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Old 07-25-2009, 06:13 PM   #1976
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A new Australian film is receiving incredible early reviews and hype over here. It's called Beautiful Kate and its directed by Rachel Ward (the wife of actor Bryan Brown). It stars Brown and Rachel Griffiths. People who have seen advanced previews are predicting this will be the next Lantana, so we shall see.
Trailer looks brilliant. Released in Australia August 6. No US/UK release date as yet.

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I am a happy girl tonight. My film lineup for this evening is: Entourage Season 5 (disc 2), Hostel II (I have a girl crush on Lauren German), Phantasm (okay, I've already seen it 7 times but who's counting?) and Dream Home (a B-horror flick described as follows on Netflix: "What happens when a young, happily married migrant couple buys their dream home and moves in? Answer: They're greeted by a most unwelcoming committee in this haunting supernatural thriller, where terror lurks around every corner. Acclaimed music video director Amir Valinia (Da Block Party, Pain: The Movie) helms this eerie story, a scary subversion of the American Dream."

That, and a bag of Butter Lovers microwave popcorn and a couple of Classic Cokes (NOT the Diet ones .... they don't give me that buzz), and I will be one happy camper. Let's just hope I can stay awake for it all. Valium makes one sleepy. Glad it's my last day on it actually.
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Hostel II (I have a girl crush on Lauren German).
Oh, Maven...that movie made me sick to my stomach, and I only watched half of it.

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Poor, poor Heather Matarazzo is suspended from the ceiling upside down, and some crazy naked chick is sitting in a bathtub underneath her....she starts cutting Heather's back with this really long scythe, causing her to bleed into the tub and onto the lady. It's literally a blood bath. It gets worse: she then slits the poor girl's throat, and it's like a freakin' shower head.


I had to turn it off at that point.
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Oh, Maven...that movie made me sick to my stomach, and I only watched half of it.

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Poor, poor Heather Matarazzo is suspended from the ceiling upside down, and some crazy naked chick is sitting in a bathtub underneath her....she starts cutting Heather's back with this really long scythe, causing her to bleed into the tub and onto the lady. It's literally a blood bath. It gets worse: she then slits the poor girl's throat, and it's like a freakin' shower head.


I had to turn it off at that point.
Oh, dear. I may have to skip that one, despite my Lauren Graham obsession.
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Poor, poor Heather Matarazzo is suspended from the ceiling upside down, and some crazy naked chick is sitting in a bathtub underneath her....she starts cutting Heather's back with this really long scythe, causing her to bleed into the tub and onto the lady. It's literally a blood bath. It gets worse: she then slits the poor girl's throat, and it's like a freakin' shower head.


I had to turn it off at that point.
That was gross.

And I saw Heather Matarazzo on the street once! I wanted to tell someone, but the only thing I really knew her from was that dumbass movie Sorority Boys.
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Oh and I watched Blindness tonight. I think there were great performances from Julianne Moore, as always, Mark Ruffalo and Gael Garcia Bernal, but the whole thing really didn't have as much of an impact as it could have. I'll definitely read the book though.
Really well shot though, although I could have done with the iris closed a bit more. I get the whole blindness/whiteout thing, but it bordered on blown out sometimes.
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I love Gael Garcia Bernal. I might check that one out.

I watched The Untouchables yesterday. It put me to sleep. I was expecting a lot more.
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That was gross.

And I saw Heather Matarazzo on the street once! I wanted to tell someone, but the only thing I really knew her from was that dumbass movie Sorority Boys.
I remember her as a little girl in Welcome To The Dollhouse (pretty decent mid nineties indie film directed by Todd Solondz), as well as the movie Saved! (she was one of Mandy Moore's friends in it).

Doesn't matter who played that part in Hostel II, though....it was still disturbing as hell.

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Oh and I watched Blindness tonight. I think there were great performances from Julianne Moore, as always, Mark Ruffalo and Gael Garcia Bernal, but the whole thing really didn't have as much of an impact as it could have. I'll definitely read the book though.
Really well shot though, although I could have done with the iris closed a bit more. I get the whole blindness/whiteout thing, but it bordered on blown out sometimes.
I've wanted to see that for a long time. I may rent it soon.
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I fuckin' love that movie, and I am not ashamed.
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Maven, Phantasm is incredible, no? I'm a big fan of dreamlike horror films. Are you a fan of Mario Bava films?
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Oh yeah. I rented and watched Chasing Amy again last week. I like that movie a lot. I like how it doesn't end perfectly, it ends realistically. Plus, I never noticed the Casey Affleck cameo in the beginning before.
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Maven, Phantasm is incredible, no? I'm a big fan of dreamlike horror films. Are you a fan of Mario Bava films?
I love love love Phantasm. I've now seen it 8 times and I get a kick out of it every time. (It even scares me every time!). What IS it about that film that's so fascinating?????? And you know what else? Hate to brag, but that house which is the funeral home is located about 15 miles away from where I live. It's called The Dunsmuir House. Here's a couple of links about it (the Wiki ones lists all the horror films it's been used in):

