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Darkseed
10-04-2015, 05:51 AM
Sin City A Dame to Kill For: train wreck / 10.....

K07
10-04-2015, 06:44 AM
Lord of The Rings: The Fellowship Of The Ring - 8/10

Lord Of The Rings: The Two Towers - 7/10

Lord Of The Rings: The Return Of The King - 6/10

I don't agree with your numbers but I agree that they progressively get less enjoyable as the series progresses. Ranking RotK highest was a trend I noticed until finding this community. My opinion of FotR being best seems to be the prevailing opinion around these parts.

Centurion
10-04-2015, 06:50 AM
I don't agree with your numbers but I agree that they progressively get less enjoyable as the series progresses. Ranking RotK highest was a trend I noticed until finding this community. My opinion of FotR being best seems to be the prevailing opinion around these parts.
No doubt. The first is the best then it goes down from there. That's how I feel about the movies. On the other hand, the books I rank as equal. Not one better than the other. All three are outstanding.

GasparZizou
10-04-2015, 10:32 AM
Kung Fu Hustle 6/10

highlander1
10-04-2015, 09:59 PM
Sicario wish could rate propper but didnt understand spanish parts no subtitles but still understood it good action n messed up start. It felt like Del toro's version of sabotage movie that Arnold kicked ass in. I give it a 7.

The way way back movie Steve Carell it was weird seeing Steve as a A-hole but still not bad family vacay at lake house comedy / drama give a 5.

Trash Panda
10-05-2015, 01:30 AM
Mercy - 7/10

Patriot666
10-05-2015, 07:15 AM
The Wolfman (2009) - 7/10

Bo Shrek
10-05-2015, 07:31 AM
The Wolfman (2009) - 7/10

Could have been good but ****ing CGI!!!

Patriot666
10-05-2015, 07:36 AM
Could have been good but ****ing CGI!!!

I know! :gah: There was a lot of practical stuff too though. I love the look of the Wolfman and the screen time he got, that David Schofield from AWIL was in it, and the gore.

Gates70
10-05-2015, 09:18 AM
Avengers: Age of Ultron 6/10 A mess of a movie.

highlander1
10-05-2015, 09:27 PM
THE MARTIAN. This one make's up for that GRAVITY TRAINWRECK movie a very , very fun ride all the way to the end give it a 10 . A lot of heart and crazyness into a fubared space situation.

Centurion
10-05-2015, 10:46 PM
Horror of Dracula. 7.5/10.

Centurion
10-05-2015, 11:41 PM
The Curse of Frankenstein. 8/10.

Snake Plissken
10-06-2015, 03:50 AM
Predator - 9/10

CallMeTheDoctor
10-06-2015, 07:53 AM
Saw a few movies from the last few days:

From Russia With Love - 93/100

Second favorite Connery film after Dr. No. So I continue with the Bond October marathon...

Connery was great in this one, but to me this film has a lot of moments that just really don't do it for me; so I'll just list it so. The very first scene bothers me a lot. It really has no purpose. Using a Bond dummy to have Grant kill him. Also I mean they are part of your recruits, why kill him? Also it would have shown Grant's skills much better if he had been on some mission and completed it with utter brutality. The gypsy camp is a fun scene, but once more I saw no purpose in it. Especially since I don't see why they didn't just kill off Kirilincu after the attempted bomb. Got a few others, but those are my biggest.

Tatiana Romanova is up there on my favorite Bond girls (Vesper, Honey, and Tatiana are in my top 3). I like her playful style as a Bond girl, but she can be irritating like during the train portion of the film. She's especially annoying after Kerim Bey's downfall. But it is subjective, as one could say Connery was a complete pus.

Donald Grant was a very solid henchman. Some parts just seem like they try and build him up like when he took out Yugo agent, or when he is trailing Bond; and even during the killing of the Russian spy trying to steal Russian prints. The fight in the train was pretty great though, up there for sure.

Kerim Bey is one person I always get a kick from. Very funny and suave man; compliments well to Bond.

Overall plan of SPECTRE and Bond was not bad, but I feel they made Kronsteen some superior being; and he just gets swept away like nothing. Klebb is an annoying *******. Never liked the character, even though I know she isn't meant to be liked.

Connery did a solid job here, still think Dr. No was much better.


Goldfinger - 90/100

First off, DB5. I think that is one thing that I enjoyed the **** out of this film for. That car is just too ****ing gorgeous.

Now with the bad: I absolutely hate some of the cheesy fight sequence, and incredibly unrealistic parts (I know Bond films shouldn't be taken for realism, but these parts just pushed it). Such an example; when Ramirez goes after Bond when he's macking with the belly dancer chick. How in ****'s **** are you going to see a man coming at you from the reflection of a women's cornea. Why this bothers me isn't just about the reflection, but it contradicts these "super human" abilities like at the hotel with Jill Masterson. Oddjob is a big man, and from what I see as an America, heavy people don't breathe quietly. How do you not see him in the reflection of the Dom Perignon '53? I suppose this is a similar rant to what Horror film fans do, "How the **** do you not shoot the gun? Why use a ****ing bending straw!?".

Second thing that really pushes me is the women; first I think Jill Masterson is a well deserved Bond girl. Very gorgeous and sexy, but her sister is a complete ****. I find the acting is terrible, such as Bond sneaking up on Tilly when she's sniping Goldfinger's factory. What really pushes my **** was how useless she was made to be in its entirety. She was killed in like half a second. What good was she to the film? Should have just made Tilly and Jill paid women to Goldfinger and have em killed in the same style. Also the skin suffocation was terribly done as Jill had no speck of paint on her hair (again, I know it isn't meant for realism). Lastly, how P. Galore switched sides with almost no persuasion. However, ***** is a great character. Talented and sexy, Honor Blackman was just a beauty. So I let it slide with her and Jill.


Now the good, love how we see the first banter between Llewelyn's "Q" and Bond. Always fun to see these parts done. What bums me on the note of allies to Bond was also the switch from Jack Lord's to Cec Linder's Felix Leiter [to Rik Van Nutter's in "Thunderball"]. I think Lord did a great job and has that Leiter charisma, Linder's isn't bad but he seems out of his time IMO. However, all have their pros and cons.

The fight between Oddjob and Bond is up there, but as henchmen go as of this moment, Grant tops Oddjob. The fight at Ft. Knox seems too much like a frisbee match, and quite honestly I think it's ridiculous how these men are impervious to pain such as Grant get jabbed with brass knuckles, or Oddjob having gold bounce off his ****ing chest.

Music is good in this, and in FRWL, and is quite expected. Opening sequences are also great for both films.

Next to hit up Thunderball.


An American Werewolf in London - 84/100

First time viewing this film, and I gotta say it kicks some serious ass. Never seen a lot of werewolf films, though I did see Wolfman (2009) last year; I think this film was just great.

I had never understood where they got horror "comedy", but I can gather how this is such a cheesy and fun film.


Not much I can go against it, the werewolf make up is amazing, music is ****ing amazing (maybe I'm just bias as "Bad Moon Rising" is a personal favorite song of mine). Acting is all about, and despite some heavy gore (which doesn't bother me personally), I like how they mixed the humor in as such as the pornography theatre and people suggesting methods of suicide.


A favorite scene is when David is ranting and trying to get arrested, and everyone was letting it go.

Just an overall great film, and I'll probably be trying to hunt down a blu ray copy. Nice break from 3 Bond films in a row. :lol

Pineapple
10-06-2015, 12:26 PM
The Green Inferno - 4/10

Don't you hate it when a movie only relies on shock horror to keep you interested?

rushmore223
10-06-2015, 06:38 PM
Saw a few movies from the last few days:

From Russia With Love - 93/100

Second favorite Connery film after Dr. No. So I continue with the Bond October marathon...

Connery was great in this one, but to me this film has a lot of moments that just really don't do it for me; so I'll just list it so. The very first scene bothers me a lot. It really has no purpose. Using a Bond dummy to have Grant kill him. Also I mean they are part of your recruits, why kill him? Also it would have shown Grant's skills much better if he had been on some mission and completed it with utter brutality. The gypsy camp is a fun scene, but once more I saw no purpose in it. Especially since I don't see why they didn't just kill off Kirilincu after the attempted bomb. Got a few others, but those are my biggest.

Tatiana Romanova is up there on my favorite Bond girls (Vesper, Honey, and Tatiana are in my top 3). I like her playful style as a Bond girl, but she can be irritating like during the train portion of the film. She's especially annoying after Kerim Bey's downfall. But it is subjective, as one could say Connery was a complete pus.

Donald Grant was a very solid henchman. Some parts just seem like they try and build him up like when he took out Yugo agent, or when he is trailing Bond; and even during the killing of the Russian spy trying to steal Russian prints. The fight in the train was pretty great though, up there for sure.

Kerim Bey is one person I always get a kick from. Very funny and suave man; compliments well to Bond.

Overall plan of SPECTRE and Bond was not bad, but I feel they made Kronsteen some superior being; and he just gets swept away like nothing. Klebb is an annoying *******. Never liked the character, even though I know she isn't meant to be liked.

Connery did a solid job here, still think Dr. No was much better.


Goldfinger - 90/100

First off, DB5. I think that is one thing that I enjoyed the **** out of this film for. That car is just too ****ing gorgeous.

Now with the bad: I absolutely hate some of the cheesy fight sequence, and incredibly unrealistic parts (I know Bond films shouldn't be taken for realism, but these parts just pushed it). Such an example; when Ramirez goes after Bond when he's macking with the belly dancer chick. How in ****'s **** are you going to see a man coming at you from the reflection of a women's cornea. Why this bothers me isn't just about the reflection, but it contradicts these "super human" abilities like at the hotel with Jill Masterson. Oddjob is a big man, and from what I see as an America, heavy people don't breathe quietly. How do you not see him in the reflection of the Dom Perignon '53? I suppose this is a similar rant to what Horror film fans do, "How the **** do you not shoot the gun? Why use a ****ing bending straw!?".

