If you are in for a messed up movie, this is a good choice.
Found this on a list of best horror movies on Rotten Tomatoes. Is it that good? No, but it is good enough to watch.
James Gunn’s first directing effort after quite a few writing gigs. I do enjoy his loyalty to certain people around him, like Michael Rooker.
I don’t actually know if I would be considered leftist by most, because my views don’t necessarily coincide with those of the stereotypical left leaning people. On the other hand, leftist thinking is also often misunderstood (also often on purpose), so maybe I am, maybe not, but here we go anyhow. Political compasses tend to place me in the lower left side somewhere between Pjotr Kropotkin and Emma Goldman. So, I guess I would be considered quite radical.
These people get into shit because of overconfident corporate middle management. Well, that’s a starting point… Also, while many low budget films are shot in eastern Europe, specifically Bulgaria, this actually takes place there.
So, what I attempted to do here is to make a deck based on my understanding of the mythological Norse giants.
One of those movies I had to get to at some point.
While there are humorous components to all of the seven movies in the Child’s Play series, these are the only two which feel like comedy horror movies.
I stumbled upon this while scanning through the videos on the Taskmaster YouTube channel.
Here’s a tale from Finland’s past. It’s probably not wholly true, but who cares. (There’s probably some truth to it, but due to Christian propaganda and lack of historical documents, it’s all kind of on a shaky ground. I mean, in my childhood, this all was said to have happened in 1155, but now we are not even sure about that.) There’s probably also several versions of this, but this is how I’ve heard it.