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Pandoras Folly added 1 item to Film Log 2017 list
Deathgasm
Deathgasm seems to be a bundle of many things I want out of a low budget dumb-fun horror film. Gory practical effects, a kickass soundtrack, tons of metal and nerdy in-jokes, witty (and often juvenile) black-humor, and lots of love being put into it. Sure not every plot thread is handled in a spectacular way (end of movie-ish romantic sub-plot *cough*), and its not doing anything revolutionary or medium-changing, but that doesn't keep it from a thoroughly good time from start to finish (especially for when you have a group of like-minded friends over). Watched: 1/3/2017
1 year, 1 month ago
Pandoras Folly added 1 item to Film Log 2017 list
Sweet Bean
What makes Sweet Bean a nice experience is the developing relationship and interplay between two of its central characters. One is a middle aged man who runs a small Dorayaki shop, and the other is a sweet older lady that stops by to work for him. The two over the course of time impact each others lives in a way that is really pleasant to let unfold. The movie is very slow paced and the delicate shots with sparse bits of music lets you softly drift through the film. The film takes extreme measures at always being extremely down-to-earth and understated. However, because of its deliberate progression, it takes a while to build towards the more emotionally resonant and gratifying scenes at the end of the film, leaving much of the beginning and middle with little impact for me personally. But just to emphasize again that the ending was indeed satisfying. The message of the film (detailed in a monologue by one of the characters) and a couple really good dialogue sequences reward those who stuck with it. So it comes with a recommendation to check it out if it sounds like it would be something you would like to watch, it might be uneven, but it is a little sweet piece of a movie. Watched: 1/3/2017
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Tomorrow
Baccano!
Shirobako
Dennou Coil a Circle of Children
Blue Submarine No. 6

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Top 100 PS2 Games (143 games items)
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Pandoras Folly added 143 items to Top 100 PS2 Games list
Alien Hominid
Final Fantasy XII
MLB Power Pros 2008
Devil May Cry 3: Dante
Champions: Return to Arms

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Favorite Hip Hop Albums (189 music items)
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Pandoras Folly added 183 items to Favorite Hip Hop Albums list
Atrocity Exhibition
6 Feet Deep
The Private Press
One for All
None Shall Pass

1 year, 1 month ago
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Film Log 2017 (47 movies items)
1 year, 1 month ago
Pandoras Folly added 1 item to Film Log 2017 list
I Am Not a Serial Killer
"A small-town teenager with homicidal impulses must embrace his dark side to stop a newly arrived serial killer, who might not even be human." This Netflix synopsis was the only information I knew about this movie going into it, maybe aside from seeing that it was certified fresh by Rotten Tomatoes earlier this year. And that is the way I would recommend everyone to see this movie, because the movie contains quite a few interesting surprises I wouldn't want people to catch on to before jumping into it. The movie, to my delight, circumvented many of the bothersome cliches and story paths these types of movies take. I was constantly saying to myself "and this is where it is now going to go this route, or this character is going to behave this way and do that" and luckily it took a different turn each time I needed it to. I really liked the methodical pacing, the small intimate cinematography, the quiet awkward atmosphere, the small character moments and the extra unnecessary little things the director put into the movie to give it personality. The antagonist of the movie had an actual compelling reason to be doing what he is doing, and was handled in a refreshing way. Also I have to say that the films dark, sarcastically humorous undercurrent was pretty endearing. There are some things preventing it from being amazing though. General non-spoiler issues would include that some characters brought up in the story aren't really interesting or needed, and that the grainy 16mm celluloid that the movie was shot on gives the movie a distinct old school look, but sometimes the shots will have some blemishes around the picture that are distracting. This being said, it hit a lot of personal ticks for me and was a really nice movie to start 2017 with. Watched: 1/3/2017
1 year, 1 month ago
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Sweet Bean

have watched

6/10

I Am Not a Serial Killer

8/10


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Don
 Don't Breathe 7/10
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Floss
 Floss 8/10
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Smother

8/10

Spectre

6/10


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Galaxy Quest
 Galaxy Quest 6/10
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Restrepo
 Restrepo 8/10
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Finding Dory
 Finding Dory 7/10
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Pandoras Folly added 2 items to their collection
The Wailing

have watched

8/10

Gleason

8/10


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