Second thing that really pushes me is the women; first I think Jill Masterson is a well deserved Bond girl. Very gorgeous and sexy, but her sister is a complete ****. I find the acting is terrible, such as Bond sneaking up on Tilly when she's sniping Goldfinger's factory. What really pushes my **** was how useless she was made to be in its entirety. She was killed in like half a second. What good was she to the film? Should have just made Tilly and Jill paid women to Goldfinger and have em killed in the same style. Also the skin suffocation was terribly done as Jill had no speck of paint on her hair (again, I know it isn't meant for realism). Lastly, how P. Galore switched sides with almost no persuasion. However, ***** is a great character. Talented and sexy, Honor Blackman was just a beauty. So I let it slide with her and Jill.


Now the good, love how we see the first banter between Llewelyn's "Q" and Bond. Always fun to see these parts done. What bums me on the note of allies to Bond was also the switch from Jack Lord's to Cec Linder's Felix Leiter [to Rik Van Nutter's in "Thunderball"]. I think Lord did a great job and has that Leiter charisma, Linder's isn't bad but he seems out of his time IMO. However, all have their pros and cons.

The fight between Oddjob and Bond is up there, but as henchmen go as of this moment, Grant tops Oddjob. The fight at Ft. Knox seems too much like a frisbee match, and quite honestly I think it's ridiculous how these men are impervious to pain such as Grant get jabbed with brass knuckles, or Oddjob having gold bounce off his ****ing chest.

Music is good in this, and in FRWL, and is quite expected. Opening sequences are also great for both films.

Next to hit up Thunderball.


An American Werewolf in London - 84/100

First time viewing this film, and I gotta say it kicks some serious ass. Never seen a lot of werewolf films, though I did see Wolfman (2009) last year; I think this film was just great.

I had never understood where they got horror "comedy", but I can gather how this is such a cheesy and fun film.


Not much I can go against it, the werewolf make up is amazing, music is ****ing amazing (maybe I'm just bias as "Bad Moon Rising" is a personal favorite song of mine). Acting is all about, and despite some heavy gore (which doesn't bother me personally), I like how they mixed the humor in as such as the pornography theatre and people suggesting methods of suicide.


A favorite scene is when David is ranting and trying to get arrested, and everyone was letting it go.

Just an overall great film, and I'll probably be trying to hunt down a blu ray copy. Nice break from 3 Bond films in a row. :lol


I bought the Blu steel book of American Werewolf at Best Buy for $10.

CallMeTheDoctor
10-06-2015, 07:26 PM
I bought the Blu steel book of American Werewolf at Best Buy for $10.

Yeah I'm pissed I had passed on it. Might check evil bay. It's a solid steel from what I remember.

Trash Panda
10-06-2015, 07:28 PM
The Undying - ass crack/10

K07
10-06-2015, 07:38 PM
Burying the Ex - 0/10

There was nothing remotely enjoyable about this movie. It wasn't funny or clever and was overall a waste of time. Haven't rated a movie so poorly since Cameron's "Avatar."

Gates70
10-06-2015, 08:13 PM
The Wedding Ringer - 7.5/10
Evil Dead (1981) - 8.5/10
I saw the Devil - 9/10

snoop101
10-06-2015, 08:41 PM
Fury road 6/10

cmiller99
10-06-2015, 10:32 PM
The Undying - ass crack/10

:lol :lol :lol

Snake Plissken
10-07-2015, 04:07 AM
Casino - 9.5/10

Trash Panda
10-07-2015, 07:55 AM
Omen II - 7/10

Centurion
10-07-2015, 08:06 AM
Predator - 9/10
Yes sir! This one will forever be a classic in my house. :hi5:

Centurion
10-07-2015, 08:08 AM
Burying the Ex - 0/10

There was nothing remotely enjoyable about this movie. It wasn't funny or clever and was overall a waste of time. Haven't rated a movie so poorly since Cameron's "Avatar."

Glad I'm not alone. Avatar didn't impress me. The first time I saw it (as the movie was still playing) it occurred to me how close the plot was to Dances With Wolves... but the science fiction version in space! LOL!

Snake Plissken
10-07-2015, 08:22 AM
Yes sir! This one will forever be a classic in my house. :hi5:

It never gets old, ever. It's amazing how even without the Predator, the film holds it's own with Dutch and his crew. Such brilliant story telling and build up to the climax.

VintijDroidGutzz
10-07-2015, 09:09 AM
Star Trek: Into Darkness -- 5 / 10.

I didn't mind the first one, & I bought it. It was a novel undertaking, & fleetingly entertaining.

The sequel? It just reaffirms to me how pointless the whole JarJar Abrams offering was / is. I felt nothing for any of those characters, & while I'm no hard core 'Trekkie' by any means, I still have a deep fondness for the TOS, TNG, & the first three Shat/Nim films, & I just can't help but think.. why bother with all of this fluff. Are the long time fans clammering for this? Is there enough ground swell for a new generation to latch onto a reboot series?

I'd say a solid NO to all of the above. :lol

RIDDICK
10-07-2015, 09:24 AM
... why bother with all of this fluff.
Are the long time fans clammering for this?
Is there enough ground swell for a new generation to latch onto a reboot series?
Modern Hollywood in a nutshell - they're afraid to launch something fresh and interesting.
Also, why would they bother if people gonna eat pretty much anything these days.

Trash Panda
10-07-2015, 09:26 AM
The Monkey's Paw - 4/10

Snake Plissken
10-07-2015, 09:55 AM
The Monkey's Paw - 4/10


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RKnaRziQRms

Plastic Bateman
10-07-2015, 10:41 AM
Star Trek: Into Darkness -- 5 / 10.

I didn't mind the first one, & I bought it. It was a novel undertaking, & fleetingly entertaining.

The sequel? It just reaffirms to me how pointless the whole JarJar Abrams offering was / is. I felt nothing for any of those characters, & while I'm no hard core 'Trekkie' by any means, I still have a deep fondness for the TOS, TNG, & the first three Shat/Nim films, & I just can't help but think.. why bother with all of this fluff. Are the long time fans clammering for this? Is there enough ground swell for a new generation to latch onto a reboot series?

I'd say a solid NO to all of the above. :lol

- Said they wouldn't start work on a sequel without a strong screenplay

The screenplay was execrable.

- Swore blind they wouldn't just lazily rehash Wrath of Khan

They just lazily rehashed Wrath of Khan.

Weak screenwriting seems to be the biggest killer of films in Hollywood at the moment, and Kurtzman/Orci are two of the worst offenders. No idea how they keep getting work. Their script for Into Darkness was filled with plotholes you could drive a truck through, terrible recycling of dialogue from an older, better film and a collection of hateful two-dimensional arseholes in the place of actual characters.

Which is a real shame, because visually and aurally, at least, Into Darkness is absolutely stunning.

Trash Panda
10-07-2015, 10:47 AM
American Psycho 2 - 00/10

Uncanny Web-Slinger
10-07-2015, 10:47 AM
Harry Potter and the Philosophers Stone - 7/10

Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets - 8/10

VintijDroidGutzz
10-07-2015, 11:28 AM
Modern Hollywood in a nutshell - they're afraid to launch something fresh and interesting.
Also, why would they bother if people gonna eat pretty much anything these days.
:lol yep.



- Said they wouldn't start work on a sequel without a strong screenplay

The screenplay was execrable.

- Swore blind they wouldn't just lazily rehash Wrath of Khan

They just lazily rehashed Wrath of Khan.

Weak screenwriting seems to be the biggest killer of films in Hollywood at the moment, and Kurtzman/Orci are two of the worst offenders. No idea how they keep getting work. Their script for Into Darkness was filled with plotholes you could drive a truck through, terrible recycling of dialogue from an older, better film and a collection of hateful two-dimensional arseholes in the place of actual characters.

Which is a real shame, because visually and aurally, at least, Into Darkness is absolutely stunning.
Yeah, it's a great looking / sounding film, but that's it.

Nether movie needed to be made for starters, but reboots in general are like chronic acne now. Just when you think some much needed panning calms the hype for anymore of them.. another one pops up.

Have they confirmed a 3rd one yet? :lol

highlander1
10-07-2015, 12:05 PM
The gallows pretty predictble until the end thought would be worse good ending but is very easy 2 see whats next. give a 3.

Centurion
10-07-2015, 06:46 PM
Poltergeist ('15 remake). 6/10.

Not a big fan of remakes, especially the ones that are classics and should not be "re-made" in the first place.
This was entertaining but not interesting enough.

RIDDICK
10-07-2015, 08:18 PM
Have they confirmed a 3rd one yet? :lol
Star Trek Beyond - wikipedia (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Star_Trek_Beyond)
Star Trek Beyond - sideshowcollectors / movie discussion (http://www.sideshowcollectors.com/forums/movies-and-tv-show-discussion/131183-star-trek-beyond.html?highlight=Star+Trek)

a-dev
10-07-2015, 09:30 PM
What's the story with Z for Zachariah? Did Chris Pine's character really leave or did Chiwetel Ejiofor's character kill him? Reading a synopsis of the book perhaps suggests the latter. Seems in the book his character was more overtly bad whereas in the movie, one scene excepted, he seemed entirely benevolent and civilised.

Plastic Bateman
10-07-2015, 09:35 PM
Star Trek Beyond - wikipedia (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Star_Trek_Beyond)
Star Trek Beyond - sideshowcollectors / movie discussion (http://www.sideshowcollectors.com/forums/movies-and-tv-show-discussion/131183-star-trek-beyond.html?highlight=Star+Trek)

Kurtzman and Orci out, Pegg in as writer. I guess this actually stands a chance of being good, then.

