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Another journal entry on movies I've watched over last month, haven't watched a whole bunch like the pervious month because I was bit busy. So, please enjoy reading my reviews. :) (Smile)

THE TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE (dir. Tobe Hooper) (1974) - Star! Star! Star! Star! Star! out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star! (re-watch)
Obviously still the scariest but great all-American exploitation-horror film of the 1970's, it brought Hooper on the horror movie genre map. It still has a very uneasy feel, well-made and entertaining from start to finish. I would also rather say that crazy hitchhiker is lot scarier than Leatherface in my opinion. Fear 

I DRINK YOUR BLOOD (dir. David Durston) (1971) - Star! Star! Star! out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star!
Joe Dante wrote the review for it then, Lynn Lowry would later star in two more "viral horror" masterpieces, the MPAA originally gave it an X rating for its extreme violence before the producers having to remove some scenes and switch it to an R rating. My new guilty pleasure when it comes to seeing '70s exploitation-horror like this: good & bloody, interesting concept & fine little cast. (At first, I felt I wasn't gonna dig this one after seeing the trailer but I gave in and watched it anyway.)

THE SIXTH SENSE (dir. M. Night Shyamalan) (1999) - Star! Star! Star! Star! Star! out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star! (re-watch)
Still impressive after seeing it many years ago, chilling and moving. Fujimoto's camerawork is genius by the way you see it and the performances by the cast are brilliant & fit in the storytelling. I would say Shyamalan did do some good thrillers then (SIGNS, THE VILLAGE, and THE HAPPENING), this would mark the best effort from him.

DAY OF THE FIGHT (dir. Stanley Kubrick) (1951) - Star! Star! Star! Star! out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star!
Where Kubrick began his filmmaking career - good & easy storytelling on a boxer's day of life. (For a second, this would have remind me of THE SET-UP because it's boxing and told in real time.)

FORBIDDEN PLANET (dir. Fred M. Wilcox) (1956) - Star! Star! Star! out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star!
Sci-fi Shakespeare might have been an interesting concept, but I enjoyed Robby & Leslie more. Some pretty cool classic special effects & set/costume design in thrown in, too (including firing the beast scene), I can say for which had set a groundbreaking standard at the time and has still influenced many sci-fi filmmakers today.

JEEPERS CREEPERS (dir. Victor Salva) (2001) - Star! Star! out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star!
Disappointed because of two things - One: when the first act led to a huge downfall with less scares during the next few acts, and two: the cinematography at night looked too dark it was hard to watch. (Hoping the sequel will ether be better or not to see for myself.)

HARDWARE (dir. Richard Stanley) (1990) - Star! Star! Star! Star! Star! out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star! (re-watch)
A uniquely-crafted and entertaining sci-fi thriller that could only come from the mind of Richard Stanley - if anyone hasn't seen this film yet, do see it! It's incredible and great as Ridley Scott's ALIEN.

And that is all on what I've seen in May. It's June now, looking forward to seeing more goodies throughout this month both discover something new (ether on my "to-watch list" or not) and rediscover an all-time favorite (or so).
Hope you've enjoying read all of my reviews I've written in this entry. :)
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  • Reading: This site & MUBI
  • Drinking: just had coffee


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Christopher Thomason
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About myself........

My name is Christopher, and I am somewhere from the Pacific Northwest in the USA. Just another average huge cinephile & otaku, as well an artist myself. I have been drawing anime since I was in high school as well had some experinece in filmmaking around the school, too. :)

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My best pals on DA (also awesome & inspiring artists as well) ...
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My collection of amazing artworks I've done coming soon...
But I am writing film reviews on what I've recently watched for now.

Some great quotes:
"Create your own visual style. Let it be unique for yourself and yet identifiable for others." - Orson Welles

"Memories aren't just sounds and pictures. They exist somewhere between the sounds, between the pictures." - Solid Snake (METAL GEAR SOILD)

"I am serious, and don't call me Shirely." - Dr. Barry Rumack (AIRPLANE!) XD

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Niarahime Featured By Owner Jun 16, 2016
:iconbowplz::iconthanksplz: for the :+fav:!
KaumiThomason Featured By Owner Jun 17, 2016  Hobbyist Filmographer
Mine is pleasure, as I'd always say. :)

Keep doing more cool Sailor Moon fan art!
shinjiasuka4ever Featured By Owner Jun 15, 2016  Hobbyist Writer
Thanks for the fav!
KaumiThomason Featured By Owner Jun 17, 2016  Hobbyist Filmographer
Anytime. Evangelion ftw!
TamesisSaunterer Featured By Owner Apr 29, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks for the fav! :) 
KaumiThomason Featured By Owner Apr 29, 2016  Hobbyist Filmographer
You're so welcome.

Would never seen Iron Maiden make beer products now, although I never drink but I do love listening to their music. :)
TamesisSaunterer Featured By Owner Apr 29, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
No problem, I know me too... Apparently bands like AC DC, KISS and few others are making their own beer and wine now. But, so do I as well!! :D 
KaumiThomason Featured By Owner Apr 29, 2016  Hobbyist Filmographer
That's awesome too.
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Niarahime Featured By Owner Feb 9, 2016
:tighthug: Thanks again!
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