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    What the world needs now, is...


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    No idea why Evel didn't approve of this depiction of himself.
    George Hamiltons delivery is on point.
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    An oldie but a goodie.
    What We Do In The Shadows is a 2014 New Zealand Mockumentary horror comedy film about a group of vampires who live together in Wellington.
    From the creators of BOY and FLIGHT OF THE CONCHORDS comes this hilarious vampire comedy! Flatmates Viago (Taika Waititi), Deacon (Jonny Brugh), and Vladislav (Jemaine Clement) are three vampires who are just trying to get by in modern society; from paying rent and sticking to the housework roster, to trying to get invited into nightclub. They're just like anyone else - except they're immortal and must feast on human blood. When their 8000 year-old flatmate Petyr turns 20-something human hipster Nick into a vampire the guys must teach him the ropes and guide him through his new found eternal life. And in return they are forced to learn a thing or two about modern society, fashions, technology, and the internet. But it's the introduction of Nick's human friend, Stu, that really changes the vampire's lives and attitudes towards the ever-changing world around them.

    https://www.imdb.com/title/tt3416742...r/vi2303242009

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    "We're Werewolves, not swear wolves."
    Also love Hunt For The Wilderpeople.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Bean View Post
    An oldie but a goodie.
    What We Do In The Shadows is a 2014 New Zealand Mockumentary horror comedy film about a group of vampires who live together in Wellington.
    From the creators of BOY and FLIGHT OF THE CONCHORDS comes this hilarious vampire comedy! Flatmates Viago (Taika Waititi), Deacon (Jonny Brugh), and Vladislav (Jemaine Clement) are three vampires who are just trying to get by in modern society; from paying rent and sticking to the housework roster, to trying to get invited into nightclub. They're just like anyone else - except they're immortal and must feast on human blood. When their 8000 year-old flatmate Petyr turns 20-something human hipster Nick into a vampire the guys must teach him the ropes and guide him through his new found eternal life. And in return they are forced to learn a thing or two about modern society, fashions, technology, and the internet. But it's the introduction of Nick's human friend, Stu, that really changes the vampire's lives and attitudes towards the ever-changing world around them.
    If we are doing NZ classics, how about one of Peter Jackson’s earliest, and possibly best films... Bad Taste

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    Add Braindead to that, got both. Fucking fantastic films.

    Oh and the seagull picking at his brain. LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by mekon View Post
    Add Braindead to that, got both. Fucking fantastic films.

    Oh and the seagull picking at his brain. LOL
    +1 for Braindead,which apparently had to be called ‘Dead-Alive’ for the American audience. Love the custard scene.

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    This is quite wonderful...


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    So we completed the Unbreakable - Split - Glass trilogy last night and nope it was all downhill after the first one. Could see what they were trying to do with Glass but it misses the mark by a long way. I was starting to drift off during the final fight scene if that is any indication. McEvoy shows some remarkable acting skills but Willis and Jackson are on cruise control. And Sarah Paulson is pretty much the same character from a lot of her American Horror story days.
    Overall rating - Glass half full, 5/10.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Geeman View Post
    So we completed the Unbreakable - Split - Glass trilogy last night and nope it was all downhill after the first one. Could see what they were trying to do with Glass but it misses the mark by a long way. I was starting to drift off during the final fight scene if that is any indication. McEvoy shows some remarkable acting skills but Willis and Jackson are on cruise control. And Sarah Paulson is pretty much the same character from a lot of her American Horror story days.
    Overall rating - Glass half full, 5/10.
    I tell people the story concept was good, acting was impressive but go have a feed for about 50 minutes in the middle...soooo booooring and not often I want a particular character to die because I am sick of watching and listening to them.

    On a score of 0-10;

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    Quote Originally Posted by chew View Post
    acting was impressive
    I hope your not referring to Shamalams cameo
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    Quote Originally Posted by Geeman View Post
    So we completed the Unbreakable - Split - Glass trilogy last night and nope it was all downhill after the first one. Could see what they were trying to do with Glass but it misses the mark by a long way. I was starting to drift off during the final fight scene if that is any indication. McEvoy shows some remarkable acting skills but Willis and Jackson are on cruise control. And Sarah Paulson is pretty much the same character from a lot of her American Horror story days.
    Overall rating - Glass half full, 5/10.
    Watched Unbreakable & Split yesterday and thought they were reasonable, had seen Unbreakable a few years ago but didn't realise it was a part of a trilogy
    Unbreakable was OK, Split I thought was quite good and got you thinking a bit, will be interested to see the last one
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    Green Book - cool movie

    Viggo again!
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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1usLNjw47XY

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    it might not come as a surprise but one of my favorite movies is "inside job" it reminds me alot of what is currently going on in Australia, big banks & investment firms have paid off & infiltrated so deep there is nothing we can do to stop them


    and most of the zeitgeist movies, but they can be a bit hard to follow for those with a closed mind. i remember the first time i saw one like 10 years ago blew my mind and i have been researching & questioning everything ever since


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    I watched it for Mads, but found it a mean-spirited cash-in on John Wick and was tonally all over the place.

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    Revenge action films have been around since the Hong Kong action movies.
    John Wick definitely raised the bar.


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    The bar was raised on revenge action films with Zarchi's 1978 classic, "I spit on your grave". The 2010 remake not a patch on the original.

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    ^Yeah, nah. Not really an action film.

    Set a new level for rape & revenge exploitation horror film though.

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