs is a unique cinema,many titles are preoccupied with vengeance and righteousness in all its forms,and they have become experts at the art,you want to see bad guys get it? Korean Film baby! ‘The Villainess’ has found a star in Kim Ok-Bin, she tears up the screen in bloody style,and can deliver genuine pathos in its quieter moments,the film,written and directed by Jung Byung-gil he delivers a film that is part action,part spy thriller and part family drama,and it works. The storyline is too convoluted to go into detail here, but the film starts out with a fucking jaw dropping scene of action ultraviolence,it’s done first person style,so you get to shoot,stab,jump through doors and windows,slice open necks and bodies,complete with gallons of the red stuff,it does not hold back, the film then shifts to an assassin training camp for women, where the already pregnant lead has her child, she is trained under the condition that she can be called into service at any time,her agency is trying to stop drug bosses,crime lords and killers, and while she is trying to get on with family life,she has to juggle killing on order with bringing up her kid. The film is full of twists and turns,double crosses,lies,schemes and treachery, but what it really excels at are the action sequences,they are fucking wondrous,on many occasions I did not know how they achieved what they did,the camera moves about like another character,how the fuck they achieved some of these scenes is a mystery,it’s jaw dropping,violent in the extreme,super fast paced, quite brilliant. Towards the end our lead is driving a car 80 miles a hour,sitting on the hood ‘Death Proof’ style, racing through city traffic,with a ninja axe in her hand,ready to fuck everyone up,it’s electrifying. Kim is a star,she carries the movie,is damn good at everything,she makes our American action stars pale in comparison,she is Vengeance herself, this poster tells the truth. 😳😈🖤🖤🖤🖤🖤#yousuckatwatchingmovies  #thevillainess  #moviereview  #koreancinemarocks 
Anyone who knows me or my work already knows just how much ‘Barbarella’ 1968 means to me,I saw it as a teen,and it has attached itself to me like few films have, I feel this movie,it’s visual language is now my own, and I couldn’t be happier. Directed by Svengali Roger Vadim, it stars a young Jane Fonda in the role, she’s a futuristic James Bond in space, my first action heroine,out to save the day, and my life was changed forever after seeing it that first time. Barbarella is tasked to find the scientist Duran Duran, he has created a weapon,the first in centuries,and Babs has to prevent him from using it on the far away system of Tau Ceti,where she gets to meet a range of crazy characters. In 1968, Mod fashion was at its height,futuristic materials,lava lamps,faux fur,acrylic everything were all the rage,the film is full of superb French /Italian design,Paco Rabanne designed Janes ever changing wardrobe,sadly the script never reaches the heights of the visuals,it’s not an exciting or suspenseful film,it’s sexy,whimsical in that awesome 60’s way, but there are no awards for acting here, it really relies on it’s attractiveness of its stars,luckily,they are all gorgeous. Pygar the angel played by the very handsome John Philip Law,and the Black Queen,the Great Tyrant herself,played by Anita Pallenberg, both fun performances, your love of the film relies on these stars,you either get it,or you do not,I do,very much❤️ Notable scenes include Barbarella making love the old fashioned way with a very hairy Italian ice Captain,the snapping jaws of toothy dolls,Jane in an orgasm machine which she wears out 😂 using her sexy skills to get an angel to fly,or escaping a giant lava lamp with an invisible key,it’s super silly stuff,but I’m crazy about it. The soundtrack is super groovy too,the songs are great fun,it all paints a picture of a time where love could solve every problem,where the future was positive,and when a spaceship lined with faux fur was on everyone’s must have list. If you loved this,then you need to see ‘Danger Diabolik’ too❤️ #yousuckatwatchingmovies
Anyone who knows me or my work already knows just how much ‘Barbarella’ 1968 means to me,I saw it as a teen,and it has attached itself to me like few films have, I feel this movie,it’s visual language is now my own, and I couldn’t be happier. Directed by Svengali Roger Vadim, it stars a young Jane Fonda in the role, she’s a futuristic James Bond in space, my first action heroine,out to save the day, and my life was changed forever after seeing it that first time. Barbarella is tasked to find the scientist Duran Duran, he has created a weapon,the first in centuries,and Babs has to prevent him from using it on the far away system of Tau Ceti,where she gets to meet a range of crazy characters. In 1968, Mod fashion was at its height,futuristic materials,lava lamps,faux fur,acrylic everything were all the rage,the film is full of superb French /Italian design,Paco Rabanne designed Janes ever changing wardrobe,sadly the script never reaches the heights of the visuals,it’s not an exciting or suspenseful film,it’s sexy,whimsical in that awesome 60’s way, but there are no awards for acting here, it really relies on it’s attractiveness of its stars,luckily,they are all gorgeous. Pygar the angel played by the very handsome John Philip Law,and the Black Queen,the Great Tyrant herself,played by Anita Pallenberg, both fun performances, your love of the film relies on these stars,you either get it,or you do not,I do,very much❤️ Notable scenes include Barbarella making love the old fashioned way with a very hairy Italian ice Captain,the snapping jaws of toothy dolls,Jane in an orgasm machine which she wears out 😂 using her sexy skills to get an angel to fly,or escaping a giant lava lamp with an invisible key,it’s super silly stuff,but I’m crazy about it. The soundtrack is super groovy too,the songs are great fun,it all paints a picture of a time where love could solve every problem,where the future was positive,and when a spaceship lined with faux fur was on everyone’s must have list. If you loved this,then you need to see ‘Danger Diabolik’ too❤️ #yousuckatwatchingmovies 
I saw ‘The Cell’ at the flicks in 2000,I was so blown away I went online and bought a press kit,with photos and slides from the film,I’ve seen it countless times since then,I think it’s criminally underrated, a visual classic. Tarsem Singh directs this astonishing movie,his visual style is instantly recognizable, of all his films,I still think this is his best,it’s full of remarkable,sublime images,some of the sequences are so striking they are burned into my mind. Vince Vaughn plays an FBI agent after serial killer Vincent D’Onofrio, they find their man,but only after he has a seizure,which renders him unable to communicate,they need to go into his mind,using a technique that expert Jennifer Lopez has been using to help coma patients,once inside, they are in the mind of one twisted fuck,will they get lost?  Damn,this film is so good,the cast exceptional,including Lopez,she’s superb in this, I’ve never seen her repeat this level of acting again,which is a shame,maybe she needs to work with Tarsem again?  The films set pieces are the visits to the killers brain,up is down,day is night, these scenes are so outstanding,so visually impressive,the rest of the film could be crap and it would still be good,but luckily,it’s a great film across the board,the cinematography,set design,makeup,costumes all first rate,a true artistic vision, it’s a shame we don’t get to see such work on the big screen anymore,the film was not a hit,which is a mystery to me,because it’s a great,an absolute must see for anyone who cares about movies or art. #yousuckatwatchingmovies #thecell #moviereview
I saw ‘The Cell’ at the flicks in 2000,I was so blown away I went online and bought a press kit,with photos and slides from the film,I’ve seen it countless times since then,I think it’s criminally underrated, a visual classic. Tarsem Singh directs this astonishing movie,his visual style is instantly recognizable, of all his films,I still think this is his best,it’s full of remarkable,sublime images,some of the sequences are so striking they are burned into my mind. Vince Vaughn plays an FBI agent after serial killer Vincent D’Onofrio, they find their man,but only after he has a seizure,which renders him unable to communicate,they need to go into his mind,using a technique that expert Jennifer Lopez has been using to help coma patients,once inside, they are in the mind of one twisted fuck,will they get lost? Damn,this film is so good,the cast exceptional,including Lopez,she’s superb in this, I’ve never seen her repeat this level of acting again,which is a shame,maybe she needs to work with Tarsem again? The films set pieces are the visits to the killers brain,up is down,day is night, these scenes are so outstanding,so visually impressive,the rest of the film could be crap and it would still be good,but luckily,it’s a great film across the board,the cinematography,set design,makeup,costumes all first rate,a true artistic vision, it’s a shame we don’t get to see such work on the big screen anymore,the film was not a hit,which is a mystery to me,because it’s a great,an absolute must see for anyone who cares about movies or art. #yousuckatwatchingmovies  #thecell  #moviereview 
If you are one of those looking for hardcore horror, the nasty,fucked up kind?  Then you will find it in ‘Frontier(s)’ 2008, another of those French extreme films,although not as well known as the fucking brilliant ‘Martyrs’ and ‘Inside’, like them,it delivers the grisly goods.  We are introduced to a car full of French/ Muslim people,it’s after a political riot in Paris, and the group want to get out of town,quick,two will go ahead and find a place to stay in the country,the others will catch up.  So Alex and Tom drive off to the sticks,and find a tiny Inn of the beaten track, things are weird right away,a couple of the local girls are VERY friendly, it’s obviously a hangout for French rednecks, but the guys call the rest of their group to come and stay. Sami and Yasmine arrive,they need a Doctor, and once the group are separated,their mysterious hosts reveal their plans, fuck.😳😱 This is not an easy watch,there are Nazi overtones, some extreme ultraviolence, and because of the advances in special makeup Fx, much of it is fucking nasty,graphic stuff, and the tone is bleak,sparse,this ain’t a fun time,it’s horrible. But if you are searching for the more extreme stuff, you will find some of it here! #yousuckatwatchingmovies #frontier(s) #moviereview
If you are one of those looking for hardcore horror, the nasty,fucked up kind? Then you will find it in ‘Frontier(s)’ 2008, another of those French extreme films,although not as well known as the fucking brilliant ‘Martyrs’ and ‘Inside’, like them,it delivers the grisly goods. We are introduced to a car full of French/ Muslim people,it’s after a political riot in Paris, and the group want to get out of town,quick,two will go ahead and find a place to stay in the country,the others will catch up. So Alex and Tom drive off to the sticks,and find a tiny Inn of the beaten track, things are weird right away,a couple of the local girls are VERY friendly, it’s obviously a hangout for French rednecks, but the guys call the rest of their group to come and stay. Sami and Yasmine arrive,they need a Doctor, and once the group are separated,their mysterious hosts reveal their plans, fuck.😳😱 This is not an easy watch,there are Nazi overtones, some extreme ultraviolence, and because of the advances in special makeup Fx, much of it is fucking nasty,graphic stuff, and the tone is bleak,sparse,this ain’t a fun time,it’s horrible. But if you are searching for the more extreme stuff, you will find some of it here! #yousuckatwatchingmovies  #frontier (s) #moviereview 
There are lots of movies about love,but none in my mind get right down to the core of it better than ‘Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind’ 2004. Director Michel Gondry is responsible for some very creative music videos,but this is next level work, so real,so raw, so out there,it’s a marvel the film works as well as it does,but by the end,you are so emotionally connected to the characters,every word,every tiny gesture,you are there,it’s a unique,beautiful experience. I love to see comedians playing straight roles,I think they bring a melancholic tone unique to their talents,Robin Williams was one,and here Jim Carrey gets to shine next to Kate Winslet, they play Joel and Clementine,  few couples are as relatable and real as these guys,it’s wonderful.  They meet on a train,start a relationship,it has its ups and downs,they split up,only for Joel to receive a card saying that Clementinehas hired a company to wipe all her memories of Joel,and he decides to do the same, and during this bizarre service the story unfolds,layer after layer,drifting through Joel’s memories, it’s at first disorienting but then you are swept along, it’s a great ride,Gondry has a whimsical approach,but it never comes across as anything other than genuine,you care about these people,you acknowledge their faults,we’ve all been there,the complexity of human emotion laid bare,often hilarious and silly, but damn,is it effective. Carrey and Winslet give career best performances,Kate was nominated for an Oscar,Sas often tells me just how relatable her character is, and you mix this with some special Fx that creep up on you,am I seeing this? Brilliant. By the time you get to the end you are fully invested,hanging off every word,it really is an incredible film,it pins down Love,just for attempting it deserves praise,for achieving it? What a rarity. ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️#yousuckatwatchingmovies #eternalsunshineofthespotlessmind #moviereview
There are lots of movies about love,but none in my mind get right down to the core of it better than ‘Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind’ 2004. Director Michel Gondry is responsible for some very creative music videos,but this is next level work, so real,so raw, so out there,it’s a marvel the film works as well as it does,but by the end,you are so emotionally connected to the characters,every word,every tiny gesture,you are there,it’s a unique,beautiful experience. I love to see comedians playing straight roles,I think they bring a melancholic tone unique to their talents,Robin Williams was one,and here Jim Carrey gets to shine next to Kate Winslet, they play Joel and Clementine, few couples are as relatable and real as these guys,it’s wonderful. They meet on a train,start a relationship,it has its ups and downs,they split up,only for Joel to receive a card saying that Clementinehas hired a company to wipe all her memories of Joel,and he decides to do the same, and during this bizarre service the story unfolds,layer after layer,drifting through Joel’s memories, it’s at first disorienting but then you are swept along, it’s a great ride,Gondry has a whimsical approach,but it never comes across as anything other than genuine,you care about these people,you acknowledge their faults,we’ve all been there,the complexity of human emotion laid bare,often hilarious and silly, but damn,is it effective. Carrey and Winslet give career best performances,Kate was nominated for an Oscar,Sas often tells me just how relatable her character is, and you mix this with some special Fx that creep up on you,am I seeing this? Brilliant. By the time you get to the end you are fully invested,hanging off every word,it really is an incredible film,it pins down Love,just for attempting it deserves praise,for achieving it? What a rarity. ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️#yousuckatwatchingmovies  #eternalsunshineofthespotlessmind  #moviereview 
I’m a big fan of Zack Snyder’s Watchmen’, along with ‘The Incredibles’ and ‘The Dark Knight’ it’s my favorite superhero film,and it’s that I will discuss here,not the Graphic Novel,which are two completely different things.  First up,that title sequence,it’s certainly up there with the most effective I’ve ever seen as far as introducing the tone of the following movie, it’s brilliant,subverting our timeline and introducing the characters,still stunning. The world of ‘Watchmen’ seems a little closer than on its release so I thought I would check it out again to see how I felt,and yes,it delivers, not the usual escapism, but a dark tale about the very nature of humanity,it’s not for everyone.  An ex Superhero is murdered, The Comedian, one of his old teammates Rorschach, suspects a wider conspiracy and he goes about contacting the team to find out what’s going on,and in the process discovers events that will affect all life on earth. The America shown is one from our nightmares,I’m sure many would argue we are there already,it’s scary,dark,Nixon is still in power,Nuclear war is right around the corner,no sunshine,no hope,all cynicism, this is not a happy place, I’m sure that has put many off, but for me it’s a warning sign,a parable to show us where we don’t want to go,and that is as valuable as escapism.  The scenes with the creation of Dr Manhattan,done to Philip Glass are among my favorite in genre film,simply awe inspiring,I’m biased though,Manhattan and his distance from humankind,his logic, it’s something I aspire to myself, I get that guy and no one else,so the film’s least human character is my anchor throughout it all, that probably says something,I’m not sure what. The action is violent and stunning,the Owlship at the prison sequence is jaw dropping, the film is light on action considering it’s all about Superheroes,but it’s the quotes that lift the material to the skies. I love this movie,it’s pitch black heart.
Dan Dreiberg: What happened to us? What happened to the American Dream?
