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20- JEEPERS CREEPERS II – 2003. This series is a guilty pleasure of mine and I when I saw the bluray combo pack at Bestbuy for $9.95 for 1 & 2 – I could not resist. Original DVD of this looks pretty good and the bluray looks even better and audio seems a little better IIRC. Other than Ray Wise is a cast of no names but they all did a good enough job. Problem is, for some reason, I have Bill Paxton on the brain. Seems like every horror film I watch has a character that I see being done better in the Bill Paxton, Aliens or True Lies mold.

Favorite lines
“We just dropped a notch on the food chain” This would have been a great Paxton line - especially if he finished the sentence with "man." And then "We're ALL going to DIE." biggrin.gif
Paxton from Predator 2:

Jerry Lambert: Okay everybody, just take a deep breath. Loosen your sphincters. We don't need any rush hour Rambos here.

Leona Cantrell: Hey, are your balls okay?
Jerry Lambert: Fine. How are yours?

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I Spit On Your Grave 2 - 3.5 sick effing zombies
This one has seemed to get mostly high marks (oink excluded of course) so I was anxious to see it. Unfortunately the torture just lasted a bit too long for my stomach
See, we CAN agree.tongue.gif
post #7502 of 9794
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Ok, getting caught up here...



October 14th:

The Thing (2011) - 3.5 CGI zombiethings

October 15th:

I Spit On Your Grave 2 - 3.5 sick effing zombies

House on Haunted Hill (1959) - 3.5 black and white zombies
October 16th:

Session 9 - 5 mind effing zombies

Pacific Rim - 4.5 LFE MONSTER ZOMBIES

Nice group of movies there.

Totally agree with your Thing review.

Surprised that PR is getting such good reviews from everyone? I totally enjoyed it and rated at 4.75 big ass Zombies but there are some issues with the movie that I did not let slow down my enjoyment but I thought others would find fault? Looks like we all just want to have a good time and this does it!! biggrin.gif

OINK will probably be the party pooper. wink.gif

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Ok, since 2 vets on this thread put up Pacific Rim, I will do the same!

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21, Pacific Rim, Guillermo del Toro, 2013 3DBD. Ok I am a bit bias because I have grown up with being a mecha/Japanese manga fan and I always thought how cool would it be to pilot one of those giant Mechs. The past Godzillas' were cool, Robot Jox was a joke ha, Cloverfield came close and then GDT stepped in and did it! I watched this in 3D and in 2D, if you have the capability 3D is the way to go on this film. One thing that stands out in this film is SCALE, everything is huge and it should be! Other than that what a fun ride and seeing your childhood dreams become 'reality'. PQ and SQ was superior and this was a 3D post conversion. The sets alone were awesome to look at it was seamless with the CGI. Monsters were very cool and all looked different/menacing! Worth the buy if you are into Robots and Monsters.

4.5 300FT Zombies
Very nice!

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I wanted a land battle between Kaiju and Jaegers.
I wonder if the night and water spray helped to preserve the believability of the action sequences. Tech may not be ready for the hard light of day. Maybe in part 2. biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by BornSlippyZ View Post

Part 2 next to the great wall of China! tongue.gif
That would look really cool.
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Originally Posted by darthrsg View Post

Some hot Jaeger on Jaeger between Russia and US would be cool too: I MUST BREAK YOU
I love it when you talk like that
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Originally Posted by oink View Post

Paxton from Predator 2:

Jerry Lambert: Okay everybody, just take a deep breath. Loosen your sphincters. We don't need any rush hour Rambos here.

