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"Identify this film I barely remember!" thread italodisco 03/13/2022 (Sun) 21:58:51 No.2381 [Reply] [Last]
Figured it would be good for others, I've been scratching my brain for hours (unhealthy?) trying to remember where the he'll I saw this scene: A man wearing a hat steps outside to smoke a cigarette, when a phantasmagorical hand appears from thin air and seems to bother his psyche... The weirdest thing about this is that it felt like a silent film, but the elements like the man and his hat felt very noir-ish... And this might be the years of substance abuse catching up to me but I even remember the scene being purple tinted and the floating hand yellow tinted... Or was it the other way round! Am I losing it!
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>>2940 Yes.
Fat old woman in a night gown holding a double-barrel shotgun yelling at someone to get the fuck out of her house in an emotional teary tone of voice.
>>2427 I have similar desire to watch an old Tarzan documentary making of - it showed the actor talking about how he was to wrestle an adolescent tiger but the cat was a chill with him so he ended up pulling on his ears/whiskers to provoke it and then he said he only managed to get enough for the take because the tiger interpreted him as playing a game for a while & that he got marked up everywhere >>2935 It's not what you are looking for but Paperhouse can be described as thematically similar and the quality is there. It's about a kid who gets sick, and then they start to fever-communicate with one another. Don't try to spoil/read into the ending for it, because the director hasn't said what he wanted an audience to think of it
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Don't know whether this is the right place to post this, but I thought you guys might enjoy: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J37qmUPupHk
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>>3058 lel

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Comment on the last film you watched Anonymous 09/04/2020 (Fri) 05:38:31 No.682 [Reply] [Last]
What was the last thing you watched, and what did you think of it?
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>>3037 >just be sure to watch the reconstructed version Do I understand that to mean this one, Anon? : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Touch_of_Evil#1998_release
>>3038 Yes
>>3037 Day of the Dead was a grower for me. I disliked it the first time I watched, but when I saw it again years later with tempered expectations I think I actually preferred it to Dawn of the Dead. What turned me against it the first time I saw it was that despite that cool opening, most of the movie was set indoors and felt claustrophobic. When I rewatched it, I just treated it like a more standard post-apocalyptic survival drama that just happened to have zombies in it. Also, John Harrison's music is pretty good. Night of the Living Dead is still my favorite of the trilogy, although second place is up for grabs.
I don't have the patience for this type of rudderless film anymore. The director seems to be on vacation in Bruges with the loosest possible plan for making a movie. As if it wasn't obvious enough, the film follows the uninspired formula of a film about a director struggling to make a film. In practice this amounts to dull chats in cafes after several takes of filming an actress meander across a bridge. Eventually the distributor shows up to demand better product, but alas, his wishes are futile.
>>3050 At least tell me he got someone else to play the director.

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Film Stills Anonymous 09/28/2021 (Tue) 06:30:15 No.2012 [Reply]
and lightweight gifs
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>>2918 Names of first three? I recognize Cranes are flying
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Napoleon at the Tomb of Frederick the Great painting vs film
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Have any of you guys seen this? I only found out about these two Ellis Island subversives recently. Now I see there's a movie about them (probably very sympathetic). Maybe the anti-communist scenes are good though.
>>3051 The same director made a movie about the Italian invasion of Ethiopia starring Nicholas Cage! I don't know why I never heard of this before.

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/lolita/core Anonymous 11/29/2020 (Sun) 07:05:31 No.881 [Reply]
Does any visitors of /film/ know of good lolita /film/s? Discuss films that generated controversy, art and cultural taboos, censorship and legality, the search for youth and beauty, and any other thoughts you have on this topic
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As no one mentioned Jean Séria's movies. I think it was some hype at this time (around 70's) in France treating subject like this. Don't deliver us from evil seems quite an enjoyable movie tho. Daniel Cohn-Bendit will approve.
>>2714 >Open >>2714 >Open
>>2714 >Jean Séria She married the director? Kek She was actually pretty old when filming those movies.

