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 on: Today at 04:41:02 PM 
Started by BTM - Last post by El Misfit
Cant well all agree that there's no secret behind Mona Lisa's smile? Dude told her to sit down and smile as he painted. Seems like that people who try to find a deeper meaning tend to be pretentious and a crazy person in the real world.

 on: Today at 04:21:18 PM 
Started by Trevor - Last post by BoyScoutKevin
From someone who has never seen it nor any of its sequels, no one needs to apologize for anything, as I have never heard anything but "GOOD" for the original, as for the sequels . . .?!

Howling II : Your Sister is a Werewolf (1985)
The Marsupials : the Howling III (1987)
Howling IV : the Original Nightmare (1988) (video)
Howling V : the Rebirth (1989)
Howling VI : the Freaks (1991) (video)
Howling : New Moon Rising (1995) (video)
The Howling : Reborn (2011) (video)

There might be some apologies needed. Though, I enjoyed the line dancing and the old woman playing the spoons in New Moon Rising, from the clip I saw. Now, I expect to see line dancing and spoon playing in all my horror films. LOL!

 on: Today at 04:09:13 PM 
Started by Rev. Powell - Last post by lester1/2jr
Holy s**t get better soon buddy

 on: Today at 04:03:00 PM 
Started by Allhallowsday - Last post by Allhallowsday
I've been reading a book on Led Zeppelin so their first three albums (plus Houses of the Holy) have been on a constant loop for the past couple of days.

Nobody agrees with me but I think Zep I is their best.
I agree with you and I think I may have agreed with you here on this forum. 

I'm so used to being disagreed with I don't even bother to check the record anymore.
Heh, can relate.  If you do ever find us discussing this record, I'd be interested.  The Search feature works only "meh" for me, though I use it almost every day. 

 on: Today at 03:35:05 PM 
Started by sprite75 - Last post by BoyScoutKevin
Sorry, but Lucas and his cohorts is going to have to convince me to give him more of my money and, more importantly, more of my time.

I thought it was Disney/Abrams now. Is the LucasFilms logo not a formality?

It is still Lucas films, but Lucas films is now a subsidiary of the larger Walt Disney Company, as Lucas sold his company for over $4 billion in 2012. Nice, if you can get it.

Which is why you now see . . .

Star Wars--the Adventures Continue attraction at the various Disney theme parks
Star Wars Weekends at Disney Hollywood Studios at Walt Disney World
Star Wars at Sea on the ships of Disney Cruise Line
and why you can tour Lucas film Studio with Adventures by Disney on their San Francisco Long Weekend adventure

and why . . . in the future . . you'll see . . .

the 1st six films released on HD DVD, with the cooperation of 20th Century Fox
and a new series of Star Wars graphic novels by Marvel Comics, another subsidiary of the Walt Disney Company

 on: Today at 03:14:59 PM 
Started by ER - Last post by BoyScoutKevin
2 x 4

2 graphic novels

Immonen and Schiti's
Journey into Mystery
v.1. Stranger than monsters
Issues 646-650

Immonen, Schiti, and Larrae's
Journey into Mystery
v.2. Seeds of destruction
Issues 651-655

4 mysteries

Craig Johnson's
Any other name
11th in the Longmire series

And if you want something to watch, instead of read, and while the series has since been canceled, several of the Longmire books were made into episodes for a TV series

Ace Atkins'
The forsaken
3rd in the Quinn Colson series

When a black man rapes two white girls and kills one of them, and then an innocent black man is hanged for the crimes, it is a long time before anyone gets something like true justice.

The writer is one tough s.o.b.
A liberal in one of the most political conservative states in the Union
Not anti-religious, but non-religious in the Bible Belt
A believer in integration in an area that is growing increasingly segregated
Not pro government, but not anti-government, as he sees the government as a bulkhead against those anti-governments, who would use their anti-governmentalism to exploit their fellows
And I'd add that he is gay, but on his photo on the book jacket, one can see he is wearing a silver wedding ring, so NOT gay
but . . .?! Truly from his photo, a man you'd not want to mess with.

