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  1. So I read that 4chan synopsis. Honestly, doesn't sound terrible. If anything it just comes off as really generic. Aside from one moment that......well, is dumb, no other way I can put it.
  2. Playing at Fantastic Fest: https://fantasticfest.com/films/under-the-silver-lake Runtime is 139 minutes, a minute under the original at Cannes. Doesn't seem like there was any major re-edits.
  3. Rated PG-13 for "sequences of monster action and destruction, and for some language".
  4. Nah, don't you see Tony? It's obviously because of the "EVIL SJWS!" /s
  5. TheManFromBeyond

    All 6 Major Studios with a $100M December Movie Club

    Imma say out, mostly due to Mortal Engines and Alita. Heck the only ones that I'm confident in passing 100 Mil domestic are Mary Poppins and Aquaman. Spider-Verse could possibly get there, depending on how audiences react to it.
  6. As others have said, this is looking like another I, Tonya situation. Though given some of the content that's described in the film and the timing, I wonder if audiences will be more reluctant with this one. Very excited for VL though. Might give Brady Corbet's first film a watch on Netflix before this releases.
  7. Don't hire child predators to act in your film. It's not that fucking hard. I say this as someone who is a fan of Shane Black and is still interested in this film (though it's definitely gone down with all this crap and the meh reviews).
  8. Yeah, I'm surprised this isn't playing in the Midnight Madness section at TIFF. Maybe a last minute addition to Fantastic Fest?
  9. TheManFromBeyond

    Halloween over 80 million OW club

    Alright, I'll be brave and say I'm in.
  10. TheManFromBeyond

    I Had a Series of Visions: The Nun over $70m OW

    The best comparison for The Nun, would be the Annabelle films, both of which opened between 35 and 40 Million in their opening weekends. Now, the hype seems to be much bigger for this one compared to those ones. Every film I've been to that played the teaser left the audience terrified, with my most recent example being with Crazy Rich Asians (they lost their minds at the jumpscare). So the film could definitely surpass those films. HOWEVER, we must also remember that the biggest opening weekend a Conjuring film has had was the original at just under $42 Million. And while The Nun COULD surpass that, I'm not sure if the hype is enough to carry it into 70 Million (at least on opening weekend). So given that The Conjuring series still hasn't had a film open to more than $45 Million domestically, I'm gonna say I'm OUT, with my estimation going between 40 Mil and 50 Mil.
  11. Forgive me if this has already been shown, but this is premiering as the opening night film at Fantastic Fest: https://fantasticfest.com/news/entry/epic-second-wave-has-landed-halloween-on-opening-night

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