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Thread: The Devil All the Time (Antonio Campos)

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    The Devil All the Time (Antonio Campos)

    Last Seen:
    Peeping Tom (M. Powell, 1960) ☆
    ​Midsommar (A. Aster, 2019) ☆
    ​Miller's Crossing (J. Coen, 1990)
    mother! (D. Aronofsky, 2017) ☆
    Superman: Doomsday (B. Timm/L. Montgomery/B. Vietti, 2007) ☆
    ​McCabe & Mrs. Miller (R. Altman, 1971)
    Fargo, S3 (N. Hawley, 2017) ☆
    Fog Hill of Five Elements (Hun L., 2020) ☆
    Kipo and the Age of Wonderbeasts, S3 (R. Sechrist, 2020) ☆
    The Empire of Corpses (R. Makihara, 2015) ☆

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    I'm working my up to this - Campos made one of the most insufferable movies I have ever seen in Afterschool, and I have held a grudge ever since and haven't gone near another one of his works. (The same thing happened with Ben Wheatley - I hated Kill List so much that I haven't bothered with any of his other films yet.)
    Last 10 Movies Seen
    (90+ = canonical, 80-89 = brilliant, 70-79 = strongly recommended, 60-69 = good, 50-59 = mixed, 40-49 = below average with some good points, 30-39 = poor, 20-29 = bad, 10-19 = terrible, 0-9 = soul-crushingly inept in every way)

    El
    (1973) 70
    The Day After
    (1983
    ) 63
    Duck, You Sucker (1971) 68
    Young Mr. Lincoln (1939) 71
    Noriko’s Dinner Party
    (2005) 61
    The Third Murder (2017) 56

    /Audition
    (1999) 85

    /Toy Story
    (1995) 65
    Vice (2018) 57
    The Counterfeit Traitor (1962) 62

    Stuff at Letterboxd
    Listening Habits at LastFM

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    collecting tapes Skitch's Avatar
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    Quote Quoting transmogrifier (view post)
    (The same thing happened with Ben Wheatley - I hated Kill List so much that I haven't bothered with any of his other films yet.)
    That's interesting because I feel every other Ben Wheatly film would be far more up your alley than Kill List. (Hes hit or way miss for me. Enjoyed Kill List.) The Field in England thing I couldn't finish, the Tower whatever movie was insane and I appreciated just maybe not enough to remember the title or revisit.

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    Quote Quoting transmogrifier (view post)
    I'm working my up to this - Campos made one of the most insufferable movies I have ever seen in Afterschool, and I have held a grudge ever since and haven't gone near another one of his works. (The same thing happened with Ben Wheatley - I hated Kill List so much that I haven't bothered with any of his other films yet.)
    How did you hate Kill List so much?

    Just asking because it was like, a 9/10 near masterpiece for me.

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    Quote Quoting megladon8 (view post)
    How did you hate Kill List so much?

    Just asking because it was like, a 9/10 near masterpiece for me.
    It was a while ago now, so I cannot remember the details, but I recall it as being grimy, cynically nasty, kind of amateurish.....
    Last 10 Movies Seen
    (90+ = canonical, 80-89 = brilliant, 70-79 = strongly recommended, 60-69 = good, 50-59 = mixed, 40-49 = below average with some good points, 30-39 = poor, 20-29 = bad, 10-19 = terrible, 0-9 = soul-crushingly inept in every way)

    El
    (1973) 70
    The Day After
    (1983
    ) 63
    Duck, You Sucker (1971) 68
    Young Mr. Lincoln (1939) 71
    Noriko’s Dinner Party
    (2005) 61
    The Third Murder (2017) 56

    /Audition
    (1999) 85

    /Toy Story
    (1995) 65
    Vice (2018) 57
    The Counterfeit Traitor (1962) 62

    Stuff at Letterboxd
    Listening Habits at LastFM

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