ok lets all shit our pants to something new: post 2005 horror film thread

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i just watched drag me to hell last night, and as a old school Raimi fanboy it was a ton of fun (srsly sam it is amazing how much mileage you can get out of the power of people/corpses/demonwhatevers vomiting on other people). Curious to find out how it worked for people that weren't kind of the target audience, esp the classic moments of Raimi complete set up nonsense (the best of which had to be the "well duh why not use these ice skates i was about to pawn on my suspended anvil" idiot lunacy).

Don Quishote (jjjusten), Thursday, 22 October 2009 18:00 (4 years ago) Permalink

anybody see any of the big remakes (last house on the left, whichever one rob zombie did this year, etc)?

Don Quishote (jjjusten), Thursday, 22 October 2009 18:05 (4 years ago) Permalink

drag me to hell was so great -- just rewatched but seeing it in the theatre was amazing what with everyone laughing & screaming simultaneously

elmo leonard (elmo argonaut), Thursday, 22 October 2009 18:08 (4 years ago) Permalink

i think the only nasty cut-em-up flicks i like anymore come from france or asia, though the first 'hostel' and the first 'saw' were good. i have a ton of friends who are in the horror film community and they're all pretty cynical about it these days, everyone wants to turn shit pg-13.

access flap (omar little), Thursday, 22 October 2009 18:09 (4 years ago) Permalink

no desire to see the halloween remake, but the trailer was fucking terrifying (i've long held that horror movie trailers are usually way scarier than the actual movie, you just get a succession of jumps and creepy images without any context or warning).

Ømår Littel (Jordan), Thursday, 22 October 2009 18:10 (4 years ago) Permalink

loved drag me... anyone seen paranormal activity yet?

or left bank?

banned, on the run (s1ocki), Thursday, 22 October 2009 18:12 (4 years ago) Permalink

the french stuff is just brutal, but its been some of my favorite stuff as well, im sure a bunch of the usual whiners are going to lump it into the totally dumb invented "torture porn" genre but it just has such a deep sense of misanthropic malice and self-loathing xpost

Don Quishote (jjjusten), Thursday, 22 October 2009 18:12 (4 years ago) Permalink

i have a ton of friends who are in the horror film community and they're all pretty cynical about it these days, everyone wants to turn shit pg-13.

― access flap (omar little), Thursday, October 22, 2009 2:09 PM (2 minutes ago) Bookmark Suggest Ban Permalink

^^^ omar's friends

banned, on the run (s1ocki), Thursday, 22 October 2009 18:13 (4 years ago) Permalink

considering using my mod cheat powers to edit the title to include 2008 because so much great unheralded stuff came out last year

Don Quishote (jjjusten), Thursday, 22 October 2009 18:13 (4 years ago) Permalink

'inside' was just as rough thematically as it was in terms of gore imo, i.e. it's one of my favorite films of the past few years.

access flap (omar little), Thursday, 22 October 2009 18:14 (4 years ago) Permalink

id make it the whole decade but i think that the hostel/saw/ring/rob zombie non remake stuff would just take over and we've talked about that a billion times already (i love all three of the originals, and will go to bat for hostel 2 as well)

Don Quishote (jjjusten), Thursday, 22 October 2009 18:15 (4 years ago) Permalink

me too hostel 2 is so underrated

banned, on the run (s1ocki), Thursday, 22 October 2009 18:16 (4 years ago) Permalink

really felt roth didn't want to cheap out with an easy sequel on that one

banned, on the run (s1ocki), Thursday, 22 October 2009 18:17 (4 years ago) Permalink

the saw series has turned into a joke imo

access flap (omar little), Thursday, 22 October 2009 18:17 (4 years ago) Permalink

oh yeah saw 3 was particularly awful

Don Quishote (jjjusten), Thursday, 22 October 2009 18:19 (4 years ago) Permalink

never seen a saw movie (i am okay w this)

Ømår Littel (Jordan), Thursday, 22 October 2009 18:19 (4 years ago) Permalink

I didn't really feel Hostel when I watched it - though that might've been because I'd watched Wolf Creek the night before which ten times more brutal and believable. Still haven't seen any of the Saws.

