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IdleRich

IdleRich
Could be that one... there is a remake of the one I'm thinking of, plus it does start with a sword battle I think.
 

IdleRich

IdleRich
Snake in the Eagle's Shadow was on here last year... love the intro with Magic Fly (though think it was different music in some releases)

 

craner

Beast of Burden
Oh and she's give him poison!

But actually he tricked someone else into drinking it!

But it was fake poison!
It was one of those films we watched and decided dwarfed Citizen Kane. Shiver of the Vampires was the other one.
 

luka

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Every film we watched we decided dwarfed citizen Kane which we thought was a load of shit
 

luka

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We were pissed and round my dads flat in Bethnal Green while he was away with his wife somewhere
 

luka

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Kane come on and we watched it and we were like this is fucking shit how boring change the channel and one of the channels was showing this lesbo vampire film. That was the birth of the eurocult film thread. That evening in Keddleston Walk, E2
 

IdleRich

IdleRich
Sounds like Rollin... a lot of his films have those weird kinda twin girls in them as sexy vampires or their hangers on.

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IdleRich

IdleRich
I've seen that Trump thing before... I'd love to see him give a review now that he's senile and doped up to the eyeballs.
 

version

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This could be appalling, but I'm intrigued:

Siberia
An exploration into the language of dreams.
Director: Abel Ferrara
Stars: Willem Dafoe
Siberia’s provenance is highly organic—Ferrara describes the script development as “starting off on page one and [letting] your mind take you wherever you’re gonna’ go.” But there is also a source of inspiration in Carl Jung’s The Red Book, a manuscript by the Swiss psychologist that was only published and made publicly accessible in 2009. As Ferrara describes it, The Red Book chronicles the experiences when “Jung would take time to go into his private room at night, alone, and delve into the center of his subconscious—into his dreams, into his mind, and almost write freehand.”
 
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entertainment

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Didn't we talk about Nolan being an idiot at some point?

There's a new interview for his upcoming one, talking about how mysterious reality is or something, where he says that he doesn't understand why a mirror flips things horizontally but not vertically...........
 

catalog

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I recently rewatched memento cos I thought it had some merit the first time, but I lost the thread. Gotta say that I wasn't that impressed second time, loses a lot of steam. Nolan is sort on a level with BEE for me, like they are both OK, but they're not really top tier
 
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