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Nordic Cinema Anonymous 07/25/2021 (Sun) 20:12:01 No.1728 [Reply]
A thread for Nordic cinema. Woke shit not welcome.
The modern Scandinavian countries are the worst liberal shithole ever, so I avoid most of their new stuff. I like the scenery and atmosphere of the place, which could be a great setting or background for films. Could you recommend some brooding, atmospheric films from this region? On a not very related note, does anyone find viking stuff in current pop culture so fucking gay? Everything about vikings from Hollywood and their allies, even a fucking Japanese comic (Vinland Saga) also features a tranny character in the Middle Ages. Is it because they're trying to feminize masculine characters into emotionally driven, bumbling idiots who submit at the will of women? On the other hand, I'm watching the Raven trilogy by Hrafn Gunnlaugsson and really enjoy them. Classic "Spaghetti Western" in Iceland and with Vikings. I've completed the first one, When the Raven Flies, which is said to be based on Yojimbo. There's something charming about the type of hero that sets a goal and follow it with determination and competence (at first). It's fun to follow them on their journey and look for their next success, or failure. The music imitates western films but is played on synthesizer, sounds hilarious but also... charming. I guess I like western as a genre and reinventing it in an exotic setting is very enjoyable.
In the Shadow of the Raven (1988), second movie of the Raven trilogy.
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>>1729 >does anyone find viking stuff in current pop culture so fucking gay? Yes. It's token and watered-down "right-wing/trad" media to give white men a bone to chew on and idolize (and get income off of), and has been pop-cultured, subverted, appropriated, and marginalized to death only 2nd to Hawaiian culture to where I wonder if non-Nordic understanding of it is as good as theirs. >Is it because they're trying to feminize masculine characters into emotionally driven, bumbling idiots I can attest it is so for Vinland Saga as the preface message in the early volumes by the mangaka stated that he is a cowardly man who wonders why he'd make such a comic, that men are stupid for wasting their mother's love to die on a battlefield, and generally the sickeningly preachy shoehorned ideal that post-war Japanese have to stride towards peace and liberalism.
>>1729 >Raven trilogy by Hrafn Gunnlaugsson Thanks, I'll be sure to watch them. I avoid their films because of the same reasons, so it's nice to have some curated recommendations.

Cool, mysterious white male protagonist Anonymous 08/02/2021 (Mon) 17:48:32 No.1831 [Reply]
Because cinema needs this type of character. All suggestions are welcome.
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>>2206 >rambling about jews/JIDF isn't off topic and cuckchan behavior >unix timestamps are cuckchan Your (sub-80 IQ) brain on cuckchan /pol/.
>>1888 Fuck off back to your hasbara fellowship kike lol. You will never be White
>>2234 Your influence is peaking jew. Your people will not survive in the long term :) the great gathering of jews has already begun
and nobody mentioned port of shadows... what a joke
>>2214 I decided to watch The Blood of Heroes because of your post. Sadly, it was pretty shit. Are the other ones any better?

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Request & Share Anonymous 09/01/2020 (Tue) 13:51:06 No.277 [Reply] [Last]
[JW03 ~ 09/11/2019] Friendly link exchange
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I signed up to TL but I don't know how much I'll use it. The site forces a cloudflare browser check every time I come back to it.
>>2991 TL is pretty shit /film/-wise. I got in on an open signup a year back and haven't found what I wanted in any of the searches made. That said, it's probably paradise for a capeshitter - with all those 35gig Marvel Remuxes on permanent freeleech.
Looking for 'Nárcisz és Psyché' by Gábor Bódy. Any link?
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This is a long shot, but can anyone seed Colonel.Redl.1985.1080p.BluRay.x264-USURY or direct me to a live torrent of the blu-ray? My private tracker used to have this but my reseed request failed...

