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Old January 6th, 2019 #1
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A message Dawn Cannon recently left on my profile . . .

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Movies you couldn't stop watching

The Bedford Incident (truly chilling)
So let it be written . . . so let it be done . . .

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Well . . . anything ?

For me . . .

Bond movie 'Live And Let Die'.


. . about which I happened to make a thread here . .
https://vnnforum.com/showthread.php?t=550457

. . . even though the story is fictional and , as Ray pointed out in the thread, Bond is a 'controlled government agent' , it is , in a way , a movie not shy to portray Negro savagery . . .


I admit that that Voodoo ceremony still chills . . . .


Well , Voodoo ceremonies may not TRULY include people ( victims / captives) being bitten by snakes , yet , it's scary enough . . . .

https://vnnforum.com/showthread.php?t=552579


. . so ,already a 'racialist'- undertones movie.

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No. 2 . . .


. . . a dystopic vision about a possible future of television . . .


. . . with quite a 'revealing' sermon at the end . .

". . this is television ,that's all it is . . . it's got nothing to do with people, it's got to do with ratings ! ! . . . For FIFTY years WE'VE TOLD 'EM WHAT TO EAT , WHAT TO DRINK , WHAT TO WEAR ! ! . . for Christ's sake , Ben , don't you understand ? ? AMERICANS LOVE television . . .They WEAN THEIR KIDS on it . . Listen . . they love game shows , they love wrestling , they love sports and violence . . So . . what do we do ? ? WE GIVE 'EM (((what they want))) !!!

We're No . 1 , Ben . . that's all that counts! ! !

. . believe me . . I been (((in this business))) for 30 years!!"

Hmmmmm . . .


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. . . which movies 'chill' you ?

As for the two above . . . I find them chilling because they are so close to reality . . .

. . how 'bout you ?

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. . . gotta say that I get a chill out of every movie feat . Linda Hamilton . .


. . my personal taste . . .

. . think she's hot.


 
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. . and while I‘m at my fav. female roles . . . loved Angie Jolie in the “Tomb Raider“-movies . .

. . .I think she even beat ‘the original‘ . . .

lol . . . no offense

 
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I would say books that chilled you to the bone

Apparently this was made into a movie

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'Halloween' is still the creepiest, because they put together things that seem like they can really happen---psychopath who can't be reasoned with escapes and kills unsuspecting goofy girls who are not watching what they're doing---with the fantasy of someone being a 'boogie man' who can disappear and come back to life willy nilly.

Also I liked the simplicity of it---the simple piano beats that sound like a heartbeat accelerating. The pumpkin with the candle, the innocent neighborhood being corrupted forever. All that stuff is classic horror movie fodder.

One thing I dislike is that this was one of the first hyper-sexualized killer movies, many to follow. A mark of a sick turn for society---a deliberately engineered one.

I saw that movie when I was really little too, I would never let a child watch it.

By now we should have kewl scary movies that are lower on the perverted spectrum.

Stories about real killers are chilling too, sometimes more-so than a slick film about a made up killer.

...I may be no judge of what is chilling though since the NASA scene in E.T. scared me (when the astronauts come into the house to detain the family and E.T. and Elliot are sick)---I thought that was creepy as hell and we had to take a break and return later--I was five or six though.

'Waco the Rules of Engagement' is chilling, since it's about government killing people. Children, old people. Puppies.

Oh man I'm killing the fun vilbe of this thread. Let me do mo betta.

Carrie. That is a good one. Never make fun of a girl about her period, you will get all kinds of killed.

Also should mention whoever plays her mom is brilliant, she is scary as hell singing those gospel songs while sewing. That guttural evil voice is really spot on if you've ever been to Vacation Bible Skool.

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The Entity - Watched it once and only once..was shitting bricks for about 2 days after watching it as a 14 year old, on an old vhs video recorder my mates dad had. Never again.
 
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'Halloween' is still the creepiest, because they put together things that seem like they can really happen---psychopath who can't be reasoned with escapes and kills unsuspecting goofy girls who are not watching what they're doing---with the fantasy of someone being a 'boogie man' who can disappear and come back to life willy nilly.

Also I liked the simplicity of it---the simple piano beats that sound like a heartbeat accelerating. The pumpkin with the candle, the innocent neighborhood being corrupted forever. All that stuff is classic horror movie fodder.

One thing I dislike is that this was one of the first hyper-sexualized killer movies, many to follow. A mark of a sick turn for society---a deliberately engineered one.

I saw that movie when I was really little too, I would never let a child watch it.

By now we should have kewl scary movies that are lower on the perverted spectrum.

Stories about real killers are chilling too, sometimes more-so than a slick film about a made up killer.

...I may be no judge of what is chilling though since the NASA scene in E.T. scared me (when the astronauts come into the house to detain the family and E.T. and Elliot are sick)---I thought that was creepy as hell and we had to take a break and return later--I was five or six though.

'Waco the Rules of Engagement' is chilling, since it's about government killing people. Children, old people. Puppies.

Oh man I'm killing the fun vilbe of this thread. Let me do mo betta.

Carrie. That is a good one. Never make fun of a girl about her period, you will get all kinds of killed.

Also should mention whoever plays her mom is brilliant, she is scary as hell singing those gospel songs while sewing. That guttural evil voice is really spot on if you've ever been to Vacation Bible Skool.

