Should I watch 'It Follows'?
I was blown away by how good it was.
It Follows and The Guest were two of the most surprisingly great horror/thriller movies I've seen in the past couple years.
I would add to Robin's analysis that it was brilliantly written, not only is the acting fantastic, but they act like "real teenagers" as opposed to the over-the-top fluffballs that define the genre. The premise was extremely original. The pacing, editing and camerawork were all fantastic. Just a supergood movie.
David R. Mitchell has made one other feature length teen film, a drama, that I haven't seen yet but I really want to. One of those guys that you hope doesn't burn out or sell out too soon.
Some favorite recent horror films for me would include The Babadook, Goodnight Mommy, When Animals Dream, and Crimson Peak. I also loved Ex Machina and thought that it was as much horror as sci-fi.
|Oscar Wildcat |
I was surprised how many clips there are of dogs doing just this thing. Apparently it's a common dog perceptual problem. There is another one, almost as amusing, where the dog will try and hide from you by standing behind a tree. All dog owners know what I am talking about: you see a tree, and a big dog body sticking out of the side. The only part of the dog you can't see is his head. Because he figures, if he can't see you, well then you can't see him no?
Pet frustration week.
I love dogs. So dumb and so happy!
|Sanest Man Alive |
We're so sorry, dogs. You're wonderful, loyal, goofy creatures, and you'll all die out when we're gone, no exceptions.
By living off human waste, mostly.
some breeds will do fine in the cities where the climate matches their inbreeding.
apparently there are wild packs of Chihuahuas in the LA area now
HAHAHA WHAT A FUCKING RETARD!
Imagining dog skeleton in yard with stick still in its mouth.
|Killer Joe |
Poor consternated dog.
Stan Laurel dog. Or Three Stooges dog.
|Scrotum H. Vainglorious |
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