So here's my drunken horror film review for Sinister:The film has some build up like paranormal activity, and you might be confused by it's description into thinking it's a horror anthology film. It's not. It's not like any of those films. Also, it's not especially scary or original. In the end, I found it anti-climatic. I've seen such a scene before, and watched a far more terrifying movie to get to it.That said, there was some solid cinematography, and folks who love really slow-burn horror films, might want to check this out. I'm thinking fans of The Babadook, and the like.
American PsychoHoly shit this is so self sytrical. Dexter meets Mad Men meets Wall Street. 80s awesome.
Quote from: SkepticTank on March 11, 2017, 09:21:23 AMAmerican PsychoHoly shit this is so self sytrical. Dexter meets Mad Men meets Wall Street. 80s awesome.welcome to a hundred years ago!
I watched a movie called "Primer." It's on Netflix now. It's a low-budget indie film released in 2004 but by the looks of it, was shot in the mid to late 90's, and it takes place then, too, during the tech boom leading up to the dot-com bubble. It's a time travel paradox story. Here's a fan-made trailer. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3nj5MMURCm8
Who the fuck recommended Blind? It's in Norwegian with subtitles and very weird.
Primer is awesome, but ultimately nonsensical. Anyone claiming to have figured it out is full of shit. Still, it's well solid, and a must see for fans of time travel films.