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Movies, TV, Books & Music / Re: The Horror Movie Thread
« on: April 21, 2017, 07:02:56 PM »
Greetings boys and ghouls! I've got a new group of horror movie reviews to share with you so grab your crotches because I'm going to scare your balls off.
:ganishka: That's awesome!

The Conjuring 2 was pretty bad.

I'm currently watching Annabelle so I guess I shouldn't review it yet, but so far so suck.

I also watched The Midnight Meat Train which I actually really liked.

Yesterday I watched Lights Out which I thought was good and creepy as fuck.

It Follows. It's incredible.
Agree with everything you said above.

Skeleton, I recommend you check out The Void (saw this last weekend and was meaning to write about it), Raw, The Wailing (stick till the end), The Eyes Of My Mother, and if you're a Kiyoshi Kurosawa fan - Creepy (to me, it marks his return to form and I finally got to watch it earlier this year ... more of a Thriller though). IT Follows came out last year ... so I'd also recommend Green Room if you haven't seen it yet.

Movies, TV, Books & Music / Re: Star Wars: The Last Jedi
« on: April 14, 2017, 04:11:21 PM »
For die-hard fans such as myself, anything less than the movie proper is a teaser.
Ahahaha, cool beans! I think this'll be the last video I watch before actually watching the film cos I don't want to get spoiled.

Movies, TV, Books & Music / Re: Star Wars: The Last Jedi
« on: April 14, 2017, 03:36:11 PM »
Neat poster.

Watched it on mute cos I'm at work but it looks decent. There's some drama, action, explosions, running, BB, sabers. When it finished, I though to myself "Ok, I'm gonna have to watch the first one again before diving into this one ..." but the next moment, I figured I didn't have to. Episode VII didn't click with me to the extent that I feel the need to watch it a third time. I watched it again this past December after a year of it's release and it felt flat.

The video is over 2 mins long, why call it a teaser?!

Hi Sweval, nice write up.

Brett is an engineering technician and is the first crew member to encounter and be killed by the full grown Xenomorph. Brett is rather stupid and easily one of the least likeable of the crew.
Brett whipped up some cattle prods and nets to capture the alien, I wouldn't think that would classify him as 'rather stupid'.

Lambert is the umm, actually I’m not sure what Lambert’s job is aboard the ship, she might be the communications officer of the helmsman someone feel free to correct me.
She's actually the ships navigator.

Vagabond / Re: Inoue News Archive
« on: April 12, 2017, 03:30:02 PM »
^ that's gorgeous.

Below is a recent drawing by Inoue for the Kumamoto International Manga Festival.

Buying / Selling / Re: Berserk Konami Miura Autograph Cards for Sale
« on: March 16, 2017, 04:07:19 AM »
Holy shit dude, that's INSANE. Good luck with the sale. If you're a prospect buyer and you're reading this, Tirade is extremely recommended to transact with.

By the way, I think you and I went on a bid war for one of these cards back in March of 2014 ;o

Buying / Selling / Re: [FS] AOW collection and possibly more
« on: March 09, 2017, 03:19:27 PM »
I have sent you messages but none seem to be appearing in my Sent box. have you gotten any? I am not used to Forum formats... Sorry!

No problem brokenknight. I received one message from you and just replied to it, along with some info on how you can save your sent messages and view them.

Movies, TV, Books & Music / Re: Movies to look forward to
« on: March 08, 2017, 05:13:00 AM »
The Void, cult theme/group meets The Thing -

Raw -

XX, an all female horror anthology -

Buying / Selling / Re: [FS] AOW collection and possibly more
« on: March 07, 2017, 07:22:54 PM »
Hello, I'm new to the forum and was pointed in its direction by the owner of Are you still selling items? I want to continue to add to my growing berserk collection!

I sure am. PM sent.

Current Episodes / Re: Status of Berserk's Pre-publication
« on: March 07, 2017, 07:16:04 PM »
Fantastic news. I might not be able to get to the episode right when it comes out but I'll hover and check out the podcast that'll drop that weekend :ubik:

Movies, TV, Books & Music / Re: Movies you've recently watched
« on: March 07, 2017, 04:14:14 PM »
I saw Get Out last week and it was good fun. The audience was totally into the movie and it ruined it for me a little because I don't like clapping and all that jazz. There was this guy who laughed a little too late after a scene/ joke and held it long where a bunch of other members of the audience laughed at it. Things like that take away from a tense moment. Outside of that, the film itself has a witty script - leading to some really good and uncomfortable conversations and it's funny in parts with a good, slow build up. It felt more like a Thriller with a handful of jump scares. I'd avoid watching the trailer if you haven't checked it out already because looking back at it, it definitely spoils some cool moments. There's a lot of information in either the dialog or what's around the house that ties into the story. Peele was meticulous about that kind of stuff and parts of the soundtrack reminded me of The Shining. I'd give it a solid 8 on 10.

Movies, TV, Books & Music / Re: Movies to dread
« on: February 23, 2017, 03:03:01 PM »
I watched it twice now and it feels a bit forced. Anyway, I'm glad it's a prologue and it won't make it to the film, phew. Good riddance. Fassy looks a bit older but it's a good separation in the 'look' department of Walter (the character not out own Walter!) compared to David. So I'm curious to see how they handle that.

James Franco? Really? I've been keeping myself in the dark about everything related to this movie in hopes that it'll help IF I decide to go see it (freeze framing every inch of those Prometheus trailers ultimately made the sting that much worse upon finally seeing the finished product). Seeing James Franco here is a big turnoff. I genuinely despise this guy now, at this point. Maybe if he stuck to his own realm of comedies or movies that better suited his style he wouldn't piss me off as much, but does he have to be in EVERYTHING. The guy dips his feather in any project he has a slightest interest in and it's the audience that suffers because he's TOO well known to play anybody other than James Franco in any movie he's in.

I can appreciate an actor trying to branch out and show more range by taking on different projects other than what people know them for. But there's a right way to do it. Robert DeNiro used his tough guy mobster persona to make several genuinely funny comedies ( before he slid completely into the realm of bullshit feel good family pictures). Jim Carrey made some decent movies that allowed him to do both comedy and drama. James Franco, on the other hand, seemingly has the power to pick and choose whatever project he wants, without any method or science behind it. It's like he has contempt for the audience. It doesn't matter if he's even right for the part, if it's something HE wants to do, he does it. Ultimately, it's the movie that'll suffer, all for the appeasement of his bloated ego.

IMO  :azan:

Hahaha oh boy, I hear ya. I know a lot of people who don't like Franco for various reasons. Him, Shia, Tom Cruise and a few others fall in that 'can't stand' category for some folk. Speaking of Franco only, I actually don't mind the guy and if him being in everything is one of the main reasons for your opinion, I think it's fair ... but it also makes you think - what's wrong with trying to get some range or showing it off? Are you saying an actor must pigeon-hole himself to one or two specific genres or kinds of movies? It's almost as if you're faulting him for trying. I'm not saying Franco is an amazing actor but the notion you have that he should stick to just comedies or goofy movies and not touch something serious piqued my curiosity. On the other hand of my discussion ...


Berserk Merchandise / Re: Displaying Berserk Art & Merchandise
« on: February 21, 2017, 02:54:52 PM »
Guys :puck: we need more :ganishka: :beast:

Awww man, that’s one of the most amazing displays I’ve seen and especially because of the thought that went into the display, placement and overall arrangement of pieces. It flows SO well, hats off to you sir! I especially love how you showcased Gyakko, pretty creative! 

Quick cell phone shot of the set up in my new house.  Don't have everything out.  Was starting to feel junky. 

Incredible Maiku. All little Pucks together look damn cute! Moving to a new place must have been hella stressful with boxing everything and then having to unbox everything. When I moved a couple of months ago, I was asking DK how to pack some statues cos I didn’t have enough picture~reference for em! Man, it was such a stressful time, I don’t even want to think about it *escapes*. I still haven’t figured out or am too scared to remove the cape from Guts 1/6 and at the time of the move, I held its Styrofoam box on my lap and rode with the movers in their fan, just to make sure =_=’

Well, I ended up taking some pictures today for the AOW Winter Journey photo contest.  I had to move a display case and some statues out of my room this weekend because my heat unit needs fixing and technicians are coming tomorrow to install a new one.  So I figure, might as well take some photos!  It's been a while anyways.  Most of these you've already seen on my site, but always nice to see them in a different light.

My god, that display is fanfaaaaakingtastic~!! 5 breathtaking kits, 5 AOW statues and 3 helmets, such a treat. I love the fact that it gives the viewer a reference for scale for some of the bigger newer AOW statues mixed with the old, because we’re seeing them side by side. The height Tentacle Ship gets because of that sword is ridiculous, such a display-nightmare. What's incredible is that this display/ spread is only off the things you had to move to replace the heater ... there's so much more for us fans to see :isidro:. And, poor SK hahaha!

To anyone entering the contest, good luck mates!

Movies, TV, Books & Music / Re: Movies you've recently watched
« on: January 13, 2017, 04:35:19 PM »
My first film was some version of Tarzan but I was two years old at the time and obviously don't remember! My folks swore not to take us to the movies till we were older. I was eleven when they took me for Last Action Hero cos I loved Arnold.

So a bunch of movies in the last few months -


Finding Dory - charming and I'd recommend checking it out for the pair of whales who were awesome.

X-Men Apocalypse - I still remember that cheesy moment Metallica's music was on screen but overall, it was not very good at all. Appreciated Fassbender's emotion in that forest scene.


The Secret Life Of Pets - not too bad, this was a light date movie and I'd just watched Louie CK's standup the evening before.

Ghostbusters - hey I thought it was decent coming from a place with zero expectations and it didn't help I have a huge crush on Kate.


The new Bourne movie - eeehh, plot felt pretty weak, predictable and the movie was just loud.


Queen of Katwe - definitely recommend watching one, it's a story of a girl in the slums of Katwe (Uganda) who learns to play chess and tries to go competitive so she can afford a better living for herself and her family. Good performances overall.


Godzilla Resurgence or Shin Godzilla - this was a lotta fun but it depends on how you'd take the Evangelion influence because the music, camera angles, plot direction and a few ideas/ things are very reminiscent of the first Evangelion movie from the reboot series of films. So that could either be a good thing or a bad thing where it didn't feel like Godzilla ... buuuuuuuuuuuuuuut the destruction in the movie is just oooouufff, I loved it.


Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them - I thought it was charming in places you saw Randy Daytona on screen but that's about it. I thought it was okay at best, one time watch.

Moonlight - now this was a movie I was so glad I watched. Highly recommend it to all. The less you know, the better. It didn't blow me away but it was satisfying.

Moana - I liked some of the music on here where it made me want to check out those 2 songs I liked a week later and the story was touching. Recommended for a casual watch.

Arrival - I had a lot of things to talk about fresh from watching it but I never got around posting about it. The soundtrack felt familiar and in the midst of the film I realized I'd heard it (!), LIVE, a month before at a cathedral where Johann Johannsson performed and I'd gone to watch it. It all came back to me in a good way. I didn't mind the movie or the plot (felt a little 'eehhh' in the end) but I enjoyed the ride. The brooding cinematography and camera zooming in or out at the beginning made me a little uneasy but it's part of the experience. I'd go back to this in a few months cos I liked it.


I took up MoviePass which's a subscription for theaters, you pay $49.99 and you can potentially watch 1 movie per day. The catch - you have to book it through the app and you have to wait 24 hours before the next movie you book. So that creates a bit of a hurdle if you book a show today at 8 PM and then want to catch another show tomorrow at 7 PM. But yeah, tickets are about $15 a pop, so after the 3rd movie, everything you watch is free.

Edge of Seventeen - didn't know anything about it going in and it was not bad, not bad at all. Woody's character was the most fun. I'd recommend checking it out.

La La Land - great soundtrack, great cinematography, Emma was really good, Ryan was Ryan (woody) but I appreciated his dance and piano skills. All in all, this was a fun ride. The first song threw me off. And I thought of the SK.Net~ers living in California being stuck in traffic as I watched it.

Manchester By The Sea - takes the cake, I loved every second and maybe I just love depressing movies.

Star Wars: Rogue One - I appreciate the direction the plot took in the end which wasn't a kosher ending but overall, did I have to have seen it knowing how it was going to end? Would I be missing out if I didn't watch it? I think I wouldn't. It's fine that it's there but it's a couple of decades too late. Like Force Awakens, I'll re-watch this a year from now.

Sing - Nick Kroll's character Gunter was the best, I thought the movie was just OK.

Nocturnal Animals - stylish but it tried to be a little too intelligent or reaching at times. The end was fine and you see it coming. Cool performances by Michael Shannon (woot woot) and Jake.

Loving - watched this the day after Nocturnal and chuckled inside when Michael Shannon popped up on screen. Marton Csokas as the sheriff was damn cool.

Jackie - not bad, not amazing.

Hidden Figures - the crowd loved it a lot more than I did. I thought it was OK.

Shootin' the Breeze / Re: Re: SECRET SCHNOZ 2016! Time for Presents!
« on: January 13, 2017, 03:57:06 PM »
Here's a video of me trying out the hot sauce that JMP got me!

I don't know how you did it Gobs, I watched that back to back. The potatoes helped!?

I got my Schnoz package yesterday after a bit of going back and forth with the fellas at USPS but it's here! Mr. Flibble, thanks so much for the lovely doodle in the card (so much glitter I got some on me right now and it's all over my keyboard too ... aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa~~~~~) and the 14 x 11 print of Skull Knight <3! I love it, thanks thanks and thanks!

Was this a painting you drew? How long did it take?!

Movies, TV, Books & Music / Re: Movies to ???
« on: December 19, 2016, 05:05:54 PM »
Blade Runner sequel news -

The good - Harrison Ford will reprise his role. Denis Villeneuve (Enemy, Prisoners) in talks to direct it.

The bad - there's a sequel.

I guess if Denis is confirmed it'll make it all the more interesting.

I don't even think that's necessary, and Ford's been over the hill for YEARS.

Nevertheless, news of a sequel is just plain bad, to me. Blade Runner stood alone just fine. The PC adventure game was a nice follow-up that was consistent with the movie without stepping on its toes (and also didnt have to involve Ford).

Official teaser for Blade Runner 2049 is out -

Denis, the cinematography in the teaser are a plus. Honestly I still feel the same way even after watching this ... can't feel excited about it but it's one of those films I'll have to watch when it releases. Opening weekend or not, isn't important. Last weekend I watched La La Land and it just confirmed my thought on Ryan as being such a wooden actor, he's definitely over-rated albeit the love for him within the industry and who knows if this might be perfect for him ... his expressionless face might just be one of those things that triggers the argument over whether he's a replicant or not.

Berserk Merchandise / Re: commission work for 1/6 Guts head sculpt
« on: December 19, 2016, 02:46:54 PM »
Good stuff berserkberserk! I like how we can see the progress of a smoother version of the face and then the potential final version of it. Thanks for sharing your process with us. Quick observation - the ears in the possible final version are too pointy.

Shootin' the Breeze / Re: Re: SECRET SCHNOZ 2016! Time for Presents!
« on: December 14, 2016, 04:05:23 PM »

Disclaimer: I didn't draw this. I just stuck a reindeer Schnoz onto a free coloring page. :slan:

That's awesome!

Oh man, be careful there Gobs ... that hot sauce has over 2 million scoville units. Even a bit on a toothpick will burn your tongue, so extra careful.

JMP - check out First We Feast on YT, I'm almost there in terms of owning all those sauces (this season) to replicate the experience.

Video Games / Re: What Are You Playing?
« on: December 13, 2016, 07:39:47 PM »
so any fighting game aficionados out there with some recommendations?

I'd recommend the King of Fighters series, specifically versions 1994, '95, '99, '00, XIII and XIV. '94 and '95 are classic and they come with heavy battle damage per hit. These are harder games in the franchise. 99 is a more well rounded game with the best game mechanics imo. '00 changed a bit to cater to more combos and lastly, XIII and XIV have modern game mechanics with bigger (infinite) combos/ attacks.

VERY cool man, good stuff indeed! The shading effect in the last two or even the Guts one are pretty cool. But man, Grunbeld looks like a badass in that sort of rust coloring.

Shootin' the Breeze / Re: Re: SECRET SCHNOZ 2016! Sign up by Nov 15!
« on: November 16, 2016, 08:09:01 PM »
Alright guys, registration for this year's Secret Schnoz is closed and the Schnozamiser :schnoz: has picked/ matched who got who! PM's have been sent to everyone and just a quick reminder to everyone participating to -

(i) please send out your gifts in time so they get to your Schnoz before December 25; and
(ii) update the topic when you send your gift out so Grail and I know/ can tally things up at our end

If you have any questions or need some help, don't hesitate to contact me and/or Grail.

Good luck everyone!

Shootin' the Breeze / Re: Re: SECRET SCHNOZ 2016! Sign up by Nov 15!
« on: November 14, 2016, 04:25:28 PM »
Awesome JMP, glad you're back for the Schnozzing fest this year!

Quick reminder for everyone wanting to sign up. Submissions close tomorrow on November 15th. If you'd like to be part of it, follow Grail's post a couple of posts above or (for convenience).

Creation Station / Re: My Berserk drawings
« on: November 14, 2016, 04:21:06 PM »
Damn good (!), I'm sure you'll get better with practice and things will flow better too. How long did those drawings take?

Movies, TV, Books & Music / Re: Movies to look forward to
« on: November 11, 2016, 08:05:54 PM »
It follows, it's the movie he most recently directed, was Sci-Fi, and was a big success with a major star ($450 million against a $40 mil budget). It would be weird if they didn't mention it, or instead chose The Messenger or something. As a matter of fact, it's recent success might be the reason he had the opportunity to do this.

I didn't realize it was that big of a commercial success! It makes sense then, like you rightfully break down. I was just going by what I felt about the movie -> meh.

It's based on a comic book from the 1960s called Valérian et Laureline.

Thanks, the movie's release schedule gives me some time to hunt and read the comic book.

While looking for the comic and finding out about number of issues, etc. I stumbled on this para on Wiki -

In 1991 Mézières began work producing concept art for the director Luc Besson for his film The Fifth Element. When the project stalled and Besson moved on to work on the film Léon in 1994, Mézières returned to Valérian for the album The Circles of Power (Les Cercles du Pouvoir). This featured a character, S'Traks, who drove a flying taxi around a great metropolis on the planet Rubanis.[28] Mézières sent a copy of the album to Besson who was inspired to change the background of Korben Dallas, the lead character of The Fifth Element, from a worker in a rocketship factory to that of a taxi driver who flies his cab around a Rubanis-inspired futuristic New York City. Mézières produced further concept drawings for Besson, including flying taxi cabs. He also re-used certain aspects of the design of the space liner seen in the 1988 Valérian album On the Frontiers for the Fhloston Paradise liner seen in second half of the film. The Fifth Element was finally completed and released in 1997. The importance of the four classical elements to the film is similar to the significance the elements have in the two-part Valérian story Métro Châtelet, Direction Cassiopeia and Brooklyn Station, Terminus Cosmos. However, Besson has claimed that he first came up with the idea for the film at the age of 16 which would pre-date the publication of these two albums.

Aaah, that's why it looks so close to 5th Element :isidro: ... it's the other way round ... 5th Element looked like this comic book!

Movies, TV, Books & Music / Re: Movies to look forward to
« on: November 10, 2016, 04:12:20 PM »
Trailer for Luc Besson's new sci-fi movie called Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets -

5th Element, Star Wars and other influences visually speaking. And it's weird the trailer gives Luc credit or importance for making Lucy.

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