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Originally posted by Elara
Yeah, I haven't been back either. My boss at the center was telling me that they separate you by two seats on either side of you, so he'll buy four tickets so he and his wife will have a row to themselves. *Shrug*
Watched the newest "The Conjouring" movie yesterday since it dropped on HBO Max then. It really plays up the fairy tale bullshit that is the Warrens.
For some reason, the staff at my center are REALLY into watching those movies at the end of the workday since we don't have clients coming in and there's not much to do at the moment. So yeah, "The Conjouring" on Wednesday, "The Conjouring 2" on Thursday and then "The Conjouring: The Devil Made Me Do It" on Friday.
|Still haven't been back to a theater... can't believe Sonic was the last thing I saw.
Since I have Disney+, I actually finally got around to watching Hercules and Hunchback of Notre Dame because somehow I have never seen either. Hunchback holds up better between the two. Also finally saw Tangled.
|I'm most of the way through a really long list of movies for Black History Month. There's A LOT of emotional weight here, so I've been dropping in comedies here and there.
As it is currently:
βοΈ The 24th
β All In: The Fight for Democracy
βοΈ Amazing Grace (2018)
___ The Birth of a Nation (2016)
βοΈ Black Box
β Black Dynamite
βοΈ Black Panther
β Blazing Saddles
βοΈ The Blood Is at the Doorstep
β Boyz n the Hood
β The Butler
___ The Central Park Five
βοΈ The Color Purple
βοΈ Coming to America
βοΈ Cool Runnings
βοΈ Da 5 Bloods
___ Dear White People
βοΈ Django Unchained
β Do The Right Thing
βοΈ Dolemite Is My Name
βοΈ Freedom Riders
β Fruitvale Station
___ Get On Up
βοΈ Get Out
βοΈ The Great Debaters
β Harlem Nights
___ The Hate U Give
βοΈ The Help
βοΈ Hidden Figures
βοΈ High Flying Bird
___ Hoop Dreams
βοΈ Horror Noire: A History of Black Horror
βοΈ I Am Not Your Negro
β If Beale Street Could Talk
___ Jimi Hendrix: Voodoo Child
βοΈ Judas and the Black Messiah
___ Just Mercy
βοΈ LA 92
___ The Last Black Man in San Francisco
βοΈ Love & Basketball
βοΈ The Loving Story
βοΈ Ma Rainey's Black Bottom
βοΈ Malcolm & Marie
βοΈ Malcolm X
___ Maya Angelou and Still I Rise
β Menace II Society
β Miles Davis: Birth of the Cool
βοΈ Miss Juneteenth
___ Mr. Soul
βοΈ Night of the Living Dead
βοΈ One Night in Miami
βοΈ Poetic Justice
βοΈ The Princess and the Frog
βοΈ Queen & Slim
β A Raisin in the Sun
βοΈ The Rape of Recy Taylor
β Red Tails
βοΈ Remember the Titans
β Scott Joplin
β Scottsboro: An American Tragedy
β Set It Off
β She's Gotta Have It
βοΈ Sorry To Bother You
β Southside With You
βοΈ Stormy Weather
βοΈ Straight Outta Compton
β Sylvie's Love
βοΈ Toni Morrison: The Pieces I Am
β The Tuskegee Airmen
___ The United States vs Billie Holiday
β What Happened, Miss Simone?
β What Men Want
β What's Love Got To Do With It?
β Whoopi Goldberg Presents Moms Mabley
___ Within Our Gates
|If we're talking last movie in a theater, for me it was "Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker," and I only saw it the once (as opposed to TLJ, which I saw in theaters like 6 or 7 times. )
Still on the horror train. Ended up starting a subscription for Shudder.
|I'm drawing a blank on the last movie I saw in theaters, lol. Dang...|
|If I have to recall the LAST movie I saw in theater...
It would be Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom that came out in 2018. Before that, it was Ready Player One. I haven't watched any movie as of lately, so if we want to be general about it, I think the last movie I saw was one of My Hero Academia movie that came out.
And as for the horror film, I think my last horror film I saw was "Sweet Home", a Japanese film (and a video game), which inspired the Resident Evil series later. I also remember Parasite Eve as well, but find that one more of a psychological thriller than as a horror.
|I recommend Jacob's Ladder for a weirder one.
I thought Hellraiser II was pretty fun, really cool locations and set designs. It's like the adult Labyrinth haha.
The slashers are always good fun... you know what you get with them, but yeah. I like most of the Friday the 13th and Nightmare on Elm Street movies.
Halloween III is probably the most insane (funny) one I've seen, you should give that one a look.
|Ever since I started therapy and medication, I've been watching the shit out of horror films. I'd avoided that genre almost entirely my whole life and suddenly I'm all gung-ho for movies that would have made me shit my pants.
