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Watched two movies recently: The Descent and Countdown.

The Descent was a re-watch. Probably first re-watch since I first watched it when it came out. Still a great movie. Countdown was a fun little horror movie. Critics hated it but audiences were mostly OK with it. I liked it.
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Happy Belated New Year, gorehounds! My wife and I were looking for something to watch NYE-related on the 1st and it's funny that Google listed Rosemary's Baby as an option. Of course, we opted to go with it...and even though it really has nothing to do with NYE other than a short clip of a NYE party, I had forgotten how outstanding this movie is. A highly suggested re-watch if your lists are bare.

In other news, we just finished Dracula on Netflix. Anyone else watch this "series" yet? I have to say, this was a strong effort. Its a 3-episode journey that puts an unexpectedly cool spin on the genre. The final episode was a little misguided it seemed, but I enjoyed the series as a whole. What have you got to lose.....check it out.
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Happy Belated New Year, gorehounds! My wife and I were looking for something to watch NYE-related on the 1st and it's funny that Google listed Rosemary's Baby as an option. Of course, we opted to go with it...and even though it really has nothing to do with NYE other than a short clip of a NYE party, I had forgotten how outstanding this movie is. A highly suggested re-watch if your lists are bare.

In other news, we just finished Dracula on Netflix. Anyone else watch this "series" yet? I have to say, this was a strong effort. Its a 3-episode journey that puts an unexpectedly cool spin on the genre. The final episode was a little misguided it seemed, but I enjoyed the series as a whole. What have you got to lose.....check it out.
Happy new year, AC. Yeah, I watched Dracula too. For the most part I enjoyed it. Especially the first two episodes. The bantering between Drac and the nun was pretty good. Overall something you can sink your teeth into.😉
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Something something Howling Netflix series.
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"Scare Campaign" which a couple of you have seen, I watched on Amazon last night. Good film.


I have "Joker" for tonight on UHD BD from the box.
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Watched two movies recently: The Descent and Countdown.

The Descent was a re-watch. Probably first re-watch since I first watched it when it came out. Still a great movie. Countdown was a fun little horror movie. Critics hated it but audiences were mostly OK with it. I liked it.
I liked Countdown too, loved the sequel set up at the end. The film reminded me of a cross between 'The Ring' and a Wes Craven movie.
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Tammy and the T-Rex (1994). This jurassic gem features an all star cast with a young Denise Richards and Paul Walker. With Bernie himself from A Weekend at Bernies and Buck from They Live. It's a classic and timeless tail about a high school cheerleader and her football player lover who is left for dead by her crazy ex-boyfiend only to have his brain transplanted by a mad scientist in an animatronic T-Rex. Like I said, timeless. This movie gets extra credit by the titles person messing up the opening title by misspelling Tammy and inserting Tanny. Classic.


Joe Bob worthy ?

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I have "Joker" for tonight on UHD BD from the box.
Me too. Will watch after the football games. So far there's been one bad game and one good game.

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Me too. Will watch after the football games. So far there's been one bad game and one good game.



This might be too cheesy even for Joe Bob.
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"Joker" was good. No extras on the disc but then it is a Warner product. Nice job of creating the era.


I've been finishing off the final season of "Preacher" which has a great story arc.


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I don't know about Joe Bob but I lasted only 10 minutes.
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Lol. Yeah, the cheese level is high in this one. Surprisingly it's getting released on 4K UHD disc. Take it home and make it a game. See if you can get past the first 15 minutes.

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Rented the 4K UHD disc of Gemini Man from the Redbox. Wanted to see this in 60fps HFR. The movie itself is alright. A bit corny. Now the 60fps was not to my liking. At least for a cinematic movie. Looked more like a video game or those fancy British shows you see on PBS. All in all, a decent rental.
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Here's one to keep your eye on.. Due out March 2020. Not completely traditional horror, but disturbing in the vein of good horror. Watch this a couple of times, it'll get under your skin.



Saint Maud (2019)

R | 1h 23min | Drama, Horror, Mystery | 27 March 2020 (USA)


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Midsommar had my wife and I intrigued the entire 2.5 hours but only wish the ending was better. Still a great movie.
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Midsommar had my wife and I intrigued the entire 2.5 hours but only wish the ending was better. Still a great movie.
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Fwiw, here is my review. Fyi, I did not have as positive a reaction to the movie as some here.

Technically speaking, Midsommar is not really a film btw, because it was captured digitally. (If you're wonderin how I know that, then see the negative format and cinematographic process listed here.) And I'm not a big fan of digital movies in general.

