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 Posted: Wed Jun 10th, 2009 06:07 pm

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I just picked up a copy of it today :thumb

also picked up Superman: Doomsday and My Bloody Valentine (2009)

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 Posted: Sun Jun 14th, 2009 01:22 am

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Gran Torino

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P.S. I love the new Digital copy craze. :p

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 Posted: Sun Jun 14th, 2009 06:54 pm

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ISUsycamore81 wrote: Gran Torino

Batman

 

P.S. I love the new Digital copy craze. :p

I havent seen Gran Torino yet, any good?

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 Posted: Sun Jun 14th, 2009 07:05 pm

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Evil Dead 2
Spiderman 3 (it was cheap)
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 Posted: Sun Jun 14th, 2009 07:06 pm

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Laz wrote: I just picked up a copy of it today :thumb

also picked up Superman: Doomsday and My Bloody Valentine (2009)

I liked it but a little short. What did you think?



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 Posted: Sun Jun 14th, 2009 07:08 pm

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DancesWithWerewolves wrote: Roadhouse comes out in June for Blu Ray.  As for DD, I've got it on my shelf so I'm gonna say yes it is :p

I'll pick up Roadhouse if the Kevin Smith Commentary is on it.



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 Posted: Sun Jun 14th, 2009 07:10 pm

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Daebo wrote: DancesWithWerewolves wrote: Roadhouse comes out in June for Blu Ray.  As for DD, I've got it on my shelf so I'm gonna say yes it is :p

I'll pick up Roadhouse if the Kevin Smith Commentary is on it.

Upon closer inspection, the Blu Ray of Roadhouse comes with a bonus regular DVD, where you can watch the Kevin Smith/Scott Moser commentary.  But it comes with the set.  :thumb   Definitely a good listen.  They convert Chuck Norrisisms into Daltonisms, and it manages to be even funnier.  "Unlike everyone else, Dalton CAN believe it's not butter." :p



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 Posted: Sun Jun 14th, 2009 07:11 pm

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Laz wrote: ISUsycamore81 wrote: Gran Torino

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P.S. I love the new Digital copy craze. :p

I havent seen Gran Torino yet, any good?

Fucking excellent.  Best Eastwood since Unforgiven.



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 Posted: Sun Jun 14th, 2009 08:26 pm

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DancesWithWerewolves wrote: Laz wrote: ISUsycamore81 wrote: Gran Torino

Batman

 

P.S. I love the new Digital copy craze. :p

I havent seen Gran Torino yet, any good?

Fucking excellent.  Best Eastwood since Unforgiven.

That's saying alot their buddy lol, Unforgiven is my all time fav Eastwood flick and has a place in my top 10 movies of all time :thumb

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 Posted: Sun Jun 14th, 2009 08:28 pm

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Laz wrote: DancesWithWerewolves wrote: Laz wrote: ISUsycamore81 wrote: Gran Torino

Batman

 

P.S. I love the new Digital copy craze. :p

I havent seen Gran Torino yet, any good?

Fucking excellent.  Best Eastwood since Unforgiven.

That's saying alot their buddy lol, Unforgiven is my all time fav Eastwood flick and has a place in my top 10 movies of all time :thumb

Unforgiven is likely my favorite Eastwood.  GB&U has it's place in history, but it's not as rewatchable as Unforgiven is to me.  Unforgiven is if not in my top 10, it's damn close.  Like 11 or 12.  I've been meaning to update my list. 



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 Posted: Sun Jun 14th, 2009 08:31 pm

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DancesWithWerewolves wrote: Laz wrote: DancesWithWerewolves wrote:
Fucking excellent.  Best Eastwood since Unforgiven.

That's saying alot their buddy lol, Unforgiven is my all time fav Eastwood flick and has a place in my top 10 movies of all time :thumb

Unforgiven is likely my favorite Eastwood.  GB&U has it's place in history, but it's not as rewatchable as Unforgiven is to me.  Unforgiven is if not in my top 10, it's damn close.  Like 11 or 12.  I've been meaning to update my list. 

Same here, I've needed to update mine for over a year now. Unforgiven is my favorite Western next to Tombstone and Younguns, I'm not a very big fan of Westerns but those three have always caught my eye. Unforgiven I think is #7 on my list.

