funtimesallnight

funtimesallnight:

evilangel579:

puff-to-tuff:

yerawizardharry:

Inception (2010) + Paprika (2006)

paprika was better

better music too 

yeah you could watch Paprika more than once w/o getting bored out of your fucking wits and the music is no contest and damn what is it with American directors straight up ripping Satoshi Kon’s (RIP) visuals?

gutsanduppercuts

muslimgamer asked:

Hey Guts, do you have any good clips about sword fights? Preferably something more 'grounded' in reality, no wires and the less spinning the better.

gutsanduppercuts answered:

Here’s a few kung fu sword fights that aren’t all that over the top…

  • Japanese versus Chinese from “Heroes of the East” (Watch here)
  • Fung Hak On against Wai Pak in “Last Hurrah for Chivalry” (Watch here)
  • Kuo Chui and Lu Feng in “Legend of the Fox” (Watch here)
  • Sammo Hung’s bonkers sword work in “Odd Couple” (Watch here)
  • Linda Lin Ying’s graceful sword technique in “Dance of the Drunken Mantis” (Watch here)
  • Swords, ninjas, old master…oh my…from “Ninja in the Dragon’s Den” (Watch here)
  • Lots of flying but lots of grounded attacks too in “Duel to the Death” (Watch here)
  • If you want a little less flare, there’s “Return of the One-Armed Swordsman” (Watch here)
  • "Ong Bak 2" has some amazing sword fighting (Watch here)
  • "7 Grandmasters" has a great weapons showcase fight featuring swords (Watch here)
  • There’s some great twin swords techniques in “Born Invincible” (Watch here)

I know I’ve missed out a load of fights, but these are a pretty good selection of what the old school has to offer.

nodamncatnodamncradle

obs-house:

Is there a better introduction to Nobuhiko Obayashi than screenshots from his most extravagant films?

From top to bottom: Hausu (House, 1977), Kindaichi Kôsuke no Boken (The Adventures of Kindaichi Kosuke, 1979), Nerawareta Gakuen (School in the Crosshairs, 1981), Toki o Kakeru Shôjo (The Girl Who Cut Time, 1983) and Futari (Us Two, 1991)

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