His skin is eroding. His suckers have divots. (chap), Thursday, 22 October 2009 18:19 (4 years ago) Permalink

martyrs was the best horror movie I've seen in years. it's french torture porn, and then again, it's not... which is what makes it so great. it totally transcends the genre and I can guarantee you won't guess where it's going.

eden park was pretty good. not the greatest film ever made but a nice patch on the "hunted by locals in the woods" genre.

鬼の手 (Edward III), Thursday, 22 October 2009 18:21 (4 years ago) Permalink

Eden Lake you mean? I liked that a lot, some bits haunted me for a few days. Such a dark ending!

His skin is eroding. His suckers have divots. (chap), Thursday, 22 October 2009 18:22 (4 years ago) Permalink

duh, yeah eden lake

there are a lot of recent horror films I wanted to see that I haven't gotten around to. off the top of my head: teeth, the uninvited, embodiment of evil, dead snow... and I guess the haunting in ct now...

鬼の手 (Edward III), Thursday, 22 October 2009 18:25 (4 years ago) Permalink

anybody repping for inside in this thread needs to see martyrs stat

鬼の手 (Edward III), Thursday, 22 October 2009 18:27 (4 years ago) Permalink

paranormal is not that great. download it and see it at home. more of a living room thing than a theatre experience.

let them eat cankles (jeff), Thursday, 22 October 2009 18:33 (4 years ago) Permalink

I wanna see nightmare, too. it's an older film that just got released on DVD, kind of low budget but looks promising.

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0455983/

鬼の手 (Edward III), Thursday, 22 October 2009 18:34 (4 years ago) Permalink

oh hey btw for the french horror heads, if you haven't seen frontier(s), thats pretty essential

Eden Lake is british, right? some great horror coming out of britain in the past few years, esp if you like a bit of comedy mixed with your gore (top recs would be Severance and Shrooms)

Don Quishote (jjjusten), Thursday, 22 October 2009 18:35 (4 years ago) Permalink

paranormal is not that great. download it and see it at home. more of a living room thing than a theatre experience.

― let them eat cankles (jeff), Thursday, October 22, 2009 2:33 PM (1 minute ago) Bookmark Suggest Ban Permalink

really? how so? i would think it would be a quintessential movie theater movie!!

banned, on the run (s1ocki), Thursday, 22 October 2009 18:35 (4 years ago) Permalink

I liked Drag me to Hell. Also liked Jennifer's Body actually. I think a lot of good recent US horror has been genre pastiche/comedy (I'd include Hostel ii).
The French/Asian stuff is nice because it still does well playing the eeriness/bone-gristle straight. I've only seen the first 2 Saws but had to stop because why bother when there's stuff like Martyrs out there.

xcixxorx, Thursday, 22 October 2009 18:35 (4 years ago) Permalink

dead snow is pretty half-assed tbh

banned, on the run (s1ocki), Thursday, 22 October 2009 18:35 (4 years ago) Permalink

theres a foreign language film that is a great companion piece to Eden Lake that i can't remember the name of right now and it is killing me.

Don Quishote (jjjusten), Thursday, 22 October 2009 18:36 (4 years ago) Permalink

Eden Lake is british, right? some great horror coming out of britain in the past few years, esp if you like a bit of comedy mixed with your gore

Yep, it's British. Not many laughs though.

His skin is eroding. His suckers have divots. (chap), Thursday, 22 October 2009 18:37 (4 years ago) Permalink

Just grabbed some new 80s movies to watch. Can anyone vouch for these?

Combat Shock
Demented
Don't Go In The House
Night of the Demon

let them eat cankles (jeff), Thursday, 22 October 2009 18:37 (4 years ago) Permalink

oh yeah wait, Ils (or Them) is the Eden Lake parallel. creeeeepy

Don Quishote (jjjusten), Thursday, 22 October 2009 18:38 (4 years ago) Permalink

haha yeah Eden Lake is def not chock full o' laughs

Don Quishote (jjjusten), Thursday, 22 October 2009 18:39 (4 years ago) Permalink

really? how so? i would think it would be a quintessential movie theater movie!!

Because...