Since quarantine has started I've watched:
The Amityville Horror original
As Above So Below
Bitten (Jason Mewes movie, more funny than scary)
The Blair Witch Project
The Bloodsucker Leads the Dance
Candyman: Farewell to the Flesh
Carnival of Souls
Child's Play original
Children of the Corn
The Conjuring 2
Cub (Belgian film in French and Flemish)
Demon Slayer: Kimetsu No Yaiba (All of the anime series that is currently out)
Doctor Sleep (The sequel to The Shining, which I've seen)
Embrace of the Vampire (Not scary at all, just really bad)
Friday the 13th
Fright Night (1985)
Fright Night (2011)
A Good Marriage (Stephen King story, not really scary at all)
The Haunting (This was legitimately what I would have considered the scariest movie I'd ever seen in high school. It terrified the shit out of me and gave me nightmares for years. So when I watched it again recently, for the first time in 20 years, my god it was so easy to laugh my ass off at how bad it is. A demon defeated.)
House of 1,000 Corpses (Seen it before, but not since it came out π)
Invasion of the Body Snatchers
It Chapter 2 (Had seen part 1 before quarantine)
It Comes At Night
Let Me In
Let The Right One In (Swedish)
The Little Stranger
The Mandela Effect
Mermaid: Lake of the Dead (Russian)
A Nightmare on Elm Street
Pet Sematary remake
Queen of the Damned
A Quiet Place
Ready or Not
Shark Exorcist (Just don't ...)
Slice (Definitely more comedy than horror)
Therapy for a Vampire (Austrian. More funny than scary)
Twilight Zone (Season 1 of the Jordan Peele reboot)
Wrinkles the Clown
|Yeah I definitely want to see it! Might take my nephew out to it if he's interested. It sounds pretty solid all around and I've heard similar thoughts about Jim Carrey being classic Jim Carrey, haha.|
|We went and saw Sonic The Hedgehog. It honestly was better than I expected. Still aimed more at kids, but a lot of nods to the original fans of the series that I appreciated (like chili dogs). Jim Carrey was almost 90s level again and it was both a bit freaky and amazing at the same time... I definitely think he did well in the roll. I just hope the promised sequel will be as good if not better.|
|I also went to see Rise of Skywalker. I really enjoyed it and appreciated the way the 9-episode saga was wrapped up. Definitely a rollercoaster ride and the visuals and surround audio really added to the climax. Definitely see it in a theater with good sound!|
|Went and saw Rise of Skywalker. I have mixed feelings. I mostly liked it, but I'm also going through some depression. Fun stuff.|
|Saw Frozen II twice over the weekend (once just me and the wife, second with the kids). It was WAY better than the first, IMO. Excellent character development, beautiful visuals, and fantastic music (Kristoff's song is legit the best!). I ABSOLUTELY recommend seeing it in a theater if you even remotely enjoyed the first one. Only warning for little ones: the climax is a feels train followed by a "scary" bit, SPOILER:but immediately following those two is the resolution and happy times return.|
|Went and saw "Terminator: Dark Fate" last weekend. It was OK. I mean, it's still no "Judgement Day," but it had its moments.
Every Terminator from "Salvation" on essentially likes to pretend T3 didn't happen (at least that's what McG said about it when I was at the panel for it at Comic-Con.) "Genisys" essentially re-writes the first Terminator movie and "Dark Fate" takes over immediately after "Judgement Day."
I'd pretty much order the franchise:
"Judgement Day" (T2)
"Rise of the Machines" (T3)
I wouldn't really rank "Sarah Conner Chronicles" in there since the show was its own thing, but then again that's the way of things from T3 forward. It would probably fall around "Dark Fate" or "Genisys."
Originally posted by Xeoman
I actually haven't. Will have to check them out! Especially since I absolutely Karl Urban, all the way back to when he was in Hercules and Xena.
|As in, lovingly/good fan made? Hehe.
I finally hit up the John Wick's last year! Loved them. So yeah I'm stoked for the next on.
Have you seen the two Raid Redemption's or the newest Judge Dredd (Karl Urban)? You'd probably dig them.
Originally posted by Xeoman
Brandon and I were in a fan-made trailer for "Alita." The guy who shot it heard there was talk of a movie (again) and really wanted to make his own film, thinking it might fall through again. Even though the guy has a wide array of professional credits in TV and film, this was his little passion project and ... it definitely looked fan-made.
I just remembered the third "John Wick" movie is coming. Yup, looking forward to that.
|I'm kind of curious about Alita... it looks more faithful to the source than that Scarlett Johanson Ghost in the Shell movie... lol.|
|Not sure what upcoming movies are worth paying to see these days.
At least not until December.
|Saw "Bohemian Rhapsody" in Dolby Atmos, truly the best format to watch it in. All the music just vibrates through you.|
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