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    Wind River is one of those that I save for watching in winter if I'm snowed in. Also on my list:

    The Thing (the 1980s one, obviously)
    The Shining - currently I'm reading the book
    The Gray
    Misery
    Hateful 8
    The Revenant
    Fargo
    Rambo First Blood

    If anyone has more suggestions of bleak, wintry films, please let me know. I've heard that Jeremiah Johnson might fit, so I'll give that a try.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kaimi Kuenzli View Post
    Wind River is one of those that I save for watching in winter if I'm snowed in. Also on my list:

    The Thing (the 1980s one, obviously)
    The Shining - currently I'm reading the book
    The Gray
    Misery
    Hateful 8
    The Revenant
    Fargo
    Rambo First Blood

    If anyone has more suggestions of bleak, wintry films, please let me know. I've heard that Jeremiah Johnson might fit, so I'll give that a try.
    Ice Station Zebra
    Firefox
    Enemy at the Gates
    The Thing

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    Death Line / Raw Meat (US), 1972

    Donald Pleasance investigates a group of cannibals who dwell in the recesses of the Victorian built London Underground tunnels. Insane.

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    This may be the greatest bleak rainy scene in movie history: 1992's Unforgiven: Final Scene

    Behold the pale horse
    And the man who sat on him was Death
    And Hell followed with him

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    Watched John Wick again last night. Man that is a good film.

    Could one of you who knows more about guns tell me why he changes pistols when he is in the basement when he could have liked the guy who stole his car?

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    John Wick didn't like anybody.

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    Anyone see The Jesus Rolls, it based on the character Jesus, the bowler from The Big Libowske

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    Watching the Naked Gun, from the files of police squad again. It is genius

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roobo View Post
    Knives Out - a fun whodunnit with some good twists and funny dialogue.
    Nope. Canít handle Jamie Lee Curtis not being hot

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    Saw UNHINGED last Friday night and really liked it was very cool to be back in the theater Russell Crowe turned in a great performance as a total BAD GUY!

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