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...it is pretty much just a Blair Witch clone and more fun than scary. For me, the experience was ruining by a theatre of 500 groaning teens.
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let them eat cankles (jeff), Thursday, 22 October 2009 18:39 (4 years ago) Permalink

*ruined

let them eat cankles (jeff), Thursday, 22 October 2009 18:39 (4 years ago) Permalink

combat shock is fucked up. also pretty interesting and pretty good.

access flap (omar little), Thursday, 22 October 2009 18:42 (4 years ago) Permalink

thread title edit for the purposes of why not

Don Quishote (jjjusten), Thursday, 22 October 2009 18:43 (4 years ago) Permalink

In light of the new title I will mention Wolf Creek again.

His skin is eroding. His suckers have divots. (chap), Thursday, 22 October 2009 18:45 (4 years ago) Permalink

dead snow is pretty half-assed tbh

yeah it looks totally cheeseball but I'm a huge shock waves fan so...

鬼の手 (Edward III), Thursday, 22 October 2009 18:46 (4 years ago) Permalink

speaking of which, the aussies have def had a horror boom this decade as well xpost

Don Quishote (jjjusten), Thursday, 22 October 2009 18:47 (4 years ago) Permalink

for aussie film fans i def recommend this hilarious doc:

banned, on the run (s1ocki), Thursday, 22 October 2009 18:48 (4 years ago) Permalink

"The Descent" is still the scariest film of that time span. "Drag Me to Hell" was tons of fun, though essentially just a remake of "Night of the Demon." "Zombieland" was entertaining, but totally sloppy and lazy.

Aussie-wise, "Rogue" is an undervalued and very well made gem in the giant croc genre.

Just came across some Korean POV torture porn flick called "The Butcher," which from the look of it may be the most unpleasant movie ever made.

Josh in Chicago, Thursday, 22 October 2009 18:49 (4 years ago) Permalink

WC is the only Aussie horror I've seen that I can recall. Recommendations?

xxpost

His skin is eroding. His suckers have divots. (chap), Thursday, 22 October 2009 18:49 (4 years ago) Permalink

xp to jeff
I saw 'Don't Go In The House' last October. It has a nice gritty grindhouse vibe along w/ a Norman Bates type guy who uses a flamethrower instead of a knife.

xcixxorx, Thursday, 22 October 2009 18:49 (4 years ago) Permalink

Any good Japanese stuff from this period?

His skin is eroding. His suckers have divots. (chap), Thursday, 22 October 2009 18:50 (4 years ago) Permalink

It's another Korean flick, but if you count "The Host" as horror, "The Host" is a blast. The director's "Memories of Murder," while slightly pre-2005, is worth seeing, too, though not really a horror film. More a serial killer procedural along the same lines as "Zodiac."

Josh in Chicago, Thursday, 22 October 2009 18:53 (4 years ago) Permalink

Just grabbed some new 80s movies to watch. Can anyone vouch for these?

Combat Shock
Demented
Don't Go In The House
Night of the Demon

if you are in the mood to see one of the worst films ever made, you can't go wrong with the 1980 night of the demon

http://www.youtube.com/v/CryBPpYTWfk

鬼の手 (Edward III), Thursday, 22 October 2009 18:53 (4 years ago) Permalink

so weird i was just going to mention memories of murder with that same caveat

access flap (omar little), Thursday, 22 October 2009 18:54 (4 years ago) Permalink

memories of murder is almost on par with zodiac i think

access flap (omar little), Thursday, 22 October 2009 18:54 (4 years ago) Permalink

At some point J-horror switched from ghost girls to low budget OTT 80's style gore. I'm not really keen on it.
One I liked was 'Exte' by the guy who did Suicide Circle about cursed hair extensions. Tonally a lot like Uzumaki & pretty fun.

xcixxorx, Thursday, 22 October 2009 18:55 (4 years ago) Permalink

the horror film 'the booth' is a very good japanese flick about a haunted DJ booth. not gory but i thought it was pretty spooky especially considering the setting.

access flap (omar little), Thursday, 22 October 2009 18:59 (4 years ago) Permalink

imo it's the same with metal/heavy music
it'd be nice to have a better distinction but w/e

cross over the mushroom circle (La Lechera), Tuesday, 19 August 2014 18:33 (1 month ago) Permalink

in both cases they keep trying to make "extreme" happen but then i just feel like an extra in a surge commercial which no thanks

Everyone is awful except you. Wait, no, you are also awful. (jjjusten), Tuesday, 19 August 2014 18:52 (1 month ago) Permalink

Noe never bettered I Stand Alone imo.

