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Old 11-02-2012, 02:08 PM   #76
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I watch too many movies to keep track of them like that.
You just write them down right after you watch them.

Do you watch over C.Lee's 35-plus movies a month?

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Not even close. 20 maybe....

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I saw 4 movies today, now I'm watching the 5th

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I wish I had that kind of free time. Must be nice. I haven't had a veg out day in quite a while.

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The Manga shop is a good Idea...but I live in London and those types of places are so hard to get into.

working full time I'd get about £1000 maybe a lil less.

Right so I went to that interview...firstly the place is kind of cool, It's got an Ipad ordering system and beer Taps at the tables... pretty cool. So I sat down with the woman and for some reason she started talking to me about being the bar manager of this new place and designing the new bar, where everything goes etc. Which is madness... I thought it was just a normal position.

So here's the conundrum...do I do this job while I wait to start my degree in September and save as much money as possible whilst working on my own music and band? The logistics of this would be crazy...

or do I do volunteer or get an apprenticeship for a 9-5 until I start the degree.

One way I'll have loads of money and be running on empty for a year, the other way I'll be mad poor lol

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Has anyone seen Curse of the Demon? Its a horror film from 1957; the effects for the Demon look pretty good given its age.
Been around 20 years since I last saw it....but from what I remember, pretty good little movie with really good demon effects (although they weren't used a lot if I remember correctly).

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Been meaning to watch Karloff's Mummy and the original Frankenstein films for a long time --- listening to the 1936 radio-series on The Shadow and honestly, it really had a quality that's unlike anything we got today!

Regarding the Alec Baldwin movie -- does that remind you of Batman Begins in any way? Poppy-fields, Oriental cult-leaders espousing vigilantism with the word "shadow," a moniker that goes with invisibility... I dunno, it seemed so much like a Ra's Al Ghul movie to me seeing as how Batman was originally inspired by the character.
I've listened to several Shadow radio adventures over the years...they are neat and different. I never really personally saw a relationship between the Baldwin SHADOW and BATMAN BEGINS...probably because the SHADOW was more magical.

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Also, I like The Invisible Woman a lot. Sure, they turned a '30s horror series into a '40s romantic comedy, but the movie legitimately had some heart.

AND it featured the actress who played Miss Gulch in The Wizard of Oz.
Yeah, the INVISIBLE WOMAN was way better than I expected. My daughter came through the living room when I was watching it...she stopped and looked at Margaret Hamilton and said "That's the mean lady who took Dorothy's dog!"

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Is it the one with Steve McQueen? (his last movie, btw)
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Ouch, I just sliced my thumb open on a knife while washing dishes.

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Has anyone seen Curse of the Demon? Its a horror film from 1957; the effects for the Demon look pretty good given its age.
I liked Curse a lot and there is a double feature I have on DVD you should try to find if you're interested.


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Ouch, I just sliced my thumb open on a knife while washing dishes.
That's nothing. My sister sliced her finger open trying to open a peel-open pack of cheddarwurst.

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I liked Curse a lot and there is a double feature I have on DVD you should try to find if you're interested.

science fiction....double featuuuure...

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Ah, yes...I saw that one before and will watch it again since it's on my DVR.

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No Monster November failed spectacularly.

The ending of The Final Programme (film) was different from the book, but more similar to the ending of the Elric story, "The Dead Gods' Book." Interesting, given how TFP was more or less a retailing of the first two Elric stories: "The Dreaming City" and "The Dead Gods' Book."

I'll have to look for that double feature.

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What determines if you need stitches or not? This cut is deeper then I thought. At least it stopped bleeding finally.

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Anyone here attached to the "No Shave November" title from last year?

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Might as well ask for a bit of advice here. So this is a very long story but I'll bullet point it so you don't fall asleep lol

- Im was a bar supervisor who DESPISES bars and alcohol and drunk people
- I got blamed for everything at my job because they are nuts, I had enough and quit
- Really don't want to do bar work anymore and Im looking for a 9-5 job before I apply for university for a Music degree so I can work as a music teacher
-I've been looking for a job for a month and have got nothing but rejections.
- Im just looking for a reception/admin/customer service thing for now.

any tips for breaking into a 9-5? I've got a bar job trial later today because I have no choice... really don't want to do it.


