Discussion in 'The Bar' started by KDK12, Mar 30, 2012.
The Ninth Configuration a great lil film by William Peter Blatty. Watched it online last night.
i think i've seen that.
It's pretty good. I am a huge "The Exorcist" fan and William Peter Blaty wrote and directed this film.
He has said this is the true sequal to The Exorcist.
jesus who gives a fuck
It's something different if you have a problem turn off you're station
yeah really, he stated Exorcist 3 which he directed was part 3 of the trilogy. The shitty Exorcist two that hollywood made never had WPB's input.
no really fuck off
the last exorcist movie is one of the most fasinating behind the scenes movie making fuck ups of all time.
yeah I know, The studio hated Paul Schrader's version so they hire that Hack Renny Harlin. It was a total Clusterfuck, but that what happens when you have these exec's micromanaging shit, the CGI alone in those sequals was cringeworthy.
that blows my mind that they shot the whole movie, then figured out they hated the script then had it re-written then shot all over again, kept some actors got rid of others. you are right cgi on both is below syfy bad.
well that sucks, I usually am Pro Kanye, and now you've turned against me. Any thoughts on the clip I posted that aren't hurtful?
So, what was the sound effect?
that scream that the lead biker gives when he charges with the knife has been in hella movies.
You mean the Wilhelm scream? It's been around since Black and white movies.
Stacey Keech plays a Marine Vietnam vet, He has been trying to forget his killing over there but is driven too far by these biker faggots, I identify with this when I got back from the Marines I was always tempted to go off on the townie losers in my home town.
The Wilhelm scream is a film and television stock sound effect first used in 1951 for the film Distant Drums. The effect gained new popularity (its use often becoming an in-joke) after it was used in Star Wars, the Indiana Jones series, Disney cartoons and many other blockbuster films as well as television programs and video games. The scream is often used when someone is shot, falls from a great height, or is thrown from an explosion.
The sound is named for Private Wilhelm, a character in The Charge at Feather River, a 1953 western in which the character is shot with an arrow. This was believed to be the third movie to use the sound effect and its first use from the Warner Brothers stock sound library.