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#1 Land of Bits

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Posted 06 August 2017 - 02:11

hi people can anyone recommend me cool movies from the 70's 80's and 90's ...weird underground sci fi movies

horror stuff and whatever shit you like actually....im experiencing thw longest  artist block i ever had :(...and im so freaking sad and depress all of the time..:(

help  a friend here......

 

recommend me music too....:)


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Posted 06 August 2017 - 09:47

Perhaps you can take a look at Philip K. Dick's novels.

Many of them have been adapted on movies: Screamers, Blade Runner, Total Recall, Minority Report...
Don't know if it is this kind of movies you are looking for?


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Posted 06 August 2017 - 13:33

Perhaps you can take a look at Philip K. Dick's novels.

Many of them have been adapted on movies: Screamers, Blade Runner, Total Recall, Minority Report...
Don't know if it is this kind of movies you are looking for?

bro i love his stuff "A Scanner Darkly" its been influential a lot to me and of course blade runner. thanks man


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Posted 06 August 2017 - 17:45

You only need to watch one movie to get back on track: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0084787/ (The Thing 1982)

 

Then if you're in a bizarre mood: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0129332/ (Ravenous 1999)

 

If that wasn't bizarre enough for you and you haven't seen these, then you're in for a treat: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0092610/ &  http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0103873/ (Bad Taste 1987 & Brain Dead 1992)


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Posted 06 August 2017 - 19:16

Hardware (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0099740/) ; A Boy and his Dog (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0072730/)

 

Night Watch (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0403358/) and Day Watch (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0409904/) for freaky cool visuals . (Those are from the 21 C. )

 

Can't think of too many horror films.  The original Texas Chainsaw Massacre was well done. (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0072271/

 

For more weird-dream stuff, almost anything from Jean Cocteau, but especially Orpheus (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0041719/) and Beauty and the Beast (La belle et la bête ) (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0038348/) .

 

There's a DVD version of that last one that has a Phillip Glass soundtrack as an option.


One problem with such requests is it's hard to know what someone else thinks is "weird underground."

 

I tend to assume, for example, that most people know of Eraserhead, but maybe not.  http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0074486/


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Posted 06 August 2017 - 21:22

 

 

(More info: https://en.wikipedia...ker_(1979_film))


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Posted 06 August 2017 - 21:25

thanks guys a lot of awesome material in here ...i think im going to start watching from the top..:)



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Posted 06 August 2017 - 22:27

Yes, Stalker is seriously fascinating. I found the full movie here:

 


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Posted 07 August 2017 - 04:03

Yes, Stalker is seriously fascinating. I found the full movie here:

 

Higher quality version, with subtitles in several languages.

 


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Posted 07 August 2017 - 17:14

The City of Lost Children will really bake your noggin, as will Waking Life. Harrison Bergeron is a great short story by Kurt Vonnegut that was adapted into a pretty decent TV movie

 

But hey, man, if you're depressed and lonely, don't forget to get out, go for walks or a bike ride, visit a dog park, eat some fresh fruit & veggies, get some sleep, go on a photo scavenger hunt -- take care of yourself! Depression is a sign that your body's not getting what it needs, so don't stay in the dark basement watching vids and Renoising ALL THE TIME, ok? 

 

Take it from me -- I've been there, and getting good sleep, exercise, and nutrition are the best way to shake off your funk. Staying inspired and surprised by life helps a lot too. 

 

Hang in there!


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Posted 08 August 2017 - 14:05

Sorry to hear that man, some good advice on here - talk to people, do volunteer work, definitely dont stay in the house with the curtains shut all day - we've all been there.

 

This site has a great selection of films to inspire you https://mubi.com/films



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Posted 14 August 2017 - 17:49

Welt am Draht is an exzellent suggestion. I must be ancient or missing something...

 

Logans Run


THX 1138

 

Dark Star



Dark Star and one spliff please.

 

Soylent Green

 

Zardoz



Brainstorm

 

Collosus: The Forbin Project


Demon Seed


SIlent Running


Barbarella


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Posted 26 August 2017 - 01:39

1. Melancholie der Engel
http://m.imdb.com/title/tt1420558

Not for everyone and very grim and ethereal and obsessed with death and decay, possibly bad for any sort of depression, but the background OST is very nice and the visuals while jarring and the story really weird, it has a sort of serenity and beauty to it. I rate it personally 9 stars for the entertainment value I got out of it, and I read literature. It's not for everybody as I said and it's borderline insane.

