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Old 07-29-2021, 01:00 PM   #24581
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Just wanted to give a quick thanks to everyone who recommended and reviewed Art of the Dead. I watched it (it's on TUBI) and found it pretty entertaining. Just know that the film is very much low-budget and it has a bizarre almost goofy feel to it. Not only does it have actors in monster suits like it's been mentioned but the dialogue plays up the weirdness and the filmmakers aren't afraid to try crazy sh*t. It's enjoyable in that I can't-believe-I'm seeing-what-I'm-seeing way. It helps that the film has a sense of humor about it.

I actually didn't know the same director made a movie called The Black Room, which I saw a few years back and has a similar vibe. Except Art of the Dead is the better movie. The one thing I will say is that Art of the Dead title is a bad choice. I automatically thought it was a zombie movie in an art gallery or something, which it's not.
Guy definitely has a sense of humor. Looking through his credits, I found another movie I've seen written and directed by him: Nightmare Man. It's part of the 8 Films to Die For series, of which I think I've seen all of. Don't remember the tone of this movie (or really anything much), I'll have to revisit it. Check out his writer credits, I was surprised to find that he's written for diverse genres.

At the risk of being totally redundant, I can't recommend There's Nothing Out There! more highly if you're a fan of meta horror. It is a riot. Vinegar Syndrome put out an edition. Technically it's a Troma film, though it doesn't really have a Troma vibe (Rolfe passed on an offer, then they picked it up after the fact, so not a Troma production).

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Guy definitely has a sense of humor. Looking through his credits, I found another movie I've seen written and directed by him: Nightmare Man. It's part of the 8 Films to Die For series, of which I think I've seen all of. Don't remember the tone of this movie (or really anything much), I'll have to revisit it. Check out his writer credits, I was surprised to find that he's written for diverse genres.

At the risk of being totally redundant, I can't recommend There's Nothing Out There! more highly if you're a fan of meta horror. It is a riot. Vinegar Syndrome put out an edition. Technically it's a Troma film, though it doesn't really have a Troma vibe (Rolfe passed on an offer, then they picked it up after the fact, so not a Troma production).
Oh, I've seen There's Nothing Out There. If I'm not mistaken I rented the DVD from Netflix before I switched to streaming (lol). It's crazy to think that movie came out 30 years ago. It was a different era, so of course his films look different, but I guess I can see a similar humorous vibe. What I think he's also good at is doing the best he can with no budget.

That movie The Black Room has Natasha Henstridge (Species) and a few of the actors from Art of the Dead. The only problem with it is it doesn't get too crazy. In Art of the Dead they really go for it, and it's a much better movie as a result.
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Anybody know if the cds have a sticker that say a drop date i haven't seen them in mi yet
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Anybody know if the cds have a sticker that say a drop date i haven't seen them in mi yet
I checked the store closest to me yesterday which typically puts things out pretty promptly and they also didn't have anything.
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Picked up Dark Was the Night on Blu, starring Marisa Tomei & Timothy Olyphant. Never seen this, but it looks like a decent thriller.

Also got the 2-CD soundtrack to the film Babel (2006). Haven't heard it yet, but from what I remember of the film it primarily featured ambient/trance music. Looking forward to listening to this.
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I'm assuming that it is too early to know when the next shipment and release is?
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