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post #5801 of 5820

Yeah, I swear I saw a preview over the past couple of weeks advertising new episodes today, and it showed who it would be. I can't seem to find that preview anywhere, nor any information online about who the new guests are. It's very possible it was just snippets of old guests and I hadn't recalled watching an episode about them in the past.

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SUPER DARK TIMES is amazing.

 

I'm kind of at a loss to describe it. Kind of a next generation RIVER'S EDGE. With the tone of BLUE RUIN.

 

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Super Dark Times is on Netflix?!!

 

I've been waiting so long for this one. 

 

Also, anyone catch Before I Wake yet? May be a bit silly but it's got the Jane in it. 

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Super Dark Times is really good. I was fortunate enough to see it at the Alamo Drafthouse, completely by myself for the one week it played there.

It gets a huge recommendation from me, if you’re into the true crime genre at all (obviously it’s not a true story, or is it claimed to be - it just feels like something you would hear about on the Sword & Scale podcast).
post #5805 of 5820
Non Netflix: I know there are a few Inside No 9 fans here. One of the big influences on that show was Roald Dahl's Tales of the Unexpected, and FYI several episodes of this show are currently available through the Tubi app (free service, supported with ads)
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Holy shit, Tales of the Unexpected is a blast from the past. I can remember that music and the silhouetted dancing naked chick from my youth. I was always trying to see if you could catch a flash of side nipple. Good times. 

post #5807 of 5820

I saw that GOOD TIME is now available on Netflix, but I can't confirm. Can anyone else? If so, I may need to sign back up.

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Originally Posted by Mangy View Post

I saw that GOOD TIME is now available on Netflix, but I can't confirm. Can anyone else? If so, I may need to sign back up.

Not yet, and A24’s deal is with Amazon, so it’ll be streaming there in the next month or two.

Catch it any which way. It’s the fucking goods.
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Not yet, and A24’s deal is with Amazon, so it’ll be streaming there in the next month or two.

Catch it any which way. It’s the fucking goods.

The account I saw was based in Europe, so maybe the international deal is different? Or maybe the DVD is available through Netflix over there?

 

Hope to catch it soon. There are several other Safdie Brothers films on Filmstruck as well.

 

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Several? I thought that was their first rodeo.
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Several? I thought that was their first rodeo.

The Filmstruck stuff contains shorts, documentaries, and a film called Daddy Longlegs, which I had heard of but haven't seen, along with some other stuff. They also did the junkie drama Heaven Knows What that got a lot of acclaim a couple of years ago. That was the first time I saw Caleb Landry Jones and his creeper 'stache.

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Holy shit, Tales of the Unexpected is a blast from the past. I can remember that music

Yeah, haven't had a chance to rewatch it yet and I don't remember too much about the episodes themselves, but that intro music is permanently burned into my brain.
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The 7 Best Movies New to Netflix in January 2018

Netflix is closing some big gaps in their library of classic films, adding "The Godfather" trilogy and "Bring it On" in one fell swoop.

 

http://www.indiewire.com/2018/01/best-netflix-movies-january-2018-1201915084/

 

 

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Head's Up: "FRIGHT NIGHT PART 2 is indeed streaming on Amazon Prime. It's in HD and in the proper aspect ratio."

 

"Peter Vincent (Roddy McDowall), "The Great Vampire Killer," and Charlie Brewster (William Ragsdale) are back in the long-awaited sequel to the box office smash hit Fright Night. And so are the bloodthirsty creatures of the night. This time the suckers want more than blood... They want revenge"

 

Sequel couldn't capture perfect storm of original, but if has its fans, and I've never seen it in a widescreen presentation.  So I might give it look this weekend.

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Hulu's added the entirety of ER.  I'll probably dig into that at least through the Anthony Edwards era. 

 

Excited to see it again.  It seemed to have disappeared from existence.

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Speaking of Hulu, if you were wondering what happened to It's Always Sunny, it's migrated there and the latest season is available. 

post #5817 of 5820
Part one of that new Godzilla: Planet of the Monsters anime is up on Netflix now. It looks like the same studio/style as BLAME! So if you liked the look of that, this is up your alley. I'm about halfway through and it's an interesting new take on the material.
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It's pretty sweet. I'm pretty sure the ultra-religious Exif are hiding something from both the humans and the black-hole Bilderbergs.

Is Blame! any good?
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Head's Up: "FRIGHT NIGHT PART 2 is indeed streaming on Amazon Prime. It's in HD and in the proper aspect ratio."

 

"Peter Vincent (Roddy McDowall), "The Great Vampire Killer," and Charlie Brewster (William Ragsdale) are back in the long-awaited sequel to the box office smash hit Fright Night. And so are the bloodthirsty creatures of the night. This time the suckers want more than blood... They want revenge"

 

Sequel couldn't capture perfect storm of original, but if has its fans, and I've never seen it in a widescreen presentation.  So I might give it look this weekend.

 

I've never had the need to watch it on cable back in the day. May check this out.

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It's pretty sweet. I'm pretty sure the ultra-religious Exif are hiding something from both the humans and the black-hole Bilderbergs.

Is Blame! any good?

I liked it, and I'm not really a fan of anime.
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