Bone Tomahawk - re:View

Pubblicato il 17 ago 2019
Jay and Jim talk about S. Craig Zahler's Bone Tomahawk! Everyone in the world loved this movie! Except for one guy who was split.

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  • One of the best Westerns I have seen in a while..really good movie..great review guys

  • I get what u mean by getting distracted by tarantinos style. Like whilst i was watching 'once upon a time in hollywood', great movie, but the entire time i was like; "cmon, where is it. . . I know itll be here soon. . . *gets to the 'acid durry' scene*. . . Ah, THERE is is lol"

  • Craig Zahler and George Martin are at the least the same personality type.

  • Actually, Brooder's mother and sisters were killed by indians. That's why he devoted his life to killing Indians. He never had a wife and child.

  • Fantastic movie! One of my favorite Western's

  • People have dads they can talk to?

  • I didn't know about this film till now...I stopped watching this vid and saw the movie....came back to watch the spoiler section. Couldn't agree more. It was a really good movie. Only issue was it needed some heavy editing to tighten up some scenes. The pacing was slowed for no reason. Could have been 15-20 shorter and been a better movie for it. Still liked it over all 👍

  • I'm anticipating the re:view of Gremlins 2: The New Batch, one of my favourite movies :)

  • Look, Hateful Eight entertained the hell out of me. Specifically Samuel L, Walton Goggins, Kurt Russell and Jennifer Jason Leigh are just great. Kurt is great in everything, and has been since he wore that eye patch, beard and Yosamity Sam hat and flame thrower.

  • This film was very bad, but I got a few chuckles from it at least.

  • paused the vid at spoilers for once to go watch the movie for myself and i'm glad i went in blind.

  • 25:00

  • I would love to see you guys chit chat about American Psycho.

  • Jim looks like Jay's son if anything, but he has always been more confident than his kid brother Richard

  • Jack is absolutely my favorite character on Lost.

    • He gets a lot of unfair hate IMO. Not my favorite character but a great character nonetheless

  • I bet Craig Zahler is a big Cormac McCarthy fan. I know this because I love Cormac McCarthy and his style is just screaming in Bone Tomahawk lol.

  • 12:20 *mother & sister*

  • Don't re:View anymore movies released after Apr 9, 2012

  • How does this video have ads on it?!

  • 21:51 also using dragon sound from warcraft 2 it-tvs.com/tv/video-wpfCQJ7hgw8.html

  • All this talk of cannibals really just made me crave a "13th Warrior" Re:View.

  • FYI - the troglodytes' whistle is (kinda-sorta) based on a real-life thing: it-tvs.com/tv/video-Z-YfHg2_vjI.html

  • Green Inferno is the story of know-it-all students who believe they can and should decide how the whole world operates, and as such it is absolutely spot-on. The scene with the tarantula exemplifies how completely unfit they are for what they set out to do. They go on an Instagram trip to change a world they know nothing about and get killed by their own hubris. That the one survivor still holds on to the party line of "progress bad, other cultures good" after one of those cultures ate her friends, just hammers the point home.

  • If you guys have seen it, a re:view of Run Lola Run would be cool

  • Unlike Tarantino this movie takes its own detailsploitation & crunchy fluorishes dead serious. When Mrs. O'Dwyer refers to blind, crippled pregnant women I never expected them to actually show it

  • This movie was fackin' garbage.

  • Regarding the re-used stock sounds, they used the stock 'wolf howl' during a few scenes, and it's just- Yeah, it took me right out of it. But it was an amazing film either way, very Deadlands/Weird West.

  • I've seen parts of this movie; mostly the part when they were captured and "That" scene happened. God fuck that scene was fucking brutal and hardcore. I don't think i'll forget it for awhile.

  • I always thought the savages had evolved differently to humans to have the ability to call to each other with that bone. In the same sense that in The Descent they have evolved away from other humans to live underground.

  • re-upload?

  • "He fell off the roof, ''cause he's a construction worker of the wild west" , "his wife and child were killed by Indians" Did you even watch the movie?

  • Brooder's mom and sister were killed by Indians when he was 10, he never had a wife and kid. That is where his vendetta comes from, deep seated childhood trauma

  • I can't handle horror but I love westerns, Kurt Russell, and quite a few others in this one...I need a PG-13 or lighter R cut of this one.

  • Solid movie. I liked this WAY more than Hateful Eight.

  • I think youll find "RAVENOUS" to be the seminal work of Cowboys vs. Cannibals

  • When Sid Haig gets murdered five minutes into a movie you know you're in for a trip.

  • Do Slow West

  • Cannibal! The Musical was cowboys vs. cannibals. Also 1999's "Ravenous", which was set post-American Civil War, and pretty good IIRC.

  • Surprised Jay didn't mention the women of this cannibal tribe have no limbs and just lay in a nook getting impregnated. Pretty sure they were also blinded, most horrific thing in the film.

  • The flask was a good fit

  • No one going to point out the mistake Jay's dad made at 12:18 about it being Rueter's wife and kid who were killed? They even use a clip later on where he says smart men don't get married. For shame

    • srkibble I'm calling him Jay's dad from now on

  • I'm pretty sure this movie would mentally scar mr if I watched it, so I'll pass

  • Can we get a re:View of House of a 1000 Corpses or Devils Rejects? Would be interesting to know what you think of Rob Zombie's ideas

  • Just rented this on amazon for £0.99. I'm 9 minutes in and all I've seen is that House of a Thousand bawbags guy stagger about with the scream cop, and now there's an organ player looking as comatosed as I feel🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿😴😴💤😴💤💤💤💤

    • RoboTurkeyNinja Dude, as a rule of thinb, don't trust Jay and his weirdo movies. I haven't seen this one, but his recommendation track record hasn't been very good, to me

  • The violence reminded me of Green Room.

  • How Canadian of Jim to hum the end of “You can’t do that on Television”. Oh the memories.

  • If anyone from RedLetterMedia reads this, you guys should totally do a re:View on Harold and Maude.

  • All I got from this is that i have to watch Green Inferno.

  • I love how this movie transitions from classic Western to over-the-top grindhouse in the second act.

  • The same guy also directed “Brawl in Cell Block 99”.

  • plebs

  • NON cOMEDIC kEVIN rUDD. nICE.

  • Theres nothing wrong with D & D.

  • What's the music at the beginning and end? Is that custom or is it from something? I'd love to listen to a full length version of that song.

  • Jesus christ Jim what kind of Coyotes yall got in Canadia. In Colorado they sound like dogs lol

  • Incredible film.

  • Thanks to this review I've watched the movie. It's good. Very gruesome but well made, great acting and wholesome characters.

  • I must be missing something, because I thought the movie was awful overall. Patrick Wilson and Kurt Russell had great performances but everyone else fell flat. The dialogue for secondary characters was terrible and the entire troglodyte thing was so one dimensional that it was disappointing. I don't understand how so many people enjoyed it...what did I miss?

  • I'm glad ya'll talked about this movie, I was very surprised at how good it was

  • I'd never heard of this movie. I watched it after watching half of this review. Its graphic, but very good. Thanks RLM.