Edward Blake: "What happened to the American Dream?" It came true! You're lookin' at it... #yousuckatwatchingmovies #watchmen
I’m a big fan of Zack Snyder’s Watchmen’, along with ‘The Incredibles’ and ‘The Dark Knight’ it’s my favorite superhero film,and it’s that I will discuss here,not the Graphic Novel,which are two completely different things. First up,that title sequence,it’s certainly up there with the most effective I’ve ever seen as far as introducing the tone of the following movie, it’s brilliant,subverting our timeline and introducing the characters,still stunning. The world of ‘Watchmen’ seems a little closer than on its release so I thought I would check it out again to see how I felt,and yes,it delivers, not the usual escapism, but a dark tale about the very nature of humanity,it’s not for everyone. An ex Superhero is murdered, The Comedian, one of his old teammates Rorschach, suspects a wider conspiracy and he goes about contacting the team to find out what’s going on,and in the process discovers events that will affect all life on earth. The America shown is one from our nightmares,I’m sure many would argue we are there already,it’s scary,dark,Nixon is still in power,Nuclear war is right around the corner,no sunshine,no hope,all cynicism, this is not a happy place, I’m sure that has put many off, but for me it’s a warning sign,a parable to show us where we don’t want to go,and that is as valuable as escapism. The scenes with the creation of Dr Manhattan,done to Philip Glass are among my favorite in genre film,simply awe inspiring,I’m biased though,Manhattan and his distance from humankind,his logic, it’s something I aspire to myself, I get that guy and no one else,so the film’s least human character is my anchor throughout it all, that probably says something,I’m not sure what. The action is violent and stunning,the Owlship at the prison sequence is jaw dropping, the film is light on action considering it’s all about Superheroes,but it’s the quotes that lift the material to the skies. I love this movie,it’s pitch black heart. Dan Dreiberg: What happened to us? What happened to the American Dream? Edward Blake: "What happened to the American Dream?" It came true! You're lookin' at it... #yousuckatwatchingmovies  #watchmen 
1995 was a lifetime ago.  Back then Sas and I went to see a thriller/horror called ‘Hideaway’ with Jeff Goldblum,I think we were the only ones to see it then,or now😂 and I gotta say,it’s a guilty pleasure movie we still love. Goldblum plays a guy who has a car accident with his family Alicia Silverstone and Christine Lahti, he dies but is resuscitated by shifty Doctor Alfred Molina, Jeff is back alright,but he brought something with him, as he can now see through the eyes of a Satanic Serial Killer. 😳😱 This is not an amazing film,but it’s an entertaining movie,with one of the greatest Goth/Industrial soundtracks ever, it’s so damn 90’s in the same way that ‘The Lost Boys’ is 80’s,there are several scenes in early CGI, trying to create hell and heaven with trippy graphics and a kickass score,it captures that time period really well. And of course,the reason you would want to watch it is Goldblum, and he’s doing his hand thing as always,there is something so watchable about that guy,he’s never boring,and it weird to think he was about to hit a dry spot after’Independence Day’ Amazon Prime has just put this up,so that’s why I’m posting the movie, if you fancy a bit of Jeff, you could do a lot worse. Fucking amazing soundtrack,just exceptional. 😈🤘🏻🤘🏻🤘🏻🤘🏻🤘🏻🤘🏻😈😈😈😈#yousuckatwatchingmovies #hideaway #jeffgoldblum
1995 was a lifetime ago. Back then Sas and I went to see a thriller/horror called ‘Hideaway’ with Jeff Goldblum,I think we were the only ones to see it then,or now😂 and I gotta say,it’s a guilty pleasure movie we still love. Goldblum plays a guy who has a car accident with his family Alicia Silverstone and Christine Lahti, he dies but is resuscitated by shifty Doctor Alfred Molina, Jeff is back alright,but he brought something with him, as he can now see through the eyes of a Satanic Serial Killer. 😳😱 This is not an amazing film,but it’s an entertaining movie,with one of the greatest Goth/Industrial soundtracks ever, it’s so damn 90’s in the same way that ‘The Lost Boys’ is 80’s,there are several scenes in early CGI, trying to create hell and heaven with trippy graphics and a kickass score,it captures that time period really well. And of course,the reason you would want to watch it is Goldblum, and he’s doing his hand thing as always,there is something so watchable about that guy,he’s never boring,and it weird to think he was about to hit a dry spot after’Independence Day’ Amazon Prime has just put this up,so that’s why I’m posting the movie, if you fancy a bit of Jeff, you could do a lot worse. Fucking amazing soundtrack,just exceptional. 😈🤘🏻🤘🏻🤘🏻🤘🏻🤘🏻🤘🏻😈😈😈😈#yousuckatwatchingmovies  #hideaway  #jeffgoldblum 
If I had to list my favorite Samurai movie it would come down to ‘Seven Samurai’ and this film ‘Harakiri’ 1962 which would win,easily.  I cannot heap enough praise on a drama as I can on this,it’s so astounding, so devastating,with an ending that will leave you in pieces,it’s as good as film gets. Director Masaki Kobayashi gives us a measured, paced drama set during the Edo period, times are very tough,people are starving,and the elite Samurai are doing nothing to help,Tatsuya Nakadai plays ronin Tsugumo Hanshirō, a Samurai without a master,he walks into a local feudal Lords courtyard and asks if he can commit Harakiri,Seppuku,ritual suicide as he is without a master,poor,and no longer wishes to live.To deter him Saitō Kageyu (Rentarō Mikuni), the Daimyo's senior counselor, tells Hanshirō the story of another rōnin, Chijiiwa Motome – formerly of the same clan as Hanshirō, who also came asking to kill himself,when in reality,he just wanted money. The story unfolds into an event so gut wrenchingly awful it’s almost beyond comprehension, the film does not hold back,its built in many layers and as each is peeled back,the full horror of the situation is revealed, it’s utterly compelling,electrifying,the callous nature of the entitled comes into view,what it really means to be a noble warrior, empathy,compassion,rules,ritual, all brought forward and examined in a stunningly effective way, and the ending delivers in a spectacular fashion,the movie is a coiled spring,tighter and tighter until it explodes,it’s fucking fantastic,a true cinematic marvel that will leave you contemplating events long after it’s ended. Along with’The Passion of Joan of Arc’ this film is the best foreign language film that I’ve ever seen,I have a deep passion for the genre,and this is its greatest example,I think it’s one of the best films in all cinema.  I hope you will seek this one out,of all films I’ve posted,it has the ability to stick with you, it’s meaningful,deep and profoundly moving,I know you will love it too,how could you not? It’s brilliant. 🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻🖤🖤🖤🖤🖤👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻#yousuckatwatchingmovies #harakiri #moviereview
If I had to list my favorite Samurai movie it would come down to ‘Seven Samurai’ and this film ‘Harakiri’ 1962 which would win,easily. I cannot heap enough praise on a drama as I can on this,it’s so astounding, so devastating,with an ending that will leave you in pieces,it’s as good as film gets. Director Masaki Kobayashi gives us a measured, paced drama set during the Edo period, times are very tough,people are starving,and the elite Samurai are doing nothing to help,Tatsuya Nakadai plays ronin Tsugumo Hanshirō, a Samurai without a master,he walks into a local feudal Lords courtyard and asks if he can commit Harakiri,Seppuku,ritual suicide as he is without a master,poor,and no longer wishes to live.To deter him Saitō Kageyu (Rentarō Mikuni), the Daimyo's senior counselor, tells Hanshirō the story of another rōnin, Chijiiwa Motome – formerly of the same clan as Hanshirō, who also came asking to kill himself,when in reality,he just wanted money. The story unfolds into an event so gut wrenchingly awful it’s almost beyond comprehension, the film does not hold back,its built in many layers and as each is peeled back,the full horror of the situation is revealed, it’s utterly compelling,electrifying,the callous nature of the entitled comes into view,what it really means to be a noble warrior, empathy,compassion,rules,ritual, all brought forward and examined in a stunningly effective way, and the ending delivers in a spectacular fashion,the movie is a coiled spring,tighter and tighter until it explodes,it’s fucking fantastic,a true cinematic marvel that will leave you contemplating events long after it’s ended. Along with’The Passion of Joan of Arc’ this film is the best foreign language film that I’ve ever seen,I have a deep passion for the genre,and this is its greatest example,I think it’s one of the best films in all cinema. I hope you will seek this one out,of all films I’ve posted,it has the ability to stick with you, it’s meaningful,deep and profoundly moving,I know you will love it too,how could you not? It’s brilliant. 🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻🖤🖤🖤🖤🖤👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻#yousuckatwatchingmovies  #harakiri  #moviereview 
Along with Sci-Fi and Horror,my favorite genre is the Samurai film,a purely Japanese form,not to be confused with Chinese Kung Fu movies, Samurai film, ‘Chambara’ which means ‘Sword Fighting’, is a whole genre all to itself, it’s films go from hard action to broad comedy,but I have found,like Sci Fi,it’s great at addressing social concerns of all kinds,I find it captivating. One of my favorites is ‘Throne of Blood’ directed by Akita Kurosawa in 1957, it’s a Japanese version of Macbeth,with the Scottish play transposed to feudal Japan,it’s the best of the bard’s movies, with a very Japanese Noh update.  All the great elements of the story are dialed up,creepy castles,ghosts,murder and madness,it’s as much horror as anything else, the movie also delivers one of the greatest deaths in all movie history,so astounding,all done real,you would never see such a thing done today! The story is simple enough,the amazing Toshiro Mifune plays general Washizu,and with his longtime friend Miki, they both win important battles for their lord Tsuzuki,on their way to his castle for their rewards,they are told their fortunes by an evil spirit, who tells them of great wealth and power coming their way,the soldiers don’t believe it,only to find their Lord issuing them with the exact rewards as predicted,and at that point Mifune and his scheming wife Asaji plot the deaths of all around them,which leads to murder,madness and a gripping ending,so wild its worth watching the whole movie for. I love this flick,it’s stylized and dreamlike,filled with astonishing images and creepy vibes, and you get to see Mifune go full batshit,which is an amazing sight to see,he fucking rocks,easily one of my favorite actors ever. If you fancy something different,this is a great place to look,I must have seen it 10 times, it’s a truly great film, and if you are into Samurai film as I am,it’s an absolute must see. 💀🖤🖤🖤🖤🖤🖤🙏🏻 #yousuckatwatchingmovies #throneofblood #moviereview #mifunerocks
Along with Sci-Fi and Horror,my favorite genre is the Samurai film,a purely Japanese form,not to be confused with Chinese Kung Fu movies, Samurai film, ‘Chambara’ which means ‘Sword Fighting’, is a whole genre all to itself, it’s films go from hard action to broad comedy,but I have found,like Sci Fi,it’s great at addressing social concerns of all kinds,I find it captivating. One of my favorites is ‘Throne of Blood’ directed by Akita Kurosawa in 1957, it’s a Japanese version of Macbeth,with the Scottish play transposed to feudal Japan,it’s the best of the bard’s movies, with a very Japanese Noh update. All the great elements of the story are dialed up,creepy castles,ghosts,murder and madness,it’s as much horror as anything else, the movie also delivers one of the greatest deaths in all movie history,so astounding,all done real,you would never see such a thing done today! The story is simple enough,the amazing Toshiro Mifune plays general Washizu,and with his longtime friend Miki, they both win important battles for their lord Tsuzuki,on their way to his castle for their rewards,they are told their fortunes by an evil spirit, who tells them of great wealth and power coming their way,the soldiers don’t believe it,only to find their Lord issuing them with the exact rewards as predicted,and at that point Mifune and his scheming wife Asaji plot the deaths of all around them,which leads to murder,madness and a gripping ending,so wild its worth watching the whole movie for. I love this flick,it’s stylized and dreamlike,filled with astonishing images and creepy vibes, and you get to see Mifune go full batshit,which is an amazing sight to see,he fucking rocks,easily one of my favorite actors ever. If you fancy something different,this is a great place to look,I must have seen it 10 times, it’s a truly great film, and if you are into Samurai film as I am,it’s an absolute must see. 💀🖤🖤🖤🖤🖤🖤🙏🏻 #yousuckatwatchingmovies  #throneofblood  #moviereview  #mifunerocks 
Nicholas Winding -Refn is one of my favorite directors,I just get his movies,the visual language,the storytelling style,the music,I fundamentally understand what he is trying to say,I had seen his ‘Pusher’ movies,which had got my attention,but it was with ‘Bronson’ in 2008 that I knew I had found an artist I loved,and what joy he has brought me since then❤️ Tom Hardy in a career making turn plays Charlie Bronson, real life tough guy and career criminal, ‘Britain’s Most Violent Prisoner’ and he earns that title,in spades.  Tom had only starred in a few things back then,most notably as the baddie in ‘Star Trek Nemesis’ but he leaps off the screen here,he’s positively electrifying,and the movie follows Charlie as first small time criminal,then professional prisoner,he saw prison as an opportunity to make a name for himself,and he does,in vicious,ultra violent style,seeing him walking the prison to Wagner’s Hammer of the Gods,is simply brilliant,it’s joyful,exuberant,in all the wrong ways. Hardy looks a spitting image of the real Bronson, he met the man and his family, so the portrait has a ring of authenticity about it, he has the look of a turn of the century pugilist, it’s wild, the film often breaks the 4th wall and Charlie addresses the viewer throughout the film,adding a level of the surreal,as does sequences of telling his tale on stage in front of an audience,it’s all stylized and fucking awesome. The scenes of a drugged up Charlie in a mental hospital to the Pet Shop Boys are a riot,the film has a feel of anarchy to it,comparisons to ‘A Clockwork Orange’ are easy to understand, it certainly shares that feel of exuberance, it’s friggin fantastic.  I remember when people were pissed at Hardy playing Bane in ‘The Dark Knight Rises’, did you not see ‘Bronson’ fuckers? Tom is PERFECT!  Hardy carries the movie,he’s in pretty much every scene,and he’s just amazing,this remains one of his best performances, it’s a killer movie,anyone who likes movies needs to see this epic. 💪🏻💪🏻💪🏻💪🏻#yousuckatwatchingmovies #bronson #moviereview Also notable AMERICANS, is that Tom gets his tackle out on film, a fine British tradition, which the US has yet to embrace.
Nicholas Winding -Refn is one of my favorite directors,I just get his movies,the visual language,the storytelling style,the music,I fundamentally understand what he is trying to say,I had seen his ‘Pusher’ movies,which had got my attention,but it was with ‘Bronson’ in 2008 that I knew I had found an artist I loved,and what joy he has brought me since then❤️ Tom Hardy in a career making turn plays Charlie Bronson, real life tough guy and career criminal, ‘Britain’s Most Violent Prisoner’ and he earns that title,in spades. Tom had only starred in a few things back then,most notably as the baddie in ‘Star Trek Nemesis’ but he leaps off the screen here,he’s positively electrifying,and the movie follows Charlie as first small time criminal,then professional prisoner,he saw prison as an opportunity to make a name for himself,and he does,in vicious,ultra violent style,seeing him walking the prison to Wagner’s Hammer of the Gods,is simply brilliant,it’s joyful,exuberant,in all the wrong ways. Hardy looks a spitting image of the real Bronson, he met the man and his family, so the portrait has a ring of authenticity about it, he has the look of a turn of the century pugilist, it’s wild, the film often breaks the 4th wall and Charlie addresses the viewer throughout the film,adding a level of the surreal,as does sequences of telling his tale on stage in front of an audience,it’s all stylized and fucking awesome. The scenes of a drugged up Charlie in a mental hospital to the Pet Shop Boys are a riot,the film has a feel of anarchy to it,comparisons to ‘A Clockwork Orange’ are easy to understand, it certainly shares that feel of exuberance, it’s friggin fantastic. I remember when people were pissed at Hardy playing Bane in ‘The Dark Knight Rises’, did you not see ‘Bronson’ fuckers? Tom is PERFECT! Hardy carries the movie,he’s in pretty much every scene,and he’s just amazing,this remains one of his best performances, it’s a killer movie,anyone who likes movies needs to see this epic. 💪🏻💪🏻💪🏻💪🏻#yousuckatwatchingmovies  #bronson  #moviereview  Also notable AMERICANS, is that Tom gets his tackle out on film, a fine British tradition, which the US has yet to embrace.
