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Desc:Roger Ebert; “Whether this is a bad, good or great film is entirely beside the point.'
Category:Trailers, Horror
Tags:sadism, Willem Dafoe, lars von trier, despair, talking fox
Submitted:jangbones
Date:05/18/09
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Comment count is 22
Slumgullion - 2009-05-18
heard it was good. is it getting a wide release?
Tstyle - 2009-05-18
YES!

'Nature is Satan's church' is the best line since 'What have you done to its eyes?'
Lauritz Melchior - 2009-05-18
Ooh. I just saw that movie last night!

Reference taken!

jangbones - 2009-05-18
a few more quotes from reviewers;

“Lars von Trier cuts a big fat art-film fart with Antichrist“, "goes beyond malevolence into the monstrous", “easily one of the biggest debacles in Cannes Film Festival history", “elicited derisive laughter, gasps of disbelief, a smattering of applause and loud boos”, “amateurishly awful", "Antichrist is fucked up. In a good way? Or in a bad way? Even I don’t know the answer to that question", “you’ll have to see this movie to believe it.”

zatojones - 2009-05-18
i dunno... looks pretty scary

revdrew - 2009-05-18
I'd be disappointed if a Lars von Triar movie didn't illicit that short of reaction.

memedumpster - 2009-05-18
I may lack the courage to spend the weekend in a secluded cabin with Willem Dafoe, but I am all about seeing a movie about it.
Ranma X. - 2009-05-18
I think no matter how scary, brutal, or fearsome nature is portrayed in the movie, I wouldn't be surprised if Willem Defoe is the most frightening thing in the whole picture.

Lurchi - 2009-05-18
Looks great. The only von Trier I've really hated was Kingdom 2 and Manderlay.
baleen - 2009-05-18
I would add to that list Dogville. I hate that fucking movie.
But Trier did a great job with Medea and I always wished he'd try his hand at more mythical horror stuff.

Lurchi - 2009-05-18
You're wrong, Dogville was brilliant.

jangbones - 2009-05-18
I loved Dogville but I could see why some might consider it pretentious.

As opposed to Breaking the Waves and Dancer in the Dark. Anybody who hated those movies is stupid.

baleen - 2009-05-18
no you're wrong dogville /= brill

maybe your name should be DURCHIE
like DURR I'm Lurchi because I like dogville

Lurchi - 2009-05-18
shut up GAYLEEN
You like DONGVILLE

dododge - 2009-05-24
I'm gonna have to disagree about Kingdom 2, what with the zombie juice and big-baby Udo Kier. Maybe the one thing I didn't like about Kingdom 2 was that it ended in multiple cliffhangers and Kingdom 3 didn't get made.

Lurchi - 2015-04-02
Nymphomaniac wasn't very good. Sometimes he goes to the same well too often.

Tomas - 2009-05-18
Lars von AWESOME
spencer - 2009-05-18
Oh man... I have GOT to subject myself to this movie.
love - 2009-05-18
better link to the same video with HD available

http://vimeo.com/4062746
Andonyx - 2009-05-18
Am I right in thinking it's about Dafoe screwing his sister?

They have shockingly similar facial features?

Obviously this would produce the aforementioned anti-christ.
memedumpster - 2009-05-18
You just made Willem Defoe creepier, which means he now knows your face just by closing his eyes.

memedumpster - 2009-05-18
And I just misspelled his name, which means I'm going to die soon. Dammit.

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