I like war movies and I'm betting one or two of those here maybe partial to them too.
War movies can be good on many levels. Some focus on the horrors of war, others on the the brotherhoods formed under fire. Themes vary from celebrating the courage and valour of the men involved to the moral...
What are some movies not widely regarded as "Christmas movies" but have Christmas as a component and you consider them Christmas movies?
The Shop Around The Corner (1940). Events lead up to Christmas Eve.
One Hundred and One Dalmatians (animated, 1961). Ends on Christmas.
I'm currently working as armorer and prop designer for a low-budget series. I can't go into too many details, as I signed a non-disclosure agreement, but what I can say is that I am insistent on making the weaponry used realistic to the characters, and making sure they use the weapons in a real...
I starting thinking about this the other day. I feel if there was more movies and tv shows that encourage prepping/readiness, maybe more people would take it serious.
And I'm not just saying a show like Dooms Day Preppers. I mean a real movie that shows how each scenario we talk about, and how...
This is just a fun thread to see what music you would choose to be jamming out to, should you find a working iPod after the apocalypse. Ever since the movie "The Book of Eli" I've been on the lookout for awesome post apocalyptic anthems. Here's some cool ones I've come upon recently:
Hey guys, I d like to ask for alternative/foreign survival movies.
I have recently watched "Dersu Uzala, 1975" and "As far as my feet can carry me", and I was amazed by the quality of these movies, although they are not so known in the US.
Do you guys know any other survival movies...
Hey guys, I have a fascination for Russia and for Survivalism.
I have recently watched "Dersu Uzala, 1975" and "As far as my feet can carry me".
Do you guys know any other survival movies made/happening in Russia? Whatever language they speak in the movie.
Thank you so much!
I ve just found...
Well, Since Halloween is coming up, what are you favorite horror movies back in the days
Here is the rules, it must be from the 1910s to 1990
Here is mine
1. John Carpenter's The Thing(1982)
4. Night of The Living Dead(1968)
5. Dawn of the Dead(1978)
The Secular Humanist media has panned the movie "For Greater Glory" because it is pro-religion / anti- government suppression of religious freedom. The movie (plays much like a documentary with religious fervor thrown in) concerns the Cristero War in Mexico. In the 1920's the Leftist president...
Are you serious? I saw the trailer preview..
You couldn't pay me to go see that overhyped piece of commercialized rubbish. I'll wait until it's on TNT or G4 next year. I predict that mindless sheeple masses will blindly flock to that big-budget turd in record numbers this weekend to give their...
Anybody else here a fan of western or cowboy films?
A few of my favs are:
The Long Riders
Wild Bill [was on last night LoL]
Tombstone [lots of good movie quotes from that one!]
Dances with Wolves