Simon H., Tuesday, 19 August 2014 18:58 (1 month ago) Permalink

I mean I'm up for pretty much any genre but there are only a handful of realistic horror films I really like. It can be a tad frustrating reading horror anthologies looking for supernatural weirdness but mostly getting murder/serial killer stories.

I wouldn't have thought heavy music and metal getting lumped together presented much of a problem. People map the genres so precisely that there is less chance of walking into the wrong room.

But there's always going to be stuff that is difficult to describe. I'm not sure I could call Martyrs a realistic horror film, and doing so might be a spoiler because in places it plays with your ideas of what is happening.

Robert Adam Gilmour, Tuesday, 19 August 2014 21:34 (1 month ago) Permalink

Sometimes I wish the horror genre had a different name and it would be easier to avoid stuff I didn't like so much. "Weird" is gaining some ground, "Dark Fantasy" is quite problematic and already has associations with other genres.

horror is an awfully big umbrella, especially nowadays. i prefer the weird and surreal to brutal extremities, and "dark fantasy" is fine by me, so long as it's closer to the company of wolves than twilight. because i'm particular, i find i have to do quite a bit of reading and listening to get a sense of what might be worth pursuing. which isn't to say i avoid stuff like the human centipede and martyrs, but at least i know in advance what i'm getting into.

Adding ease. Adding wonder. Adding (contenderizer), Wednesday, 20 August 2014 00:42 (1 month ago) Permalink

I used to never watch trailers because some great films have bad trailers (most modern big budget films have shit trailers) but now I'm trying to cut back I'd prefer to use the help of trailers regularly. I should probably do the same with track clips for albums.

Robert Adam Gilmour, Wednesday, 20 August 2014 13:12 (1 month ago) Permalink

BEYOND THE BLACK RAINBOW

If edited down this could have been really amazing. About an halfway through I thought I wasn't going to see anything to make this truly worthwhile, then wham, those melting hot images were stunning. The second half is a big improvement, with more lovely stuff going on.
I was totally not expecting the two really creepy bits and it was all the more unsettling for that. The second creepy bit was especially striking.

I was bored for most of the film (the early scenes in particular are way too drawn out) but those good moments were worth more than a lot of whole films I've seen recently.

Panos Cosmatos has got to be one of the most promising new directors out there. Keeping my fingers crossed he'll make tighter mood pieces in the future. As with a lot of the current directors I like, I hope he can let go of the retro stuff.

Robert Adam Gilmour, Sunday, 24 August 2014 02:36 (4 weeks ago) Permalink

goddam, just lost a response :(

like you, i realized about half an hour, 40 min in that it wasn't going anywhere, didn't have anything on offer but surfaces. thing is, i dug the vibe & design so much that i happily accepted it on those terms. such a gorgeous, immersive nothing of a film. has to have been deliberately styled as "altered zones: the movie", though, right? triangles, videotape, drones, telepathy, ossified futurism. freaking rainforest wall decal. which sounds horribly contrived, but ambition and attention to detail carried it through. and yeah, the creepy bits! gave the 2nd half a nice jolt of wtf energy.

if you mean to include cattet & forzani among the promising contemporary directors who need to "let go of the retro stuff", i half agree. they & cosmatos at least manage to present a distinctive, contemporary POV through the retro shag. tendency to emphasize style above all else might be the bigger limitation.

Adding ease. Adding wonder. Adding (contenderizer), Sunday, 24 August 2014 06:44 (4 weeks ago) Permalink

Although I can fully appreciate retro works, I always feel as if carefully recreating an older style is not the best way to go. I think people should always try to extract the essential essences from the old things without trying to keep the era they were from.

So I have been very surprised that most of my favourite films of recent years have been retro works to some extent.
Berberian Sound Studio and A Field In England were relatively light retro, they weren't just set in an earlier period, they borrowed some recognisable style elements from earlier films. But AFIE probably owes much less to past films than anyone of the crop.
Amer and Strange Color Of Your Body's Tears carefully recreate a lot more. Refn using retro elements too.

I've heard that SCOYBT was advertised as "all style, no substance" but I'm taking that as a joke.
I have a major axe to grind about the popular definitions of "content" and "substance". Most people equate plot/character with the only meaningful substance to the extent that something like Iron Man or Stakeland gets regarded as deeper than Beyond The Black Rainbow. Which of course is horseshit.

