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Old 28th May 2011, 05:14 PM
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I was round at a friends and he was watching a serbian film...i havent seen this yet ...But he was at the scene where 2blokes where watching a clip of a women giving birth then he slapped the baby bottom pulled down his pants and ......sorry but just by watching that scene i thought it was disgusting sick and uncalled for 1 film i wont be watching....I think scenes like these have stooped to a all time low and gone beyond scrapping the barrel of depravity and sickness,,i dont want to imagine whats in rest of the film....

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Old 28th May 2011, 05:46 PM
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Just watched the Hanging woman ...a paul naschy film ...to be total honest i dont realy know much about him or his films ...A little bit of info wouldnt go amiss ..Are his films any good,,
I've only seen a couple to be honest but I do recommend Human Beasts, as I love the way it's switches genres.

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Old 28th May 2011, 08:38 PM
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Ah, I see, I hadn't thought of that. Eaten Alive is a film I definitely need to see.
For all it's faults it is worth seeing for Neville Brand's performance which is a wonky wonder to behold.
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Old 28th May 2011, 11:01 PM
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I was round at a friends and he was watching a serbian film...i havent seen this yet ...But he was at the scene where 2blokes where watching a clip of a women giving birth then he slapped the baby bottom pulled down his pants and ......sorry but just by watching that scene i thought it was disgusting sick and uncalled for 1 film i wont be watching....I think scenes like these have stooped to a all time low and gone beyond scrapping the barrel of depravity and sickness,,i dont want to imagine whats in rest of the film....
That's pretty much the worse scene to be honest, there's one near the end that's quite bad too although its not as bad.

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That's pretty much the worse scene to be honest, there's one near the end that's quite bad too although its not as bad.

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Either way there nothing that can justify or exscuse what is shown in the film..im not against censorship but when scenes like these are shown sometimes u begin to wonder and agree with a ban ...disgusting and sick are a understatement..
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Old 28th May 2011, 11:26 PM
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Just watched cemetery man im not sure what it was or why but i just couldnt get into the film....
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Watched Frozen last night. Really good film, very claustrophobic and tense. I'm a big fan of films like that which are very basic with the emphasis on chacterisation and thought it was done incredibly well.
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Just watched cemetery man im not sure what it was or why but i just couldnt get into the film....


I loved it ha ha

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Watched Frozen last night. Really good film, very claustrophobic and tense. I'm a big fan of films like that which are very basic with the emphasis on chacterisation and thought it was done incredibly well.
Yeah its a VERY good flick with lots of atmosphere.
I enjoyed all of Green's flicks although hatchet 2 was a let down.

Last night I watched Dawning a new indie flick about a brother and sister who go to a cabin to visit their dad and step mum and this guy comes storming into the cabin and starts going crazy. From then on stuff starts to happen like people saying stuff they did not actually say etc. Was a good flick for a indie and was interesting but towards the end it didnt really explain anything and then ended so I didnt like the ending

Also watched Outcast and it was meh could have been much better. Good acting all around though esp fergal.
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Old 29th May 2011, 10:28 PM
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"Russia 88" Much better than I expected and totally unlike I expected too. Basically I thought this was going to be endless scenes of violence but actually there is very little violence on screen, most of the violence comes in the constant use of racist language which gives "Fight for Your Life" a run for it's money. I've read a fair bit on post WWII Neo Nazis and this gives a much better flavour of the scene than "American History X" or "Romper Stomper" though it lifts scenes and ideas from both films. The main problem I have with these type of films is that either the main character or some one close to them has to die violently at the end. It's as if the directors don't quite trust the viewer to make up their own minds or political views when watching the films which is kind of patronising to my mind. Still, it's a very good film but not as good as "The Believer" my favourite Nazi Bonehead film.
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