You know, assuming they handed it off to a good writing team and had some competent directors lined up, I wouldn't mind seeing a glossy, big-budget movie reboot of The Next Generation...

a-dev
10-07-2015, 09:40 PM
I lost respect for Pegg when he said that people criticising the new Star Trek films should ''**** off'' or something to that effect. As if his own criticisms of the Star Wars prequels weren't well known. One rule for Star Wars fans and a different one for Trek fans I guess.

And if he genuinely thinks the Abrams Trek movies are above criticism then I feel no particular optimism that him being a writer on Star Trek 3 will mean any better a film.

Plastic Bateman
10-07-2015, 10:18 PM
I lost respect for Pegg when he said that people criticising the new Star Trek films should ''**** off'' or something to that effect. As if his own criticisms of the Star Wars prequels weren't well known. One rule for Star Wars fans and a different one for Trek fans I guess.

And if he genuinely thinks the Abrams Trek movies are above criticism then I feel no particular optimism that him being a writer on Star Trek 3 will mean any better a film.

I think Pegg's pretty burnt out and jaded by 'geek culture' honestly. Guy has seen everything he loves go from niche hobby for social outcasts to hipster fashion statement/corporate money-printing machine in the space of a decade.

VintijDroidGutzz
10-07-2015, 10:37 PM
I didn't like him as Scottie anyway. :huh :lol



Star Trek Beyond - wikipedia (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Star_Trek_Beyond)
Star Trek Beyond - sideshowcollectors / movie discussion (http://www.sideshowcollectors.com/forums/movies-and-tv-show-discussion/131183-star-trek-beyond.html?highlight=Star+Trek)
Cool thanks, I'll steer clear of the thread. :lol

cmiller99
10-08-2015, 01:20 AM
I think Pegg's pretty burnt out and jaded by 'geek culture' honestly. Guy has seen everything he loves go from niche hobby for social outcasts to hipster fashion statement/corporate money-printing machine in the space of a decade.

Yeah, that would be my guess. There are all these fake geeks around the place who buy pre faded geek t shirts in an attempt to be in fashion or something.

Plastic Bateman
10-08-2015, 02:07 AM
Yeah, that would be my guess. There are all these fake geeks around the place who buy pre faded geek t shirts in an attempt to be in fashion or something.

He just can't capture that highly sought-after 12% 18-24 female demographic - you know, the kind of consumer base that wouldn't normally see a Star Trek product... I mean movie.

EVILFACE
10-08-2015, 03:01 AM
And if he genuinely thinks the Abrams Trek movies are above criticism then I feel no particular optimism that him being a writer on Star Trek 3 will mean any better a film.

The new ST flicks are completely forgettable. I only recall Kirk driving a Corvette off a cliff and Old Spock chatting it up with New Spock.

rushmore223
10-08-2015, 07:28 AM
What's the story with Z for Zachariah? Did Chris Pine's character really leave or did Chiwetel Ejiofor's character kill him? Reading a synopsis of the book perhaps suggests the latter. Seems in the book his character was more overtly bad whereas in the movie, one scene excepted, he seemed entirely benevolent and civilised.

I would say that the Dr. Succumbed to jealousy and murdered Pine, or at least didn't prevent his death.

I read the book when I was 11 years old, and I have to say they did a pretty good job bringing it to the screen. The ending was quite different, but then the books ending didn't make the most sense.

As I recall, the girl left the valley with the Dr's safe suit.

But it has been 30+ years since I read it.

Edit - refreshed my memory with the wiki, there never was a third person, something I thought seemed kind of off but I just assumed it was my bad memory. So, guess the movie is not too accurate.

occulum
10-08-2015, 07:37 AM
I lost respect for Pegg when he said that people criticising the new Star Trek films should ''**** off'' or something to that effect.

I somewhat understand when people within the pop-culture industry occasionally lose their ****. I can't imagine what they go through with the online criticism about pretty much anything and everything these days. People LOVE to pick stuff apart and endlessly rant about it now. Like a never-ending broken record they go on and on and on and on .......

Its pretty much a given if any of the classics came out today (Jaws, Star Wars, Star Trek (originals), BTTF, Indiana Jones, Aliens, etc.) they would be picked apart and trashed just like everything else. :monkey1

Centurion
10-08-2015, 08:26 AM
Poltergeist ('82). 8/10.

Centurion
10-08-2015, 10:45 AM
The Uninvited. 6.5/10.

I remember enjoying this horror/suspense movie more the first time I saw it. It doesn't seem to be holding up very well.

Snake Plissken
10-08-2015, 10:48 AM
The Uninvited. 6.5/10.

I remember enjoying this horror/suspense movie more the first time I saw it. It doesn't seem to be holding up very well.

You should watch the original, "A Tale of Two Sisters." It's 10x better.

Centurion
10-08-2015, 10:22 PM
The Sylvian Experiment. 3/10.
The Ring. 8/10.

Plastic Bateman
10-08-2015, 10:42 PM
Its pretty much a given if any of the classics came out today (Jaws, Star Wars, Star Trek (originals), BTTF, Indiana Jones, Aliens, etc.) they would be picked apart and trashed just like everything else. :monkey1

I don't necessarily agree with that. For one, I've tried to pick those films apart and in many cases can't - generally in those older films, the writing's too good.

Secondly, I've shown 'old' films like Alien to younger people raised at the teat of the Fast And Furious franchise, and it's blown their minds. I had to write a recommendations list for one guy after showing him Alien in HD.

highlander1
10-08-2015, 11:04 PM
The Exorcism of Molly Hartley pretty good creepy vibe all the way thru give it a 7.

cmiller99
10-09-2015, 03:42 AM
I somewhat understand when people within the pop-culture industry occasionally lose their ****. I can't imagine what they go through with the online criticism about pretty much anything and everything these days. People LOVE to pick stuff apart and endlessly rant about it now. Like a never-ending broken record they go on and on and on and on .......

Its pretty much a given if any of the classics came out today (Jaws, Star Wars, Star Trek (originals), BTTF, Indiana Jones, Aliens, etc.) they would be picked apart and trashed just like everything else. :monkey1

I agree with Plastic Bateman on this one... older classic movies like these seem to still be holding up with the younger generations.

Reinhardt
10-09-2015, 06:54 AM
I agree with Plastic Bateman on this one... older classic movies like these seem to still be holding up with the younger generations.

To speak to this, I have put on a few episodes of the original Transformers show for my kids and the other day one of them said "Daddy, I like this more than the new movies." Tears of joy!

Xenoburger_
10-09-2015, 07:25 AM
Opposite of what I've experienced. Most people I have met either haven't seen a movie made before 1990 or think it's "boring".

Snake Plissken
10-09-2015, 07:30 AM
Opposite of what I've experienced. Most people I have met either haven't seen a movie made before 1990 or think it's "boring".

I think it really depends on the time you're born into, and you might see old movies on TV as a kid. I'm sure a lot of knuckleheads now think Jaws sucks :yuck

occulum
10-09-2015, 09:08 AM
I agree with Plastic Bateman on this one... older classic movies like these seem to still be holding up with the younger generations.

They benefit from a positive legacy that sets up a predetermined opinion to an extent also. Their parents show them the movie as "One of my favorites when I was your age". Back when those classics came out, the majority of people went to the movies and just enjoyed the ride. If they didn't like it, it was no big deal they moved on. They didn't go to the top of the mountain and complain non-stop about it. Today so many enjoy picking anything apart and finding everything thats wrong or "should've been done like this". They'll tell you otherwise, but those types are obvious.

Don't get wrong, they make a lot of ****** movies today. But the number of wambulance viewers today is insane.
If those classics came out today without their legacy, so many people would label them as horrible :lol

spindrift
10-09-2015, 09:12 AM
The Martian 7/10

highlander1
10-09-2015, 12:55 PM
The Martian 7/10

Enjoyed the Martian a lot all the way to the end good story.

Inherent Vice Joaquin Phoenix a bunch of cameo's of actors decent smoke filled 70's story this was pretty funny and well done. It's better then American Hustle film that dragged on. A little out there but its the 70's cali theme of hippie style give a 6.

cmiller99
10-10-2015, 04:29 PM
To speak to this, I have put on a few episodes of the original Transformers show for my kids and the other day one of them said "Daddy, I like this more than the new movies." Tears of joy!

:yess: :hi5:


Opposite of what I've experienced. Most people I have met either haven't seen a movie made before 1990 or think it's "boring".

Depends on who you ask, I guess.

Reinhardt
10-10-2015, 09:30 PM
The Martian: 9/10
The Walk: 7.5/10

GasparZizou
10-10-2015, 10:02 PM
EP IV - 8/10
EP V - 9/10
Ep VI - 8/10

highlander1
10-10-2015, 11:13 PM
KNOCK KNOCK......Keanu Reeves. I was waiting for this one and still completely floored on this movie. I watch a ton of horror and this one is forever scarred me. I cant even rate it a 10 its soooooo beyond that a complete masterpiece of madness. If like Keanu and highly recommend dont watch the previews just go see it unseen n thank later not knowing what's next.It's Just scarring good.:horror

69slimer
10-11-2015, 06:05 AM
Downfall 9/10

a-dev
10-11-2015, 08:11 AM
EP IV - 8/10
EP V - 9/10
Ep VI - 8/10

What could he be referring to? *strokes chin*

Centurion
10-11-2015, 10:34 AM
KNOCK KNOCK......Keanu Reeves. I was waiting for this one and still completely floored on this movie. I watch a ton of horror and this one is forever scarred me. I cant even rate it a 10 its soooooo beyond that a complete masterpiece of madness. If like Keanu and highly recommend dont watch the previews just go see it unseen n thank later not knowing what's next.It's Just scarring good.:horror

Very cool. Thanks for the feedback. I'm not a Keanu fan, but a big horror movie fan. Come to think of it, I don't like Keanu's acting. It might be distracting actually. :lol

highlander1
10-11-2015, 11:04 AM
Well the story work's and even if u like Keanu or not it's a scarring film. I recommend going in blind not watching previews i loved and movie stick's with you after hence scarring.