Science Fiction has always been my favorite genre,easily beating Horror, the best Sci-Fi gets you to think like no other subject,it also allows discussion on social issues without all the baggage,good Sci-Fi is good cinema,and few are as great as ‘Gattaca'  from 1997. Director Andrew Nicole brings us a world that is minutes away,a story so compelling and ultimately beautiful, I shed a tear every time I watch it,which is a lot. Ethan Hawke plays Vincent,one of the last of a generation of natural birth kids,he is not perfect,he has eye and heart problems,but he is a regular human being, his brother Anton however,is born with a genetically engineered body and brain,designed to be without fault,destined for big things and it’s obvious that he has all the advantages Vincent never had. In fact,there is now a whole class of people,a lower class of natural born, and society is lawfully designed to keep this class stuck in poverty,in menial jobs, while the designed get all the benefits of being superior. Vincent wants to be an astronaut,but because of his birth,is not allowed,so he has to cheat,he becomes a ‘Borrowed Ladder’ someone who uses a genetic superiors blood,hair and fingerprints to get ahead,and this is where Jude Law comes in,in his first major role,he is in a wheelchair,an accident,and needs money for drink and a lavish lifestyle,so he lends Vincent his identity. The movie sees Vincent rising,but a situation arises with the police that could expose his efforts,the movie shows just how hard the disadvantaged need to work in order to just get ahead. The score by Michael Nyman is achingly beautiful,one of my personal favorites,there are several revelations later in the film that really bring home the inequities, it’s stunningly effective, Vincent and his determination in the face of great odds is very inspiring,as his confrontations with his brother,it breaks my fucking heart. The last 20 minutes pile on the emotion,all well deserved,and yes,it brings the tears out,it’s so overwhelming and beautiful,is in my mind a masterpiece,in my top 100 movies,and top 10 Sci-Fi flicks ever.😭❤️❤️❤️❤️👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 #yousuckatwatchingmovies #gattaca  #movier
Science Fiction has always been my favorite genre,easily beating Horror, the best Sci-Fi gets you to think like no other subject,it also allows discussion on social issues without all the baggage,good Sci-Fi is good cinema,and few are as great as ‘Gattaca' from 1997. Director Andrew Nicole brings us a world that is minutes away,a story so compelling and ultimately beautiful, I shed a tear every time I watch it,which is a lot. Ethan Hawke plays Vincent,one of the last of a generation of natural birth kids,he is not perfect,he has eye and heart problems,but he is a regular human being, his brother Anton however,is born with a genetically engineered body and brain,designed to be without fault,destined for big things and it’s obvious that he has all the advantages Vincent never had. In fact,there is now a whole class of people,a lower class of natural born, and society is lawfully designed to keep this class stuck in poverty,in menial jobs, while the designed get all the benefits of being superior. Vincent wants to be an astronaut,but because of his birth,is not allowed,so he has to cheat,he becomes a ‘Borrowed Ladder’ someone who uses a genetic superiors blood,hair and fingerprints to get ahead,and this is where Jude Law comes in,in his first major role,he is in a wheelchair,an accident,and needs money for drink and a lavish lifestyle,so he lends Vincent his identity. The movie sees Vincent rising,but a situation arises with the police that could expose his efforts,the movie shows just how hard the disadvantaged need to work in order to just get ahead. The score by Michael Nyman is achingly beautiful,one of my personal favorites,there are several revelations later in the film that really bring home the inequities, it’s stunningly effective, Vincent and his determination in the face of great odds is very inspiring,as his confrontations with his brother,it breaks my fucking heart. The last 20 minutes pile on the emotion,all well deserved,and yes,it brings the tears out,it’s so overwhelming and beautiful,is in my mind a masterpiece,in my top 100 movies,and top 10 Sci-Fi flicks ever.😭❤️❤️❤️❤️👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 #yousuckatwatchingmovies  #gattaca  #movier 
There are so many Vampire movies,hundreds,it’s hard to know which are the good ones,for me it’s easy, my three favorites are ‘What We Do in the Shadows’, ‘Nosferatu the Vampyre’, (79),The Hunger’(83) and this one,’The Fearless Vampire Killers’ from 1967, directed by and starring Roman Polanski. I’m here discussing Art,not the Artist,but it should be noted that this was made as Polanski was on the rise,before the Manson Murders,and before his crime of rape.  Vampire hunter Professor Abronsious and his assistant Alfred (Polanski) are out in the sticks of some unknown Eastern European country, trying to find Vampires for his scientific interests,they end up in an Inn to stay,filled up with suspicious locals and one beautiful girl,played by the breathtaking Sharon Tate,she never looked better in my opinion,to think she was dead just a few months later adds a layer to the movie. Soon enough,Vampires do indeed turn up,and the film follows our heroes trying to expose them.  This is a very strange film,it has a very fairytale,storybook quality,it looks very much like the Czech cartoons and films I saw as a kid,unlike anything else,a live action cartoon,where you are not sure of what was just said,or clear of all intentions. It’s funny in parts,the film is light in nature,but I also find it very effective in telling Vampire lore,it has a singular quality,the film is utterly gorgeous,every frame a painting,it’s so damn beautiful. And of course,Tate lights up the screen,you can tell the director loves her,it’s filmed in such a way that you will too,a great loss for all involved. So yeah, a Vampire comedy from the sixties, it’s in my top 100 films,I never tire of it,the whole thing inspires me as an artist,what a spellbinding film. 🙏🏻❤️ #yousuckatwatchingmovies #fearlessvampirekillers #moviereview
There are so many Vampire movies,hundreds,it’s hard to know which are the good ones,for me it’s easy, my three favorites are ‘What We Do in the Shadows’, ‘Nosferatu the Vampyre’, (79),The Hunger’(83) and this one,’The Fearless Vampire Killers’ from 1967, directed by and starring Roman Polanski. I’m here discussing Art,not the Artist,but it should be noted that this was made as Polanski was on the rise,before the Manson Murders,and before his crime of rape. Vampire hunter Professor Abronsious and his assistant Alfred (Polanski) are out in the sticks of some unknown Eastern European country, trying to find Vampires for his scientific interests,they end up in an Inn to stay,filled up with suspicious locals and one beautiful girl,played by the breathtaking Sharon Tate,she never looked better in my opinion,to think she was dead just a few months later adds a layer to the movie. Soon enough,Vampires do indeed turn up,and the film follows our heroes trying to expose them. This is a very strange film,it has a very fairytale,storybook quality,it looks very much like the Czech cartoons and films I saw as a kid,unlike anything else,a live action cartoon,where you are not sure of what was just said,or clear of all intentions. It’s funny in parts,the film is light in nature,but I also find it very effective in telling Vampire lore,it has a singular quality,the film is utterly gorgeous,every frame a painting,it’s so damn beautiful. And of course,Tate lights up the screen,you can tell the director loves her,it’s filmed in such a way that you will too,a great loss for all involved. So yeah, a Vampire comedy from the sixties, it’s in my top 100 films,I never tire of it,the whole thing inspires me as an artist,what a spellbinding film. 🙏🏻❤️ #yousuckatwatchingmovies  #fearlessvampirekillers  #moviereview 
‘Eyes of my Mother’ 2016 is a movie I constantly recommend,it’s on Netflix so it’s easily available,but for whatever reason it’s overlooked,which is a fucking shame,because it’s a fucking jaw dropper. Kika Magalhães plays Francisca, who at the start of the movie is living with her mum and dad in a rural area,which as it turns out,is just as well. One day a creepy guy turns up when dad is away,and it guess what? he’s a killer,just waiting for an opportunity to be let in the door,he kills the mother,just in time for the father to walk in the door, and what happens next sets up the movie,and nothing is what we are used to,this is a twisted,black movie,oh boy!😱 The film follows the characters over the next few years,it’s full of horrible surprises,some of them get pretty close to “NO FUCKING WAY!” But done in such a quiet,unassuming way,this is one sick puppy,I LOVE it!! The film is black and white,I can see why it was chosen,it gives the film a singular look,it creeps up on you,we are not used to seeing such things without color,it gives the film a dreamlike feel,class all the way. This is another film by a first time director,Nicholas Pence,we have seen several exceptional horror flicks by newbies recently,it’s an exciting time for the genre. This is a ‘Must See’ movie for me,especially if your tastes venture into the macabre,you will not forget this one in a hurry. 😳💀🖤🖤🖤🖤😱#yousuckatwatchingmovies #eyesofmymother #moviereview
‘Eyes of my Mother’ 2016 is a movie I constantly recommend,it’s on Netflix so it’s easily available,but for whatever reason it’s overlooked,which is a fucking shame,because it’s a fucking jaw dropper. Kika Magalhães plays Francisca, who at the start of the movie is living with her mum and dad in a rural area,which as it turns out,is just as well. One day a creepy guy turns up when dad is away,and it guess what? he’s a killer,just waiting for an opportunity to be let in the door,he kills the mother,just in time for the father to walk in the door, and what happens next sets up the movie,and nothing is what we are used to,this is a twisted,black movie,oh boy!😱 The film follows the characters over the next few years,it’s full of horrible surprises,some of them get pretty close to “NO FUCKING WAY!” But done in such a quiet,unassuming way,this is one sick puppy,I LOVE it!! The film is black and white,I can see why it was chosen,it gives the film a singular look,it creeps up on you,we are not used to seeing such things without color,it gives the film a dreamlike feel,class all the way. This is another film by a first time director,Nicholas Pence,we have seen several exceptional horror flicks by newbies recently,it’s an exciting time for the genre. This is a ‘Must See’ movie for me,especially if your tastes venture into the macabre,you will not forget this one in a hurry. 😳💀🖤🖤🖤🖤😱#yousuckatwatchingmovies  #eyesofmymother  #moviereview 
And now for something completely different. ‘The Glass Castle’, based on a bestselling book,which Sas highly rates,but I have never read,so my thoughts are on the film alone. Brie Larson plays a real life New York writer reflecting on her very unconventional childhood with Woody Harrelson and Naomi Watts as her parents, with her three other siblings,and like many families,not an easy ride,but this one really was on the tough side. Watts is an artist,Harrelson a drunk,but he’s also intelligent,funny,a man full of big gestures,but no follow up, the movie follows the family over decades,and boy, it’s full of surprises. Harrelson is superb, playing a loveable asshole,some of the things he does are reprehensible,and sadly the mother goes along with most of it,their ideas of ‘Freedom’ don’t include feeding their kids or being responsible. The acting by all is of a very high standard,as you know,I don’t usually put this kind of film up,but I thought it worthy of inclusion,it’s not a classic,but it is a window into the complexity of human lives and emotions,things are not black or white,but shades of grey,no easy answers and the film demonstrates this very well.  It’s a rainy day movie,something to watch when you have nothing to do,but I did enjoy it,perhaps you will too.  On amazon prime. #yousuckatwatchingmovies #glasscastlemovie #moviereview
And now for something completely different. ‘The Glass Castle’, based on a bestselling book,which Sas highly rates,but I have never read,so my thoughts are on the film alone. Brie Larson plays a real life New York writer reflecting on her very unconventional childhood with Woody Harrelson and Naomi Watts as her parents, with her three other siblings,and like many families,not an easy ride,but this one really was on the tough side. Watts is an artist,Harrelson a drunk,but he’s also intelligent,funny,a man full of big gestures,but no follow up, the movie follows the family over decades,and boy, it’s full of surprises. Harrelson is superb, playing a loveable asshole,some of the things he does are reprehensible,and sadly the mother goes along with most of it,their ideas of ‘Freedom’ don’t include feeding their kids or being responsible. The acting by all is of a very high standard,as you know,I don’t usually put this kind of film up,but I thought it worthy of inclusion,it’s not a classic,but it is a window into the complexity of human lives and emotions,things are not black or white,but shades of grey,no easy answers and the film demonstrates this very well. It’s a rainy day movie,something to watch when you have nothing to do,but I did enjoy it,perhaps you will too. On amazon prime. #yousuckatwatchingmovies  #glasscastlemovie  #moviereview 
Christian Bale is at his broodiest best in the western ‘Hostiles’ now on Netflix.  I’m fucking pissed at myself for not seeing this flick at the theater,the acting and story is great,but the cinematography by relative newcomer Masanobu Takayanagi was fucking spectacular,there are several scenes that nearly brought me to tears by their sheer beauty and when you add a soundtrack by the GENIUS Max Richter? You are in for something special. Bale plays Captain Joseph Blocker, a man ending his army service, he has had a career of unending brutality towards native Americans, he has his reasons and he is not a happy man.  As his last command ,he is ordered to take his onetime enemy, Chief Yellow Hawk, ( Wes Studi) across several states back to his home in Montana,he has cancer,is old and tired and needs an escort, Bale is ordered to help him out,and is none too happy about it.  So a team of soldiers,Hawk and his family set off to Montana, and we get to the main story. Bale is damn good in this,he really looks the part,the whole movie does,it looks like an old tin type photo come to life, bit by bit we get to find out about Blocker,why he is the way he is,the whole movie is an exercise in regret,forgiveness,anger and journeys end,with a bunch of shootouts,butchery and ideas of family. Max Richter’s score deserves special mention,it’s achingly beautiful,I’m crazy about his work anyway,but this is one of the loveliest scores I’ve heard in a long time,for me,it’s worth watching the whole movie for,but I’m a soundtrack nut,so that could be just me.  I loved the film,was not bored for a second,if you have enjoyed my recommendations so far? Give this a try. #yousuckatwatchingmovies #hostiles #maxrichter #moviereview
Christian Bale is at his broodiest best in the western ‘Hostiles’ now on Netflix. I’m fucking pissed at myself for not seeing this flick at the theater,the acting and story is great,but the cinematography by relative newcomer Masanobu Takayanagi was fucking spectacular,there are several scenes that nearly brought me to tears by their sheer beauty and when you add a soundtrack by the GENIUS Max Richter? You are in for something special. Bale plays Captain Joseph Blocker, a man ending his army service, he has had a career of unending brutality towards native Americans, he has his reasons and he is not a happy man. As his last command ,he is ordered to take his onetime enemy, Chief Yellow Hawk, ( Wes Studi) across several states back to his home in Montana,he has cancer,is old and tired and needs an escort, Bale is ordered to help him out,and is none too happy about it. So a team of soldiers,Hawk and his family set off to Montana, and we get to the main story. Bale is damn good in this,he really looks the part,the whole movie does,it looks like an old tin type photo come to life, bit by bit we get to find out about Blocker,why he is the way he is,the whole movie is an exercise in regret,forgiveness,anger and journeys end,with a bunch of shootouts,butchery and ideas of family. Max Richter’s score deserves special mention,it’s achingly beautiful,I’m crazy about his work anyway,but this is one of the loveliest scores I’ve heard in a long time,for me,it’s worth watching the whole movie for,but I’m a soundtrack nut,so that could be just me. I loved the film,was not bored for a second,if you have enjoyed my recommendations so far? Give this a try. #yousuckatwatchingmovies  #hostiles  #maxrichter  #moviereview 
THIS REVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERS FOR ‘HEREDITARY’ 😈😳I got to see ‘Hereditary’ again,and my review for it is different a second time,just as viewing it again was. Films that get better with subsequent viewings are classics in the making, and as much as I enjoyed the movie the first time,it paled in comparison to the second,perhaps my anticipation was already quenched,or I was in the comfort of my living room,I’m not sure,but I am seriously blown away by this movie. The closest comparisons are ‘Rosemary’s Baby’ and ‘Don’t Look Now’,both classics in their own right, but like them,this film stands alone,watching it again allowed me to marvel at its construction and delivery.  What I admired most was director Ari Aster’s  use of extreme emotion and mental instability as a jumping off point for the underlying story,these things by nature make us feel uncomfortable and nervous,seeing great loss,emotional torment and strained human relationships,it forces us to confront feelings we rarely get to experience,that’s not an easy watch,and then to throw on top of that unbalance and insecurity,a plot line involving possession,Devil worship and witchcraft? Damn 😱😈This is not an easy watch,and I can see why many don’t like it. Perhaps just regular anguish is enough and demons is unnecessary? I did not feel that way. When was the last time Satanism was scary?  It’s a punchline,a t shirt,a my little pony toy, this movie takes that back,and makes in my mind one of the scariest films I’ve ever seen.  I’m on the fence about the existence of ghosts,so Kubrick can scare me in ‘The Shining’ as I’m not sure, but I’m an Atheist,so Gods and devils take a lot more work to scare me,it’s why I so admire ‘The Exorcist’,one of my favorite ever movies, it almost got me to doubt,which is where I am with this flick,that’s how good it is. I can’t talk about it without mentioning Toni Collette,who gives an utterly convincing portrait of anguish and a life on the edge,a career best, it’s one of the best performances I’ve ever seen,I mean it. Ever. Fucking incredible. And it beats ‘Annihilation’ for flick of the year so far. #yousuckatwatchingmovies #hereditary
THIS REVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERS FOR ‘HEREDITARY’ 😈😳I got to see ‘Hereditary’ again,and my review for it is different a second time,just as viewing it again was. Films that get better with subsequent viewings are classics in the making, and as much as I enjoyed the movie the first time,it paled in comparison to the second,perhaps my anticipation was already quenched,or I was in the comfort of my living room,I’m not sure,but I am seriously blown away by this movie. The closest comparisons are ‘Rosemary’s Baby’ and ‘Don’t Look Now’,both classics in their own right, but like them,this film stands alone,watching it again allowed me to marvel at its construction and delivery. What I admired most was director Ari Aster’s use of extreme emotion and mental instability as a jumping off point for the underlying story,these things by nature make us feel uncomfortable and nervous,seeing great loss,emotional torment and strained human relationships,it forces us to confront feelings we rarely get to experience,that’s not an easy watch,and then to throw on top of that unbalance and insecurity,a plot line involving possession,Devil worship and witchcraft? Damn 😱😈This is not an easy watch,and I can see why many don’t like it. Perhaps just regular anguish is enough and demons is unnecessary? I did not feel that way. When was the last time Satanism was scary? It’s a punchline,a t shirt,a my little pony toy, this movie takes that back,and makes in my mind one of the scariest films I’ve ever seen. I’m on the fence about the existence of ghosts,so Kubrick can scare me in ‘The Shining’ as I’m not sure, but I’m an Atheist,so Gods and devils take a lot more work to scare me,it’s why I so admire ‘The Exorcist’,one of my favorite ever movies, it almost got me to doubt,which is where I am with this flick,that’s how good it is. I can’t talk about it without mentioning Toni Collette,who gives an utterly convincing portrait of anguish and a life on the edge,a career best, it’s one of the best performances I’ve ever seen,I mean it. Ever. Fucking incredible. And it beats ‘Annihilation’ for flick of the year so far. #yousuckatwatchingmovies  #hereditary 
From my @colinchristiansmoviepage , I hope you can follow for movie reviews, heads up and info!🙏🏻🙏🏻. Watching again. Wow. WOW!!!!😳🤭😍😍🤘🏻 ‘Batman Ninja’ manages to put together 3 of my great loves, Samurai movies, Comic Books and Animation, and it absolutely blew my mind, apart from the Nolan Trilogy, this is my favorite Batman Movie I’ve ever seen.  There’s not much of a story, Gorilla Grodd constructs a time/ space machine that transports Batman, his allies and his rogues gallery back to feudal Japan and there they all get to fight it out, that’s it as far as story goes, it’s a thread only, but the surprises come in the way it’s told, and believe me, this one is a jaw dropper, it’s one of the greatest Anime flicks I’ve ever seen🤭❤️ You have to leave any common sense at the door, it’s so unbelievable, insanely so! Events happen that are in a whole other dimension of believability, and if it being believable or not is an issue for you, then this is not the movie for you!😳 This is not Japan seen through Batman’s eyes, but Batman seen through Japanese eyes, so regular Batman, this is not.  Director  Junpei Mizusaki has created something completely unique, it’s Batshit bonkers!!! My jaw was left hanging open throughout most of the running time, this was most definitely new and exciting for that alone, but that’s just one level, this flick has lots!! 😂😳😳😳 The Joker in particular was brilliant, one of the best I’ve ever seen, so outlandish!  This movie is about the IDEA of Batman, his rogues, but not ABOUT Batman, in other words, if you are not open about the subject? You will hate the movie. The animation looks hand drawn, but it’s computer done for the most part, and that’s no loss here, it added to the insanity. I found it exciting and visually spectacular, another level visuals, and I only saw the Japanese subtitled version, not the English dubbed, the Japanese is the way to go!! Read the fucking subtitles, what are you, four?🤬😳😳😱 Well done DC, I thought this was remarkable.👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 #yousuckatwatchingmovies  #batmanninja #moviereview #mindblown On Amazon!!
