Started by MacGuffin, October 01, 2014, 02:10:50 PM
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Quote from: Axolotl on January 25, 2015, 12:51:19 AMShe's not a ghost. I don't think anyone believes that she's a literal booooo ku klux klan hood type ghost. It's not a puzzle movie. Calling her a ghost is just one of the ways to express a specific type of cinematic irreality that's all over this movie which I think is a natural progression from the Master(it's like calling that theater dream phone call telepathy). It's one of those things that are ok to do in literature but when you do in movies people take issue with because they're so used to movies being externally explainable and logical.
Quote from: Larry on February 02, 2015, 04:20:42 PMits not tearing up the box office just yet polarized reactions from my friends that have seen the film,,,,give it time...
Quote from: Ulivija on February 13, 2015, 01:39:21 PMIs "Well Mornin' Sam" (in Sortilege's introduction of Bigfoot) a reference to some TV show? I think that line can be heard at one point on Doc's TV in the background. Thanks!Sortilège: [narrating] Well Mornin' Sam, like a bad luck planet in today's horoscope, here's the old hippie-hating mad dog himself in the flesh: Lieutenant Detective Christian F. "Bigfoot" Bjornsen. SAG member, John Wayne walk, flat top of Flintstone proportions and that evil, little shit-twinkle in his eye that says Civil Rights Violations.
Quote from: Drenk on March 02, 2015, 02:21:09 AMIt's directly on iTunes, you scroll down on the IV page and, if you've bought the movie, you can click on iTunes extras. And watch them.