VintijDroidGutzz
10-11-2015, 11:13 AM
What could he be referring to? *strokes chin*
The MOS sledge war.

Centurion
10-11-2015, 11:57 AM
Well the story work's and even if u like Keanu or not it's a scarring film. I recommend going in blind not watching previews i loved and movie stick's with you after hence scarring.Yup, that's how I like approaching movies too. The less I know, the more I usually enjoy or hate it.

Xenoburger_
10-11-2015, 08:31 PM
What could he be referring to? *strokes chin**strokes a-dev's chin*

RIDDICK
10-11-2015, 10:32 PM
*strokes a-dev's second chin*

I really don't know...

Trash Panda
10-12-2015, 07:18 AM
We Are Still Here - 8.5/10

mikedanger
10-12-2015, 08:49 AM
I didn't realize there was so much Star Trek hate. I was never a Trek fan as a kid so these movies are my first exposure to the Star Trek universe and I enjoyed them and look forward to the 3rd one.

a-dev
10-12-2015, 09:47 AM
*strokes a-dev's chin*


*strokes a-dev's second chin*

I really don't know...

http://i594.photobucket.com/albums/tt28/a-dev/Funnies/indy_zps49a5431c.gif (http://s594.photobucket.com/user/a-dev/media/Funnies/indy_zps49a5431c.gif.html)

Patriot666
10-12-2015, 10:24 AM
Sleepy Hallow 8/10

Trash Panda
10-12-2015, 11:26 AM
Interstellar - 6/10

CallMeTheDoctor
10-12-2015, 12:52 PM
I didn't realize there was so much Star Trek hate. I was never a Trek fan as a kid so these movies are my first exposure to the Star Trek universe and I enjoyed them and look forward to the 3rd one.

I'm the same way. I kind of new some of the mytho but the films are what really got me into Star Trek. Cant say it's uncommon as this happened with Doctor Who and I'm willing to bet it's what will get Nu Star Wars fan.




Just saw the Martian. A ****ing 100/100 across the board!! Scott made an amazing film. Good to see it happen after Exodus....

Jmona
10-12-2015, 06:08 PM
The Martian here too. Absolutely FANFRIGGINTASTIC! Not being biased because I love Ridley since he directed my favorite film of all time but because man they stuck to the book as much as he could. I'm surprised they didn't have a better box office gross. Definitely a must watch even if they left the part I was anticipating most for in the movie which was the part where Watney said after he was retrieved in to the Ares ship and breaking his ribs, "It's true you know, In space no one can hear you scream like a little girl" which was kind of homage to ALIEN so I'm hoping it's added in the extended version or the directors cut.

Plastic Bateman
10-12-2015, 07:33 PM
I didn't realize there was so much Star Trek hate. I was never a Trek fan as a kid so these movies are my first exposure to the Star Trek universe and I enjoyed them and look forward to the 3rd one.

They can't hold a candle to Wrath of Khan. I know that gets said often but it doesn't make it any less true.

That's why Into Darkness is such an object of hate for me, the wholesale theft of scenes and dialogue from WoK, executed in a far more hamfisted and amateurish manner.

GasparZizou
10-12-2015, 08:02 PM
The Phantom Menace - 7/10 The only PT one I like.

Sure, acting can get cringeworthy at times and plot holes, but even the OT suffers from that.

I don't hate JarJar tbh, I don't mind him, even liked him a tiny bit, but mostly indifferent to him, I was also ok with kid Anakin.

Now this is podracing was exciting actually, I forgot how resourceful Anakin looks while doing mid-race repairs.

All that's the weak stuff though. Qui Gon, Obi Wan, Maul, Visuals, Soundtrack, Battle scenes and all that good stuff makes up for it all. Must be Nostalgia since it was the 1st SW movie I saw in the theaters and I was very young but I never found myself disliking it.

I don't care for other other 2 and I don't feel like watching them any time soon. Maybe just to see Dooku.

highlander1
10-12-2015, 08:03 PM
star trek vs star wars fanboys:lol

https://youtu.be/qY-nuF2edt8

karamazov80
10-12-2015, 09:28 PM
Dust Devil: 6.5/10
The Guest: 8/10

Patriot666
10-12-2015, 09:42 PM
Jeepers Creepers 76/100

c2close
10-12-2015, 10:24 PM
Knock knock 4/10

highlander1
10-12-2015, 11:07 PM
Knock knock 4/10

WOW! I loved the movie very twisted crazy.

c2close
10-12-2015, 11:20 PM
I might rewatch it again. I mean, the knock knock 2015 movie. :-)

VintijDroidGutzz
10-13-2015, 01:48 AM
The Phantom Menace - 7/10 The only PT one I like.

Sure, acting can get cringeworthy at times and plot holes, but even the OT suffers from that.

I don't hate JarJar tbh, I don't mind him, even liked him a tiny bit, but mostly indifferent to him, I was also ok with kid Anakin.

Now this is podracing was exciting actually, I forgot how resourceful Anakin looks while doing mid-race repairs.

All that's the weak stuff though. Qui Gon, Obi Wan, Maul, Visuals, Soundtrack, Battle scenes and all that good stuff makes up for it all. Must be Nostalgia since it was the 1st SW movie I saw in the theaters and I was very young but I never found myself disliking it.

I don't care for other other 2 and I don't feel like watching them any time soon. Maybe just to see Dooku.
Good man :duff

It's definitely by far the best of the PT movies - & my personal fave, for much of what you've mentioned.

I don't like any of the Gungan stuff, but JarJar's best scene was his initial encounter with the two Jedi as they land.

Snake Plissken
10-13-2015, 03:25 AM
2001: A Space Odyssey - 5/10

My first, and only viewing.

Snake Plissken
10-13-2015, 03:26 AM
The Phantom Menace - 7/10 The only PT one I like.

Sure, acting can get cringeworthy at times and plot holes, but even the OT suffers from that.

I don't hate JarJar tbh, I don't mind him, even liked him a tiny bit, but mostly indifferent to him, I was also ok with kid Anakin.

Now this is podracing was exciting actually, I forgot how resourceful Anakin looks while doing mid-race repairs.

All that's the weak stuff though. Qui Gon, Obi Wan, Maul, Visuals, Soundtrack, Battle scenes and all that good stuff makes up for it all. Must be Nostalgia since it was the 1st SW movie I saw in the theaters and I was very young but I never found myself disliking it.

I don't care for other other 2 and I don't feel like watching them any time soon. Maybe just to see Dooku.

http://i.imgur.com/oba8EO3.gif

VintijDroidGutzz
10-13-2015, 05:07 AM
2001: A Space Odyssey - 5/10

My first, and only viewing.
I am disappoint. :(

Snake Plissken
10-13-2015, 05:32 AM
I am disappoint. :(

I went into it with high hopes, but I was incredibly bored though it. I read what's left out which is in Clarke's novel and it made the film make more sense... but I think Stanley left the audiences too much to their own devices on drawing conclusions. I love that in film, but I think he took it to the extreme.

I can understand why people would like it, it's just not for me.

Plastic Bateman
10-13-2015, 07:50 AM
2001: A Space Odyssey - 5/10

My first, and only viewing.

That film's a rare perfect 10 in my book. One thing which Kubrick doesn't get his due for is effectively attempting to (and I think succeeding at, admirably) tell a story through visuals as opposed to dialogue. The story it tells is in fact incredibly straightforward but presented at a very languid pace. It probably helps that I'm a fan of slow-burning, dream-like movies (I thought Beyond The Black Rainbow was one of the best films I'd seen in years), though.

Snake Plissken
10-13-2015, 07:53 AM
That film's a rare perfect 10 in my book. One thing which Kubrick doesn't get his due for is effectively attempting to (and I think succeeding at, admirably) tell a story through visuals as opposed to dialogue. The story it tells is in fact incredibly straightforward but presented at a very languid pace. It probably helps that I'm a fan of slow-burning, dream-like movies (I thought Beyond The Black Rainbow was one of the best films I'd seen in years), though.

Visually it's a marvel, and way ahead of it's time. Not denying that at all. I knew I'd stir up a hornet's nest by posting this review, but I'm being completely honest how I felt about it.

I just wish it moved somewhat faster than it did, but not greatly. I can't help but compare it to Interstellar, and how mundane that felt most of the time to me.

RIDDICK
10-13-2015, 08:07 AM
I'd agree that some scenes could use length cutting, but regardless it's an undisputed cinema classic.

Also, fist and last acts of that film are better than anything Christopher Nolan ever wrote/directed.

Snake Plissken
10-13-2015, 08:22 AM
2001 > Interstellar definitely. My favorite part of the film was them walking down to the Monolith on the Moon. Kubrick really knew how to construct music around a scene perfectly.

Plastic Bateman
10-13-2015, 08:51 AM
2001 > Interstellar definitely. My favorite part of the film was them walking down to the Monolith on the Moon. Kubrick really knew how to construct music around a scene perfectly.