Leona Cantrell: Hey, are your balls okay?
Jerry Lambert: Fine. How are yours?
See, we CAN agree.tongue.gif

Exactly! That is an awesome Paxton line.
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I think you are right GoCabo on PR having the weather mask or make the CG robots look more real. The only reservation I had before hand of buying PR was that everyone was saying theatrically the film was too dark to make details. Well the movie was dark but it had enough light to make out every detail. I also asked for help on fine tuning my Pj and I turned up the brightness (along with other adjustments and not sacrificing black level) a bit because I had my Pj way too dark. So maybe some of you guys can adjust the picture a bit to see more.
post #7504 of 9794
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I think you are right GoCabo on PR having the weather mask or make the CG robots look more real. The only reservation I had before hand of buying PR was that everyone was saying theatrically the film was too dark to make details. Well the movie was dark but it had enough light to make out every detail. I also asked for help on fine tuning my Pj and I turned up the brightness (along with other adjustments and not sacrificing black level) a bit because I had my Pj way too dark. So maybe some of you guys can adjust the picture a bit to see more.
My issue is accidentally bought the SD version off Amazon Instant.
post #7505 of 9794
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Originally Posted by BornSlippyZ View Post

I think you are right GoCabo on PR having the weather mask or make the CG robots look more real. The only reservation I had before hand of buying PR was that everyone was saying theatrically the film was too dark to make details. Well the movie was dark but it had enough light to make out every detail. I also asked for help on fine tuning my Pj and I turned up the brightness (along with other adjustments and not sacrificing black level) a bit because I had my Pj way too dark. So maybe some of you guys can adjust the picture a bit to see more.
It was fine for me with my ISF night settings but of course if I was watching it in the day time even with the curtains drawn I would have used the day setting or even THX Brightroom 3D.

A big part of the enjoyment of this film for me was the presentation... the 3D was awesome, the audio track and LFE were fantastic, and the PQ was reference. They were smart about it and used a 1.78 AR so you really had a sense of the massive scale of each bot, creature, and battle.
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My issue is accidentally bought the SD version off Amazon Instant.

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Originally Posted by General Kenobi View Post

It was fine for me with my ISF night settings but of course if I was watching it in the day time even with the curtains drawn I would have used the day setting or even THX Brightroom 3D.

A big part of the enjoyment of this film for me was the presentation... the 3D was awesome, the audio track and LFE were fantastic, and the PQ was reference. They were smart about it and used a 1.78 AR so you really had a sense of the massive scale of each bot, creature, and battle.

LOL. For real I was trying to apply a credit for The Purge and hit it.
post #7507 of 9794
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My issue is accidentally bought the SD version off Amazon Instant.

Call customer service and see if they will give you a free HD rental? Amazon usually has great customer service.

Agreed Kenobi and I like 3d with the full 16x9 because the presentation is great!
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Originally Posted by BornSlippyZ View Post

Call customer service and see if they will give you a free HD rental? Amazon usually has great customer service.

Agreed Kenobi and I like 3d with the full 16x9 because the presentation is great!

Yep, even with the digital stuff, if you accidentally purchased the wrong item, they will usually give you the correct download for free. Hit em up.
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Yep, even with the digital stuff, if you accidentally purchased the wrong item, they will usually give you the correct download for free. Hit em up.

I'll give it a go but it was last weekend.
post #7510 of 9794
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Originally Posted by BornSlippyZ View Post

Call customer service and see if they will give you a free HD rental? Amazon usually has great customer service.

Agreed Kenobi and I like 3d with the full 16x9 because the presentation is great!
For sure! I always go into drool mode on the portions of Transformers 2 and Dark Knight films when the AR shifts for the IMAX sequences. I was showing my 3 year old son a quick view of the opening of PR giving him a taste of 3D and he reached out and said "there are fishy's in our house?" lol

I hope they green light a sequel and get creative with the plot and fight locations.
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Ghost Machine -- 2009




Nothing new here, but I enjoyed this "B" movie anywho.

Tension is kept throughout.
Although there are some holes, I thought it had a reasonably well constructed plot.
There is a bit of shaky acting now and then...still, fairly solid performances.
The SFX are good....nothing super.

The AV of the DVD is excellent.