2. Possession of Michael King
http://m.imdb.com/title/tt2282016/

Possibly the best rendition of a demonic possession in terms of what a real life one would look like and what depression and grief makes someone decide which path to take. Grim and gritty and again not really for everyone. Don't be fooled with its lower budget, think of it like you got your friends camera and you are shocked to see what he went through. It will stay with you for a while.

3. Mylene Farmer music videos. She is the best selling diva from France but go for her earlier works from the 80s to late 90s, very dark and moody stuff and long movie style videos. I was in love with her for a long time as a fan and still am though have reconciled with those teenage feelings by now (phew.. is she hot!!). I was in crazy crush with her vocals and music in my school days and her trippy songs still get me to this day.

4. Hector Zazou's collaboration with Katie Jane Garside, Corps Electrified. Very sensual, very bluesy and very electronic and textured. Amazing compositions that blow your mind. Good for a mood boost.

5. Pilgrimage -9 songs of Ecstasy, a downtempo and spiritual masterpiece of a project with a lineup that reads like a genius census. Still my all time favourite album featuring soprano star Catherine Bott and DJ Spooky, Philip Glass, Ray Manzarena and other world class musicians. The music and text are taken from Hildegard Von Bingen's writings, she is a 10th century polymath and mystic and a professional nun. She has aristocratic roots and lived in ancient Germany. If I saw a woman like that with such level of talent and giftedness I would fall in love immediately. This CD is released by Hyperion Classics and falls under classical for some reason, even though it sounds more like a Trip Hop album. The title track Pilgrimage has some really kick ass swing that is so cool for a spiritual track, and the pianos and guitar solos are lilting and they lift you above the clouds. Eric Calvi and Simon Cloquet are the main producers but I am unable to find any information on them. A mystery to me. This album effectively increased my musicianship and I can play all the songs on this album since I have been listening to it since 1999 via AudioGalaxy way back when Google was not even invented and I used to visit cracking forums and spend time reverse engineering Windows PE files coming back from school. Those good old days! Found the whole album on YouTube:

https://m.youtube.co...h?v=7DG7dSUsdDQ


Hildegard Von Bingen's music is very soothing vocal chanting and you will find it calming:

https://m.youtube.co...h?v=jGfLUXtARjM

6. Le Tableau.
http://m.imdb.com/title/tt1891769

Very good French psychedelic animated movie, good story as well quite reminiscent of the matrix but done in a rather fairytale style.

7. Depression cure- it's a process that is natural but you still require persistence.

Take bath and care of your hygeine, colder countries have a reputation of not doing this daily (notably France) and good old Eurofunk joke among Americans, for obvious reasons but a bath every other day is really good for your mood. This also involves clearing out your bowel. If you have bowel issues eat lot of fiber- cabbage is my all time favourite and so it is in Germany as well.

Please do not drink coke and soft sugar drinks or even alcohol. These things only cloud your mind and provide a short term release of endorphins, they don't contribute to your health in any other way. Eat a simple vegetarian diet and reduce meat eating to very minute levels.

Brush your teeth and floss. Take a tablet of Albendazole, which you can get over the counter (take one tablet and chew it, repeat every one month or as needed, stop for atleast 4 months after that) which is a worm killer that will clear out your intestines and keep your guts healthy. Depression can be caused by a lot of factors, just make sure these are not the ones. Process of elimination.

Talk to your close friends and family not only about the problem at hand, but rather just for daily conversation like casual things. If you have ever faced depression to a higher degree you will feel that you have absolutely no interest in anything, even talking to your best friends and even music will feel like a chore. But if you take things in small chunk and help your body heal, the mind will follow.

Wake up early in the morning, even if you don't feel like it initially, sleep early and wake up early. It does wonders for the body and mind. Sleep in the dark btw and let your mind rest. If it's insomnia, heavy exercise and a very comfortable and calm sleeping environment is all you need.

Sometimes sex can give you that boost you need to carry on to the next phase, so if you have women in your life then use them or get one and practice safe sex. It's a proven way to better health.

Read the Bible and pray, visit church if it's on your way of things.

Lastly a very bad suggestion- play the Ouija board and let demons enter your life, just kidding. Make sure you never play anything occult out of loneliness or depression, it can potentially destroy your God gifted life. These things exist and I have personal experience with them, they are not your garden variety creatures, they will stick with you and can be very tricky to get rid of.

Sunlight is a very important factor and is the source of all life on earth. Please go out and get your daily dose of morning sunlight. It will make your bones stronger and mood better and mind sharper. Your days will fill with solar powered energy. End of the day we are all solar powered machines. Get your fill today, before stocks finish!!