2001 originally had a score made to order, but Kubrick decided he preferred the classical music he'd been using as a placeholder and left it in the final cut. The music he used for the moon sequence was Ligeti's Requiem:


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aL5lnAQ2b68

Snake Plissken
10-13-2015, 08:54 AM
2001 originally had a score made to order, but Kubrick decided he preferred the classical music he'd been using as a placeholder and left it in the final cut. The music he used for the moon sequence was Ligeti's Requiem:


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aL5lnAQ2b68

I don't know, maybe I'm being too hard on the film.

I will say of all the films I've seen, the Moon sequence is the only film that truly captured how earth-shattering it would be to find an extraterrestrial intelligence.

Plastic Bateman
10-13-2015, 09:06 AM
I don't know, maybe I'm being too hard on the film.

I will say of all the films I've seen, the Moon sequence is the only film that truly captured how earth-shattering it would be to find an extraterrestrial intelligence.

That scene is amazingly creepy and atmospheric. Honestly, I don't think I've seen another film that's quite so effectively hammered home the sheer existential horror of being in space - Alien, Interstellar and Gravity included. I mean just look at this:


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z02kJf559DM

It was only recently, watching the film again for the first time in years, that I realised just how terrifying this scene actually is - especially the follow-up where Hal kills Frank. No chest-ripping monsters, no exploding space shuttles, just mechanical failure leading to you slowly suffocating to death in an all-enveloping black void.

I appreciate that everyone has different tastes and I can fully understand that this really isn't a film for everyone, though.

Snake Plissken
10-13-2015, 09:10 AM
That scene is amazingly creepy and atmospheric. Honestly, I don't think I've seen another film that's quite so effectively hammered home the sheer existential horror of being in space - Alien, Interstellar and Gravity included. I mean just look at this:


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z02kJf559DM

It was only recently, watching the film again for the first time in years, that I realised just how terrifying this scene actually is - especially the follow-up where Hal kills Frank. No chest-ripping monsters, no exploding space shuttles, just mechanical failure leading to you slowly suffocating to death in an all-enveloping black void.

I appreciate that everyone has different tastes and I can fully understand that this really isn't a film for everyone, though.

I marked it down only due to how lengthy and slow it was, it was never for how it was directed. I did like the tension a lot in the spacewalk scenes, I just feel the pace should of been slightly faster.

The breathing makes it very claustrophobic.

Plastic Bateman
10-13-2015, 09:21 AM
I marked it down only due to how lengthy and slow it was, it was never for how it was directed. I did like the tension a lot in the spacewalk scenes, I just feel the pace should of been slightly faster.

The breathing makes it very claustrophobic.

I've got a friend who's getting into doing music for film and television, but is pretty much cinematically illiterate.

I've been showing him various classics of cinema, trying not to hit him over the head too hard at once - started off with Alien and Aliens, then Terminator and Terminator 2, then Robocop, then Blade Runner and 2001. Pretty soon I'm going to start dropping him off the deep end into Fritz Lang, Tarkovsky, etc and see if he survives the experience :lol

Point being he found the spacewalk scene in 2001 surprisingly upsetting for exactly the reason you mentioned. He's used to modern films where there's always noise and music of some sort going on in every scene. Amazing that we've reached a point where silence is a disturbing foreign concept to people...

Snake Plissken
10-13-2015, 09:51 AM
I've got a friend who's getting into doing music for film and television, but is pretty much cinematically illiterate.

I've been showing him various classics of cinema, trying not to hit him over the head too hard at once - started off with Alien and Aliens, then Terminator and Terminator 2, then Robocop, then Blade Runner and 2001. Pretty soon I'm going to start dropping him off the deep end into Fritz Lang, Tarkovsky, etc and see if he survives the experience :lol

Point being he found the spacewalk scene in 2001 surprisingly upsetting for exactly the reason you mentioned. He's used to modern films where there's always noise and music of some sort going on in every scene. Amazing that we've reached a point where silence is a disturbing foreign concept to people...

It always bugs me in horror films, that there needs to be a misuse of music and it ruins the tension. Only a few get it right. As for the Spacewalks, the breathing pretty much is the score. It was pretty suffocating to watch it.

The stillness and quiet of space, is scarier than anything else.

Road Blaster
10-13-2015, 10:54 AM
Lost River 8/10

Devil_666
10-13-2015, 11:14 AM
Focus - 8/10

Will Smith is like Tom Cruise for me; not a fan but goddamn do those guys make good movies. :lol

Patriot666
10-13-2015, 12:05 PM
Focus - 8/10

Will Smith is like Tom Cruise for me; not a fan but goddamn do those guys make good movies. :lol

LMAO, so true. :exactly:

GasparZizou
10-13-2015, 01:43 PM
Good man :duff

It's definitely by far the best of the PT movies - & my personal fave, for much of what you've mentioned.

I don't like any of the Gungan stuff, but JarJar's best scene was his initial encounter with the two Jedi as they land.
:duff:

Yeah the Gungan part is weird, I did like their tech and battle scenes, I have to say, they beat the ewoks, at least they have cool war tech.


http://i.imgur.com/oba8EO3.gif
Oh you're one to talk :lol


2001: A Space Odyssey - 5/10

My first, and only viewing.

Snake Plissken
10-13-2015, 03:04 PM
Oh you're one to talk :lol

About what?

CallMeTheDoctor
10-13-2015, 03:11 PM
Revenge of the Sith has to be my favorite. I think that Obi/Anakin Scene was just amazing. I don't care that they seem to twirl the sabers and ****; they are badass!

And AoTC is a favorite just because of Jango and the Clone battles. I was between the ages of 7-13 when I saw the prequels, so honestly action is the only reason why I really love the PT.

GasparZizou
10-13-2015, 04:54 PM
About what?
Pulling a Qui Gon with scores? I thought that was what you were implying :lol

Snake Plissken
10-13-2015, 05:06 PM
Pulling a Qui Gon with scores? I thought that was what you were implying :lol

I agree with most good points about PT, it was just a funny gif...

PT is solid when you remove Jar Jar and the Metachlorian nonsense.

GasparZizou
10-13-2015, 05:16 PM
Oh my bad then :lol

Yeah, the midichlorians are stupid, the force should've remained unexplained by bs like that.

Road Blaster
10-13-2015, 08:48 PM
Drive 9/10

Patriot666
10-13-2015, 09:56 PM
The Exorcist (Director's Cut) 10/10

That makes two movies I've rated as a perfect 10. AWIL and this. :lecture

Centurion
10-13-2015, 10:18 PM
The Exorcist (Director's Cut) 10/10

That makes two movies I've rated as a perfect 10. AWIL and this. :lecture
Nice! You're my evil twin. Hell yeah! :hi5:

Is this your first viewing?

Patriot666
10-13-2015, 10:27 PM
Nice! You're my evil twin. Hell yeah! :hi5:

Is this your first viewing?
Nope, seasoned vet with this film. Evil twin? Yes absolutely my friend. [emoji4] Hell yeah!

Centurion
10-13-2015, 10:47 PM
Nope, seasoned vet with this film. Evil twin? Yes absolutely my friend. [emoji4] Hell yeah!Sometimes referred to as, "The scariest movie ever made!", this one will always be a classic for me regardless of whether that statement is true or not. :duff

Road Blaster
10-14-2015, 03:12 AM
The Place Beyond the Pines 8/10

VintijDroidGutzz
10-14-2015, 03:28 AM
Yeah, the midichlorians are stupid, the force should've remained unexplained by bs like that.
Totally.

In the mid 90s, uncle George just wanted to fill his notebooks with crap - & eventually film it. :lol

Snake Plissken
10-14-2015, 03:42 AM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KseqzmcqQBQ

VintijDroidGutzz
10-14-2015, 03:50 AM
:lol :lol :lol

rushmore223
10-14-2015, 08:24 PM
Foxcatcher - Ambien/10

Did this movie really need to be 2:14? Might have benefitted from another round in the edit room.

Centurion
10-14-2015, 10:27 PM
The Cabin in the Woods. 6.5/10.

Loki
10-15-2015, 12:12 AM
Big Hero 6 - 5/10. Saw it once before and wasn't really impressed; tonight I saw it again, and nothing seemed to improve.

Snake Plissken
10-15-2015, 04:00 AM
First Blood - 8/10

EllissonWatson
10-15-2015, 04:33 AM
The Martian 9/10

CallMeTheDoctor
10-15-2015, 05:29 AM
Sicario: 86/100


Saw this a second time, I really wasn't too impressed the first viewing except for Josh Brolin and Benecio Del Toro. I thought the story was a bit whack and could have done wonders if we removed Kate and Reggie entirely out of the movie. Some occasional plot holes like what happened to Jon Bernthal's character.

What I really do like is the authenticity it showed of the Mexican lifestyle, how people do what they do, and what really happens over there. You can see how many Mexicans aren't fazed by police because they know something is always up.


The score was great, as was the acting minus Reggie and Kate (Blunt was good at the end IMO).

I picked up on a few things which seemed to make the film interesting. I first noticed the characters that smoked, I noticed many times those that smoked are someone that is following orders, almost ignorant to what's going on. Moments when some characters stop smoking, you can tell they got hit with the fact of reality. This kind of helped out in the story showing who's really important.

Second time around I also picked up dialogue that I would have dismissed, and now carry a message and tone foreshadowing the future.

Overall? Good film. I wouldn't call it amazing, but it did better a second time around.

Uncanny Web-Slinger
10-15-2015, 10:43 AM
Ten Commandments - 7/10

Was great until Moses went all crazy religious

Solidus
10-16-2015, 05:18 AM
C.H.U.D - 7/10

This was my second time seeing this movie, the first time I saw it I was nine years old :lol. It's a pretty low-budget, campy 80s horror flick, with some kind of environmentalist theme about nuclear waste creating the Ninja Turtles - erm, I mean, C.H.U.D.s. It makes you wonder what kind of awful things are lurking in the sewers, aside from smelly bums - which get eaten by the C.H.U.Ds.

