Recently watched Vertigo with friends. It was my first Alfred Hitchcock film and it really took me sometime to really get into the acting. It was well made I guess I'm still not used to watching films from decades ago I do hope to watch more films by Alfred Hitchcock as to just not know the " rosebud " thing that keeps popping out everywhere.
There's a film called The Boys in Company C about a group of young men going to the Vietnam war, and this film is interesting in that it shares some aspects with the much better known movie Full Metal Jacket, like the drill instructors using the word ¨maggot¨ and saying that the recruits aren't even human beings. It also stars R. Lee Ermey, who would again fullfill his role as a drill sergeant in said film almost ten years after he played one in this movie
I particulary like this scene, which is pretty funny for an otherwise rather grim movie.
Been binging a ton of anthology horror movies lately, v/h/s, all hallow' eve, terrifiyer and classic Wes Craven films.
It's nice to have small short horror films in one setting which gives off that goosebumps feeling.
Most of the best bits were with Art the Clown, the actor himself is a pretty rad dude by the looks of how he posts pics of him as Art.