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No beef sis but from reading both your responses to my 'couldn't stop watching' and 'chilled you to the bone'- threads I imagine your private movie collection as maybe hitting the roof of your room . .

lol . . you mention movies I myself have never even heard of . .

Anyway . . Good post , Henderson . .
 
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. . Star Wars Episode 2 . .

Why ?

Think it's the most conclusive of the whole saga . . More or less what 'connects' the whole storyline . . .

Why 'chilling' ?

It's fascinating to see young , clueless Skywalker not being ready to deal with his job as a 'Jedi' , in his youthful immaturity more or less 'breaking' all Jedi 'codes' , being disloyal to his celibacy and butchering a gang of Tusken-Raiders. . .

Anakin probably is the most 'dramatic' character in the whole saga . . .


. . I know many prefer the old movies yet Ep. 2 is the most 'dramatic' I think . .

Anakin's fate is taking form . . .


( del. scene which was cut out yet ,quite conclusive . . That groid Sam Jackson bugs as a Jedi though . . . . .

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No beef sis but from reading both your responses to my 'couldn't stop watching' and 'chilled you to the bone'- threads I imagine your private movie collection as maybe hitting the roof of your room . .

lol . . you mention movies I myself have never even heard of . .

Anyway . . Good post , Henderson . .
Haha--I only have one shelf full, but yes I've seen a lot of films it seems.

We had this great store in Texas called 'Half Price Books' and they also sold movies--they'd buy your old ones and give you a little bit of in store credit or cash, then you could by new ones. I definitely miss that store for both, I found some real gems there. They sold records as well.

What I didn't bring to North Dakota ended up there.
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. . . gotta say that I get a chill out of every movie feat . Linda Hamilton . .


. . my personal taste . . .

. . think she's hot.
If you haven't seen it you should see Children of the Corn.

Creepy, though not the best film in the world--- it does however happen to have a couple of hours of Linda Hamilton running around trying not to get crucified by some Nebraskan Evangelical Kiddos.
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The Beast Within: I saw it only once, back in the '80s horror movie craze. The torturous transformation of the horrified teen boy into the same kind of monstrous beast that his "father" was (raped his mother in the woods after killing her boyfriend, if memory serves)....deeply bothered me.

Friday the 13th (original): the Elephant Man bag on Jason's head; his coming up out of the lake at the end...

Altered States: The idea that a person could get in one of those isolation tanks that were briefly popular in the late '70s-'early '80s and regress so deeply into himself in the liquid blackness that he'd emerge an Australopithecus (or whatever that thing was): profoundly disturbing.
 
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. . I also found the old American movie 'Birth Of A Nation' interesting . .

It documents a good deal of American history ( I watched it online a few years ago ).

For those unfamiliar with this movie . . It is from the early 20th century and portrays the fate of two families during the American Civil War . . It also portrays the savagery of the newly freed black slaves . .

Oh , and before any lurkers might object :"American racists from back then only made that movie!!!" , it is an open secret that 'newly freed slaves' at that time were often 'outlaws' , murdering , raping . . . .

Interesting movie
 
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The ending of How The West Was Won.

My sister and I watched in horror as the beautiful land turned into horrific cities, highways, corporate farming, and industries. Never got over it.

 
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My sister and I watched in horror as the beautiful land turned into horrific cities, highways, corporate farming, and industries. Never got over it.
. . not sure I understand the intention behind this post ?
 
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Also . .the 'Terminator 1'-movie . . .

I always thought it had subliminal NWO-undertones . .

Think about it . . 'The machines' conspire to destroy mankind , cause wars for both sides and in the end 'take over power' . .

Hmmmm . .

https://vnnforum.com/showthread.php?t=552163

Also . . a movie feat. Linda Hamilton (see post #2 ) . . .
 
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James Bond - Moonraker


. . I always liked the plot . . .

. . some kind of 'high-tech nazi' wants to breed a perfect human race aboard his space-station . .


lol . . for the sake of political correctness I suppose even here were some groids mixed in yet most of them I suppose would have made it into Third Reich posters . .


. . whole thread about it here : https://vnnforum.com/showthread.php?t=550655
 
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That scene in Insidious where the black and red faced thing with the big nose appeared behind the man's shoulder. I must've jumped 10 feet in the air.
 
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That scene in Insidious where the black and red faced thing with the big nose appeared behind the man's shoulder. I must've jumped 10 feet in the air.
. . I could have thought you had just described this guy . . . . .




lol . . . gotta admit I have never seen the movie you mentioned, sounds interesting . .

Since I have mentioned ‘Star Wars - Phantom Menace‘ . .

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. . I also found the old American movie 'Birth Of A Nation' interesting . .

It documents a good deal of American history ( I watched it online a few years ago ).

For those unfamiliar with this movie . . It is from the early 20th century and portrays the fate of two families during the American Civil War . . It also portrays the savagery of the newly freed black slaves . .

Oh , and before any lurkers might object :"American racists from back then only made that movie!!!" , it is an open secret that 'newly freed slaves' at that time were often 'outlaws' , murdering , raping . . . .

Interesting movie
My maternal grandparents saw this movie on their first date. Mumsy was a surprise when they were in their early 40s.


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Yes it does look like the Darth maul.
I only watched the star wars as an adult, the 3 old ones and the first new one. I think the same way the others do: same band of assorted misfits against all white storm troopers led by a dictator. they like to recycle this kind of plot, don't they. Always the blonde, nice looking, successful people are the bad guys.
 
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