Marv from Home Alone was in the movie, too.

Solidus
10-16-2015, 05:24 AM
Ten Commandments - 7/10

Was great until Moses went all crazy religious

Well, that's the entire point of the movie. The Exodus of the Jews from Egypt is only documented in the Torah, which serves as both a religious and historical text.

I watch it every year, but it's such a long film.


First Blood - 8/10

Awesome movie... the only Rambo movie I actually like.

Patriot666
10-16-2015, 05:24 AM
C.H.U.D - 7/10

This was my second time seeing this movie, the first time I saw it I was nine years old :lol. It's a pretty low-budget, campy 80s horror flick, with some kind of environmentalist theme about nuclear waste creating the Ninja Turtles - erm, I mean, C.H.U.D.s. It makes you wonder what kind of awful things are lurking in the sewers, aside from smelly bums - which get eaten by the C.H.U.Ds.

Marv from Home Alone was in the movie, too.
I saw this when I was probably 12 years old. I just remember my buddy and I waiting the whole movie for some kind of monster action and then feeling really let down. LOL. I need to see it again.

Solidus
10-16-2015, 05:29 AM
When the monsters do show up, the special effects are so awful :lol. The acting's pretty hilarious, too. It's one of those movies you'll have to enjoy just for the camp.

Patriot666
10-16-2015, 05:32 AM
When the monsters do show up, the special effects are so awful :lol. The acting's pretty hilarious, too. It's one of those movies you'll have to enjoy just for the camp.

I appreciate the camp now and enjoy it, but not as a 12 year old so much. It's just funny because it's one of those memory's that my buddy and I will never forget for some reason. :lol

Solidus
10-16-2015, 05:39 AM
I appreciate the camp now and enjoy it, but not as a 12 year old so much. It's just funny because it's one of those memory's that my buddy and I will never forget for some reason. :lol

I got your C.H.U.D right here :lecture

Watch C.H.U.D. Online | Hulu (http://www.hulu.com/watch/671984)

I watched it on TV, I didn't even know it was online, too :lol.

Patriot666
10-16-2015, 05:58 AM
I got your C.H.U.D right here :lecture

Watch C.H.U.D. Online | Hulu (http://www.hulu.com/watch/671984)

I watched it on TV, I didn't even know it was online, too :lol.

Thank you! :hi5:

Trash Panda
10-16-2015, 06:00 AM
Starry Eyes - 8/10

Solidus
10-16-2015, 06:01 AM
Thank you! :hi5:

No prob, thanks for the rep! :duff

rushmore223
10-16-2015, 08:09 PM
Tomorrowland - 7/10

Better than I anticipated. I think people blame Disney for marketing the film wrong, but I think the intention was to keep the true plot a surprise. I found it quite refreshing that I didn't go into the film spoiled beforehand, allowed me to enjoy it in a way that is rare nowadays.

Trash Panda
10-17-2015, 01:00 PM
The Martian - 9.5/10

GasparZizou
10-17-2015, 11:20 PM
Under the skin - 7/10 Liked it a lot, it's due for a rewatch for sure.

Scanners - 6/10 I had forgotten that acting :lol still pretty awesome, wouldn't mind a properly made remake tbh.

Centurion
10-18-2015, 12:06 AM
Tomorrowland - 7/10

Better than I anticipated. I think people blame Disney for marketing the film wrong, but I think the intention was to keep the true plot a surprise. I found it quite refreshing that I didn't go into the film spoiled beforehand, allowed me to enjoy it in a way that is rare nowadays.
Same here. Knew very little of it before watching and enjoyed it. I loved seeing Space Mountain in the backdrop on a few of the scenes. That was really cool.

Centurion
10-18-2015, 12:08 AM
The Martian - 9.5/10Wow! Another extremely high score. I will see this movie but still not sure when. It's a definite blu ray buy for me regardless.

Shaun & Ed Fan
10-18-2015, 05:05 AM
The Curse of Chucky : 0/10!
The CGI face was a bad idea.It made him look like ChloŽ Grace Moretz in some shots!
The storyline was crap!
Also if you watch it on Netflix they don't have the ending with Andy Barclay!

Darkseed
10-18-2015, 05:49 AM
The Honeymoon & I,spit on your grave (remake) - 5/10 not bad ..not good but watchable

Road Blaster
10-18-2015, 03:23 PM
Death Proof 10/10

karamazov80
10-18-2015, 07:13 PM
Roadhouse: 7.5/10

Way way way better than I thought it was going to be for oh, so many reasons.



Scanners - 6/10 I had forgotten that acting :lol still pretty awesome, wouldn't mind a properly made remake tbh.
Pretty awesome? That's David ****ing Cronenberg. Doesn't get more awesome than that, and suggesting a remake is like suggesting a Spielberg or Hitchcock film be remade--why in the world would anyone do such a thing?

GasparZizou
10-18-2015, 08:19 PM
Pretty awesome? That's David ****ing Cronenberg. Doesn't get more awesome than that,
Are you under the impression Scanners is perfect (or over 8/10 for that matter) and Cronenberg is infallible or something?


and suggesting a remake is like suggesting a Spielberg or Hitchcock film be remade--why in the world would anyone do such a thing?
https://i.warosu.org/data/g/img/0489/78/1436723943382.jpg

Cronenberg with Scanners is a poor man's Otomo.

Loki
10-18-2015, 11:22 PM
Gone Girl... :huh/10. Every other one of Fincher's movies killed it for me, but I didn't care for this one at all. I regret blind-buying it.

cmiller99
10-19-2015, 03:41 AM
Back to the Future - this movie is ****ing great. I love this film so much. Gonna watch Part II on the 21st :rock

myc
10-19-2015, 07:45 AM
Southpaw 6.5/10 was not bad.. but very predictable ..

..and how can you get from Multi Millioner to not even have 10 bucks in your pocket from one day to another... thats just stupid. Also.. the murder his wife...forgotten ?

RIDDICK
10-19-2015, 02:43 PM
Modern Age RubberCop - 4/10 (second and final viewing)

Verhoeven's RoboCop - 8,5/10 (lost count how many times I've seen this awesome film)

GasparZizou
10-19-2015, 02:55 PM
Those would be my scores too, maybe a 9 for the original. I didn't dislike the remake per say, it's just that it's lifeless and doesn't evoke anything in me.

The scene where he's disassembled was probably the only part I truly liked.

Snake Plissken
10-19-2015, 03:01 PM
Modern Age RubberCop - 4/10 (second and final viewing)

Verhoeven's RoboCop - 8,5/10 (lost count how many times I've seen this awesome film)

I'd give RubberCop a 5, but no higher. I didn't hate it like I thought I would.

I'd give original a solid 9.

Patriot666
10-19-2015, 03:04 PM
I'd give RubberCop a 5, but no higher. I didn't hate it like I thought I would.

I'd give original a solid 9.

5 aint too shabby. I've had the blu ray for a while but still haven't watched it.

K07
10-19-2015, 03:19 PM
Band of Brothers - 10/10

Rewatching it for the first time in years. I owned the VHS boxset and have never upgraded to DVD/Blu. Found it streaming on Prime. Score!

I never saw the Pacific. I'll have to give it a try. It's on there as well.

Snake Plissken
10-19-2015, 06:10 PM
5 aint too shabby. I've had the blu ray for a while but still haven't watched it.

It's worth one watch. I went into it with hate in my mind, but I couldn't really feel that way in the end... although the film is so redundant and useless that it doesn't really have anything to take away from it like the original.


Band of Brothers - 10/10

Rewatching it for the first time in years. I owned the VHS boxset and have never upgraded to DVD/Blu. Found it streaming on Prime. Score!

I never saw the Pacific. I'll have to give it a try. It's on there as well.

BOB was fantastic and loved every minute of it. Guarnere, the one soldier in it is from my city and I think they have or they're in the process of making a statue in his honor.

Centurion
10-19-2015, 09:56 PM
The scene where he's disassembled was probably the only part I truly liked.
That was an awesome scene.

And I agree with everyone here. The original is miles ahead of the remake... as it should be. :rock

VintijDroidGutzz
10-20-2015, 12:51 AM
Still haven't seen RubberSchlepp.

Care factor zero. :lecture

Snake Plissken
10-20-2015, 03:42 AM
It's better than most remakes for the most part, but that doesn't say a whole hellva lot.

Lejuan
10-20-2015, 06:18 AM
Legend - 6/10

Great performance by Hardy, rubbish writing, boring third act.

RIDDICK
10-20-2015, 06:41 AM
Legend (2015) - 6/10

http://stream1.gifsoup.com/view2/1397317/lord-of-the-darkness-o.gif

karamazov80
10-20-2015, 06:43 AM
Cronenberg with Scanners is a poor man's Otomo.
http://i.imgur.com/r26quZf.gif

ChaserFan
10-20-2015, 07:09 AM
The Walk - 7/10

Centurion
10-20-2015, 10:32 AM
Halloween ('78). 9/10.

This one still holds up very well. :rock

CallMeTheDoctor
10-20-2015, 12:25 PM
Taking Lives - 60/100

Not much really to care for. I think Jolie is hot, but the film played too much off that. Ethan Hawke is actually decent in this.

Story was meh, boring cause the first sequence was great and then it just died off.


Played too close to Se7en IMO.

GasparZizou
10-20-2015, 01:15 PM
http://i.imgur.com/r26quZf.gif

http://media.giphy.com/media/XuBJvrKHutnkQ/giphy.gif

Carrie is also better.

