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    LATTER DAYS Im usually not a fan of gay cinema, just because it tends to be low budget, and the actors aren't exactly A grade. However this little gem makes me warm. It might have something to do with Steven Sandvoss, since he is gorgeous and makes me crazy with his voice. He is soooooooooooooo dreamy. And yes, for you nerds who have a huge man crush on him, but will not admit it, Joseph Gordon-Levitt is in this movie too.

    CAPTAIN AMERICA Typical big budget Marvel superhero flick. Meh. I didn't love it, I didn't hate it. I will probably never watch it again.

    COWBOYS AND ALIENS Not too shabby, considering the closest thing I've ever sat through that resembled a Western was Back To The Future III. This movie had cowboys. Aliens. Action. It was fun.

    RISE OF THE PLANET OF THE APES Dull. Forgettable. Had a guy from Harry Potter in it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dice View Post
    "pretty nuts"? From what I've heard it's one of the most gruesome, torture porn and depicts sex with infants.

    How the heck does anyone watch anything like that?
    Don't believe everything you hear. I've seen A Serbian Film, and while the subject matter is certainly controversial, it is not nearly as graphic as the Hostel films. If you just read a review of the film or a summary of the plot, it would seem really explicit on paper, but most of the sex and violence described in the reviews and summaries is implied and not actually depicted.

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    My Name is Bruce Saw this one on the Netflix instant queue. I enjoyed it very much. I thought it was a part of the evil dead series, to which it is not. Though, it was good Bruce Campbell vs some kinda monster thing, and was pretty funny. I enjoyed it!

    Nothing But Trouble Well, the cast list for this flick includes Dan Ackroyd, John Candy and Chevy Chase. How could it not be great? Turns out this flick is an almost-comedy version of House of 100 corpses a good 10+ years before it was made. It was worth a chuckle, and it was neat to see Digital Underground and a very young non-hardcore non-dead Tupac Shakur in their cameo. When I looked up the movie afterwards I found that it won a ton of Razzies.. But, if yer looking for a fun dumb flick.. here it is.

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    Easily one of my favorite movies of the year. I think it's a little silly that Chris Columbus, days after it's release, grabbed the rights to remake it. Are there people THAT scared of foreign movies that they need everything Hollywooded up for them? How would they even DO that? Trolls are part of Scandinavian folklore, so it makes sense that they're roaming around. They can't have it set in America.



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    Wow.... Well, I got inebriated on my favorite mood altering substance and watched this and it was totally a blast! It was obviously made for fun and not serious, and it's just fun all the way though. Look up the trailer on youtube. I'd have posted it, but I noticed a 1 second nip-slip and didn't want to take the chance of getting a stern PM from a mod.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adam_Prince of Eternia View Post
    Don't believe everything you hear. I've seen A Serbian Film, and while the subject matter is certainly controversial, it is not nearly as graphic as the Hostel films. If you just read a review of the film or a summary of the plot, it would seem really explicit on paper, but most of the sex and violence described in the reviews and summaries is implied and not actually depicted.
    I'd read the Wikipedia article and it was very descriptive. From those descriptions, even if I couldn't see the actual acts, the implications of a man having (well I just thought about it and the descritions are tar swamp material). But you understand what I mean. It reads as though it's almost non-stop scene after scene of horror/violent porn that goes far, far beyond what I consider disgusting. Even just the ideas of many of the scenes described to me are just horrible shock value that you'd expect from a 14 year old trying to write the most disturbing things he can think of.

    If you've seen the film, what did you actually take away from it?


    I've also never seen any of the Hostel films. Too much gore porn for my taste.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dice View Post
    I'd read the Wikipedia article and it was very descriptive. From those descriptions, even if I couldn't see the actual acts, the implications of a man having (well I just thought about it and the descritions are tar swamp material). But you understand what I mean. It reads as though it's almost non-stop scene after scene of horror/violent porn that goes far, far beyond what I consider disgusting. Even just the ideas of many of the scenes described to me are just horrible shock value that you'd expect from a 14 year old trying to write the most disturbing things he can think of.
    Hence, the film is not actually as graphic as it seems on paper. Again, most of the subject matter you are objecting to is not actually seen or heard in the film, only implied or stated, but you would not know that if you based your opinion on a summary of the plot instead of seeing the film for yourself.




