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We would make the perfect husband/wife duo in Hollywood.

Anya, inadvertently, already serves as my muse, inspiring epic stories about love, tragedy, mystery, and dream-like gothic romance with a huge flare in a timeless fantasy setting. Some stories would be small and personal while others bigger in budget and settings.

The goal is to only do these films with Anya, because she's the one who inspires them in the first place.

And of course, she will star in EVERY one of my movies as I direct her from behind the camera.

Seems perfect, wouldn't you say?
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>>113167223
Cool, thanks!
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Anya inherits her grandfather's old theater. While rummaging around in the storage room, she finds a movie reel without a title. She invites a shy introvert cinephile to watch the movie with her. As they watch the movie, it abruptly ends. They then scurry to find the next portion of the film.
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Any feet pics?
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>>113167823
This one's cute. I like this idea.
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Now tell me, who is real Captain Marvel?
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>>113165384
Billy Batson will always be the true Captain Marvel.
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>>113165786
Redpilled, YouTube trending from American """""artists""""" is always some nigger rapper, a tranny, and a faggot.
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>>113167563
You still listen to music?
What a fag
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>>113167615
Are you fucking retarded? I went to trending (when the star wars trailer came out) and that's what I saw.
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>>113167615
>>113167563
>>113165786
>actually looking at the trending tab

You're literally the cancer on the world.

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Whats his best work? For me it goes
1. AVGN
2. Board James
3. Monster Madness
4. Rental Reviews
5. Mike and James Mondays
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>>113165739
HIs best work? I'd say the entirety of Cinemassacre Productions before outsourcing it to business mogul Ryan Schott of Screenwave Enterprises and losing all of his money.
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>>113165739

Godzilla thon is pure KINO
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>>113167242
is this true?
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>>113165739
Monster Madness
Board James
AVGN
Everything else
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Avgn the movie is his tour de force

Any good?
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>>113167813
Fucking sucked.
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>>113167877
Why are you acting so seedy

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Why wasn't there a hollywood remake yet (that episode of bojack doesn't count obviously)? seems like perfect candidate for that, far better than Alita or GitS
also post other quality animus
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>>113166034
You have never seen sunset boulevard.
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>>113166034
Sunset Blvd is hardly similar you brainlet cunt
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>>113166034
>Satoshi Kon=>plebs

damn, I was out of the anime world for too long to read that
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>>113165341
BAAASTAAARRRD!
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>>113165341
ONE PUNCH MAN

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>Amanda
>Perrin
>Spock
Why did Sarek forget Michael Burnham? edition
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>>113167562
I believe they called it an "Emergency blast door bulkhead". Also Cornwell could have just pulled the lever and slid under the door. Thing closed slow as fuck, and if a real explosion went off when it closed at that speed, it'd do fuckall to stop it.
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>>113167609

>axaniggers are Star Trek fans
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>>113167258
You stupid fucking casual, you never noticed that he doesn't remember Sybok either?
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>>113167646
In TNG, one of the reasons why they built a whole new Enterprise-D model was that they realized the Ten Forward windows didn't match the exterior of the ship.
If it was STD, they wouldn't have bothered. There's no actual thought put into their fantasy world. Thought is for nerrrds.

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I want to talk about classic Rugrats but I am the only Boomer here every time I make a thread it dies pathetically
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>>113167357
WHO LET THE DOGS OUT
WHO WHO WHO WHO
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>>113167603
The Snick era was almost good kino. Have not watched since though
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Why don't you try making this thread on /co/ then?
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>>113167747
Because that place is really really really gay
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boomers talk Scooby Doo and Flintstones wtf is this shit

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Who here likes giallo movies?

>What's your favorite and why?
Mine's pick related. The stylish music, great use of colors, simple but decent story and good pacing make it just as good or slightly better than Deep Red imo, which is always regarded as the best in the genre.

>What's your favorite bad/lesser know giallo?
Death laid an egg. The title says it all, it's weird but interesting and fun.
The close-ups of chickens in combination with the weird jazz soundtrack make it unforgettable.
Also Pieces/Mil gritos tiene la noche is a hilarious giallo-inspired slasher.
The ridiculous dialogue and the kung fu-professor scene are legendary.