There's so much wrong with execution in Scanners, starting with the acting, despite Cronenberg's style and fantastic special FX that could greatly benefit from a remake, ideally made by Cronenberg himself though, like the Hellraiser remake

Snake Plissken
10-20-2015, 02:44 PM
Alien - 10/10

Centurion
10-20-2015, 03:51 PM
Alien - 10/10

Oh yeah! :hi5:

amvmm
10-20-2015, 04:55 PM
The Martian - 8/10

Trash Panda
10-20-2015, 07:57 PM
Hellraiser VII - turd sandwich/10

Patriot666
10-20-2015, 09:32 PM
The Omen (1976) - 4/10. Great actors, but felt let down in the end.

Wor-Gar
10-20-2015, 09:58 PM
Jurassic World 3D -- liked it as much as the first time I saw it. Great fun. 7/10

cmiller99
10-21-2015, 03:24 AM
Back to the Future Part II - 9/10. I may write a more detailed post for the celebration thread at some point...

EVILFACE
10-21-2015, 03:29 AM
II was the weak entry. I think today's date is clouding your judgment.

cmiller99
10-21-2015, 03:37 AM
Nah, I really enjoy it. The movie really starts to shine for me when it gets into the alternate 1985 stuff, and the sneaking around the Under the Sea dance at the end is really tense and well executed IMO.

Snake Plissken
10-21-2015, 03:39 AM
I never really cared for the 2nd film, and the 3rd film even more so.

RIDDICK
10-21-2015, 03:44 AM
I like all three films equally.

Snake Plissken
10-21-2015, 03:52 AM
I like all three films equally.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zq5-6PkVGCg

VintijDroidGutzz
10-21-2015, 04:57 AM
Hellraiser VII - turd sandwich/10
I gave up after the 3rd one. :lol



The Omen (1976) - 4/10. Great actors, but felt let down in the end.
I first saw this back in high school, & I'll never forget the part when the lady gets attacked by the crows - brutal!! :lol

Centurion
10-21-2015, 10:45 PM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zq5-6PkVGCg
That's classic! :lol

ChaserFan
10-22-2015, 03:54 AM
Bridge of Spies - 9/10

AIR
10-22-2015, 06:44 AM
Halloween 2007: 7/10
Halloween II 2009: 6/10

Patriot666
10-22-2015, 06:51 AM
"Halloween" 3 - 79/100

a-dev
10-22-2015, 10:04 AM
II was the weak entry. I think today's date is clouding your judgment.

Wahhhh?!! III surely, if any of them. II was very cleverly done I've always thought and has a great ending.

GasparZizou
10-22-2015, 10:28 PM
Looper - 9/10 Fug this was goooooooood.

Woooah.

This has so much good stuff in it I won't go into the effort of saying it all, just watch it if you haven't already.

highlander1
10-22-2015, 11:46 PM
INTO the GRIZZLY MAZE. A really good cast Thomas Jane , Billy bob Thorten , James Marsden aka cyclops from x-men main stars in hunting down a Feral or one pissed off Big Bear after poachers get killed. Its not really scarey more suspensefull as they try figure what to do in the film. I give it a 5 worth seeing once.

Centurion
10-22-2015, 11:52 PM
"Halloween" 3 - 79/100

Agreed. :yess: :hi5:

Solidus
10-25-2015, 12:52 AM
Paranormal Activity - 3/10

I love supernatural horror flicks, but this movie was just awkward, both in acting and presentation. The special effects were cheap, too. I never want to see another movie shot from a camcorder ever again.

Patriot666
10-25-2015, 06:55 AM
Texas Chainsaw Massacre 3D 85/100. I love you Alexandra!

CallMeTheDoctor
10-25-2015, 07:49 AM
Looper - 9/10 Fug this was goooooooood.

Woooah.

This has so much good stuff in it I won't go into the effort of saying it all, just watch it if you haven't already.

Nice to see someone else who liked it!


This is one of my personal favorite movies. Seen it about 10 times.

GasparZizou
10-25-2015, 08:02 AM
Yeah, I need to see it again soon.

I'm on a telekinesis-fever so this was right up my alley.

slackerboy
10-26-2015, 03:13 PM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zq5-6PkVGCg


That's classic! :lol

Wow, I just saw the triple feature on 10/21 on a HUGE screen and I didn't catch that at all. Not that I would've been looking for it. WTF indeed! :slap

As far as ratings: Back to the Future: 9/10, one of my favorites as a kid and one of the best movies of the 1980s.
Part 2: 6/10, not nearly as good, but a lot of neat stuff with the future and alternate 1985.
Part 3: 5/10, it always felt to me like this movie was just kind of there, and yeah, it pretty much is.

Patriot666
10-26-2015, 08:57 PM
Dracula '31 - 75/100

slackerboy
10-26-2015, 09:10 PM
Dracula '31 - 75/100

Going to watch that Weds. night with some friends, it's a double feature with the Spanish version of Dracula. Can't wait to see the restored version, I've got the DVD from 2003, but I'm sure this will blow it out of the water! :yess:

Patriot666
10-26-2015, 09:14 PM
Going to watch that Weds. night with some friends, it's a double feature with the Spanish version of Dracula. Can't wait to see the restored version, I've got the DVD from 2003, but I'm sure this will blow it out of the water! :yess:
Even on blu the picture is rough. Lots of unfocused shots and heavy grain.

slackerboy
10-26-2015, 09:23 PM
Even on blu the picture is rough. Lots of unfocused shots and heavy grain.

Well phooey. I'll temper my expectations accordingly then. :dunno

higgins1989
10-26-2015, 11:02 PM
Cabin in the woods, not great and not terrible. At least it was original, I really enjoyed the part where all of the different monsters from fairytales and stories were shown. I feel like a cool spinoff could be done on the team trying to capture all of them.

Snake Plissken
10-27-2015, 03:53 AM
The Last Action Hero - 8.5/10

Patriot666
10-27-2015, 06:43 AM
Well phooey. I'll temper my expectations accordingly then. :dunno
I was concerned because it's one of the first movies I've watched on my new projector. I actually paused a scene, put the projector screen up, and double checked on my plasma tv. Confirmed it's just the film itself that is out of focus throughout most scenes. Obviously this is a great classic must watch film though!

slackerboy
10-27-2015, 08:01 AM
I was concerned because it's one of the first movies I've watched on my new projector. I actually paused a scene, put the projector screen up, and double checked on my plasma tv. Confirmed it's just the film itself that is out of focus throughout most scenes. Obviously this is a great classic must watch film though!

Yeah, things were a lot different back then with no machines to keep focus, no instant dailies or video monitors to see what was in the can. Just think how amazing Manos: The Hands of Fate would've been if they'd just kept the darn thing in focus! :p Haven't seen Drac for a while though, really looking forward to tomorrow!

Jameson Rook
10-27-2015, 10:32 AM
Terminator Genysis.

I really should have listened and stayed away from this one. The Terminator franchise is now officially dead to me. I'll forever cherish T1, T2 and TSCC. I'm done.

1/5.

Jameson Rook
10-27-2015, 10:33 AM
The Last Action Hero - 8.5/10

I never got why people hate it so much. :lol

Snake Plissken
10-27-2015, 11:45 AM
I never got why people hate it so much. :lol

I think it's Arnie's most underrated film. I don't know why'd you wouldn't like a character that's essentially the embodiment of every character he's ever done.

It didn't do well since Jurassic Park murdered everything in the theaters at that time.

GasparZizou
10-27-2015, 12:25 PM
At the time action movies were very frowned upon and that was a very shameless action movie, but it's an awesome movie.

higgins1989
10-27-2015, 09:27 PM
I think it's Arnie's most underrated film. I don't know why'd you wouldn't like a character that's essentially the embodiment of every character he's ever done.

It didn't do well since Jurassic Park murdered everything in the theaters at that time.

I like it because its essentially poking fun at the rediculousness of action movies. I mean it makes fun of several movies in fact, but its satire of Hollywood. "Wanna be a farmer, here is a couple of acres"- best line

Patriot666
10-27-2015, 09:36 PM
Dracula Dead and Loving It - 9/10

Centurion
10-27-2015, 09:48 PM
Let the Right One In. 8/10.
Freddy vs Jason. 6.5/10.
Resident Evil. 5/10.

I was so excited to hear when they announced a Resident Evil movie. Finally saw it and was shocked at how bad it was. I think my expectations were that I was looking for the video game in the movie. The two couldn't have been further apart from each other. Pretty much the only concept that tied the movie in to the video game it's based on, was the Umbrella corporation.

Centurion
10-27-2015, 09:49 PM
Dracula Dead and Loving It - 9/10

Yes sir! Instant classic for me! :lol :hi5:

rushmore223
10-27-2015, 10:07 PM
Under The Skin - 6.5/10

Interesting watch. They almost lost me with the abandoned infant, but I stuck through it.

VintijDroidGutzz
10-28-2015, 01:30 AM
Freddy vs Jason. 6.5/10.
..you sure you don't mean -6.5?? :lol

RIDDICK
10-28-2015, 03:17 AM
..you sure you don't mean minus 6.5?? lol
It's better than many films of their stand-alone franchises.
And in terms of crossovers, miles better than crappy AvP.

Snake Plissken
10-28-2015, 03:41 AM
It's better than many films of their stand-alone franchises.
And in terms of crossovers, miles better than crappy AvP.

Definitely the last thing worth watching out of either of those franchises.

RIDDICK
10-28-2015, 04:08 AM
:lol

I'd watch FvsJ before even thinkin' to try F13 Part III, A New Beginning, Dream Master, Final Friday and Final Nightmare again.

Snake Plissken
10-28-2015, 05:09 AM
Same here. What did you think of New Nightmare?

F13 has been Van Down by the River for most of it's career.

RIDDICK
10-28-2015, 05:42 AM
What did you think of New Nightmare?
It's a very strange film. I really want to like it, but... just can't.
Tho making a good meta isn't easy so I'd never criticize this one.

