Is it wrong to think that "Antichrist" was lame and not nearly as disgusting/whatever as most people claim it to be? I mean, it started really slow (which isn't a bad thing) and then, when the whole thing could've gotten really disturbing, gross and mindf***y, it was just... meh. Sure, it'd be horrible if something like that happened, but it wasn't horrifying/scary/disturbing/anything in any way other than in the "sex results in bad things" way, which doesn't do anything to me, since, you know, I'm not the most sexual person on the planet.
But well, the fox, crow (or was it a raven?) and deer were cool.
"Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid" was one of the funniest movies ever. Watching anything now where a cleaning woman/cleaning lady is mentioned without laughing is impossible. It's pretty much one of the best comedy films ever, and I'm sure everyone has seen it at least 500 times. It's weird how old movies can be good, even though usually I think anything before the 90s is somehow boring. I don't know why, but almost all 80s movies are a lot less "atmospheric", even if that doesn't apply to really old ones like 40s-50s and whatever, since they're the most "atmospheric"... but I just can't stand them because my eyes will start hurting from a complete grayscale thing. If there's some tint of any color in there, it's ok, but just plain gray, without even white or black... ugggghhhh MY EEEEYYYYYYEEEESSSS.
Also, "The Hills Have Eyes" (2006) was retarded in a good way. It wasn't really logical though. I mean, if some psycho-mutant-dudes would attack me in a desert, and my only hope of getting out alive was running along the road to the nearest city, wherever that is (hundreds of kilometers away), I'd at least try; chances that a car would drive by on the actual good road are a lot higher than in some crappy not-even-a-road-road, and from the way it seemed, they wouldn't have followed all the way there. But yeah, it would've been boring if it was completely realistic, since no one would probably have survived in the mines and so there wouldn't have been any of the stuff that happened, and the people would've just driven safely to the place they were going to (whatever that was, I forgot).
But yeah, it was a good movie, made me jump once (when the big guy jumped through the wall with the axe; it was so expectable that he'd come through the window, but then he came there and GSÖGNÖgönas (which also is a bit weird, since who would break their own(/friend's/boss'/whatever he was to him's) house just to surprise someone? But well, logic/realism doesn't really matter, so...)) and also, the big-headed guy was epic:
"lol bro look at my head -> u did dis to me bro -> k u didnt do it but whatevs man -> dude wtf u doin? -> BREAKFAST TIME!!! rofl".