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Posted 27 August 2017 - 15:58

...and im so freaking sad and depress all of the time.. :(

help  a friend here......

 

Well, I collect weird movies and I do have some I could point out to you, but some are extremely grim, so maybe better to get rid of your depression first, and hopefully, these two short indie movies will do that :D

If these get rid of the depression successfully, let me know and I'll point out the grim stuff next time (hahaha).

 

These are both shorts (about 30 minutes each), both from the same indie director, both covering the same subject.   Both are done in a distinct style and are completely without dialogue.  The subject is a married man who goes about his daily life.  He's getting older, but like all men, that doesn't seem to effect his sexual appetite when it comes to "women".  He's one who, without even trying, finds himself in situations that would normally be considered male fantasies.  And when it happens, he's completely hopeless at dealing with it, totally taken back, and basically just tries to go along with it as only he knows how.

 

I think the lesson in both these shorts is that we all get older, but if you've got it, you've got it and age is no barrier (and apparently he's still got it) :D

 


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Posted 27 August 2017 - 16:02

all of you guys thank you very much im feeling pretty ok now  but this thread its an interesting way of know each other likes ...all of this film recomendations are awesome im currently watching a lot of this stuff :) think its great


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Posted 27 August 2017 - 19:35

all of you guys thank you very much im feeling pretty ok now ...

 

Ok then, one of the most disturbing films I've seen is Andrey Iskanov's "Philosophy of a Knife".

 

Shot in black and white, based on a true story, and uses a survivor of the real experiments as narrator in parts.  Basically, this is about a secret experiment facility where the Japanese used to experiment on the Russians.  I believe they were testing human tolerences, analysing what the human body can and cannot withstand.  What they did to people in that facility, will totally blow your mind (and hopefully make your blood boil with anger).  But this is the sort of crap that goes on with governments behind our backs, and I dread to think what goes on with todays technology - DNA etc - the very thought makes me sick!

 

Anyway, please take this as a polite warning, that if you're not into dark, indie realism, then you probably should avoid watching it (really).  On the other hand, if you're into arty black and white indy films that are 'raw and gritty' in nature, then seriously, this one is the most raw and gritty I've ever seen.  In fact, if anyone knows of a more raw and gritty film than this I would love to know the name of it so that I can check it out myself.  Watching this for four hours in a dark room with headphones on will really take you into a dark world.

 

The film is epic in length, running for a total of over four hours, and was split into two parts even on a single DVD release.  Obviously, both parts are included on the DVD, but I can only find the second part of it on YouTube so no point me linking to it.  If you like weird films then PLEASE do not try to watch it on YouTube otherwise you will ruin it for yourself.  I say this because if you haven't seen it yet, you will certainly want to see the first part if you were to watch the second.  For that reason, maybe just watch it for a short while, and if you like it, wait until you can watch it properly on a DVD where you'll be able to play Part 1 followed by Part 2 - the way it's meant to be played - and support the indie filmmaker in the process.

 

You might think I'm being a control freak, but you'll wish you had listened to me if you like the movie and ignore what I just said ;)


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Posted 27 August 2017 - 20:51

BTW, there's another film I know of that I would also rank as truly raw and gritty.  In some ways it's tame compared to that one, but in other ways it's more real because it makes use of real-life events in it's structure.  However, I'm a bit hesitant to point it out until the mods here have at least had time to see the post above.  If they leave that one I'll post the other, but I'm not doing so until I've had chance to evaluate the moderators position on this stuff by them letting it remain in this thread.

 

Just don't want to risk getting my arse kicked-off the forum or anything!


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Posted 27 August 2017 - 21:07

Philosophy of a knife was a great watch in my college days, especially the ebola blood diarrhoea scene and the breaking of the frozen legs scene and the facial skinning as well as the cockroach inside the vagina scene. The vaginal disembowelment is also a very weird kind of scene almost like making beef mince meat. The dental extraction scene is also kool. It's not really that bad however, it's cringy but it's done with lower production values which is exactly why it looks kinda realistic. The ost is mostly industrial noisecore adding to the mood. Good entertainment value but God does it take time or what..

It's very reminiscent of what the crazy Nazi doctors used to do on helpless jewsish prisoners like burning genitals and suffocation experiments.

