posted on Sep, 9 2008 @ 07:42 PM
Originally posted by Demandred
Hostel 1 & 2 the concept portrayed in the movies were very disturbing
Wolf creek messed with my mind abit cause i do abit of driving around the Australian outback
house of 1000 corpses rocked but devils rejects sucked
dead silence wasnt a bad movie
rest stop kicked ass
unrest apparently used real dead bodies in the movie.
Yeah the Hostel movies were fun. Especially the second one, lots of dark humor. Wolf Creek was too realistic for my tastes! Sheesh. I thought
Devil’s Rejects was better than House. Loved both of them, but both are more about the killers than the victims. Rest stop was HORRID. I know some
say they liked it, but the actress was so bad I wanted her to die sooner than later, and then just stopped watching halfway through. Ugh.
Unrest was an interesting film, Part of the “Eight Films To Die For” Series. The producer was obviously really into the “dead female” thing.
Sadly a lot of the yearly “8 Films” really aren’t that good overall, some are okay but not has hard hitting as one would expect. Unrest was one
of the more creative ones. The Death of Ian Stone was interesting too.
Have you see the Masters of Horror Showtime series? A lot of those are dark and humorous. Some are just dark. Cigarette Burns by John Carpenter was
quite twisted. Its an entertaining series worth renting.
Another non-classic film I recently watched was Sweeney Todd. It is a musical, but done in the class dark Tim Burton/Johnny Depp style. Humorous,
dark, tons of blood, and pretty good emotional content as well.
[edit on 9-9-2008 by Sonya610]