I give this rental 3 competent zombies.
post #7512 of 9794
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Originally Posted by GoCaboNow View Post


OINK will probably be the party pooper. wink.gif
To quote Paxton in Predator 2 again..."it's my speciality."tongue.gif

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Originally Posted by General Kenobi View Post

I was showing my 3 year old son a quick view of the opening of PR giving him a taste of 3D and he reached out and said "there are fishy's in our house?" lol
Ahhh, that's sweet.cool.gif
post #7513 of 9794
I have to agree with a couple of the most recent reviews. The Last House On The Left from 2009 is very good, in fact I would say it was the 2nd best horror movie that I watched during the month of October 2012 (behind The Descent). Now I would like to see the 1972 version. Also I thought the 2011 version of The Thing was decent despite the hate it got from some folks. It is a pretty good prequel to the 1982 movie.

Tonight I watched another horror movie, Hatchet from 2006, but was not in the greatest of moods tonight. One of my co-workers asked me casually what I was going to do tonight and he got genuinely upset when I said I would most likely watch a horror movie. He asked me if all I do with my time is watch horror movies and he went on a rant about how he hates horror movies and how they are so predictable, etc.. Sheesh. I didn't think it was THAT big of a deal. Maybe he was just having a bad day. Then my boss was being exceptionally anal today for some reason and wanting to keep me doing something right up until the very last moment of my shift. I guess it must be a full moon right now! rolleyes.gif

Oh well, in the grand scale of things, I suppose it isn't that bad.
post #7514 of 9794
31. A Nightmare on Elm Street: The Dream Child. Another solid entry in the series where the tides turns you against Freddy, he's just out stirring shirt for the hell of it now. He is coming into the dreams of an unborn child to finish off those who would go against him. Spectacular camerawork and effects are the highlights. The dream world just keeps getting weirder and weirder. This entry is higher on drama than scares and you know what to expect by now from this series. It's been a blast watching them back to back. 4 stars



This movie has:

Death by comic book.
Stunning camerawork. Truly a sight to behold.
Man becoming one with a machine.
You wondering why you're rooting for a child killer.


32. Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare. Cash grabbing finale to an epic story that gets us to root for a child killer. That point is driven home sharply in this installment and after watching all of them back to back it was indeed time for Freddy to die. He isn't a nice guy after all. This movie still has awesome effects but I never liked the characters too much. It really needed the Dream Warriors team. Probably my least favorite of the series but still has some cool things to see. 3 stars



This movie has:
Weak characters.
Deep insight to Freddy's origins that drive home the fact he's not a cool dude.
an entire film circling the drain on a 3d sequence.
Freddy playing with power.


33. The Lords of Salem. On my second watch I found a lot to like in this visually stunning tale of witchcraft. I'm not a huge RZ fan but I think is my favorite movie of his. Dark, foreboding, and full of imagery that needs to be analyzed like a Kubrick film are the hallmarks. I feel it started at a 7 and went to a 9 but never got to 11. Still an enjoyable movie that harkens back to older films. 3.5 stars



This movie has:

Kubrick style imaging that needs to be decoded by bloggers for years to come.
Midget with flippers standing by your bed.
Grating audio like fingernails on a chalkboard.
Sasquatch living in a Crucifix.
Sheri ass like Miley Cyrus.
Ladies in their 70's from the 1870's.
Ladies that never heard of plastic surgery.
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Hi all. Things continue to not go well this month, but I just worked a movie in.

AMERICAN MARY - first time watch. I have no patience and no head right now, so I probably would have enjoyed this more if I felt better mentally. Still, i enjoyed it a lot. I of course would have liked to have actually seen a lot more gore and torture in it, but overall it created a good mood and was certainly worth watching. I will rate it a 3.5

