glostarz999's comments

The Exorcism in Amarillo (2020)
arigabnaz00 -4 points 19 days ago.

FINALLY!!! A great movie that ACCURATELY demonstrates how to DEAL with DEMONS, HAUNTINGS, even ALIENS.
The DAD was not only a SOLDIER in the PHYSICAL, but also the SPIRITUAL, (and the mom was strong too!)
VICTORY can only be found through the ONE and ONLY GOD, JESUS CHRIST OF NAZARETH.

glostarz999 4 points 19 days ago*.

I’m hard as nails and Northern mate. If a demon or a ghost or an alien messes with me I just lamp it one. Always does the trick. ‘I ain’t ‘fraid of no ghost’.

Moxie (2021)
niyeat 1 points 1 month ago.

i was actually replying to the downvoters I’m so sorry i didn’t make that clear. u were absolutely right haha. sorry for the confusion and pls take care and stay safe<3

glostarz999 2 points 1 month ago.

Almost all of my best comments get downvoted. I wouldn’t let it get to you. I just find it pretty funny that people find the time to go to the trouble of doing that. Don’t take this place too seriously. I certainly don’t.

The Red Balloon (1956)
Saucer-People 4 points 1 month ago.

In my opinion the three greatest short films are Chris Marker’s Le Jetee, Alain Resnais’ Night And Fog and Albert Lamorisse’s The Red Balloon. Curiously, all three films are French and yet are so different in genre, style and subject matter, but all three are worth watching back to back to give you a sense of what is possible in just over 90.minutes of film making, the length of an average film.
However, if you’re looking for a single film to make you smile, The Red Balloon is for you.

glostarz999 2 points 1 month ago*.

Are you sure that you’re not me, mate? Because I agree with every single word of that comment. You just saved me the bother of having to comment myself so cheers for that.

Makua Charley (2013)
glostarz999 0 points 1 month ago.

Just read the description. That’s happened to everyone at some point, surely? Hardly worth making a film about.

Riders of Justice (2020)
glostarz999 2 points 1 month ago*.

Just got around to watching this and it was pretty much what I expected it to be. Not as good as ‘Adam’s Apples’ or ‘The Green Butchers’ but still really entertaining. Some of the black humour might upset some people though so be warned. And you do get to see Nicolas Bro topless and that’s something that I feel that I ought to warn people about too. All men envy his physique. Lots and lots of ridiculous facial hair in this movie. Mads looked ancient with that beard and Nikolaj Lie Kaas was virtually unrecognisable. Really good fun. I enjoyed it a lot.

Nyugalom (2008)
Dodi 5 points 1 month ago*. (Contains Spoilers)

The title means “calm”, totally Lovecraftian. lol But the subject is dark and evil, showing the sadistic way Soviet Communism twisted it’s great talents into the dust, and it’s consequent collateral damage.

glostarz999 1 points 1 month ago.

In a weird kind of way I do actually associate Lovecraft with ‘calm’ because my ex girlfriend bought me a cuddly plush toy Cthulhu for my birthday about two decades ago and I slept with it on my pillow for years. Think he saved me from quite a few nightmares. He was a cute little bugger but I must have lost him moving house one time. I miss him to be honest. He wasn’t quite as terrifying when he was only nine inches tall and smiling at you and really soft and snuggly. I will just stress here that there was no sex involved. Our relationship was way above any of that mucky stuff. That’s just really nasty and it’s unhygienic too. I will watch this film eventually. Got a hell of a long list of stuff to watch right now and there are only so many hours in a day.

Riders of Justice (2020)
glostarz999 2 points 1 month ago.

That’s a really strong looking cast with some of Denmark’s finest actors and Anders Thomas Jensen’s films are usually great. Definitely going to be watching this ASAP. Many thanks to whoever uploaded this here.

The Brand New Testament (2015)
boop 2 points 1 month ago.

will do. thanks for the tips

glostarz999 2 points 1 month ago.

You’re very welcome.

The Brand New Testament (2015)
boop 7 points 1 month ago.

highly recommend. didn’t know what to expect and i found a treasure trove. it’s dark humour and highly entertaining. not for the easily offended.

glostarz999 5 points 1 month ago.

