Discussion in 'Visual Arts' started by Ken_McAlinden, Dec 8, 2014.
I'm so-ooo sure that blondes have more fun with Chucky...
yes, especially when their a living doll!
Life After Beth. Petulant Daughter gave me the dvd for Christmas and said, "you have to watch that dad"only as petulant daughter can say it.
'twas very good and goofily offbeat.
The Hitchcock classic Rear Window
Don Siegel's Escape From Alcatraz
The Shining (Kubrick)
My Deep Red from Arrow was dispatched on Monday but hasn't arrived yet.
The Perils of Pauline (1947) - Betty Hutton and John Lund
Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead
The American Friend
I should have liked this movie but I didnt.
Diary of a Lost Girl (1929) with the great Louise Brooks
Criterion's new releases of Lady Snowblood and The American Friend.
Daffy Duck's Fantastic Island
If Chucky is a living doll, you must of given him a blood transfusion...
I watched Zero Dark Thirty in Dolby Atmos. The effects were as intense as the movie. The bullets and helicopter effects were better than you can get with 7.1 . There's several scene changes that go from dialog to intense helicopter scenes. Those copters just jump out of the air, seemingly! Effects go back to front, or any other direction, amazingly.
Riffraff - 1947 noir with Pat O'Brien and Walter Slezak
swoosh that went right over!
I adore this movie! great choice...
wide or full screen?
Henry Poole is Here...
It must have been an unidentified, flying Beryllium Sphere...
sometimes ducking does not work...POW! ZOOM! to the moon...
watching the Blu-ray this weekend, nice selection of Supplements!
"Never give up, never surrender!" ....and be sure and duck in case it's Grabthar's hammer goin' by!
it sure goes by fast that hamma...
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