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About reverendmdg

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  1. It's a fairly recent film about a man in love with a necrophiliac...in the end he kills himself so he can be her lover. I'd love to see it again but don't recall the title or any of the actors. Help, anyone?
  2. An excellent Scandinavian film called "Pathfinder", made in the early 90s, set 1000 years ago. I was lucky enough to see it in a theatre, well worth anyone's time and, as I recall, OK for family viewing.
  3. Vanity Fair ran a lengthy, well-researched article about Pasolini's death several years ago...can't recall what year, but I recall the article itself and it verified the story given below.
  4. The first two "Guinea Pig" films are the most difficult viewing I've ever had in 30 years of being a horror film fan. I have no plans to ever watch them again.
  5. SCARECROWS is excellent! Very good movie, shame that the sequel planned by the director never happened. His working title was, "Scarecrows 2 - The Last Straw". LOL!
  6. All the Python films, the hard to find "Rise and Rise of Michael Rimmer", "The Missionary", "A Private Function", "Jabberwocky", "Time Bandits", "Brazil", "Erik The Viking", "Privates On Parade", and "Yellowbeard".
  7. Lon Chaney, because of his versatility, and lillian gish, who brings out the white knight in every man.
  8. As a former professional hardcore wrestler, I've taken a number of insane falls myself, but Keaton and Harold Lloyd astonish me.
  9. They Call Me Trinity and Support Your Local Sheriff
  10. I'm well aware that it wasn't meant to be a history lesson, or it would've been an abject failure as one. It's historical inaccuracy only adds to its faults as a movie IMHO. Essentially, it's a love story, and I don't like Scarlett, Rhett, or Ashley, so I can find it in my heart to care about the story or who ends up with who.
  11. They were both OK, but neither is a leading character.
  12. I don't believe for one second that Hollywood is looking for any new ideas. They want cookie-cutter, formulaic, menu-based franchises that will keep them operating. Which is fine. But if you want anything new and different, you've gotta keep an eye on the indies, the ones too broke and unknown to make Sundance or any other big festival, the underground stuff people are shooting in their backyard for $200 bucks and posting online. Most of it is pure crap, but, unlike Hollywood, at least they have an excuse for making pure crap.
  13. Liquid Sky, Rocky Horror, Night of the Living Dead, Eraserhead, Santa Sangre, Satyricon, Texas Chainsaw Massacre, and Bubba Ho-Tep, just to name a few.
  14. Anyone else a fan of this spaghetti western starring Lee Van Cleef? Silly story, but some great scenes, and a killer soundtrack by Morricone.
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