He is also, for the Robert B. Parker estate, continuing the Spenser series

Robert Galbraith (pseud.)
for J. K. Rowling's
The Silkworm
2nd in the Cormoran Strike series

When a writer, with a purported tell-all book threatens to publish the book, he is killed, before it is published. Was it his wife, his daughter, his agent, his editor, his publisher, another publisher, or a fellow writer, it is up to our hero to figure out who?

All the characters in the mystery are supposedly actually based on real people in the book world in London.

Andrew Lane's
Death Cloud
1st in the Young Sherlock Holmes series, but the last one I've read, as I started with the 2nd book in the series.

And the deaths or near deaths keep on coming, as the book presents death or near death by . . .

bees -- boat hook -- broken neck -- fire -- human puppet -- knife -- rats -- saber -- spinning saw -- wagon -- water -- and whip.

Next time: something new. 6 mysteries.

 on: Today at 03:06:05 PM 
Started by claws - Last post by claws
Physical media forever  Thumbup  TeddyR

Post bad movies you own on blu-ray, or recommendations.

Grindhouse meets arthouse in this awfully awesome Ed Wood-ish sexy vampire flick with cult appeal. Worth tracking down as the cheese really shines in HD.

For those who are region free this one might be recommended but only if you really love this movie. The German Blu-ray offers a clean and neat 4:3 transfer, and a unwatchable 4:3 zoomed to 16:9 abomination.

 on: Today at 02:57:39 PM 
Started by BTM - Last post by Jack
Went up to the mailbox wondering if my new guitar instructional book came yet. TeddyR Instead I got an invite to attend a "Memories Workshop" at a local funeral home, to get things planned out and relieve my family of the burden of having to plan my funeral during their time of grief.

Would have preferred my guitar book  Lookingup

 on: Today at 02:51:47 PM 
Started by Allhallowsday - Last post by BoyScoutKevin
Over 70 reasons why I miss TV from the '60's, '70's, and '80's, or . . .

Here are the actors and actresses who played a villain or a villainess on the TV series "The Wild Wild West" and its two follow up TV movies, according to the best of my recollection.

There may be others that I do not remember, and some who should not be included, who were known for the villainy, such as John Abbott, who is NOT included in this list, though he was a great character villain in films. So hare are . . .

A: Arthur O'Connell -- Agnes Moorehead -- Anthony Zerbe -- and Alan Sues.
B: Boris Karloff -- Bradford Dillman -- and Bernard Fox.
C: Carroll O'Connor
D: Don Rickles -- and Donnelly Rhodes
E: Ed Begley -- Edward Andrews -- Edward Binns -- Edward Asner -- and Elisha Cook, jr.
H: Hurd Hatfield -- Harold Gould -- Harvey Korman -- Henry Darrow -- and Harry Dean Stanton
I: Ida Lupino
J: John Dehner -- John van Dreelen --John Astin -- John McGiver -- Jeff Corey -- J. D. Cannon -- Joseph Campanella -- Jack Carter -- Jack Elam -- Jackie Coogan -- and Jonathan Winters
K: Keenan Wynn -- Kent Smith -- Kevin McCarthy -- and Kurt Kreuger
L: Leslie Nielsen -- Lloyd Bochner -- and Lorene Yarnell
M: Michael Dunn -- Michael Pate -- Martin Landau -- Mark Lenard -- Mark Slade -- and Malachi Throne
N: Nehemiah Persoff -- Nick Adams -- and Norman Fell.
P: Peter Mark Richman -- Peter Lawford -- Pernell Roberts -- Percy Rodriguez -- and Paul Williams
R:  Richard Kiel -- Richard Anderson -- Richard Pryor -- Richard Erdman -- Robert Loggia -- Robert Emhardt -- Robert Shields -- Robert  Middleton -- Robert Duvall -- Ricardo Montalban -- Ruta Lee -- Reggie Nalder -- Rosie Grier -- and Ronald Long
S: Simon Oakland
T: Ted Knight -- and Theo Marcuse
V: Victor Buono
W: William Windom -- William Campbell -- William Schallert -- and Wendell Corey

 on: Today at 02:51:28 PM 
Started by Rev. Powell - Last post by claws
Damn. Hang in there RC and get well soon.

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