In the Mouth of Madness 8/10 Carpenter does Lovecraft!
Gojira 10/10 finally watched the original Japanese version of Godzilla.
ITMOM was all right, I dunno, I thought it'd be better for some reason. Better than a lot of the Lovecraft movies that's for sure.
Hey, been kinda curious as to Godzilla movies for some reason lately. If you were to recommend the very best one to watch, what'd it be? The original? I'm talking about the original ones of course from the 60s-70s or whatever. Keep in mind I have no sentimental attachment or any preconceived notions about it really, other than it'll be kinda cheesy (which is ok).
I recently watched The Warriors and The Adventures of Baron Munchausen (1988). I had only caught snippets of both before. The Warriors was pretty decent. I watched the director's edition or whatever, and really liked the Greek references and comic book style. Munchausen was a visual feast; Terry Gilliam knocked it out of the park again.
Also watched Make-Out With Violence, an indie, somewhat arty zombie movie. The zombie in it wasn't even really the main focus, but a subplot birthed from the original plot of the main characters' love. Left many questions unanswered and it was generally disappointing, but it was definitely one of the most original zombie movies I've seen (or maybe I should say "movie-with-a-zombie-in-it").
Now those are some nice original zombie movies too. ;-D