From my @colinchristiansmoviepage , I hope you can follow for movie reviews, heads up and info!🙏🏻🙏🏻. Watching again. Wow. WOW!!!!😳🤭😍😍🤘🏻 ‘Batman Ninja’ manages to put together 3 of my great loves, Samurai movies, Comic Books and Animation, and it absolutely blew my mind, apart from the Nolan Trilogy, this is my favorite Batman Movie I’ve ever seen. There’s not much of a story, Gorilla Grodd constructs a time/ space machine that transports Batman, his allies and his rogues gallery back to feudal Japan and there they all get to fight it out, that’s it as far as story goes, it’s a thread only, but the surprises come in the way it’s told, and believe me, this one is a jaw dropper, it’s one of the greatest Anime flicks I’ve ever seen🤭❤️ You have to leave any common sense at the door, it’s so unbelievable, insanely so! Events happen that are in a whole other dimension of believability, and if it being believable or not is an issue for you, then this is not the movie for you!😳 This is not Japan seen through Batman’s eyes, but Batman seen through Japanese eyes, so regular Batman, this is not. Director Junpei Mizusaki has created something completely unique, it’s Batshit bonkers!!! My jaw was left hanging open throughout most of the running time, this was most definitely new and exciting for that alone, but that’s just one level, this flick has lots!! 😂😳😳😳 The Joker in particular was brilliant, one of the best I’ve ever seen, so outlandish! This movie is about the IDEA of Batman, his rogues, but not ABOUT Batman, in other words, if you are not open about the subject? You will hate the movie. The animation looks hand drawn, but it’s computer done for the most part, and that’s no loss here, it added to the insanity. I found it exciting and visually spectacular, another level visuals, and I only saw the Japanese subtitled version, not the English dubbed, the Japanese is the way to go!! Read the fucking subtitles, what are you, four?🤬😳😳😱 Well done DC, I thought this was remarkable.👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 #yousuckatwatchingmovies  #batmanninja  #moviereview  #mindblown  On Amazon!!
Movies often claim to be ‘Mind-Bending’ only to find they are not really,that is not the case with ‘Elizabeth Harvest’ 2018, a brand new flick just out on VOD. Before I start,I should point out that I’m a very big fan of Abbey Lee,the Aussie fashion model turned actress,who was in ‘Mad Max Fury Road’ and ‘The Neon Demon’ and now with this,it’s 3 for 3, all original,eye popping visual extravaganzas!  She is utterly mesmerizing to me,all extreme long limbs and perfect cheekbones,so any review I do will be influenced by my fascination for her.  The film is directed by Sebastian Gutierrez,Stars Abbey, Ciarán Hinds and Carla Gugino, set in what looks to be my dream home,all glass and concrete,super expensive,in the middle of nowhere.  Ciaran is a famous doctor,just married to his very young pretty wife,she moves in to his beautiful home and is told she has complete freedom to go anywhere,except this one room,where he insists she must not go. The film is gorgeous,after watching it all I realized it reminded me of a 60’s Italian flick,Mario Bava jumps to mind,as does Dario Argento,with a mix of ‘Neon Demon and ‘Ex Machina’ thrown in for both tone and visuals,in other words,it’s my idea of perfection!  And luckily for me,the film focuses on Abbey Lee,the human gazelle/ giraffe,her astonishing proportions and face are used for maximum effect here,so I was entranced throughout. Obviously,Abbey goes into the room,which sets off a series of events,none of which I could have predicted,which is one of the films strengths, It has a slight fairy tale vibe,but just when you think you are working it out,the rug is pulled from under you,it’s FULL of surprises and unexpected events,which is fun. I knew nothing about the film going in,and I think that’s the best approach, all I will say is it’s a future cult film,it’s certainly not like anything else, or immediately explainable, questions do remain. Everyone is great,the score wonderful,visually outstanding,with big bold color blocks,a definite 60’s vibe,which I LOVED. This one is a Blu-ray keeper,for sure❤️ #yousuckatwatchingmovies #elizabethharvest  #abbeyleekershaw #moviereview
Movies often claim to be ‘Mind-Bending’ only to find they are not really,that is not the case with ‘Elizabeth Harvest’ 2018, a brand new flick just out on VOD. Before I start,I should point out that I’m a very big fan of Abbey Lee,the Aussie fashion model turned actress,who was in ‘Mad Max Fury Road’ and ‘The Neon Demon’ and now with this,it’s 3 for 3, all original,eye popping visual extravaganzas! She is utterly mesmerizing to me,all extreme long limbs and perfect cheekbones,so any review I do will be influenced by my fascination for her. The film is directed by Sebastian Gutierrez,Stars Abbey, Ciarán Hinds and Carla Gugino, set in what looks to be my dream home,all glass and concrete,super expensive,in the middle of nowhere. Ciaran is a famous doctor,just married to his very young pretty wife,she moves in to his beautiful home and is told she has complete freedom to go anywhere,except this one room,where he insists she must not go. The film is gorgeous,after watching it all I realized it reminded me of a 60’s Italian flick,Mario Bava jumps to mind,as does Dario Argento,with a mix of ‘Neon Demon and ‘Ex Machina’ thrown in for both tone and visuals,in other words,it’s my idea of perfection! And luckily for me,the film focuses on Abbey Lee,the human gazelle/ giraffe,her astonishing proportions and face are used for maximum effect here,so I was entranced throughout. Obviously,Abbey goes into the room,which sets off a series of events,none of which I could have predicted,which is one of the films strengths, It has a slight fairy tale vibe,but just when you think you are working it out,the rug is pulled from under you,it’s FULL of surprises and unexpected events,which is fun. I knew nothing about the film going in,and I think that’s the best approach, all I will say is it’s a future cult film,it’s certainly not like anything else, or immediately explainable, questions do remain. Everyone is great,the score wonderful,visually outstanding,with big bold color blocks,a definite 60’s vibe,which I LOVED. This one is a Blu-ray keeper,for sure❤️ #yousuckatwatchingmovies  #elizabethharvest  #abbeyleekershaw  #moviereview 
The 80’s were a fun time to be young and alive,but it’s conveniently forgotten just how terrifying it was too,the threat of nuclear war was a real one,the Cold War was now frozen,and we all had to endure air raid warnings in the UK,I’m not sure young people today will understand that level of impending world doom that we all felt back then. One night in 1984, a BBC movie came on our screens,and it’s fair to say it terrified the generation that saw it,the Americans had done their version of course,’The Day After’ it was of course still positive and somewhat hopeful,but us Brits were having none of that and we were shown ‘Threads’ instead😳  An entire country emerged silent,white faced and terrified,so real,so believable were the events portrayed it shocked us all like nothing else.  It was only shown twice,then the BBC shelved it for 20 years,leaving us all in despair.  Watching it again,it still packs a punch,classic British working class grime and realism run through the film,it’s almost a grim documentary,and we are just witnesses unable to do anything,hopeless and lost as we watch the gradual tension build before the nukes drop,it’s very realistic,the banality is terrifying. The bombs drop and we get to see the awful effects of such a war,there are no heroes,no winners,all losers,it’s fucking scary as fuck. I think it’s one of the best anti war films ever made, it’s lasting impressions are strong,watching it again brings back the terror we all felt at the time. It’s frightening and extremely effective,so be warned,it’s not for the already stressed,so really,watch out. Is it a Horror Film? I think so, with that said, I think it’s in the top 20 best horror films ever made, I think it’s THE scariest movie I’ve ever seen, it’s impressions stay with you, forever really, as anyone like me who saw it on TV all those years ago will testify. The blackest, bleakest film ever made. 💀💀💀💀💀😱😱😱😱😱😱😱😱😱😱 on Amazon. #yousuckatwatchingmovies #threads  #moviereview
The 80’s were a fun time to be young and alive,but it’s conveniently forgotten just how terrifying it was too,the threat of nuclear war was a real one,the Cold War was now frozen,and we all had to endure air raid warnings in the UK,I’m not sure young people today will understand that level of impending world doom that we all felt back then. One night in 1984, a BBC movie came on our screens,and it’s fair to say it terrified the generation that saw it,the Americans had done their version of course,’The Day After’ it was of course still positive and somewhat hopeful,but us Brits were having none of that and we were shown ‘Threads’ instead😳 An entire country emerged silent,white faced and terrified,so real,so believable were the events portrayed it shocked us all like nothing else. It was only shown twice,then the BBC shelved it for 20 years,leaving us all in despair. Watching it again,it still packs a punch,classic British working class grime and realism run through the film,it’s almost a grim documentary,and we are just witnesses unable to do anything,hopeless and lost as we watch the gradual tension build before the nukes drop,it’s very realistic,the banality is terrifying. The bombs drop and we get to see the awful effects of such a war,there are no heroes,no winners,all losers,it’s fucking scary as fuck. I think it’s one of the best anti war films ever made, it’s lasting impressions are strong,watching it again brings back the terror we all felt at the time. It’s frightening and extremely effective,so be warned,it’s not for the already stressed,so really,watch out. Is it a Horror Film? I think so, with that said, I think it’s in the top 20 best horror films ever made, I think it’s THE scariest movie I’ve ever seen, it’s impressions stay with you, forever really, as anyone like me who saw it on TV all those years ago will testify. The blackest, bleakest film ever made. 💀💀💀💀💀😱😱😱😱😱😱😱😱😱😱 on Amazon. #yousuckatwatchingmovies  #threads  #moviereview 
Tom Hardy lite Logan Marshall Green plays a nice guy mechanic in the near future,who is attacked by a gang of thugs,his wife is brutally murdered and he is left for dead,but he is about to get an ‘Upgrade’ from his mysterious billionaire computer mogul friend.  I’m a big fan of Cyberpunk,and this flick embraces those themes fully,with some very creative additions I had not seen before. The Upgrade of the title is a computer chip inserted into our hero’s neck, and it gives him lightning fast moves and an emotionless attack method,it’s a lot of fun!  Green is great in this,seemingly talking to the invisible voice in his head,arguing with himself in the middle of some very violent fights,and boy,does it get violent!, yay!! Exploding heads and body bits everywhere,and underneath it all there is an interesting story on A.I. and body modifications,the film has something to say,it presents some solid sci-fi,all with lashings of ultraviolence,in other words,perfection!, It’s great fun,the low budget is spent very well,it doesn’t look cheap,and I hope they do another with some extra cash and more violence!  Not boring for a second,this flick delivers!  I would not be surprised if this movie ended up being better than ‘Venom’ with Tom!  We shall see..... On Amazon ❤️❤️❤️💀💀💀👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻#yousuckatwatchingmovies #upgrade #upgrademovie #cyberpunk #moviereview
Tom Hardy lite Logan Marshall Green plays a nice guy mechanic in the near future,who is attacked by a gang of thugs,his wife is brutally murdered and he is left for dead,but he is about to get an ‘Upgrade’ from his mysterious billionaire computer mogul friend. I’m a big fan of Cyberpunk,and this flick embraces those themes fully,with some very creative additions I had not seen before. The Upgrade of the title is a computer chip inserted into our hero’s neck, and it gives him lightning fast moves and an emotionless attack method,it’s a lot of fun! Green is great in this,seemingly talking to the invisible voice in his head,arguing with himself in the middle of some very violent fights,and boy,does it get violent!, yay!! Exploding heads and body bits everywhere,and underneath it all there is an interesting story on A.I. and body modifications,the film has something to say,it presents some solid sci-fi,all with lashings of ultraviolence,in other words,perfection!, It’s great fun,the low budget is spent very well,it doesn’t look cheap,and I hope they do another with some extra cash and more violence! Not boring for a second,this flick delivers! I would not be surprised if this movie ended up being better than ‘Venom’ with Tom! We shall see..... On Amazon ❤️❤️❤️💀💀💀👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻#yousuckatwatchingmovies  #upgrade  #upgrademovie  #cyberpunk  #moviereview 
Well,that was unexpected. ‘Puppet Master-The Littlest Reich’ is a lovely throwback to 80’s horror, once it gets going,it’s virtually a non stop gorefest,not a CGI effect in sight,all practical Fx,and what glorious splat it is! Starring Genre heroes Udo Kier and Barbara Crampton, a convention at a hotel,celebrating the work of long dead Nazi Puppet Maker Udo Kier’s Toulon,takes a turn for the worse when the puppets go on a rampage.  The reason for my initial interest is writer Craig Zahler,who directed the two recent horror classics ‘Bone Tomahawk’ and ‘Riot in Cell Block 99’, he has an uncompromising brutal take on horror,and it’s no exception here,it’s fucking fantastic!  Now,I get it,a puppet movie that’s actually good? How can that be?  Let me assure you,it delivers,these little Nazi bastards are out to kill minorities,gays,and of course Jews,it’s so blackly comic,I was often aghast at the goings on. But I have to hand it to the Fx guys,gore has come a long way since the 80’s, silicone has replaced foam rubber,so many of these FX are fucking ghastly!, 😳😱😱😱 and once they start,it doesn’t stop,a cavalcade of glorious kills,enough for 8 movies!  The score is by legendary Italian Maestro Fabio Frizzi, so great to hear his work once again,another reason to love this flick!, its a whole package with plenty of surprises. It’s silly,not believable at all,but that does not spoil the fun,the ending could have been better,but considering all that was delivered,this movie is definitely worth your time,one of the best horror flicks of the year,a new 80’s classic has been born. On Amazon 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻😈😈😈😈🖤🖤🖤🖤#yousuckatwatchingmovies #puppetmasterthelittlestreich #moviereview
Well,that was unexpected. ‘Puppet Master-The Littlest Reich’ is a lovely throwback to 80’s horror, once it gets going,it’s virtually a non stop gorefest,not a CGI effect in sight,all practical Fx,and what glorious splat it is! Starring Genre heroes Udo Kier and Barbara Crampton, a convention at a hotel,celebrating the work of long dead Nazi Puppet Maker Udo Kier’s Toulon,takes a turn for the worse when the puppets go on a rampage. The reason for my initial interest is writer Craig Zahler,who directed the two recent horror classics ‘Bone Tomahawk’ and ‘Riot in Cell Block 99’, he has an uncompromising brutal take on horror,and it’s no exception here,it’s fucking fantastic! Now,I get it,a puppet movie that’s actually good? How can that be? Let me assure you,it delivers,these little Nazi bastards are out to kill minorities,gays,and of course Jews,it’s so blackly comic,I was often aghast at the goings on. But I have to hand it to the Fx guys,gore has come a long way since the 80’s, silicone has replaced foam rubber,so many of these FX are fucking ghastly!, 😳😱😱😱 and once they start,it doesn’t stop,a cavalcade of glorious kills,enough for 8 movies! The score is by legendary Italian Maestro Fabio Frizzi, so great to hear his work once again,another reason to love this flick!, its a whole package with plenty of surprises. It’s silly,not believable at all,but that does not spoil the fun,the ending could have been better,but considering all that was delivered,this movie is definitely worth your time,one of the best horror flicks of the year,a new 80’s classic has been born. On Amazon 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻😈😈😈😈🖤🖤🖤🖤#yousuckatwatchingmovies  #puppetmasterthelittlestreich  #moviereview 
I must have seen ‘The Boys From Brazil’ 1978 5 or 6 times,each time I’ve had a blast, the film walks a razor thin line of insane conspiracy thriller and high camp,mostly down to acting giant Gregory Peck’s Nazi Doctor Josef Mengele,strutting about in a white suit and face complaining about Jews,especially Laurence Olivier’s Nazi hunting Lieberman. The plot is outlandish,and horrifying,Mengele has been in the jungles of Paraguay for 20 years,experimenting on clones to create another Adolf Hitler,his plan is worldwide,involving 94 assassinations and assorted other lunacy,it’s a fucking hoot. Of course,watching it now,it certainly seems darker and more relevant than it once was, and watching James Mason and Peck arguing over murders has a certain grim charm,one scene of Mengele going nuts at a Trump, Oops! Nazi party Ball has to be seen to be believed,the whole film is over the top,with just enough horrible believability to keep your eyes glued to the screen. The flick has an outstanding Jerry Goldsmith Score, but it’s all the great actors trying to outdo each other in the outrageous German silly accent award that makes it most entertaining,and that it is,a supreme guilty pleasure,well worth your time. I’m sure there must be a great drinking game in here somewhere. #yousuckatwatchingmovies
