Horror movie general
What are some good horror movies to watch?
What are some masterpieces of the decade so far?
Fuck /tv/, I followed my dream to be a director. My parents mortgaged their house and a significant portion of their retirement to fund my dream. Costing $1 million in total. They all think Im gonna be famous. But the movie sucks ass. Everyone I show to says its horrible. Every festival rejects it. I don't have the courage to tell them that I wasted their retirement. What should I do? The film is beyond terrible. Why did my parents believe in me, why didn't they realize what a fuck up I am?
on the off-chance this isn't a troll, plenty of director's first movies are shit, and plenty of directors spent years trying to break in. it took david lynch five years to make eraserhead. just learn from the experience and reedit and reshoot, or make another movie.
What's /tv/'s opinion of Lost
And more importantly, what the fuck was going in Season 4 and 5
Which of these magnificent auteurs that truly changed the way in which we view and dissect cinema is the greatest of all time?
Family Guy/Simpsons Live Thread
It'll be over soon...
ITT be as early 2000s as you possibly can
IIT: 10/10 commercials
Post an actor/actress' eyes and guess who they belong to.
How do I into movies?
LEGO CIA storytime!
Uuuh… You don´t get to bring friends.
They are NOT my friends.
Hi /tv, any (wannabe)filmmakers here?
I'm currently in my final year of film school and i feel i haven't learnt much in my shitty 3 years there.
I was wondering if anyone on these boards could help me by pointing me in a good direction to learn and immerse myself even more? are there any good forums out there for cinematography/vfx etc?
I thought of asking here at /tv because I've discovered great stuff on 4chan before. such as great music and good films.
>Go to work in big studio
>Do stupid movies like transformers/TDKR or any toy/comic shit
>Make money & learn at the same time
>Make a movie about niggers or strong women in '20s
Hi, thanks for the tips man!
Currently I'm working at A+E networks which owns stuff like history channel. But what i feel is the stuff they do is too commercial and lacking in any artistic integrity.
What I'm looking for is a great website or forum to browse and learn about new technology/ discuss good films/ cinematography techniques for low budgeters etc.
Why don't more people like Hannibal?
Thoughts on this one?
>Single mother Claire Peterson (Jennifer Lopez) develops an affair with Noah Sandborn (Ryan Guzman), a teenage boy who moves next door and befriends her son, Kevin (Ian Nelson). When she attempts to end the relationship, however, he reveals himself to be much more violent and possessive than she realized.
What are the top ten "must watch" films, for a lowly pleb trying to become patrician?
1. The Shawshank Redemption (1994)
2. The Godfather (1972) 9.2
3. The Godfather: Part II (1974)
4. The Dark Knight (2008)
5. Pulp Fiction (1994)
6. The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (1966)
7. Schindler's List (1993)
8. 12 Angry Men (1957)
9. The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (2003)
10. Fight Club (1999)
Orson Welles: Citizen Kane (1941)
Alfred Hitchcock: North By Northwest (1959)
Bela Tarr: Werckmeister Harmoniak/ Werckmeister Harmonies (2000)
Fritz Lang: Metropolis (1926)
Majid Majidi: Color Of Paradise (1999)
Charles Chaplin: Limelight (1952)
Lars von Trier: Riget/ Kingdom (1995)
Theo Angelopoulos: O Thiasos/ Travelling Players (1975)
Robert Aldrich: Hush Hush Sweet Charlotte (1965)
Emir Kusturica: Underground (1995)