joshofalltrades wrote: »
I should really just bite the bullet and watch The VVitch and Midsommar.
Gyral wrote: »
Watching the House on Haunted Hill remake tonight and you can see the exact moment the movie ran out of money and had to wrap it up with a cheap shitty CGI monster.
Echo wrote: »
Something working on the first try is a source of great suspicion.
flamebroiledchicken wrote: »
I love horror movies but I think I have the same problem as Louise Belcher: nothing scares me. I've watched dozens of horror movies, including many that people described as super scary (e.g. It Follows, Hereditary, Session 9, etc) but I'm always aware that I'm just watching a film, I'm always analyzing the technique, so I never get scared. Still waiting for the movie that's going to really freak me out. So far this October I've watched:
It Comes at Night
The Blackcoat's Daughter
We Are Still Here
The Vampire Lovers
Sorority Babes in the Slimeball Bowl-O-Rama
My favorites out of these have been The Endless and Re-Animator. Neither is particularly scary, but Re-Animator is delightfully gory.
For games, our DM is planning a spooky one-off session that I'm excited for. He mentioned steampunk and a sanity system, so I think it might be Call of Cthulhu? For video games, Inmost looks like a haunted Gameboy game, I think I'll give that a spin.
While filming the scene in which Carmilla attacks Madame Perrodot, Ingrid Pitt's fangs kept falling out of her mouth and dropping into Kate O'Mara's cleavage, prompting gales of uncontrollable laughter from both actresses. Finally, Pitt grabbed some chewing gum from the mouth of one of the crew members and used it to secure her fangs.
Elki wrote: »
Casual Eddy: best poster 2014.
tyrannus wrote: »
Casual Eddy: best poster of 2015
gotta update that stuff man
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Goumindong wrote: »
It’s only half done right?