I must have seen ‘The Boys From Brazil’ 1978 5 or 6 times,each time I’ve had a blast, the film walks a razor thin line of insane conspiracy thriller and high camp,mostly down to acting giant Gregory Peck’s Nazi Doctor Josef Mengele,strutting about in a white suit and face complaining about Jews,especially Laurence Olivier’s Nazi hunting Lieberman. The plot is outlandish,and horrifying,Mengele has been in the jungles of Paraguay for 20 years,experimenting on clones to create another Adolf Hitler,his plan is worldwide,involving 94 assassinations and assorted other lunacy,it’s a fucking hoot. Of course,watching it now,it certainly seems darker and more relevant than it once was, and watching James Mason and Peck arguing over murders has a certain grim charm,one scene of Mengele going nuts at a Trump, Oops! Nazi party Ball has to be seen to be believed,the whole film is over the top,with just enough horrible believability to keep your eyes glued to the screen. The flick has an outstanding Jerry Goldsmith Score, but it’s all the great actors trying to outdo each other in the outrageous German silly accent award that makes it most entertaining,and that it is,a supreme guilty pleasure,well worth your time. I’m sure there must be a great drinking game in here somewhere. #yousuckatwatchingmovies 
I have no clue why ‘Lake Placid’ 1999 is not beloved by Creature Feature fans,because it’s one of the very best,up there with ‘Arachnophobia’ in terms of sheer entertainment value. Much of this comes in two forms,the cast of Bill Pullman,Bridget Fonda, Oliver Platt,Brendon Gleason and a career changing performance in Betty White,she along with the rest of the cast swears like a champ,this is when it all changed for her,and it’s a fucking blast. Secondly,the script by  David E Kelly,is one of the sharpest,funniest and downright creative that I’ve ever seen in a monster movie,it’s fucking outstanding from the first frame to the last,brilliant!,,🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻😂😂😂 A series of grisly bodies are found in a lake in Maine,investigators are sent,all with different motives,and it’s the considerable chemistry this cast has that sets this flick apart,it’s a fucking blast!  You have to keep up,the jokes and insults fly thick and fast,it’s nonstop,it’s all aided by beautiful FX by Stan Winston and a gorgeous score,I really rate this movie,an underrated gem of a flick,first class b-Movie fun,in my book,it’s a classic.❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻 on Amazon #yousuckatwatchingmovies #lakeplacid #moviereview
I have no clue why ‘Lake Placid’ 1999 is not beloved by Creature Feature fans,because it’s one of the very best,up there with ‘Arachnophobia’ in terms of sheer entertainment value. Much of this comes in two forms,the cast of Bill Pullman,Bridget Fonda, Oliver Platt,Brendon Gleason and a career changing performance in Betty White,she along with the rest of the cast swears like a champ,this is when it all changed for her,and it’s a fucking blast. Secondly,the script by David E Kelly,is one of the sharpest,funniest and downright creative that I’ve ever seen in a monster movie,it’s fucking outstanding from the first frame to the last,brilliant!,,🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻😂😂😂 A series of grisly bodies are found in a lake in Maine,investigators are sent,all with different motives,and it’s the considerable chemistry this cast has that sets this flick apart,it’s a fucking blast! You have to keep up,the jokes and insults fly thick and fast,it’s nonstop,it’s all aided by beautiful FX by Stan Winston and a gorgeous score,I really rate this movie,an underrated gem of a flick,first class b-Movie fun,in my book,it’s a classic.❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻 on Amazon #yousuckatwatchingmovies  #lakeplacid  #moviereview 
Director William Friedkin made 3 great movies,’The French Connection’ 1971, ‘The Exorcist’ 1973 and this film’’Sorcerer’ in 1977, it has faded into obscurity because of two things,its title,which has nothing to do with the movie,and the fact that Friedkin picked the release date in the summer of 77, up against a little Sci-Fi B Movie that was expected to do nothing, called ‘Star Wars’😳😩 it’s a remake of the French Classic ‘The Wages of Fear’,it’s been called the greatest remake in film history,and it’s easy to see why,because if you are in tune with this movie,it contains one,if not two of the greatest action sequences ever filmed,the most famous one,a truck crossing a rope bridge in a storm,is worth watching the whole movie for,it’s all real,it’s so tense,so fucking mind blowing,it would never be done today.  The movie is unremittingly grimy and bleak,a group of men,criminals,terrorists,murderers and worse,all end up in some South American hellhole,with no chance of getting out,until the local oil mine blows up,and these desperate men volunteer to drive sweating Dynamite through 200 miles of jungle😳😱 It’s all filmed documentary style,we are just witnesses to the events, but it takes its sweet time to get where it’s going,which may be too much for some,not for me!! Roy Scheider leads an international cast,all understated and brilliant,the film also contains one of the best electronic scores ever, by Tangerine Dream, their best film work👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻it’s a damn shame more have not seen this underrated classic,it deserves a great reputation,this film delivers something unique,once you have seen it,you will understand. A piece of trivia, Writer Stephen King says ‘Sorcerer’ is his favorite movie! Now you know. It’s on Amazon. #yousuckatwatchingmovies #sorcerer #moviereview
Director William Friedkin made 3 great movies,’The French Connection’ 1971, ‘The Exorcist’ 1973 and this film’’Sorcerer’ in 1977, it has faded into obscurity because of two things,its title,which has nothing to do with the movie,and the fact that Friedkin picked the release date in the summer of 77, up against a little Sci-Fi B Movie that was expected to do nothing, called ‘Star Wars’😳😩 it’s a remake of the French Classic ‘The Wages of Fear’,it’s been called the greatest remake in film history,and it’s easy to see why,because if you are in tune with this movie,it contains one,if not two of the greatest action sequences ever filmed,the most famous one,a truck crossing a rope bridge in a storm,is worth watching the whole movie for,it’s all real,it’s so tense,so fucking mind blowing,it would never be done today. The movie is unremittingly grimy and bleak,a group of men,criminals,terrorists,murderers and worse,all end up in some South American hellhole,with no chance of getting out,until the local oil mine blows up,and these desperate men volunteer to drive sweating Dynamite through 200 miles of jungle😳😱 It’s all filmed documentary style,we are just witnesses to the events, but it takes its sweet time to get where it’s going,which may be too much for some,not for me!! Roy Scheider leads an international cast,all understated and brilliant,the film also contains one of the best electronic scores ever, by Tangerine Dream, their best film work👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻it’s a damn shame more have not seen this underrated classic,it deserves a great reputation,this film delivers something unique,once you have seen it,you will understand. A piece of trivia, Writer Stephen King says ‘Sorcerer’ is his favorite movie! Now you know. It’s on Amazon. #yousuckatwatchingmovies  #sorcerer  #moviereview 
I had seen ‘Enemy’ and ‘Prisoners’ but it wasn’t until ‘Sicario’ that I knew for certain we had a new,gifted director on the scene in Canadian Denis Villeneuve, because this film is a crime classic. The three leads all give superb performances,Emily Blunt,Josh Brolin and a career best Benicio Del Toro,all very realistic,compelling and often terrifying,the film has a slight horror feel to it,along with the suspense,not really an action film,but it’s gripping as fuck. Denis and the greatest current cinematographer,Roger Deakins pile on the images,it’s a great looking movie,and the scene at sunset where they venture into the tunnels is absolutely stunning,truly scary,aided by the sadly passed Jóhann Jóhannsson remarkable unearthly score,it’s deeply unsettling,as it should be. I’m not usually interested in crime and drug war stories,but this is an exception,this is pure undiluted cinema at its finest,a great movie. And of course Denis was only getting warmed up,next came ‘Arrival’ and one of the greatest films in decades, ‘Blade Runner 2049’❤️ and now he’s working on a two part ‘Dune’ movie!!! This is a great time to be alive in cinema. #yousuckatwatchingmovies #sicario #moviereview #denisvilleneuve
I had seen ‘Enemy’ and ‘Prisoners’ but it wasn’t until ‘Sicario’ that I knew for certain we had a new,gifted director on the scene in Canadian Denis Villeneuve, because this film is a crime classic. The three leads all give superb performances,Emily Blunt,Josh Brolin and a career best Benicio Del Toro,all very realistic,compelling and often terrifying,the film has a slight horror feel to it,along with the suspense,not really an action film,but it’s gripping as fuck. Denis and the greatest current cinematographer,Roger Deakins pile on the images,it’s a great looking movie,and the scene at sunset where they venture into the tunnels is absolutely stunning,truly scary,aided by the sadly passed Jóhann Jóhannsson remarkable unearthly score,it’s deeply unsettling,as it should be. I’m not usually interested in crime and drug war stories,but this is an exception,this is pure undiluted cinema at its finest,a great movie. And of course Denis was only getting warmed up,next came ‘Arrival’ and one of the greatest films in decades, ‘Blade Runner 2049’❤️ and now he’s working on a two part ‘Dune’ movie!!! This is a great time to be alive in cinema. #yousuckatwatchingmovies  #sicario  #moviereview  #denisvilleneuve 
I am happy to announce that Johnathan Glazer’s Sci Fi masterpiece ‘Under The Skin’ is now on Netflix!! This film is in my top 100 favorite films, I must have seen it 20-30 times, it’s utterly mesmerizing👽🖤🖤🖤🖤 Scarlett Johansson gives her best performance to date, I think she is astounding in this, despite having very few lines, her face and body does it all🙏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 The fucking incredible score by Mica Levi is unlike anything ever, and the movie has several scenes that will stay with you forever. Scarlett gets fully naked, as do several of her male co stars, there’s even male erections! It’s pace is glacial, so slow!  But as far as making you understand how an Alien would view us as a species? it’s compelling stuff, original and beautiful. Putting Scarlett, a big Hollywood moviestar in the middle of a Scottish City and it’s people is genius, much of it was done in secret, which adds to its weirdness and realism. I deeply admire this film on many levels, for me, this is movie PERFECTION. 🖤🖤🖤🖤🖤🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻 #yousuckatwatchingmovies
I am happy to announce that Johnathan Glazer’s Sci Fi masterpiece ‘Under The Skin’ is now on Netflix!! This film is in my top 100 favorite films, I must have seen it 20-30 times, it’s utterly mesmerizing👽🖤🖤🖤🖤 Scarlett Johansson gives her best performance to date, I think she is astounding in this, despite having very few lines, her face and body does it all🙏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 The fucking incredible score by Mica Levi is unlike anything ever, and the movie has several scenes that will stay with you forever. Scarlett gets fully naked, as do several of her male co stars, there’s even male erections! It’s pace is glacial, so slow! But as far as making you understand how an Alien would view us as a species? it’s compelling stuff, original and beautiful. Putting Scarlett, a big Hollywood moviestar in the middle of a Scottish City and it’s people is genius, much of it was done in secret, which adds to its weirdness and realism. I deeply admire this film on many levels, for me, this is movie PERFECTION. 🖤🖤🖤🖤🖤🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻 #yousuckatwatchingmovies 
I think it’s fair to say that most Netflix movies are passable at best,but every now and again,there’s a good one,and even rarer,a really good flick,I’m happy to say ‘1922’ with Thomas Jane is such a movie. It’s based on a Stephen King story,and I think it’s one of the very best King horror flicks,it’s creepy,eerie and downright scary in parts. Jane has never been better,he’s unrecognizable in the role,his voice and appearance is dramatically changed,he’s fucking amazing in this,totally believable. He plays a Nebraska farmer who kills his wife over a piece of land,and he surely lives to regret it. 😳😱😱😱 Holy shit,this flick delivers,it’s outstanding and deserves a bigger audience. #yousuckatwatchingmovies
I think it’s fair to say that most Netflix movies are passable at best,but every now and again,there’s a good one,and even rarer,a really good flick,I’m happy to say ‘1922’ with Thomas Jane is such a movie. It’s based on a Stephen King story,and I think it’s one of the very best King horror flicks,it’s creepy,eerie and downright scary in parts. Jane has never been better,he’s unrecognizable in the role,his voice and appearance is dramatically changed,he’s fucking amazing in this,totally believable. He plays a Nebraska farmer who kills his wife over a piece of land,and he surely lives to regret it. 😳😱😱😱 Holy shit,this flick delivers,it’s outstanding and deserves a bigger audience. #yousuckatwatchingmovies 
I don't wanna sound like a queer or nothing but good lord Hearts Beat Loud was everything I hoped it would be. Nick Offerman was incredible as a non Ron Sawson record store owning dad with a heart of gold. Kiersey Clemons and her voice was endearing and fucking perfect in every way. The music in this film was superb. Definitely picking up this soundtrack. There needs to be more music focused films like this. Also Ted Danson being a bartender again is always a plus. Go see see this film. #yousuckatwatchingmovies
I don't wanna sound like a queer or nothing but good lord Hearts Beat Loud was everything I hoped it would be. Nick Offerman was incredible as a non Ron Sawson record store owning dad with a heart of gold. Kiersey Clemons and her voice was endearing and fucking perfect in every way. The music in this film was superb. Definitely picking up this soundtrack. There needs to be more music focused films like this. Also Ted Danson being a bartender again is always a plus. Go see see this film. #yousuckatwatchingmovies 
Jesus fucking Christ, leave it to Mr. Rogers to prove I'm not as dead on inside as I thought I was. Won't you be my neighbor was beautiful. I don't wanna sound like a queer or nothing but I was teary eyed from beginning to end. It tugged the fuck out of little black heart strings. It was perfect. Do not be stupid & miss this. #yousuckatwatchingmovies
Jesus fucking Christ, leave it to Mr. Rogers to prove I'm not as dead on inside as I thought I was. Won't you be my neighbor was beautiful. I don't wanna sound like a queer or nothing but I was teary eyed from beginning to end. It tugged the fuck out of little black heart strings. It was perfect. Do not be stupid & miss this. #yousuckatwatchingmovies 
If it’s unapologetic vengeful nastiness you want,then Korean film is a good place to start,and if you want to dive in deep I recommend the astonishing ‘I Saw The Devil’ 2010. Directed by Kim Jee-Woon and starring ‘Oldboy’ himself Choi Min-Sik as a fucking horrifically brutal serial killer,who murders a girl who happens to be the fiancé of Byung-hun,a dedicated police officer,his girlfriends murder has unhinged him,and he is not happy just catching his lovers killer,he wants to make this scumbags life a living hell before he kills him, so during a fight when the killer is unconscious,he implants a tracking device so he can follow him everywhere.  So begins a grisly cat and mouse,with the cop suddenly appearing just as the killer is about to get his jollies off,which pisses him off no end. We get to see Korea’s underbelly,including a cannibal clan,and various other murderers,rapists and shitfucks of every kind,it ain’t pretty. Except it is,this movie is utterly gorgeous,the cinematography is beautiful,the film is often flooded with color,despite the EXTREME brutality on display,the Fx are very realistic and stomach churching,this film pulls no punches at all,so beware! The acting is great,as is the direction and story,it’s a long film but it flies by,it’s without doubt one of the most brutal films of the last decade,but the story is so engaging,this is no crappy B movie. ‘I Saw The Devil’ is a great horror film, it delivers the appalling goods,if that’s your thing. On Amazon and Hulu, but I recommend you get the Blu-ray,it’s cheap and gorgeous,worth every penny. #yousuckatwatchingmovies #Isawthedevil #moviereview
If it’s unapologetic vengeful nastiness you want,then Korean film is a good place to start,and if you want to dive in deep I recommend the astonishing ‘I Saw The Devil’ 2010. Directed by Kim Jee-Woon and starring ‘Oldboy’ himself Choi Min-Sik as a fucking horrifically brutal serial killer,who murders a girl who happens to be the fiancé of Byung-hun,a dedicated police officer,his girlfriends murder has unhinged him,and he is not happy just catching his lovers killer,he wants to make this scumbags life a living hell before he kills him, so during a fight when the killer is unconscious,he implants a tracking device so he can follow him everywhere. So begins a grisly cat and mouse,with the cop suddenly appearing just as the killer is about to get his jollies off,which pisses him off no end. We get to see Korea’s underbelly,including a cannibal clan,and various other murderers,rapists and shitfucks of every kind,it ain’t pretty. Except it is,this movie is utterly gorgeous,the cinematography is beautiful,the film is often flooded with color,despite the EXTREME brutality on display,the Fx are very realistic and stomach churching,this film pulls no punches at all,so beware! The acting is great,as is the direction and story,it’s a long film but it flies by,it’s without doubt one of the most brutal films of the last decade,but the story is so engaging,this is no crappy B movie. ‘I Saw The Devil’ is a great horror film, it delivers the appalling goods,if that’s your thing. On Amazon and Hulu, but I recommend you get the Blu-ray,it’s cheap and gorgeous,worth every penny. #yousuckatwatchingmovies  #Isawthedevil  #moviereview 
