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 on: December 02, 2023, 03:49:20 AM 
Started by claws - Last post by claws
I like chorizo. We have Spanish chorizo here, which is cured / smoked. I use it as a flavor boost in other dishes. For example, I add chorizo (when available at home) to my ground beef when cooking bolognese. It gives everything you put it in a deep red color.
Usually, not much extra seasoning is needed, the Spanish chorizo is made with garlic and smoked paprika.

 on: December 02, 2023, 03:40:02 AM 
Started by Trevor - Last post by Trevor
This was released to VHS in America by Thorn EMI in 1983. Cover art was predating Freddy Krueger / A Nightmare on Elm Street.

If there is one reason to watch The Demon, it would be for Cameron Mitchell's amazing bad acting. Every scene without Cameron is pure torture.

If you are a sucker for suffering, double the pain and watch The Demon followed by Fiend (1980)

They are both similar, except Fiend has better f/x.

I don't think The Demon will ever find a way to Blu-ray because of music rights. I doubt the producers of The Demon had money to actually license Funkytown by Lipps Inc. and the Sugarhill Gang's Rapper's Delight. They barely had money to make the film  TeddyR

Agreed: Percival had been left almost penniless after the failure of Mr Kingstreet's War and the film had a zero budget: some of the actresses wore his wife's clothes.  Buggedout

I would like to see a BluRay version of the uncut print in the archives: a company in Cape Town tried to buy the rights to do this in 2014 but no go.

 on: December 02, 2023, 03:35:21 AM 
Started by claws - Last post by Trevor
^ I love Mexican food, but chorizo is gross as hell.

I've never tried chorizo but it does look a bit gross  TongueOut

 on: December 02, 2023, 03:34:30 AM 
Started by javakoala - Last post by Trevor
Health for Mom which she doesn't have and hasn't had since 2020.

It seems that your mom has been rather ill for a long time. That must be very draining for both of you. A noble desire, Brother Trevor. I hope both of you get to enjoy your wish being fulfilled.

Best I can offer is a package of clean underpants to wear to the koala races.  Cheers

Thanks BrotherJ: Mom suffered a huge stroke in July 2020 during lockdown and has been in care ever since: she also has dementia.  Bluesad

 on: December 01, 2023, 10:48:19 PM 
Started by Rev. Powell - Last post by FatFreddysCat
"An Eye For An Eye" (1981)
A San Francisco cop (Chuck Norris) embarks on a mission of vengeance to bring down the Chinese Triad gang who killed his partner.
A pretty standard "Dirty Harry" style action flick, Chuck was still learning how to act so his performance is typically wooden but the stunts and action sequences are on point. Not a top drawer Chuck flick, but worth checking out.

"Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny" (2023)
Harrison Ford dons the fedora and bull whip one last time as the well-past-retirement-age Dr. Jones, in a new adventure set in 1969. When Indy is visited by the daughter of an old friend it draws him into a plot to recover an artifact he lost during World War II that may have the ability to travel through time.
At 2 hours and 40 minutes this flick is probably a bit overlong, but it never drags or wears out his welcome, unlike "Crystal Skull." I had low expectations for this, but was pleasantly surprised at how much I enjoyed it. I would watch it again, which is not something I can say about the previous "Indy" installment.

 on: December 01, 2023, 10:42:35 PM 
Started by Trevor - Last post by LilCerberus

The Adorable Snowman

 on: December 01, 2023, 10:38:26 PM 
Started by ER - Last post by chainsaw midget
Batman: TAS has far more mature performances over Christopher Nolan's Dark Knight trilogy (outside of Heath Ledger).

Ledger was a decent villain, but as the Joker he completely sucked.

Frankly, Nolan's entire Batman series felt to me like it was ashamed to be a superhero movie.  It was unnecessarily bleak, dull, and full of plot holes and lapses in logic. 

 on: December 01, 2023, 10:21:11 PM 
Started by Trevor - Last post by Jim H
Dragon Family is a Hong Kong action melodrama kind of thing.  It's just not good.  Bad characters, gruelingly cruel to its characters (there's a mass murder at someone's funeral).  I don't know, just not good or fun, unfocused and poorly written.  But then it has a pretty great action finale, choreographed and action directed by Lau Kar-Leung, one of the best to ever live.  Just watch it on its own.

 on: December 01, 2023, 10:14:26 PM 
Started by Rev. Powell - Last post by Jim H
I just rewatched Mad Max.  Had been ages since I saw the original film.  Opinion hasn't changed a whole lot.  It's worth a watch, but with its one foot in reality and character stuff...  Just doesn't work as well as the sequels.  Good villain, some memorable scenes, good action sequences, great ending, but a lot of the storyline barely exists, character motivations are thin, it's weirdly underwritten, it's just very rough.  Like a rough draft for the Road Warrior, which is vastly superior. 

I also watched Insidious: The Last Key.  Have to say I don't really care for this series very much, but my wife likes them so here I go.  All of them are badly written with bad characters and the same jump scare setups over and over.  You'll occasionally get some decently creepy scenes, but it's really hard to care.  Lin Shaye is always good, but she doesn't have enough to work with.  It's also really unclear what the rules of the setting are, like you have no idea what's going on.  For my money, the other James Wan involved spooky series, The Conjuring, especially the first one, is a lot better.  You understand what is happening much better, the creepy parts are built up to and set up, the jump scares are more effective, and the characters especially are MUCH better written. 

At least the main ghost in this looks pretty cool, and one character abruptly killing another was pretty satisfying.

 on: December 01, 2023, 09:54:46 PM 
Started by ER - Last post by Allhallowsday
I may be the exectpion here, but found the EXORCIST and A CLOCKWORK ORANGE to be exceptional films.

You're not an exception, they are both exceptional.  I think THE EXORCIST is a masterpiece.  I've never liked A CLOCKWORK ORANGE

Glad to see you back!

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