    Quote Originally Posted by Dice View Post
    If you've seen the film, what did you actually take away from it?
    The film is a statement about civil and political unrest in Serbia. The people live under authoritarian rule with corruption in all levels of government. They live in the shadow of neighboring military conflicts among orphans and refugees. The collapse of their economy gave rise to a black market economy in which pornography, particularly extreme pornography for primarily American audiences, is very profitable. It is an indictment not just of those who are willing to compromise their principles for money but of those who are willing to exploit their desperation.




    Quote Originally Posted by Dice View Post
    I've also never seen any of the Hostel films. Too much gore porn for my taste.
    How do you know that if you have not seen them?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adam_Prince of Eternia View Post
    Hence, the film is not actually as graphic as it seems on paper. Again, most of the subject matter you are objecting to is not actually seen or heard in the film, only implied or stated, but you would not know that if you based your opinion on a summary of the plot instead of seeing the film for yourself.
    Can you describe how it's implied? The wiki article reads "Later, Vukmir shows Miloš another one of his projects: a film of Rasa helping a woman give birth to a baby girl; Rasa then proceeds to **** the ******* in what the director calls "******* porn"." Do you ever actually see any part of this "film"? Is the child ever actually shown? Just these types of implications are enough to turn my stomach. For me the implications can be just as disturbing.

    At the end of the day the film portrays a man and his family among others in pornographic acts which are considered taboo/sick/criminal/disturbed does it not? That's really all I need to know to form the opinion that I would not enjoy this film.


    Quote Originally Posted by Adam_Prince of Eternia View Post
    The film is a statement about civil and political unrest in Serbia. The people live under authoritarian rule with corruption in all levels of government. They live in the shadow of neighboring military conflicts among orphans and refugees. The collapse of their economy gave rise to a black market economy in which pornography, particularly extreme pornography for primarily American audiences, is very profitable. It is an indictment not just of those who are willing to compromise their principles for money but of those who are willing to exploit their desperation.
    This is pretty much the standard description I keep reading in defense of this film. I was more interested in what you personally took away from it after seeing it.

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    How do you know that if you have not seen them?
    I had friends describe some of the scenes in detail. That's just not my cup of tea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dice View Post
    This is pretty much the standard description I keep reading in defense of this film. I was more interested in what you personally took away from it after seeing it.
    I haven't seen this movie & don't really think I'm going to(I saw both Hostels & those left me feeling like I needed a shower), but those reasons for the film's extreme violence & depravity(I've read them before as well) are either total bull or are some of the most pretentious things I've ever read.
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    I actually enjoyed the Hostel movies. The second one had a "so-so" ending, but I really liked the survival horror aspect to them both. Sure, there were gory scenes, but that's all horror movies have ever tried to accomplish.

    A Serbian Film looks a little interesting to me, but maybe that's cuz I can separate the reality from the fiction. In all honesty I don't see anything all that horrific from people with sex problems, and as a matter of fact I kinda don't care about people's random perversions. So I'm only hesitant to see this just cuz it looks boring to me, regardless of any overall statement it's trying to make. It's kinda like the Human Centipede and how the premise seems weak to me, let alone the description of the movie being somewhat boring in my mind.

    To each their own, but you would be more shocked and horrified watching Hellraiser than you would A Serbian Film imo

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    as for the Hostel movies I have seen them and as I said in this thread

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    Sure I have seen much gorier films than the Hostel movies, Braindead (aka Dead Alive in the USA) comes to mind but the difference I found is how it was portrayed. The gore in Braindead was immense and over the top but it was also funny which is why I could sit and eat my dinner while watching it with no problems whatsoever.

    Hostel gore, such as the guy who has the tedons on the back of his feet sliced open, while not as bloody as Braindead it still seemed worse to me because of how real it looked and I am sorry but seeing people being tortured like that even if I know fine well it is fake is just too disturbing even for me
    or as Dice put it

    Too much gore porn for my taste.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The.Idea.of.Evil View Post
    To each their own, but you would be more shocked and horrified watching Hellraiser than you would A Serbian Film imo
    I've seen the Hellraiser movies. In those cases it's much easier to seperate movie from reality, for me at least. Gore porn and things like what's described in Serbian film bother me because of how close to reality they could be. It portrays very real people and their total disregard for other human beings.

