Oct-12-2009, 07:07 AM #1
Whatchinz watchin? Movies an' at
Watched "Obsessed" starring Beyonce' and Ali Larter....Ali Larter stalkin' you? Some guys have all the luck! loll
.....btw, Magic Johnson executive produced this movie. I don't suppose the Magic man ever had an experience or two during his NBA career could he?
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I have a movie double bill lined up for today. "The Great Escape" and "Bullitt".
This time of year, the Horror nerd comes out of me...I'm sniffin' a double feature of House of 1,000 Corpses and Devil's Rejects sometime this week. I absolutely love Rob Zombie's approach to horror flicks!!!
Anyway,The Devil's Rejects was Zombie's best film,IMO.Ho1K......not so much,but it was ok.Intersting little bit of info.sjdrewk and I ran into Chris Hardwick in Cincy's airport a couple weeks ago.Hardwick played in Ho1K.
Watched Zombieland and Paranormal Activity. Zombieland was way better than I expected it to be. Not a big zombie fan. If you lived in my house you'd understand why. Fiance is obsessed with the zombie apocalypse that he swears will happen soon Paranormal Activity was a great movie. Gave me goosebumps a couple times. But I think as of right now its still only playing in certain cities. You can go to paranormalactivity.com to find out I think. I highly recommend it!
I'm not sure where Monroeville Mall is or if its just some kinda joke? **** it Les, I was trying so hard not to sound like a dumbass today and you go and screw it up!
Good call on Monroeville Mall, Les. When I first came out here, my wife and I were staying in Squirrel Hill, so it was a single bus ride away. It's changed a fair bit but I recognised the parking area immediately. The Ice Rink is now the food court but JC Penney's is still there.
My wife's not into movies at all, so she was kind of puzzled by my behaviour. She's used to me now...
I'm going to have to pile through a batch of Romero zombie flicks soon. World War Z should be pretty good (it'll be interesting to see how it adapts from the book) and Silent Night, Deadly Night's trailer looks pretty amusing.
Another day, another double bill. Today: "2001" and "Forbidden Planet". I'm considering getting a blu-ray player, so these beasties might just get replaced with BR discs.
Just as a further aside, the old Latent Image building still stands on Fort Pitt Boulevard. That's where they filmed the rooftop scenes at the start of "Dawn of the Dead" and one of the interior spaces was used for the elevator shaft that was purportedly in the mall.
Ich bin eine geek!
The 4-disc version? Yes. I have 3 different versions of "Night..." and recently got "Day...". That leaves "Land..." and "Diary...". Mind you, he's got a new one out fairly soon ("Survival...") which seems to tie to the end of "Diary..." and be another low-budget beast.
Romero seems to be at his best when challenged by a miniscule budget.