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If you became a filmmaker, what kinds of movies would you make?

VGmaster9

Well-Known Member
Let's say you'd become a filmmaker that would direct (as well as write and produce) your own movies. What kinds of movies would you make? Would you specialize in a certain genre or so (like Michael Bay making big budget action flicks), or would you vary your style with all different kinds of film genres (like Steven Spielberg)?

The kinds of movies I'd probably make would be science fiction, horror, and fantasy movies, but try to delve into other genres as well, like drama and thriller.
 

Hjoldir-Hildwulf

One day, yes one day! Mwhahaa!
So, so much porn :D

In all seriousness though, probably action adventure delving into fantasy, so a touch of Del Toro and Jackson.
 

Conker

Destroyer of Nazi Teddy Bears
I'd want to do psychological horror/thriller, but I'm not sure I'd have the talent for them.
 

Ayattar

Banned
Banned
Oldschool, low-budget western, with a lot of tension building (like A Fistful Of Dollars or For Few Dollars More) and almost no action, for sure highly inspired with Seven Samurai. Most preferably in black & white, maybe with colour accents (like Sin City). And without happy ending, with pointless, meaningless death of the main hero in the very end of the film or with a lovely cliffhanger, that would make all the people hate me.

Yeah... Yes... I'd be in heaven.
 
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Taralack

Hit 'em right between the eyes
I'd want to adapt books that haven't had a visual representation yet into film. Namely the Malazan series, Best Served Cold, and Otherland.
 

Distorted

Active Member
I'd produce dramas and tragedies, the kind that makes you cry and question things you've taken for granted.
 

Hewge

Banana Party
Banned
ADULT, MYSTERY

"Detective; who could have committed this murder? No legal gun could possibly make holes this large!"

"That's right, baby. The gun shouldn't be legal, and we definitely ain't gonna need a magnifying glass."
*engage random music*

-ENDING SPOILER-
The case ends up being prematurely closed, then the detective and his assistant "visit" the police squad wanting to know why. It fades to black and text appears saying ""Want more? Go order your copy of Deep Investigations - Part 2 right now!".
 

Benji

HOMO CRUSADER o.O
good-enough-to-spawn-a-cult-following indie dramas

Seriously. My business plan is already in its formative stages.
 

Torrijos-sama

The Artist Formerly Known as Jesusfish
Surrealist films, ranging from Psychological thrillers to Z-Movie-Level slashers, Acid Western films, and Comedy films.

Think Ed Wood meets Alejandro Jodorowsky, Terry Gilliam, and David Lynch.

Oh, and American Lucha Libre films.
 

malk

ravioli?
I'm currently studying to become a director. I'd eventually like to make philosophical dramas (think Being John Malkovich, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, or Her).

Right now I make experimental films. Actually, one of my projects just got accepted into a film festival! WOOOO!
 

Torrijos-sama

The Artist Formerly Known as Jesusfish
I'm currently studying to become a director. I'd eventually like to make philosophical dramas (think Being John Malkovich, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, or Her).

Right now I make experimental films. Actually, one of my projects just got accepted into a film festival! WOOOO!

Art films, or experimental films as in you just experiment with film technique?
 

sniperfreak223

More Metal Than You !!!
for me, probably super gory but historically accurate war films and super gory and not so historically accurate horror films.
 

malk

ravioli?
Art films, or experimental films as in you just experiment with film technique?
They're experimental art films, but I also really enjoy finding novel ways of manipulating the camera and messing with technique. This can be unconventional narratives, but a lot of times I just MacGyver things together to get interesting shots.
 

Zan'theros

Fiery Wanderer
I'd probably make those little animated shorts before the main event. You know, something short, sweet, and meaningful. They'd likely be based on some of my short stories.

Wait... no, that's a bad basis. If I were to do that, they would need to be sold in adult shops as a box set of raunchy animations.
Which would still be sorta cool. Just not nearly as mainstream.
 

sniperfreak223

More Metal Than You !!!
I have a 32-gig SDHC in my camera, and my friends insist that that must mean I make porn, so, maybe just some super-brutal metal themed porn as well (such an untapped market!!! I'D MAKE BILLIONS!!!).
 

RedLeFrench

Writer extraordinaire
I intend one day to make an animated adventure movie based on the story I'm currently writing. If I can do it, it would be oh so sweet. I also want to make a faux-documentary in the world of film making and a 50's style monster movie, all based around the universe I'm creating ^^
 

Gnarl

The Arcane Sage
For me it would be Sci-Fi and Fantasy and lots of Anthro type characters. Plenty of frisky and some less than clothed shots but no porn.
 

Kitsune Cross

**** that **** now! Bitch
ADULT, MYSTERY

"Detective; who could have committed this murder? No legal gun could possibly make holes this large!"

"That's right, baby. The gun shouldn't be legal, and we definitely ain't gonna need a magnifying glass."
*engage random music*

-ENDING SPOILER-
The case ends up being prematurely closed, then the detective and his assistant "visit" the police squad wanting to know why. It fades to black and text appears saying ""Want more? Go order your copy of Deep Investigations - Part 2 right now!".

Just going to leave this here
 

funky3000

Galactic Overlord
If they'd be animated then that would be quite neat.

I'm actually working on a furry novel right now. It has a little bit of romance in it but not over the top. I might publish it privately or online, if it gets good reviews I might publish it publicly for more printing. If it becomes popular and still gets good reviews I might support a company like Disney Pixar or Dreamworks to make an animated film of it.
 
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