Is it evil?
>>33916730It's dorky cringe horror shit
>>33916730That was the only horror movie in the last 10 years that legimately made me feel uneasy. Would recommend. Typical slashers with pools of blood or movies based on cheap jumpscares don't even come close to sheer dread and eerie feeling this moveie gives.
>>33916736I felt something bad/evil while watching it. (It never happened with others horror movies)
>>33916753Why would anyone want to feel that
>>33916730Paimon hated it's depiction in the film and considered it vulgar.
They did their research let's just say that
movies aren't evilonly kids get scared by movies
>>33916730yes, hollywood movies are evil in general. i do my best to avoid watching them.
>>33916888Just leave it at that? You don't want to be more cryptic?
This movie sucked ass. It's just family drama screaming at each other for an hour and a half then an abrupt switch into a half-baked demon cult plot. Fucking boring and cringe
Rosemary's baby did it better and just as evil. They didn't cut a kids head off though
>>33916909>movies aren't evilTake a deeper look at what Hollywood does in its spare time
le slow burn but with really repulsive looking "people"
>>33917178all the movies mentioned are also ass and not worth watching, if your interested watch a 5 minute youtube video and get it out of your system and move on with you day and life
>>33916730Yeah. I like it
>>33916730I did an ambulance ride along once. During the ride along we got a call for an altered level of consciousness cancer patient. We got in after the medics, she looked sick, had no hair, pale etc, and she was fighting the NPA they were putting in as we walked through the door. The family was explaining that she had a DNR they couldnt find but without the document, it didnt matter. The odor of the house was very distinct, sort of like shit, but not exactly. Cancer smell. So we packed her up. At first I thought she was mad at me as I was trying to take her vitals but at some point I realized my presence there, as some meek and useless observer, taunted her. There I was, young, fit, in my white collared shirt, life ahead of me to do whatever I wanted, and here she was, getting ventilated despite having a DNR. We weren't even letting her die the way she wanted. She just locked eyes with me, with her big dilated pupils and dark brown eyes. Staring staring staring like black holes. I stared back into them for a while, just watching. I felt like there was some anger there, but there was an emptiness to her eyes as well, like looking into space. I got a blood pressure of maybe 60 something over nothing, she had a pulse only in her carotid from what I could tell. The guys told me to stick around at the hospital so maybe I could do CPR on her and "get to feel the bones crunch" but she just laid there in the bed staring at me from 25 feet away. Her eyes boring holes into me from far across the room. Just fixated on me and me alone. I mention this because after watching Hereditary I remembered the event very vividly, specifically the womans eyes. For an hour or so immediately after the film, I was somewhat disturbed. I believe I went and had a beer and a cheeseburger and felt much better immediately, but yes, I distinctly remember this film bringing back a traumatic experience from my past to the forefront of my attention. Makes sense if you think about it.
Midsommer is pure violence
It was definitely the best theater experience I've ever had. *That* scene caused what felt like a shockwave through the theater. The audience in my showing was pretty fucking annoying and rambunctious, but they were dead silent from that point onward. But, evil? I read they aimed for some level of authenticity with the sigils and ideas behind Paimon. So I guess it could be construed as evil, if only because they risked possible commune with a demon for our entertainment.
>>33916848>Why would anyone want to feel that
>>33919455The one where Charlie had an allergic reaction and lost her head, so to speak.
>>33916909I have to go with this. >>33917181. You can have horror films without subversion, but to pretend ulterior motives inside and out of the films don't exist is naive.
>>33916753Yeah it was great seeing a child get decapitated, watching her mother find out the next morning, and hearing her screaming and crying as the movie cuts back to ants eating away at the rotting head on the side of the road. Really good stuff. Highly recommend.
>>33917252Either lifted from some book or not, that was a compelling post.
>>33917278Don't think the movie is evil myself, but they were accurate as hell about the paimon cult. Alot of these cults that spring up around the demons in the goetia turn out similarly to that. The wedding ceremony was the most fascinating part to me.
>>33916863Please watch King Paimon's pronouns anon.
>>33916730Just a decent horror movie. Very hollywood, nothing particularly spirtual about it. Saw it on a date, was good, not sure if it's worth a rewatch though.
>>33922575>nothing particularly spiritual about itI think you should look into paul huson's mastering witchcraft.
