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    Ok...so Me and Kq saw this at the Nuart yesterday. Tough Movie.

    [Closer to Death] ‘Compliance’ – The True Story Of A Young Girl’s Horrific Violation | | Bloody DisgustingBloody Disgusting

    It's really easy to CALL BULL**** due to the ridiculous nature of the way that events unfold. Yet, it is in BOLD repeatedly, that the events are based on REAL EVENTS that happened. You need to fight your urge to ask 'How in the **** could these folks be SO stupid.' Apparently, even the most unbelievable of the events actually happened. It's really a fascinating movie. BUT it is hard to stomach. People walked out, and Kingsqueen would have if I had been game. But, theres an interesting subtext here. I read an article in LA weekly comparing it to what happened at Abu Ghiraib...the dog collar stuff...and how when people who really want to do the right thing are given absolute power...it's easy to get lost in the moment despite your misgivings and disbelief. It should be seen just to see where you fall on the issue. Fascinating movie.
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    Revisiting this!

    Fright Night!


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    Quote Originally Posted by jerseydevil View Post


    Ok...so Me and Kq saw this at the Nuart yesterday. Tough Movie.

    [Closer to Death] ‘Compliance’ – The True Story Of A Young Girl’s Horrific Violation | | Bloody DisgustingBloody Disgusting

    It's really easy to CALL BULL**** due to the ridiculous nature of the way that events unfold. Yet, it is in BOLD repeatedly, that the events are based on REAL EVENTS that happened. You need to fight your urge to ask 'How in the **** could these folks be SO stupid.' Apparently, even the most unbelievable of the events actually happened. It's really a fascinating movie. BUT it is hard to stomach. People walked out, and Kingsqueen would have if I had been game. But, theres an interesting subtext here. I read an article in LA weekly comparing it to what happened at Abu Ghiraib...the dog collar stuff...and how when people who really want to do the right thing are given absolute power...it's easy to get lost in the moment despite your misgivings and disbelief. It should be seen just to see where you fall on the issue. Fascinating movie.
    I never actually considered walking out...but if I had, it wouldn't have been because I was offended by what I was actually seeing on the screen, it would have been because I was offended by how ******ing stupid these people were! I did do a lot of eye-rolling and muttering to myself, though. lol. Like I mentioned to JD in the theater, I have never wanted soooo much, to stand up during a movie and just scream out "Oh for **** SAKE, these people are too stupid to live!". The movie itself was engaging, though...and well acted. I still stand by what I said to JD...Martyrs might have been an easier watch. LOL!
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    Panic Button is in the same vein of movies like Exam and The Killing Room. Basically a group of people are on an airplane where they're forced to play a demented game in order to survive. Pretty entertaining if you liked the aforementioned movies.



    I'm a sucker for found footage movie so I decided to watch Infection/Invasion. Was pretty underwhelmed, not really scary or creepy. I didn't expect much but it still didn't live up to my low expectations.



    I LOVED Lovely Molly. The movie centers around a woman who moves back into a house that's associated with several awful memories. Some will be put off by the film's slow pacing but I was thoroughly engrossed. Has a pervasive creepy atmosphere and one hell of an ending. Definitely my type of movie.
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    It's weird, I can handle gore, I can handle torture, I can handle pretty much all violence in movies, but Feed made my stomach turn. The film is about a serial killer who literally feeds women to death. It was hard for me to watch some parts. It gets really intense at the end, pretty entertaining film aside from the gross feeding scenes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Diehard View Post


    It's weird, I can handle gore, I can handle torture, I can handle pretty much all violence in movies, but Feed made my stomach turn. The film is about a serial killer who literally feeds women to death. It was hard for me to watch some parts. It gets really intense at the end, pretty entertaining film aside from the gross feeding scenes.
    Haha...yeah, there was something EXTRA lurid and off putting about this one.
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    I liked it but I'm gonna need to see it a couple more times



    Just OK, Kinda took forever to figure what the whole thing was about
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    Quote Originally Posted by IceDogsFan View Post


    I liked it but I'm gonna need to see it a couple more times
    Wow. First time seeing it? It probably loses some bite as opposed to when it first came out...because so many films followed aping the style(which Tarantino haters are keen to point out that Q.T. borrowed heavily from others). I remember I HAD to go see this again after I saw it the first time in the theater. To me, he just makes movies that bear repeated viewings. This is still a remote dropper for me. Recently saw it again and was kinda sad that Chris Penn died so young. He's awful good(as is everyone else) in this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jerseydevil View Post
    Wow. First time seeing it? It probably loses some bite as opposed to when it first came out...because so many films followed aping the style(which Tarantino haters are keen to point out that Q.T. borrowed heavily from others). I remember I HAD to go see this again after I saw it the first time in the theater. To me, he just makes movies that bear repeated viewings. This is still a remote dropper for me. Recently saw it again and was kinda sad that Chris Penn died so young. He's awful good(as is everyone else) in this.
    First time... I really did not know about this movie. Learned about it when reading that Walter White & Jesse Pinkman's names (Breaking Bad) alludes to Reservoir Dogs - so I watched it out of curiosity

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diehard View Post


    I LOVED Lovely Molly. The movie centers around a woman who moves back into a house that's associated with several awful memories. Some will be put off by the film's slow pacing but I was thoroughly engrossed. Has a pervasive creepy atmosphere and one hell of an ending. Definitely my type of movie.
    I agree with a lot of this although I didn't really love it. The movie was extremely well done and looked great. The ending was great and I also thought the work scene was very eerie but the movie simply slowed to a crawl for me way too often.
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