@TOTO - yes! an absolute must on xmas!
watched part 1 and 2 a week before xmas
@snowy - ooh! looks violent... gonna check it out!
@Shanny8 - cool! have fun watching it bud
watched during dinner lols...
dinner and a movie!
I'm waiting for it to release on blu-ray...I have the first one on DVD.
cool! i love zombiepocalypse movies! wish they made more
Then you should watch Black Summer on Netflix.
What Lies Beneath! Its on Netflix and hey I like horror
@Shanny8 - ooh i will! thanks for the info bro!
@375 - nice! i love horror too! my fave is the original ringu
saw this last night...
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. (The original 80s one)
nice! thanks for reminding me of those gems from the 80s
My sister got a trial of Disney+
cool! havent seen this one yet. imma check it out
Dude I love The Ring and The Grudge! Also the last house on the left was my sisters favorite movie!
I'm currently plowing through Akira Kurosawa's Filmography. His cinematography is honestly awe-inspiring; there is a clear distinction between foreground, mid ground and background. I've only seen "Ran" from his colored films but his color work looks so simple yet effective. I learned so much that I can't wait to apply it in my comics.
@375 - cool bruh! im also looking into the evil dead 2013 remake
@antimekii - i love those classic Japanese films!
saw this... wish i could move like these guys...
Mostly the creative way he uses cinematography? I've ran through a lot of creative advice in which people recommends to lower the horizon line in doing backgrounds. But well...there's only so much that you can do in backgrounds like that, so I'm planning on incorporating high horizon lines.
yeah i get what you mean. i do that when creating skies and landscapes. still need some polishing though lols
Buddy Holly is a post-apocalyptic samurai.
It's as awesome as it sounds.
"Don't touch my guitar..."
damn! this movie sounds badass dude! gonna check it!
re watched this for the nth time... still rocks!
I'm gonna see 1917 in a few minutes. I'm excited, not only is it a WW1 movie, which is super rare, it's also supposed to look like it was shot in one continuous take. (I don't know if it actually was.)