>Hereditary is a 2018 American psychological horror film written and directed by Ari Aster in his feature directorial debut.>Aster was born into a Jewish family in New York City on July 15, 1986
>>33917252I would also put a curse on you as she did for meddling in her depart
>>33922451spoilers you faggot
>>33922582I know I'm replying to myself here, but I'm going to say it again as it's important. I *really* think you should look into Mastering Witchcraft. I think afterwards, you should research Magister Officiorum by Julio Ceasar Odie, released in January 2018. It's main focus is on Aligning with paimon.Hereditary was shot in 32 days, and released in June 2018.
>>33916753>>33916773>That was the only horror movie in the last 10 years that legimately made me feel uneasy.>I felt something bad/evil while watching it. (It never happened with others horror movies)pic related for me
>>33916730This movie is the reason I dived into the occult, and that ruined my life.
>>33922680>and that ruined my life.elaborate
>>33922676Slight correction, Lake Mungo didn't feel "bad/evil" but it did feel hauntedA lot of people feel the same way about the Exorcist
Poltergeist is unironically evil. The movie is about a house on an indian buriel ground and yet they had the gall to use real human corpses in the climactic scene of the film. They mocked their own premise and in the process demonstrated a completely lack of reverence for the dead. As a result the cast of the film was cursed and the little girl died very young.
>>33922759>As a result the cast of the film was cursed and the little girl died very young.Yeah, that's why she died young...
>>33922790still cursed and evil
>>33922673Sorry, epic failure on my part. Opposite of awesomesauce. If you want an unspoiled alternative i'd highly recommend cartel execution compilation 2022
>>33916730I enjoyed it. Not sure how a movie can be ebil beyond spawning threads here asking about Paimon
>>33922692I studied he 72 Goetia demonsGot obsessed with it. Dived more into the occult and dark magick. Made an attempt to do magick. Didnt work. Tried contacting demons to help me develop my magick. Get crazy. Parents concerned. Sent me to a psychiatrist. Called it "Schizophrenia". Take meds. Feel even worse. Ever since then I developed depression.
>>33922909Paimon? Who's that? How could I get in contact with this person?
>>33923187sounds like you weren't ready
>>33916730(((Ari Aster))) knows how to make a film. This movie and Midsommar are textbook examples of trauma-based mind control. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6gt-DsWO4ks&t=2s
>>33916730Ho yes, Hereditary felt definitely evil to me. Did you guys know that there are a lot of Easter eggs in this movie? In several scenes, the end is foreshadowed, even the little girl's death is, if I remember correctly. Some YouTube videos explain it.The horror movie that haunted me the most and that I felt really evil was The Babadook, when we can relate to horror and it calls fear we buried deep within ourselves, a movie can even become traumatic, this is what The Babadook was for me. As I was raised by a single mom and beaten every day as a child, I had no escape, I was trapped in that flat with a monster and driving crazy, not a single freaking teacher had the wonderful idea to call CPS because of the bruises on my body, that boy in the movie alone with her mom going crazy at him brought me back memories I had long forgotten, it was a super weird and unpleasant experience.
>>33923290>hour and 12 minutescan I get a qrd
>>33923293babadook was shit
>>33923190>how to contact King Paimonthe best you can hope for is apathy anon
>>33923290> ((Ari Aster))Seriously it's like only mentally ill ashkenazi jew genes could come up with the fucked up stuff put into some horror movies. You don't even need wikipedia's early life section anymore it's so obvious. "God's chosen people" makes so much more sense when you look at it like "Yaldabaoth's chosen people".
>itt: Troper Tales Nightmare Fuel
All of the niggers in this thread need to read a fucking book Goetia is not even hard to get into nor is invoking Paimon
>>33916730Reminder that horror movies don't exist, they're just footage of Australia.
>>33923187Goetia is entry level magic lmao
>>33923492getting into it is easy. getting out? well thats another story, isn't it?
are demons inherently malevolent?
>>33922644Damn, you guys are such fags
>>33923458kikes aren't even human, they are literal demons and some of the most evil kind. i have come to call them the children of canaan because of the evil they bring upon this world.https://files.catbox.moe/hjqs96.mp4https://youtu.be/6Wg2hC3qAeQ?t=986
>>33925142>There's really no other accounting for its popularity.It's A24 and it's muh slow-burn nu-horror, it had a built-in fanbase either way
>>33925161Hereditary was its second-highest grossing, and was the first true blockbuster they ever had. They'd been around for a few years, but this film made them a household name.
