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February 18, 2019, 03:59:20 PM
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 on: Today at 03:55:23 PM 
Started by clockworkcanary - Last post by clockworkcanary
I've recently been searching for horror, sci-fi, and b-movie streaming apps for my Roku and have found some goodies:

* B-Movies: live streaming channel some stinkers.
* Beta Max: live streaming directory of movies -one of my favs
* A couple of Horror and Schlock streaming channels that have a plethora of old school (silent era) and a lot of 60s/70s drive-in films.
* Pluto: another fav with several channels and even movies to choose from. I believe there is a horror channel on Pluto too, but my favs from Pluto are the Rifftrax and MST3K channels.
* Shudder: (this one is a paid subscription): great selection of horror and great categories (cannibal families, Italian, Hitchcock)

*DC Universe Online: and not in the same vein but I also picked up the paid subscription for the DC Universe online, which has about every DC animated show available, plus comics and other goodies. Best shows are the animated series for Batman, Superman, Batman Beyond, Justice League (and JLU), and Young Justice (season 3 episodes are only available via this streaming now since it was cancelled on network TV. They appear to have every animated DC film (except I didn't see JL Dark but may have missed.

What streaming services do you like/have you found? Please list your favs and please indicate if it's a paid subscription vs free.


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 on: Today at 03:14:48 PM 
Started by Svengoolie 3 - Last post by TensionSplice
Goin' Down the Road (1970) - Two friends from a depressed rural area move to the big city looking for a better life but end up stuck in a series of low-paying dead end jobs. If a plot like this isn't realistic then I don't know what is.

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 on: Today at 03:02:42 PM 
Started by Svengoolie 3 - Last post by TensionSplice
I was disappointed with the first one, then again it had a massive on line hype train that would have been almost impossible to live up to. At least this one I'll be heading into with lower expectations.

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 on: Today at 03:02:03 PM 
Started by sprite75 - Last post by sprite75

Andorian: Sorry, I was on mute.

Vulcan: Could've been worse.  You could've been scratching yourself like the Tellarite was the last time we had one of these conference calls.

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 on: Today at 02:16:48 PM 
Started by A.J. Bauer - Last post by A.J. Bauer
Do these Netflix documentaries ever get DVD releases? Netflix in Australia is woefully limited in the number of things we can watch compared with America, and I'd rather just buy a DVD than stream things that come highly recommended.

Netflix exclusives sometimes appear on DVD, after a while, but it's not a given.

From what I've seen, the few physical releases of Netflix owned content still take a long time to see release.

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 on: Today at 02:11:51 PM 
Started by A.J. Bauer - Last post by Rev. Powell
Do these Netflix documentaries ever get DVD releases? Netflix in Australia is woefully limited in the number of things we can watch compared with America, and I'd rather just buy a DVD than stream things that come highly recommended.

Netflix exclusives sometimes appear on DVD, after a while, but it's not a given.

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 on: Today at 01:37:11 PM 
Started by BTM - Last post by Dark Alex
I wonder how long it will be before people complain in movies like Halloween that the killer did not first ask permission to touch his victims?

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 on: Today at 01:34:25 PM 
Started by zombie no.one - Last post by zombie no.one
Gender Fluid Massacre

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 on: Today at 12:38:46 PM 
Started by Doggett - Last post by lester1/2jr

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 on: Today at 12:22:27 PM 
Started by Dark Alex - Last post by Dark Alex
Just for anyone who needs cheering up.




If that doesn't make you feel a bit better there really is no hope for you.

Ash's hair looks fairly ginger in that picture, although in truth almost a year on we haven't actually been able to decide what colour his hair actually is. Some days it looks blonde, others brown and occasionally reddish. As Kristi says, he has mood hair.

Spent pretty much the entire day at work looking through records of other peoples work and data mining stuff from it to put on a spreadsheet. Started about 09:00, finished at 16:10. My eyes felt like they wanted to bleed by the end of that let me tell you.

Still, as I keep reminding myself. It is better than being outside working on aircraft. They look all nice and shiny on TV but up close, they are dirty, smelly and leak strange fluids.

A bit like elderly aunts really.

Yeah, Top Gun doesn't seem quite as glamourous now does it!

Had a conversation recently where I mentioned I moved all my investments out of the UK before the Brexit vote and still hadn't started putting money in as the pound as was going to crash as soon as Brexit finally happened. He was telling me I couldn't know for sure that the pound wouldn't go up in value. Technically that is true. Equally technically, the odds of winning the jackpot on the UK national lottery is 49,000,000 to one which is the same odds as Elvis landing a UFO on the Loch Ness Monster head, therefore since people have won the national lottery many times Elvis must be out there flying around in his space ship looking for a place to land. It is true just because every time something indicates a no deal situation the pound has went down it doesn't mean that it will if things work out the way it looks like it is all going.

But the pound is going to lose value relative to other currencies if we leave on a no deal. I was hearing someone saying how this would be great for us, as our exports will be cheaper and imports more expensive giving us a competative edge on the world market.

This is also true and would indeed be a great thing. If we had a huge manufacturing base to take advantage of that. We don't. That is a secondary economy. We are a tertiary economy. The UK makes money based on things like banking and information. We are no longer the workshop of the world.

Maybe I am just living in an alternate reality to everyone else and the one they are in, we do have lots of industry?

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