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Old 07-14-2013, 01:42 PM
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This weekend watched The Lorax (crap), Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter (not bad), and re-watched Lock, Stock And Two Smoking Barrels, which is of course awesome.

Now watching the re-make of A Nightmare On Elm Street.
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Old 07-20-2013, 01:08 PM
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Re-watched A History of Violence last night. Still brilliant.

Watching the whole of the TV series Secret State tonight. Pretty good.

Also watched the first three Jack Taylor TV films starring Iain Glen recently. Good stuff.
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Old 07-21-2013, 02:51 PM
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Couldn't be bothered to concentrate on anything tonight, so re-watched Shaft and Slither.
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Old 07-21-2013, 07:52 PM
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"The Conjuring" sucked. Once the movie had finished I started blasting "The Conjuring" by Megadeth at max volume while leaving the movie theatre parking lot.
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"The Conjuring" sucked.
You're the first one I've heard that's said that.

What didn't you like about it?
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Old 07-21-2013, 09:51 PM
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You're the first one I've heard that's said that.

What didn't you like about it?
I guess I was being a little too harsh when I said that. Should haven chosen some better words. I just wasn't floored by the film like the rest of my friends, and i'm not too big on the whole "supernatural horror" flicks. Thankfully one of my friends paid for my ticket(although it was mainly because it was a late night showing and i had work the following day at six in the morning so I didn't really wanna even see the movie with them ahahah). The other two people that I saw it with loved the film to death, but it just wasn't my cup of tea. I was falling asleep by the time the Warrens attempt to do an exorcism on the "possessed" mom. Hey brotha, If you enjoyed it...MORE POWER TO YOU
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Old 07-22-2013, 12:34 PM
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My updates. Watched Saw 1-5 over the last few weeks, more Sailor Moon, and the first Pirates of the Caribbean.

Saw 1 - Good stuff, really liked the twists in it and all the litttle things that were easy to miss.
Saw 2 - Probably one of my favorites of the series, so much drama and twists and such. A bit too gory for me, and some of the traps were hard to watch, but the story itself is what kept me hooked.
Saw 3 - Wasn't bad, seemed a bit too much like an On Rails Shooter to me (go here, do this, go here, do that, etc etc), but the ending was such a "NO YOU IDIOT DONT DO IT"
Saw 4 - I got a real headache watching this and trying to figure out who was who and what the hell was going on. The twist at the end was great and made it make more sense, probably go back and watch it again now knowing how to watch it.
Saw 5 - Really good! Made up for Saw 4 being a cluster. Jigsaw in this one was great, but I still had that "WHO IS WHO" going on at times since the main good guy and main bad guy look very similar.

Pirates of the Caribbean was great, but a bit too long for me. I still enjoyed it, but felt myself spacing off near the end. I'll probably watch the second one tonight.

And Sailor Moon is great . I got to the second (?) season, where Moonlight Knight is in it, good stuff. If anyone watched this as a younger kid, you need to give it another chance. I almost gave up a few episodes in, but once things get rolling it gets more entertaining.
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Old 07-22-2013, 12:43 PM
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Re-watching The A-Team tonight.
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I guess I was being a little too harsh when I said that. Should haven chosen some better words. I just wasn't floored by the film like the rest of my friends, and i'm not too big on the whole "supernatural horror" flicks. Thankfully one of my friends paid for my ticket(although it was mainly because it was a late night showing and i had work the following day at six in the morning so I didn't really wanna even see the movie with them ahahah). The other two people that I saw it with loved the film to death, but it just wasn't my cup of tea. I was falling asleep by the time the Warrens attempt to do an exorcism on the "possessed" mom. Hey brotha, If you enjoyed it...MORE POWER TO YOU
Just wanted to get an opinion. I never go to the theater anymore so I'll get it when it comes out on Blu-Ray via Redbox or Netflix. I'm not huge on supernatural horror myself, but I'm interested in this one because of the local ties. I tend to somewhat enjoy most movies that are set in New England.
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Old 07-25-2013, 12:35 PM
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Finished "Pirates: Dead Man's Chest" last night... GREAT MOVIE. I enjoyed it so much more than the first one, which I always hear is THE Pirates movie. I had to watch it in two sittings though, but it didn't kill it for me... I think it may have actually made it more enjoyable.
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