    Kinda makes me rage to be honest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dice View Post
    Can you describe how it's implied? The wiki article reads "Later, Vukmir shows Miloš another one of his projects: a film of Rasa helping a woman give birth to a baby girl; Rasa then proceeds to **** the ******* in what the director calls "******* porn"." Do you ever actually see any part of this "film"? Is the child ever actually shown? Just these types of implications are enough to turn my stomach. For me the implications can be just as disturbing.

    At the end of the day the film portrays a man and his family among others in pornographic acts which are considered taboo/sick/criminal/disturbed does it not? That's really all I need to know to form the opinion that I would not enjoy this film.
    We see a man delivering a baby. We do not see enough of the baby to know whether it is a boy or a girl. We then see Miloš get up from the table and leave the room. We do not see or hear anything that would give us an indication as to why. We then see Vukmir get up from the table and follow Miloš to the door. Vukmir then shouts to Miloš in the hallway that it is newborn porn.




    Quote Originally Posted by Dice View Post
    This is pretty much the standard description I keep reading in defense of this film. I was more interested in what you personally took away from it after seeing it.
    The film causes us to question who is more morally culpable: the performer who is willing to debase himself for money, the producer who is willing to exploit the desperate circumstances of the performer for profit, or the audience without whom there would be no demand for such a film. On its face, it is a statement about pornography but pornography is a metaphor for political corruption. It is A Serbian Film but it could easily be An American Film.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Shokoti View Post
    I rarely watch movies that aren't at the theater. My latest movie was Green Lantern for the fourth time. I rarely see movies more than once or twice at the theaters but I haven't got sick of this one yet.



    Part of me wants to see this since it's so taboo, but anytime I hear some of the details, it leaves me reconsidering. I love horror movies and have a strong stomach for gore, but this movie just sounds like shock for shock's sake.
    I want to see A Serbian Film just to see what all the hub bub is. Ive seen Cannibal Holocaust and Salo 120 days of Sodom (so called shocking) and wasn't shocked at all. I find real life to be way worse than any movie could be. Last film I watched was Fortress (1992). There is good drinking game to get ya wasted in there. Every time D-Day (Jeffrey Combs) says 'Man' take a shot. Nope I haven't tried this yet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Adam_Prince of Eternia View Post
    We see a man delivering a baby. We do not see enough of the baby to know whether it is a boy or a girl. We then see Miloš get up from the table and leave the room. We do not see or hear anything that would give us an indication as to why. We then see Vukmir get up from the table and follow Miloš to the door. Vukmir then shouts to Miloš in the hallway that it is newborn porn.


    The film causes us to question who is more morally culpable: the performer who is willing to debase himself for money, the producer who is willing to exploit the desperate circumstances of the performer for profit, or the audience without whom there would be no demand for such a film. On its face, it is a statement about pornography but pornography is a metaphor for political corruption. It is A Serbian Film but it could easily be An American Film.
    Knowing all this I still don't think I could watch it and get any sense of enjoyment from doing so. I have to ask since the wiki article seems to make much more of the movie than what's shown- the scene towards the end that involves the main characters son being "hurt"- is it graphic or just implied?

    I don't think I'd personally be able to get past the shown or implied violence to get the meaning of the film. I'd get too caught up emotionally in what was going on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sorceress View Post
    I want to see A Serbian Film just to see what all the hub bub is. Ive seen Cannibal Holocaust and Salo 120 days of Sodom (so called shocking) and wasn't shocked at all. I find real life to be way worse than any movie could be.
    I have seen both of those films and found neither of them to be all that shocking. The same is true of In a Glass Cage and Martyrs.




    Quote Originally Posted by Dice View Post
    Knowing all this I still don't think I could watch it and get any sense of enjoyment from doing so. I have to ask since the wiki article seems to make much more of the movie than what's shown- the scene towards the end that involves the main characters son being "hurt"- is it graphic or just implied?

    I don't think I'd personally be able to get past the shown or implied violence to get the meaning of the film. I'd get too caught up emotionally in what was going on.
    We see Miloš behind a body that is covered with a sheet. We only see that it is is supposed to be Petar after Miloš has stopped and pulled back the sheet. It is very obvious that they were not even filmed together.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Adam_Prince of Eternia View Post
    I have seen both of those films and found neither of them to be all that shocking. The same is true of In a Glass Cage and Martyrs.
    I'm curious- do you enjoy these types of movies for the shock value or something else? I myself am a sucker for simply knowing the story for horror movies. I never really enjoy the movies but if I ever start watching I get locked in just wanting to know the story of the killer/killers/monster. A lot of times I can just read about them and get just as much enjoyment out of it as I would have watching it.