>>33923187When you summon your soul tying yourself to the summon you chose. It's not schizophrenia it's entry level sharing a body.
>>33925318>When you summon your soul tying yourself to the summon you chose.wut
>>33922500Thanks but no it actually happened to me. Im not an EMT, decided not to go the medical route. Ive never really told anyone about it except maybe one person. Also this story is nothing to an EMT, they see shit far worse than this on a near daily basis. >>33922644I wasnt the one bag-valve-masking her, but she did seem to fight it every time they pumped it. I was just sitting there watching her and trying to get a blood pressure, which I couldnt. Im glad I didnt have to do CPR on her. Whats weird is she was staring at me almost as if she "saw" something there, in me or around me or whatever.
>>33923187People who think summoning demons is a risky-yet-profitable venture have never actually met one off its leash.If you believe in demons, you believe in God.Pray regularly. It does the opposite of what demon-summoning did.
>>33925413>If you believe in demons, you believe in God.I don't follow your logic
>>33925455Yes you do.
>>33925458No, I don't
>>33925476You're pretending to be obtuse, but you're not even fooling yourself.
>>33925480I can believe in demons and not believe in the singular all-powerful God you seem to be referring to.Even if you appeal to a law of opposites, the opposites of demons would be angels or something similar. I can believe in demons and not believe in Christianity so that's not it either. Maybe there are only smaller-scale spiritual entities and no "God." Or maybe all of the spiritual entities are malevolent.
>>33925520You were willing to admit the possibility of demonic entities in order to gain some petty power, but you're in total denial about the possibility of God. The reason being that you want never to be held responsible for bad choices. And the bad outcomes don't matter if there's no Ultimate Intelligencebehind anything. Nihilism is escapism.You know who does believe in God? The author of the Grimoire you used.If you want a solid deductive proof, look up Aristotle's argument from motion.>>33925516Pray.
>>33925553>You were willing to admit the possibility of demonic entities in order to gain some petty powerI'm not the guy who did the summoning shit>but you're in total denial about the possibility of GodI didn't say that
>>33925565>I'm not the guy who did the summoning shitThen I wasn't talking to you and have little interest in your opinion.
>>33916730Idk but this movie has low frequency sounds playing in the background in certain scenes making it more eerie,has anyone else noticed this?
>>33925641>Then I wasn't talking to youTough shit, you are now
>>33925676Some movies do shit like that or binaural to fuck with your headI think Irreversible did that
>>33916730Cringe reddit horror movie with a retarded plot that tries to cover up its plot holes by being vague and artsy. Basically its a two hour soap opera starring le crazy mother, le demonic daughter, le straightman father, and le stoner teenage son up until the end, where a bunch of cliche scares get hamfisted into the ending. Baby's first psychological horror
>>33925689>Cringe reddit horror movie with a retarded plot that tries to cover up its plot holes by being vague and artsy.
>>33916773>I felt something bad/evil while watching it. (It never happened with others horror movies)I think that effect is partially caused by infrasound, I read somewhere that there's a low tone that plays constantly throughout the movie that you only notice if you're really listening for it. Other horror movies have done this trick, but I believe he really amplified it for this film. Same shit that was reportedly going on at the Astroworld crush incident where the zoomers in attendance were reporting that a weird pulsing tone was playing the whole day while they were waiting in line.
>>33925686yep i know,that movie artic void or something like that,does it too,it made me really anxious while watching that shitty ass movie,don't watch it
>>33925704>Arctic Void (2022)>4.8 on IMDB>No Wikipedia Page>No Tomatometer, only 2 Critic Review and 25 Audience ReviewsYou're one of the only people in the world who watched this movie, anon
>>33925724yeah lol the movie is exactly about a weird sound that fucks with peoples minds but that's revealed at the very end,I immediately noticed the weird sounds in the background and the obvious subliminal techniques in the music
>>33925740>I immediately noticed the weird sounds in the background and the obvious subliminal techniques in the musichopefully the sound editor sees this to know at least one person picked up on it
>>33922551After this movie was released there was an explosion of demonic magick books on Amazon that just caused a huge ripple in the occult community. Before, us occultists just worked with the Damon Brand angel magick books and some people just dabbled with EA Koetting and S Connolly stuff. But that end of summer of 2018 was extremely intense for me as I saw an occult Facebook group turn into a full blown demonic cult called The Order of Dark Arts. And then demon book after demon book was released by different authors and it just seemed like everyone was into the goetic spirits.The movie was perfect timing for the era. I'm barely getting into demonic magick now after so many years of treading lightly.
