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It's a long wait till i see The Last Jedi this Saturday.

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I would totally blow up suns to get into that Nexus ribbon..
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Late Show:

 

"The parole board's ready, Blake. I hope you remembered to floss."

 

 

"I did! With your wife's pubic hair!"

 

Ooh, Earl Talbot Blake!

 

More dialogue to savor: "Pork, back off or else she's gonna need a paper bag over her head when her boyfriend fucks what's left of her!"

 

Fred Dekker was really trying to out Shane Black Shane Black for Silver.

 

The Most Tragic Victim of Diabolical Earl Talbot: this friendly old book man

 

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It's nothing groundbreaking, but it's a fun time to spend watching a movie.

 

Yeah, I figured as much.

 

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Can't help but smile at this.

 

I've heard that it's really stupid, but some of those who said that also stated they enjoyed the film.

 

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I hate this new world where there's no video stores. It sucks.

 

Yeah, I do miss the videostores too, even if streaming is pretty neat.

 

 

I am amused that wacky fake account has acquired a few hundred thousand followers.

 

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Late Show:

 

Maybe one day that will get a Blu release so the movie can be seen by everyone in not-terrible quality. One day...

 

Recently, my cable provider was added to TCM's online on demand service. You sign in with your provider and you get to see some movies that were on the network in the preceding week, and the videos are available for one week only. It works fine; I discovered that after watching The Maltese Falcon, the 1931 version. Yes, there were TWO previous versions of the movie (there was also 1936's Satan Met a Lady, which was a rather loose adaptation). 1931 is fine overall and it's pretty similar to '41, but unfortunately it is not great like '41. '31 is racier because it's Pre-Code and they-for example-could have the allusions to homosexuality between Casper and Wilmer that apparently was in the Hammett story but there's also this Sam Spade being a smiling fool, a smartass who is also a horndog. To me it's a curio to see with the classic version and not much more.

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It's a long wait till i see The Last Jedi this Saturday.

You and me both brother.

 

I'm tempted to go out to a midnight showing and then go again on Saturday when I take my kids.

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Originally Posted by The Perfect Weapon View Post

 

Recently, my cable provider was added to TCM's online on demand service. You sign in with your provider and you get to see some movies that were on the network in the preceding week, and the videos are available for one week only. It works fine...

I'm going to check that out.

 

I didn't even think of trying that. A lot of channels give you the ability to sign on to their website and watch their stuff.

 

I miss stuff on TCM, this will give me a 2nd chance to catch it.

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The Most Tragic Victim of Diabolical Earl Talbot: this friendly old book man

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Pretty sure his death got parodied on The Simpsons a few years later. Hans Moleman gets killed similar to him and is the prison library man.
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He's not even killed. Homer just whaps him on the head with the book! Which is even funnier.



As far as Earl Talbot Blake quotes go you can't go wrong with his ramblings about fucking the parole board leader's dog and gleefully lamenting that the last time he held a gun in his hand, a young man took all his clothes off for him.
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Originally Posted by Fat Elvis View Post
 

Late Show:

 

"The parole board's ready, Blake. I hope you remembered to floss."

 

 

"I did! With your wife's pubic hair!"

 

Ooh, Earl Talbot Blake!

 

More dialogue to savor: "Pork, back off or else she's gonna need a paper bag over her head when her boyfriend fucks what's left of her!"

 

Fred Dekker was really trying to out Shane Black Shane Black for Silver.

 

I'm pretty sure those are Steven de Souza lines.

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Interview with Adkins done for the video release of AMERICAN ASSASSIN, but it touches on a lot of his recent and future films:

 

http://filmschoolrejects.com/scott-adkins-interview/

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Watched Samurai Cop 2 today.

 

They added some actual production value this time around and it doesn't look half bad. That's about as good as it gets, everything else, like acting, is pretty out there.

 

The actor playing Joe Marshall is back, but no longer with the boyish good looks and feathery hair. Now he's old and weathered. It's still a blast though.

 

I watched it for free on Vudu, you just have to sit through a few ads. It's also edited, with any nudity covered over.

