crazy drunken bastard
- Jun 2, 2019
i just recently watched Fellinis Le notti di Cabiria and La Strada is one of my favorite movies ever. also Antonioni is godlike in his bestI can't even tell you how many DVDs I have.
With Blu-Ray releases, I started making a list, because with the DVD format I ended up forgetting I owned something, and bought it again.
It's pretty much my passion, cinema.
I grew up frequently going to the cinema (3-4 times a week, sometimes more) and "devouring" films on my VHS rental stores, pretty much any genre you can think of. But, I always had a soft spot for Italian cinema in general, and genre films (horror, sci-fi, westerns, action, ...).
In the last few years, since I simply don't connect with most recent films (I like sets, I like practical effects, I like guys in rubber suits; and I really don't like excessive use of CGI effects), I have been going less and less to the cinema, and instead I keep watching older stuff at home.