16.04.08 by Jeff

The Fall

The film that just jumped to my most anticipated of the year: The Fall. I don’t know what it means for David Fincher and Spike Jonze to (both) be presenting this film buuut it looks incredible. Directed by Tarsem (who also directed the The Cell).

I see one shot in there that is straight up jacked from Baraka but if you’re going to steal you might as well steal from the best.













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • jeffhamada

    yea seriously – The Cell wasn’t that great of a movie but the art direction was top notch. this looks like something Matthew Barney (cremaster, drawing restraint) would direct.

  • mike

    i saw that trailer and was like O_O. it looked craaazy.

  • Sascha

    Damn, that movie looks amazing.

  • watched it. SPECTACULAR!

  • YEP. I SAW IT TOO. CRAZY MOVIE. ESPECIALLY IN BLU RAY.

  • Christina

    I saw this a few years ago and it has always stuck with me.

  • great film weird but great.





17.02.17 by Staff

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