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Movie's that are NOT for the faint of heart

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#21 by kwimy » Sat Dec 24, 2016 11:34

A Serbian film The most disgusting and depraved movie I've seen and I've seen thousands, don't know if it's worse for faint of heart or stomach, surely for both.



Martyrs is also quite tough.



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#22 by pindokhan123 » Sat Dec 24, 2016 13:44

yep i agree hes more of the indiana jones as we know him,this role was pretty unique and challenging for him,nonetheless he acted the part well...........any film with a good story,gr8 direction is my cup of tea....
some films nowadays even tho the cast may be good ,storyline really sucks and not a success at the box office either,people will just to watch em coz of whose in it rather than a captivating storyline.


the first horror film i ever saw was when i was really young i think it was zombies can never forget it,,sat on the sofa and watched it with my dog :D
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#23 by valerie » Sat Dec 24, 2016 14:23

Yep and every generation has it's actors that they more or less grow up with.
I think those movies with your favorite actors stick with you no matter how old you get.

I prefer watching movies that I watched when I was a kid and even many movies that
came out before I was born. I prefer color but I watch many old black and white movies.

I grew up watching actors such as Steve McQueen, Natalie Wood, Jerry Lewis, Dean Martin,
Johnny Carson (talk show host), Lee Marvin, Ann Margaret, Lee Van Cleef, Clint Eastwood,
Charles Bronson, Jack Palance, Sam Elliott, Jimmie Stewart....and lots more of the old
actors of which more are long since deceased.

At this time of year, I like to watch Danny Kaye.....he is one of my favorite all time comedy actors.
Love the 'court jester'.

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#24 by dutch1898 » Sat Dec 24, 2016 14:49

Alfred Hitchcok's The Birds is one I found scary
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#25 by Micshad » Sat Dec 24, 2016 15:36

valerie wrote: Yes I saw the movie....fugitive. It was a good movie but a little hard to watch Harrison Ford
playing that part. I grew up watching the series on television and it was an excellent tv series.
Sooo it was not as good as the original series cast. Primarily:

David Janssen
and
Barry Morse

I think all the young and old ladies was in love with David Janssen.
And Barry Morse, most hated man.....great actor!

Look up the original series some time. You may be able to find some of the programs from the original
series. You'll see what I mean if you watch one or two of them.


David Janssen, David Janssen. For some reason, i love to hear his voice. Anyway, I've watched Centennial 3 times....once when it was first on TV as the mini-series and twice on TV...just a couple days ago, one station had every episode on as a marathon but I still haven't seen Episode 1 all the way through. :( When it comes on again, I hope i will know about it so I can watch the whole thing again.

As for horror movies, some of those made for TV movies are worse than those in the theaters. The zombie movies are really creepy. There are so many torture and gory movies lately, I can't even think of the names of them. I just saw part of Annabelle the other day but don't know much about it since even though I had the station on, I was too busy to concentrate and really watch it.
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#26 by pindokhan123 » Sat Dec 24, 2016 16:33

val am just watching Autopsy of Jane Doe,,,,,,,,,,finding it pretty scary,,half way through it,needed a break coz gettin bit too much,am watching it alone ,a few silent screams here and there :o

pretty good so far and quite scarey i rate it 7/10 so far :xthumbup:

just gathering my courage up to watch the rest,,,,,,, :shock:
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#27 by valerie » Sat Dec 24, 2016 17:35

Yep, the Jane Doe movie is not super scary but it is different and I guess a lot
of that is due to the good actors and great cinema filming. Whew! It's a dossey, tho. :lol:
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#28 by pindokhan123 » Sat Dec 24, 2016 18:23

well saw the rest need something bit more light hearted,well this one is hilariously funny,weird sense of humour as well as loads of original sketches,,,,Borat has got it all!

heres the link to watch it direct val if you into that kind of sexy gory funny witty,call it what you will but it fits everything :D


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#29 by valerie » Sat Dec 24, 2016 19:05

I don't like Borat. I do think I have seen that one though.
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#30 by pindokhan123 » Sat Dec 24, 2016 19:52

yeah i found it quite rude in places ,strange , weird and wacky humour is what i would call this,,,,,,,hes quite different i guess perhaps not to everyone's taste but something amusing nevertheless :lol:
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#31 by valerie » Sat Dec 24, 2016 20:58

Well it's Christmas eve, maybe you might want to watch some of the holiday movies.

I always watch these about now:

Christmas Vacation - Never gets old

It's a Wonderful Life - I love Jimmie Stewart and this one is great in color

Christmas Story - Actually wrote by a man that grew up the same place I did but a few years older than I.

Arsenic and Old Lace - One of my favorite movies of all time.
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#32 by pindokhan123 » Sat Dec 24, 2016 21:12

actually i tell you what i wouldnt mind watching scrooge again,really love the old classic,this one is really old 1951 with Alistair Sim,you seen it Val?
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#33 by pindokhan123 » Sat Dec 24, 2016 21:13

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#34 by valerie » Sat Dec 24, 2016 23:38

Yes I like the old one also.
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#35 by Marcel-R6 » Sun Dec 25, 2016 06:56

How about the Saw franchise,I didn't even think those where scary at all more like boring after seeing the first one.

And oh yeah Borat sucks :xlol:
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#36 by indian117 » Sun Dec 25, 2016 07:41

Dead or Alive the Goriest movie ever made.. Directed by Peter Jackson....
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#37 by msblahms » Sun Dec 25, 2016 07:45

indian117 wrote: Dead or Alive the Goriest movie ever made.. Directed by Peter Jackson....

peter jackson never directed any such film
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#38 by Nikorj » Sun Dec 25, 2016 08:01

msblahms wrote:
indian117 wrote: Dead or Alive the Goriest movie ever made.. Directed by Peter Jackson....

peter jackson never directed any such film[

Yes he did,But it's called Dead alive or Braindead in other parts of the world

One of my favourites when it comes to Gory/Funny B movies :thumbup:
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#39 by msblahms » Sun Dec 25, 2016 08:06

yes braindead i have seen and it was more of a comedy
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#40 by indian117 » Sun Dec 25, 2016 08:18

msblahms wrote: yes braindead i have seen and it was more of a comedy

Goriest Movie ever made .. They used tons of tomato ketchup in that movie ...
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