>>33922759>burielthis movie is decent at best kek
Ari Aster is a cunning storyteller and versed occultist. (The Astors, by the way are one of the main Illuminati bloodlines. Aster, as well as Alton, are just offshoots of the main family line. They sometimes change the last names slightly, or different spellings came down when they moved from Europe.)I declined to watch the movie, though I watched a couple YouTube videos on it and made myself familiar with the plot. From what I can tell the movie is more or less an initiation into hideous occult knowledge. They wisely changed Paimon's sigil very slightly so as to not curse the entire production, but all in all the entire film is brilliantly calculated. Yes, it is evil. Don't watch it. Don't fuck with Goetia nonsense.
Its the judeo christian , north american view of PAIMON.So its cool but ,its just christian bullshit.
>>33925703...is it the same effect that gives me tinnitus whenever I activate tube tvs?
>>33926500The doubles of the void.Speaking facts.
>>33925520Sorta like Muslims and their morally-grey djinni?
>>33925413Pray to a good of evil violence and fear.Yeah Nice advice, asshole.
>>33916753>made me feel uneasy>sheer dread>Would recommendABSOLUTELY SUBVERTED
>>33916730It's evil like all horror movies: by being made into an event of entertainment, the story of the film is worshipped/glorified for it's shock value as a product by the audience like the cult members in the film who worship demons for a purely economic exchange (immortality or something.) The two instances have different 'idols' for the same relation. Witness the very same semiotic of viewer who watches, actor that knows they are being watched, and act that requires them both for the 'ritual' to be effective that makes porn so lucrative/addictive.
>>33916909Incorrect, have you seen the ghost busters remake?? Scariest thing I've seen in my life lainon
>>33922790"red leather shoes"steven Spielberg>"do you remember heather o'rourke?-looks down at red leather shoes"Macaulay Culkin> "i wanted to puke"
probably. ive watched it over 5 times now, yet keep wanting to rewatch it, as i am drawn to the potency of that darkness. theres something about it.
>>33925703this cant be why, as i have really messed up ears so i often watch movies with captions, sound off. still gives the same energy as when ive watched with sound.
>>33922759Steven Spielberg raped her by the way
>>33922624>NOOOO NOT LE HECKING JOOOOS IN I-N IN HOLLYWOOOOOOOD DIRECTING LE SPOOOKY MOOOOVIES
>>33916730Everything that director produces can be reduced down to subconscious outbursts motivated by his Jewish victim narrative and dysfunctional neuroticism.Oh, and the movie was mediocre.
>>33929527>White people living together and having their own ethnic culture is CREEPY and EVIL
>>33929576You nailed it. I don't know if Ari even knows why he made that movie, but the intension is pretty easily elucidated after a single viewing. Ari is scared of Europeans. He feels that he is an eternal outsider and has generated a fictitious depiction of white/Euro paganism to better express his deep seated xenophobia of their old customs, attitudes, beliefs, etc.
>>33929576just watch it as a happy ending kek
>>33929742I imagine the ending is what kikes fantasize about doing to Europeans. Therefore it's much more enjoyable if you take that notion and replace Europeans with kikes out of pure spite.
>>33916863The real King Paimon loves the movie and went so far as to punish me quite cruelly for bashing it. My life was like a shitty horror movie for awhile, and it's all because of this movie.
>>33922644>doubles at the extremes followed by inverted digits and a double in the middledamn
>>33929576>>33930084Honestly, I think Midsommar is pretty good as a general depiction of how cults operate; he just chose white European pagans because that's what kikes fear most. It works just as well if you mentally replace them with any other cult like Synanon or NXIVM or whatever. It's also one of the few movies to portray casual recreational drug use (DUDE WEED LMAO) as something negative and used for control. None of the characters are thinking straight because they're all high as fuck the whole time.
>>33916730I got dragged to an "alternative flea market" and some hipsters were selling prints of the Seal of Paimon with imagery of the movie as well, like the pidgeon head. Somehow I think having normies commercialize Goetic demons is a very bad thing
>>33917149Ok pop-pop, Thursday night fooseball is back on, time to take your happy pills again!
>>33926495>33926495so you are saying he's a cunning linguist?