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The Strangers (2008) [Home-Invasion]

2018.03.23 06:07 StacysBlog The Strangers (2008) [Home-Invasion]

"You're gonna die." -Doll-face
The Strangers follows dating couple Kristen McKay (Liv Tyler) and James Hoyt (Scott Speedman), as they arrive at James' family's summer home after attending a wedding. The night is already awkward as James proposed to Kristen at the wedding and she declined. But the night turns from awkward to deadly as three mysterious strangers wearing masks appear at the remote house. Kristen and James are forced to fight for their lives as the strangers toy with them and get gradually more and more violent.
What Works:
I'll come clean and say I am a huge fan of this movie. One of the main reasons it works is because it feels so real. The story is something that could absolutely happen. The hyper-realism scares the crap out of me.
I also like the characters. They make decisions that the audience would most likely make, of the most part. There are definitely a few questionable choices near the end of the film. But for the most part, Kristen and James are smart characters and their decisions make sense.
The Strangers also has one of the most terrifying shots in horror history, which you can see above. It's a long take of Kristen in the house by herself. And out from the shadows emerges The Man in the Mask (Kip Weeks). He just stands there and watches her for awhile before disappearing, and Kristen never notices. It's horrifying and nightmare-enducing.
Finally, I love how much of a slow-burn the film is. It takes its time to build up the tension and suspense. The strangers spend a good amount of time simply toying with James and Kristen. Some people may find this movie slow and boring at first, but I love that it takes its time.
What Sucks:
My only real complaint is the sequence where Kristen hides in a closet goes on for a bit too long. I feel like some of that could have been cut out and it would have improved the movie.
Verdict:
The Strangers is a terrifying film that takes its sweet time to build suspense instead of just constant jump scares. It has smart characters, and it has hyper-realism that makes the film of the scariest I've ever seen. It's a shame to sequel sucked so much, because the original has got it going on.
9/10: Great
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2016.09.12 09:07 RAWCollings Weekly Wackadadoo Discussion ~ Episode 152 & Guilty Pleasure Movies

New DC Casting & Guilty Pleasure Movies
The curse continues & the guys carry on their podcast destiny with news on Daniel Craig's Potato Head. There's also some other things.
Share What Guilty Pleasures You Reading below, discuss the week's news or share the "Caravan of Garbage" hype!
Mr Sunday's Brief: Uhhhhh what are we doing this week? Right, Daniel Craig back for Bond, Underworld Bloodwar, Avatar 2, Avengers Infinity War, Mel Gibson hating on Batman V Superman and some pretty sweet DC casting. Plus we discuss ours and your favourite guilty pleasure TV Shows and Movies. Thanks for listening!
Full "Links Breakdown" thing coming soon...
Roughly the News
James Bond News - Article
Underworld: Blood Wars - Trailer
Scott Speedman - Wiki
Avatar 2 News - Article
Infinity War: Rehearsal – Facebook Picture
Ghost Rider Teaser - Video
New Villain in Homecoming - Article
Spiderman 2: Boss Fight Video
International Symbol for Shocker – SFW Picture
Batman Animated News - Article
Under the Red Hood - Trailer
Batman: Year One - Trailer
Death of the Family - Wiki
Hat Goodman - Picture
Wildcats - Trailer
Eradicator - Wiki
Live By Night - Trailer
The Hat Squad - Pilot
Mel Gibson v Batman v Superman - Article
Green Lantern Punches Man Into Space - Video
The Flash’s Father Cast - Article
John Wesley Shipp Grabbing Dat Gem - Video
Joe Manganiello Cast as Deathstroke - Article
Joe Manganiello Filmography - Wiki
Theme/Topic: Wide Heads
Willem Dafoe – Pic
John Travolta - Pic
Ron Pearlman - Pic
Ray Liotta - Pic
Javier Bardem - Pic
Nancy Pelosi from Brazil - Pic
To be continued... probably.
