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Discussion in 'General' started by russweiss, Sep 3, 2015.
For those interested this just popped up on Netflix instant streaming.
Is Daddario nude in this?
I'd murder everyone on here just to stick the tip of my penis in her.
Damn, I saw the title of this thread and almost choked on my drink. I thought a board member had lost his marbles and was seeking advice on GF disposal. What a relief it's only a film. Guess I watch too much CNN. LOL.
On Netflix streaming? Sweet, wanted to catch this in the theater but missed it. Thanks!
No nudity from Daddario.
Wasn't expecting much out of this, especially after the mediocre Life After Beth, but Dante definitely delivered. I found it utterly charming from start to finish. Definitely recommended for anyone looking for something lite and fun.
And no, Daddario doesn't get naked, but she's stunning in it.
Forget it then. Episode 2 from True Detective has forever spoiled me.
I thought this was a pretty good horror-lite film, tired of the living dead/zombie rush but this was surprising. I recommend True Detective Season 1 Episode 2.
I wasn't sure about this one but gave it a chance because of Dante. To my surprise I found myself really enjoying it. I enjoyed the characters and thought it was really heartfelt at times. Definitely a pleasant surprise for me.
and that is the reason the Texas Chainsaw movie gets more than one viewing!
Just rented it from Redbox and was shocked how much I liked it. Nice job Joe Dante, nice job!
Damn, I've owned True Detective Season 1 on Blu-Ray for almost a year now and never even realized she was in that series.
On a first time Dexter viewing binge now, but must re-visit TD at some point too.
Great season. As you can see from Zombie Dude's magnificent post above, episode 2 is heaven on Earth. The second season is a good character story, but it pales in comparison to the first season in every single way.
i'm surprised at some of the positive comments tbh. I thought it was absolutely dull, bland and completely forgettable. Dante has completely lost any magic he ever had.
I agree with you mister. I hadn't even realized that Joe Dante was the director until I was watching the credits. If it wasn't for the two gorgeous female leads this wouldn't have been worth viewing.
I thought it was entertaining, but I doubt I'd ever watch it again. If I hadn't have known Dante directed it in advance, I probably wouldn't have even equated the film with his style.
It seemed like the film was made with a very limited budget so if that's the case I can forgive it for looking like a sitcom.
I think it was definitely low budget with minimal location shooting, but I really didn't notice anything overly Dante-esque about the film. It was good for a modern comedy/horror, but nothing exceptional.
Same goes for Carpenter's last film. Bigger budget and I liked it but it didn't feel like his work. Same goes with Argento. I think it's something that happens to a lot of directors; they seem to lose their style that we're familiar with.