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Books / Re: What Should I Read?
« Last post by etdoesgood on Today at 06:13:00 PM »
This guide could also be helpful. :)

This is pretty amazing. I like how Sci-Fi starts with whether or not you want to read Cyber Punk. That is just a strange place to start with it.
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Polls / Re: 2010s Horror Film Bakeoff
« Last post by pixote on Today at 05:55:09 PM »
That’s tea, actually.

pixote
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Polls / Re: 2010s Horror Film Bakeoff
« Last post by Bondo on Today at 05:53:38 PM »
It's because Hereditary is a bad film while Midsommar is a great film.
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Polls / Re: 2010s Horror Film Bakeoff
« Last post by FLYmeatwad on Today at 04:26:48 PM »
Kind of nuts that Hereditary isn't doing better. Wonder if Aster will split his vote some.
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Marathons / Re: Shocktober 2020
« Last post by FLYmeatwad on Today at 04:24:50 PM »
That was the last film I saw before theaters shut down. Saw it just one day before they all closed down, on a Thursday night, I believe. Wasn't too hot on it, and was super pissed that Team Emma dies within like the first ten minutes.
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Movie Clubs / Re: Top 100 Club: Bondo
« Last post by colonel_mexico on Today at 12:26:15 PM »
@Bondo - I was making a joke that Block and Jons were Bill and Ted, because Bill and Ted's use of the chess match against Death was a clear taking from SEVENTH SEAL.  I had forgotten about the SAVING AMY scene! But yeah that was a direct reference of WAITING FOR GODOT characters, though I found Block and Jons to be much more interesting.  The comedy is funny, but I can't lie I found myself laughing and smiling at Jof, the scene where he is waking up is like flipping over the tree and washing his face so loudly, it was like a Chaplin scene. But I do agree Block and Jons both have some very dry humor throughout, amidst the darkness.

@etdoesgood - Ha, I know I need to be careful with my RASHOMON references!  Yes, I would love to see those and will watch them soon, as the bar exam is now behind me I am watching a lot more, so I will get to them and report back somewhere, likely the respond to your last movie thread. 
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Marathons / Re: Shocktober 2020
« Last post by 1SO on Today at 11:36:37 AM »
There's a lot of that. This was my first time seeing Betty Gilpin, who I heard so much about, and the moment she drops her act  and shouts her line about the cost of cigarettes I cringed.

I was wondering why they couldn't afford a haircut for Swank, but I came to realize it was to help hid the switches to a stunt double.
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Marathons / Re: Shocktober 2020
« Last post by Bondo on Today at 06:33:19 AM »
A career low for Hilary Swank.

In the scene where she’s introduced there are one or two line deliveries that made me just go “what are you doing?”
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Polls / Re: 2010s Horror Film Bakeoff
« Last post by Bondo on Today at 06:25:38 AM »
I had to turn off Sweet Movie because I was getting very close to throwing up.
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Marathons / Re: Shocktober 2020
« Last post by Beavermoose on Today at 04:56:41 AM »
I made a Shocktober plan. Going to stream daily films for my friends.
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1DjwYw0JB_cFqsLZ6eEvW2TMgj8V05lgDjYRiVUQ05Yo/edit?usp=sharing
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