Art References In Movies.
Paul Thomas Anderson and Léonard de Vinci
Herbert Ross and Edward Hopper
Martin Scorcese and Gustav Klimt
Terry Gilliam and Botticelli
John Everett Millais and Lars Von Trier
There is something about newer made thriller movies like Knives Out, Death on the Nile and Ready or Not that are just- sheer crack.
Taking a list of tropes that are all but beaten to death, adding modern humor, God teir aesthetic and turning the saturation up to nine?
I will never recover.
Reasons why I'd be dead in a day if I was in Fresh. I'd ask too many annoying questions
Me: What do you do with the heads?
Me: The heads? Like.. what do you do with them?? You surgically remove body parts bit by bit to sell the meat to rich creeps but what do you do with the heads? Like.. there's not a lot of meat on a skull, and the human brain has a BUNCHA diseases in it so eating that isn't an option.. So what do you do with the heads? Boil the flesh off it in a big pot like sOuP? Grind the skulls down to dust? Snort em? What's the process here Steve??
Me: Also, you do realise you can just kidnap and kill men and use them instead and just like lie that the meat is from women? You're already a psycho, I don't think adding liar to that resume is going to make much of a difference. And if you say anything about 'breast meat' then my boy do I have news for you, men got tiddies too.
Me: Can I also ask what your boundaries are?
Me: Yeah like where do you draw the line? Do you kidnap and slowly dismember kids? Or is that too 'evil' for you? What about the disabled? Even cannibalistic serial killers can have moral codes Steve.
Me: ALSO! how do you just like 'accidentally' discover cannibalism? like did you trip and fall on some poor woman and take a bite out of her? Did you slowly chew it and think "woah, put a little BBQ sauce on this and its WILDIN"
Me: DId you decide to go to medical school and become a plastic surgeon before or after the cannibalism start your own business thing? That's a big commitment, lots of hours studying...
Me: Do you have mommy issu-*gets strangled to death*
*facebook and instagram are down*
me: IS THIS IT?! THE BEGINNING OF THE END IS HERE ISN'T IT????? I've watched enough thriller movies to know how it all begins!!!!!
You thought you could be Mrs. de Winter, live in her house, walk in her steps, take the things that were hers! But she's too strong for you. You can't fight her, no one ever got the better of her. Never, never.
Rebecca (1940) dir. Alfred Hitchcock.