From my @colinchristiansmoviepage  I hope you start following and get some reviews of movies worth watching!  I saw ‘Hereditary’ in a nearly empty theater,not surprising since the movie had got a ‘D’ Cinemascore,the same as ‘Mother’ earlier in the year,which does not bother me because I, like many of you,are not ordinary cinema goers,we are happy and excited to see something different or unexpected,and let me tell you right the fuck now, ‘Hereditary’ is no regular movie.  Toni Collette and Gabriel Byrne play two parents to two kids,the older Peter and the strange Charlie, they are all just getting over the death of grandma,who,by all accounts was a strange fucked up lady. Collette is having problems, and sees her dead mother in dark corners of the room,is she going mad?  Collette is simply brilliant in this,her performance is beyond Oscar worthy,it’s one of the greatest I’ve ever seen,once you have seen the movie,you will understand perfectly. There are other deaths,and the film dives deep into grief,it’s very realistic and almost distressing,to see such raw emotion,hits you like a freight train,and combined with greater and greater unease and apprehension,this flick doubles down on anxiety,suspicion, and shock,several scenes hit like a fucking sledgehammer, and are both weird and distressingly realistic. This is true horror,I can’t go into the story details because it would ruin the surprise,and it has and ending so fucking out there you wonder what you just saw,”Did I see that?” WTF!!!😳😳😳😱😱😱😱 This is one of those films that you need to see several times to collect all the info,I was already aware of some of the stranger elements,to see it onscreen was a big surprise. Don’t go in expecting easy answers,this is one to puzzle over and revisit,but it feels as though it was dipped in dread,has a great 70’s vibe about it,with a modern sense of ‘We Are Fucked’,so prepare yourselves. This ain’t for everyone,but if you have an affinity for this material,it delivers bigtime 😈💀 #yousuckatwatchingmovies #hereditary
From my @colinchristiansmoviepage I hope you start following and get some reviews of movies worth watching! I saw ‘Hereditary’ in a nearly empty theater,not surprising since the movie had got a ‘D’ Cinemascore,the same as ‘Mother’ earlier in the year,which does not bother me because I, like many of you,are not ordinary cinema goers,we are happy and excited to see something different or unexpected,and let me tell you right the fuck now, ‘Hereditary’ is no regular movie. Toni Collette and Gabriel Byrne play two parents to two kids,the older Peter and the strange Charlie, they are all just getting over the death of grandma,who,by all accounts was a strange fucked up lady. Collette is having problems, and sees her dead mother in dark corners of the room,is she going mad? Collette is simply brilliant in this,her performance is beyond Oscar worthy,it’s one of the greatest I’ve ever seen,once you have seen the movie,you will understand perfectly. There are other deaths,and the film dives deep into grief,it’s very realistic and almost distressing,to see such raw emotion,hits you like a freight train,and combined with greater and greater unease and apprehension,this flick doubles down on anxiety,suspicion, and shock,several scenes hit like a fucking sledgehammer, and are both weird and distressingly realistic. This is true horror,I can’t go into the story details because it would ruin the surprise,and it has and ending so fucking out there you wonder what you just saw,”Did I see that?” WTF!!!😳😳😳😱😱😱😱 This is one of those films that you need to see several times to collect all the info,I was already aware of some of the stranger elements,to see it onscreen was a big surprise. Don’t go in expecting easy answers,this is one to puzzle over and revisit,but it feels as though it was dipped in dread,has a great 70’s vibe about it,with a modern sense of ‘We Are Fucked’,so prepare yourselves. This ain’t for everyone,but if you have an affinity for this material,it delivers bigtime 😈💀 #yousuckatwatchingmovies  #hereditary 
I saw ‘Hereditary’ in a nearly empty theater,not surprising since the movie had got a ‘D’ Cinemascore,the same as ‘Mother’ earlier in the year,which does not bother me because I, like many of you,are not ordinary cinema goers,we are happy and excited to see something different or unexpected,and let me tell you right the fuck now, ‘Hereditary’ is no regular movie. 😈💀Toni Collette and Gabriel Byrne play two parents to two kids,the older Peter and the strange Charlie, they are all just getting over the death of grandma,who,by all accounts was a strange fucked up lady. Collette is having problems, and sees her dead mother in dark corners of the room,is she going mad?  Collette is simply brilliant in this,her performance is beyond Oscar worthy,it’s one of the greatest I’ve ever seen,once you have seen the movie,you will understand perfectly. There are other deaths,and the film dives deep into grief,it’s very realistic and almost distressing,to see such raw emotion,hits you like a freight train,and combined with greater and greater unease and apprehension,this flick doubles down on anxiety,suspicion, and shock,several scenes hit like a fucking sledgehammer, and are both weird and distressingly realistic. This is true horror,I can’t go into the story details because it would ruin the surprise,and it has and ending so fucking out there you wonder what you just saw,”Did I see that?” WTF!!!😳😳😳😱😱😱😱 This is one of those films that you need to see several times to collect all the info,I was already aware of some of the stranger elements,to see it onscreen was a big surprise. Don’t go in expecting easy answers,this is one to puzzle over and revisit,but it feels as though it was dipped in dread,has a great 70’s vibe about it,with a modern sense of ‘We Are Fucked’,so prepare yourselves. It’s emotionally draining😈😱This ain’t for everyone,but if you have an affinity for this material,it delivers bigtime 😈💀 #yousuckatwatchingmovies #hereditary
I saw ‘Hereditary’ in a nearly empty theater,not surprising since the movie had got a ‘D’ Cinemascore,the same as ‘Mother’ earlier in the year,which does not bother me because I, like many of you,are not ordinary cinema goers,we are happy and excited to see something different or unexpected,and let me tell you right the fuck now, ‘Hereditary’ is no regular movie. 😈💀Toni Collette and Gabriel Byrne play two parents to two kids,the older Peter and the strange Charlie, they are all just getting over the death of grandma,who,by all accounts was a strange fucked up lady. Collette is having problems, and sees her dead mother in dark corners of the room,is she going mad? Collette is simply brilliant in this,her performance is beyond Oscar worthy,it’s one of the greatest I’ve ever seen,once you have seen the movie,you will understand perfectly. There are other deaths,and the film dives deep into grief,it’s very realistic and almost distressing,to see such raw emotion,hits you like a freight train,and combined with greater and greater unease and apprehension,this flick doubles down on anxiety,suspicion, and shock,several scenes hit like a fucking sledgehammer, and are both weird and distressingly realistic. This is true horror,I can’t go into the story details because it would ruin the surprise,and it has and ending so fucking out there you wonder what you just saw,”Did I see that?” WTF!!!😳😳😳😱😱😱😱 This is one of those films that you need to see several times to collect all the info,I was already aware of some of the stranger elements,to see it onscreen was a big surprise. Don’t go in expecting easy answers,this is one to puzzle over and revisit,but it feels as though it was dipped in dread,has a great 70’s vibe about it,with a modern sense of ‘We Are Fucked’,so prepare yourselves. It’s emotionally draining😈😱This ain’t for everyone,but if you have an affinity for this material,it delivers bigtime 😈💀 #yousuckatwatchingmovies  #hereditary 
‘How to talk to girls at parties’ 2018 is based on a Neil Gaiman short story and it manages to capture the utter weirdness of his writing,a straightforward strong narrative this is not. Directed by John Cameron Mitchell,who has also done ‘Hedwig and the angry Inch’ and the amazing ‘Shortbus’, it stars Elle Fanning as a visiting alien to a Punk London in 1977,she falls for a English punk who shows her around before she leaves with the rest of her alien tourist group.Nicole Kidman is all Gothed up as a punk artist/welder, Boudicca,she’s doing her best Dick Van Dyke impression,😂😂😂😂😂 The aliens are all shacked up in a house in Croydon, wearing a series of fucking gorgeous latex outfits,parading about in a punk/ mod house,it’s fucking wonderful,I wish the whole movie was filmed here,weird alien dancing and handjobs for locals,I won’t lie,it’s looks like Colin Paradise😍😍😜😜😜😜 Then Elle is a punk singer,there’s some very trippy visuals worthy of a Ken Russell flick,like a cgi ‘Tommy’, does it make very much sense? Not really, it’s got lots of hot chicks walking around in latex,which is my idea of a good time, but I think the appeal of the movie is pretty limited, it certainly has all the makings of a cult classic,it would be interesting to see who loves this and who most definitely does not. This is not for everyone,those who are into punk, or the directors previous work will probably love it,but those that want something to make sense had better stay away. On Amazon. #yousuckatwatchingmovies #howtotalktogirlsatparties
‘How to talk to girls at parties’ 2018 is based on a Neil Gaiman short story and it manages to capture the utter weirdness of his writing,a straightforward strong narrative this is not. Directed by John Cameron Mitchell,who has also done ‘Hedwig and the angry Inch’ and the amazing ‘Shortbus’, it stars Elle Fanning as a visiting alien to a Punk London in 1977,she falls for a English punk who shows her around before she leaves with the rest of her alien tourist group.Nicole Kidman is all Gothed up as a punk artist/welder, Boudicca,she’s doing her best Dick Van Dyke impression,😂😂😂😂😂 The aliens are all shacked up in a house in Croydon, wearing a series of fucking gorgeous latex outfits,parading about in a punk/ mod house,it’s fucking wonderful,I wish the whole movie was filmed here,weird alien dancing and handjobs for locals,I won’t lie,it’s looks like Colin Paradise😍😍😜😜😜😜 Then Elle is a punk singer,there’s some very trippy visuals worthy of a Ken Russell flick,like a cgi ‘Tommy’, does it make very much sense? Not really, it’s got lots of hot chicks walking around in latex,which is my idea of a good time, but I think the appeal of the movie is pretty limited, it certainly has all the makings of a cult classic,it would be interesting to see who loves this and who most definitely does not. This is not for everyone,those who are into punk, or the directors previous work will probably love it,but those that want something to make sense had better stay away. On Amazon. #yousuckatwatchingmovies  #howtotalktogirlsatparties 
I’m a giant fan of Harmony Korine’s ‘Spring Breakers’ 2012.  It stars Selena Gomez,Vanessa Hudgens, Ashley Benson,Rachel Korine and a very sleazy James Franco as Floridian trashy rapper gangsta Al Ien. 4 bored college girls rob a restaurant to get money to go to Spring Break in Saint Petersburg,Florida in style,the fact that they see this crime as no big deal is one of the films points, the needs of these girls trump any rights or wrongs,they feel their relaxation is the most important thing in the world,something that many of the other Spring Breakers seem to share. So the girls join the drunken high crowds at St Pete beach,EDM blasting,concerts,drugs,sex, anything goes in acid neon colors,it’s fucking wild,so wild that the 4 get arrested,but the now frightened teens are ‘rescued’ by Franco who posts their bail,and is about to show them Florida’s stinking underbelly. Holy shit,this flick is a trip,literally,flickering bright,over saturated colors, entitled youth,over sexed and self medicating,this movie does not let up,and it’s just getting started!! It gets wilder and wilder,Franco and his gals getting guns and drugs,causing mayhem, I loved it, but it’s not very kind to the youth, is it realistic or not? You should decide. On Amazon #yousuckatwatchingmovies #springbreakers
I’m a giant fan of Harmony Korine’s ‘Spring Breakers’ 2012. It stars Selena Gomez,Vanessa Hudgens, Ashley Benson,Rachel Korine and a very sleazy James Franco as Floridian trashy rapper gangsta Al Ien. 4 bored college girls rob a restaurant to get money to go to Spring Break in Saint Petersburg,Florida in style,the fact that they see this crime as no big deal is one of the films points, the needs of these girls trump any rights or wrongs,they feel their relaxation is the most important thing in the world,something that many of the other Spring Breakers seem to share. So the girls join the drunken high crowds at St Pete beach,EDM blasting,concerts,drugs,sex, anything goes in acid neon colors,it’s fucking wild,so wild that the 4 get arrested,but the now frightened teens are ‘rescued’ by Franco who posts their bail,and is about to show them Florida’s stinking underbelly. Holy shit,this flick is a trip,literally,flickering bright,over saturated colors, entitled youth,over sexed and self medicating,this movie does not let up,and it’s just getting started!! It gets wilder and wilder,Franco and his gals getting guns and drugs,causing mayhem, I loved it, but it’s not very kind to the youth, is it realistic or not? You should decide. On Amazon #yousuckatwatchingmovies  #springbreakers 
Watched ‘The Tale’ on HBO. Holy shit. 😳 Laura Dern Stars in a true story, about a documentary maker, who’s mother finds a story that her daughter wrote in the 70’s, at the time this young girl talks of love and adulthood, but once her adult Self  starts to go over the story, finds letters and information, she realizes with justifiable horror that she was groomed by a predator. This flick pulls no punches, there are several shocking, sickening scenes, showing how questioning our own memories can open them up to be something very different💔 This one shook me up, bad. I really recommend you check it out, it’s a tale brilliantly told, if this was released at the movies, Dern would win the Oscar for sure, as would the girl playing her childhood self,
Isabelle Nélisse. I have a feeling this will stir up some shit, rightfully so, this flick is a fucking sledgehammer. 😳 on HBO. #yousuckatwatchingmovies
Watched ‘The Tale’ on HBO. Holy shit. 😳 Laura Dern Stars in a true story, about a documentary maker, who’s mother finds a story that her daughter wrote in the 70’s, at the time this young girl talks of love and adulthood, but once her adult Self starts to go over the story, finds letters and information, she realizes with justifiable horror that she was groomed by a predator. This flick pulls no punches, there are several shocking, sickening scenes, showing how questioning our own memories can open them up to be something very different💔 This one shook me up, bad. I really recommend you check it out, it’s a tale brilliantly told, if this was released at the movies, Dern would win the Oscar for sure, as would the girl playing her childhood self, Isabelle Nélisse. I have a feeling this will stir up some shit, rightfully so, this flick is a fucking sledgehammer. 😳 on HBO. #yousuckatwatchingmovies 
Watched ‘The Tale’ on HBO. Holy shit. 😳 Laura Dern Stars in a true story, about a documentary maker, who’s mother finds a story that her daughter wrote in the 70’s, at the time this young girl talks of love and adulthood, but once her adult Self  starts to go over the story, finds letters and information, she realizes with justifiable horror that she was groomed by a predator. This flick pulls no punches, there are several shocking, sickening scenes, showing how questioning our own memories can open them up to be something very different💔 This one shook me up, bad. I really recommend you check it out, it’s a tale brilliantly told, if this was released at the movies, Dern would win the Oscar for sure, as would the girl playing her childhood self,
Isabelle Nélisse. I have a feeling this will stir up some shit, rightfully so, this flick is a fucking sledgehammer. 😳 on HBO. #yousuckatwatchingmovies
Watched ‘The Tale’ on HBO. Holy shit. 😳 Laura Dern Stars in a true story, about a documentary maker, who’s mother finds a story that her daughter wrote in the 70’s, at the time this young girl talks of love and adulthood, but once her adult Self starts to go over the story, finds letters and information, she realizes with justifiable horror that she was groomed by a predator. This flick pulls no punches, there are several shocking, sickening scenes, showing how questioning our own memories can open them up to be something very different💔 This one shook me up, bad. I really recommend you check it out, it’s a tale brilliantly told, if this was released at the movies, Dern would win the Oscar for sure, as would the girl playing her childhood self, Isabelle Nélisse. I have a feeling this will stir up some shit, rightfully so, this flick is a fucking sledgehammer. 😳 on HBO. #yousuckatwatchingmovies 
