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Posted by Immortan Jonesy
 - Oct 04, 2021, 11:02:11 PM
 :)
Posted by Kradan
 - Oct 04, 2021, 06:56:22 AM
This would make great Elsewordls comic IMO
Posted by Immortan Jonesy
 - Oct 04, 2021, 06:20:50 AM
The Haunting of Wayne Manor

It tells the story of a prematurely retired chemical engineer called Jack Napier, who is mourning the loss of his love, Dr. Harleen Frances Quinzel. One night, he is interrupted by the hallusination of a bat-like entity. He suffers from Charles Bonnet Syndrome, wich makes people see things that aren't real. However, Jack lives in Wayne Manor, an old property said to be haunted. He remains skeptical, every time he crosses the gardens at night to see eerie clown-like entities. However, Jack begins to doubt that his hallucinations are mere result of his condition, and descends into madness once his bat-like visitor begins to communicate with him.

Posted by Immortan Jonesy
 - Sep 05, 2021, 08:07:59 PM


This world it's similar to Hieronymus Bosch's The Garden of Earthly Delights. After Entity-0060 was accidentally freed from its Klein bottle-like prison by drunk superhero guys, the most powerful dude will do nothing to stop it. Instead he takes a nap and dreams of Captain Jade Mara, and her crew of adventurers never before seen in fiction, who must navigate the skies of a red planet in search of the ~ Ancient Psychic Tandem Pineal Gland ~ an astral anomaly that can be used to contact God.

The women in the world of the red-haired pirate girl are being oppressed by the macho religion of the Ivans; a fundamentalist warrior tribe with terrorist habits. She believes that the only way to stop them is for God to personally tell them that they nothing but f**king c**ts. Going through the Sand Worm Wars, Agent Dermonecrotic's Pandemic Olympics and some lockdowns she will finally reach her quest: the ~ Ancient Psychic Tandem Pineal Gland ~ wich it's iside of a sandworm queen, as big as a skyscraper.

In the interiors of the biopunkish structure, she sees a giant stone head, similar to that drunk guy with super powers who is dreaming of her. In order to activate the giant head, Jade Mara must make two twin fairies sing eiπ + 1 = 0

...almost unfortunately...some sacrifices are required for that, as fairies, aka Shobijin Nijibohs, will only sing once they have feasted on the blood of the Ivans. Millennia ago, they were scientists who after spending a lot of time living inside the sand worm queen, in order to study her (something like an intellectual parasitism), they ended up establishing a biomechanical symbiosis.

As the fairies are singing, the eyes of the giant head open, and entire galaxies can be seen through its eyes. Jade feels her consciousness slowly leaving her physical body.

In the next scene, we are no longer inside the worm queen of the red planet. We see closely the face of the guy waking up from his drunkenness with some hangover.

Almighty Drunk Guy: Jesus! My head is killing me!

Jade Mara: I think I feel the same!

Almighty Drunk Guy: wait..What ?! who said that?!

The dude looks to his right and sees a beautiful red-haired girl arround his own age, lying next to him looking at him.

Almighty Drunk Guy: Who are you? I mean, I don't know you but your face looks familiar. I think I had a dream...

Jade Mara: I think you're my creator...

Almighty Drunk Guy: What ?! I am only one of the 300s, I mean I may be the strongest one of my squad, but I am far from being a God, I afraid.

Jade Mara: But then how do you explain that I have appeared in your world.

Almighty Drunk Guy: I'm not sure, but it may be that side effect of our drunkenness that makes our kind's dreams come true.

Jade Mara: I need your ... we need your help, Your Excellency.

The guy stands up, followed by Jade.

Almighty Drunk Guy: Alright. How can I help you?

The red-haired sailor explains to the superhero-like young man, everything. However, he barely pays attention, totally mesmerized by Jade's beauty. In the background his friends fight against Entity-0060. They ask Him for help. He still doesn't do anything, and instead wipes Jade's tears. Then he kisses her leaving her somewhat puzzled. Both are silent for a few seconds, only the agonizing screams of his super friends can be heard who are being massacred by the eldritch abomination.

Then they both kiss passionately as if there was no tomorrow and nothing else matters. The Superman-like man flies away with Jade in his arms leaving death, darkness and destruction behind. 

Jade Mara: But what about my friends ... and your whole world?