Fright Night Porn Story: Episode 10 & 44 minutes in - Libsyn
Maso Reference on Aunty Donna Podcast
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2015.01.22 21:44 WileECyrus Duets (2000) is one of the most baffling films I've ever seen. Can we talk about it?

IMDB / Wikipedia
Duets is, admittedly, not a movie I often hear a lot of talk about. Fifteen years old - and showing every ounce of its just-before-9/11 age - Duets follows three pairs of strangers who find themselves unexpectedly flung together as they each try to get to Omaha for a national karaoke competition. Yes, that's what the movie is about. It's also an R-Rated comedy that more than earns that rating.
Let's consider our players before going any further:
As the story unfolds, our players all find themselves unwittingly converging upon the same place: Omaha, Nebraska, site of the national karaoke championships and a $5000 prize. Who will win? Who has what it takes to overcome their personal obstacles and reign supreme on the underground (?) karaoke circuit? Duets will leave you guessing until the final act.
And rather beyond that, actually, because none of them wins. The contest actually ends with one of them being shot dead by police officers right there on the karaoke stage (right after delivering a soulful a cappella rendition of "Free Bird", no less), and nobody gets the money.
So, where to begin with all of this? Some thoughts:
I've described Duets above as having a distinct "just-pre-9/11" quality, and I admit that this is something that can only really be recognized in hindsight. I've been watching a lot of 1999/2000 movies over the past couple of weeks out of curiosity about the cultural milieu that was ended by the attacks, and something as absurdly earnest as Duets fits right in. Aesthetically, though, the film has far more of a late-80s feel than a late-90s one. All of the cars are far more dated than they need to be. The characters all dress and act slightly less-than-modern, even for the time. None of them is young, with the exception of Gwyneth Paltrow, and even that is terribly forced.
I'll confess that I didn't know Bruce Paltrow existed, or that he was a movie director. Now that I do, and now that I see what he did to and with his daughter in this ridiculous movie, I just don't know what to think. The film was originally intended to have Brad Pitt star in the role eventually filled by Scott Speedman, but after Paltrow and Pitt's relationship ended he dropped out of the project. If this had just been intended as a vehicle for Paltrow Sr. to let his daughter have a fun movie with her boyfriend, that might have been one thing, but the characters don't even meet until the final twenty minutes.
The rest of her story arc is amazing in a sort of awful way. She's Huey Lewis' (you can see I'm not even trying with character names, here) daughter from a short fling in his youth, and he only stumbles upon her again after learning that her mother has died. They meet each other for the first time (as adults, at least) over the mother's corpse, left out on display in an empty chapel, and at numerous points in the story it's clear that Huey Lewis is struggling to remind himself that Paltrow is his daughter and not a young hottie he should be ogling. This whole storyline is just fucked up beyond belief. Paltrow's deceased mother is listed in the credits as "dead showgirl" rather than by her name, which is actually said numerous times, and the father and daughter team finally realize their love for one another as they unite for an uncomfortably erotic performance of Smokey Robinson's "Cruisin'". This is on the level of Michael and Maeby singing "Afternoon Delight" together in Arrested Development:
Babe, tonight belongs to us Everything's right, do what you must And inch by inch we get closer and closer To every little part of each other Ooh, babe, yes Let the music take your mind, babe Just release and you would find... 
Thanks, dad.
Anyway, the presence of Huey Lewis and the song choices the movie makes herald another problem (feature?) of Duets: it's an R-Rated comedy that skews old. The songs are mostly soulful standards of the 1970s and 80s, with only one character (Bello) choosing to go with Annie Lennox's "Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)" - which the film treats as a daring and modern novelty. The characters (even the younger ones) are all in a constant lather about the decay of the American spirit and the collapse of values; Paul Giamatti spends essentially the whole film going off on rants about corporations and the environment and the American Dream and strip malls and cookie-cutter suburbs and on and on and on. He even gets his ear pierced and starts taking beta blockers, so you know he's fucking serious.