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Interview with Adkins done for the video release of AMERICAN ASSASSIN, but it touches on a lot of his recent and future films:

 

http://filmschoolrejects.com/scott-adkins-interview/

I love the enthusiasm he has for Accident Man. I had no idea he's wanted to make that into a film since he read the comic at 15. Great to see he got to make his passion project.

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It's one of the 2018 films I'm most hyped for. Wish it could have garnered a bigger release but hopefully it will get some big exposure as far as DTV titles go.

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Looking at the trailer I'd say you could release it in theaters easily, but I guess it's not meant to be.

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24 HOURS TO LIVE may be getting a theatrical release here in Singapore later this month.

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What was everyone’s consensus on it? Worth checking out?
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I'm going to check that out.

 

I didn't even think of trying that. A lot of channels give you the ability to sign on to their website and watch their stuff.

 

Yes, I understand that's the case. I rarely use it myself because as I've mentioned many times by now, I don't watch much television.

 

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Watched Samurai Cop 2 today.

 

That used to be on Prime; now it's not offered for rental by Amazon at all. As this film is self-aware, that is why I was wary of watching it before. I still haven't seen the film.

 

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What was everyone’s consensus on it? Worth checking out?

 

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Rented 24 HOURS TO LIVE and watched it this morning. I've only seen a couple reviews and they've been mainly negative. I enjoyed it quite a bit. Good turn from Ethan Hawke. Plenty of carnage on display. High-end production values for the most part. Doesn't have that traditional VOD feel at all. Recommended (though it appears they jacked up the rental rate since I got it yesterday).

 

Rutger Hauer has a small role as Hawke's father-in-law. Unlike the trailer his dialog isn't dubbed. It's all him.

 

Molti was a fan, as you can see.

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Originally Posted by The Perfect Weapon View Post
 

 

Yes, I understand that's the case. I rarely use it myself because as I've mentioned many times by now, I don't watch much television.

I tend to watch TV shows because they are quick "bites" so to speak. Sometimes I just have time for something quick.

 

That being said, I don't watch too much "live" and watch it a few days or more later.

 

Some shows I watch aren't even on the air anymore.

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Video Store Adventures: I've been hitting up the store pretty much every day since closing announcement,  grabbing 4 or 5 titles per visit. It's kind of interesting seeing what movies go first, the good stuff ignored - and the weird/cult shit that you find was also on somebody else's radar. Like I get a kick out of somebody else buying FIGHT FOR YOUR LIFE, and all the copies of SOYLENT GREEN + OMEGA MAN now being gone. (Chuck fans unite!)

 

Weirdly, as of the other day all of the ROCKY Blus were still on the shelf. And most of the FRIDAY the 13TH DVDS. SATURDAY NIGHT FEVER DVD + Blu both still there.

 

A note for this crowd: there was a Clint Eastwood section on one of the walls- they had everything except 1 or 2 titles. Now all gone  EXCEPT - THE ROOKIE (!), HEARTBREAK RIDGE, and HONKY TONK MAN.

 

Since I don't own it, I *might* pull trigger on the Thread fave, even though I'm not in the fan club myself.

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It's not just a movie.

 

It's a fucking ADVENTURRRRRRRRRREEEEEE!!!!!!!!!

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Originally Posted by Electrichead View Post
 

Watched Samurai Cop 2 today.

 

They added some actual production value this time around and it doesn't look half bad. That's about as good as it gets, everything else, like acting, is pretty out there.

 

The actor playing Joe Marshall is back, but no longer with the boyish good looks and feathery hair. Now he's old and weathered. It's still a blast though.

 

I watched it for free on Vudu, you just have to sit through a few ads. It's also edited, with any nudity covered over.

 

 

I caught this a few months back on Amazon Prime Video, and I loved every wild and crazy minute. I definitely liked it a lot more than the the original.

 

 

 

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Looking at the trailer I'd say you could release it in theaters easily, but I guess it's not meant to be.

 

 

I've said it plenty of times on here, but something like Accident Man would play really well where I live. I mean EX3 was playing well into late November here when it came out in 2014, and most theaters elsewhere had already gotten rid of it by then.

