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  • #103141

    Tiger
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    The Serpent and the rainbow
    Everest

    #103262

    Shiva
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    Tiger: Everest

    I’m working on “Everest” right now – the eighth neurocircuit. Send me an email and I’ll send you the circuit chapters.

    notarajah@gmail.com

    #103263

    Tiger
    Participant

    Thanks Shiva,
    Hope you got my email .

    #104301

    WildWitch
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    I recently saw a great little film titled “Unsane”. I found Unsane to be a “Typhonian” psychological horror film about a businesswoman who seeks psychological help after being pursued by an overly amorous and unwanted suitor and ends up in a mental hospital. The trailer for this film posits a film that;s a bit more intense than the actual film, but the difference between the trailer and the actual film did not disappoint me in any way. On a scale of 1 to 10, I’ll give the film a 7 overall. I recommend this film for your viewing pleasure.

    #104302

    Shiva
    Participant

    And why is this film “Typhonian?”

    #104303

    Tiger
    Participant

    And why is this film “Typhonian?””

    from the trailer

    An ipseity attributed to its head; tangled in a mind mechanism; believing possible sanity or possibly otherwise ?

    that’s my take

    #104331

    WildWitch
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    I just called the film “Typhonian” in a figurative sense, not a literal sense. I think the film fucks with people’s heads in the way that the film “Possessed” fucks with people’s heads.

    #104475

    mal
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    A Dark Song was very good for a suspenseful occult movie. The way stresses were built up during the working, the apparitions gaining more substance, the conflict between the operators were all well woven together and a had a natural development.

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    The Angelic appearance was disappointing. It didn’t completely ruin the film for me. It just seems it would have been a better fit for the film to challenge the visual convention. Aside from that I really enjoyed the film and it’s one of my favorites of the genre. I hope those involved with it make something else along those lines. Adapt the Amalantrah Working maybe…

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