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 on: May 23, 2015, 08:06:12 AM 
Started by dean - Last post by Rev. Powell
Happy birthday Dean!  Cheers

 on: May 23, 2015, 06:21:00 AM 
Started by dean - Last post by Trevor
Happy birthday, Brother Dean!

 on: May 23, 2015, 04:05:54 AM 
Started by lester1/2jr - Last post by claws
As kids we would go camping as soon as the weather allowed it. We would usually camp at the same lake that had a small island in the middle. This was very old school with campfire roasting marshmallows, creepy urban legends shared, friend playing guitar. When we got older there was alcohol involved, but never excessively (yeah boring I know). There's something about waking up to seeing a huge wild boar sticking its massive head inside your tent at the break of dawn sniffing around for food lol. Throughout the years we also went camping in half of Europe (Italy, France, Spain. Lots of bats and big weird flying bugs in Spain) which made for an interesting experience.
In the 1990s it was a "thing" to go with friends in the mountains between Christmas and New Years renting a small wooden cabin. Think Wham's! corny "Last Christmas" music video. By the end of the 90s idiots turned this into a drunk-till-you-puke rave event with masses of people flocking into the mountains, including outdoors DJs spinning records while you spent tons of money on ridiculously overpriced shots at the "ice bar."

 on: May 23, 2015, 12:07:19 AM 
Started by Allhallowsday - Last post by Allhallowsday


 on: May 23, 2015, 12:04:13 AM 
Started by ER - Last post by indianasmith
I think it is kind of an old-school, almost Lovecraftian horror/sci-fi story.  I really liked it.

BTW, for your next King book, pick up 11/22/63.  It is probably his best book in the last 20 years!

 on: May 23, 2015, 12:01:16 AM 
Started by indianasmith - Last post by indianasmith
No - only "established" authors get hardcover books anymore.

 on: May 23, 2015, 12:00:27 AM 
Started by trekgeezer - Last post by indianasmith
Finally got to see AMERICAN SNIPER tonight.  A powerful film about war in the modern world, and how it impacted the life of Chris Kyle and his wife Teah.  Whatever your take on the war in Iraq, this is a remarkably well-done film about a complex and ultimately tragic hero.

 on: May 22, 2015, 11:00:40 PM 
Started by lester1/2jr - Last post by akiratubo
Yeah.  We drank some some booze and watched a couple movies.  That was about it.

 on: May 22, 2015, 10:58:28 PM 
Started by trekgeezer - Last post by lester1/2jr
Kwik Stop - (2001) _ This was kind of odd because it felt like an 80's indy movie. The girl was sort of punk ish and there was 50's stuff on the soundtrack and the dialogue was PG but mildly cerebral. If it had come out in the 80's it probably would have been a hit with me and my friends who watched stuff like Repo Man and Pee Wee's big Adventure but it's a little odd for 2001, post American Beauty and Kids.

A girl played by some girl who is on Without a Trace and shows like that and is good, talks her way into getting a ride to Hollywood from someplace that's not Hollywood with a good looking actor. The two don't have the greatest chemistry and the lack of frank, adult dialogue makes their carnal love affair seem pretty forced but somehow the movie is enjoyable to watch anyway. They have their ups and downs and along the way we meet his ex girlfriend, a pretty but pathetic waitress in a Friendly's type restaurant (she wears a classic pink small town uniform of course) and the girl makes friends, sort of, with a drunk guy she meets at a bar.

It never gets very exciting, but it's sort of colorful and the director clearly cares about the story, which makes sense considering he wrote it and plays one of the lead roles. It's amateurish but shows potential and watching it is like watching a film school final project from 1989. It's not quite there but you know the next one will be. except it wasn't his IMDB shows he didn't really do much after that.

3.5 /5 hard to get lost in but likeable

 on: May 22, 2015, 10:37:00 PM 
Started by trekgeezer - Last post by JaseSF
AVH: Alien vs. Hunter (2007): A group of people struggle to survive as they get caught in the middle of a deadly game of predator and prey between a galactic hunter and a nasty alien spider creature.

Yes this is another entry from the Asylum. This one obviously rips off Alien vs. Predator although its budget seems to have been so minuscule that it sometimes feels closer to a Don Dohler film. This film features an incredibly lame looking galactic hunter and an alien critter that looks like an white painted alien head and upper body similar to Alien but a giant CGI created spider body underneath. Some of the characters prove somewhat likable (William Katt, Deedee Pfeiffer, Wittly Jourdan, and to a lesser extent Randy Mulkey) and there's some mild suspense but certainly it's nothing but trash compared to any Alien or Predator movie and Don Dohler's films I feel prove more fun overall. Fairly forgettable tripe and just not much fun to watch even on a bad movie level. * out of ***** stars.

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