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  1. aldra JIDF Controlled Opposition
    Originally posted by CandyRein Beetle Juice !
    Beetle Juice !
    Beetle Juice !

    ❤️

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  2. CandyRein Black Hole
    You not right!
    I see a lot of memes about that lady 😂
  3. CandyRein Black Hole



    Light as a feather , stiff as a board
    Light as a feather , stiff as a board
    Light as a feather , stiff as a board

    ❤️
  4. trippymindfuk African Astronaut
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    Halloween H20 is on tonight at work...not one of my favs but not bad
  6. CandyRein Black Hole
    Lunch break movie matinee..

    IT



    Your hair is winter Fire 🔥
    January embers... my heart burns there too .. 🔥❤️
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    💯
  8. Lanny motherfucker
    Daily reminder that the babysitter movies are GOAT tier
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  9. Splam African Astronaut


    Ain't a good horror without some comedy.
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    Final destination was on during lunch break tonight ❤️
  11. Bugz Space Nigga
    Originally posted by Jiggaboo_Johnson The Monster Club…classic "camp" horror

    Full move in Youtube.


    the style of 70s and 80s just can't be reproduced it seems. the closest I'v seen recently (at least in the USA) is maybe US and Get Out by Jordon Peele. I'm surprised he was a fan and clearly loved that old style of film making in which he didn't need high tech Fx but actually seemed to rely on the surrealism of something that Roman Polanski managed to pull off in RoseMary's Baby (which is listed as all time classic horror) but there are other creepy Italian or Polish and Russian films done classic surrealism from the 70s
  12. CandyRein Black Hole


    I was thinking about this flick for some reason...

    Oddly I think Dracula is hott af in this ..

    But at the end of the day ..Keanu Reeves was the most attractive person in the world in this movie at this time in his life ...

    Don’t know who plays Dracula ..
    “ I’ve crossed Oceans of time to find you”

    That’s hott af ..
  13. Robert Mugabe African Astronaut
    Horrors these days are absolutely fucking shite. Few have made me jump etc.

    However, there have been some that have succeeded. I saw the The Blair Witch 2, that fucking Slenderman creature at the end shit me up.

    Sinister will always be a favourite of mine due to how it was filmed perfectly. The old cinefilm used by the children as they murder their families made it all the more terrifying. I've always found something eery about old pictures/ video camera footage.
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  14. Originally posted by Robert Mugabe Horrors these days are absolutely fucking shite. Few have made me jump etc.

    However, there have been some that have succeeded. I saw the The Blair Witch 2, that fucking Slenderman creature at the end shit me up.

    Sinister will always be a favourite of mine due to how it was filmed perfectly. The old cinefilm used by the children as they murder their families made it all the more terrifying. I've always found something eery about old pictures/ video camera footage.

    Yup, "horror" movies these days mostly rely on gore...the old black and white classics relied on story and atmosphere....not shit like a cat jumping up at the window as some big titted bitch looks out of it.
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  15. Bugz Space Nigga
    I'v been pointing this out for a long time as well. the story was often carried in the acting and as you stated atmosphere.

    there are lots of late 1960s and early 70s films out of Italy or Poland or Russia that made some of the scariest shit. the kind that sticks in your nightmares.

    the kind of weird pulse that Roman Polanski did in Rosemary's baby's John Kennedy dream scene. incorporating what Rosemary was seeing while her mind was hearing the neighbors argue next door. where their argument becomes apart of the dialogue and the actors were lipsyncing to the real argument. stuff that really happens in the sub conscious of the mind when you're really dreaming. mixing the real world with the dreams hallucination.

    that makes for a great film scene and not depending strictly on CGI.

    I heard someone refer to this as the Morrison Effect from Jim Morrison interview in 1969 about how he envisioned one person with electric synth instruments and a drum machine device creating his own music. it will lose something special about it.


  16. Bugz Space Nigga
    On one other note regarding Jim was he said Rock n Roll was dying. because in a way it was. Folk "Rock" became the thing in the early 70s but England thankfuly got into Rock and brought us Led Zepplin and Black Sabbath and though some would argue who started "Metal" was Steppenwolf (canadian and US members) vs Ozzy out of England those bands took off and rock music continued on while "Soul" and "Funk" continued the MoTown sound into the 70s.

    Then Americans first created Punk and of course England defined the image of Punk with Sex Pistols and Buzzcocks and Joy Division and al that other shit.

    20 years after that and Herby Handcock made the One Man Band thing a popular thing. shit, its funny because you don't even have to know how to play at least a Keyboard Piano style Synth instrument anymore. you just need to push buttons on a digital display box like Hiki is doing.


    Tech-Cuckery runs paraLOL with films carried by CGI alone. no fucking imagination really
  17. Bugz Space Nigga
    Also I really like US by Jordan Peele. he really took old school style of Arthouse back into mainstream though not alot are follwing him as far as large Greenlit projects go. not everyone has his budget and Film Producers dont want to fork out big money un some artistic style film

    He already established a name and trust so he got it done though Im sure with lots of hesitation and probably put much of his own money into it. I dont know the background of what he had to go through but this movie I myself enjoyed a lot.

  18. Michael Myers Insurgent [divide your nonresilient tucker]
    Originally posted by Bugz Also I really like US by Jordan Peele. he really took old school style of Arthouse back into mainstream though not alot are follwing him as far as large Greenlit projects go. not everyone has his budget and Film Producers dont want to fork out big money un some artistic style film

    He already established a name and trust so he got it done though Im sure with lots of hesitation and probably put much of his own money into it. I dont know the background of what he had to go through but this movie I myself enjoyed a lot.


    I plan on watching this sometime, it's probably gonna take a while. I got like, a hundred movies currently on my "to watch" list.
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