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If the new Alien movie does ignore parts 3 and 4, then I hope they bring back Hicks and Newt
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goNADSgo69 updated his STATUS: 1 day ago

If the new Alien movie does ignore parts 3 and 4, then I hope they bring back Hicks and Newt
Cochise at 09:13 PM Feb 26

the concept art makes it look like Hicks if back but of course it could change. I doubt Newt would be back though, simply because she is so much older now she'd have to be in her 20s/30s (to match older Ripley/Hicks) and it wouldn't feel right, plus I think a more satisfying conclusion to her character is just to say/imply that they delivered her into a happy/safe family/home after Aliens, one where she doesn't have to worry any more about monsters mawstly coming out at night... mawstly

goNADSgo69 updated his STATUS: 3 days ago

While I'm super excited for Alien 5 starring Weaver...I'm iffy on the fact they're planning to retcon 3 and 4. I hate when franchises just ignore sequels, even though I do really hate Alien 4.
Anakin at 04:16 AM Feb 26

I think it's funny

YoshioKun13 at 07:06 AM Feb 26

Same here

I didn't like it when H20 did the same thing to H4 - 6

goNADSgo69 updated his STATUS: 3 days ago

Oh damn...the Weinsteins are tinkering with Amityville: The Awakening. So if it was good, now it'll probably suck from being overly edited.
timmyd at 05:59 PM Feb 25

oh boy.

goNADSgo69 updated his STATUS: 5 days ago

It has been three years since The Sleeper came out, and I'm still hoping for a sequel!
goNADSgo69 updated his STATUS: 5 days ago

Random fun fact about myself: I wear a pocket watch!
timmyd at 06:01 PM Feb 23

atta boy . the pocket watch needs to become a ' thing ' again.

Glinda at 07:46 PM Feb 23

Cool! I love pocket watches. I'm with Timmy, they need to come back.

Make it happen G.

Pat Hatfreet
Pat Hatfreet at 01:54 PM Feb 24

My cellphone is my pocket watch!

But seriously, my dad wears my grandpa's pocket watch when he goes out. It might end up in my pocket one day.

goNADSgo69 updated his STATUS: 6 days ago

I finally saw the proto-slasher film, Silent Night, Bloody Night released in 1972. It predates the first actual slasher film, Black Christmas by a good two years, as this film crafted a gothic horror film with a killer on the loose. The movie definitely had some ideas that would be used in slasher films later on, but it did so in a mature, old-fashioned way. The movie was well acted (with Mary Wononov giving the best performance in the film as the lead) and had some good surprises, with one twist pulling a Psycho on us. The killer had a creepy voice, I was never sure what was going to happen next. The film I saw was of terribly quality so I won't comment on the directing or music. The characters lacked depth and by the end the movie was a bit confusing. I definitely got lost in the end, but overall this wasn't a bad movie. Nothing great, but it was nice to see a pre-slasher movie that lead to the slasher genre. Verdict: 6/10
Psycho-Pirate-99 at 04:05 PM Feb 22

Holy shit you mean someone else has actually seen Silent Night, Bloody Night!

Pat Hatfreet
Pat Hatfreet at 01:05 AM Feb 23

I've never seen this but I've been meaning to. Glad you liked it a little.

goNADSgo69 updated his STATUS: 6 days ago

Just saw the 1980 alien horror film, Without Warning, which played out more like a slasher film with an alien as the villain...hell yeah! The movie was fun with some likable characters, decent acting, and a well shot movie. It had some light suspense, but never was all that scary sadly. The alien design was bland, but he was kept in the shadows so it actually kind of worked. The alien blood-sucking discs were awesome and creepy and was the cause of many of the scariest scenes. The two older men and the final girl each did a good job in the film, but where the film falters is...the pacing. The middle act just moved a bit too slow and lacked the much needed action to keep the plot going. It felt like a lot of padding, and then we are introduced to four teen characters in the beginning, and two of them are killed off off screen in the first half hour, which felt like a waste. Verdict: 7/10
WalkAway at 01:32 PM Feb 22

Do you think I'd like it?

goNADSgo69 at 01:57 PM Feb 22

I don't really know, but to be honest I have a feeling you'd dislike it. It's not exactly a GREAT film by any means.

goNADSgo69 updated his STATUS: 7 days ago

A movie about BDSM culture COULD make for a fascinating film, but sadly Fifty Shades of Grey is a movie about domestic abuse and rape posing as BDSM and romance. BDSM is about consent and care. If someone says no, you stop. It's not about the pain. In Fifty Shades, Christian wants to own Anastasia, and at one point ACTUALLY RAPES HER, but the author tries to put in a romantic light (the girl says no and to stop, and then Christian continues is that romantic?). Along with that Christian verbally threatens to tie her down when she says no. I don't care that the book is erotic or even badly written. I care about the fact it is trying to made an abusive relationship romantic and it is placing BDSM in the wrong light.
OldKingClancy at 04:44 AM Feb 22

I've been hearing good things about a new film called The Duke Of Burgandy, I've not seen it but from what I can see it's about two women in a BDSM relationship and has been getting some strong word of mouth.

