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    Quote Originally Posted by Klonk View Post
    So to make up for it I watched The Beekeeper and all was right again.

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    I put that on my watchlist sometime last week and watched over the weekend. Lots of over the top fight scenes but, like John Wick, was entertaining. 7/10 is about right.
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    Watched Rebel Moon Part 2 last night because the wife wanted to. Didn't believe it could be worse than part 1 but it was. Cardboard characters, magnificent 7 in space, d4eadful dialogue. Dear god it's bad, cheese, on cheese on cheese.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NogbadTheBad View Post
    Watched Rebel Moon Part 2 last night because the wife wanted to. Didn't believe it could be worse than part 1 but it was. Cardboard characters, magnificent 7 in space, d4eadful dialogue. Dear god it's bad, cheese, on cheese on cheese.
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    Thoughts and prayers
    Apparently Snyder wants this to be a six movie series and my wife will want to see all of them.
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    “Pricilla” HBO Max – My wife wanted to watch this one based on the book “Elvis & Me” by Pricilla Presley which she had read. I Didn’t love it or hate it. The movie came out shortly after Bass Lehrman’s “Elvis” movie starring Austin Butler last year, and I thought it had kind of a thrown together feel to it. Almost like they rushed production in order to cash in on the popularity of the other movie. The acting by the leads is good, although Jacob Elordi is no Austin Butler. Cailey Spaney does a nice job as Pricilia,” but nothing earth shattering. The end of the movie is rather abrupt. Not a bad film, but not a great one either.

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    Apparently Snyder wants this to be a six movie series and my wife will want to see all of them.
    Condolences. My spousal unit has "tastes" that subject me to a plethora of shit I have less than zero interest in.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NogbadTheBad View Post
    Apparently Snyder wants this to be a six movie series and my wife will want to see all of them.
    That's no way to spend your retirement, man!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jerjo View Post
    Condolences. My spousal unit has "tastes" that subject me to a plethora of shit I have less than zero interest in.
    So just go practice your guitar at Who levels. What's the problem?
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    Saw a very interesting horror movie last night at the local rep theatre. Late Night With the Devil (2023) This film has a really cool premise and captures perfectly the vibe of 1970s era talk shows. At times funny and at times disturbing and well worth a watch.



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    Ooh yeah, I really loved Late Night With The Devil

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    Along similar lines (and I do apologize if this is repeated further back in this thread), "All You Need is Death" is very weird and very cool cosmic/folk horror. It isn't really the same, but it kind of invoked Berbarian Sound Studio for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by battema View Post
    Along similar lines (and I do apologize if this is repeated further back in this thread), "All You Need is Death" is very weird and very cool cosmic/folk horror. It isn't really the same, but it kind of invoked Berbarian Sound Studio for me.

    Terrific soundtrack album.
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    I watched a couple of comedies off the comedy channel. I'm not a huge comedy fan, but Black Sheep with Chris Farley & Spade had a few laughs. The other was Dirty Work with Norm MacDonald and Artie Lange. It had a few laughs as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by boilk View Post
    Saw a very interesting horror movie last night at the local rep theatre. Late Night With the Devil (2023) This film has a really cool premise and captures perfectly the vibe of 1970s era talk shows. At times funny and at times disturbing and well worth a watch.



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    I want to see this for sure.

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    Watched the Adam Sandler film, Spaceman on Netflix. Pretty interesting, but I'd have a hard time explaining all of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by boilk View Post
    Saw a very interesting horror movie last night at the local rep theatre. Late Night With the Devil (2023) This film has a really cool premise and captures perfectly the vibe of 1970s era talk shows. At times funny and at times disturbing and well worth a watch.



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    This was interesting but more comedy than horror. I couldn't make out the ending, although the Tomorrow show, Joe Franklin and David Susskind memories were great.
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    Quote Originally Posted by battema View Post
    Along similar lines (and I do apologize if this is repeated further back in this thread), "All You Need is Death" is very weird and very cool cosmic/folk horror. It isn't really the same, but it kind of invoked Berbarian Sound Studio for me.

    I need to see this, for sure. Thanks for the tip.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jerjo View Post
    Condolences. My spousal unit has "tastes" that subject me to a plethora of shit I have less than zero interest in.
    Yikes. I just can't deal with that sort of thing. My partner and I intersect at some tastes and not at others. If she wants to watch something that I'm not interested in, she's on her own and vice versa. Godspeed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by boilk View Post
    Saw a very interesting horror movie last night at the local rep theatre. Late Night With the Devil (2023) This film has a really cool premise and captures perfectly the vibe of 1970s era talk shows. At times funny and at times disturbing and well worth a watch.



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    Where did you watch this? When I look it up it says "in theaters", but it has not come to any theaters here unless I completely missed it.

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    It already came/went from theaters I believe. I watched it on Shudder

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    Quote Originally Posted by battema View Post
    It already came/went from theaters I believe. I watched it on Shudder
    It still isn't on Shudder for me. Looking forward to watching it though.

    Not watching those trailers you guys posted. I'm done with em. They give away WAYYY too much of the plot anymore.

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    Corny old fantasy that doesn't hold up all that well, but I still like to watch because of how much I loved it as a kid. I still think those bat people that hug you into a pile of bones are pretty fuckin cool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Klonk View Post
    It still isn't on Shudder for me. Looking forward to watching it though.

    Not watching those trailers you guys posted. I'm done with em. They give away WAYYY too much of the plot anymore.

    Beastmaster ('81)

    Corny old fantasy that doesn't hold up all that well, but I still like to watch because of how much I loved it as a kid. I still think those bat people that hug you into a pile of bones are pretty fuckin cool.

    5.9 out of 10 Tanya Roberts
    Really? It's here for me: https://www.shudder.com/movies/watch...3cf7d1abbb7162

    Landed last Friday so it's a very recent addition, FWIW...

    Tanya Roberts.....
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    I remember that Tanya did a very soft core pictorial for Playboy with the release of Beastmaster. She posed with some big cats, if I remember correctly. That was a nice era.
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    Beastmaster was the one with the ferrets following the dude around, wasn't it? Corny AF, but I remember liking it at the time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveSly View Post
    Where did you watch this? When I look it up it says "in theaters", but it has not come to any theaters here unless I completely missed it.
    Steve, I see a lot of great stuff, including Late Night with the Devil, at my local repertory film theatre. All kinds of newer and vintage films from a variety of genres, with a good emphasis on exploitation/horror/foreign/b-movies....so, right up may alley, haha. Ana and I love this place. It's over a 100 years old, and is in our end of town.

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    Quote Originally Posted by moecurlythanu View Post
    Beastmaster was the one with the ferrets following the dude around, wasn't it? Corny AF, but I remember liking it at the time.
    You say that, like it's a bad thing.

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