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Beautiful Actresses Anonymous 04/22/2022 (Fri) 16:07:44 No.2479 [Reply]
Film ist a Girl & a Gun Let's focus a bit on the first part
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>>2518 Jews love black cock!!!
Some pics I saved from the film stills thread archived from julay world. Unfortunately don't have the versions in the original size.
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>>3034 Here is Johnny Depp's wife in Noce blanche I don't know the other one offhand

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Cinematik Anon 04/17/2022 (Sun) 06:27:41 No.2461 [Reply]
Does the community on Cinematik or Cinemageddon actively discuss cinema ? I am on secret-cinema but I do not see them discussing , maybe their discussion forum thread is locked for higher class user, Moreover is Cinematik or Cinemageddon recruiting ?
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>>3011 >"This account has been disabled" Welp, now i know
>>3011 I saw the thread but didn't have time to read much of it. What other sites use Unit3D?
>>3013 many of the shit-tier ones go for it because it's incredibly easy to set up. But it's a bloated mess with close to zero improvement to UX over the gazelle ones - only offering a shiny netflix-esque interface. It's impossible to compare rips since every torrent has its own page and the search is genuinely shit. Any site that uses it also becomes dead in terms of forums. Among the popular ones - BHD, BLU, Aither, Concertos, Asiancinema, TVCuk and a ton of shitrackers use it.
>>3016 it seems to be getting more and more popular. the age of comfy trackers is over
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I like they are allowing Asian uploads. I was disabled for inactivity from http://asiancinema.me/

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Open Thread Open Thread 08/31/2020 (Mon) 21:01:08 No.34 [Reply] [Last]
[JW01 ~ 08/24/2019] There aren't many people here, but this bunker needs more content. Post something interesting that doesn't fit into other threads.
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>>3027 Weird. I wonder if it's an alternate title of an already obscure movie. Maybe it's because search engines are garbage, but I'm definitely not turning anything up either. I'd like to know more if anything pops up.
>>3028 >alternate title Maybe. Do you know of any other monster movies featuring giant cicadas? I'm also wondering if it wasn't originally released in English especially since Dio sounds like a Spanish name. I think it would be "Hombres cigarras de la luna"?
>>3029 >Do you know of any other monster movies featuring giant cicadas? Not anything that seem close to Cicada Men from the Moon. I found a few modern ones, Cicada! and The Attack of the Giant Cicada from Outer Space, which clearly aren't it. There's also The Beast Within from 1982, which seems to feature a cicada monster, but that's definitely not it either. >I'm also wondering if it wasn't originally released in English especially since Dio sounds like a Spanish name. I was thinking it might be an Italian movie. I knew there was the goombah gangster Johnny DIo, although I just looked it up and his real surname was actually "Dioguardi." It doesn't seem like "Dio" is a very common last name. I wonder if anyone at the Classic Horror Film Board would know anything about the movie. A lot of those people seem have encyclopedic knowledge of those kind of movies. You'd think there would at least be some search engine results from the site bringing up a mention of it if that were the case though. Maybe it's not a real movie, but the picture sure could pass as a real VHS screenshot of a '60s B-movie. It's not detailed, so it's also hard to tell where it was shot. With that arid-looking environment it could have been in Western U.S. or Southern Europe. This whole thing is strange.
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>>3024 >(I wasn't impressed by this film) It was one of the first i saw when i started my film journey and i agree that it wasn't impressive at all other than the car chase which actually felt underwhelming initially after being hyped as the best thing. Later on i have to say the cinematography is pretty decent, the use of natural light and cool chiaroscuro in gloomy settings did stuck but i didn't appreciate it that much back then. But the acting and story weren't that great, who knows how it got an Oscar in one of the most competitive eras of Hollywood, i dare to say the other Friedkin movies were more compelling. >Nigger censored Honestly the "Americans Worship..." copypasta is becoming less of a hyperbole satire and more of a reality, shame on Criterion but i am not surprised seeing how they got co-opt by the mental minority-appeasing tactics

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