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In reply to an earlier post on 28 Mar 2012 17:37:25 BDT
Lol- Yes you are right. I think at that time they were the mujahadeen? Well something like that and yes Jason Patrick. But a good film none the less.

Posted on 28 Mar 2012 17:55:41 BDT
It's a GREAT movie - Kevin Reynold's can do splendid things - his teacher movie "187" with Samuel L. Jackson is a cracker. And "The Beast" does have the brilliant George Dzundza as the psycho commander.

And yes - in those days they were the Mujahadeen.

There are whole bunch of US movies made during the Second World War , showing the Russians to be utterly wonderful - which make intriguing viewing now - Gregory Peck in Tourneur's "Days Of Glory" is a fine movie. Then the Cold War arrived and those movies went out of fashion. Same thing in the UK - lots of pro - British Empire movies from the '30s now play VERY uncomfortably.

Posted on 29 Mar 2012 20:28:08 BDT
Cheddarwasp says:
Not movies per say but still very disturbing. The DEATH SCENES (1989, 1992, 1993) series started life as a homicide detective's crime scene photograph album and went on to do at least two other films. Also the EXECUTIONS film (1995). Disturbing may not be the correct word. "Sickening" might be closer to the mark.

In reply to an earlier post on 30 Mar 2012 07:33:08 BDT
Ha, good posting, Sean. May you write on..extensively.

:))))))

Posted on 30 Mar 2012 07:41:00 BDT
I hated Rambo AND Sly...but now I am informed elsewhere (not here) that he was a Bill Clinton supporter---Gassssssping and Appalled--"not shocked and awed." I am 'prejudiced'-I've found out...numerous, numerous, Too many times..(self yuk) ..but Not too much caring, cuz "Im all Ive got" Sorry, TooTooMuchInfo!

:)) DS

In reply to an earlier post on 30 Mar 2012 08:51:22 BDT
Russ,

Please do that!--if just for society in general:))))))))))))))))))

Posted on 31 Mar 2012 22:11:54 BDT
Cheddarwasp says:
Have just read your post Russ. Good man. It was seeing a pig being kicked on to a truck bound fro the S/house that changed my eating habits. Also your mention of EARTHLINGS, which I have never seen, reminded me of another film THE ANIMALS FILM (1981), which thoroughly sickened me. To quote IMDB - Shockingly relevant to today, the film probes the use of animals as entertainment, as pets, for food, for scientific and military research.
Thanks for the warning about SEED. I had been told it was a "pretty good film but I may not like the beginning". I shall be giving that one a miss. I was pretty horrified seeing the slaughter of the cow in APOCALYPSE NOW. The excuse being "it was going to be slaughtered anyway". But did it have to be included in the film?

Posted on 29 Apr 2012 00:58:57 BDT
sovay says:
Some one mentioned Scream and scream again. I saw that many years ago and had nightmares for ages after about the same scenes, the ones of the man in the bed. It scared me so much that I couldn't follow the story line properly and it was only seeing it again years later that I understood what was going on!

In reply to an earlier post on 29 Apr 2012 09:44:33 BDT
P. Maurice says:
Fallen - Denzil Washington.
If the theory exists that we're in an aliens manipulated contained dimension, it makes this film seem more credible than I imagined.

Posted on 13 May 2012 00:30:31 BDT
Last edited by the author on 13 May 2012 00:31:22 BDT
sovay says:
I've got Cabaret on telly at the moment, not a horror film I know, but the scene where they are having a picnic (I think)
and there's nice music going on and then a young man starts singing a nice song about hope for the future 'Tomorrow belongs to me'. As the song progresses and more people join in, it turns into something horrible, you see the looks of hate on their faces and all the nazi insignias. In just a few seconds it goes from something nice into something really scary.
That, to me, is one of the most powerful pieces of film I've ever seen. Brilliant, and very disturbing.

Posted on 13 May 2012 01:49:50 BDT
Mestius says:
its been mentioned but visitor q, ugh just ugh. though strangely i just couldnt stop watching it even though i wanted to just switch it off.part of me just wanted to know how much worse it could get. answer is a lot

starts with a guy banging a prostitute hes paying who is his daughter and charges him extra for firing off too soon. then it just spirals downwards from there.

just no................

Posted on 13 May 2012 02:53:52 BDT
sovay says:
The worst part about visitor Q for me was all the milk!!!!!

Posted on 13 May 2012 06:07:13 BDT
Mestius says:
and why a binbag???

Posted on 13 May 2012 13:33:23 BDT
Shazzerman says:
Why not a binbag? The greatest film about the dysfunctional nuclear family ever! Take that, "American Beauty" (or, insert every other wannable dysfunctional family film champion here).

Posted on 16 May 2012 10:15:40 BDT
pabis laura says:
SalÚ (pasolini usually is unberable and Antichrist ....
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