My dad raised me on Horror movies like Snuff, so there is very little I can see on the big screen that will make me sick. While that is the case for me, that is not the case for people going to see the French film Raw at the Nuart in Los Angeles. The cannibal feature has had such an effect on movie goers that The Hollywood Reporter says that several people have fainted and one even threw up. After the latter incident, the theater started to hand out custom made barf bags. No word if anyone has used them, but better safe than sorry.
Part of me is tempted to see this movie, but then the other part of me is like why? Why does a movie have to be so disgusting that people feel the need to throw up. There is a fine line, and part of me thinks we should not cross it. I have see films like the Human Centipede trilogy, the Hostels and many more, and they know when to stop. Maybe this filmmaker should have done the same.
Although, I have to say I respect that crap out of the fact that filmmaker behind this film is a woman. That’s right, the person behind the camera is Julia Ducournau. Proving that women can gross out men just as much as they can gross us out.
Do you want to see Raw or will you stick to movies like CHiPs that are so bad they make you sick that you spent money on them?
Disney finally released the full trailer for Beauty and the Beast and it doesn’t have the same magic as the animated classic to me.
I have to admit, this is not my favorite Disney musical. For the last year, my niece has made me suffer through it several times when I babysit her. Therefore, I figured I would give it a try. But I just can’t get into it. The casting seems wrong for me. Emma Watson is just not Belle to me. I can’t get behind her in the role, and she is a big part of the film.
How do you feel about? Are you going to run and see it on March 17th or wait until the kid in your life forces you to watch it?
You have heard that the Pizza Planet truck and the number A113 are in almost all of the Pixar movies, but they are also connected in other ways to. The Toy Story page on Facebook posted this epic Easter Egg video and it is to infinity and beyond!
How nifty was it to see the way a part of each movie is in the other one?
The first trailer is out for Clowntergeist and I don’t think people with Coulrophobia should go see it. Unless it is a therapy thing. Could you imagine some doctor using this as a therapy tool? I am sadist and even I think that would be going too far. I mean, I am not even afraid of clowns, and this movie is giving me the fears.
If this trailer hasn’t scarred you enough, then the poster will. Want to see it, then click here!
To me the best horror movies were made in the ’80s, so seeing Tyler Perry’s Boo! A Madea Halloween reimagined as though it was made 30 years ago makes me want to see the horrody even more when it comes out this Friday.
Now I could be feeling that way because of that cheesy music from that era which is totally hypnotizing me. They don’t make scores like that any more which is really sad because they made those movies…even better.