The most unappealing movie poster of all time. The film is pretty decent.
Hooptober 8! Number 31/31.
1 Tobe Hooper Film (There must ALWAYS be a Hooper film)
Nine days since Halloween, but here we are at the end of my Hooptober. And of course it’s a Tobe Hooper film.
Lifeforce isn’t particularly top tier Tobe Hooper, but it’s still a fun way to end this horrorthon. Naked, hot alien vampires arriving on Earth to feast on people’s life energy, turning them to zombies. I mean, it’s not exactly boring.
At the end of the tenth and final part of Band of Brothers, right when they cut from Damian Lewis' voiceover as Maj. Richard D. Winters to the real Dick Winters himself, I got goosebumps, and suddenly I felt two or three tears falling down my cheeks. Having spent 11 hours with the men of Easy Company of the US Army 101st Airborne division, and then watching these men, Winters, Lipton, Malarkey, Guarnere, Heffron, Powers and Martin talk about the…
So Oldboy was perhaps my most anticipated rewatch that I can remember, and it didn't disappoint in any way. It was the first South Korean movie I ever watched, just when my interest in cinema started growing. You could say that it was one of those films that has shaped my taste in film, although I didn't really remembered all of it. But with what I did remember, it definitely helped the viewing experience the second time around.