Almighty Drunk Guy: If beauty was an instant, you would be eternity my love. Don't be afraid, I've already taken care of the Ivans. They are a repressed memory now and your friends will be fine living in my mind. And all this destruction in my world, it will be be nothing more than a repressed memory of someone greater, and you and I honey, we will leave this doomed paradise to start again.

They both continue to kiss as they fly away...

~The end~
Posted by Baron Von Marlon
 - Aug 19, 2021, 12:40:39 AM
Beavis And Butt-Head live action movie, with Johnny Depp as Beavis and Benicio Del Toro as Butt-Head.

From wiki:
In interviews, Judge has stated his interest in producing a live-action film and Johnny Depp has expressed interest in the role of Beavis. In May 2008, Judge said that he previously hated the idea, but now believes "maybe there's something there."

Quote from: Immortan Jonesy on Aug 18, 2021, 03:38:07 AM
I'm going to watch the short one tomorrow and then the other one. Thanks for the video! everything sound weird enough to makes me want to watch the flicks.  :)

Let me know how it turns out.
Other weird movies that come to mind are The Acid House and The Greasy Strangler.
Posted by Immortan Jonesy
 - Aug 18, 2021, 03:38:07 AM
Quote from: Baron Von Marlon on Aug 18, 2021, 03:20:17 AM
Kung Fury has a free and official release on Youtube. And only 30 minutes.
I find it hard to describe. It's like an 80's movie on drugs that sorta looks like a videogame. With kung fu, nazis, vikings and dinos.
Spoiler
The full length sequel starring Fassbender ('s voice?) is in post production and will be released next year.

Iron Sky is pretty good and well made.
It's a 2012 movie about nazis who fled to the moon at the end of WW2 and return in 2018.
It's semi-serious.

Part 2 is crazier and there's fun stuff but as a whole it's not that good and less memorable. Also looks cheaper.
Think someone involved ran of with the money so they had to change things.

I'm going to watch the short one tomorrow and then the other one. Thanks for the video! everything sound weird enough to makes me want to watch the flicks.  :)
Posted by Baron Von Marlon
 - Aug 18, 2021, 03:20:17 AM
Kung Fury has a free and official release on Youtube. And only 30 minutes.
I find it hard to describe. It's like an 80's movie on drugs that sorta looks like a videogame. With kung fu, nazis, vikings and dinos.
Spoiler
The full length sequel starring Fassbender ('s voice?) is in post production and will be released next year.

Iron Sky is pretty good and well made.
It's a 2012 movie about nazis who fled to the moon at the end of WW2 and return in 2018.
It's semi-serious.

Part 2 is crazier and there's fun stuff but as a whole it's not that good and less memorable. Also looks cheaper.
Think someone involved ran of with the money so they had to change things.
Posted by Immortan Jonesy
 - Aug 18, 2021, 03:04:38 AM
I must confess that I never saw any of those.  :-X
Posted by Baron Von Marlon
 - Aug 18, 2021, 03:00:55 AM
Quote from: Immortan Jonesy on Aug 18, 2021, 02:53:46 AM
Initially, the fantasy ran through my head as something as serious as Midsommar, to end up being the over the top level of Mandy. :laugh:

Ok, so not my kind of movie  :). Didn't like Midsommar and couldn't finish Mandy because it was too slow and abstract.
I was thinking of something more in the lines of Kung Fury and Iron Sky  :D
Posted by Immortan Jonesy
 - Aug 18, 2021, 02:53:46 AM
Quote from: Baron Von Marlon on Aug 17, 2021, 10:48:55 PM
Quote from: Immortan Jonesy on Aug 16, 2021, 06:52:17 AM
A psychological horror movie about a TikTok cult whose leaders are psychopaths. Led by influencers, followers believe that the second coming of Jesus will be in A.I form, and that such almighty artificial intelligence would punish every human being who did not contribute to bring about its existence, including those from the past who merely knew about it and did not support its development.

They also believe that China's satanic ultra gay government is using Covid-19 vaccines to insert chips into Western people, in order to control their minds and thus prevent the future existence of Cyber-Jesus.


If it's fun and over the top, I'd watch.
Kinda sounds like an old sci-fi horror movie.

Initially, the fantasy ran through my head as something as serious as Midsommar, to end up being the over the top level of Mandy. :laugh:
Posted by Baron Von Marlon
 - Aug 17, 2021, 10:48:55 PM
Quote from: Immortan Jonesy on Aug 16, 2021, 06:52:17 AM
A psychological horror movie about a TikTok cult whose leaders are psychopaths. Led by influencers, followers believe that the second coming of Jesus will be in A.I form, and that such almighty artificial intelligence would punish every human being who did not contribute to bring about its existence, including those from the past who merely knew about it and did not support its development.

