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Forum: Movie Reviews 01-19-19
Replies: 14
The Hamish watches some things ....
Posted By The Hamish
Re: The Hamish watches some things ....

Scars Of Dracula (1970, Roy Ward Baker)
Solid if uninspired late Hammer entry. Is Michael Ripper in it? Yes! One of last gothic films the studio produced before trying ... a few different things...
Forum: General Movie Discussion 01-18-19
Replies: 57,989
Rate The Last Movie You Saw
Posted By The Hamish
Re: Rate The Last Movie You Saw

I watched that Bohemian Rhapshody last night. I admit I am not a Queen fan (Sheer Heart Attack and Bicycle Race are the only two of theirs I can stand ....ach, Who Wants To live Forever as well...
Forum: Games and Tabs 01-18-19
Replies: 3,934
Name the Director
Posted By The Hamish
Re: Name the Director

Citizen scores. Mario Bava is one of the greats in my book.
Forum: General Movie Discussion 01-17-19
Replies: 36
What criteria do you use to evaluate movies
Posted By The Hamish
If it's a comedy, it should make me laugh. I've...

If it's a comedy, it should make me laugh. I've been reevaluating some films recently myself and it's been about a 50/50 hit rate. these being older films that I either didn't want to watch at the...
Forum: General Movie Discussion 01-17-19
Replies: 141
What's the definition of a "horror" movie?
Posted By The Hamish
Re: What's the definition of a "horror" movie?

Horror is a subjective term. I have a Mike Leigh film (Hard Labour, 1974) which is terrifying imo. The Lobster was a quirky wee flick until they go to the mall ..... eeek etc. Spoorloos is a good...
Forum: Games and Tabs 01-17-19
Replies: 3,934
Name the Director
Posted By The Hamish
Here goes nowt ... 51039 ...

Here goes nowt ...


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Forum: Movie Reviews 01-16-19
Replies: 14
The Hamish watches some things ....
Posted By The Hamish
Re: The Hamish watches some things ....

I will endeavour to be less obtuse then.
Forum: Movie Reviews 01-16-19
Replies: 14
The Hamish watches some things ....
Posted By The Hamish
Call Me By Your Name is set in the 60s. His other...

Call Me By Your Name is set in the 60s. His other film (that I have seen). Next!!
Forum: Movie Reviews 01-16-19
Replies: 14
The Hamish watches some things ....
Posted By The Hamish
Re: The Hamish watches some things ....

I was kind of replying to MoreOrLess? What I typed makes sense to me. I am an Italian horror buff. So I think I know what I was referring to. Avatar cough
Forum: Movie Reviews 01-16-19
Replies: 14
The Hamish watches some things ....
Posted By The Hamish
Er, it stars Mia Goth and some other lass ;)

Er, it stars Mia Goth and some other lass ;)
Forum: Games and Tabs 01-16-19
Replies: 3,934
Name the Director
Posted By The Hamish
Re: Name the Director

Ah, the memory still works somewhat I see. This may not work as I have to accrue 25 posts before posting links apparently.
Replies: 32
Peaky Blinders
Posted By The Hamish
Re: Peaky Blinders

Love Blinders. haven't seen 4th yet though. Rectifying shortly!!
Forum: Movie Reviews 01-16-19
Replies: 14
The Hamish watches some things ....
Posted By The Hamish
Re: The Hamish watches some things ....

Indeed. but I refer to the remake of such made by another chap.
Forum: Birthdays and Introductions 01-16-19
Replies: 77
Important: Notice for new users
Posted By The Hamish
Re: Notice for new users

Well this should count. noted on rules etc.
Forum: General Movie Discussion 01-16-19
Replies: 3
British sitcoms on the big screen
Posted By The Hamish
Love The George & Mildred Movie. It's very silly....

Love The George & Mildred Movie. It's very silly. Unlike Sweeney 2! which I prefers to the first film. Doomwatch also springs to mind. New ones? Awa and throw ****e on yrsel :D
Replies: 342
The Twin Peaks Thread
Posted By The Hamish
Re: The Twin Peaks Thread

I got to see the third series at the time due to a dog sitting assignment. I usually have to wait until stuff is released, but this made a nice change. An odd beast. rewatching soon!!
Replies: 6
Flowers (UK TV Show)
Posted By The Hamish
Re: Flowers (UK TV Show)

Loved Flowers. Coleman outstanding etc.
Forum: Games and Tabs 01-16-19
Replies: 3,934
Name the Director
Posted By The Hamish
Re: Name the Director

Cough isn't that Harvey? Then tis Henry Koster
Forum: Upcoming Movies & Sequels 01-16-19
Replies: 88
Glass
Posted By The Hamish
Re: Glass

I also cried with laughter at The Visit. Same as when a friend insisted I watch The Human Centipede II. Hysterical.
Forum: Movie Reviews 01-16-19
Replies: 14
The Hamish watches some things ....
Posted By The Hamish
Re: The Hamish watches some things ....

Noted. Twas mainly due to the CGI gore. At least it isn't a kids film like what they did to Martyrs
Replies: 296
True Detective (HBO) Official Thread
Posted By The Hamish
Re: True Detective (HBO) Official Thread

I'm an odd bloke. Only really warmed to Farrell during The Lobster etc.
Forum: General Movie Discussion 01-16-19
Replies: 15
Hypnotising Movies like a DMT experience
Posted By The Hamish
Aye, well it always put me into a lull. Though I...

Aye, well it always put me into a lull. Though I could say the same about The Colour Of Money :laugh:
Forum: Upcoming Movies & Sequels 01-16-19
Replies: 88
Glass
Posted By The Hamish
I laughed a lot during Split so have high hopes...

I laughed a lot during Split so have high hopes for this. Shangalang hasn't let me down yet. Best comedy director since Mel B etc :D
Forum: General Movie Discussion 01-16-19
Replies: 15
Hypnotising Movies like a DMT experience
Posted By The Hamish
What cat said. Saves me typing ..... though no...

What cat said. Saves me typing ..... though no mention of Begotten ??
:laugh::laugh:


Seriously ... quite a lot of Jess Franco's work is quite trance enducing ... this I sees as a good thing ;)