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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  • Gotta offer a disagreement. I find both Tarantino as well as this writer to be sadly below par. They are great at character development but when it comes to then placing the characters in a situation of peril the one trick horse default is "gorefest". Take that event out and there is no substance for the film to finish on.

  • Hard as the guy getting bisected is to watch but for my money the scalping is worse, maybe it's because it's the first thing that happened so by the time the bisection happens you're already in that head space but being able to see the guys face as he's being scalped was really effective, I generally don't have an issue with violence in movies but I find that really hard to watch.

  • i remember watching this while being on a "Cowboy" mood. ...i was not ready for what this movie was. Wild West is so romanticized, that these kind of movies are a breath of fresh air.

  • Agree Brooder most interesting character in a film full of them. A great movie, dramatic 1st to last moving from subtlety to outright violence without losing credibility & nuance. Unlike the film it shouldn’t be compared to, but which you did, which is the usual adolescent bowel evacuation by someone with an unmerited ‘name’.

  • Glad that I watched the movie after the spoiler warning. Didn't know what to expect and it really is a great film!

  • Sitting there fiddling with their beers like a pair of women. Drink the damn things FFS.

  • Kurt steals his lines from Goldie Hawn like in Tombstone he coop'ed her naughty talk. She would ask him, "You gonna just stand there and bleed or are you gonna skin that smokewagon." She laid a twofer on him.

  • Smell the Glove. Guys with beards? I thought I was watching a ZZ Top retrospective and this was Billy and Dusty: The Middle School Years.

  • Its one of my fave films of all time. Its amazing. That descent into darkness....fantastic.

  • It's weird that Matthew Fox and David Arquette look so much alike.

  • Jim doesn't know the word "vanguard."

  • I was pretty fucking impressed by this film already and I had no idea it was the creator's first film

  • "animal murders" is oxymoronic.

  • I’m a horror movie fan, and so have watched A LOT of horror movies. It takes a lot now to shock me, but THAT SCENE! 😱

  • "kurt russel he's like a han solo guy" almost got cast as han solo.... jus sayin..

  • Watch ravenous. Weirdly another cannibal movie with David Arquette but really good.

  • Are you guys going to review Brawl In Cell Block 99?

  • 17:20 It's called a desert you ignorant fuckers.

  • I freaking loved this movie. Thanks for recommending it.

  • God I'm glad I watched this movie, so fucking good

  • Zahler is the director whose upcoming releases I get most excited about. Brawl in Cellblock 99 was just the best!

  • Possibly The worst critique of any movie ever .These guys are so rapped up in the sound of their own noise they may as well be masturbating in public ! Because they---'re so hip to what's cool -not. and loose the background noise, it serves no purpose

  • 13th warrior but with cowboys

  • Stellar movie; but I think the end is bittersweet. 4 grown men barely made it to the spot to rescue her, especially after the horses were stolen. I doubt a woman and 2 injured men without horses made it back alive.

  • I FUCKING LOVE THIS MOVIE!!!!!!

  • I didn't like that Hateful Eight had a twist/punchline at the end.

  • this is such a stupid movie ,if a friend of mine would describe the basic story of it i would be like "fuck off with this shit" ......after watching it , i loved every single minute of it

  • The estrogen is strong with these two.

    • @cpmenninga not feelings.. Facts.. Who are you again?

    • It’s cool that you can tell everybody about your feelings for Jay and Jim in public. You have good taste. I’m sure they’re appreciative.

  • That movie has one of the most gruesome death scenes I`ve ever seen (where the man is graphically cut in half from inverted down. I found it quite disturbing. It`s as if the film maker relished having that man torn in half. I`m amazed that the woman who watched it happen wasn`t catatonic afterwards.

  • Original Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Italian giallo, and this fucking movie.

  • Thumbs up for the pun in the description

  • I wish humans in reality spoke the way S. Craig Zahler writes them to speak in his movies lol.

  • Movie is too long, a bit slow and boring, and unnecessary scenes that add nothing. It just has a few good scenes.

  • This movie checks a lot of boxes for me. Great dialogue, beautiful imagery, excellent performances, horrific gory brutality and the faintest tinge of otherworldliness.

  • The pun in the description split me open.

  • Matthew Fox's character was my favorite as well, he went out to soon.

  • Wait, it's not his dad?.. I actually watched the whole video thinking this was his dad and was thinking like.. Wow, they're so much alike.

  • Re:View The Hitcher (1986) please !

  • Do people unironically like this move? I'm very surprised. The ridiculousness of the end had use laughing pretty hard. Maybe I should give it another shot.

  • Wasn't Richard Jenkins' character's role in the movie to explain everything to the audience?

  • Now THIS is a good movie

  • Indians kill his wife and child ??? It was his mother and sister when he was ten years old, he was the smart man who never married. 116 Indians is what he mentioned unless you adding the other few who were killed while he was still alive

  • 12:03 Agree 100%, Matthew Fox's character had a lot of depth to him. I didn't like him much on my first viewing, but on my second he was my favorite.

  • Excellent video guys. The movie is astounding!

  • So where's the Big Trouble in Little China review??

  • I love this movie. It was such a suprise. Green Inferno was one big tease and treated you like a jerk for watching it.

  • Jesus christ, watching this made me realize how illiterate these guys are. "Riding vanguard" is not some obscure 19th century dialect, it's something that any high school student would instantly know what it means. Vanguard is a word commonly used to this day.

    • Zeriel outside military jargon, give me some examples of vanguard in daily speech. Especially in the same context as the movie. It’s rarely used.

    • They jokingly said it is rare enough in common usage that they felt they needed to look it up. They know what it means. The point was that BT used it to make dialogue seem more realistic, compared to Tarantino dialogue.

  • Everyone talks about "the scene" in this, which to be fair is horrible, but the following scene with the limbless women/babymakers lying in the corner is just as disturbing.

  • I'm surprised there was no mention of Ravenous (also starring David Arquette), another highly underrated western cannibal/vampire movie.

  • Never watched this channel before, but saw Bone Tomahawk and had to click. It's great to see this stunning movie get the appreciation it deserves. One of the best, most unique films I've seen in 10 years. For me, acting-wise, Richard Jenkins wins...though everyone does a great job. Love this movie.

  • This movie sucks so hard.

  • Green inferno is in fact hilarious. All of Eli Roth’s movies are so goofy I love them. Bone tomahawk in contrast, is a real movie, lol

  • As many times I've seen this movie, I fast forward that part.

  • I went in cold, now that I've finished the movie, it's going to take a few months and therapy until I feel warmth again.

  • Green Inferno is the worst fucking movie of all time. Bone Tomahawk is awesome.

  • Just found this movie and it's awesome. It's like a Zane Grey meets Jack Ketchum type story. Story great, characters great, and wish they had talked about the cave dweller tribe more during the review because they were so creepy. As for the gore, well if you've seen Cannibal Holocaust, etc. then you know what to expect and it's handled well. Hope this one becomes a cult movie because it got overlooked when it was released and it really is terrific.

  • I’m split on this movie

  • I don’t know who these guys are but fuck em, Matthew Fox was absolutely incredible in Lost.

  • Kurt russle and his old deputy were the only good characters. The others were boring and just added padding to the movie. I did not to see minutes upon minutes of this crutch dude limping. This movie would've had been better at 1hr and a half at max. None of the death scenes made me go oh my god since im pretty desensitized, but they are still good and gory.