If you enjoyed that then you might want to check out some of Van Dormael’s other movies. I’d highly recommend ‘Toto the Hero’, ‘The Eighth Day’ and ‘Mr. Nobody’ to you. He’s probably my favourite Belgian director.

Ancient Aliens (2009) S16 E11
Alien 4 points 1 month ago.

It’s always aliens.

glostarz999 5 points 1 month ago*.

To be fair sometimes it’s just ball lightning bouncing off a strut. Or witches. But you’re right. It is usually aliens.

Nyugalom (2008)
glostarz999 2 points 1 month ago.

Hooray! A new film to add to that long list of movies with titles that sound like something evil that Lovecraft might have come up with.

The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby (2001)
glostarz999 0 points 1 month ago*.

True story this. My brother went to ‘Pembleton Honey World’ years ago and he bought me this little bee shaped pendant there and it’s made of nickel. And it doesn’t wear underwear. Ever since then I’ve referred to it as my knickerless nickel bee. And that was how I fell in love with the works of Charles Dickens.

Modern British Slavery (2017)
glostarz999 0 points 1 month ago.

I preferred the old style British slavery where we rampaged across the globe subjugating people and stealing all of their resources and causing endless damage and wars and slaughter and just called it ‘The Empire’ and pretended that it was a good thing rather than something despicable to be thoroughly ashamed of. This recent stuff seems pretty minor in comparison. I blame Brexit for that.

Mondo Trasho (1969)
rapscallion 1 points 1 month ago.

I’m gonna have to agree with Waters that this should have been a short film instead of a feature-length.

glostarz999 0 points 1 month ago. (Contains Spoilers)

This site needs more John Waters though. One of my favourite American filmmakers. There’s a line in one of his movies about a dildo being left in a wishing well that absolutely destroyed me the first time that I saw it. Couldn’t stop laughing for hours.

The Worlds of Philip K. Dick (2016)
TisOnlyMe 6 points 1 month ago.

One key to the dark, dystopian vision is his continued use of Amphetamines. i believe Stephen King used them too, both writers of prolific weirdness. Ever take speed? It’ll lead you down some dark by-ways and of course, creativity is only a fine line away from insanity EVER. Speed also makes you paranoid, another shared ingredient in this genre. This doc made me feel sad, not a lot of happiness going on but i suppose the work, his output, is justification.. i have long believed that great art is usually the product of obsession, which leads to compromise in all other areas of a Life. Sad Life but some great stories

glostarz999 5 points 1 month ago.

I agree completely. The multiple revolving wives probably helped too in getting the creative juices flowing. Speed is an evil and dirty drug but it’s cheap and easy to get hold of and it fuelled most of his work. He only really lost me when he got religion in his later years. ‘Flow my Tears, the Policeman Said’ is an underrated masterpiece. See also ‘Radio Free Albemuth’. Not watched the doc yet. One of my favourite writers though.

The Worlds of Philip K. Dick (2016)
TisOnlyMe 3 points 1 month ago.

Hmm, yeah, interesting doc on Dick. Worth a watch if you like his stories :))x

glostarz999 6 points 1 month ago*.

‘Doc on Dick’ sounds like a BBC3 show that I REALLY wouldn’t want to watch. Looking forward to watching this though. Only Lovecraft could match him for sheer invention and creativity in the sci fi/ horror genre. And Lovecraft was a nutcase too. That probably isn’t a coincidence.

The Worlds of Philip K. Dick (2016)
rapscallion 8 points 1 month ago.

“No great mind has ever existed without a touch of madness.” ― Aristotle

glostarz999 4 points 1 month ago.

“Party on dudes” -Bill and Ted with a bit of help from So crates

Julia (1974)
dw99 2 points 3 months ago.

I use Streamzz with some frequency; my browser is Firefox, with uBlock Origin. After years of experimenting, those are my preferred browser and ad-blocker.

FF does one weird thing, but it’s so minor that I don’t care: When I post comments using Disqus, FF sometimes inserts and extra line-space. That’s the only hiccup I’ve had with it, and in all other ways, including privacy issues, I’m happier w FF than I was with Chrome and Opera.

glostarz999 1 points 3 months ago.

