How does one get into the business of writing horror movies?
>mfw theres a nude scene
Has anyone seen this film? I have some questions
do you prefer slow, atmospheric horror that shows little to nothing, jump scare horror, or gorecore?
im looking for some good movies (preferably South Korean, but Asia in generall is also OK) similar to the movies mentionend in the title.
no tears for the dead
the man from nowhere
the good the bad and the weird
i saw the devil
a company man
White people love Wayne Brady... because he makes Bryant Gumbel..... look like Malcolm X.
I'ma tell you something about me Joe Rogan that you might not know.
I smoke rocks.
Has there ever been a film developed by a completely isolated society/community?
Like some African village in buttfuck nowhere, and a team of hipsters just gave them film equipment and said "make shit"?
>Uganda has a thriving film community apparently
Places like Senegal too, but I think that's because since a lot of euros came and colonized and stuff they got inspired, but that has influence
I mean they have almost no exposure to any film so it's from nothing
Can somebody recommend the best Beatles documentaries?
What are some black and white movies on netflix?
What are some essential /thecorecore/ movies?
Dr Tuco. Im Blondie
Can You Spare a Dime?
Best Day Ever or Karate Island (holy fuck were those awful)
The Nasty Patty (criminally underrated)
Looks like they are almost at issue fifty!
Just marathoned the first hour of the first episode of Mr. Robot
How is it?
Previously on Lost......