As it’s Memorial Day I figured I should give a shout out to a war film so for me it has to be ‘Where Eagles Dare’ 1968 starring Richard Burton and a young Clint Eastwood,based on a story by Alistair MaClean,it’s so fucking exciting!  Our two heroes lead an expedition of guys and one woman to attack a German castle,the Nazis have captured an American general with the plans for the second front,,and our fellas have to get in there before he spills the beans and spoils all our plans😱 However,there is a spy in with our heroes,and they have to discover who it is before the shit comes crashing down!  In the case of this film,it’s all about the story,and it’s a fucking cracker! Twists and turns constantly,and right in the middle is Burton’s steely resolve, he was apparently drunk through much of the filming,but you can’t tell,unless being a complete and utter bastard is a tell tale sign!😂😂 Clint looks great and kills a shitload of Nazis,the movie is as exciting as anything made today and it looks amazing,up in the Bavarian alps where it’s a constant blue halflight,it’s awesome. It’s a long film,but it flies by,there are a shitload of secrets that are often surprising and entertaining, of all the old fashioned war movies this is easily my favorite,it still holds up remarkably well and I watch it once or twice a year,if you’ve never seen it? You are in for a treat,it’s a really great movie❤️❤️❤️👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 #yousuckatwatchingmovies #whereeaglesdare #moviereview
As it’s Memorial Day I figured I should give a shout out to a war film so for me it has to be ‘Where Eagles Dare’ 1968 starring Richard Burton and a young Clint Eastwood,based on a story by Alistair MaClean,it’s so fucking exciting! Our two heroes lead an expedition of guys and one woman to attack a German castle,the Nazis have captured an American general with the plans for the second front,,and our fellas have to get in there before he spills the beans and spoils all our plans😱 However,there is a spy in with our heroes,and they have to discover who it is before the shit comes crashing down! In the case of this film,it’s all about the story,and it’s a fucking cracker! Twists and turns constantly,and right in the middle is Burton’s steely resolve, he was apparently drunk through much of the filming,but you can’t tell,unless being a complete and utter bastard is a tell tale sign!😂😂 Clint looks great and kills a shitload of Nazis,the movie is as exciting as anything made today and it looks amazing,up in the Bavarian alps where it’s a constant blue halflight,it’s awesome. It’s a long film,but it flies by,there are a shitload of secrets that are often surprising and entertaining, of all the old fashioned war movies this is easily my favorite,it still holds up remarkably well and I watch it once or twice a year,if you’ve never seen it? You are in for a treat,it’s a really great movie❤️❤️❤️👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 #yousuckatwatchingmovies  #whereeaglesdare  #moviereview 
So here is another #guiltypleasure movie,starring two of my favorite 
actors,birthday boys and cinematic team ups,Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing in the fantastic eurotrash horror classic ‘Horror Express’ 1972!  It also stars Telly Savalas as a Cossack Captain,ha! This fucking movie ROCKS!  Lee plays explorer and fossil hunter Saxton,who has found a missing link fossil in Manchuria and wants to take it back to England on the Trans Siberian Express,where he meets fellow scientist and nosey parker Doctor Wells ( Cushing) The train is full of crazy characters,a weird Rasputin type monk,a detective,a polish count and wife,various spies and European aristocracy,and shit goes downhill fast when the icy fossil wakes up and starts boiling everyone’s brains and retaining their memories and skills.🤭😂😂😂😂 The hairy monster with the glowing eye takes victim after victim,the monk thinks Satan is on board,there is autopsies,glowing eyes and murder at every turn,this movie is a riot!! It has a great soundtrack,some nifty gore,some hilarious pseudoscience🤭😂😂😂😂 and a whodunnit storyline,it’s fucking bonkers!, endlessly entertaining,you can see Lee and Cushing are having fun,and it rubs off,I LOVE this movie!! You can find it all over,except Netflix🤬. Give it a go,this film is a lot of fun👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻❤️❤️❤️ #yousuckatwatchingmovies #horrorexpress #cushingandlee #moviereview
So here is another #guiltypleasure  movie,starring two of my favorite actors,birthday boys and cinematic team ups,Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing in the fantastic eurotrash horror classic ‘Horror Express’ 1972! It also stars Telly Savalas as a Cossack Captain,ha! This fucking movie ROCKS! Lee plays explorer and fossil hunter Saxton,who has found a missing link fossil in Manchuria and wants to take it back to England on the Trans Siberian Express,where he meets fellow scientist and nosey parker Doctor Wells ( Cushing) The train is full of crazy characters,a weird Rasputin type monk,a detective,a polish count and wife,various spies and European aristocracy,and shit goes downhill fast when the icy fossil wakes up and starts boiling everyone’s brains and retaining their memories and skills.🤭😂😂😂😂 The hairy monster with the glowing eye takes victim after victim,the monk thinks Satan is on board,there is autopsies,glowing eyes and murder at every turn,this movie is a riot!! It has a great soundtrack,some nifty gore,some hilarious pseudoscience🤭😂😂😂😂 and a whodunnit storyline,it’s fucking bonkers!, endlessly entertaining,you can see Lee and Cushing are having fun,and it rubs off,I LOVE this movie!! You can find it all over,except Netflix🤬. Give it a go,this film is a lot of fun👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻❤️❤️❤️ #yousuckatwatchingmovies  #horrorexpress  #cushingandlee  #moviereview 
This weekend has the birthdays of 3 of my favorite movie stars,weird that these 3 share birthdays,Christopher Lee,Peter Cushing and Vincent Price,the trilogy of terror!! I have most of their movies in my collection,over the years they have become friends,a constant inspiration to both me and Sas,who has grown to love them as I do🖤  Vincent Price’s first big horror hit was ‘House of Wax’ in 1953, it’s still regarded as one of the greatest 3D movies ever made,despite its director,André De Toth having only one eye! Price plays sculptor Henry who creates realistic historical figures,but his business partner is not happy with this,he wants a quick return so sets fire to Price’s creations for the insurance money. Henry is seemingly killed in the furnace, but once the business partner gets his insurance money,he’s killed by a hideous murderer. We then see that Price is alive,in a wheelchair,he has set up a wax house of horrors,full of killers,torture and murder,a huge success,but where are all the figures coming from?  This fucking movie ROCKS,the scenes of the roasting wax figures is horrifying,Carolyn Jones from the Addams Family stars,and she has a scene tightening a corset which still makes me gasp!! Holeee shit!!!😜😜😜 The ghastly murderer is a fantastic creation,genuinely disturbing,seeing him prowl the streets in the mist still is creepy as fuck,but best of all is Price,he’s elegant,dastardly and maniacal,classy as fuck,you can see him become a horror star right in front of your eyes,I just love the man.🖤🤘🏻💀 Just because it’s old,that doesn’t mean this film or any other should be discounted,some of my fondest movie memories are with older films,I really hope some of you younger lot will give these films a go,your lives will be better with these classics in them,Sas and I sit and watch these films way more than newer ones,fucking fantastic!!! On Amazon,YouTube . #yousuckatwatchingmovies #houseofwax #moviereview
This weekend has the birthdays of 3 of my favorite movie stars,weird that these 3 share birthdays,Christopher Lee,Peter Cushing and Vincent Price,the trilogy of terror!! I have most of their movies in my collection,over the years they have become friends,a constant inspiration to both me and Sas,who has grown to love them as I do🖤 Vincent Price’s first big horror hit was ‘House of Wax’ in 1953, it’s still regarded as one of the greatest 3D movies ever made,despite its director,André De Toth having only one eye! Price plays sculptor Henry who creates realistic historical figures,but his business partner is not happy with this,he wants a quick return so sets fire to Price’s creations for the insurance money. Henry is seemingly killed in the furnace, but once the business partner gets his insurance money,he’s killed by a hideous murderer. We then see that Price is alive,in a wheelchair,he has set up a wax house of horrors,full of killers,torture and murder,a huge success,but where are all the figures coming from? This fucking movie ROCKS,the scenes of the roasting wax figures is horrifying,Carolyn Jones from the Addams Family stars,and she has a scene tightening a corset which still makes me gasp!! Holeee shit!!!😜😜😜 The ghastly murderer is a fantastic creation,genuinely disturbing,seeing him prowl the streets in the mist still is creepy as fuck,but best of all is Price,he’s elegant,dastardly and maniacal,classy as fuck,you can see him become a horror star right in front of your eyes,I just love the man.🖤🤘🏻💀 Just because it’s old,that doesn’t mean this film or any other should be discounted,some of my fondest movie memories are with older films,I really hope some of you younger lot will give these films a go,your lives will be better with these classics in them,Sas and I sit and watch these films way more than newer ones,fucking fantastic!!! On Amazon,YouTube . #yousuckatwatchingmovies  #houseofwax  #moviereview 
Well,what a surprise ‘Cargo’ 2018 is!  Not your usual ‘straight to Netflix’ release,this one is damn good. 🤭👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻Martin Freeman is on a houseboat in the Australian Outback with his wife and baby,an apocalyptic virus has struck the planet, and they are just trying to get by in amongst all the madness. Out finding food,his wife is bitten,which gives her 48 hours before she gets all bitey,the government has supplied kits to cope,including a nasty battery powered spike that you insert in your ear when your 48 hour wearable timer is up. So Freeman and his family are off to find someone who can help them before time runs out,they meet all kinds of characters and shit gets even worse. Freeman pretty much holds up the whole movie,and he’s really good,surprisingly thoughtful,resourceful and likable,even when things get really bad. The word ‘Zombie’ is never mentioned,and in truth,it’s not about them,but about family,and just how shitty some people can be. This is a great film,it’s often tense and it delivers some well earned emotion,this is a very welcome take on Zombie films,it’s got lots of ideas,new stuff we have never seen before,it all works. So watch with confidence,it’s not gory, it instead it relies on the emotional impact such a virus would bring,and it’s fucking devastating,plus the film looks gorgeous,I was very impressed with the movie,definitely up for a second watch soon. #yousuckatwatchingmovies #cargo #zombie #moviereview
Well,what a surprise ‘Cargo’ 2018 is! Not your usual ‘straight to Netflix’ release,this one is damn good. 🤭👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻Martin Freeman is on a houseboat in the Australian Outback with his wife and baby,an apocalyptic virus has struck the planet, and they are just trying to get by in amongst all the madness. Out finding food,his wife is bitten,which gives her 48 hours before she gets all bitey,the government has supplied kits to cope,including a nasty battery powered spike that you insert in your ear when your 48 hour wearable timer is up. So Freeman and his family are off to find someone who can help them before time runs out,they meet all kinds of characters and shit gets even worse. Freeman pretty much holds up the whole movie,and he’s really good,surprisingly thoughtful,resourceful and likable,even when things get really bad. The word ‘Zombie’ is never mentioned,and in truth,it’s not about them,but about family,and just how shitty some people can be. This is a great film,it’s often tense and it delivers some well earned emotion,this is a very welcome take on Zombie films,it’s got lots of ideas,new stuff we have never seen before,it all works. So watch with confidence,it’s not gory, it instead it relies on the emotional impact such a virus would bring,and it’s fucking devastating,plus the film looks gorgeous,I was very impressed with the movie,definitely up for a second watch soon. #yousuckatwatchingmovies  #cargo  #zombie  #moviereview 
‘Thelma’ 2017 is a Norwegian movie about a girl from a very religious family,who finally grows up and goes to college,she’s played by Elli Harboe,who is brilliant. Thelma is very reserved and shy,interacting with other young people away from home is exciting, but you can see her parents are concerned,their constant calls and emails show little confidence in their daughter. But as the movie gets going,we see that not everything is normal with Thelma,she has attacks that look like epilepsy,but she is affecting events surrounding her,birds and animals act strangely,things start moving about. Things really start to act up when Thelma feels attracted to another girl,and it’s clear her awakening sexuality is awakening something else too. This is a quiet,understated movie,a stunning lead performance,and beautiful soundtrack add up to a great little film, there are a few shocking moments, some beautiful sexual ideas, which get wilder as the movie moves along. We don’t get to see Norwegian life on screen too much,so it’s refreshing,which contrasts with Thelma’s overtly religious parents,who are constantly reigning in their daughter,they see events in very different terms,something dark happened in Thelma’s past and we get to find out what’s up along with her, and now Thelma is starting to get upset........😳 What a nifty little movie!!👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻as it moves along it gets creepier and darker😳😳😳Few special Fx, but it has a bit of a grown up X-Men kinda vibe, if tales of wakening sexuality mixed with horror are of interest,then you gotta see this one,I SUPER loved it!  THIS MOVIE ROCKS! I really rate this flick very highly, you need to see it, you will be happy you did! On Hulu and Amazon #yousuckatwatchingmovies #thelma #moviereview
‘Thelma’ 2017 is a Norwegian movie about a girl from a very religious family,who finally grows up and goes to college,she’s played by Elli Harboe,who is brilliant. Thelma is very reserved and shy,interacting with other young people away from home is exciting, but you can see her parents are concerned,their constant calls and emails show little confidence in their daughter. But as the movie gets going,we see that not everything is normal with Thelma,she has attacks that look like epilepsy,but she is affecting events surrounding her,birds and animals act strangely,things start moving about. Things really start to act up when Thelma feels attracted to another girl,and it’s clear her awakening sexuality is awakening something else too. This is a quiet,understated movie,a stunning lead performance,and beautiful soundtrack add up to a great little film, there are a few shocking moments, some beautiful sexual ideas, which get wilder as the movie moves along. We don’t get to see Norwegian life on screen too much,so it’s refreshing,which contrasts with Thelma’s overtly religious parents,who are constantly reigning in their daughter,they see events in very different terms,something dark happened in Thelma’s past and we get to find out what’s up along with her, and now Thelma is starting to get upset........😳 What a nifty little movie!!👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻as it moves along it gets creepier and darker😳😳😳Few special Fx, but it has a bit of a grown up X-Men kinda vibe, if tales of wakening sexuality mixed with horror are of interest,then you gotta see this one,I SUPER loved it! THIS MOVIE ROCKS! I really rate this flick very highly, you need to see it, you will be happy you did! On Hulu and Amazon #yousuckatwatchingmovies  #thelma  #moviereview 
I’m late to the game with ‘Your Name’ 2016, why I missed out on its release I have no clue,because this anime is one of the most striking pieces of animation I’ve ever seen,rivaling Studio Ghibli in its brilliance. Basically,it’s a gender swap movie,a Sci fi fantasy romance with a desperate,possibly tragic core,but boy,is this movie a stunner!😳😳😳 Combining often photorealistic shots of Tokyo with sun dappled shots of figures running through forests,I was swept away by the absolute beauty of it all❤️❤️❤️ A boy and girl,one from the city,one from the country,occasionally swap bodies, and in doing so help each other in their daily lives,leaving messages on their cell phones,and there are plenty of amusing scenes of a boy finding he has breasts and can’t resist giving them a squeeze,or the girl coping with the thing now between her legs,but these elements are minor compared to the larger story at hand,which turns breathless and dangerous, can these two people change events based around a comet getting closer to earth?  This is best seen with a partner, the love story is a strong one,it’s an emotional film whose tears are well earned,but DAMN is it beautiful!! 😩😩😩❤️❤️❤️🙏🏻🙏🏻 I was utterly blown away with the visuals,it’s no surprise to find this is the most successful anime movie worldwide,and the second biggest in Japan after the remarkable ‘Spirited Away’ it’s certainly on that level of brilliance. It’s very sweet,touching and often cute,but these are all positives,it’s an optimistic, ‘Donnie Darko’, it really deserves your attention,an instant classic of the highest order,I fell in love with it, what a beautiful film👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️ #yousuckatwatchingmovies #yourname #moviereview