http://www.dunsmuir.org/

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dunsmuir_House

I just looked up Mario Bava on IMDB, and I don't think I've seen any of his films. Are they as good as Phantasm? I'm a big horror film buff. Other faves are Legend of Hell House (one of Roddy McDowell's best roles), The Shining (of course), The Haunting (ONLY the 1963 original; the remake was awful), Suspiria,..... I could go on and on.

I could use some more horror movie recommendations, peeps. It will distract me at a time I could use some. (Note: I'm not hugely into graphically gruesome slasher flicks: I prefer ones about the paranormal and/or just plain old creepy. Hauntings are a BIG fave).
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I love love love Phantasm. I've now seen it 8 times and I get a kick out of it every time. (It even scares me every time!). What IS it about that film that's so fascinating?????? And you know what else? Hate to brag, but that house which is the funeral home is located about 15 miles away from where I live. It's called The Dunsmuir House. Here's a couple of links about it (the Wiki ones lists all the horror films it's been used in):

http://www.dunsmuir.org/

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dunsmuir_House

I just looked up Mario Bava on IMDB, and I don't think I've seen any of his films. Are they as good as Phantasm? I'm a big horror film buff. Other faves are Legend of Hell House (one of Roddy McDowell's best roles), The Shining (of course), The Haunting (ONLY the 1963 original; the remake was awful), Suspiria,..... I could go on and on.

I could use some more horror movie recommendations, peeps. It will distract me at a time I could use some. (Note: I'm not hugely into graphically gruesome slasher flicks: I prefer ones about the paranormal and/or just plain old creepy. Hauntings are a BIG fave).

Have you seen The Others? That's a good one.
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Have you seen The Others? That's a good one.
Oh, yeah. LOVE The Others. Have seen it twice. I could watch it again though; I tend to be one of those who watches movies they love over and over. I've seen The Illusionist 5 times. (LOVE Edward Norton).
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Oh, yeah. LOVE The Others. Have seen it twice. I could watch it again though; I tend to be one of those who watches movies they love over and over. I've seen The Illusionist 5 times. (LOVE Edward Norton).
I didn't like The Illusionist very much, even though I like Edward Norton. I thought The Prestige was far better.
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I didn't like The Illusionist very much, even though I like Edward Norton. I thought The Prestige was far better.
I loved The Prestige, too. And how about Down In The Valley? I loved that part when he was on E and was chatting up everyone stuck in traffic on the Sunset Strip. Great scene.

Has anyone seen that new movie with Joseph Gordon-Levitt ---- 500 Days of Summer? Good? I like Joe G-L, but dislike sappy romantic films, so I'm torn about whether to go see it. May just wait for DVD.
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Oh, yeah. LOVE The Others. Have seen it twice. I could watch it again though; I tend to be one of those who watches movies they love over and over. I've seen The Illusionist 5 times. (LOVE Edward Norton).
Me too. I honestly think I've seen There Will Be Blood about 15 times now. Casino Royale probably 12.
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Oh yeah. I rented and watched Chasing Amy again last week. I like that movie a lot. I like how it doesn't end perfectly, it ends realistically. Plus, I never noticed the Casey Affleck cameo in the beginning before.
The more I watch that movie, the more I love it. It's easily Kevin Smith's best film.

The realism is one of the many reasons why I like it so much.
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The thing is, with the really great films, when you watch them over again you notice something new each time. Don't you find that? I watched King of New York the other night and noticed a couple of scenes that had passed me by on previous viewing. I think I've seen that film 4 times now. (Oh, and I've watched Communion 5 times -- despite the sappy scene with Chris dancing with the aliens in the spaceship).

I am a HUGE Christopher Walken fan.
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I watched Phantasm twice in the same week I was so impressed with it. It certainly casts a spell on you. I'll try to stay away from spoilers, but it's really the final scene that sticks with me and helps explain the ethereal quality of the movie. Have you visited the Dunsmuir House? Love those long corridors in the film!