 

 

 

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Originally Posted by Fat Elvis View Post
 

Video Store Adventures: I've been hitting up the store pretty much every day since closing announcement,  grabbing 4 or 5 titles per visit. It's kind of interesting seeing what movies go first, the good stuff ignored - and the weird/cult shit that you find was also on somebody else's radar. Like I get a kick out of somebody else buying FIGHT FOR YOUR LIFE, and all the copies of SOYLENT GREEN + OMEGA MAN now being gone. (Chuck fans unite!)

 

Weirdly, as of the other day all of the ROCKY Blus were still on the shelf. And most of the FRIDAY the 13TH DVDS. SATURDAY NIGHT FEVER DVD + Blu both still there.

 

A note for this crowd: there was a Clint Eastwood section on one of the walls- they had everything except 1 or 2 titles. Now all gone  EXCEPT - THE ROOKIE (!), HEARTBREAK RIDGE, and HONKY TONK MAN.

 

Since I don't own it, I *might* pull trigger on the Thread fave, even though I'm not in the fan club myself.

 

 

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Watched Arnold flex his dramatic chops in AFTERMATH. What a heartwarming tale that turned out to be. Good God almighty.

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I heard there's a fun shower scene.
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I can only hope I'm as toned at 70.

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Extras for the upcoming blu ray of SHAKEDOWN:

 

http://www.blu-ray.com/news/?id=22570

 

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  • NEW Introduction By Writer And Director James Glickenhaus
  • NEW Audio Commentary With James Glickenhaus
  • NEW Shakedown Breakdown – An Interview With James Glickenhaus
  • NEW Miles Over The Limit – James Glickenhaus Discusses Miles Davis
  • Still Gallery
  • Theatrical Trailer
  • Optional English SDH subtitles for the main feature

 

Lack of Weller or Elliott interviews is a bit deflating.

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I tend to watch TV shows because they are quick "bites" so to speak. Sometimes I just have time for something quick.

 

That is understandable, along with using the DVR to record programs to watch later (that's great as you don't have to deal with the way too many commercials that have been on TV in recent years) and I'd rather watch or rewatch old TV shows rather than try out the new shit that's on currently.

 

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Extras for the upcoming blu ray of SHAKEDOWN:

 

Oh, so they could only get Glickenhaus; those are the breaks.

 

Today was another quiet day, and this time I watched something on Turner Classic Movies live. Each Tuesday this month they show some Lana Turner movies in the evening. What I peeped was the original The Postman Always Rings Twice. Not my favorite noir, but still pretty good. While overlong, the leads do a nice job (Turner's entrance w/ those white shorts was definitely memorable), the story was fun and I was most impressed with the characters played by Leon Ames and Hume Cronyn as the prosectuor and defense attorney, respectively. Yes, I'll eventually see the Bob Rafelson version due to who was involved with that.

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Jacob Knight: "THE VILLAINESS: the movie I wanted out of ATOMIC BLONDE. Hyper-violent Korean super assassin melodrama with too many moving parts (not to mention an overactive camera during set pieces) that‘s still totally engrossing/entertaining. That motorcycle sword fight is straight up fire."

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Thinking about SCROOGED (again) and realizing that there are seemingly a lot of parallels between Frank Cross and what Donald Trump was and would eventually become.  Black suit, red tie, crazy hair, mean spirited, peddles fear to the masses on television...  Can we get confirmation that Murray based his character on ol' DT, at least in-part?

 

 

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Watched Scrooged last night and the parallels I’m sure were intentional.

That movie only gets better with age, I still get emotional at the end. One of Murray’s best.

I also watched Logan Lucky which I enjoyed, but thought I should have liked more. Tatum, Driver and Craig were pretty great.
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Special Ghost Recon Event - Predator.

 

 

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The JEAN CLAUDE VAN JOHNSON premiere was kind of a mixed bag. On one hand I was very glad to see Van Damme in the flesh, on the other hand I was much too far from the screen (the theater is *huge*, the largest in Europe, but doesn't really match the screen. They also use it for concerts and I got to to see John Carpenter last year) , it was understanbly all about promotion ('oh my god, a legend of action movies is making a batshit crazy series!!!'), only 3 episodes out of 6 were to be shown and most of all I was annoyed by dumbasses/hipsters who kept yelling ironically* their love for the actor. Van Damme was smart enough (?) to not pay attention but I actually left before the show started to see THE ENDLESS in a nearby theater. Good surnatural drama from the makers of the wonderful SPRING. I'll catch JCVJ in time on Prime.

