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 on: Today at 04:41:34 AM 
Started by major jay - Last post by major jay
At least that's the rumor floating around twitter. The man was immensely talented.
RIP to a legend.

 on: Today at 03:13:03 AM 
Started by Mr. DS - Last post by Couchtr26
Skyrim to finally beat and Fallout New Vegas.  In spite of my love for Bethesda games, I rarely beat them or finish any kind of main story instead focusing on side missions and exploration. 

 on: Today at 03:10:43 AM 
Started by Trevor - Last post by Couchtr26
RIP James Garner

There were many moments when you played background parts in later movies I watched frequently.  Not to mention as a young man I was enamored with Mel Gibson's Maverick which I was unaware of James' original portrayal and was very fond of it after having had opportunities here and there to see it. 

 on: Today at 03:06:44 AM 
Started by Archivist - Last post by Couchtr26
I unfortunately can't think of the name of the game for the original poster.  I did want to thank Josso for the link.  I used to play some Mac games in the mid '90s thanks to an Uncle who went into graphic arts.  Played Marathon and Pathways into Darkness.   However, I really wanted to thank because of Blood Bath at Red Falls.  I used to play the demo constantly.  I couldn't remember the name for the life of me.  I think I may have commented on it once but I have recently been thinking on it and couldn't recall at all.   Cheers

 on: Today at 03:01:06 AM 
Started by indianasmith - Last post by Couchtr26
Rather liked it.  However, I still find problems with Asylum and scale.  Creatures are quasi-forgivable, however, Tara Reid losing a hand that then becomes here entire hand and forearm is kind of bothersome in my opinion.  Oh well, otherwise I laughed quite a bit and enjoyed myself.  The fact that the movie had Al Roker and Matt Lauer saying Sharknado was worth the price of admission.  Many other great parody moments and the movie just enjoying itself was great fun.  I haven't seen many bad movies lately and it was great to have a moment with an Asylum movie. 

I was also thrown by Vivica.  Something about her face bothered me. 

 Thumbup Thumbup Thumbup Cheers  Can't wait to see a third and awaiting Sharktopus vs. Pteracuda.  TeddyR

 on: Today at 02:35:18 AM 
Started by Doggett - Last post by Trevor
 Buggedout Buggedout

 on: Today at 02:20:46 AM 
Started by trekgeezer - Last post by claws
Jack's viewing of Re-Animator inspired me to finally watch my Blu-ray of

Bride of Re-Animator (1989)

Several months after the bloody events at the Miskatonic University Hospital, Doctors Herbert and Dan find the origins of the green neon serum that re-animates the dead. Herbert continues his morbid experiments while Dan is emotionally and physically entangled with two women: a terminally ill patient and Francesca, his new girlfriend. Soon enough a Detective pops up asking all sorts of questions, plus the still re-animated head of Dr. Hill is preparing for his big revenge.
A slight step down in quality compared to the original, but still crazy, bloody and fun enough to please the genre fan. I watched the German Blu-ray and the quality is leaps ahead of the grungy US DVD. 4/5

From Beyond (1986)

Experiments gone awry in a villa owned by Dr. Edward Pretorius and his assistant Dr. Crawford Tillinghast (Jeffrey Combs), leaving Pretorius dead without a head. Authorities place Tillinghast in an insane asylum, and then in the hands of Dr. Katherine McMichaels (Barbara Crampton) who tries to recreate the experiment so they can find out what really happened. Bad idea.
Shape-changing monster show with gross out effects, From Beyond is classy Sci-Fi Horror B-Movie madness. Though some of the (miniature) creatures come off a bit dated, and there's some unintentional humor in the final quarter. 4/5

 on: Today at 01:04:24 AM 
Started by The Burgomaster - Last post by Trevor
MR. ROGERS- Taught General Science, 7th Grade; my mother and her sibs had had him when they went to school.
The first day of class, he walks in, holding the science book in his hand. He holds it up, and says, "This is the textbook for General Science, 7th Grade." Then, he opens his desk drawer, drops the book in, closes the drawer, and says, "We may refer to it from time to time."

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I think I'm feeling better now.  Thumbup

 on: Today at 01:01:44 AM 
Started by The Burgomaster - Last post by Trevor
My 10th grade Psychology teacher was fun, too.  Although, as a kid who was relatively 'advanced' I tended to get bored and distracted easily.  He once yelled at me for being a distraction and said he wanted me to go to the principal's office.  I promptly reminded him that he WAS the principal and if I went to his office I'd have nothing to do for the next 40 minutes, and that I'd be late to the next class and I'd be re-sent to his office and he should just yell at me in the hallway.   BounceGiggle

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I needed that laugh this morning: karma!  Thumbup Thumbup

 on: Today at 12:03:49 AM 
Started by indianasmith - Last post by bob
I enjoyed the hell out of this. I did like the first one a little more but this was great in it's own ways.

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