Tell me about your favorites and what you like about them.
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>>113165236
The metal parts should have been instrumental desu. Phenomena had that problem too
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>>113165186
WELL ACKSHUALLY it was replicated in Friday the 13th Part II, not the original. Anyway I think the origins of the slasher genre can be traced right back to the film OP posted, Blood and Black Lace. You might as well call Bava the inventor of both giallo and slashers

Based Bava
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>>113165428

True, the very first one might be the first of the three short stories in Bava's Black Sabbath, where a girl gets anonymous phonecalls.
You have this really cool vibe because of the callers voice, the suspicion that she's being watched through the blinders, the claustrophobia due to the fact that it all plays out in one appartment.
Many of Bava's films seem to have this wonderful atmosphere, probably because of the colors used in lighting the backgrounds (the blue and red behind the windows, etc).
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>>113166120
The people who made Black Christmas had to be influenced by that Black Sabbath short. It's the same idea with just more characters and stretched out to 90 minutes. But yeah, Bava's use of lighting in incredible, my favorite of his is The Whip and the Body.
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>>113166798
Huh, I never put two and two together but you're right, there might be something there.
I wonder how many more missing links I don't know about (that you can find). Black Christmas came out in 1974 and there were still some good giallo's produced afterwards (Deep Red especially), but I can't recall any giallo or slasher between then and 1978 that really stood out (I don't count suspira).
Some directors who had something to do with giallo movies earlier in the 70s directed their own slashers in the 80s, like Lamberto Bava did Blade in the dark and Michele Soavi did Deliria (which was pretty good).

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Is this easter kino?
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>>113167525
Nah, it put me right off my choccy eggs.
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>>113167525
You already know the answer to that.
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Where's the sequel Mel??
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Why don't americans celebrate Ostara
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I was dragged to a passion play and they fucking white washed the jews and went "oh akshually pilate killed jesus the jews dindu nuffin"

how's everyone enjoying season 2 of Sabrina so far?
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>>113167524
tru dat
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>>113166485
I liked it - very innovative plots and a festive feel.
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>>113167645
HHNNNGGG!
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>>113164700
Lol that satan mask is made from the horse mask you see everywhere.
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>>113167577
its the entire way through. They even tried to do a "living with a disability" arc in a show where fucking magic exists and could effortlessly cure just about any injury. They even stuck with it for all of one season and most of the second before backpedaling on it.

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Let me see your warface /tv/
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Who would win?
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>>113165796
Synabse connecting contest
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>it took a white person to write a script that made a black woman look smart
>theater full of black-power fists in the air

They don't get it at all.
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>>113167137
it is unbelievable how stupid these creatures are

you really stuck it to the white man by paying him the admission fee
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>>113166136
>>113166246
>>113166379
Why is stupid humour like this, so funny?
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>>113167715
Because you're a deranged man-child like the rest of us here.

AI AI AI AAAAI AAAAAAAA

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What the fuck every happened to the concept of cinema as art? Film is supposed to be the ultimate canvas, and provides an opportunity for the artist to weave a tapestry of visual and audio energy that blends together providing a unique, enjoyable, and entertaining experience for the viewer.

What have we had in the past 2 decades though? A bunch of shit. Film by committee. Liberal arts college tier casting resulting in actors portraying roles that just aren't believable. A reliance of computer graphics that are video game quality, at best.

Sadly, I think the future of film lies in the individual film maker who shirks the (((hollywoodland))) system and brings back the art of practical effects, stunning visuals, and original scores. The (((hollywoodland))) system is broken, and the greed and insistence on "film by committee" and political propagandizing is too far ingrained to be cleanly removed.

So what do you think, is film still salvageable, or is it gone forever?
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>>113166369
true
>>113167123
which ones don’t you like?
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>>113167173
Haven't watched a new release since BR2049, and I streamed that shit, my man. Can't really call that having a "love" for hollywood film.

>>113167256
So why is it? Is it just a business model that needs to die, or is there just a complete lack of desire to let artists be artists?
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>>113167483
corpotatism happened, production companies merged and now there are maybe 5 when before there were thirty
they control the cinemas, the critics, now the distribution with the streaming services
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>>113165928
Blade Runner 2049 is the only film that I would consider very good in that list

>Looper

Utter shit, can't believe these are the types of film people like these days.
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>>113167572
Is there a way to stop it you think, or are we just fucked until the next big economic financial failure wrecks everything for a rebuild?

I'd like to think that small scale film makers could actually bring back the artistic side of things with shit like computer aided editing, effects and such.

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Why do girls pretend to like Marvel, Star Wars, Star Trek and Game of Thrones?
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>>113163666
That's not supposed to happen with nosebleeds...
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>>113163741
hot
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>>113163401
Cute girl
even cuter girl(male)
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>>113163401
best girls don't pretend to like the source material. they pick up relevant details and then change it up to make sense or involve faggotry, rape or both for fanfic.
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>>113163488
It's not just women that do this. The vast majority of people are literally background characters, all off the same factory line.

Most weebs are the same. Most baby boomers are the same. It's like there were a finite number of personalities in the world and they just became the norm. Generic stereotypes.


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