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  • As Above, So Below (2014) - 3/10

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    • Originally posted by The Devil's Lyric View Post
      next you'll be saying I'm hitting on you or something.
      I think that's what he wants. That's the whole point of his "argument"

      Now excuse me while I "wrestle" with Se7en. Thanks Hunger Games!

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      • Originally posted by The Geek View Post
        Now excuse me while I "wrestle" with Se7en. Thanks Hunger Games!


        Put "2 Fast 2 Furious" in B&W and Se7en thinks he's watching a Bergman film.
        I find the Metal Gear Solid series to be mediocre at best.

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        • Originally posted by The Devil's Lyric View Post
          I'm done with you.
          Thank Christ for that.

          Going to go cry-wank over some gay porn now because of my evident sexual identity crisis.
          Do anything you want, just stop whining.

          Shit, I better stop making fun of people who like Kevin Hart movies. I might get called a racist.


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          • Originally posted by Heretic View Post
            Shit, I better stop making fun of people who like Kevin Hart movies. I might get called a racist.
            If you said "I would never trust a black man who likes Kevin Hart movies" then yeah, you would get called racist.

            Not the same thing as it stands.


            Put "2 Fast 2 Furious" in B&W and Se7en thinks he's watching a Bergman film.
            I find the Metal Gear Solid series to be mediocre at best.

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            • Jaws 10/10

              A fucking masterpiece!

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              • The Howling
                jIMMY jOE'S GOT THE BALL AND WON'T GIVE IT UP!"

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                • "A Walk Among The Tombstones"...A cool action thriller starring "Big Daddy" Liam Neeson. Neeson is awesome playing an ex cop turned unlicensed PI hired to track down two men who have been murdering and butchering women. The storyline is good and holds up very well. The drama and action is intense and gritty and there is also some nice bloodshed. Good stuff!!


                  8/10

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                  • Originally posted by Doctor RoXo View Post
                    Seen more than a few good scores for these Hunger Games flicks these past few days. I'm kinda shocked honestly. I'd assumed they were just more fodder for the Twilight idiots. Maybe I oughta check 'em out.
                    THG books/films are nothing like Twilight. They're the polar opposite. THG brought the young adult/post-apocalyptic sub-genre to the limelight, some of its followers being The Maze Runner and Divergent series'. Yeah, there's some sappy love-angles, but it's a very small part as opposed to the dreck Twilight where that is the central theme. Catching Fire is the best thus far in the series, but the other two are still excellent.

                    I never thought I'd like stories like this, but awhile back someone recommended The Hunger Games books to me. I gave 'em a shot and really enjoyed them, and have loved the film versions as well. This new wave of YA writing is much more grown up than stuff from years ago. I've read the Divergent, Maze Runner and 5th Wave series', mostly enjoying them, and liked the movies that have come out of those book series so far.

                    I say give 'em a try, you might just like 'em.

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                    • Originally posted by Heretic View Post
                      I would never trust a man who binges on serial killer documentaries. There, does that even things up?
                      So I guess I'm untrustworthy? Racist...


                      My DVD's/Blu's

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                      • Originally posted by travisbickle View Post
                        So I guess I'm untrustworthy? Racist...
                        You're so black for serial killer documentaries, it's disgusting.
                        Last edited by Heretic; 03-15-2015, 06:15 PM.


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                        • Montauk Chronicles - A fairly well-made, entertaining "documentary". Learned quite a bit about the East Coast Area 51 legend: Montauk. While I don't put it past the gov't to conduct some nefarious testing and activities, it's quite apparent the one they succeeded at was brain washing a buncha nutcases into thinking they've seen aliens, traveled through time and space, and that The Illuminati control all. Even if I refuse to believe half their horseshit it was still an amusing watch. - 7.5/10

                          Paradox Alice - Egads. - 2/10

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                          • Originally posted by Heretic View Post
                            I don't get it. They're pretty terrible. They are basically better made Twilight flicks, aimed at teenaged girls. All the ingredients are there.

                            I would never trust a man who likes The Hunger Games.
                            Originally posted by The Geek View Post
                            That's what I originally thought as well. I didn't really care for the first one (but I need to give it another chance) but both sequels so far were excellent.

                            Definitely not fodder for Twilight idiots. Far better scripted, directed, acted etc. Also far more violent than I was expecting as well.
                            Originally posted by Mayday View Post
                            THG books/films are nothing like Twilight. They're the polar opposite. THG brought the young adult/post-apocalyptic sub-genre to the limelight, some of its followers being The Maze Runner and Divergent series'. Yeah, there's some sappy love-angles, but it's a very small part as opposed to the dreck Twilight where that is the central theme. Catching Fire is the best thus far in the series, but the other two are still excellent.

                            I never thought I'd like stories like this, but awhile back someone recommended The Hunger Games books to me. I gave 'em a shot and really enjoyed them, and have loved the film versions as well. This new wave of YA writing is much more grown up than stuff from years ago. I've read the Divergent, Maze Runner and 5th Wave series', mostly enjoying them, and liked the movies that have come out of those book series so far.

                            I say give 'em a try, you might just like 'em.
                            The Hunger Games - 6/10
                            THG: Catching Fire - zzzzzzzzz/10 (sleepy time)

                            Well out of curiosity I jumped balls first into this saga and am not really understanding the love it gets. The first flick was better than average, actually it was better than I was expecting. But that ain't saying much.

                            I immediately jumped into the 2nd film and got about 20-30 mins in before the Sandman bitch slapped me into dreamland. Not certain if the movie caused it but I was feeling a bit tired when I pressed play. So....to be continued..........

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                            • Escape to Witch Mountain (1995) - 8/10

                              Girl House - 9/10


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                              • Willow Creek - 3,5/5
                                A couple go on a hike into the wilderness of Humboldt County in sunny California in order to watch out for traces of the Bigfoot legend. Despite several warnings from the locals they enter the woods - with threatening and fatal consequences for both of them.
                                This was a surprisingly well-made little found footage flick, which relies merely on the invisible threat rather than exploitive outbursts of carnage and chaos. The terror sets in very subtly and increases until the very end, where it finds its peak. The couple are really likeable characters and engaging, along with another pretty effective protagonistic element: the sound design. Similar to the Blair Witch Project the creators used it very effectively, hence creating a frightening and terrorizing atmosphere.
                                Nice little creeper, I definitely would recommend it.

                                Originally posted by Yggdrasil View Post
                                As Above, So Below (2014) - 3/10

                                That was one hell of an intense found footage movie.
                                Last edited by Santa; 03-16-2015, 03:52 AM.
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