Post by Vadiation_Ribe on Jun 1, 2020 17:31:18 GMT
The isolation film thread (maybe a couple of pages down) has some good recommendations. Mississippi Grind made me think of Drive (a cracking film), as I thought Ryan Gosling was in both. But it turns out I mixed him up with Ryan Reynolds.
I've mentioned this film on here before (and I'm pretty certain another user did as well, I remember chatting on a thread with them about it), but you should definitely watch Event Horizon. Top notch horror albeit with a visibly lower budget, which IMO adds to it's charm.
And if you're a fan of Warhammer (personally I'm not) it'd slot into the universe nicely thanks to warp drives, obvious influences. The brief scenes of hell in the film are as graphic as you will see but just adds to the fear factor of the film.
I can recommend a horror called The Black String. I was expecting some Blumhouse-style pile of crap but it was one of the best new horror films I've seen in a long time (and not many new horror films impress me).
Not a film but Netflix mini series called The English Game. Basically early days of football and the battle between northern clubs vs the southern bias of the FA. Bit of mushy stuff for the girlies as well. Very good watch over 6 episodes.
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My daughter's feller is an amateur film maker.. his most recent film had it's premier at Warner Bros studios last year. Wish I could share it with you, but as they're currently looking to sell it, I can't
I loved Grand Torino another slightly less known film based on a true story is “Foxcatcher” which has some brilliant acting in it. Sports theme too. Some of the 30 for 30 Espn films are great too. One of my faves was “The two Escobars”