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/vhs/ Movie Night V Anonymous 09/23/2020 (Wed) 06:41:50 Id:685acc No. 21 [Reply] [Last]
Bride of Re-Animator - Hausu Friday October 23rd 5pm PST - 8pm EST. At https://cytu.be/r/OverlookTheater To be able to watch the movie in the channel remember to install Tampermonkey or Greasemonkey depending on your browser: https://cytu.be/google_drive_userscript
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>>121 Praise be unto our lord and saviour, Kung Fu. RIP Best Girl

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Movie Puppets Anonymous 10/20/2020 (Tue) 00:44:47 Id:97aa41 No. 115 [Reply]
What is some of your favorite puppetry in movies? Any that stuck with you as a kid? My personal favorites are ED-209 and The Thing.

Animated Films Anonymous 09/22/2020 (Tue) 03:35:58 Id:0c1fa3 No. 4 [Reply]
What are your favorite animated films? Any you grew up watching?
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>>35 Then Gunbuster
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I still watch it every once in a while. Along with The Transformers The movie both are my favorite animated films.
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大怪獣- Kaiju Thread Anonymous 09/27/2020 (Sun) 05:46:18 Id:9fb451 No. 52 [Reply]
大怪獣 Hail to the king baby! Giant monster talk goes here. It doesn't just have to be Japanese movies either so the rare Western kaiju and other Asian kaiju are welcome too. And for the heck of it we'll also include movies that are peripheral to the kaiju genera like Green Slime and Matango.
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>>104 It's just a tagline. A stupid one but eye catching enough.
>>105 He should have gone officially with " When a-shark die nobody a-cry; But when Kong die everybody a-gonna cry!"
>>106 But that's a spoiler!

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What are you watching? Anonymous 10/07/2020 (Wed) 05:44:12 Id:09411b No. 89 [Reply]
And what are you planning on watching? Any cool TV shows, Documentaries or Movies? I've been watching my VHS collection of Rocky and Bullwinkle.
Watched The Hudsucker Proxy today. Also been rewatching Breaking Bad with commentary. It's insightful, although a bit repetitive, and a lot of great episodes don't have commentary in the first two seasons for some reason. Really enjoyed Hudsucker, though. Nobody ever talks about it.
Been marathoning all of Star Trek for the past several months. I'm midway through Next Generation Season 2, at the point where Star Trek V came out, so that's next on my list. Everyone says that's the worst one, but I generally like TOS way more than TNG anyway, so I'm still hopeful. Also, a lot of those same people say Wrath of Khan, or even Search for Spock, is better than The Motion Picture, so I don't trust them. A lot of these people are probably casuals who think TAS isn't canon, or that like Kirk less than that soyboy Picard.
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>>89 I watched this movie the other day. It's a dark comedy but better as a crime drama. Small town plagued by serial killings that seem to be done by a werewolf. It's not the greatest thing ever but if you're into film that goes against the norm then you can find some enjoyment I'm sure.

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Studio Ghibli Anonymous 09/22/2020 (Tue) 05:23:54 Id:e2f860 No. 9 [Reply]
Discuss your favorite Studio Ghibli films. Mine is Grave of the Fireflies.
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>>9 I grew up watching burnt dvds of Spirited Away & Howl's Moving Castle from my grandma. Even Kiki's Delivery Service but I don't remember that one at all. I can't say either of the two movies really stuck with me though. Pom Poko, which I saw young but much later, did but only because it's so damn bizarre. I don't really think Ghibli films are anything beyond their visuals. Maybe I'm just bitter because I know now Miyazaki is a fucking prick. He walked out on his son's first film project because "he put too much of himself in it". The hypocrite bastard does that in a lot of his films. I really understand why japanese dads are often villains.
>>13 >big fan of Porco Rosso Glad someone else loves this film. It's one of the most underrated Ghibli films
>>9 >Grave of the Fireflies I watched a BDrip I downloaded of that movie, it was moving. I still have the letterboxed VHS of the movie that I thrifted from a long-gone shop in Fairfield sometime back.