As for 50 Shades, I'm with you in that I just don't understand why it's so popular with this horribly abusive relationship as the main drive of the story. There's plenty of badly written erotica out there so why did the worst of them explode like this?

WalkAway at 01:44 PM Feb 22

Yup. What scares me is the amount of people who don't know this is wrong and won't know if they're being abused because this sort of thing has been romanticized. Same thing with Twilight but to a lesser extent, young girls think it' OK to have a guy control every single thing you do. Yuck.

goNADSgo69 at 02:02 PM Feb 22

WalkAway, you hit the nail on the head why I hate the Twilight sequels (I don't think the first one is too bad). It portrays an abusive relationship in a "romantic" light and it is revolting.

goNADSgo69 updated his STATUS: 7 days ago

I checked out a little indie romance film called The First Time and it exceeded my expectations. I was expecting something cheesy and cliche, but it was quite charming and in some parts true to life. The movie takes place in one weekend as teens Dave and Aubrey meet and just talk, falling in love. Dylan O'Brien is absolutely wonderful as the lead, proving to be a future big star and Britt Robertson was just ideal and perfect in the role. Each character was well developed and neither was a cliche. Following their conversations was just a good idea, almost feeling like a teenage Before Sunrise. The idea of sex is also treated in a real manner. It's awkward, terrible, and not a good experience the first time. Granted Christine Taylor is wasted in a tiny role, as is the GREAT Craig Roberts. The subplot with Victoria Justice is dropped right away. Verdict: 8/10
goNADSgo69 updated his STATUS: 7 days ago

It probably won't be any good (and I can't stand Nicholas Sparks...although The Notebook is one of my favourite movies), but I'm interested in The Longest Ride.
goNADSgo69 updated his STATUS: 7 days ago

I usually don't care about celebrity couples, but for some reason the idea that Emma Watson might be dating Prince Harry (one of my many male crushes), just makes me so happy XD
Glinda at 01:08 PM Feb 21

Wow really? That would be great. I had no idea.

WalkAway at 02:35 PM Feb 21

I don't know much about him other than he's a ginger prince and dressed up as a Nazi once.

goNADSgo69 updated his STATUS: 10 days ago

I seriously cannot contain my excitement at the news of an Alien 5!!!
Slick Nick
Slick Nick at 04:50 AM Feb 19

plus its with a good director...hopefully his ideas/drawings will lead to a great movie.

goNADSgo69 updated his STATUS: 10 days ago

Wow, I just discovered an 80s slasher film I've never seen before, called To All A Goodnight. It was a killer Santa film, but this one came out before all the other ones, being released in 1980 at the start of the slasher boom. This was not the best slasher film. The acting was about average and the characters weren't memorable and quite bland. The directing was a bit crude and the music score was just bad, and the editing needed some work. BUT I'm a slasher enthusiast so I still had fun with the film. It had a nifty ending chase scene, a likable final girl (well played by Jennifer Runyan, giving the only actual good performance), a cute nerdy male lead, some good gore, and one or two tense scenes. This movie was incredibly flawed and not exactly good, but I enjoyed it. Verdict: 6/10
piranhafeast at 03:28 PM Feb 18

An interesting fact 'bout this flick is that the director is no other than David Hess.A great actor and also a musician better known for portraying sadists in Craven's The Last House On The Left & Deodato's House On The Edge Of The Park.He also wrote the song The Road Leads To Nowhere which was used in Eli Roth's Cabin Fever.

timmyd at 06:15 PM Feb 18

I remember digging it as well.

goNADSgo69 updated his STATUS: 12 days ago

I'm seeing Britt Robertson's name popping up a lot lately in upcoming movies or tv shows, etc...but the only thing I ever watched her in was her short scene in Scream 4. It wasn't enough to tell if she was a good actress or not though. So what is the verdict? Is she a good actress?
MattSlash at 01:26 PM Feb 17

I'm a fan of her work, but it seems that she has bad luck when it comes to television shows. I really enjoyed her in The Secret Circle but the show was cancelled, and she was one of my favorite characters on Under The Dome, but she was killed off. She deserves a better break than that, so I'm hoping her upcoming film Tomorrowland is her breakthrough role that she deserves. She deserves to be a leading actress and not a axed one!

goNADSgo69 at 01:54 PM Feb 17

The reason I'm asking is because she is PERFECTLY how I envision one of my fictional characters, that it is scary XD

Weapon X
Weapon X at 10:04 AM Feb 18

I just realized the terrible pun I unintentionally made when I said she was "axed" from Under the Dome. Oy gevalt.

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goNADSgo69 updated his STATUS: 12 days ago

I was just given a small sneak peak of Dismembering Christmas (which I can't share), but it looks fantastic!
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