/tv/, what're some hillbilly-core/hillbilly-sploitation films.
This includes both films from "outsider" perspectives as well as pro-hillbilly movies from hillbilly perspectives.
Preferably ones worth watching, but if they're shit then that's fine, too. Really the most important thing is that they're as hillbilly-centric as possible.
The Wild And Wonderful Whites Of West Virginia
The Grapes Of Wrath
Out Of The Furnace
Next Of Kin
Child Of God
Hatfields And McCoy's
A Single Shot
Paradise Lost series
A personal favorite;
>not posting this
Why didn't Leia come along to see Luke? Does she not give a shit?
What was the meaning of this movie?
SOMEONE IS STEALING OUR MEMES!
This should have been Luke
But Luke did turn to the dark side
I think I found my new waifu....FEMALE EGON!
Who hyped for FEMALE EGON!
So what are some
dank memeswe can get outta this thing?
Glib facsimile is good, but I also like the idea of
>TAKE OFF THAT MASK
>What do you think you'll see if I do?
>THE FACE OF MY SON
>it's a black guy under the mask
Or something. It had that kind of campy CIA scene delivery /tv/ loves. I'm just not a jokester.
>Was promoted to be a badass female villain
>Kills a few villagers
>Then gets dumped in a trash dump.
So now that the dust has settled, can we agree that this was actually goat?
Is he force sensitive?
>plz stop posting wooga booga thing im really curious about it.
*unzips riot gear*
Why are good creative people weirdos?
its ironic that weirdos and nerdy outcasts usually become creative because they were bullied by their peers growing up so then they want to prove them wrong by doing something great and then everyone loves them.