Barring art movies a LOT of snuff movies are really hard to watch if you can find them. Live shooting, real disembowelment, drug cartel violence with live mutilation and torture, suffocation sex and live death by asphyxiation are just some to watch out for. Satanic ritual videos, animal crushing videos, pillow fights done with real babies(I mean goodness gracious, how low can humans get really!) And the injuries to look at later is truly heart rending.

There is a website that specialises in accident and mutilation vids. It's free and it's a regular site called Superzooi.com

You can find it via Google itself. Search for drug violence videos and get ready to have your mind blown off. I could be banned or warned after I post this but I won't post any links for sure. I hope the moderators don't take it down just yet.

But ya there are a lot of such sites, genuine demonic and ghost videos as well, I saw some on YouTube that were taken down for some reason, one where it's really really genuine stuff, totally freak worthy. It's worth your time to search all this , but for God's sake do not watch too much of all this. I happen to have seen the real stuff and even though I can stomach all this(real demons and ghosts too), I soon realised that it's as unhealthy as it gets, after the entertainment value drops off, the repitition and insanity comes to the front and that is when you begin to see things for what they really are. Especially the repitition factor, they all look the same after a while, and that's when it starts truly bothering you. Like a live version of hell, different mechanisms all leading to the same thing. I used to have really elaborate lucid dreams about constantly shape-shifting scenarios and demonic faces and highly creative transition and morph FX between those ugly visions that would give hell an Oscar in the Fx category. Needless to say I stopped right after those things started to look real, like when I was seeing a glass of water I could see shapes moving. The problem with all this negativity is that it attracts further negativity and like resonance it builds after a while. Don't get suckered into all this. Jesus is the truth, the way and the life. He is your maker and protector and father. He has already saved you so it's our duty to uphold that privilege and focus on the good things in life like Renoise and music :)

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Posted 27 August 2017 - 22:07

BEGOTTEN is a weird horror movie, no dialogs, b&w ugly images, almost monochromatic, low frame rate, just strange sounds, etc...
But it is a movie, so no problem, you can watch it, it is a singular experience...

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Posted 27 August 2017 - 22:16

That's really quite disturbing talk there, Vic.

 

There's a world of difference between what Andrey Iskanov has produced in Philosophy of a Knife (which is a documentary film based on real events using an actual survivor as narrator), and the sort of thing you were just talking about.  And no, I won't be visiting that site or anything like it.  It's monstrous crap like that gives the censors excuses to ban stuff like Iskanov's movie, cause people tend to lump everyone under the same psychopathic hammer as those who enjoy real people (or animals) getting hurt or killed.  I wonder how many people will look at Philosophy of a Knife, and think to themselves, hey, this Renoiser dude must be a complete fucking psycho for watching this!

 

Fact is, I'm the sort of guy who won't even swat a fly - you know the quickest way to get a fly out of the room?

Close the curtains and open the door, which makes the room dark so the fly will aim for the light outdoors - where it belongs ;)


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Posted 27 August 2017 - 22:18

Men Behind the Sun is also a quite gory and exploitative movie.

https://m.youtube.co...h?v=ST1ssiw8wfQ

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Posted 27 August 2017 - 22:27

@Renoised, I totally agree with you and your sentiments. The movie is an artistic expression and not a news documentary or a cctv capture or a police file case video. But the world is filled with vermin whether one likes it or not. Knowing what is out there can also save you if you know what to avoid.Of course it's not easy for everyone and most of all the victims (I can't re-see some of those videos...sheesh, so bad sometimes), and I truly feel for them. You must imagine what the police folks must be going through when they discover and sift through piles of paedophilia pic and video hard drive dumps and cctv evidences that can literally shake one up. They have to go through counselling and even psychiatric help many a times. One undercover cop came on BBC recently and told his story of how he uncovered massive corruption in the police departments and that left him scarred and he went for psychiatric help. It's really that bad when you confront the evil in this universe. Malachi Martin, the well known and respected Jesuit and Exorcist says the same thing that something dies in one's soul after a direct battle with an evil force. It's just already there in nature around us, to can't avoid it but you can deter it, contain it and confront it. Knowing is the first step.

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Posted 27 August 2017 - 23:10

Well I do agree with you there, Vic, knowing what's out there can certainly save you, it's one of the reasons I have zero tolerence for censorship (and why no one else should tolerate censorship either).

 

Back to the lighter typically Sci-Fi type stuff, I came across this one on YouTube about a month ago.

First time I ever saw it, has that cool 80s thing about it and a rather pretty 80s babe as well :dribble:

 


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Posted 05 September 2017 - 16:51

The movie "Audition" is quite cool, creepy, and arty (the orginal Japanese one).


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