Visuals and sounds can have as deep a substance as anything can.

As dull as the film was at points, it has a richness, immersiveness and beauty that few films ever approach. Surface is not necessarily superficial.

I saw Kate Bush's video for "The Sensual World" recently for the first time and it really blown me away. That's what visuals and sounds can do. Yes it has lyrics but you don't have to understand English to love this video.
Made me think I should be watching way more music videos. But it's hard finding good ones.

Robert Adam Gilmour, Sunday, 24 August 2014 13:20 (4 weeks ago) Permalink

I would have liked SCOYBT better if it was as long as "The Sensual World."

Josh in Chicago, Sunday, 24 August 2014 13:58 (4 weeks ago) Permalink

That's fair enough. I think it's too long as well. But it's still one of my favourites. I think Amer suffers more from being too long. The first segment is near perfect but the last two don't have as much to dwell on.

I really wish short films had a better platform to be seen from. Obviously there is YouTube and Vimeo and you can score a huge hit but rarely as big as a feature length film. Most of the really famous short films I can think of are animated.

Robert Adam Gilmour, Sunday, 24 August 2014 14:22 (4 weeks ago) Permalink

I finally saw Wolf Creek last night

idk I kind of feel like I separated into 2 people watching it.

On the one hand, it definitely did the Texas Chainsaw Massacre thing well - ie it's all hopeless, no there's no explanation, yes this guy's a giant creep and you better fucking run or you're going to die sorry we can't tell you why just run
i liked the setting, I thought John Jarrat was great. He reminded me of my dad in a weird way which was kind of lol/kind of upsetting

but then there was the other part of me that found it kind of boring and stupid. And I hated that we spend so much time with both girls over and over in endlessly stupid perilous situations (like I'm going to climb into a pit full of dead bodies just because I dropped my gun jfc) and watch them get tortured in a fair amount of detail meanwhile the other dude is tied up ~somewhere~ the whole time with a few cutaway shots and oh nvm he got tortured off camera, he gets himself free, and off he goes. I really hated that. It just felt SO lazy.

SEEMS TO ME (VegemiteGrrl), Sunday, 7 September 2014 02:31 (2 weeks ago) Permalink

I think the campfire scene was good but I don't think there's a much to recommend the film. It is unpleasant but not in a way that really does anything impressive.

Robert Adam Gilmour, Sunday, 7 September 2014 12:17 (2 weeks ago) Permalink

Anyone see "Coherence?" Dunno if horror is the right category for this one, anymore than "Upstream Color."

Josh in Chicago, Sunday, 7 September 2014 12:21 (2 weeks ago) Permalink

Yeah I really liked it, it was very similar to the excellent Spanish sci-fi movie Timecrimes. I am always a sucker for movies that have multi-verse, time travel type ideas and this one didn't disappoint. The low budget movies of this type are often the best ones and the low budget approach actually makes them more like horror movies than say Looper.

xelab, Sunday, 7 September 2014 19:58 (2 weeks ago) Permalink

'so oculus was alright. Kind of muddy but effective and I jumped and gasped at the end. I watched this only because of karen gillan and was pleasantly surprised.

akm, Sunday, 14 September 2014 08:59 (1 week ago) Permalink

I watched a very bizarre and creepy Dutch movie tonight called Borgman about a bearded vagrant type who you first see living in a network of foxholes in a woodland area with other friends, who are getting hunted by a gang of killers lead by a priest. Then after fleeing he creepily imbeds himself into a wealthy household in a very insidious but horrifying fashion and steals the gardeners job and the surreal horror unravels slowly ...

xelab, Sunday, 14 September 2014 20:50 (1 week ago) Permalink

??? That sounds perfect

Rand McNulty (Jon Lewis), Sunday, 14 September 2014 21:21 (1 week ago) Permalink

It is very good, not perfect but definitely above average and worth your time.

xelab, Sunday, 14 September 2014 21:31 (1 week ago) Permalink

Yeah, Borgman seems very much a future cult classic.

a guy named Christian White who represents the typical white Christian (Eric H.), Monday, 15 September 2014 02:54 (1 week ago) Permalink

He made Oculus and has another one coming soon.

