- Jul 4, 2020
Finally saw The Cabin in the Woods tonight, and it's fantastic! A must for all horror fans!
Cabin in the Woods is an absolute classic! Love that movie.Finally saw The Cabin in the Woods tonight, and it's fantastic! A must for all horror fans!
Have you watched Robert Eggers' The Lighthouse? Not sure how similar it is to Twin Peaks but it certainly fits in the "unsettling/abstract/weird" categories x)No movies recently, but I finally watched The Leftovers and holy shit.
Watching Watchmen now. Might have to finally try out Lost since I'm beginning to appreciate Lindelof's writing.
So if anyone has any recommendations for unsettling/abstract/weird Twin Peaks type stuff, send it my way pls
I'll check it out.Maybe Daisies? This one I'm sure is not similar to Twin Peaks but again, it fits the other three categories x) Or, if you want to be cool, you can watch Donnie Darko xD
At the exact opposite of the spectrum, I rewatched Requiem for a Dream (aka, The Film that Launched a Million Trailer Soundtracks). Just needed a good hate-cry.I highly recommend Palm Springs. We need as many funny movies as possible these days, and that one was deeply satisfying.
Ugh. That one depressed me so hard I had to watch like three hours of The Critic to come down. Good ole Jay Sherman. What an underrated gem.At the exact opposite of the spectrum, I rewatched Requiem for a Dream (aka, The Film that Launched a Million Trailer Soundtracks). Just needed a good hate-cry.
Mandy gets a huge recommendation from me. It's basically LSD and doom metal on celluloid. An absolute must for fans of horror, revenge, and exploitation flicks. It's also Nicholas Cage's best film to date!
I respect Primer as an indie film, but I don't think you should need to watch a YouTube video to understand a film. Is Caruth's follow-up Upstream Color any good?I have owned Mandy on Bluray for over a year now and still haven't watched it because I haven't been in the right mood to watch it. That has changed now because my podcast chose to cover it this year for our Halloween episodes in October.
My recommendation is Primer an indie time travel film written and directed by a physics major: