Little documentary about the Harajuku rock star Lisa13.
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Sweet! I’ll get to working on it.
One of the most screwed up films I’ve seen. The morbid comedy is a plus too. Only thing I disliked is how the ending was. It felt rushed and left everything too open.
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The Man Who Fell To Earth - (1976)
C.R.A.Z.Y - (2005)
A neat Canadian film about a David Bowie obsessed gay teen growing up in the seventies with homophobic parents. It’s long (over two hours) but its wonderfully made.
↳ the best and worst movie of all time: sgt. pepper’s lonely hearts club band
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World’s Scariest Drug - A chilling Vice documentary
One of the most disturbing documentaries I’ve seen. It talks about Scopolamine or “the devil’s breath” and how it has the power to keep a person coherent but still be able to make them obey any command. It’s been compared to making people ”zombie-like.” It’s a chemical hypnosis and has been used from anywhere to rob people, to rape, or just to humiliate. It’s so strong that the victim won’t be able to remember anything when it wears off. If that isn’t some of the scariest stuff you’ve heard, get out.