OCTOBER 2013 MOVIES WATCHED (1-5 Zombie ratings):
01) TORTURE ROOM.....................................2 brainwashed Zombies
02) DEAD SNOW............................................3-1/2 semi-intelligent Nazi Zombies
03) THE DEMENTED......................................1 germ-infected Zombie
04) LIFEFORCE.. ...........................................2-1/2 naked space Zombies
05) ZOMBIE ARMAGEDDON.........................2-3/4 atomic Zombies
06) THE DEAD............................................... 2-3/4 scenic african Zombies
07) HELLBOUND HELLRAISER II .................3 pin-headed Zombies
08) SHARKNADO............................................4 fun campy shark-eaten Zombies
09) STORM WARNING...................................2 suspenseful Zombies
10) THE FRIGHTENERS................................3-1/4 fun Zombies
11) WORLD WAR Z........................................4-1/2 large quantities of Zombies
12) AMERICAN MARY....................................3-1/2 medical Zombies
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Not out until Dec 13th but this looks like it has some promise! Sorry for the link but the redband trailer is not up on youtube yet... NSFW of course but y'all need to check it out.

http://api.indieclicktv.com/page/addthis/b51134344b4b64572c52606f9e8f148c/5260366e82e84/index.html


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Whoa that trailer has some flashes of wtf just happened! Definitely piqued my interest!
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18. The Awakening (first-time viewing)
Cynical 1920's British ghostbuster (and WWI widow) is hired to investigate paranormal activity at an isolated boarding school. All the elements are here: beautiful settings, creepy kids appearing in blurred photos, vintage ghost-detecting equipment, dark hallways and darker secrets, as well as the requisite weird groundskeeper who may or may not be a red herring. But somehow full success eludes the film and you're ultimately left with a sense that an opportunity was squandered here and that this movie isn't as good as it could have been. Perhaps it's the pacing, perhaps its the understated drama, perhaps it's the predictable twists. It sets things up nicely, looks and sounds great, but really doesn't deliver any significant scares despite trying several times. I suspect the filmmakers don't really "get" horror--it's like they've followed a recipe and measured everything very carefully, but in the end it just doesn't taste quite right. On the plus side, "The Awakening" is the type of movie for those of you with horror-shy spouses who'd like to watch a movie with you in October. You won't hate it, but after it's over you won't think much about it. 3 out of 5 stars.

Bob's October 2013 Horror Movie List
FTV denotes first time viewing
1. Some Guy Who Kills People (FTV)
2. Uzumaki (FTV)
3. The Pact (2011) (FTV)
4. Midnight Son (FTV)
5. Excision (FTV)
6. Absentia (FTV)
7. Sleep Tight (FTV)
8. Lunacy (FTV)
9. Frankenstein's Army (FTV)
10. The Woman in Black (FTV)
11. Color Me Blood Red (FTV)
12. Chained (FTV)
13. Frankenweenie
14. Mum and Dad (FTV)
15. Malevolence (FTV)
16. V/H/S/2 (FTV)
17. Juan of the Dead (FTV)
18. The Awakening (FTV)
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17. Midnight Son (2011)- {3/5} DVD (First-time viewing) This is an indie film about a man who struggles to learn how to live (and love) as a vampire in modern day society. There are no references to how he became a vampire and it appears that he is not even aware of it until well into the movie. The co-plot deals with his newfound relationship with a woman who happens to be a cocaine addict and the issues they face trying to make their relationship work given their personal issues. The movie seems to have been given really good reviews from the masses and it’s not that I disagree that it’s a good movie, but it just wasn’t my bag. It goes out of its way to be different from the usual vampire fare and I give it credit for that; however, it would have been more appealing if there was a little more “spice” tossed in here and there. In the end, it was cool to see something different when it comes to vampire films and it really was well done overall, but for my personal tastes it gets a 3/5.
Edited by ApolloCreed - 10/18/13 at 10:00am
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Originally Posted by The Mice View Post

One of my co-workers asked me casually what I was going to do tonight and he got genuinely upset when I said I would most likely watch a horror movie. He asked me if all I do with my time is watch horror movies and he went on a rant about how he hates horror movies and how they are so predictable, etc..
It's ok. Not everybody gets horror, but we all have something we get into. He probably does not have the guts to open up about his hobbies/fetishes. eek.gifsmile.gif
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I think you are right GoCabo on PR having the weather mask or make the CG robots look more real. The only reservation I had before hand of buying PR was that everyone was saying theatrically the film was too dark to make details. Well the movie was dark but it had enough light to make out every detail. I also asked for help on fine tuning my Pj and I turned up the brightness (along with other adjustments and not sacrificing black level) a bit because I had my Pj way too dark. So maybe some of you guys can adjust the picture a bit to see more.