FF used to be my browser of choice in general but using sites like this I just got pop under after pop under and it annoyed the hell out of me so I reluctantly only use chrome for this place. Seems like everyone has a different experience. All part of life’s rich pageant I guess.

Julia (1974)
TisOnlyMe 2 points 3 months ago.

Hah isn’t it funny how these things work for some people and not for others! Maybe it depends on which part of the world you’re in.. Drag for me as a lot of old foreign movies just appear here on Clip and Aparat and i can’t seem to use either. I’ll try to find UBlock.. I’ve even successfully used Streamz occasionally, see.. Funny!! Thanks for your reply anyhow, yeah i just got a wee fit of frustration at yet another movie i won’t be able to watch :))x

glostarz999 2 points 3 months ago.

If you really did manage to get Streamz to work then you’re a better man than me mate. I use adblock plus and Ublock origin in tandem on chrome and if a hosting site doesn’t like that then usually just turning one or the other off works fine to get the video to play without being bombarded with ads and pop ups. I’m a fan of obscure old movies myself, so I feel your pain.

Julia (1974)
TisOnlyMe 3 points 3 months ago.

A MESSAGE TO WHOEVER IT IS THAT UPLOADS THESE OLD MOVIES.. Posting on Clipwatching and Aparat is frankly an unkindness to viewers like myself.. i can NEVER watch ANY of these interesting old flicks you post here. says “Disable ADBLOCK in order to continue viewing”.. i tried that 2 yrs ago but it still says the same message and won’t open try as i might. is just a hog-fest of unwanted ads which come cascading at you when you try to connect in spite of ADBLOCK, and they keep on coming even after you close them, too frustrating to manage actually watching the movie, i’ve NEVER managed to watch ANY of the movies you kindly posted here on these IMPOSSIBLE links. PLEASE NOTE, OTHER CLEANER LINKS REQUIRED FOR EVERYTHING YOU POSTED like EVER! MIXDROP or DOOD or some of the others work fine in spite of their pop-ups which can easily be dealt with.. When i see CLIPWATCHING and APARAT listed my heart just sinks as i know they won’t work.. PLEASE could you find suitable alternatives. I KNOW.. i should ask for links elsewhere but this is something different, a GENERAL PLEA for better connections. UPLOADERS, HUGE RESPECT for all your efforts on our behalf, helping to keep everyone sane through these difficult times, but Please NB! THANKS :((x

glostarz999 2 points 3 months ago.

I don’t think that its that simple mate. Aparat works fine for me, as does Clipwatching MOST of the time. Other people have issues with Mixdrop and Doodwatch. I have no problems with ANY of them at present. Not sure WHY that is. Only site that NEVER works is that Streamz nonsense for me and that’s the ONLY site that has EVER told me to turn off adblock. Maybe try some different adblock extensions or a different browser maybe? Give Ublock a go. Best of luck mate. I understand your frustration and you have my sympathy.

Adam's Apples (2005)
sagarrana 1 points 3 months ago.

must watch.. Masterpiece

glostarz999 1 points 3 months ago.

Fully agree with you.

Den brysomme mannen (2006)
Saucer-People 5 points 8 months ago.

This is such an incredible film - if you like your cinema with a dose of high strangeness then this is one definitely for you.
Kudos to whoever posted this, I saw it a couple of times when it came out and its such a pleasure to revisit it as it is one of those films that seem to improve with repeat viewing.
File under independent/arthouse but in the best sense of the terms.

glostarz999 2 points 8 months ago.

Couldn’t agree more. I bloody love this film and it’s great to see it on here and so many other great none English language movies being added here too in recent weeks.

David Icke: Beyond the Cutting Edge (2010)
glostarz999 2 points 9 months ago.

Oops. Sorry. Was just assuming that everyone was aware of his stuff by now. He’s been spouting it for long enough. My bad.

David Icke: Beyond the Cutting Edge (2010)
glostarz999 1 points 9 months ago. (Contains Spoilers)

The daft thing is that he’s RIGHT about so much stuff but then he feels the need to immediately discredit himself and make himself a laughing stock by claiming that the ruling classes are all shape shifting reptilian aliens. Still can’t tell if he’s just a really effective establishment plant designed to discredit ANY talk of corruption or government conspiracies or just a complete crank who probably ought to seek help.

