News: Now in post-production: THE MULE, directed by and starring Clint Eastwood!

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 on: Yesterday at 09:29:20 AM 
Started by The Schofield Kid - Last post by Gant
Nice version of Bowie's Man Who Sold the World on that ..

 on: Yesterday at 08:49:02 AM 
Started by Richard Earl - Last post by Matt
Oh this is for Vinyl... well in that case, it's been a very long time. I'll see if I can find "what was the last CD you bought" thread.

As for Wings Greatest, I probably still have that somewhere.

 on: Yesterday at 05:17:47 AM 
Started by The Schofield Kid - Last post by Jed Cooper
Wow, I haven’t gone out of my way to see a horror movie since Hannibal in 2001 and prior to that, Halloween 5 in 1989.  I’m not a fan of the genre, but made an exception for my smokin’ hot date that night in the 80’s.  As for Hannibal, I’d gone to check it out with my then brother-in-law for a couple of reasons.  First, we both enjoyed Silence Of The Lambs very much and second, my then wife and I had been to a church in Italy that appears in the film.  It was exciting to recognize it on the big screen and say, “Hey! I was there!”

In one of the early scenes, Hannibal slices open one of his victims and his blood and guts are shown splashing down to the street below, from high above a balcony.  I couldn’t stop laughing!  I was cracking up into the next scene, thinking I might be asked to leave. 

So, aside from it not being a preferred movie genre, my reaction to that scene sealed my fate with respect to seeing horror films.  ...Until now.

For the past few years ...hmm, since experiencing separation and then divorce, along with some other unpleasant situations, I’ve considered revisiting the genre on the big screen. 

As it turns out, The Nun was a perfect choice.  I did react as I had anticipated, but didn’t laugh so loud as to disrupt the other patrons.  My ex-wife’s Uncle Andy was curious, too and we decided to see it last night.  We both enjoyed it very much.  It wasn’t an outrageously silly, ridiculous scare fest but there was plenty of blood and gore.  Just enough to whet my appetite for more. 

Not sure I’ll be seeing a lot in the upcoming months, but I may give the latest Halloween film a try.  If you’re into these kinds of films, I recommend The Nun.


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 on: Yesterday at 04:55:44 AM 
Started by Richard Earl - Last post by Jed Cooper

Glad to finally own this on vinyl again.  I played my brothers’ record repeatedly in my teenage years. 

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 on: September 19, 2018, 11:59:39 PM 
Started by Lena - Last post by Gant
I'm not sure if it's on Netflix but I'm really enjoying a drama called Killing Emma right now..

 on: September 19, 2018, 11:58:49 PM 
Started by Lena - Last post by Gant
There's only one of me Matt :) :)

To be honest when we was kids there was only three tv channels (one virtually unwatchable) and only a very short time late afternoon allotted to children's tv so basically very little choice... Although of course I had best chair...

I don't really remember my younger sister having any real taste in tv but my Dad liked Star Trek which was cool... ( Tho I think some of the very short skirts might have had something to do with it ;) )

But I do remember the Sunday afternoon movie slot over here which is where I became addicted to movies, this is where I saw most of the Hollywood classics for the first time.. Westerns, war, drama etc..

 on: September 19, 2018, 01:25:51 PM 
Started by The Schofield Kid - Last post by Matt
I opened my Nirvana Unplugged CD today and the disc is missing. I haven't seen it in years, so I assume it's gone forever. I just bought it again, along with the With The Lights Out box set

Hard to believe it's been nearly 25 years since we lost Kurt.

 on: September 19, 2018, 08:26:10 AM 
Started by Lena - Last post by AKA23
Should have known there was more than one of you! ;)

I was the older brother, and while I have never seen “Lost in Space,” I did commandeer the television and regularly force my brother to watch “The West Wing” during my teenage years. He wanted to watch “Birds Of Prey,” which was a terrible comicbook program that only lasted one season.

. A few years ago, my brother decided to watch all the seasons of The West Wing on his own, which back then he had no interest in. He fought me every step of the way back then. He shared that after watching the series that he agreed that I was right about the show all those years ago. Some of us older brothers have good taste in TV. Which is far superior to our younger brothers. I never had a favorite spot on the couch. My brother could sit wherever he desired.

 on: September 19, 2018, 08:14:24 AM 
Started by Rawhide7 - Last post by AKA23
While I don’t know if Eastwood may have been a vegan earlier on in life, he doesn’t appear to be one now. He visited a restaurant during the filming of The Mule, and an article aboit it was written, which shared that he ordered salmon.

 on: September 19, 2018, 05:41:36 AM 
Started by Rawhide7 - Last post by Tang Lung
Supposedly Hitler wasn't strict vegan , he did eat lamb few times a yr (he also ate apple cake during the nights) :P

I've tried vegan , it feels like I don't get full and then I compensate with candy which is even worse :/

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