 

 

* In France more than everywhere else (?) Van Damme is perceived as a Tommy Wiseau lite kind of weirdo. Some of his interviews were admittedly quite surreal (his French has taken a very personal grammar with years) but he's so much more than a goofball.

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Special Ghost Recon Event - Predator.

 

 

I heard about that.

 

Sounds cool for the people that have the game.

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Sorry the premiere was less than stellar. At least you got in for free!
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Warner has announced some catalog titles for release on blu. Includes the Paul Newman flicks HARPER and THE DROWNING POOL, as well as LEATHERFACE: THE TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE III:

 

http://www.blu-ray.com/news/?id=22581

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Glad I held off on out of print DROWNING POOL. I've come close to pulling trigger on DVD a few times recently.

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Video Store Adventures: Since my last visit, some fellow traveler bought THE ROOKIE. 

 

I was still able to get D.C. CAB + Blu of MAN WITH IRON FISTS + MAN OF TAI CHI + GUN CRAZY + Blu of DON'T BE AFRAID OF THE DARK (remake) + BEYOND THE LIGHTS + ARACHNOPHOBIA (3 bucks each)

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Jacob Knight: "THE VILLAINESS: the movie I wanted out of ATOMIC BLONDE. Hyper-violent Korean super assassin melodrama with too many moving parts (not to mention an overactive camera during set pieces) that‘s still totally engrossing/entertaining. That motorcycle sword fight is straight up fire."

 

I bolded the part I agree with most after having just seen the film last week. The motorcycle sword fight was still pretty rad, admittedly.

 

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Special Ghost Recon Event - Predator. 

 

This has become more popular as of late, popular videogames doing DLC events involving famous fictional characters from other properties.

 

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and most of all I was annoyed by dumbasses/hipsters who kept yelling ironically* their love for the actor. 

 

If that happened at a screening Rene was at (especially if it was one where it was Van Damme specifically) I think he'd finally snap! Everyone knows that is what he loathes the most and it happening at such a moment means I can imagine him punching out those dumbass hipsters. I know that some will be happy to know The Endless is worth seeing.

 

That Leatherface Blu, I will presume it has both the R rated and the unrated cut, but I can't assume for certain, and the unrated is far better so it better be there.

 

A little earlier today, I went to Kmart. I purchased some items; I'll mention the films specifically. Nightcrawler was on DVD for only a buck and as I know it's great, I couldn't not buy it. Then, I got quite the amazing collection of 5 movies from Echo Bridge. Note that the "star" film advertised on the front cover is... Land of the Free. Yes, the PM joint starring the hilarious protagonist/antagonist duo of JEFF SPEAKMAN and WILLIAM SHATNER, where the Shat is a right-winger who wants to take over the government... not that this would ever happen in real life... the other films are:

 

The late 90's TV movie Ed McBain's 87th Precinct: Heatwave, starring Dale Midkiff, Erika Eleniak and Michael Gross, with Larry Cohen of all people adapting the screenplay.

 

Rx, a random 2005 thriller set in Mexico starring Colin Hanks and Alan Tudyk, who apparently plays a Mexican considering his name is PEPE.

 

Another late PM entry, Ice; it stars Traci Lords and I imagine that says a lot right there.

 

No kidding, the last film is the 1961 Five Minutes to Live; yes, the film which starred Johnny Cash. I have no idea how it fits with the other films at all.

 

What a bizarre collection. 

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If that happened at a screening Rene was at (especially if it was one where it was Van Damme specifically) I think he'd finally snap! Everyone knows that is what he loathes the most and it happening at such a moment means I can imagine him punching out those dumbass hipsters. I know that some will be happy to know The Endless is worth seeing.

 

That Leatherface Blu, I will presume it has both the R rated and the unrated cut, but I can't assume for certain, and the unrated is far better so it better be there.

