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Spider-Man: Homecoming is this evening's movie. I have not seen it yet. Homecoming will fit nicely between Shin Godzilla and Split on my desktop's alphabetized list of 2017. However, it will not fit nicely into my schedule. I need hurry up and watch it before snoozing for tomorrow's work shift. What should a person consider after viewing--besides how awesome Spider-Man and his amazing acquaintances probably are?
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grelber37 updated his STATUS: about 22 hours ago

Spider-Man: Homecoming is this evening's movie. I have not seen it yet. Homecoming will fit nicely between Shin Godzilla and Split on my desktop's alphabetized list of 2017. However, it will not fit nicely into my schedule. I need hurry up and watch it before snoozing for tomorrow's work shift. What should a person consider after viewing--besides how awesome Spider-Man and his amazing acquaintances probably are?
grelber37 updated his STATUS: 3 days ago

Having watched Blood Money, I either rewatch Deadly Dreams, an old VHS treat recently released on disk, or Dementia 13-2017, a remake from the fine chaps at the Chiller Channel. Either film should provide the pulpy suspense that defines wonderful "Shocktober". As you know, this month is made for catching bloodcurdling B-movies and blockbusters into the night on any evening.
timmyd
timmyd at 02:19 AM Oct 17

I'd like to check out that Dementia 13 redo .

grelber37 updated his STATUS: 3 days ago

Having watched DVRed Family Guy, I now watch the recently-released Lucky McKee-John Cusack collaboration Blood Money (for eight bucks on VOD).
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grelber37 at 02:06 AM Oct 17

Blood Money is well-directed throughout. However, it is mostly middling fare (with several illogical developments)--until the last twenty minutes. The movie becomes quite good then.

Blood Money should not be a priority view for you, but you might want to catch it sometime.

grelber37 created a LIST: 8 days ago

Favorite Horror Director: Stuart Gordon, my favorites ranked

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1. Re-Animator
2. "The Black Cat" from Masters of Horror
3. From Beyond
4. Stuck
5. Dagon
6. "Eater" from Fear Itself
7. The Pit and the Pendulum
8. Edmond
9. King of the Ants
10. Dolls
11. Space Truckers
12. Fortress
13. "Dreams in the Witch House" from Masters of Horror
14. Robot Jox
15. Castle Freak
writer19
writer19 at 03:46 AM Oct 12

great cult director

grelber37 updated his STATUS: 8 days ago

The House is the picture of a good rental. Will Ferrell, Amy Poehler, and Jason Mantzoukas provide eighty-eight minutes of consistent laughs as they lampoon Scorsese's Casino heavily and offer effective goofiness. There are a few gags that get implausible or stupid. However, The House is an alright, amusing way to pass the time.
grelber37 created a LIST: 9 days ago

A-Z of Horror in my Collection

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1. A: Altered States
2. B: Blade-1998
3. C: The Call of Cthulhu
4. D: Dr. Giggles
5. E: Evil Dead 2
6. F: The Fog-1980
7. G: Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance
8. H: Halloween-2007
9. I: I Spit on Your Grave-1978
10. J: Jaws
11. K: Kiss of the Tarantula
12. L: "Levitation" of The Tales from the Darkside TV series
13. M: Maniac-1980
14. N: Night of the Comet
15. O: The Oblong Box
16. P: Poltergeist-1982
17. Q: "Quality of Mercy" from The Outer Limits (1995) TV series
18. R: Edgar Allan Poe's Requiem for the Damned
19. S: The Shining-1980
20. T: The Toolbox Murders-1978
21. U: Unrest-2006
22. V: A Virgin Among the Living Dead
23. W: Watchmen: Tales of the Black Freighter
24. X: X-Ray-1981
25. Y: Young Goodman Brown
26. Z: The Zombie Horror Picture Show

Based on a list by TreyTheMovieMan

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BATeMAN at 12:18 AM Oct 11

Very nice!

18. I like a bit of Poe, so will check that one out.

grelber37 updated his STATUS: 10 days ago

Heads-up. Tomorrow's American Horror Story broadcast will be edited because of the recent tragedy in Las Vegas. An unedited "Mid-Western Assassin" will be available elsewhere to rent.
grelber37 updated his STATUS: 10 days ago

Tonight's October entertainment is After Midnight, a horror anthology from 1989. I have never seen it, and I have barely known of it. Have you seen After Midnight? One hopes that one gets some satisfaction and finds out what it is all about.
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timmyd
timmyd at 01:22 AM Oct 07

great film

grelber37 updated his STATUS: 14 days ago

American Horror Story: Cult is remarkably mediocre, but this season is watchable this Halloween season. Cult is not wonderfully bizarre like Murder House, darkly fun like Coven, or unexpectedly experimental like Roanoke. But, it is also not reliant on gross-out or puerile shocks such as other past seasons were. Surprisingly (considering the setting), Cult is also pleasantly not a political soapbox. This season is an alright horror story with the ongoing mystery and suspense, cheap thrills, and examination of everyday fears that good Gothic tales do. Granted, this AHS story also sometimes lacks plausibility, practices poor pacing, and presents characters who are less interesting and engaging than they should be. It's okay stuff. What do others think of the show?
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oscarxp25 at 02:42 PM Oct 05

I am two episodes behind. If they go where I hope they go...it is going to be great, but this show never does what I think they will do.

grelber37 updated his STATUS: 14 days ago

I can see why Killing Gunther has not gotten a theatrical release. The comedy does not meet expectations, and it is of a direct-to-video quality. The humor is more quirky than outrageous. The material more makes a person smile than LOL. Plus, Killing Gunther has a certain deficiency and possible disappointment. Arnold Schwarzenegger plays prominently in the film's advertising, but (surprise) he has a limited role in the actual movie. Killing Gunther has about a 5/10 on imdb, and that rating seems fair. The film _is_ something watchable, but it is remarkably mediocre.
grelber37 updated his STATUS: 15 days ago

Great Scott! Mother! leaves local theaters this week! I shall have to see it today or tomorrow, maybe. Otherwise, a person will just have to be freaked-out in the future. I have not seen the movie yet (obviously), but I can see how it is niche entertainment that might disappear (from distribution) quickly.
jimmydevito
jimmydevito at 02:26 PM Oct 04

I'll probably miss it in theaters but I'd love to catch it before it leaves

timmyd
timmyd at 01:55 AM Oct 05

it's worth a trip . I think you'd appreciate it .

grelber37 updated his STATUS: 20 days ago

Flatliners-2017 has a zero percent on Rotten Tomatoes. Start the death puns now, perhaps? Or, the flat puns might work.
grelber37 updated his STATUS: 20 days ago

Hey. If I get drunk enough, do you think that I'll enjoy The Inhumans on ABC tonight? Such appreciation could happen. When I was growing-up, our superhero live-action was The Incredible Hulk, Shazam, The Krofft Supershow, The Greatest American Hero, Buck Rogers in the 25th Century, The Third Eye, and--of course--reruns of Batman '66. Of course, my tastes have evolved over the years, and Inhumans might be simply bad. Rotten Tomatoes reports that the show is "soapy"; however, the royal family is always stilted and melodramatic in the books too, so the TV show might simply be faithful to the source material. We shall see what we shall see.
grelber37 updated his STATUS: 27 days ago

Killing Gunther is actually available through my cable video-on-demand. You needn't put a gun to my head to gain a rental. On a different topic, did anyone catch The Orville episode last night? It was impressive. Like a good Star Trek episode, "About a Girl" took a contemporary social topic, complicated it, and made the audience think (and possibly debate) throughout the hour watch.
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