I've had this in my library for a month or so now and just viewed it for the first time last nite. This is SUCH a prolific film. Martyrs is so well crafted it reminds me of Let The Right One In (Låt den rätte komma in) - genre defining story elements and wonderfully shot scenes. Even though most peeps consider this a 2-3 act film, the way that it threaded me through…See More
For Austinites and visitors to our great city:This is the place to find out when and where the boys (and robot) from Spill, will be getting together for drinks, movies, drinks, special occasions, and just hanging out together. Oh, and drinks.See More
Just got back from seeing this amazing rebirth of Raimi's horror vision and it did NOT dissapoint! I'm actually glad that he went with DMTH instead of EvilDead4, only because I almost think this was him getting his horror feet wet again. I'm sure he and Professor Chin (THE Bruce Campbell) will team up at some point to move the Evil Dead series ahead. Anyhoo, just wanted to lift this one up for discussion.****** SPOILERS AHEAD ******Altogether, a flawless piece of Raimi mayhem. I can't really…See More
Let The Right One In / Alien / Underworld / Super Troopers / Galaxy Quest / The Devil's Rejects / Sunshine / Ratatouille / Star Trek (2009) / Unforgiven (pretty much love all of Clint's flix) / Blade Runner / Transformers / The Messenger / Coal Miner's Daughter / Blade / Anchorman / The Hulk (2008) / LOTR / Raising Arizona / Kung Fu Panda / The French Connection / Pulp Fiction / Hot Fuzz / Martyrs / zomg so many more...
All Time Worst Movies:
Graveyard Shift *shudder* / Anything from the 'Dance Flick', 'Epic Movie' idiots...
Favorite Actors or Actresses:
Sigourney Weaver / William Forsythe / Clint Eastwood / Robert Downey Junior / Gwyneth Paltrow / Sam Rockwell / Bill Hader / Willem Dafoe / Vin Diesel (I know - I was surprised to just find that out...) / Sissy Spacek / Jack Black / Judy Dench / Will Ferell / Tim Roth / Hellen Mirren / Keira Knightley / George Clooney / Ed Norton Jr. / John Goodman / Bruce Campbell / Meryl Streep / Tommy lee Jones / Paget Brewster / Gene Hackman / Brad Pitt / Gary Oldman / Robbie Coltrane ...
Luc Besson / Rob Zombie / Guillermo Del Toro / Danny Boyle / Sam Raimi / the Pixar crew / Ridley Scott / David Lynch / Quentin Tarantino ...
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I think I may find more spectacular 2D animation if I did watch more anime. The last that I watched was 'Cowboy Bebop' and that was years ago. I'm sure there have been some good additions since then that contribute to the genre.
Thanks for the friend request. Those are great examples of 2D/3D marriage, though I seen some animation works (ie. a recent Ironman cartoon series) that use mainly computer renderings that leaves me a bit bothered. They use a cell shading look to trick, to mass the cheapness; looks more like a low colour paletted game cut-scene. Technically nice but not pleasing, definitely not artistic.
Anyway, guess I am becoming old and set in my ways. ;)