I’m late to the game with ‘Your Name’ 2016, why I missed out on its release I have no clue,because this anime is one of the most striking pieces of animation I’ve ever seen,rivaling Studio Ghibli in its brilliance. Basically,it’s a gender swap movie,a Sci fi fantasy romance with a desperate,possibly tragic core,but boy,is this movie a stunner!😳😳😳 Combining often photorealistic shots of Tokyo with sun dappled shots of figures running through forests,I was swept away by the absolute beauty of it all❤️❤️❤️ A boy and girl,one from the city,one from the country,occasionally swap bodies, and in doing so help each other in their daily lives,leaving messages on their cell phones,and there are plenty of amusing scenes of a boy finding he has breasts and can’t resist giving them a squeeze,or the girl coping with the thing now between her legs,but these elements are minor compared to the larger story at hand,which turns breathless and dangerous, can these two people change events based around a comet getting closer to earth? This is best seen with a partner, the love story is a strong one,it’s an emotional film whose tears are well earned,but DAMN is it beautiful!! 😩😩😩❤️❤️❤️🙏🏻🙏🏻 I was utterly blown away with the visuals,it’s no surprise to find this is the most successful anime movie worldwide,and the second biggest in Japan after the remarkable ‘Spirited Away’ it’s certainly on that level of brilliance. It’s very sweet,touching and often cute,but these are all positives,it’s an optimistic, ‘Donnie Darko’, it really deserves your attention,an instant classic of the highest order,I fell in love with it, what a beautiful film👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️ #yousuckatwatchingmovies  #yourname  #moviereview 
Ohh la la!! I first saw ‘Belle Du Jour’ 1967, when I was 15 in 1979, it made quite the impression,one that I’ve never forgotten. When shit erotica like the ‘50 Shades’ crap is making millions, this film and many others lie undiscovered,and that’s a fucking tragedy, because this is a truly great film,with adult themes and ideas that still resonate today. Catherine Deneuve at her most gorgeous plays a bored housewife who decides to become a prostitute during the day when her husband is at work. She loves her husband,but he just doesn’t do it for her,and she has some fantasies that are unfulfilled,some BDSM visions that are pretty edgy, 😳so she sees this as a way of coping. She meets all kinds of strange customers including  little old men,Asian travelers,a gangster type, who might upset her plans, some of their requests show the full range of human strangeness, sometimes funny or even sad. This film is gorgeous,my favorite of Director Luis Buñuel,who often does some surrealistic work,but this tale is told in a relatively strongly narrative way. I’m a fan of the period anyway,but this film really is a beauty,Deneuve is constantly changing outfits,the height of elegant Mod fashion of the time,she is a vision going about her normal and then ‘Afternoon’ life,several characters add tension with the possibility of her husband finding out the truth,but the whole thing is so very French!! I have the Blu-ray , I watch the film all the time,so many inspiring scenes,Catherine is very convincing and simply brilliant,this is a sexy movie,but not a blatant one,little nudity,but it’s sometimes shocking nevertheless,it’s a beauty, in my top 100 flicks. ❤️❤️❤️❤️ it’s on Filmstruck,Amazon. #yousuckatwatchingmovies #moviereview #belledujour
Ohh la la!! I first saw ‘Belle Du Jour’ 1967, when I was 15 in 1979, it made quite the impression,one that I’ve never forgotten. When shit erotica like the ‘50 Shades’ crap is making millions, this film and many others lie undiscovered,and that’s a fucking tragedy, because this is a truly great film,with adult themes and ideas that still resonate today. Catherine Deneuve at her most gorgeous plays a bored housewife who decides to become a prostitute during the day when her husband is at work. She loves her husband,but he just doesn’t do it for her,and she has some fantasies that are unfulfilled,some BDSM visions that are pretty edgy, 😳so she sees this as a way of coping. She meets all kinds of strange customers including little old men,Asian travelers,a gangster type, who might upset her plans, some of their requests show the full range of human strangeness, sometimes funny or even sad. This film is gorgeous,my favorite of Director Luis Buñuel,who often does some surrealistic work,but this tale is told in a relatively strongly narrative way. I’m a fan of the period anyway,but this film really is a beauty,Deneuve is constantly changing outfits,the height of elegant Mod fashion of the time,she is a vision going about her normal and then ‘Afternoon’ life,several characters add tension with the possibility of her husband finding out the truth,but the whole thing is so very French!! I have the Blu-ray , I watch the film all the time,so many inspiring scenes,Catherine is very convincing and simply brilliant,this is a sexy movie,but not a blatant one,little nudity,but it’s sometimes shocking nevertheless,it’s a beauty, in my top 100 flicks. ❤️❤️❤️❤️ it’s on Filmstruck,Amazon. #yousuckatwatchingmovies  #moviereview  #belledujour 
From @colinchristiansmoviepage go check it out!! 😁I first heard about ‘Annihilation’ nearly two years ago, I’m a giant fan of Director Alex Garland, so this flick was at the top of my ‘must see’ list, when it was finally released back in February, I was there preview night, beyond excited. But I was unprepared for what I was about to see, and after seeing it a second time, ( on VOD today!!) my initial feelings were confirmed, this is one of the greatest science fiction movies ever. 😳❤️ Natalie Portman plays Lena, a scientist/ ex soldier who’s husband  seemingly lost or dead, suddenly returns, not knowing where’s he’s been or who he is. He has been in ‘The Shimmer’, something had crash landed next to a lighthouse from space and had created an ever expanding area where laws of science are twisted, those that go in, don’t come out. So Lena goes in with 4 other female scientists to get some answers and they are in for some crazy shit😳 The Shimmer is gorgeous, rainbow hued, the atmosphere and light refracted into endless colors, it’s a trip!  The whole movie is often psychedelic, watching it feels like after a good hit of MDMA. Garland is on fire here, it’s tense, often creepy, sometimes so horrendously terrifying it fucking staggers the mind, your jaw WILL drop🤭🤭🤭 It can be beautiful or deadly, it’s unlike I’ve ever seen on screen, much of it practical, it’s truly spectacular. It has a slight Lovecraft feel, ‘The Color out of Space’ springs to mind. All the ladies are brilliant, everything about this production is top notch, superb in every way. You need to do some thinking and just when you think it could not get any wilder, it fucking does😳😈 holy shit.  It’s the best film of the year, one of the greatest Sci-Fi/ Horror flicks ever, an instant classic👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 I saw it again on Amazon, I know it’s coming to Netflix soon, but this is THE movie to see in 4K! I’m totally blown away, this is my kinda movie. #yousuckatwatchingmovies  #annihilation #moviereview
From @colinchristiansmoviepage go check it out!! 😁I first heard about ‘Annihilation’ nearly two years ago, I’m a giant fan of Director Alex Garland, so this flick was at the top of my ‘must see’ list, when it was finally released back in February, I was there preview night, beyond excited. But I was unprepared for what I was about to see, and after seeing it a second time, ( on VOD today!!) my initial feelings were confirmed, this is one of the greatest science fiction movies ever. 😳❤️ Natalie Portman plays Lena, a scientist/ ex soldier who’s husband seemingly lost or dead, suddenly returns, not knowing where’s he’s been or who he is. He has been in ‘The Shimmer’, something had crash landed next to a lighthouse from space and had created an ever expanding area where laws of science are twisted, those that go in, don’t come out. So Lena goes in with 4 other female scientists to get some answers and they are in for some crazy shit😳 The Shimmer is gorgeous, rainbow hued, the atmosphere and light refracted into endless colors, it’s a trip! The whole movie is often psychedelic, watching it feels like after a good hit of MDMA. Garland is on fire here, it’s tense, often creepy, sometimes so horrendously terrifying it fucking staggers the mind, your jaw WILL drop🤭🤭🤭 It can be beautiful or deadly, it’s unlike I’ve ever seen on screen, much of it practical, it’s truly spectacular. It has a slight Lovecraft feel, ‘The Color out of Space’ springs to mind. All the ladies are brilliant, everything about this production is top notch, superb in every way. You need to do some thinking and just when you think it could not get any wilder, it fucking does😳😈 holy shit. It’s the best film of the year, one of the greatest Sci-Fi/ Horror flicks ever, an instant classic👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 I saw it again on Amazon, I know it’s coming to Netflix soon, but this is THE movie to see in 4K! I’m totally blown away, this is my kinda movie. #yousuckatwatchingmovies  #annihilation  #moviereview 
I first heard about ‘Annihilation’ nearly two years ago, I’m a giant fan of Director Alex Garland, so this flick was at the top of my ‘must see’ list, when it was finally released back in February, I was there preview night, beyond excited. But I was unprepared for what I was about to see, and after seeing it a second time, ( on VOD today!!) my initial feelings were confirmed, this is one of the greatest science fiction movies ever. 😳❤️ Natalie Portman is my favorite actress and she plays Lena, a scientist/ ex soldier who’s husband  seemingly lost or dead, suddenly returns, not knowing where’s he’s been or who he is. He has been in ‘The Shimmer’, something had crash landed next to a lighthouse from space and had created an ever expanding area where laws of science are twisted, those that go in, don’t come out. So Lena goes in with 4 other female scientists to get some answers and they are in for some crazy shit😳 The Shimmer is gorgeous, rainbow hued, the atmosphere and light refracted into endless colors, it’s a trip!  The whole movie is often psychedelic, watching it feels like after a good hit of MDMA. Garland is on fire here, it’s tense, often creepy, sometimes so horrendously terrifying it fucking staggers the mind, your jaw WILL drop🤭🤭🤭 It can be beautiful or deadly, it’s unlike I’ve ever seen on screen, much of it practical, it’s truly spectacular. It has a slight Lovecraft feel, ‘The Color out of Space’ springs to mind. All the ladies are brilliant, everything about this production is top notch, superb in every way. You need to do some thinking and just when you think it could not get any wilder, it fucking does😳😈 holy shit.  It’s the best film of the year, one of the greatest Sci-Fi/ Horror flicks ever, an instant classic👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 I saw it again on Amazon, I know it’s coming to Netflix soon, but this is THE movie to see in 4K! I’m totally blown away, this is my kinda movie. #yousuckatwatchingmovies  #annihilation #moviereview
I first heard about ‘Annihilation’ nearly two years ago, I’m a giant fan of Director Alex Garland, so this flick was at the top of my ‘must see’ list, when it was finally released back in February, I was there preview night, beyond excited. But I was unprepared for what I was about to see, and after seeing it a second time, ( on VOD today!!) my initial feelings were confirmed, this is one of the greatest science fiction movies ever. 😳❤️ Natalie Portman is my favorite actress and she plays Lena, a scientist/ ex soldier who’s husband seemingly lost or dead, suddenly returns, not knowing where’s he’s been or who he is. He has been in ‘The Shimmer’, something had crash landed next to a lighthouse from space and had created an ever expanding area where laws of science are twisted, those that go in, don’t come out. So Lena goes in with 4 other female scientists to get some answers and they are in for some crazy shit😳 The Shimmer is gorgeous, rainbow hued, the atmosphere and light refracted into endless colors, it’s a trip! The whole movie is often psychedelic, watching it feels like after a good hit of MDMA. Garland is on fire here, it’s tense, often creepy, sometimes so horrendously terrifying it fucking staggers the mind, your jaw WILL drop🤭🤭🤭 It can be beautiful or deadly, it’s unlike I’ve ever seen on screen, much of it practical, it’s truly spectacular. It has a slight Lovecraft feel, ‘The Color out of Space’ springs to mind. All the ladies are brilliant, everything about this production is top notch, superb in every way. You need to do some thinking and just when you think it could not get any wilder, it fucking does😳😈 holy shit. It’s the best film of the year, one of the greatest Sci-Fi/ Horror flicks ever, an instant classic👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 I saw it again on Amazon, I know it’s coming to Netflix soon, but this is THE movie to see in 4K! I’m totally blown away, this is my kinda movie. #yousuckatwatchingmovies  #annihilation  #moviereview 
HBO has done another version of Ray Bradbury’s masterpiece of dystopian Sci-Fi, ‘Fahrenheit 451’ starring Michael B Jordan, Michael Shannon and Sofia Boutella, I’m a deep fan of the book, and I was very happy with the updated version. The 3 leads are damn good, Jordan and Shannon playing Firefighters, who, instead of fighting fires, they start them, burning books, computers, files, discs and cds, all the time being watched by ‘The 9’ a type of all intrusive internet, where they get ‘Likes’ and heart emoji’s from the sheep like public. Books make you think they say, which drives you crazy, they give you two opposing answers to the same question, so must be destroyed.  The parallels are not hard to see with non reader Trump and his willfully ignorant followers, so this flick had a scary dose of reality about it.  It looks great, the technology believable, as is the disposition of the drugged up populace, happy to ditch thinking for ‘security’? Surprisingly nuanced and powerful, a damn fine effort. ❤️❤️❤️👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 #yousuckatwatchingmovies #farenheit451
HBO has done another version of Ray Bradbury’s masterpiece of dystopian Sci-Fi, ‘Fahrenheit 451’ starring Michael B Jordan, Michael Shannon and Sofia Boutella, I’m a deep fan of the book, and I was very happy with the updated version. The 3 leads are damn good, Jordan and Shannon playing Firefighters, who, instead of fighting fires, they start them, burning books, computers, files, discs and cds, all the time being watched by ‘The 9’ a type of all intrusive internet, where they get ‘Likes’ and heart emoji’s from the sheep like public. Books make you think they say, which drives you crazy, they give you two opposing answers to the same question, so must be destroyed. The parallels are not hard to see with non reader Trump and his willfully ignorant followers, so this flick had a scary dose of reality about it. It looks great, the technology believable, as is the disposition of the drugged up populace, happy to ditch thinking for ‘security’? Surprisingly nuanced and powerful, a damn fine effort. ❤️❤️❤️👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 #yousuckatwatchingmovies  #farenheit451 
Saw ‘Deadpool 2’, to my surprise it was a different film from the first, some of the early scenes felt familiar, but then it shifts gears and it does its own thing, always good. Reynolds continues to shine in this, the amount of jokes at others expense seem to have increased, with hilarious results and there are lots of new characters, most notably Cable and Domino, Brolin was great fun but Zazie Beetz was amazing as the mutant with luck on her side, “ Not Cinematic” Deadpool says, of course we find out it’s quite the opposite in an amazing action sequence that seemed part Tom and Jerry. There were a number of genuine surprises and a few ‘WTF!!😳😳😳😂!’ scenes that had me in stitches, although it was not as action packed, I thought the movie delivered bigtime!  And stick around for the after credits scene, but there’s nothing at the very end, so no need to wait. 🖤❤️👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 #yousuckatwatchingmovies  #moviereview
Saw ‘Deadpool 2’, to my surprise it was a different film from the first, some of the early scenes felt familiar, but then it shifts gears and it does its own thing, always good. Reynolds continues to shine in this, the amount of jokes at others expense seem to have increased, with hilarious results and there are lots of new characters, most notably Cable and Domino, Brolin was great fun but Zazie Beetz was amazing as the mutant with luck on her side, “ Not Cinematic” Deadpool says, of course we find out it’s quite the opposite in an amazing action sequence that seemed part Tom and Jerry. There were a number of genuine surprises and a few ‘WTF!!😳😳😳😂!’ scenes that had me in stitches, although it was not as action packed, I thought the movie delivered bigtime! And stick around for the after credits scene, but there’s nothing at the very end, so no need to wait. 🖤❤️👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 #yousuckatwatchingmovies  #moviereview 
God damn throughbreds was a great film. Sociopathic as fuck. Stared two of my favorite up and coming actresses & was Anton Yelchin’s last film. Go see it. #yousuckatwatchingmovies ingmovies
God damn throughbreds was a great film. Sociopathic as fuck. Stared two of my favorite up and coming actresses & was Anton Yelchin’s last film. Go see it. #yousuckatwatchingmovies  ingmovies