Post-halloween film marathon

I know it's almost christmas but



tiktik (2012)

I’ve seen this flick weeks ago already but hey let me exploit the overly creative blog post title okay? I’ve seen this film in the cinema with shai and we were laughing half the time. The other half was spent transferring from seat to seat and exchanging annoyed looks because half of one girly couple (as in a couple of two girls) had her mobile phone pen light turned on throughout the movie and she sucked and i hated her because of that so please don’t ever do that in the cinema because it annoys the fuck out of other people. As for the viewing part of the experience, i was actually expecting 100% horror slash suspense material with a little dash of drama maybe since nobody ever really told me about it hopping onto the loveboat of comedy so i really loathed myself sort of for disregarding the fact that ramon bautista was in it and that ramon bautista was all about giggles and shit related to giggles. When it comes to visuals, i was kinda annoyed by the graphics since it was too realistic and too three-dimensional for me that everything looked unreal and everything looked as if it was made of non-shiny plastic and matté. The storyline wasn’t at all that awesome, but hey, screw dingdong, EVERYONE SHOULD HAVE HIS DOSE OF HOT PREGNANT LOVI POE SHOOTING UNEARTHLY CREATURES WITH WHAT SEEMED TO BE A SUPER DUPER HEAVY ARMALITE, YA?



28 days later (2002)

Zombie guts. Zombie guts and Cillian Murphy’s hot skinny bod because I am into hot skinny bods now and the Ninth Doctor were all here and it’s an apocalypse movie with zombielike creatures in it so I think people should watch it, really. Lots of pew-pews and sugar-overdosing and Valium-popping too! Sounds fun, eh?



the evil dead (1983)

Yuck. I would’ve taken a screenshot of it but i forgot i’ve zapped the .avi file out of the recycle bin forever.



the exorcist (1983)

This was not the first time i saw this film, but i never really understood any of it the first time i saw it because i was still a dumb little boy back then. The storyline does not really stand out—it was a straight to the point, “ahhh my child was possessed turn her back into a normal kid again oh wow that was quick thanks but sorry you died in the process” sort of film with no plot twists so i kinda got bored watching it but i’m not saying people should stop watching it or recommending it to other people because i think (I THINK) people living in the 70’s have not yet considered films like these to be cliché and i think that that’s a good enough reason to sort of suck, but please let the audience do some thinking goddamnit. Also, there are some graphic stuff in it so i think sadists or masochists or whatever-you-call-them-pain-loving-folks ists will sort of like it because yes there is blood involved.



triangle (2009)

This film is one huge mindfuck but then an hour and eight minutes into it you’ll think that you’ve already gotten the hang of it but you actually don’t because things get even more complicated after that. Whatever i will say next may or may not be a spoiler—if it is don’t tell me i didn’t tell you because i evidently did—but at first i thought Aeolus has sort of fallen into a time riff and Jess and Greg and the others were just painted with bad luck but in the end you’ll figure that this movie is really one hell of a mind boomer and that the screenwriter was a genius nutz. Besides the epic storyline may i just note that i found it super amazing how the people behind this film whoever they are were able to turn this shit into some sort of a horror film (but then i know not what i horror film truly is sorry for that)—WITHOUT PUTTING OUT THE SUN! Fucking awesome, right? However, if people are not actually into horror films and epic storylines, well, the actors are quite yummy (Jess and Vic and Greg especially) so i really think people should see this shit. Awesome, hot, crazy shit.



resident evil: retribution (2012)

It was frustrating to see how hot the actors were—the guys’ arms were super sexy and i loved catching glimpses of them because unf and alice had such a small frame which i can only wish to have as i think i will never ever get the motivation to actually go on a diet or exercise regularly or do whatever those healthy sexy fit people on telly say they do. Also, i wasn’t impressed by how alice’s epic ninja skillz suddenly skyrocketed from 100 to 2000 because that’s super unacceptable in the real world. There were lots scenes where i thought they are too shit fucked to survive but they survived anyway—i mean wow shit kulang nalang they shoot lazers out of their mouths or something. But i guess that is totally what they’d be doing the in the 6th instalment and man i wish it’d come out already.



poltergeist (1982)

I was supposed to finish this film with monica but we moved on to films with Ellen Page in it so i guess we forgot about this particular one but it was hanging out in my movie folder and since this was a post-halloween marathongs, why not, eh? So the only creepy thing in this film was the clown-like doll but i guess the animated tree put out all the creepiness. Ah, the 80’s. I learned lots about the other spectrum from this clairvoyant and i really think that this film served its educational purpose well. Also, portals!

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