― Simon H., Sunday, August 17, 2014 10:31 AM (4 weeks ago) Bookmark Flag Post Permalink

More specifically, apparently he's adapting Gerald's Game.

― Simon H., Sunday, August 17, 2014 10:51 AM (4 weeks ago) Bookmark Flag Post Permalink

ugh. really?

― SEEMS TO ME (VegemiteGrrl), Sunday, August 17, 2014 10:55 AM (4 weeks ago) Bookmark Flag Post

http://deadline.com/2014/09/i-know-what-you-did-last-summer-remake-horror-movie-sony-834570/

how's life, Tuesday, 16 September 2014 10:18 (1 week ago) Permalink

...huh.

Simon H., Tuesday, 16 September 2014 11:10 (1 week ago) Permalink

I'm hoping his talent will outshine the questionable source material in both of these.

how's life, Tuesday, 16 September 2014 11:17 (1 week ago) Permalink

so The Guest is getting good 'quality' reviews.

(ie, it's a sea change from the V/H/S movies the guy did, i guess)

son of a lewd monk (Dr Morbius), Thursday, 18 September 2014 04:54 (5 days ago) Permalink

otoh, Sam Adams' complete L'box review:

I am not trusting any of you fuckers about Adam Wingard movies ever again.

son of a lewd monk (Dr Morbius), Thursday, 18 September 2014 04:57 (5 days ago) Permalink

well all the ones on that list that I have seen are great, guess I should see the rest then

Οὖτις, Thursday, 18 September 2014 17:54 (5 days ago) Permalink

The Descent and House of the Devil are both roughly 3/4 good (which I noted in the Halloween thread was also the case with Lords of Salem). I'm beginning to think I almost prefer horror movies that maintain a more mediocre consistency of tone to those that hit some serious heights for a good while only to stumble in the home stretch. It's as if some modern horror filmmakers grew up reading King and taking exactly the wrong storytelling lessons away from his stuff.

Kick And They Slap A Friend (Old Lunch), Thursday, 18 September 2014 18:07 (5 days ago) Permalink

I would say 3/4 great in the case of The Descent.

Kick And They Slap A Friend (Old Lunch), Thursday, 18 September 2014 18:08 (5 days ago) Permalink

I've seen May, Bug, and Berberian Sound Studio. The latter probably my favorite altho it's so meta I dunno if I would really call it a horror film. it's more like a film about horror films shot in the style of a horror film. May was great. Bug was a little one-note but solid.

Οὖτις, Thursday, 18 September 2014 18:10 (5 days ago) Permalink

I thought "The Guest," like a lot of movies from this hipster horror crew, was a ridiculous, underdeveloped lark, but it had a lot going for it as a particularly brazen pastiche. It's like John Carpenter traveled back to 1984 with a copy of "The Terminator" and "Drive" and gave them to Wes Craven.

Josh in Chicago, Thursday, 18 September 2014 18:29 (5 days ago) Permalink

TOOT TOOT

(heeeeey)

difficult-difficult lemon-difficult (VegemiteGrrl), Thursday, 18 September 2014 18:30 (5 days ago) Permalink

Also works as a less escapist take on "Captain America."

Josh in Chicago, Thursday, 18 September 2014 18:31 (5 days ago) Permalink

Saw The Quiet Ones and The Possession Of Michael King yesterday - the former very conventional but slightly above average, the latter with a moderately promising set-up but terribly executed and boring.

The Babadook looks like it might be worth seeing,

Wristy Hurlington (ShariVari), Thursday, 18 September 2014 21:34 (5 days ago) Permalink

The Babadook looks awesome, just from reviews which are all very positive.

xelab, Thursday, 18 September 2014 21:39 (5 days ago) Permalink

The first two thirds of Oculus were really good. Fell apart a little at the end. Rory Cochrane bears a disconcerting likeness to Danny Dyer.

Wristy Hurlington (ShariVari), Saturday, 20 September 2014 10:25 (3 days ago) Permalink

always happy to see Bug get props.

Simon H., Saturday, 20 September 2014 18:05 (3 days ago) Permalink

I just watched Borgman and for the most part I enjoyed it, but what exactly happened? I really enjoy the build up but when it was over I couldn't tell you what happened, aside from being very unsettled by the whole film.

JacobSanders, Monday, 22 September 2014 02:43 (Yesterday) Permalink


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