Pride & Prejudice & Zombies is a recent exception to that general rule. However, the picture on that was tweaked to have a more filmic look. My review fwiw. I bought PPZ on Blu-ray used btw, and PQ and SQ are pretty good.
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Rented the 4K UHD disc of Gemini Man from the Redbox. Wanted to see this in 60fps HFR. The movie itself is alright. A bit corny. Now the 60fps was not to my liking. At least for a cinematic movie. Looked more like a video game or those fancy British shows you see on PBS. All in all, a decent rental.
Yeah, the "soap opera" effect where higher frame rates start too look like you're watching a live soap opera using analog TV station floor cameras. From reading the forums here it seems that it's more the "idea" you're getting a higher frame rate than it's effect. Even with digital cameras at 24fps sometimes it looks more like video than film. Takes more than frame rate to give the film effect though.


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Fwiw, here is my review. Fyi, I did not have as positive a reaction to the movie as some here.

Technically speaking, Midsommar is not really a film btw, because it was captured digitally. (If you're wonderin how I know that, then see the negative format and cinematographic process listed here.) And I'm not a big fan of digital movies in general.

Pride & Prejudice & Zombies is a recent exception to that general rule. However, the picture on that was tweaked to have a more filmic look. My review fwiw. I bought PPZ on Blu-ray used btw, and PQ and SQ are pretty good.
Film is a concept in 2020, even with most things being shot on video, film schools are still called film schools. Funny thing is most digital shoots are going for a film-like look.

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Film is a concept in 2020, even with most things being shot on video, film schools are still called film schools...
That is laziness. And we shouldn't perpetuate it. Some are now using the term "digital film or filmmaking" as well, which is simply oxymoronic.

There are some companies experimenting with using microfilm for digital archiving purposes. Generally speaking though, film is an analog medium. Not a digital medium.

The film school I went to btw was called the School of Cinema-Television. And we actually used film back then. But that was many eons ago, when dinosaurs still roamed the earth...


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But that was many eons ago, when dinosaurs still roamed the earth...
I think I may have stolen that line from Tom Hanks' Golden Globe acceptance speech btw.


Guess not. Musta been somebody else.
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That is laziness. And we shouldn't perpetuate it. Some are now using the term "digital film or filmmaking" as well, which is simply oxymoronic.

There are some companies experimenting with using microfilm for digital archiving purposes. Generally speaking though, film is an analog medium. Not a digital medium.

The film school I went to btw was called the School of Cinema-Television. And we actually used film back then. But that was many eons ago, when dinosaurs still roamed the earth...

According to the last 'Jurassic World' movie, dinosaurs still roam the earth. You just need to know where to look
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There are some companies experimenting with using microfilm for digital archiving purposes. Generally speaking though, film is an analog medium. Not a digital medium.

The film school I went to btw was called the School of Cinema-Television. And we actually used film back then. But that was many eons ago, when dinosaurs still roamed the earth...
I'm seeing the term "captured by Alexa" (the Arri camera not the Amazon thing) or "captured with Red" these days instead of "filmed". Also noticing consumer priced cameras that can do 6K. Black Magic has one. If they have good stabilization (usually optical) maybe we'll see the end of the "Jamie got a video camera for his birthday and here's the video he shot before the family disappeared" shaky cam features.


I noted that Amazon has "Death Ride to Osaka" 4K restored starring (a young) Jennifer Jason Leigh. Decided to give it a while though Amazon isn't showing it in 4K. It's another trip to the "big hair" daze being a 1983 film.
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Watched Terminator: Dark Fate. Enjoyed it overall.

I now want to re-watch the first and second Terminator movies. Haven't seen them in forever.
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Just started a new series on Netflix. V Wars. Watched the first two episodes. Not bad.

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A friend who bought a 4K Vizio TV but does not own an Android phone tells me he watched a Netflix series and it said it was 4K. He is on a 4 user subscription his brother set up but was watching Netflix via Comcast and up until now only got HD as the Comcast "modem" which has Netflix would only allow that and not 4K. Someone gave him a funky Android tablet he hates so never put the Vizio app on it. As most of you know Vizio made the dumb mistake of using a Chromecast solution for their TVs. Unless Netflix has changed things I told him you only see 4K UHD listed it is coming through even with the 4 user subscription. He said the picture was indeed much sharper than usual.


Watch "One Night in October" on Amazon which is a decent low budget indie horror film.


I have "Gemini Man" on UHD BD from the box for tonight.
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