Eh, not that obscure. I don't even know if the movie's any good (though I desperately want it to be); I'm just happy it's getting a DVD release in a few months since it got piss-poor distribution in the US.
If you like this, you might want to check out Schmidt's solo album as Sinoia Caves, though it's a bit sparser. It's pretty cheap on Amazon mp3, like or so.
I thought this was a loving ode to giallo.
The soundtrack and the art direction were tops.
Who cares if its meaningless, it's better than bland torture porn.
listening to it again now I am totally reminded of Phantasm
|Dumb Lamer |
I really, really wanted this to be a good movie. It looked like something I'd later buy on Blu-Ray.
The movie was terrible. It is literally THIS three minute clip expanded to two hours with very little dialog (and half of the dialog was mumbled). The clips in this video are some of the fastest clips in the entire film. I can enjoy slow films. I LOVE surreal films... but this one was too much and too long!
It had some great visuals, though. A "best of" on YouTube would be better than making yourself watch the entire film. I 5-starred this clip for this very reason: beautiful visuals, boring movie.
|Old People |
There was a lot to dislike in this movie. However, I fuckin loved it. Densely atmospheric throughout, amazing head-asploding scene, brilliant visuals, genuinely disturbing zombie encounter, the brief bit where the doctor answers a phone call from a computer, the scene with the creepy drawings and their unwholesome implications about the doctor's experiments in consciousness; all these things and more made this a kickass movie.
My girlfriend hated it and walked out halfway through, and she's more intelligent and sensitive than I am, so if you're a semi-educated, half-bright, upjumped redneck like me, you'll dig this film 'cause you'll think it's art.
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