Sounds like you already have it handled but I like the AVS709 disc you can download for free in the calibration part of AVS. Has nice calibration screens to set contrast and brightness to get max bright scene detail and dark scene detail. I have the Disney WOW calibration disc and the AVS one worked MUCH better.

PR had fantastic AV and am doing a viewing party this weekend so look forward to watching it again.smile.gif
Edited by GoCaboNow - 10/18/13 at 10:13am
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got these in last night.

21- Mum & Dad – 2008 FTV. I haven’t hit the crazy family, abduction and torture genre much yet this year so this was fresh look. smile.gif
Seems like the horror genre is filled with crappily made movie after crappily made movie. For a low budget, no name movie the first thing I look for as a positive sign is writer/director combo. This had it and you could tell he made the movie he wanted to. I am sure it did not take a lot of money to make this but it still looked and did everything it should have. The main leads did their part very well and I especially liked the three main female leads. The main female victim looked to be pretty physical and surprised they did not play that angle up a bit. Also, surprising to see on IMDB that she graduated from Harvard. The Mum and Dad characters will certainly be memorable to me and, funny thing, is I used to work with a guy that is physically a dead ringer for “Dad”. So, yeah, I’ve got that going for me…Not a game changer and everything plays out the way you would expect, but really well made for what they were trying to do. Not a ton of gore, but enough to get the point across.
3 sadistic Zombies

22- Prince of Darkness – 1987. I guess I have seen bits and pieces of this over the years on TV but never sat down for the full thing. 1987 James Carpenter flic that was a bit of a mixed bag for me. Creepy vibe to the entity in the basement and typical Carpenter good effects, score and mood. But the "college" students all looked to be in their 30's - including Jameson Parker who was almost 40 at the time of filming - LOL. Just made it seem a little hokie. Typical good Donald Pleasance and a very good setup but the payoff was frustrating to me. The pick off kills were almost TV-like and the final act felt rushed and incomplete. I know it’s by design, but as a creature feature fan, I wanted the typical mano a mano with the entity in the box. JC went a different route and probably made a more thought provoking entry because of it, but not the satisfaction that I wanted since it was late and I want simple. smile.gif

Still, pretty well done and always fun/funny to check out a genre 80's flic.
3.25 Zombies with high wasted jeans

My October 2013 list
1-No One Lives -2012 FTV. 3 Psycho Zombies
2-Cockneys Vs Zombies – 2012 FTV 3.5 Cockney Zombies
3-Juan of the Dead – 2011 FTV. 3 dissident Zombies
4- Shaun of the Dead – 2004. 4 British Zombies
5-SPECIES II – 1998. 3.5 procreating Zombies
6-HALLOWEEN Rob Zombie style – 2007 FTV. 3 knife wielding Zombies
7-American Mary – 2013 FTV. 3 Modified Zombies
8- The Demented - 2012 FTV. -3.5 STINKER OF THE YEAR Zombies
9- Cemetery Man - 1994 FTV. 3 dinner plate Zombies
10-Trick r Treat – 2007. 4.5 old fashioned Zombies
11-OTIS – 2007 FTV. 4 no date to the prom Zombies
12-MANBORG – 2011 FTV. 5 ridiculously awesome Zombies
13-Frankenstein's Army - 2013 FTV. 4 Frankenstein Zombies
14-Vampire Hunter D: BLOODLUST – 2000 FTV. 4 Ghibli Zombies
15-Thale – 2013 FTV. 3 coulda shoulda woulda Zombies.
16- The skin I live in – FTV. 3 cringing Zombies
17-Evil Dead – 2013 FTV. 4 self amputee Zombies
18-The amazing adventures of the living corpse – 2013 FTV. 2 not amazing Zombies
19-PACIFIC RIM – 2013 FTV. 4.75 big ass Zombies
20- JEEPERS CREEPERS II – 2003. 3.5 creeper Zombies
21- Mum & Dad – 2008 FTV. 3 sadistic Zombies
22- Prince of Darkness – 1987. 3.25 Zombies with high wasted jeans
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Damn! we're already the 17th and I'm soooo late in my horror schedule!... I feel so useless right now biggrin.gif ....BUT, tomorrow is my day off and I'm going to see Carrie! I'll report back, dammit! smile.gif

