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« Reply #7710 on: June 30, 2014, 11:53:12 PM »

I will never rent another film by this man.
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« Reply #7711 on: July 01, 2014, 06:09:43 AM »


This afternoon, I had rented what looked like a fun piece of B-movie cheese called BIGFOOT VS. D. B. COOPER.
Five minutes in, I hit the fast forward button.  I only let up on it three times throughout the feature.  Basically,
90% of the film is young men with perfect abs jogging, swimming, showering, and flexing in front of the mirror
while holding toy guns.  This is NOT an exaggeration.


Betting this is by David DeCoteau...

[looks it up on IMDB]

Yep, DeCoteau.

He had a few good movies way back in the day but yeah, it's all buff boys in underpants now.
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« Reply #7712 on: July 01, 2014, 07:38:45 AM »

hahaha

the Huster - It took me forever to get through this movie. I don't like pool or method acting, I've realized. Paul Newman is an awesome pool player. the first half hour is him playing pool and method acting (or whatever) with Jackie Gleason as Minnesota Fats. Then he meets a not very attractive, interesting, and really mostly annoying girl played by Piper Laurie and shacks up with her. I don't get what she was supposed to be or why she was so upset about his playing pool. The movie is okay but in general I think the girl was miscast and the vibe was kind of a weird combination of noir and east coast fancy pants theatre. A long 2 hours plus. all you mens men will like the pool stuff but I'd stick to stuff like DOA or Night of the Hunter 3/ 5
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« Reply #7713 on: July 01, 2014, 08:55:37 PM »

"Beverly Hills Cop" (1984) Eddie Murphy became a bonafide movie star thanks to this now classic action comedy, playing a wise ass Detroit cop who heads to the 90210 to solve his buddy's murder. Fast and funny, this flick still holds up well 30 (!!) years after its release.
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« Reply #7714 on: July 02, 2014, 06:02:12 AM »

Flesh Wounds (2011) - imagine if Predator had been written and directed by an 8th grader and they replaced Ahnold with Kevin Sorbo  BounceGiggle This is as stupid as it gets but it's kind of grown on me now (like a fungus). 3/5.

Dead Mine (2012) - some people go into an old mine which the Japanese used as a bunker complex in WWII. They're looking for gold but instead find strange mutated beasties that ain't too friendly. It's kind of slow moving but I though it maintained some decent suspense and the characters were just good enough to make it work. The ending is kind of chuckle-inducing but it's still a good time IMO. 3.5/5.
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« Reply #7715 on: July 02, 2014, 01:24:24 PM »


This afternoon, I had rented what looked like a fun piece of B-movie cheese called BIGFOOT VS. D. B. COOPER.
Five minutes in, I hit the fast forward button.  I only let up on it three times throughout the feature.  Basically,
90% of the film is young men with perfect abs jogging, swimming, showering, and flexing in front of the mirror
while holding toy guns.  This is NOT an exaggeration.


Betting this is by David DeCoteau...

[looks it up on IMDB]

Yep, DeCoteau.

He had a few good movies way back in the day but yeah, it's all buff boys in underpants now.

I stopped watching new DeCoteau movies after Grizzly Rage (2007). Mind you this wasn't about buff boys in undies but Grizzly Rage was just soulless dull dreck and a pain to sit through.
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« Reply #7716 on: July 02, 2014, 02:04:14 PM »

This morning I rented and watched an offering from The Asylum called THE CO-ED AND THE ZOMBIE STONER.
This was a goofy, fun flick about a brainy sorority girl (who only won admission so she could help the other girls with
their homework) who falls in love with a zombie in the science department, whose carnivorous rage is controlled via
daily intake of marijuana smoke.  They start dating, somebody punches him at a party, he gets mad and bites them,
and there is a full-scale zombie apocalypse on campus.  Lots of cheesy gore and bare female bodies on display - I
think that Jack would thoroughly enjoy this one!
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« Reply #7717 on: July 02, 2014, 03:29:13 PM »

This morning I rented and watched an offering from The Asylum called THE CO-ED AND THE ZOMBIE STONER.
This was a goofy, fun flick about a brainy sorority girl (who only won admission so she could help the other girls with
their homework) who falls in love with a zombie in the science department, whose carnivorous rage is controlled via
daily intake of marijuana smoke.  They start dating, somebody punches him at a party, he gets mad and bites them,
and there is a full-scale zombie apocalypse on campus.  Lots of cheesy gore and bare female bodies on display - I
think that Jack would thoroughly enjoy this one!

I think he would too!  I'll have to make a point of checking that out  TeddyR
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« Reply #7718 on: July 02, 2014, 09:21:34 PM »

"Small Soldiers" (1998) High tech action figures powered by military grade microchips wage war in a suburban subdivision in this fun action comedy from Joe "Gremlins" Dante. Cool effects and a great cast that includes Dante regular Dick Miller, Kirsten Dunst, Denis Leary, the late Phil Hartman,and Jay Mohr.
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« Reply #7719 on: July 03, 2014, 07:36:55 AM »

"Escape Plan" (2013) Sly Stallone is a security expert hired to find the flaws in a supposedly escape proof high tech prison, who enlists the help if an inmate (Arnold!) to make it happen. If this movie had been made 25 years ago it would've been a license to print money. As it is, it's a cool action/suspense thriller, you can tell that Sly and Arnold are having fun.
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« Reply #7720 on: July 03, 2014, 08:04:26 AM »

Three recent viewings:
ESCAPE FROM TOMORROW - A surrealistic psychological thriller, shot on black & white film, all inside Disneyland without the company's authorization.  A middle aged-man has a meltdown and begins compulsively stalking a pair of French twin girls while on vacation with his family in Disneyland.  Weird and compelling, many of the people in the film were Disney guests who had no idea they were being filmed.

UNCUT - A boring British horror film about the troupe of a play going to the basement for a "wrap" party and they all start dying . . . shot in one continuous 80 minute run, a gimmick which gets old very fast - although that may be due to the poor acting and bad plot.

CHASING THE LEGEND - a decent "found footage" bigfoot movie.  Never really get a good look at the big furry guy, but decent tension and acting make it a pretty tolerable outing.
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« Reply #7721 on: July 03, 2014, 10:04:29 AM »

MIDNIGHT SKATER (2002): A killer chops up college students on campus in this unfunny, amateur, shot-on-video gore comedy with necrophilia, castration and zombie attacks. It's a student film, but the students obviously weren't film majors (my guess is "general studies"). You could like it twice as much as I did and give it a 1/5.
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« Reply #7722 on: July 03, 2014, 11:31:49 AM »

CHASING THE LEGEND - a decent "found footage" bigfoot movie.  Never really get a good look at the big furry guy, but decent tension and acting make it a pretty tolerable outing.

Is the title correct? Nothing on IMDb, absolutely nothing when I google.
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« Reply #7723 on: July 03, 2014, 05:04:18 PM »

"Airplane!" (1980) the Zucker Bros.' epic parody of air disaster flicks is still one of the funniest - and most quotable - movies of all time. It never gets old!
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« Reply #7724 on: July 03, 2014, 05:43:22 PM »

CHASING THE LEGEND - a decent "found footage" bigfoot movie.  Never really get a good look at the big furry guy, but decent tension and acting make it a pretty tolerable outing.

Is the title correct? Nothing on IMDb, absolutely nothing when I google.

HUNTING THE LEGEND - my bad!!!
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