The only trendy, hip, or new thing in this movie is karaoke itself, and that's just pure contrivance. It assumes its audience doesn't know what karaoke even is, to begin with, and goes to great lengths to make it seem like this shady and disreputable underground thing where brilliant singers go to thrill crowds and eventually have sex with everyone. Karaoke bars are treated like speakeasies, essentially, and at no point is it convincing. They're even invested with their own slang - "K-Talk" - that various characters use to signal their varying levels of involvement in the scene. Oh my god, this fucking movie.
The singing is all pretty good, thankfully, and virtually all of the cast performs their own stunts (so to speak). The only exception is the most jarring one possible: Andre Braugher's character is regularly treated as this amazing anomaly because how could a black ex-con be able to sing like that, my god, how is it possible. In fact, it's not, and Braugher is the only one of the major characters to have his singing overdubbed - in this case by Arnold McCuller.
To sum it all up, I don't know what the hell to think about Duets. Much of it was pleasant enough, and some of it was actually pretty good. The overriding concept is just insane, however, and it remains one of the most confusing film experiences I've had in recent years.
TL;DR: Incest, murder, blowjobs and karaoke make for uneven comedic success.
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2015.01.22 20:02 WileECyrus Duets (2000) is one of the most baffling movies I have ever seen.

The following piece is rather long. You don't have to read it! There's no need to point out that it's long or complain that it's long, though. That was never in question. It also contains spoilers, for anyone worried about that.
IMDB / Wikipedia
Duets is, admittedly, not a movie I often hear a lot of talk about. Fifteen years old - and showing every ounce of its just-before-9/11 age - Duets follows three pairs of strangers who find themselves unexpectedly flung together as they each try to get to Omaha for a national karaoke competition. Yes, that's what the movie is about. It's also an R-Rated comedy that more than earns that rating.
Let's consider our players before going any further:
  • Huey Lewis plays a seasoned karaoke hustler. Yes: he travels from town to town, pretending not to know what karaoke is, and then provokes prominent local karaoke performers into making outlandish bets with him. Then he sings like Huey Lewis and wins. I don't even know how I'm typing these words. Anyway, he is eventually joined by the daughter he hasn't seen in years, played absurdly by Gwyneth Paltrow. She is also, naturally, a really good karaoke singer. We'll return to the uncomfortable dimensions of this relationship shortly, but for now let it suffice to say that Paltrow (then 28) plays her role as though she were a deliberately jail-baity 18-year-old. Did I mention her own father directed the film?
  • Paul Giamatti plays an exhausted real estate executive who fears that he will have to spend the rest of his life living in hotel rooms instead of with his family. When he discovers that they hardly seem to know or care that he's been gone, he experiences a sort of psychotic break and begins driving aimlessly across the country - eventually ending up in a small-town karaoke bar. Once he is informed what karaoke even is (because, of course, he didn't know), he turns out to be a natural at it and begins to find the purpose he had been missing in his life. He also picks up a hitch-hiker in the form of a drifting ex-con played by Andre Braugher, who seems to want to exorcise the demons of his past - and who, naturally, is also an excellent singer.
  • Finally, Scott Speedman plays a down-and-out cab driver (and ex-seminarian for some reason) who starts hitting the bars when he finds out that his girlfriend has been cheating on him with the man who owns the other half of his cab. He is "hired" by Maria Bello, a broken but determined woman who seemingly lives by - you guessed it - winning karaoke contests as she hitch-hikes and buses around the country. When the karaoke money dries up she also just gives lots of blowjobs in exchange for favors, which the film is at pains to emphasize.
As the story unfolds, our players all find themselves unwittingly converging upon the same place: Omaha, Nebraska, site of the national karaoke championships and a $5000 prize. Who will win? Who has what it takes to overcome their personal obstacles and reign supreme on the underground (?) karaoke circuit? Duets will leave you guessing until the final act.
And rather beyond that, actually, because none of them wins. The contest actually ends with one of them being shot dead by police officers right there on the karaoke stage (right after delivering a soulful a cappella rendition of "Free Bird", no less), and nobody gets the money.