Patriot666
10-28-2015, 06:36 AM
New Nightmare is excellent IMO. Very dark and sinister with less comedy.

slackerboy
10-28-2015, 06:39 AM
What did you think of New Nightmare?

Been ages since I've seen that one. It's like the Scream prototype, but I don't remember it being that great. Better than "Elm Street 2:Freddy's Gay" though.

Snake Plissken
10-28-2015, 06:46 AM
It's a very strange film. I really want to like it, but... just can't.
Tho making a good meta isn't easy so I'd never criticize this one.


New Nightmare is excellent IMO. Very dark and sinister with less comedy.

I think it was a brilliant concept, but it felt flat in sections. But still, it was a good closer compared to Final Nightmare... yuck.


Been ages since I've seen that one. It's like the Scream prototype, but I don't remember it being that great. Better than "Elm Street 2:Freddy's Gay" though.

I watched that one again recently... it's so horrendous.

Gates70
10-28-2015, 07:02 AM
The Fifth Element (new remastered Blu)
Movie 9/10
PQ 10/10
ATMOS track 10/10

If you're setup for ATMOS at home, this is a must have!!

Patriot666
10-28-2015, 07:17 AM
The Fifth Element (new remastered Blu)
Movie 9/10
PQ 10/10
ATMOS track 10/10

If you're setup for ATMOS at home, this is a must have!!
Saw it at Target but they had destroyed the slipcovers with their stupid plastic security devices. Might check BB today for it.

Gates70
10-28-2015, 07:24 AM
Saw it at Target but they had destroyed the slipcovers with their stupid plastic security devices. Might check BB today for it.

That sucks. I was blown away by it and the reviews on AVS are glowing.

Patriot666
10-28-2015, 07:34 AM
That sucks. I was blown away by it and the reviews on AVS are glowing.
Do you have in ceiling height speakers?

Gates70
10-28-2015, 07:46 AM
Do you have in ceiling height speakers?

Yes I do. Paradigm Elite E80-R x4

Patriot666
10-28-2015, 07:49 AM
Yes I do. Paradigm Elite E80-R x4
Sweet. If Goldenear has an option to add the atmos speakers I might do it. I rent so I can't do ceiling speakers.

Gates70
10-28-2015, 07:53 AM
Sweet. If Goldenear has an option to add the atmos speakers I might do it. I rent so I can't do ceiling speakers.

Ceiling speakers aren't optimal for everyone (ie; like in your case where you're renting). In that case it's better to find add-on modules to go on top of your fronts and backs.

higgins1989
10-28-2015, 12:21 PM
American Werewolf In London 8/10. I feel like the film could have been better if the running time was longer and they explored the world a little more. I loved the practical effects in the film, the transformation scene is still top notch.

slackerboy
10-28-2015, 01:12 PM
American Werewolf In London 8/10. I feel like the film could have been better if the running time was longer and they explored the world a little more. I loved the practical effects in the film, the transformation scene is still top notch.

My dad took my brother and I to see this when I was 5 (my brother was 3). In his defense, I think he thought that coming from the guy who did Animal House and Blues Brothers it wouldn't be that bad. I wonder what that "R" rating is for. Wrong! We were terrified, he spent about 1/2 the movie covering our eyes (either for blood, boobs, or anything else starting with B) and we still tease him about it to this day. However, I think that was my first intro to being really scared and it was AWESOME! I made sure he got my copy of the Collector's Ed. DVD when I upgraded to blu. I don't know if he appreciates how much he influenced my love of movies, or certain kinds of movies, but it was a big deal when he would bring home some VHS tapes he rented and we'd watch movies on Friday night...unless I chickened out (The Thing). Not that I'm a big fan of taking your 5 year old to R rated horror movies, but they might not hate you for scarring them for life. :horror

a-dev
10-28-2015, 01:39 PM
Don't think I saw that one till I was 18 or so and even then I found it scary or at least atmospheric. It was at a friend's house and I was walking home that night, or maybe I rang for a lift, seems possible I would have chosen the latter after watching that film.

Can't remember what that Jack Nicholson Werewolf film was like but they haven't been scary in many other depictions, least of all Twilight, True Blood and The Vampire Diaries.

slackerboy
10-28-2015, 01:43 PM
Don't think I saw that one till I was 18 or so and even then I found it scary or at least atmospheric. It was at a friend's house and I was walking home that night, or maybe I rang for a lift, seems possible I would have chosen the latter after watching that film.

Can't remember what that Jack Nicholson Werewolf film was like but they haven't been scary in many other depictions, least of all Twilight, True Blood and The Vampire Diaries.

Wolf? I can't say I've seen it, but I didn't hear great things 20 years ago or so when it was out. For months afterwards, if the old man did a wolf howl when we were driving in the middle of nowhere my brother and I would freak out. It was great.

higgins1989
10-28-2015, 02:24 PM
I shared your experience when I was younger with Terminator and Halloween, both were great and both scared the hell out of me.

Snake Plissken
10-28-2015, 04:29 PM
X2: X-Men United - 8.5/10

VintijDroidGutzz
10-29-2015, 02:43 AM
It's better than many films of their stand-alone franchises.
And in terms of crossovers, miles better than crappy AvP.
Come on, it's utter ****. :lol

I stupidly went with a friend to see it in the cinema years ago - I can't believe I actually let him persuade me. What made the night worse, was that the place was empty, except for us & two creepy middle aged dudes sitting a few rows down from us, yelling obscenities at the screen most of the time, & I tried to tell one to keep it down.. bad idea. :monkey4

Anyway.. speaking of 'horror' movies, I finally watched the original 'Texas Chainsaw Massacre' for the first time the other day. Definitely not my kind of movie at all, but I can appreciate it purely because it's a classic from THE best decade of cinema. The lo-fi vibe is great, it makes the whole thing that much more unsettling & macabre.

I'll also reluctantly admit, that I watched the 2003 remake first when it came out, & that was a dumb thing to do - not to mention that it was a crap remake.

RIDDICK
10-29-2015, 03:56 AM
What made the night worse, was that the place was empty, except for us & two creepy middle aged dudes sitting a few rows down from us, yelling obscenities at the screen most of the time, & I tried to tell one to keep it down.. bad idea. :monkey4
Oh, believe me I know what you mean. :monkey2
Pretty much why I rarely visit big cinema these days. And because of little kids and their terrible parents, of course.

Still, I get a kick out of FvsJ.
It's stupid and fun in just the right way yet has that glamor of old school horror slashers.

EVILFACE
10-29-2015, 04:16 AM
Yea the movie is camp as hell, but they did a good job of bringing Jason and Freddy together.

JAWS
10-29-2015, 04:32 AM
Oh, believe me I know what you mean. :monkey2
Pretty much why I rarely visit big cinema these days. And because of little kids and their terrible parents, of course.

Still, I get a kick out of FvsJ.
It's stupid and fun in just the right way yet has that glamor of old school horror slashers.

I like FVJ and find it to be a was a fun watch. Way better then AVP 1&2

I would give it a solid 7 out of 10

JAWS
10-29-2015, 04:36 AM
Deathgasm on PPV - 7 out of 10 - A complete tribute/rip off (depending how you look at it) to Evil Dead and Dead Alive. A fun easy watch.

VintijDroidGutzz
10-29-2015, 05:22 AM
Hey, if you guys like it then power to ya.

There's enough stuff that I like, that some folks would scoff at as well. :lol

fosing
10-29-2015, 05:36 AM
FvsJ has a kickazz soundtrack though.

Xenoburger_
10-29-2015, 05:44 AM
AvP - 6/10

All Nightmare on Elm Street and Friday the Thirteenth (mostly all slasher films really) - 2-4/10

Snake Plissken
10-29-2015, 05:58 AM
AvP - 6/10

All Nightmare on Elm Street and Friday the Thirteenth (mostly all slasher films really) - 2-4/10

The Elm Street series has always been better, but I wouldn't rate them that low.

Xenoburger_
10-29-2015, 06:03 AM
I agree that they're better. Don't think I'd rate any of them higher than 4-5/10 though.

Snake Plissken
10-29-2015, 06:06 AM
I'd give the first Nightmare a 7.5, and New Nightmare about a 7 or 6.5.

Xenoburger_
10-29-2015, 06:11 AM
I'd give the first Nightmare a 7.5, and New Nightmare about a 7 or 6.5.http://replygif.net/i/1512.gif

RIDDICK
10-29-2015, 06:13 AM
I must say it's really funny to read about how low or high one would rate something without knowing what rating system he uses.
"I liked it because boobs. They were too small tho... 8/10" vs "What the hell did I just watch??? Nice FX tho... 2/10"

:lol

Xenoburger_
10-29-2015, 06:15 AM
I must say it's really funny to read about how low or high one would rate something without knowing what rating system he uses.

:lol2/10

.

fosing
10-29-2015, 06:20 AM
first NOES, HT should include that to their johnny depp line.
http://www.niusnews.com/upload/imgs/default/15MarW/0312S/04.gif

bed as base, JD in his gooey form. make it so HT. :pray:

lolz

RIDDICK
10-29-2015, 06:20 AM
Don't think I'd rate any of them higher than 4-5/10 though.http://i.imgur.com/Hismmq5.jpg

Xenoburger_
10-29-2015, 06:23 AM
http://i.imgur.com/Hismmq5.jpg
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JmDr54sfO8I

Snake Plissken
10-29-2015, 06:38 AM
first NOES, HT should include that to their johnny depp line.
http://www.niusnews.com/upload/imgs/default/15MarW/0312S/04.gif

bed as base, JD in his gooey form. make it so HT. :pray:

lolz

This will be out before Ripley.