They also believe that China's satanic ultra gay government is using Covid-19 vaccines to insert chips into Western people, in order to control their minds and thus prevent the future existence of Cyber-Jesus.


If it's fun and over the top, I'd watch.
Kinda sounds like an old sci-fi horror movie.
Posted by Immortan Jonesy
 - Aug 16, 2021, 06:52:17 AM
A psychological horror movie about a TikTok cult whose leaders are psychopaths. Led by influencers, followers believe that the second coming of Jesus will be in A.I form, and that such almighty artificial intelligence would punish every human being who did not contribute to bring about its existence, including those from the past who merely knew about it and did not support its development.

They also believe that China's satanic ultra gay government is using Covid-19 vaccines to insert chips into Western people, in order to control their minds and thus prevent the future existence of Cyber-Jesus.

Posted by Baron Von Marlon
 - Jul 05, 2021, 12:21:36 AM
A movie about James Spader's Blacklist character: Raymond Reddington, played by Spader offcourse.
But not action-thriller like the series, but more of a crazy roadtrip type movie involving situations similar to the ones he mentions in the series.
"This one time I did this unusual thing with this weird person in this strange place"
Maybe similar to the 100 Year Old Man Who Climbed Out The Window.
Posted by Immortan Jonesy
 - Jul 02, 2021, 08:38:27 AM
How about a sci-fi film / TV series with multiple plots occurring during four different eras in time:


1~ 8th century: The Carolingian bishop Agobard of Lyon's accounts of the realm of Magonia, where cunning aerial sailors travel the clouds in ships and team with wizards to steal grain from the fields during the magically raised storms.

2~ 12th century: The sighting of green-skinned children in the village of Woolpit in Suffolk, England.

3~ 20th century (1947): The Roswell incident involving the crash of a "flying disc" and the covered up by the United States government.

4~ 21th century (2019): The Storm Area 51 movement, a meme created in order to uncover alien artifacs stored at Area 51.

Before the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, a villain character within the The Storm Area 51 story (21th century), Colonel Tyler Jessup, becomes the narrator of the Roswell Story (20th century). He claims to know the true nature of UFOs, as technological artifacts of non-human manufacture from other dimensions (not planets of our dimension), with Area 51 being the site where one of them is studied, which was found in Roswell.

He uses as a reference the novel Flatland: A Romance of Many Dimensions...
Spoiler
where two-dimensional beings live in a two-dimensional world, a square is visited by a three-dimensional sphere. The square, however, is unable to see the three-dimensional sphere and instead he saw a two-dimensional circle that expand and retract.

[close]

Within the Roswell Story (20th century) the Major Jesse A. Marcel becomes the narrator of the Green children of Woolpit story (12th century) while witnesses the remains of humanoid corpses (which reminds him the kids of that legend) near the crashed objetc.

Within the Green children of Woolpit story (12th century) the monk and writer Ralph of Coggeshall becomes the narrator of the Magonia story (8th century), while trying to figure out about the green-skinned children who spoke an unknown language, and only ate raw broad beans.

And finaly...Magonia (8th century). Here, a young woman is abducted by the "sailors" and we can finally have a small glimpse of where they come from.


The stories would be interconnected (rather one within another, like a matryoshka doll), but presented in parallel, kinda like in the Wachowskis Cloud Atlas.




Quote from: Baron Von Marlon on Jul 02, 2021, 05:31:38 AM
This would be something, if they stuck to the werewolf lore part where they only transform when it's a full moon. And don't have control over it, or transform every night no mattter the moon.

Yes I agree.
Posted by Baron Von Marlon
 - Jul 02, 2021, 05:31:38 AM
Quote from: Immortan Jonesy on Jul 02, 2021, 05:16:39 AM
A Zorro reboot directed by Guillermo Del Toro, set in the same universe as The Shape of Water. The movie would feature Don Diego de la Vega romance with Lolita Pulido, Zorro figthing against the evil Dr. Miguelito Quijote Loveless and his army of steampunkish freaks, and a Werewolf spreading the terror in 19th century California. The fact that Diego de la Vega, Zorro and the Werewolf are one and the same is not revealed until the end of the movie.



This would be something, if they stuck to the werewolf lore part where they only transform when it's a full moon. And don't have control over it, or transform every night no mattter the moon.
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