    Quote Originally Posted by Adam_Prince of Eternia View Post
    We see Miloš behind a body that is covered with a sheet. We only see that it is is supposed to be Petar after Miloš has stopped and pulled back the sheet. It is very obvious that they were not even filmed together.
    Again the wiki article led me to believe you see the boy's injuries when he's revealed. The entire article makes it seem extremely graphic and when combined with the reviews linked, it's believable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dice View Post

    I've also never seen any of the Hostel films. Too much gore porn for my taste.
    The goriness of Hostel is totally hyped to sell the movie. It was a very dull film. The first 2/3 of the movie is following a couple of tourist d-bags as they scour Amsterdam for drugs and sex. Then when you get to the torture part, it's noting spectacular and very short. I didn't go in looking for gore, but if I was, I'd have been disappointing, even moreso than I was by the lameness of the flick.

    The reason I don't want to see Serbian Film isn't for any shock... it sounds too depressing. It could be an art film at it's core, but it's just miserable people in miserable situations heading to a miserable end. It's lame of me sure, making me the dope who always wants a happy ending, but whatever. I watch flicks to escape reality, which is depressing enough thanks to my own disorders that won't let me be 100% happy even with a decent life. I didn't even like Suckerpunch, even though I was looking forward to it, because what I thought would be a rockin' movie about Emily Browning in a schoolgirl outfit, kicking samurai-golem-zombie-steampunk-nazi ass turned out to be about a miserable person in a miserable situation heading to a miserable end.

    Grave of the Fireflies, while a wonderful movie deserving of acclaim is not one I'd ever watch a second time, because a movie about little homeless kids who slowly starve to death isn't my idea of a fun afternoon.
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    after reading about A Serbian Film I will NEVER EVER watch it under any circumstance. I know you don't see the newborn porn but it is implied and that is enough for me to have nothing to do with this movie.

    I don't believe for one second that it is artsy or anything or that it is designed to make us question ourselves about the things that we would and would not do, instead I believe that it is a sick and twisted mess of a movie created by the lowest people to ever be giving a camera and some props and anyone who enjoys this movie and any movie like it should seriously consider questioning their own sanity
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    Quote Originally Posted by sonofblaine View Post
    The goriness of Hostel is totally hyped to sell the movie. It was a very dull film. The first 2/3 of the movie is following a couple of tourist d-bags as they scour Amsterdam for drugs and sex. Then when you get to the torture part, it's noting spectacular and very short. I didn't go in looking for gore, but if I was, I'd have been disappointing, even moreso than I was by the lameness of the flick.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfsfang View Post
    after reading about A Serbian Film I will NEVER EVER watch it under any circumstance. I know you don't see the newborn porn but it is implied and that is enough for me to have nothing to do with this movie.

    I don't believe for one second that it is artsy or anything or that it is designed to make us question ourselves about the things that we would and would not do, instead I believe that it is a sick and twisted mess of a movie created by the lowest people to ever be giving a camera and some props and anyone who enjoys this movie and any movie like it should seriously consider questioning their own sanity
    thats cool , to each there own man... i dont really see the big deal tho ...its only a movie...
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    Time Barbarians was an awful 8os barbarian flick. Quest was enjoyably awful: schlocky,low budget, the same actor playing King and his heir (I think the same actor was in the TV series Coach). Conan was to wash the bad taste of Time Barbarians and the 90s Conan TV series.

    the Norseman; Severed Ways: the Norse Discovery of America; Erik the Viking
    Norseman and Severed Ways covered similar territory (Vikings vs Native Americans) with different results. Norseman was a cheesy 70s fantasy pic starring Lee Majors (the Fall Guy). Severed ways was much grittier and will remain a favorite for the scene of a viking, headbanging, to a randomly inserted metal song on the soundtrack. Erik is an often overlooked baseborn cousin to Monty Python and Time Bandits. All three are worth a watch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dice View Post
    I'm curious- do you enjoy these types of movies for the shock value or something else? I myself am a sucker for simply knowing the story for horror movies. I never really enjoy the movies but if I ever start watching I get locked in just wanting to know the story of the killer/killers/monster. A lot of times I can just read about them and get just as much enjoyment out of it as I would have watching it.
    I like them because they force us to examine things that we would rather ignore and cause us to re-asses our commitment to our attitudes and values.

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