The 1st half of this movie was made as if it and everyone was on cocaine. Holy shit my senses were terrorized. I first saw this back in 2001 but didn't remember really anything from it. It was surprising to see Mark Wahlberg in a movie that depicts war and those who take part in such a way this movie did. Nowadays he's prolly like psht! Fuck that movie! It slows up a bit in the later half and I…
Watched this movie twice now. It gets me too damn hype. I first learned about the homie Freddy Hampton a few years ago and I'm so glad he is getting some love now. The fact that the movie studio didn't shy away from using some of those scary "ism" words is...interesting. Capitalism will sell us the rope it uses to hang itself tho. To quote basically everyone in The Wire, "that' s how they do."
Anyway, this movie further convinced me that Cyrus from The Warriors is basically Freddy fuckin' Hampton.
All power to the people.
Youtube kino. I hope Criterion puts this out one day with spine #2020.
Rewatch and a counterpunch
Mofos be trippin'. Been seein' too many sub 5-star reviews of The Evil Dead so I had to rewatch to ensure the scales don't tip the wrong way for this film and because it's my favorite horror movie of all time. It's also one of the greatest ever made and would be on the Mt. Rushmore of horror movies. It's also the 2nd greatest possession movie ever right behind The Exorcist.
Anyway, my earliest memory…