Boys from the Blackstuff (1982)
Johnny2Stripes 1 points 11 months ago.

The Thatcher era, god that was a miserable time.

glostarz999 2 points 11 months ago.

Couldn’t agree more mate. This was an absolutely brilliant series though.

Last of the Summer Wine (1973)
JadeEnigma 0 points 11 months ago*.

It was kind of a bit of both. A joking way of suggesting you may have missed the deeper things this show had to say for itself. But then, I was ten when I first saw it so I could be totally wonky. Your comment was very funny, though!

glostarz999 1 points 11 months ago.

No problem Jade. Not always easy to gauge people’s tone on here. All the best to you.

Last of the Summer Wine (1973)
JadeEnigma 0 points 11 months ago.


glostarz999 5 points 11 months ago.

It would appear so. Was that a joke that I didn’t get or were you having a pop at me? I was just being daft and making a throwaway comment on a series that was ALWAYS on on Sunday evening and you knew that that meant that the weekend was over and it was school again tomorrow.

Last of the Summer Wine (1973)
JadeEnigma -2 points 11 months ago.

Oh you poor boy :-(

glostarz999 1 points 11 months ago.


Last of the Summer Wine (1973)
glostarz999 4 points 11 months ago.

31 seasons of three old men rolling down a hill in Yorkshire in a bathtub and an ugly freak perving over some poor woman’s stocking clad legs. Makes me proud to be British to see this here.

Phenomena (1985)
RoboPhone 3 points 1 year ago.

Excellent Dario Argento cult classic thriller! Newcomer Jennifer Connelly’s performance was truly captivating. Must See!

glostarz999 1 points 1 year ago.

Possibly Argento’s best film for me Mr. Robophone. You have good taste ha ha!

M (1951)
glostarz999 1 points 1 year ago.

It’s definitely worth seeing, however big a fan you may be of the original (and I am). I think that there is also a Japanese or Korean spin on this too but I could be remembering that wrong because I’m old and addled.

If nothing else you’ve got to love the producer’s name. Seymour Nebenzal. That really warms my cockles. It sounds like both an instruction to read more Lovecraft and also an exotic invitation to broaden your horizons a bit too. I’m in my fifties and I’ve never seen ANY Nebenzal. I probably ought to try to see at least SOME of it before the current virus related boredom kills me.

The Vanishing (1988)
glostarz999 3 points 1 year ago.

A bloody great film. Way better than the pointless US remake but isn’t that always the case?

La hacienda (2009)
glostarz999 1 points 1 year ago.

no tengo ni idea de lo que esto significa

Nattens arvinger (2019) S1 E1
In the Tall Grass (2019)
glostarz999 1 points 1 year ago.

That was a bit cheesy and old school but it was alright until it got all preachy and moralistic in the last five minutes.

Cerdita (2018)
glostarz999 0 points 1 year ago*.

This little cheapo short managed to make me hate bullies more than I already do which is a feat in itself I suppose. The very predictable twist that wasn’t really a twist in the last few minutes was. . . well, nothing really though. Film school student stuff and Christ knows what the moral was supposed to be at the end, if it it was even aiming for trying to say something remotely profound about the subject matter.

A D- minus from me for whoever shot this. Must try harder in future. Your films need to have some kind of point to them and not be just a tacky excuse for you to show off a bit of bare flesh if you want to be taken seriously.It did pass ten minutes or so though. I’ll give it that.

Late edit: Just a word of warning though if you are planning on viewing this (I really wouldn’t bother if I were you). If you don’t have a reasonable grasp of Spanish then just forget about it because the English subtitles are absolutely microscopic.

Springfloden (2016)
bevnick 1 points 1 year ago.

I stand corrected. Imho, series 2 if off to a fantastic start!

glostarz999 2 points 1 year ago.

Sorry. Couldn’t resist! I haven’t watched series 2 yet. I watched the first series ages ago and I remember enjoying it so I will have to get around to series 2 at some point. I hope that it lives up to your expectations.

Springfloden (2016)
bevnick 1 points 1 year ago*.