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That's brilliant! Loved the ending and the fact that you had the funeral anthem on throughout the feature (even the cell-phone). The son looks like this guy?



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Here's my month long marathon where I watch at least one horror film every day. They are mostly films i've never seen before except for the ones where I put an (R) beside it.

Day 1: Piranha 3D - 8.5/10
Day 2: Twins of Evil - 7/10
Day 3: Candyman - 9/10
Day 4: The House of the Devil - 9/10
Day 5: The Innkeepers - 8/10
Day 6: Frankenweenie 3D - 9/10
Day 7: Poultrygeist: Night of the Chicken Dead - 8/10
Day 8: Dial M for Murder - 8.5/10
Day 9: Smiley - 1/10
Day 10: Vampire's Kiss - 9/10
Day 11: The Wicker Man (2006) - 8/10
Day 12: The Omen (1976) - 9/10
Day 13: Hotel Transylvania 3D - 8/10
Day 14: Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter - 8/10
Day 15: I Spit on Your Grave (1978) - 6/10
Day 16: The Pact - 8/10
Day 17: Aaah! Zombies!! - 7.5/10
Day 18: C.H.U.D - 7/10
Day 19: Shark Night - 7/10
Day 20: Sinister - 8.5/10|Paranormal Activity 4 - 7.5/10
Day 21: Re-Animator - 8.5/10
Day 22: The Shrine - 6.5/10
Day 23: Intruders - 7/10
Day 24: Dead Silence - 9/10
Day 25: Grave Encounters 2 - 7/10
Day 26: Halloween III: Season of the Witch - 9/10 (R)|Cockneys vs Zombies - 7.5/10
Day 27: The Nightmare Before Christmas - 9/10 (R)
Day 28: The Thing (1982) - 10/10 (R)
Day 29: V/H/S - 9/10 (R)
Day 30: The Mist - 10/10 (R)
Day 31: Trick 'R Treat - 10/10 (R)|Night of the Living Dead (1968) - 10/10 (R)
The Omen is the sort of film you can watch over and over again, even in the remake where the only thing they updated were the actors, but The Mist -- i watched it once, and once was too many for me. The Thing kicks ass to this day -- I was watching The Shining and ... well, is it just me or does the crazy retarded out-of-control axe-wielding daddy archetype part of Stephen King's trope? The two girls and the guttural "redrum" still scares the **** out of me.

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Right so I went to that interview...firstly the place is kind of cool, It's got an Ipad ordering system and beer Taps at the tables... pretty cool. So I sat down with the woman and for some reason she started talking to me about being the bar manager of this new place and designing the new bar, where everything goes etc. Which is madness... I thought it was just a normal position.

So here's the conundrum...do I do this job while I wait to start my degree in September and save as much money as possible whilst working on my own music and band? The logistics of this would be crazy...

or do I do volunteer or get an apprenticeship for a 9-5 until I start the degree.

One way I'll have loads of money and be running on empty for a year, the other way I'll be mad poor lol
I say you keep the job for the time being until you get enrolled for the degree, it'll be a while before you get the job as a teacher (your chosen career path), no harm in trying out this 9-5, or at least keeping it on the side. As for crazy logistics, no harm in trying it out, and no harm in having a little method with your madness.

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I've listened to several Shadow radio adventures over the years...they are neat and different. I never really personally saw a relationship between the Baldwin SHADOW and BATMAN BEGINS...probably because the SHADOW was more magical.
Well most of the resemblance just ends in the first 5 minutes, when you have Cranston entering the citadel and then enrolling himself as this symbolic wraith. Most of Begins went on about how the League of Shadows used trickery and deception to convince people that they were supernatural, and that sort of deception wasn't uncommon in the pulps. It's probably reading too much into it but I was watching it a few weeks ago and it was a fun way of imagining Batman's pulp-predecessor as his movie-mentor's old clan

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I wasn't aware Spring Heeled Jack was a hero. I was always under the assumption that he was a crazed maniac who trampled prostitutes to death...

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same here, I thought he was a variation of the jack the ripper legend.

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same here, I thought he was a variation of the jack the ripper legend.
I'm sure they're different. Jack the Ripper being a real proper thing and Spring Heeled Jack being a fictional creation made up for crappy vitorian pulp books.

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