Well how was it? Review from bluray.com made it sound like a cash grab targeting current teeny boppers and not a serious entry into the genre?

I love me some Chloe Moretz, and after KA2 bombed, would be nice to see her tied to a box office success.

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Man....you're one sickf_ck...tongue.gif

Best thing anyone has said to me in the last few days...cool.gif
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Things continue to not go well this month, but I just worked a movie in.
I probably would have enjoyed this more if I felt better mentally.
Take some time off....your fellow AVS horrorphiles give you permission.
We'll save your seat.wink.gif

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Best thing anyone has said to me in the last few days...cool.gif
We Oregonians look after each other....biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by GoCaboNow View Post

It's ok. Not everybody gets horror, but we all have something we get into. He probably does not have the guts to open up about his hobbies/fetishes. eek.gifsmile.gif


Ha ha, no doubt about the hobbies/fetishes thing! But his reaction to a seemingly simple answer to his question kind of took me aback. Oh well, to each their own. I diffused the situation by mentioning that I mostly like action movies. It wasn't worth starting the Third World War over, especially at work. smile.gif
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Take some time off....your fellow AVS horrorphiles give you permission.
We'll save your seat.wink.gif

Yes! Loved ones come first. Best wishes yankeeman!
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Originally Posted by BornSlippyZ View Post

Whoa that trailer has some flashes of wtf just happened! Definitely piqued my interest!

Yup.
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Originally Posted by The Mice View Post

Ha ha, no doubt about the hobbies/fetishes thing! But his reaction to a seemingly simple answer to his question kind of took me aback. Oh well, to each their own. I diffused the situation by mentioning that I mostly like action movies. It wasn't worth starting the Third World War over, especially at work. smile.gif

I'D BE ALL LIKE UP IN HIS GRILL DO YOU READ SUTTER CANE
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My issue is accidentally bought the SD version off Amazon Instant.
I did that with the current season of "Sons of Anarchy". Their site is not so well geared to the customer to put up the HD version if everything you've ordering is HD. I'm canceling the SD version of SOA after watching this week's episode. I cut the cable so this is the first week watching streaming. I'll still come out ahead just buying the individual full price HD episodes. That's one thing that has changed this TV season is they are selling discounted "season passes" where you can cancel anytime but usually have to purchase at least 3 episodes. Given network shows on AMC and FX go on hiatus in December and January that's a good break for the viewer.

I found the SD encoding of "Son of Anarchy" to be pretty bad too. I'll have to toss one up on the Windows machine to see what it's bitrate is. I'm not overly thrilled with their HD encoding either. And last nights horror view was the 2nd episode of "American Horror Story: Coven". I like where the show is going and we have more themes going on than just witches.
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Whoa that trailer has some flashes of wtf just happened! Definitely piqued my interest!

Can't get it past my work firewall. Some links are like that...frown.gif
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I'D BE ALL LIKE UP IN HIS GRILL DO YOU READ SUTTER CANE


Now THAT is hilarious, especially when you view the video clip at the following link:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k-ZHNRKZlfc


Classic!
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