Just finished series 1, so good! On to series 2.

glostarz999 1 points 1 year ago.

Surely you mean that you Swedished it?

The King: Eternal Monarch (2020)
glostarz999 -3 points 1 year ago.

I preferred the original google translate description myself before it was edited. It was a bit confusing and challenging and made no sense at all so it kept you guessing as to what this show was actually about. It made it seem a bit mysterious but now it just sounds a little pedestrian and mundane and K drama by numbers-ish; like the kind of thing that you’ve already seen a billion times before. I’ll probably give it a miss I think.

War of the Colossal Beast (1960)
glostarz999 -2 points 1 year ago*.

Oh great. We’re at war with the Colossal Beast again now too? Aren’t things bad enough already? He looks terrifying these days if that bus isn’t just a prop that’s only actually a little bit bigger than the size of my meat and two veg in real life. And what’s up with that eye? He wasn’t even that colossal when I fought him back in my youth all of those years ago and he was actually quite an attractive man back then too if I’m being a hundred percent honest. It was more like the wrestling scene with Oliver Reed in that Ken Russell adaptation of Women in Love rather than a proper scrap but he’s bigger and uglier now too by the looks of things and I’m pretty out of shape at the moment so some other bugger is just going to have to step up and deal with him this time because I’ve got dishes to wash and the dog is looking at me all funny too because he doesn’t understand why I won’t let him sniff other dog’s behinds any more when I take him for a midnight stroll because of all of this social distancing stuff.

Corona Zombies (2020)
IgorTheRinger -1 points 1 year ago.

WARNING! Do not open any link!
This is not worth of your time to watch!
(Thank me later)

glostarz999 1 points 1 year ago*.

I haven’t watched the movie and I’m not going to so I probably shouldn’t be even commenting here but I will just mention that I named my newborn Corona just six months ago because I thought that it sounded like a novel and pretty name and we’d just had a lunar eclipse and I was drinking a Corona beer after the event to celebrate too so it just seemed somehow. . . fitting, maybe?

How was I supposed to know that all of this was going to happen back then? I feel like a proper tit now and she’s got that name for life whether she likes it or not and people are going to just stare at her and seethe as soon as they hear it in the future when they remember what it signifies. What have I DONE to her? If I’d just named her Crystal Meth or Marlboro Lights instead then she wouldn’t be stuck with that stigma forever. I’m bloody hopeless when it comes to that kind of thing. You can’t take me anywhere. Well you can but I won’t find my own way home and I’ll probably just embarrass myself by peeing on a war memorial or something while I’m trying to remember where we live and then I’ll soil myself too just to piss of the police when they come to pick me up and throw me in the cells.

The Stendhal Syndrome (1996)
glostarz999 -2 points 1 year ago*.

One of my favourite Argento movies. Keep ‘em coming!

Edited edit: Just not worth it.

The Hateful Eight (2015)
booger 2 points 1 year ago.

Not everyone has seen a Tarantino movie and I was merely trying to convey the main appeal in a concise way.
Had no idea (or maybe just forgot) about the foot thingy.
No idea who Lisa watshername is.

glostarz999 -1 points 1 year ago*.

I wasn’t having a pop at you there mate and apologies if you’ve genuinely never seen any of his films before. I said that I kind of agreed with you. And don’t google the Lisa Stansfield thing. Her lawyers have wiped most of it off the internet entirely by now but those of us of a certain age here in the UK won’t forget it any time soon. You seem a bit sensitive so it’s probably best to not to go down that rabbit hole right now by trying to explain it to you. If my post upset you then that was accidental and I’ll say sorry right now. I’m not here to piss people off.

The Hateful Eight (2015)
booger 0 points 1 year ago.

Good enough for at least one viewing if you don’t mind all the blood,gore and self indulgence.

glostarz999 1 points 1 year ago*.

I kind of agree with you but if you’re not looking for blood, gore and self indulgence then why are you watching a Tarantino movie? That’s kind of his thing. It’s just what he does. That and unashamedly advertising and showcasing his obsession with female feet. There’s nothing wrong with that of course. If you’re going to develop an odd sexual fetish then the whole foot thing is pretty harmless and just a bit silly compared to some of the other stuff that you often unwittingly stumble across out in the wild, isn’t it? It’s hardly Lisa Stansfield territory.