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I just looked up Mario Bava on IMDB, and I don't think I've seen any of his films. Are they as good as Phantasm? I'm a big horror film buff. Other faves are Legend of Hell House (one of Roddy McDowell's best roles), The Shining (of course), The Haunting (ONLY the 1963 original; the remake was awful), Suspiria,..... I could go on and on.
If you love Suspiria, then DEFINITELY check out Mario Bava! I'm a big fan of Italian horror, and Bava and Argento are it's kings! I recommend checking out Mario's first two "Black Sunday" and "Black Sabbath", "Kill Baby Kill" (reportedly the first movie appearance of a creepy kid bouncing a spooky ball down a flight of stairs! go figure), and last but not least, his final film "Shock". Truly a masterpiece, this one never fails to give me the full body chills.

The Haunting (original!) and Legend of Hell House are two of my favorites as well. Roddy McDowell is great in the latter, but I still think his best role is Peter Vincent, VAMPIRE KILLER!
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I watched Phantasm twice in the same week I was so impressed with it. It certainly casts a spell on you. I'll try to stay away from spoilers, but it's really the final scene that sticks with me and helps explain the ethereal quality of the movie. Have you visited the Dunsmuir House? Love those long corridors in the film!

If you love Suspiria, then DEFINITELY check out Mario Bava! I'm a big fan of Italian horror, and Bava and Argento are it's kings! I recommend checking out Mario's first two "Black Sunday" and "Black Sabbath", "Kill Baby Kill" (reportedly the first movie appearance of a creepy kid bouncing a spooky ball down a flight of stairs! go figure), and last but not least, his final film "Shock". Truly a masterpiece, this one never fails to give me the full body chills.

The Haunting (original!) and Legend of Hell House are two of my favorites as well. Roddy McDowell is great in the latter, but I still think his best role is Peter Vincent, VAMPIRE KILLER!
You've given me a lot of great suggestions here. I'm a Netflixer, so I'll see which of these is available, add them to my queue and bump them up to the top. What i love is creepy, atmospheric horror films without TOO much graphic gore. Movies like "The Hills Have Eyes" are a little too graphic for me. Oh, I did see a good vampire flick the other day that was really creepy and not too terribly gorey: 30 Days of Night. It starred Josh Hartnett who I thought I wasn't a fan of, but he was good in this movie. The ending though, ..... quite haunting.

You're right: Roddy McDowell was great in Fright Night. I haven't seen that in years; will add it to my queue as well. (Boy, I am gonna be busy: between work and watching movies and sleep there won't even be time to do anything else! I quite like that thought).

Did you ever see Vampyres, the original un-rated version? Pretty campy, but creepy in its way. Very atmospheric. Whatever house that film was set at, I want it. Bad. [From Wiki: Vampyres (1974) is an erotic and bloody lesbian vampire film directed by Spanish film director José Ramón Larraz on location in England.]

I also liked Pamela Franklin, who was in Legend of Hell House. Not a truly great actress, but she was very effective in that part. And Gayle Hunnicutt was pretty good as well, for a B-grade actress. A bit of trivia: she later appeared in Dallas for a short time!

I find I tend to like horror films made in the 1970s. I was weaned on Creature Features -- maybe that's why. I also love The Outer Limits, and to a lesser extent, The Twilight Zone. If it's creepy, I'm in.

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The thing is, with the really great films, when you watch them over again you notice something new each time. Don't you find that? I watched King of New York the other night and noticed a couple of scenes that had passed me by on previous viewing. I think I've seen that film 4 times now. (Oh, and I've watched Communion 5 times -- despite the sappy scene with Chris dancing with the aliens in the spaceship).

I am a HUGE Christopher Walken fan.
Yeah, I notice something new every time I watch TWBB.

I remember when I saw Half Nelson for the first time, I watched it again the very next day. So good.
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Another must for Christopher Walken fans -- The Demon Within. It also was released under the following titles:

The Happiness Cage (1972)
... aka Mind Snatchers (USA: video title)

Great performance by Christopher as an army private stuck in a jail-like hospital that is doing secret brain experimentation on the patients there.

Not available on DVD but can be found pretty cheap on VHS.
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I didn't really like 30 Days Of Night. It just didn't grab me too well. I think it was the acting by the main characters. But, I thought the idea was clever. They should have thought of that before.

I do have quite the obsession with Vampire flicks.
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