Movies Soundtrack Anonymous 10/06/2020 (Tue) 19:36:56 Id:0b1519 No. 86 [Reply]
Post your favorite movies soundtracks. Any you remember fondly? Phantom of the Paradise has a very good soundtrack.
>>86 Admittedly Buster Scruggs soundtrack is relatively slim for the vocal category & can't say I remember any particular instrumental numbers. Meanwhile for Godzilla... this updated theme is perfect. It's power is as grand as Godzilla himself.

Horror and Suspense Anonymous 09/22/2020 (Tue) 04:51:29 Id:07f14a No. 5 [Reply]
Post and talk about your favorites here. Try to keep it about pre 2000 movies because horror movies from the 21st Century are almost universally awful. Hell even mid 90's were pushing it.
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>>45 Buddy Curse of the Demon was exactly what I was looking for. Great stuff. I honestly lost my mind and started laughing at the idea of a respected scholar suggesting to put a mentally disturbed farmer on meth before making him relive traumatic events--man that scene was the bomb. Honest to God that film was what horror films should be shooting for nowadays. Lots of nice little details in the decor and in elements of the backdrop, the least subtle one being the license plate on the niece's car. Can't wait to try out the other ones.
I can't believe I completely forgot to talk about this. The Devil & The Blacksmith. It's a spanish movie based on the folktale of the same name. Gist is a blacksmith made a deal with a demon to survive a war in the past. Now he holds the demon hostage in a gated off workshop he calls home. A little orphan girl who's mother committed suicide ends up going into his workshop after some bullies tear apart her doll & throw part of it over the gate. I don't wanna spoil much else but it's a really good movie. The makeup on the demons is fantastic & despite being a horror movie, it's not a nihilistic one. If you wanna watch it with others, it's on Netflix right now.
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Do you read Sutter Cane?

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Halloween Movies Anonymous 09/27/2020 (Sun) 13:25:52 Id:e17040 No. 57 [Reply]
Thread for discussing (and recommending) movies that fit the Halloween spirit. Not necessarily horror films (many of them aren't scary at all), but which embody the spirit of the holiday. Hallmarks of October movie marathons. Seeing these on the shelf at Blockbuster was as much a sign of Halloween as Santa in the department store window was a sign of Christmas. Tim Burton's early films and aesthetic are intrinsically tied to this subgenre, but the selection is much larger than that. Share your favorites.
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>>70 The positive thing about the "remake" is that it's a lot more based in somewhat actual science rather than purely supernatural resurrected corpses like the original movie. https://yewtu.be/watch?v=V1emmJySM2U
>>71 >a lot more based in somewhat actual science rather than purely supernatural resurrected corpses I'm not sure that's actually a good thing when it comes to zombie movies. Mostly because it ends up causing more questions than it answers.
>>72 Zombie movies always do.

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B Movies Anonymous 09/26/2020 (Sat) 23:31:19 Id:c5a696 No. 49 [Reply]
What are your favorite B movies? What are some of the worst you have seen? My favorites are Killer Klowns and The Instructor (1981).
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Project Metalbeast. Its part Virus, part Terminator, part Dog Soldiers and it is awesome. Just imagine if the T-101 Terminator was also a werewolf and you have the gist of it.
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>>51 Cool idea. Terrible looking werewolf. He looks more like a monstrous porcupine.

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Slasher Movies Anonymous 09/26/2020 (Sat) 23:37:07 Id:82e7d6 No. 50 [Reply]
>Favorite Slasher movie >Favorite Friday the 13th film >Favorite Nightmare in Elm Street film What have you been watching?

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Mad Max Anonymous 09/22/2020 (Tue) 03:26:41 Id:2c35ad No. 3 [Reply]
You anons like the Mad Max movies? What are some of your favorite moments and what's your favorite movie? Do you think Mad Max: The Wasteland will be any good if it ever happens?
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>>3 I like the 2nd movie the most. Though I only saw the first two. The behind the scenes stories of stuntmen nearly getting killed and others getting paid in alcohol or something like that are pretty interesting too. Anyone play the Mad Max game that came out on PC? Curious if the plot was anything interesting.

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