What movie did you watch last night? (2 Viewers)

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Raging Bull..10/10
Childs Play 1988 .. 0/10
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Suspiria 2018 .. 10/10

I was gonna bring my kid to see Midsommar in Enniskillen but its 18s up there and I'm not sure they'd be as lax as down here ..so probably head up and catch it in Dublin Thursday night
 

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No one posted about Midsommer yet? I. LOVED. IT. SO. MUCH. A rare thing for a 2.5 hour film (in my opnion, generally, too fucking long. How dare films be more than 2 hours to be honest), I wanted to watch it again right after finishing. Florence Pugh is perfect.
I went last night and got the times badly wrong. Even when I was buying tickets the guy on the desk never mentioned that there only 40 minutes left and I only copped when the credits came up. Probably not the ideal experience but i enjoyed it anyway. Was it a comedy or is that just an effect of missing everything?

If I had a kid I wouldn't bring him/her
 

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I went last night and got the times badly wrong. Even when I was buying tickets the guy on the desk never mentioned that there only 40 minutes left and I only copped when the credits came up. Probably not the ideal experience but i enjoyed it anyway. Was it a comedy or is that just an effect of missing everything?

If I had a kid I wouldn't bring him/her
Well, there were funny moments. I wouldn’t exactly call it a comedy but I could see how you might think that seeing the last 40 min out of context.
 

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Midsommar .... 10/10

The greatest movie since mother!

Would've been sick if I had watched it on the small screen.
 

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Lost Boys. 10/10. Remember when the Ma looked mad old, but now she was only 41 when that film came out and you are the one that sucks balls/is old.
 

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Oh we went to see Yesterday , was grand for half price Wednesday.

It was no Love Actually or Slumdog though.
 

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Raging Bull..10/10
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I was gonna bring my kid to see Midsommar in Enniskillen but its 18s up there and I'm not sure they'd be as lax as down here ..so probably head up and catch it in Dublin Thursday night
0/10 for Child's Play? I haven't watched since back in the day but is it really that bad?
 

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Pledge. I guess the elevator pitch must have been Green Room in a frat house. I liked it. Well acted, gory and fun.

 

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Raging Bull..10/10
Childs Play 1988 .. 0/10
Pet Sematary 2019 ..6/10
Suspiria 2018 .. 10/10

I was gonna bring my kid to see Midsommar in Enniskillen but its 18s up there and I'm not sure they'd be as lax as down here ..so probably head up and catch it in Dublin Thursday night
Wasn’t mad about the new Pet Semetary. I thought the less slick looking old version worked better. It didn’t really benefit from a rework. They should have left it dead and buried. SEE WHAT I DID THERE
 

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I watched the godfathers of hardcore, a documentary about agnostic front. I knew the name but never heard the music. Was quite good. It got more interesting as it went on. It focused on the lives the two main members, not a whole lot on the music.
 

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Wasn’t mad about the new Pet Semetary. I thought the less slick looking old version worked better. It didn’t really benefit from a rework. They should have left it dead and buried. SEE WHAT I DID THERE
I thought it was really good for a good bit but it went off the rails, as horrors usually do
 

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Nightmare Cinema - gory, spirited anthology horror, with Mickey Rourke as a demonic projectionist who introduces the stories Crypt Keeper style.

Prince of Darkness - JOne of John Carpenter's most underrated films. Mixes supernatural horror and sci fi to great effect and features some amazing practical effects, a classic Carpenter score and some genuinely disturbing imagery.
 

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