[quote=moviemaniac11;555623]The Grudge Dont normally find scary movies scary.The Grudge got to me. Hellraiser That film messed me up when it first came out. With all of the remakes at the mo. I think a remake of Hellraiser would be good.
Awesome episode. This has been the most emotional so far! That girl just makes you wanna love the whole world and smile with her, cry with her and do good things for everyone. Finally a T.V. series that is about good thing amidst all that we think is bad. ;-)
I think it would be a good one if they went beyond the gore, like a life story that led up to his 'brilliant', and totally ethical battlefield tactics...lol. Mel Gibson should direct it. It could be like the Romanian love child of 'The Patriot' and 'Apocolypto'. On the same note: I ould LOVE to see a great, high budget film about Elisabeth Bathory. A few have made some sophomoric attempts, but either had great difficulty capturing the bleak mood and environment of a Lady that desired company so badly that she invited gypsy strangers inside the castle walls during wartime, or they twist it into some stupid vampire story. Why does everything have to be vampires? Why can't the Lord of the Carpathians simply be more violent and brilliant against foreign invaders, or a woman driven mad from isolation that she believes that bathing in the blood of the innocent will keep her young forever (Blood, Milk & Sky, baby)... If someone made a film about Teppish today, he would probably ride a unicorn into battle, and sparkle under the full moon. Elisabeth Bathory would probably be Lilith, and could only be defeated by pickled turnips that were blessed by the only rabbi to have ever assisted the pope on an exorcism.
That is not the issue Reamer, what I was 'also' referring to was that I get notifications, sometimes, when someones just makes a post after I do, as with the first notification I got for Darth's reply today. Like pirates said, basicly a 'false notification'.
@timenchips I feel the same way, but that presents a problem. Why have the 'obstacles' in the first place then? Or why have them be so ready and present now. They get in the way of the story, they're a distraction. The need to fix the 'obstacles' so they can better integrate into the story; seem like less of a distraction and actually help grow the plot.