But surely if you choose to watch one of his films you know exactly what you’re going to get by now? He’s been making the bloody things for quite some time.

Better Call Saul (2015) S5 E9
glostarz999 -2 points 1 year ago*.

Leave that poor fish alone you big meanie! Pick on someone your own size and shave that thing off too because it looks ridiculous. It doesn’t make you look virile. It just makes you look like a twat. And nobody likes a bully. Well, some people do in a naughty bedroom kind of way but that’s different and you need to buy all kinds of fancy paraphernalia to really pull it off. I didn’t see that fish giving anyone it’s consent to be tormented like that though. It looked more aggressive and dominant than submissive to me and you can’t even buy PVC corsets for goldfish anyway. I just googled it and didn’t get a single hit. The show runners should be ashamed of themselves like I always am every second of my miserable life. A great episode to a great series. Lovely stuff in these difficult times.

David Copperfield (2000)
sassiebrat 0 points 1 year ago*.

It’s only dangerous if you don’t know what you are doing! Like giving money to someone or your phone number or your address or playing into someone’s nonsense. If you cross a line, then that’s the end of that!

glostarz999 -1 points 1 year ago*.

I’ll have to take your word for that and bow to your better judgement. It is a really sexy nose though. You’re really missing out but we really do have to play safe here.

David Copperfield (2000)
sassiebrat -1 points 1 year ago.

Stronger, rounded noses, huh? I wonder what he would have thought about my dear old dad with the ski slope nose! Like Bob Hope’s! I learned a long time ago that what other people think is none of my business.

glostarz999 -2 points 1 year ago*.

I was about to start describing my nose to you then but swiftly realised that it might seem like I was grooming you and stopped myself just in time. This internet lark is fraught with dangers isn’t it? I could have got myself in real trouble then if I didn’t still just about have my wits about me.

David Copperfield (2000)
sassiebrat 0 points 1 year ago*.

What others think means about as much to me as cement. It mostly means something to me if I walk on it! Plus, I realize that this is totally subjective. I love Dev Patel!

glostarz999 -1 points 1 year ago*.

That’s the spirit, ha ha ha! I like you. You’ll go far, as my dear old dad would say. I just mentioned Lovecraft. Love his work but he was as a racist anti semite who believed in all of that bollox about people who have stronger, rounder noses being more intelligent. It’s a funny old world but I wouldn’t like to have to clean it. Even my own room is filthy. That’s what happens when you just stop caring any more,

David Copperfield (2000)
sassiebrat 0 points 1 year ago.

Introducing ethnicity and race into the picture makes the prejudice and horrible treatment of David more understandable. But, David was White so makes the inhumanity more pronounced. I have not seen this version and don’t plan to after watching the trailer.

glostarz999 -2 points 1 year ago*.

I don’t blame you. You do realise that by even replying to me you’re going to get an avalanche of down votes? That’s just the way that things are around here these days but thanks all the same.

David Copperfield (2000)
sassiebrat 0 points 1 year ago*.

I love the opening of this film (the first four minutes)…and then the ending! Hugh Dancy is a perfect David; I like Maggie Smith better as Aunt Betsey although I do like Sally Field. Anthony Andrews and Eileen Atkins are perfectly cast as the evil Murdstones as well as the rest of the supporting cast! I will say that this is my favorite version but I like them all. Thanks uploaders! 5/5

glostarz999 -2 points 1 year ago*.

Better than the recent Ianucci version certainly. That bloke really showed his true colours in the last few years. I wouldn’t pee on him if he was on fire. Well, I probably would if I needed to obviously. Any port in a storm as they say but you know what I mean. I’d have to pee on him and then spend loads of time drying him out just so that I could set him ablaze again. That would take ages and I’d probably forget just what I was doing half way through and feel like a proper chump as I was just standing there with the lighter and the petrol afterwards. Again. I’ve tried to set fire to celebrities before and it never works. They just seem to be too oily but it’s a creepy H.P Lovecraft kind of oil that somehow isn’t even flammable. It’s uncanny.

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