So, where to begin with all of this? Some thoughts:
I've described Duets above as having a distinct "just-pre-9/11" quality, and I admit that this is something that can only really be recognized in hindsight. I've been watching a lot of 1999/2000 movies over the past couple of weeks out of curiosity about the cultural milieu that was ended by the attacks, and something as absurdly earnest as Duets fits right in. Aesthetically, though, the film has far more of a late-80s feel than a late-90s one. All of the cars are far more dated than they need to be. The characters all dress and act slightly less-than-modern, even for the time. None of them is young, with the exception of Gwyneth Paltrow, and even that is terribly forced.
I'll confess that I didn't know Bruce Paltrow existed, or that he was a movie director. Now that I do, and now that I see what he did to and with his daughter in this ridiculous movie, I just don't know what to think. The film was originally intended to have Brad Pitt star in the role eventually filled by Scott Speedman, but after Paltrow and Pitt's relationship ended he dropped out of the project. If this had just been intended as a vehicle for Paltrow Sr. to let his daughter have a fun movie with her boyfriend, that might have been one thing, but the characters don't even meet until the final twenty minutes.
The rest of her story arc is amazing in a sort of awful way. She's Huey Lewis' (you can see I'm not even trying with character names, here) daughter from a short fling in his youth, and he only stumbles upon her again after learning that her mother has died. They meet each other for the first time (as adults, at least) over the mother's corpse, left out on display in an empty chapel, and at numerous points in the story it's clear that Huey Lewis is struggling to remind himself that Paltrow is his daughter and not a young hottie he should be ogling. This whole storyline is just fucked up beyond belief. Paltrow's deceased mother is listed in the credits as "dead showgirl" rather than by her name, which is actually said numerous times, and the father and daughter team finally realize their love for one another as they unite for an uncomfortably erotic performance of Smokey Robinson's "Cruisin'". This is on the level of Michael and Maeby singing "Afternoon Delight" together in Arrested Development:
Babe, tonight belongs to us Everything's right, do what you must And inch by inch we get closer and closer To every little part of each other Ooh, babe, yes Let the music take your mind, babe Just release and you would find... 
Thanks, dad.
Anyway, the presence of Huey Lewis and the song choices the movie makes herald another problem (feature?) of Duets: it's an R-Rated comedy that skews old. The songs are mostly soulful standards of the 1970s and 80s, with only one character (Bello) choosing to go with Annie Lennox's "Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)" - which the film treats as a daring and modern novelty. The characters (even the younger ones) are all in a constant lather about the decay of the American spirit and the collapse of values; Paul Giamatti spends essentially the whole film going off on rants about corporations and the environment and the American Dream and strip malls and cookie-cutter suburbs and on and on and on. He even gets his ear pierced and starts taking beta blockers, so you know he's fucking serious.
The only trendy, hip, or new thing in this movie is karaoke itself, and that's just pure contrivance. It assumes its audience doesn't know what karaoke even is, to begin with, and goes to great lengths to make it seem like this shady and disreputable underground thing where brilliant singers go to thrill crowds and eventually have sex with everyone. Karaoke bars are treated like speakeasies, essentially, and at no point is it convincing. They're even invested with their own slang - "K-Talk" - that various characters use to signal their varying levels of involvement in the scene. Oh my god, this fucking movie.
The singing is all pretty good, thankfully, and virtually all of the cast performs their own stunts (so to speak). The only exception is the most jarring one possible: Andre Braugher's character is regularly treated as this amazing anomaly because how could a black ex-con be able to sing like that, my god, how is it possible. In fact, it's not, and Braugher is the only one of the major characters to have his singing overdubbed - in this case by Arnold McCuller.
To sum it all up, I don't know what the hell to think about Duets. Much of it was pleasant enough, and some of it was actually pretty good. The overriding concept is just insane, however, and it remains one of the most confusing film experiences I've had in recent years.
TL;DR: Incest, murder, blowjobs and karaoke make for uneven comedic success.
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