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Old 06-04-2017, 08:00 PM   #501 (permalink)
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Sunshine
Begotten
Event Horizon
Evil Dead
Waking Life
Basket Case
Enter the Void (how original huh)
Akira Kurosawa's Dreams

If I remember right these are the movies I'd seen for the first time on acid. At least ones that I'm still very familiar with
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Old 10-29-2017, 06:29 PM   #502 (permalink)
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I've been watching movies for days in the last like 2 years, here's some that became favorites

Paprika
Bone Tomahawk
Brazil
Deliverance
Pin... [Pin: A Plastic Nightmare]
Possession
Repulsion
The Witch
Eyes Without a Face
Ghost in the Shell
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Old 10-30-2017, 02:36 PM   #503 (permalink)
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Barney's Version
Blade Runner
Paprika
A Mighty Heart
Alien
American Beauty
Towelhead
American Hustle
American Psycho
Argo
Ben-Hur (DeMille)
The Ten Commandments (DeMille)
Spartacus
Bram Stoker's Dracula
Carnage
Clouds of Sils Maria
Deconstructing Harry
Eyes Wide Shut
Kingdom of Heaven (Director's cut - it's a very different movie.)
La Grande Belezza
Last Life in the Universe
Much Ado About Nothing
Nightcrawler
No Country for Old Men
Polisse
Kriegerin
Shame
The Thing
The Nightmare Before Christmas
The Town
Melinda and Melinda
To Rome With Love
Birdman
Camp X-Ray

... plus many, many more. I watch a ton of movies.

EDIT: I forgot to mention the (probably) most ridiculous item on my favorites list. Spring Breakers!
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Old 10-30-2017, 02:44 PM   #504 (permalink)
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I'm more of a classic movie guy.

Citizen Kane
Dr. Strangelove
Fargo
Apocalypse Now
Sunset Boulevard
Pulp Fiction
This Is Spinal Tap
Lolita (both versions- Frank Langella is a better Clare Qwilty)
A Clockwork Orange (yeah, I like Kubrick- so sue me)
Pink Flamingos (hey, I'm from Baltimore, okay?)
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I'm more of a classic movie guy.

Citizen Kane
Dr. Strangelove
Fargo
Apocalypse Now
Sunset Boulevard
Pulp Fiction
This Is Spinal Tap
Lolita (both versions- Frank Langella is a better Clare Qwilty)
A Clockwork Orange (yeah, I like Kubrick- so sue me)
Pink Flamingos (hey, I'm from Baltimore, okay?)
I have the Lolita movie with Jeremy Irons on my DVD shelf, but I have to admit I didn't exactly find it riveting. Pretty interesting, but I'm hoping that I will like Kubrick's take more.
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Kubrick's is better IMO. It's not as graphic as the novel and it probably would not have been released if it had been. It's almost a comedy in a way though not really. James Mason comes off as a little more likable than Jeremy Irons but he's every bit as creepy. I'd highly recommend it.
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Old 10-30-2017, 03:10 PM   #507 (permalink)
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Kubrick's is better IMO. It's not as graphic as the novel and it probably would not have been released if it had been. It's almost a comedy in a way though not really. James Mason comes off as a little more likable than Jeremy Irons but he's every bit as creepy. I'd highly recommend it.
Jeremy Irons went for serious creeper. Mason's portrayal was more pathetic than creepy in my opinion.
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