Friday, November 27, 2015

(211) Let's add a white horse and see ladies faint + links

By s. Friday, November 27, 2015 18 Comments
  • Would you look at that. Cause I've been unable to stop for a while.

  • Friday, November 20, 2015

    (210) Fermez ton bouche, son + links

    By s. Friday, November 20, 2015 18 Comments
  • I wish I were a dog stranded in Tom Hardy's house.

  • Friday, November 13, 2015

    (209) Hardylicious - the dogs/erase my mind edition + links

    By s. Friday, November 13, 2015 30 Comments
  •  That dog is my spirit animal. He is just dragging Tom to the ground. No fucking around, just let's do this man.

  • Friday, November 6, 2015

    (208) Hardylicious + links

    By s. Friday, November 6, 2015 32 Comments

  • I basically do not know how I am not catatonic right now.
  • That's right. He made a documentary to raise awareness in order to save animals. He is basically like super sexy Noah who just walks around being crazy hot, showing off his good heart and petting dogs and elephants. And he takes of his shirt and rides an elephant into a river. I just...I just can't.
  • Oh have I mentioned that he is narrating this film too?

  • Sunday, November 1, 2015

    Screaming Sunday - Bone Tomahawk

    By s. Sunday, November 1, 2015 , , 25 Comments
    Movie rating - 85/100
    Plot:  In the Old West, a sheriff (Kurt Russell), his deputy (Richard Jenkins), a gunslinger (Matthew Fox),and a cowboy (Patrick Wilson) embark on a mission to rescue three people from a savage group of cave dwellers.
    The heroes: Our brave rescue party of four (whoever gets that reference gets the rest of my Halloween candy).
    The antagonists: The cannibalistic tribe of Indians, who are not only outnumbering our heroes but are also completely ruthless and have some sort of bone stuck in their throats so they can emit the call that is seriously creepy as fuck.
    Best scene: The whole film is a string of best scenes, really.
    Oh-oh something's not right line: You have no chance against any number of them.
    What makes it so great? I am strangely not big a fan of western ever though my second favorite show of all time (Deadwood) and one of my all time favorite westerns (The Assassination of Jesse James) come from this genre. But I am a huge fan of horror. So when, as soon as this movie hit VOD, there were many raves and positive reviews for this and I saw it stars Richard Jenkins, an actor who simply never fails, I decided to watch it and what a good decision it was.

    The film is a perfect blend of western and horror - it spends 3/4 of its running time following the western formula - letting us get familiar with the feel of the film, the location, the pace and most of all get used to and really like the main four heroes, who with no regard for the safety of their own, go on perhaps suicide mission to rescue the people taken by the enemy. There are no doubts whether they should go - they just go, which already makes us admire them for their bravery.