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Anonymous 14/08/13(Wed)21:03 No. 20506 [Reply]

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What are some of the best war movies made by man?

War movie general. Maybe we'll watcha few together?

Anonymous 14/08/14(Thu)05:31 No. 20507

The thin red line

Robin Williams Anonymous 14/08/12(Tue)10:33 No. 20504 [Reply]

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Good night, Sweet Prince...

sup!0CTLGCICdI 14/05/08(Thu)13:16 No. 20404 [Reply]

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how about music you have listened to when you wre younger...or whatever shit that makes you go "oh maan, those were the years"
pic related

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Anonymous 14/05/28(Wed)13:07 No. 20427

Started with Linkin Park, some rap (won't mention his name because no one heard of him outside of my region) and some band that parodied every succesful song or band out there. Saw one of their music videos on TV and said to myself "yeah, this is the shit".

Then I went into metal territory, and it's imperative to hate such bands because they are not "trve and kvlt". But, of course, I can't hate them or say anything wrong about them because I used to listen to them. And yeah, those were nice years.

Anonymous 14/07/30(Wed)23:36 No. 20496

The Simpsons on cassette.

Anonymous 14/07/29(Tue)16:57 No. 20492 [Reply]

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I've got this thing for low budget slasher films. All recommendations will be appreciated!

Favorite Motion Pictures Anonymous 14/06/25(Wed)12:50 No. 20459 [Reply]

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1. Письма мёртвого человека (1986, Lopushansky)
2. Un condamné à mort s'est échappé (1956, Bresson)
3. Guns of The Trees (1961, Mekas)
4. Love Streams (1984, Cassavetes)
5. 牯嶺街少年殺人事件 (1991, Yang)
6. Duelle (1976, Rivette)
7. Alice in den Städten (1974, Wenders)
8. Le Rayon Vert (1986, Rohmer)
9. Սայաթ-Նովա (1968, Parajanov)
10. Mauvais Sang (1986, Carax)

1. Barry Lyndon(1975, Kubrick)
2. 天国と地獄 (1963, Kurosawa)
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Anonymous 14/07/20(Sun)03:22 No. 20483

Hhahahah silly fuker

Anonymous 14/07/29(Tue)08:28 No. 20491

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>I'm so fucking hip because I differentiate between movies and films.


Anonymous 14/07/28(Mon)06:54 No. 20490 [Reply]

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Best actor of all time everybody.... Nicolas Cage. What's your thoughts on this great human being?

Name of rapper/song? Anonymous 14/07/26(Sat)10:54 No. 20488 [Reply]

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There was recently a rap video that came out featuring a speed rapper in 18th century garb. Anyone know? tia

Anonymous 14/07/27(Sun)08:06 No. 20489

This is the first thing that comes to mind, but I doubt it is what you're talking about


The Naked Sisters Cover of Titanium by David Guetta The Naked Sisters 14/07/24(Thu)04:06 No. 20486 [Reply]

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we hope you will be serenaded: http://youtu.be/4l2GOhOJ-N0


Anonymous 14/05/11(Sun)01:28 No. 20407 [Reply]

Youtube - Toggle Video
  Most Christian music today gets a not entirely undeserved reputation for being banal and boring. Religions lose enough followers by asking people to have faith in inherently absurd ideas that have little but the authority of time to back them up, so I don't get why so many churches choose to shoot themselves in the foot in the long term by adopting the watered-down soft rock that is contemporary Christian music or the watered-down R&B that passes for modern gospel music. How is that supposed to inspire people and not bore them?

I still think pipe organs are cool and worthwhile, but apparently that's become a minority opinion in American churches.

Anonymous 14/07/16(Wed)21:03 No. 20480

Youtube - Toggle Video
  Firstly, thanks for that youtube. That was great. I'm going to have to check out more from him.
The easiest way to explain it is to say that they're trying to connect with the youths of today but they then completely miss the style and intent behind it and end up producing the watered-down soft rock almost by accident. The easy way to explain things usually isn't true, but it sounds right enough.
I think probably the answer is that they're not trying to convert or inspire anyone (who isn't already inspired). They are preaching to the choir, to the people who are over-the-top inspired by any mention of the words God, Jesus, Him, His, Love, etc. These people don't need help being inspired and accept the music on the basis that it's Godly music and therefore must be good music. It's also easier to have your children strictly listen to that music than to actually monitor their interests and find out what has the values that you'd like to pass on. The same could be said of Christian cinema, though, in general, Christians seem to be far more accepting of mainstream films than music. An exception to that can be found in Mormon culture, but they're barely Christians anyhow.
Before I get sidetracked into a monologue on Mormon-made cinema and the re-editing of films... The attached youtube is basically hillfolk gospel music gone secular. Given the rich tradition of gospel, it's still an important part of music & music history, but everyone who doesn't suck has moved on.

"Can't you see you're not making Christianity better, you're just making rock and roll worse?" - Hank Hill

Anonymous 14/07/21(Mon)06:52 No. 20484

Copied from elsewhere, apparently Christian bands that fall outside of what people typically think of as Christian rock:

- A Hope For Home (post-hardcore/post-rock)
- Able Cain (post-punk)
- Absum (drone metal)
- Across Waters (post-rock)
- After The Fire (synthpop)
- Altar Boys (new wave)
- Altruist (avant-garde)
- Ampsontwelve (sludge)
- Anaphylaxis (dark ambient)
- Ancient Plague (unblack/ambient/experimental)
- Applehead (grunge/doom)
- Ap2 (industrial metal)
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Experiemental Anonymous 14/07/05(Sat)16:10 No. 20467 [Reply]

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I tried this tread on 4chan but lost it, so i would like to try it here!

Let's share techno and experimental music, from underrated to mainstream artists!


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Anonymous 14/07/05(Sat)17:26 No. 20468

I've always found Autechre fascinating in a way.

And a Photek is nice too.

Anonymous 14/07/13(Sun)19:44 No. 20474

Everyone needs some more Oval in their lives

Anonymous 14/07/19(Sat)00:40 No. 20482

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You say techno, so house:
This channel upload little movie with music:
Omar S:

Personnal favorites IDM artists (Ad Noiseam label in general):
Access to Arasaka :
Semiomime (he also does dnb under DJ HIDDEN) :
Hecq (the only with rap, but I really like it) :
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