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Anime Stats
Days: 152.2
Mean Score: 6.48
  • Total Entries652
  • Rewatched45
  • Episodes8,513
Anime History Last Anime Updates
JoJo no Kimyou na Bouken: Diamond wa Kudakenai
JoJo no Kimyou na Bouken: Diamond wa Kudakenai
Oct 15, 12:02 PM
Watching 29/39 · Scored -
Sep 23, 10:59 AM
Re-watching 8/25 · Scored 10
Berserk (2016)
Berserk (2016)
Sep 18, 11:45 AM
Completed 12/12 · Scored 6
Manga Stats
Days: 37.7
Mean Score: 7.67
  • Total Entries75
  • Reread8
  • Chapters4,422
  • Volumes518
Manga History Last Manga Updates
Sep 23, 10:59 AM
On-Hold 347/? · Scored 10
JoJo no Kimyou na Bouken Part 8: JoJolion
JoJo no Kimyou na Bouken Part 8: JoJolion
Aug 4, 9:42 PM
On-Hold 56/? · Scored -
Kyou kara Ore wa!!
Kyou kara Ore wa!!
Jul 17, 12:48 PM
Reading 49/366 · Scored -


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Echelon Yesterday, 2:36 PM
All I remember is Bernstein haha. Weird as fuck. I can't imagine that's his old house... but that would be hilarious. I love how crazy and wild these are getting now. Kind of funny how much he digs into the past, with his past self (usually remaking the scenes though), it's interesting to wonder how he's pulling off all these new filming tricks and cool ideas. 10 years and still going strong.

So I hit up House 2 and... it was even more insane. I was in tears. I don't even know what to say man. These two were fucking awesome, better than most slashers. Just so damn fun and ridiculous.

Didn't James talk about Japanese House before? I thought that's how I saw some of the clips from it in the past, but maybe not. Looks awesome.
Echelon Oct 19, 4:14 PM
The new AVGN's are so good.
Echelon Oct 19, 10:39 AM
Holy macaroni, House (1986) is something else. Close to Return of the Living Dead's tone. It's like a full on comedy version of Jacobs Ladder meets Poltergeist meets Elm Street with the Nemesis at the end. At times so awesomely bad with laugh out loud moments. Holy shit lol.
Echelon Oct 19, 9:20 AM
Cool to hear, I was eyeballing that one too since it seems to be one of the iconic ones from Hitchcock and probably influenced some of this horror stuff. Excited for a lot of his movies though. I've seen North by Northwest which was awesome. I think I saw The Birds at school years ago but was too young back then to care haha.
Echelon Oct 18, 5:05 PM
Wanted some dumb fun after two Cronenberg films today... so The Prowler! Another clone that outdoes the first two Friday the 13th movies for sure. Comes from the guy that directed Friday the 13th Part 4 I believe. The killer was awesome in this one and it seemed way more violent. It was comical how the composer emulated the Friday style pretty much perfectly, but it was like a straight ripoff haha. Not to spoil anything so grand, but another head explosion... two in a day! Not bad.
Echelon Oct 18, 2:46 PM
80's is too modern for James.

Still check out Flesh & Blood sometime, I wouldn't have even guessed it was the same girl if I didn't look.
HisokaHajime Oct 18, 2:13 PM
Dear lord... "as a solution to his problems" is the best part. I've been putting the lid on most franchises rather than watching on as they do down hill. Even though it's easy to separate the good from the bad. I'm just quitting while I'm ahead.
Echelon Oct 18, 1:53 PM
eXistenZ ... going to need to digest that one, but I'm feeling somewhere in the middle on it. For comparisons I would say it's easily a lot better than Inception, but Arnold hilarity aside I think Total Recall destroys it. The pacing lost me a bit in the middle. I'm assuming you didn't like Jennifer Jason Leigh, whom was pretty annoying to me. I dig Jude Law though. But the hilarious thing about her is I looked into it, and for 1985... she's the main girl in Flesh & Blood (where she was probably barely 18) and some sex started damsel and is straight up completely naked in a lot of it, she was totally likeable there though. What a damn contrast for sure, everything about her in eXistenZ was grating.

The end was insanely good and I though the first chunk was solid, but yeah it felt like a strange slog and a mess in the middle at times. So I'm not sure if a good finale can really fully redeem it. Seems like another good one to rewatch a few times over.

Dude did it look like Kyle MacLachlan was tearing up at the end or about to get emotional? haha.

Yeah I watched that one and practically everything there looks cool. Like I keep saying I think, those Hammer remakes of the classics look really solid. Kind of interesting they kept re-using two of the same actors haha, I guess some comments suggest the originals did that too. I'll probably go back to that video when I need some 60's recs.

No idea what these ages are though, I'm guessing Bronze will be the 70's?
HisokaHajime Oct 18, 12:09 PM
I went into The Human Centipede only knowing the name and what the cover looked like. I assumed it would be something along those lines though lol. But it exceeded my expectations and was pretty memorable. In a super deranged sort of way. I'm not going anywhere near the sequels. That would be a bad idea.

It Follows has a really creepy concept. You're just screwed. The soundtrack leveled it up big time, so that was a good call. It has one of my favorite movie covers in a while. Just really simple stake lighting with neon light bubble letters. It catches your eye.
Echelon Oct 18, 11:39 AM
It's not better than Jason Takes Manhattan!!!

Yeah, though I've known of Metropolis for years from people always citing it as an influence for Blade Runner and Star Wars a bit. Had some version downloaded ages ago but it was pretty low resolution. Watching it in broken up chunks sounds like a good idea.

I had no idea that head explosion was in this but once I saw the guy I knew it was coming haha. So over the top. Michael Ironside is awesome.

Yup, maybe not a teaser technically but that gets me hyped.
Echelon Oct 18, 10:29 AM
Scanners was amazing lmfao. Freaking loved it. The music was awesome in Videodrome and The Fly, but I thought the entire sound design here was absolutely master class. Truly top notch. I guess maybe it helped that I was able to watch some Criterion release that was excellent quality too. The quality was perfection.

You see the new Twin Peaks teaser?
Echelon Oct 18, 5:22 AM
Man I really want to watch Metropolis, but nearly 3 hours long... lol.
Echelon Oct 18, 4:41 AM
Yup, that one was pretty solid. Felt like one of the more disturbing ones actually to me, I recall most of the characters appearing a bit younger than the slasher norm so that was grotesque, the raft part was nuts. Was hilarious seeing a young Jason Alexander. I still think I like Friday the 13th Part 2 a fair bit, the bag head and weird design was cool along with the twist with his mom I think, but yeah. I won't be surprised if there's a good chunk of slashers out there better than the first two.

I heard on RB that this is maybe what inspired the bag head chainsaw guys in RE4:

Heard it's kind of hit or miss though, has some weird comical/documentary like elements that don't work too well. But it's interesting to see it's 1976 predating Halloween a bit. I guess there's probably some slasher stuff that came before that one, but that one perfected it and was a hit.

Apparently the remake is pretty good:

No idea but I guess I think that design is pretty cool.
HisokaHajime Oct 18, 12:05 AM
The Human Centipede was fucked up. lol

Oh, and you have the first season of Ippo marked as watching still.