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Slasher » 2008-03-18, 20:10

įdomus dešimtukas surinktas siaubo filmų kurie vienaip ar kitaip susiję su penkerius metus trunkančiu Irako karu. Apie kai kurių sąsajas su Iraku tikrai nebūčiau pagalvojęs. Aprašymų neišverčiau, bo nuoširdžiai tingiu:)

1. Hostel (2005) Eli Roth's mega-hit horror film was undeniably influenced by the goings on at Abu Gharaib -- whether Roth is conscious of it or not. Iraqi soldivers dehumanized, forced into naked human pyramids -- vs. Americans dehumanized and cut up by twisted businessmen. Truth is often stranger than fiction.

2. Dawn of the Dead (2004) Looking at the apocalyptic anarchy that gripped Iraq after the invasion, it's hard not to draw parrallels between Zack Snyder's remake of "Dawn of the Dead" and the terror that has gripped Baghdad for the past five years. What's more horrifying: Flesh eating zombies or suicide bombers?

3. 28 Weeks Later (2007 With smiling faces, American troops take over a war ravaged nation -- then attempt to exterminate that nations' citizens when they lose control. This is what happens in Juan Carlos Fresnadillo's superior sequel to "28 Days Later." The horror of "28 Weeks Later" is actually quite real for a nation run by friendly, smiling occupiers – and it's happening now.

4. Diary of the Dead (2008) George Romero's best zombie film since 1978's "Dawn of the Dead" has a documentary-like feel. With troops reduced to nothing more than thieves and anarchy taking over our society, while it's all captured on YouTube, it's once again hard not to compare it to the apocalypse that has gripped Iraq.

5. The Mist (2008) The Stephen King novella upon which this is based dates back more than two decades. But the story seems more relevant today, with the U.S. government opening a portal to another dimension and raining death on middle America. The terrifying militaristic ending -- different than the book and written after the Iraq war started -- is undeniably a sign of the times.

6. Land of the Dead (2005) It's not a coincidence that two George Romero movies are in this list. In "Land of the Dead", the world has ended but money is still king. And so is military might -- and the form of a truck known as the Dead Reckoning.

7. The Signal (2008) Similar to "28 Weeks Later," but different because the rabid killers think, feel and rationalize, "The Signal" may help us understand how we thought, felt and rationalized our way into the Iraq war. In "The Signal," it's hard to know who the evil characters are vs. the good ones, because everyone thinks their side is right.

8. Planet Terror (2007) Yet another apocalyptic zombie film, "Planet Terror" was funny, but also one of the few horror films to reference Osama Bin Laden. The military are the real bad guys in this one.

9. The Hills Have Eyes (2006) A mutant is stabbed with an American flag. If that isn't Iraq War inspired, what is? In this film, U.S. government shenanigans create "blow back" in the form of desert mutant killers who attack and kill middle Americans. The film opens with U.S. scientists getting their asses kicked in an Iraqi-style desert.

10. Masters of Horror: Joe Dante's 'Homecoming' Not technically a movie, but actually an episode of "Masters of Horror," Joe Dante's excellent episode "Homecoming" had U.S. troops rising from the dead upon their return home from Iraq so they could vote in the next election. When they are denied the right to vote because, after all, they're dead, things really get out of hand.
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Dahmer » 2008-03-19, 03:06

matau tik sasaja su holivudo gaivailu, po sito posto jauciu ilgiau pamascius atrastum sasaja su n naujasniu filmu
So Renee, I just wanted to know what it was like kissing Lucy Lawless?
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Eikantas » 2008-03-19, 04:48

Man tai irgi atrodo, kad trūkstant žinių apie filmus, prilaužta arabų iš piršto. Mes juk puikiai žinom kad Hills Have Eyes remeiko veiksmas vyksta "Iraką primenančioje dykumoje", todėl kad ta dykuma buvo originaliam filme ir t.t.
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Meskiukas_Zudikas » 2008-03-19, 06:59

jep, kai kurie zmones izvelgia panasumu su kazkuom ten, kur ju nera ne kvapo.
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Slasher » 2008-03-19, 21:21

faktas, kad nesąmoningos tos sąsajos, nors amerikiečiams gal taip ir neatrodo :). Bet sugebėjimas desimąstyt, kad Hostel įtakotas kankinamų irakiečių kareivių, tai tikrai žavi :). Kiti ir panašūs pavyzdžiai. Nebent šitas - Masters of Horror: Joe Dante's 'Homecoming', tai jau nelabai paprieštarausi. Kartais tikrai įdomiai traktuojamos nekaltų horror filmų idėjos ar užmanymai :).
Kažin kodėl Outpost neįtraukė. Nazi-zombie atakos iš pasalų, galėjo būti labai panašios į irakiečių sukilėlių išpuolius :).

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