>I bought it in DVD for 2 €.
Holy shit, you can unironically find this old forgotten b-movie crap in sotores? And you in europe legitemetly buy them instead of download it or watch free or whatever who cares?
>The thing I like the most is the raw zombies when they are being aired in the TV.
You know, I had a funny story about this movie. My dad was a sailor in late 80s-late90s and he basicly was in south america many times, so even at times of USSR and 90s he had acces to many video tapes with all movies you can buy in capitalist country and they regulary watch them with crew with spanish translation (he kinda into languages, at least was, such was his work) and this was one of movies. And since back then it was hard to get specific copies of some movies (there was no legal distribution stories untill like mid 00s same as internet in our family) so you go on local market or other piracy and half licensed shit store and trying to find something you like of cource choises was limited, so about some movies for years I heared only from dad memories.
And in particular, when I was a kid he once in evening told me a story about it, like he likes, in short described plot - "there was a couple, they lived alone in house kinda near not very dence forest. Once they recived a package - with strage TV. They turned it on and on screen was autumn forest... and thought this forest slowely walked dead. And after some minutes they relised - this is forest near their house! And it happens now! And there already thie house on TV!
For fucks sake, I swear to god, I can't get sleep this day. This story that from his words was more like you know, a children "Creepy story" so freaked me out, I remember this to this day. When I got internet I of cource watched this movie together with dad, we run thought many 70-80s b-category scary movies, it was really nice experience.
>I love that kind of films you mention too, although Star Wars is too much fantasy for me,
Well, after spending whole my life on already old and "uncanon
" Expanded Universe I can't take star wars as fantasy, espessialy after TIE Fighter game where it all, since science fantasy, presented in so dedicated descriptions, how fleet and mechanisms work, how new fighters developed, how it hard to manage things on outer reaches of galaxy, how fleet to which you belong always have limited suplies, techincal problems, always you need protect support and repair ships, how even cargo containers divided on classes and manufature types...
but most of this stuff follow more general style of Episode 5-6 in little details for most part if we follow movies era, so I go to Episode 4, to it's kinda unpolished nature but something that after knowing so much lore feels so natural and alive, yet unique in it's style. Hairstyles, narrative, colors - I so much love this movie it always spessial pleasure to watch for me.
I can actually recommend battlestar galactica
1978 TV series for something similar but yet different and Silent Running
>I agree with the robot part, it's 100% avoidable, I'd cut it.
Nah it is really fun scene reviled that most people who escaped from city was freezed here. Problem is just even when movie not very expensive, it looked really imperssive for it's days, but this robot design and costume soo poorly done it looks like from 50s b-movie. If they had better robot costume I'd be perfectly fine with it.>>11778
From where you have this shitty sosach webms? Anyway exept memes and overall movie atmosphere of late-post ussr russian prisons which was okay I guess I remember how they showed benis of Sergey Garmash. And not Garmash is very old, appearing at ads of some retirement payments bank and on some posters he looks kinda creepy because he become even more old. Just look at picture 4! I don't think is it alive person or something from Romero zombie movie!
I not seen "Enter the Void" but I seen "Oddysey 1989" and some Baskova movies including infamous meme-generator Green Elephant. I not that big fan of "black depression" movies tbh.