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The purveyors of many of your favorite horror or horrible movies are chronicled in a documentary "Electric Boogaloo" just added. It's about Cannon Films and quite a hoot to watch as well as a lot of hooters (of course).
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Originally Posted by Waboman View Post
Since you asked so nice let me play you a tune on my hand trumpet.
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Sorry to hear that.
I am a HUGE dog & cat lover and know first-hand the pain.

Indeed, we are as well; losing "Maximus" (named after Russell Crowe's character in Gladiator) was a massive blow to us that felt worse, in many ways, than losing a human relative. He started out as my parents' pooch but when my dad passed away and Max started showing signs of diabetes, my mom couldn't handle even the two Malteses she had, so my wife and I took him to care for him. It was a LOT of work, with dealing with the seizures and giving him tons of medication every day but it was well worth it because he survived a good few years longer than he was supposed to. We also had an awesome vet, which definitely helps.

The SXRD is an excellent RPTV.

Indeed; with really good 1080p content (i.e. well-mastered Blu-rays), the set is incredibly film-like with gobs of detail on elements such as facial close-ups, skin textures, asphalt pebbles, etc.

We definitely got our money's worth when we bought the KDS-50A2020 on sale in Sears those years ago...

My Mits. still looks good with BDs, but 4K content is coming on now (finally) and from what I have seen it looks pretty amazing.

I, too, am looking forward to the new format.


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