 

A little earlier today, I went to Kmart. I purchased some items; I'll mention the films specifically. Nightcrawler was on DVD for only a buck and as I know it's great, I couldn't not buy it. Then, I got quite the amazing collection of 5 movies from Echo Bridge. Note that the "star" film advertised on the front cover is... Land of the Free. Yes, the PM joint starring the hilarious protagonist/antagonist duo of JEFF SPEAKMAN and WILLIAM SHATNER, where the Shat is a right-winger who wants to take over the government... not that this would ever happen in real life... the other films are:

 

What a bizarre collection. 

 

 

Ugh. Fucking hipsters. You know me too well, Perfect. This reminds me of the time my friend and I went to see EX2 for the midnight show, and they showed a trailer for Arnold's The Last Stand and some hipster dipshit did a mock Arnold scream of "JAAAAAHHHH!" and it just pissed me off. It was probably the same asshair who said "Holy shit! Van Damme's in this?!"

 

Suffice to say I probably would have snapped and said "Would you be quiet! I'm trying to watch this!" if I had been there. That's me restraining myself to be polite.

 

Yes, the Leatherface blu. I talked on here about revisiting my New Line dvd a few weeks back and having a lot of fun with it. I'm looking forward to upgrade to the blu.

 

That's quite the 5 film set from Echo Bridge. I may get that just to finally see Land Of The Free. I remember back in 2015 picking up an Echo Bridge set just to finally have Project: Shadowchaser on dvd.

 

 

Today was pretty uneventful for me other than going with Renata and my Mother to McDonald's for dinner, and the arrival of mine and Vanessa's new iPhone SE's. 128 gigs of storage in these things, and that is sure to last us a good long while. Not to mention they're the cheapest iPhones out there, and as I'm not crazy about bigger phones, I'm glad they still make 4 inch iPhones. There was a brief point where we did entertain the idea of going over to Android simply because there were some way cheaper phones at crazy low prices like $4 a month, and even though those have larger screens, at that price I could deal with it, but we decided to stay with Apple, and I think it would be a pain to do a massive change over as all our contacts and pictures, and the rest would have to manually be imported. So I've spent this evening backing up our old phones and setting up the new ones. I did Vanessa's phone first since she's an important figure at her company and she gets lots of texts and calls well into the evening. Right now I'm finishing setting up my phone. I'm also watching Nighthawks. Its been a while since I've seen it, but it's still a classic action thriller. Gotta love the team up of Sly and Billy Dee.

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Shout Select Nighthawks?

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Originally Posted by Call Me Roy View Post
Watched Scrooged last night and the parallels I’m sure were intentional.
That movie only gets better with age, I still get emotional at the end. One of Murray’s best.

Highly agree.  Saw it many times in the theater back in my Cinemaplex Job days.  It always killed with a live audience, too.  

 

 

 

Originally Posted by felix View Post

Special Ghost Recon Event - Predator.

I'd play the hell out of this if i had it.  I mean, I still have a blast playing the first ALIENS VS PREDATOR game for PC from Fox/Requiem back in 1999 on Steam.  In fact, that old laptop picture that I posted up here the other night shows this.  The old compy now has DEUS EX, STAR WARS: ROGUE SQUADRON, RACER and BATTLE FOR NABOO on it.  So far they're working well and I'll be loading in several more if I can, so it will be nice to have a dedicated, though ancient, "gaming laptop" for all my old-ass PC games.

 

 

Originally Posted by Fat Elvis View Post

Video Store Adventures...

I was still able to get D.C. CAB

 

DC CAB for the win.  Always stay through the end for a classic post-credit joke.

 

 

Originally Posted by Rene (Mr.Eko) View Post

Today was pretty uneventful for me other than going with Renata and my Mother to McDonald's for dinner, and the arrival of mine and Vanessa's new iPhone SE...

I'm also watching Nighthawks. Its been a while since I've seen it, but it's still a classic action thriller. Gotta love the team up of Sly and Billy Dee.

