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post #31471 of 31552 Old 06-22-2020, 05:14 PM
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Shudder needs some work to do on their service. I wanted to watch a movie there last night and it was presenting a login or sign up. If you're like me you probably hate to use the app interfaces for login. Even after doing that the code you enter on the browser wouldn't display. This is not the first time it's happened. There are other things they need to work on too.
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Anyone watch the Creepshow (2019) TV show? If so, how is it? I'll be watching it but thought I'd just ask what you all though. It got rave reviews from critics though.
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I have been watching it this year, not sure if they are new or last years, as i didnt watch last year, but i like them a lot. Give it a try.
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I started watching it but lost interest.

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I haven't seen them all yet, but the the first few episodes were pretty good. More serious than the movie, real not hokey horror.
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I watched it on Shudder. What I found was there would often be one of the two episodes that was good and the other so-so. I cut the cable back in 2013 so don't have AMC but a lot of their shows are on Hulu these days.



Last night watched more of the Brazilian dark comedy "Ghost Hunters vs Bloody Mary" which is okay, not great. Thing about Shudder is they seem to have no problem finding more horror content during the covid drought and horror watchers aren't always so demanding. Amazon seems to be slowing down on series but they do have "Utopia" sitting in the wings and not sure why they haven't dropped it yet (I have a theory though).
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very campy horror but I like that style. Felt like Tales from the Crypt.

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very campy horror but I like that style. Felt like Tales from the Crypt.
Most traditional horror for decades has had a level of "camp", especially before you could show blood and gore on the screen.
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Most traditional horror for decades has had a level of "camp", especially before you could show blood and gore on the screen.
Yep. Camp Crystal Lake, Camp Arawak, Camp Blackfoot, Camp Stonewater, Camp Hurrah... Lots of camps.
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DVD, EPIX, Prime Video, HULU, VUDU




Director: Walter Grauman Writer: Luther Davis Stars: Olivia de Havilland, James Caan, Jennifer Billingsley

Released during the period when aging actresses were being recruited for pulpy thrillers, this movie is probably the least horrific of the bunch, but it's pulpy AF. It features Olivia de Havilland, Ann Sothern, Scatman Crothers, and a very young James Caan doing his best Brando impression. The opening credits themselves are a paradigm of insane imagery and sounds of rotten America: a young African-American girl running her roller skates on a sleeping bum's legs; a radio announcer laments "Is there an anti-Satan missile?"; and a dead dog rots in the middle of a busy suburban street. The movie is a mess. Massive plot points are left unresolved. The acting is ludicrously broad. And the characterizations are wildly over-the-top.



And yet, I love it. It's pulpy lunacy that descends into bat-s.h.i.t crazy chaos. From the credits ripped off from Saul Bass
Spoiler!
to the score ripped off from the Twilight Zone. This film, along with "What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?" transcended the genre. Olivia de Havilland plays a inappropriately doting mother of a grown man, and she becomes trapped in her private elevator when the power goes out on the holiday weekend. Her house is then invaded by a crazy wino with "repent" tattooed on his hands, a "plump" prostitute played by Ann Sothern, a one-eyed pawnbroker, and a trio of teenage junkies led by James Caan sporting pantyhose on his head. They bathe, fight and kill each other while Olivia de Havilland quotes her own overwrought and melodramatic poetry to herself ("He who unleashes the terror, reaps the terror!"). Occasionally she pleads with them, ("I'll pay you to stop this animal orgy!"). And she even pities them, ("You're one of the bits of awful produced by the welfare state. You're what so much of my tax money goes to feed and care for.") Olivia de Havilland is still stunning beautiful ; she was 47 during filming.


Lady in a Cage holds up as an entertaining, overwrought piece of shlock cinema. Little is known about its origins or production. Here's hoping a bluray release soon emerges with an updated transfer and some bonus content.


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Yep. Camp Crystal Lake, Camp Arawak, Camp Blackfoot, Camp Stonewater, Camp Hurrah... Lots of camps.
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Lady in a Cage holds up as an entertaining, overwrought piece of shlock cinema. Little is known about its origins or production. Here's hoping a bluray release soon emerges with an updated transfer and some bonus content.


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Double feature last night was "Cell" (2016) with John Cusack and Sameul L Jackson which I had watched before but seems fitting for the times and "The Assent" which is on Amazon and a winner in the exorcism category.
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So, I watched the first three episodes of the Creepshow (2019) TV show. Thought it was really good stuff. I really like this kind of style. Looking forward to watching the remaining three episodes.
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So, I watched the first three episodes of the Creepshow (2019) TV show. Thought it was really good stuff. I really like this kind of style. Looking forward to watching the remaining three episodes.
yeah I like horror/thriller anthologies. It's in the same vein as Twilight Zone, Tales from the Crypt, Outer Limits, etc.
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Hello gents! How’s everyone been? Like see this thread continue on with all things horror!

Well I bought and finished The Last of Us 2 and man what a roller coaster! I don’t think I was ready for this but I mustered thru the game to the finish! And the story might be off putting and disjointed (imo) but the game, mechanics and sound are top notch!
This game still has my wheels spinning as to what I would do because I identify for Joel.

Not going to spoil it but it’s worth a play but strap in!

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In the announcement Mike also supplies links to some sites that use the new software. It will be interesting to see how AVS Forum uses that API but I suspect it may not be popular with some.


In other news, I got the seat for my elitist easy chair apart. Now I get to see how elitist the price of the replacement foam and springs are.
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In the announcement Mike also supplies links to some sites that use the new software. It will be interesting to see how AVS Forum uses that API but I suspect it may not be popular with some.


In other news, I got the seat for my elitist easy chair apart. Now I get to see how elitist the price of the replacement foam and springs are.
Here's a video showing how these chairs are made these days ... by robots:
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Watched Session 9 on Netflix. Havent seen it in a long time.

Just as i remembered, its not my cup of tea. Spooky building but not spooky enough for me.

Again, for me, lack of gore and action is not for me. I can see many here liking it, but I like wilder stuff.

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In the announcement Mike also supplies links to some sites that use the new software. It will be interesting to see how AVS Forum uses that API but I suspect it may not be popular with some.


In other news, I got the seat for my elitist easy chair apart. Now I get to see how elitist the price of the replacement foam and springs are.
Here's a video showing how these chairs are made these days ... by robots:
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The other sites look good but I don't have accounts to see how they behave. This will be like my 3-4th upgrade here. I know for a fact not one single person will complain.
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Thanks for the heads up on the Ekornes Stressless Chairs/sofa . I want the Stressless® Stella Sofa $ 5,000 . Added it to my buckets list .

I have no idea what this dude is saying ...., I just want one of these Stressless® Stella

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c2Z50WN5xAw
Or you go this route and save a few hundred...


Heritage Exposition Sofa Top Grain Leather 7000, Powered Headrest, Power Recline, Brown

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