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Old 03-14-2013, 09:17 PM   #38651
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The Shout release is a bit overrated. All you're getting is a Blu Ray/ DVD combo with one commentary and the transfer on the Blu isn't that great anyway.
That's what I heard.

It costs more than Shout's double feature of Terrorvision/The Video Dead. That's just ridiculous.
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Old 03-14-2013, 10:02 PM   #38652
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The Matrix - 10/10
The Matrix Reloaded - 10/10

Fuck everybody, these movies are awesome.
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Old 03-14-2013, 10:03 PM   #38653
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The Wolf Man 1941 (8/10) - Really enjoyed it, Lon Chaney is great. Frankenstein is my favorite universal flick but this comes 2nd.

Rango 2011 (8/10) - Great fun and strong story. Loved all the wild west references and the hunter s. Thompson "cameo" made me laugh.


Wolfman is amazing. Dracula is my favourite. Likely followed by Wolf-Man, Invisible Man and then Frank.

I have Rango but yet to watch it, I keep forgetting about it when I have a spare 2 hours.
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6. Once Were Warriors (1994)
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8. Antiviral (2012)
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Old 03-14-2013, 10:29 PM   #38654
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I have Rango but yet to watch it, I keep forgetting about it when I have a spare 2 hours.
There's a character who appears in it who you might like.
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Old 03-15-2013, 05:08 AM   #38655
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That's one hell of a marathon. I've only seen the first but liked it, kinda surprised its popular enough to spawn 11 films. You wouldn't recommend any of the sequels?
Not sure if I'd recommend any of 'em, but of the 11 movies, I thought that the best ones were:

Puppet Master
Puppet Master 2
Puppet Master 3
Retro Puppet Master
Puppet Master: Axis of Evil


The worst:

Puppet Master: The Legacy (primarily a clip show of previous movies)
Puppet Master: Axis Rising
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Not sure if I'd recommend any of 'em, but of the 11 movies, I thought that the best ones were:

Puppet Master
Puppet Master 2
Puppet Master 3
Retro Puppet Master
Puppet Master: Axis of Evil


The worst:

Puppet Master: The Legacy (primarily a clip show of previous movies)
Puppet Master: Axis Rising
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Old 03-15-2013, 09:49 AM   #38658
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A highly successful headhunter, who happens to be an art robberer as well, is about to install his proposition into a future-looking-bright company. After meeting a man, who worked before in the same sector, he all of the sudden becomes the hunted and must run for his life.
This was a very good thriller with a good plot, good acting and some decent gore. Films from northern europe are in its majority quality shit, I rarely see a dumb movie from the northern above.
The twisting at the end is a bit over the top, but in the end it works fine with the whole thing. Recommended.

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Headhunters - what a surprising thriller. Plays basically like a the plot of Kill List. That is, a business man has a family, and generally happy life, but decides that he must live beyond his means, by doing shady underground activities. Eventually, through various happenings, you learn that the hunter, is really the hunted, and that old stone cold steve austin mentality comes in to play... DTA. Great camera shots, locations, and acting. Even some pretty effective gore work going on. 9/10
That life wasn't so happy at all, because he had the urge to buy her expensive stuff he basically couldn't afford just in order to keep her happy.
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Headhunters
A highly successful headhunter, who happens to be an art robberer as well, is about to install his proposition into a future-looking-bright company. After meeting a man, who worked before in the same sector, he all of the sudden becomes the hunted and must run for his life.
This was a very good thriller with a good plot, good acting and some decent gore. Films from northern europe are in its majority quality shit, I rarely see a dumb movie from the northern above.
The twisting at the end is a bit over the top, but in the end it works fine with the whole thing. Recommended.

8/10

That life wasn't so happy at all, because he had the urge to buy her expensive stuff he basically couldn't afford just in order to keep her happy.
I usually steer clear of movies from my country, since most of the ones I've seen have been shit. I guess I'll have to check this one out, since I've heard tons of good stuff about it.
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Headhunters
A highly successful headhunter, who happens to be an art robberer as well, is about to install his proposition into a future-looking-bright company. After meeting a man, who worked before in the same sector, he all of the sudden becomes the hunted and must run for his life.
This was a very good thriller with a good plot, good acting and some decent gore. Films from northern europe are in its majority quality shit, I rarely see a dumb movie from the northern above.
The twisting at the end is a bit over the top, but in the end it works fine with the whole thing. Recommended.

8/10

That life wasn't so happy at all, because he had the urge to buy her expensive stuff he basically couldn't afford just in order to keep her happy.
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I feel that if Roger didn't change something in his life it would have crashed down on him eventually... His girl would have left him and he probably would have gotten caught stealing paintings.
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