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  • For all I know, Imprint is truer to his usual style than was "Box," but if so, that's a shame.

    "...help can't even help us."

  • As you may remember, when "Imprint" -- the only MOH episode produced outside Vancouver, British Columbia -- was screened for Showtime, they made the decision not to air it.

    "Do I Disturb You, Mister?"

  • As you may remember, when "Imprint" -- the only MOH episode produced outside Vancouver, British Columbia -- was screened for Showtime, they made the decision not to air it.

    Archive 2006-04-23

  • On Imprint, which is a Twilight podacast, they got an e-mail saying how making BD in 3d would be cool and they were discussing it; this was before the rumor.

    Twilight Lexicon » Rumor Control: Not 3-D

  • The episode is called Imprint, and it is not to be watched while eating!

    TVonDVD: Masters of Horror: IMPRINT, The Unit, Season 1, My Name Is Earl – Season One

  • Now that's some seriously bad handwriting, far worse than the letter that originally caused me to rename Imprint X Limorgk.

    Well, here I am again.

  • Looking over some old stuff I downloaded, I'm re-watching the first season of Masters of Horror, and it occurs to me that I'm missing episode 13, "Imprint" (directed by Takashi Mike).

    April 19th, 2007

  • The only episode filmed outside of Vancouver, Takashi Miike's "Imprint" apparently succeeded in its aims to unsettle and frighten only too well, becoming the series' unexpected sole foray into toxic cinema -- kind of a "Cigarette Burns" for real.

    What Do You Want On YOUR Tombstone?

  • There is a protracted torture scene in "Imprint" that is exceedingly difficult to watch, because we never once side emotionally with the pain being so exquisitely inflicted by the torturer, but remain resolutely identified with the victim.

    "Do I Disturb You, Mister?"

  • As such, "Imprint" would have been the perfect way to conclude MASTERS OF HORROR's first season, because it responds to the very idea of the show by throwing down a gauntlet no Western director is likely to approach -- not for another 50 years, anyway.

    "Do I Disturb You, Mister?"

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