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Ranking Status: Movie Star  
Name: Sean Hill
Home town: Tallaght
Current area: Dublin
Status: Single
Gender: Male
Orientation: Straight
Religion: Cosmicism
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Total Ratings: 32
Total Reviews: 28
Total Lists: 4
Total Plots: 5
Total Points: 251

Meet TrifibianTerror

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I am Sean. Sean I am. He be me and me be he. I'm a very large Lovecraft fan and have read nearly everything he has written, ficiton-wise. I like films, watching them, making them, and anything else you can do with a film. I am currently in college working on a career in filmmaking. I also plan on aquiring world domination one day. But hey, who doesn't?


Filmmaking (obviously), writing, listening to the heaviest of metal and drawing hideous things. I am an avid reader of Lovecraft and Robert E. Howard, aswell as a lot of other horror and fantasy. Not so much sci-fi, for some reason.


The Wisdom Seat in the Rhoba El Khaliyeh, obligatory useless Irish education, most of the first year of media college and 19 years of inconsequential life amidst hideous, chaotic creation in which unspeakable horrors dwell just beyond the veil of man's comprehensibility.


Nobody, yet.


Human being. - 70+ years of existence before Nyarlathotep takes my soul to Kadath to worship Azathoth from afar for the rest of eternity. Fhtagn.

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The Film I Love

Anything by Guillermo del Toro. ANYTHING.

The Film I Hate (and want to destroy)


My guilty pleasure (movie)

Gappa: The Trifibian Terror

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Horror  Horror

Sport  Sport

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Christopher Walken
Arnold Schwarzenegg...
Doug Bradley
Clint Eastwood

Zac Effron
Vince Vaughn
Owen Wilson
Shia LaBeouf

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Guillermo del Toroa...

Quentin Tarantino

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'Stop eating mah sesame cake!' African General Congo 'I'M GONNA KILL YOU NOW!!!' Bennet Commando

'It's alive! It's alive, it's alive! It's alive!' Dr. Henry Frankenstein Frankenstein (1931) 'Where we're going, we don't need eyes to see' Dr. Weir Even Horizon

'Down the dark decades of your pain, this will seem like a memory of Heaven!' Pinhead Hellraiser 3 'What do the good know, except what the bad teach them in their excesses?' The Candyman Candyman 'I love you, I love you more than Jesus!' Lucif

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Fire and Ice (1983)

Fire and Ice (1983)
Fire and Ice.
4/4 stars

An animated adventure from the minds of Ralph Bakshi, creator of sometimes maligned 1970's animated Lord of the Rings film, and Frank Frazetta, famous for his superb illustrations of Robert E. Howard's Conan stories, Firce and Ice concerns the story of the ice lord Nekron and his evil mother Juliana who are intent on world domination. After Nekron...


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Jase- wrote on 02/01/12 at 01:50 AM CT


Make sure to let me know what you think if you ever watch it again or give Firefly a chance.


Jase- wrote on 01/30/12 at 09:50 PM CT


Thanks for responding. I had no idea whether you were active and wasn't trying to comment on that either way. I was just trying to explain that I wanted to respond to the review even though I doubted you were active because the comment was so old. While I don't see the characters as being stock or cliché, I can understand how someone could. I think they're fairly unique, but I get that seeing the same things in Whedon's characters can be frustrating. There's the extreme sarcasm, the manipulation of language, the teenage girl who can kick anyone's ass because of powers she never wanted, etc. I definitely agree with you about Han Solo. He seems to be the ultimate antihero/lovable rogue, and Malcolm Reynolds fits that mold very well. Joss Whedon even said he included scenes in Serenity in response to the whole "Han shot first" controversy, so the influence is pretty clear. There are only so many types of characters, though. I think it's the nuances and idiosyncrasies that set them apart. As for science fiction-Western hybrids, I know it's not a unique element by itself. Star Trek, of course, was pitched as "Wagon Train to the stars." I think Serenity is a little more obvious with it, but it's the combination of all the elements that make the movie different for me. On the idea of it having style, but no substance, I have to disagree. It works great as political commentary, even if it's pretty obvious about it. Serenity wasn't Oscar bait, but it was never meant to be. It's a fun movie that also ventures into areas most other action/adventure movies would never consider. None of this is to change your mind, of course. People hate what they hate (I'd rather saw off my fingers while listening to Celine Dion than watch Raising Arizona ever again). But talking about the movies we love and hate is what this site's for, I guess.


Jase- wrote on 01/30/12 at 04:01 AM CT
Serenity (2005) Review comment


My last comment was broken up into paragraphs, but ended up being mashed together. I apologize, since that makes it a bit more difficult to read.


Jase- wrote on 01/30/12 at 03:59 AM CT
Serenity (2005) Review comment


This is an old review and I doubt its author is active on this site anymore, but I still have to comment on it. It just seems absurd to me that someone would write such a bad review of, or even rate, a movie that they didn't finish watching. The first thing the review's author points to is that it is unoriginal. Maybe I've missed all the other post-war science fiction-Western hybrid films in which everyone speaks Mandarin and English due to China and the United States having aligned to form one star system-controlling superpower, whose characters are battling not only that Sino-American Alliance that turned one of them into a psychic weapon, but also beings who torture, rape, kill, and eat everyone they come in contact with, but I doubt it. As for the characters being cocky and arrogant, which was the only other negative part of the movie that was pointed out, I can only think of one in the entire movie. Even if there were more, it's an odd thing to not like a movie for. Cocky, arrogant characters can be very compelling. Listing that as your main reason for not liking Firefly is like saying you don't like Star Wars because Han Solo is cocky and arrogant. I don't get it. My point is that if you haven't yet watched Serenity or Firefly and are looking at reviews here to determine whether you should give them a chance, don't pay too much attention to this one. It gives two reasons, neither of which make sense. I understand that everyone has their own tastes, but listen to someone who gives better reasons and has actually watched the entire movie.



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