 

Enjoy the Nighthawks!  Haven't had time to do much these days.  Working extra hours in retail ain the Hanukkah and Christmas season, my personal freedom right now is very rare.  Also took my Mom out over the weekend, taking her to Cracker Barrell (she loves their meatloaf and taters) and grabbing some delicious buckeye candies and a new winter hat for her on the way out before hitting an outlet mall in a snow squall - which was dumb but really the only time we could do it.  Tonight I did manage to sneak out of work for twenty minutes to treat myself to a used-vinyl LP classic, The Commodores' Nightshift (Motown, 1985).   Felt like a good investment for just a few bucks, and the cover and LP itself are in excellent shape.  Love that title song.  And since I'm at work until 10:00 or 11:00pm most nights lately, I know all about the night shift...

 

 

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Originally Posted by The Perfect Weapon View Post

Today was another quiet day, and this time I watched something on Turner Classic Movies live. Each Tuesday this month they show some Lana Turner movies in the evening. What I peeped was the original The Postman Always Rings Twice. Not my favorite noir, but still pretty good. While overlong, the leads do a nice job (Turner's entrance w/ those white shorts was definitely memorable), the story was fun and I was most impressed with the characters played by Leon Ames and Hume Cronyn as the prosectuor and defense attorney, respectively. Yes, I'll eventually see the Bob Rafelson version due to who was involved with that.

Originally Posted by The Perfect Weapon View Post

Then, I got quite the amazing collection of 5 movies from Echo Bridge. Note that the "star" film advertised on the front cover is... Land of the Free

The late 90's TV movie Ed McBain's 87th Precinct: Heatwave, starring Dale Midkiff, Erika Eleniak and Michael Gross, with Larry Cohen of all people adapting the screenplay.

Rx, a random 2005 thriller set in Mexico starring Colin Hanks and Alan Tudyk, who apparently plays a Mexican considering his name is PEPE.

Another late PM entry, Ice; it stars Traci Lords and I imagine that says a lot right there.

No kidding, the last film is the 1961 Five Minutes to Live; yes, the film which starred Johnny Cash. I have no idea how it fits with the other films at all.

 

What a bizarre collection. 

 

Looking forward to hearing more of your noir adventures.  Especially just having watched Rafelson's POSTMAN not long ago myself.

 

That is a wacky bunch of films collected there.  I think I might have actually seen ICE but remember nothing about it but the videobox/poster art.  

 


Edited by Engineer - 12/13/17 at 10:38pm
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Shout Select Nighthawks?


Yes! Some time soon I'll be watching the interviews on the blu. Looking forward to hearing the stories they say.

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Ugh. Fucking hipsters. You know me too well, Perfect.

 

Definitely. I'll always bust out laughing whenever I think about how someone watching The Expendables 2 theatrically had no idea who the villain was being played by.

 

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Looking forward to hearing more of your noir adventures.  Especially just having watched Rafelson's POSTMAN not long ago myself.

 

Yeah, I sometimes watch the genre, but perhaps I should do it a little more often.

 

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Haven't had time to do much these days.  

 

I know I can't complain myself, yet I will be busy with various things the next few days, so I am thinking that until Sunday night, the only movie I will be seeing is The Last Jedi. Around this time next week I'll be off on my yearly trip to the middle of the United States for Christmas... I won't be watching that much the rest of the year, although at least I hope to have a good time doing those other things.

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Have any of you guys seen the Bruce Willis film, Extraction? 2015 or so I think. I just randomly saw the trailer, and as much as I might be in the bag for tropey spy movie hijinks and Gina Carano kicking arse and snogging the ladies, I don't have much patience for total dross. Any recommendations, to watch or avoid?

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“Now I have a machine gun. Ho Ho Ho”


Thought you guys might like this, from Alternative Movie Posters.
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Have any of you guys seen the Bruce Willis film, Extraction? 2015 or so I think. I just randomly saw the trailer, and as much as I might be in the bag for tropey spy movie hijinks and Gina Carano kicking arse and snogging the ladies, I don't have much patience for total dross. Any recommendations, to watch or avoid?

I've seen it.

 

I thought it was pretty decent. I remember a lot of action and Carano knocking some sense into people.

 

It's not bad DTV.

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