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Author:  Jatsko [ 12 Jul 2019 00:33 ]
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Really just going to post without telling us who it is like that

(it's Lieven Scheire, apparently)

Close enough approximation I guess.

It's kinda expected I guess, but Benedict Cumberbatch's Dr. Strange role seemed similar to the Murtaugh I had in mind (with the gray-streaked hair and everything). None of that goofy cape stuff though, pls. But of course, if that were to happen people wouldn't stop yapping about Dr. Strange in Submachine.

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(images like this are demonstrate the one or two reasons I enjoyed the shit out of Dr Strange)


Rupert Graves for Murtaugh, maybe? We need more visuals though, like with Liz.

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Author:  Ko9 [ 12 Jul 2019 05:01 ]
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Oh yeah why didn't I tell? No idea.
Lieven Scheire, is a Belgian scientist but he does more TV gigs explaining science than actual science. He also did many comedy gigs since the early 2000s.

Author:  Jatsko [ 10 Sep 2019 02:34 ]
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ALERT

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hyag7lR8CPA

"The Lighthouse" releases Oct 18 2019 feat. William Dafoe and Robert Pattinson

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Between this and things that I've heard about the Dr. Strange sequel, I'm getting a bit excited but also nervous because these films are getting closer to Submachine themes, and I don't want them to take away from the novelty of a Submachine film (which would totally happen in the future, right?).

Author:  Vortex [ 10 Sep 2019 08:10 ]
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That's actually one of my most anticipated movies of this year :D

Author:  Empoeria [ 10 Sep 2019 11:38 ]
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This was absolutely not on my radar but that trailer was fantastic. Definitely plan on watching this one when it comes out. I remember The Witch being a very odd and intriguing movie although I had mixed feelings about it after my first watch, but Robert Eggers looks to be an expert when it comes to creating a gripping atmosphere in his films. I might start to track his work a bit more.

Author:  Ko9 [ 29 Sep 2019 18:48 ]
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Pyrocynical made a review about Cube (1997) and Hypercube (2002) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6FjmELC_6mU

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