From "Fargo". Hands down one of the most vile and grossest villains I have ever seen. And I don't just mean his teeth. Varga is just plain evil incarnate and he is terrifying in every scene he is in. He's like a parasite, he just sucks all the goodness out of anybody and anywhere. But somehow you also can't help but be captivated every time he is on screen, which a lot of that is due to David Thewlis playing him wonderfully. Varga has no redeemable qualities and represents everything wrong with the world.
3 months, 1 week ago
Making movies/shows/books where you as the audience have to question what is real or not, is very hard to do without it making it seem like the writer is doing it just for weirdness' sake. This novel never feels like that as all the weird things in it inform the characters and story. The lead character, Tom, is not a typical protagonist you get and it never feels like Howell is judging him or the other characters. The novel kind of has the feeling of those movies that garner a large cult following. The best way to describe this is like The Big Lebowski meets True Detective.
7 months ago
Games With Incredible Atmosphere (35 games items)
"The game The Suffering has it too. The prison obviously helps but you feel it and you feel the constant pain and torture of the souls there."
7 months, 3 weeks ago