"All these people worked really hard out in the cold to make a movie for you, you cantankerous old cunt." - Mike Stoklasa
My FIRST time back in the theaters since I saw THE HUNT back in March and what better way to return to the cinemas than seeing AKIRA for the *first* time ever on an IMAX screen. Holy moley what a fucking experience.
I don't think I've ever seen an animated film that felt so much like a live action movie. The setting feels SO lived in with its graffitied walls and casual The Doors poster chillin' in a bar. The…
7 Part 2 Films (3/7)
This movie has a character named Scud and mutated vampires with wide open Predator like mouths that have disgusting Xenomorph-esque phallic tongues.
The part where Blade caught his sunglasses gave me one of the biggest laughs I've had in a while.
Wish Donnie Yen got more screen time.
I think this is my favorite Ron Perlman performance but I'm pretty sure I say that after every Ron Perlman performance…
What a disgusting and repulsive experience this movie is. From the very opening shot to the closing there is nothing but gruesome images on the screen. Even the sounds will get underneath your skin. But that is what makes this film an unforgettable classic. You will find yourself wincing at the horror and chuckling at some moments.
The film is very grainy which works well with the content. The outside shots are done very well because the day will come…
It's funny how as I read up on the movie afterward that I found this movie is often described as the "first James Bond movie" because when watching I literally felt the same way. Hitchcock sets up some of the common principles of the action/spy thriller in this film. Cary Grant stars in what is arguably one of the most charming onscreen personas of all time. This isn't only due to Grant, but also to one of the most cleverly…