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 Posted: Sun Jun 14th, 2009 09:09 pm

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boo! to blu-ray. :p


I agree. I'm not sold on Blu-Ray. Believe it or not, but the picture is TOO GOOD. Everything looks fake to me. And CGI looks obviously fake.
I don't need to watch something that's better than my eyesight.
Blu-Ray won't last. Eventually everything will be streamed from your computer to your television. We won't even have discs anymore.

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ZombieBreath wrote: zombie wrote:
boo! to blu-ray. :p


I agree. I'm not sold on Blu-Ray. Believe it or not, but the picture is TOO GOOD. Everything looks fake to me. And CGI looks obviously fake.
I don't need to watch something that's better than my eyesight.
Blu-Ray won't last. Eventually everything will be streamed from your computer to your television. We won't even have discs anymore.

Nothing last forever but it will be around for awhile. DVD has been around for over a decade, I believe Blu-Ray will last about the same.

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Friday The 13th killer cut

Friday The 13th part 3 in 3-D  and Part 2

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Laz wrote: ISUsycamore81 wrote: Gran Torino

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I havent seen Gran Torino yet, any good?

Like Fuzz, said it was awesome. You should definitely pick it up,  man. :thumb

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Friday The 13th: The Killer Cut



Watching it now, I am annoyed as fuck that it autostarts the movie, and I can't tell if I'm watching the extended version or not.  I think I am, but it's still annoying.



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Friday the 13th (2009)

Friday the 13 Part 3:3D

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DancesWithWerewolves wrote: Friday The 13th: The Killer Cut



Watching it now, I am annoyed as fuck that it autostarts the movie, and I can't tell if I'm watching the extended version or not.  I think I am, but it's still annoying.

It auto starts the Extended version (I enjoyed even more than the theretical cut btw) you can tell because the begnning scene with Mrs. Vorrhees is extended and includes alot of cut footage of young Jason (very well done IMO)  Also later in the film when we first see the girl that Jason kidnapps we get a "rare" Jason moment where he sits down and begins to sharpen his machette, then he has some flash backs of his mothers death. (also well done IMO)

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Laz wrote: DancesWithWerewolves wrote: Friday The 13th: The Killer Cut



Watching it now, I am annoyed as fuck that it autostarts the movie, and I can't tell if I'm watching the extended version or not.  I think I am, but it's still annoying.

It auto starts the Extended version (I enjoyed even more than the theretical cut btw) you can tell because the begnning scene with Mrs. Vorrhees is extended and includes alot of cut footage of young Jason (very well done IMO)  Also later in the film when we first see the girl that Jason kidnapps we get a "rare" Jason moment where he sits down and begins to sharpen his machette, then he has some flash backs of his mothers death. (also well done IMO)

I didn't see anything different with the Mommy Voorhees scene, but I figured I was watching the extended when i was flipping through the pop up menu and saw the option to watch the theatrical version in the special features.  I still dislike discs that auto play.



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DancesWithWerewolves wrote: Laz wrote: DancesWithWerewolves wrote: Friday The 13th: The Killer Cut



Watching it now, I am annoyed as fuck that it autostarts the movie, and I can't tell if I'm watching the extended version or not.  I think I am, but it's still annoying.

It auto starts the Extended version (I enjoyed even more than the theretical cut btw) you can tell because the begnning scene with Mrs. Vorrhees is extended and includes alot of cut footage of young Jason (very well done IMO)  Also later in the film when we first see the girl that Jason kidnapps we get a "rare" Jason moment where he sits down and begins to sharpen his machette, then he has some flash backs of his mothers death. (also well done IMO)

I didn't see anything different with the Mommy Voorhees scene, but I figured I was watching the extended when i was flipping through the pop up menu and saw the option to watch the theatrical version in the special features.  I still dislike discs that auto play.

In the theatrical verison we only saw young Jason's hands pick up the machette and walk off. in the extended cut we see shots of him watching from a distance as his mom get's killed then him walking up to her decapitated body. That was the difference between the two versions of the opening scene.   I hate auto play as well


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