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Entertainment / Re: The Last Movie You Watched
« Last post by Jon Evil on Yesterday at 01:01:03 PM »
Trouble every day. 2001. France
7/10
This was the third time i put this film on and i finally got thru it.
It's been put the the 'French extreme' group of films, i can kinda see why, but the storyline is vauge and distant.
The violence is mainly linked in with sex and revolves around cannibalism, it's artfully done but does convey an intense vibe.
Other than that it is really hard to understand what the fuck is going on.
The stand out actress is Beatrice Dalle. She says next to nothing, but is the female cannibal who has to be locked up.
Inside, another film she's in where she was the villian was amazing. Really worth it!!!!.
This one, not so much.
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Art, Stories and Poetry / Re: The brutal art of Jon E(vil).
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Entertainment / Re: The Last Movie You Watched
« Last post by Jon Evil on March 23, 2019, 02:11:00 PM »
Seoul Station. 2016.
10/10
A 'prequel' to Train to Busan, but animated.
There is quite a story in this film and it doesn't take long to get used to the animation. As with all South Korean films it really well written and delivers a gut punch of a movie.
If you'v seen Train... this is worth the time to seek out. the horror and 'gore' factor of the zombies are dialed back a bit but it delivered for a me, a tense, exciting drama, funny in small parts but yet another example of why S.K. make the best horror.

Dans ma peau. (In my skin) France. 2004.
10/10
The film follows a woman who works in a high level corprate postion that, basicly, becomes a self harmer.
She feels no pain and through out the film cut and mutilates herself in more extreme ways. It had an arty kinda look and tone to it which appealed to me, some of the later scenes were nice and tense but didn't show much of the cutting, that was seen in the start and middle.
RAW, another french film relased in 2016 seems to have borrowed elements from this film. But in that was a 'coming of age' film.

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Gore Images / Re: The Ultimate Dead Bitches Thread
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Gore Images / Re: The Ultimate Dead Bitches Thread
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Gore Videos / New Zealand mosque shooting.
« Last post by Jon Evil on March 15, 2019, 12:13:01 PM »
I live in the city where it happened.
 :popcorn: Full 17 minute video.The YNC
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Entertainment / Re: The Last Movie You Watched
« Last post by Jon Evil on March 10, 2019, 01:19:44 PM »
Welcome to the sticks. 2008. France.
7/10
A lighthearted comedy about a post office manager who wants a transfer south but gets sent north instead. The plot is funny and for the most part revolves around the different way they 'northerners' talk. Being it's subtitled it was hard to read at first, the jokes really do rely on understanding french. As the film progressed it became less about the speech and more the situation with his wife back down south.
Enjoyable and interesting.

The tennants downstairs. Taiwan. 2016.
8/10
A landlord in a set of apartments fucks everyones lives up.
The story is engaging till the end when it gets quite a twisted ending that was still kinda screwy even thou it did set it out nicely.
Overall, the film was pretty creepy and really had me wondering, 'why the fuck is this bloke doing this?' which really acted as the main reason i kept watching. One i would consider watching again.
Nude nuns with big guns. 2010
2/10
Someone gave me  copy of this film years ago, i watched it then and laughed, B-grade nonsense.
I wasn't really in the mood for anything heay duty, so i put it on again. I lasted 20mins before i picked up a drawing i wanted to finish.
The film is cheap, stupid and full of nudity and 'violence'.
Junk film brain rot. I wont be watching it ever again.
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Gore Images / Re: The Ultimate Dead Bitches Thread
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Entertainment / Re: The Last Movie You Watched
« Last post by Jon Evil on March 03, 2019, 12:29:20 PM »
The devils eye.
Dir. Ingmar Bergman. 1960
10/10
It wasn't really a 'repeat viewing' kinda film that earned it a full rating, it was the fact that the film was interesting at all times, slow but thoughtful, not too layered and the actors were really good. The trailer describes the film nicely. The 'priest' was also in The seventh seal.
A solid and enjoyable film.
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Entertainment / Re: The Last Movie You Watched
« Last post by Jon Evil on March 02, 2019, 11:06:38 PM »
El Crimen Perfecto (A perfect crime.) Spain
9/10
Black comedy about a self absorbed department manager aiming for a top level position.
The only problem i had with the film was getting the subtitles to stay accurately with the dialouge, i keep having to adjust them.
Overall the film was really funny and didn't let up. Iv seen The day of the beast from the same film makers and it to was black comedy but longer and not quite as good.


Piercing. 2018
6/10
A bloke decides to kill a hooker. Things go wrong.
That is pretty much the whole plot of the film, but the script is based on a novel by the Japanese writer who also wrote Audition.
It's interesting and still retains a 'asian horror' feel to it, but even with a run time of 80 mins i still found it kinda boring in parts.
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