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Re-visiting a cheesy and forgotten superhero film from the 90's.....The Shadow! Not exactly one of Alec Baldwin's finest moments. The poor man's Batman I guess.
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HarkonnenAmongYou updated his STATUS: about 1 year ago

Re-visiting a cheesy and forgotten superhero film from the 90's.....The Shadow! Not exactly one of Alec Baldwin's finest moments. The poor man's Batman I guess.
Weapon X
Weapon X at 01:48 AM Dec 20

I still have a soft spot for this flick. It often doesn't make a lot of sense, but it's got a great cast, a nice hammy villain, and a fantastic score and production design. I've every intent on grabbing the Shout Factory edition coming next year.

HarkonnenAmongYou at 02:30 AM Dec 20

Agreed, Goldsmith's score is excellent and one of the best parts of the flick. A new Shout Factory release next year huh? Sweet, I might have to upgrade along with that new Darkman release (another Universal cult gem).

YoshioKun13 at 08:09 AM Dec 20

I haven't seen that movie since it's original release, but I remember digging it well enough. Of course I was still only a little kid, I'd be interested in revisiting it now. Tell ya what though, bet I'd get more enjoyment out of it than a lot of these modern super nitty-gritty realist comic book flicks of today.

HarkonnenAmongYou posted an IMAGE item: about 1 year ago
Half price deal @ Toys R' Us? Sure why not?

Invidtus at 01:48 AM Dec 18

YOU SHALL NOT PASS !!!! (on this deal)-

JohnLocke2342 at 02:18 AM Dec 18

Duuuude yes!

HarkonnenAmongYou updated his STATUS: about 1 year ago

Desolation of Smaug was a good time. I would say on par with Unexpected Journey, probably a little better though.
HarkonnenAmongYou updated his STATUS: about 1 year ago

Kicking-off my Christmas media viewing with the Batman: The Animated Series episode, "Christmas with the Joker."
YoshioKun13 at 04:42 AM Dec 12

Jingle bells, Batman smells, Robin laid an egg...

HarkonnenAmongYou updated his STATUS: about 1 year ago

The Hunger Games: Catching Fire - Wow, I have to say this film surprised me. My modest expectations were exceeded by a film that was much higher in quality to the original. I enjoyed the darker tone and more cerebral characterizations. Sue me, I was entertained. 3.5 out of 4 stars
HarkonnenAmongYou updated his STATUS: about 1 year ago

Battleship - What can I say, this movie was so overblown and ridiculous it ended up being kinda fun (in a mindless sort of way). That's not to say it is a good movie, but the special effects, carnage, and soundtrack kept my interest for most of the film's run-time. Another 2 out of 4 stars on this one (cheese rating).
Scotch at 06:52 AM Nov 24

Couldn't agree more. Well said

HarkonnenAmongYou updated his STATUS: about 1 year ago

Red Tails - This George Lucas passion project was an extremely mixed bag. The stale dialogue and wooden character presentation felt all too familiar. The music sucked, and the overall story structure was off and riddled with cliches (not to mention cartoonish villains). There were, however, some pretty things to look out (scenery, dog fights, etc). Meh......pass. 2 out of 4 stars. Next up: Battleship
HarkonnenAmongYou updated his STATUS: about 1 year ago

Just finished Gangster Squad. Fairly mediocre cops vs. mob film that felt like a watered-down "Untouchables" with a little bit of "Dick Tracy" sprinkled in (both of which are better films imo). 2 out of 4 stars. Next up this evening: Red Tails
Cochise at 02:32 AM Nov 24

damn dude I feel for ya, I thought both of those movies were just horrible. Best of luck with Tails in any case, who knows

HarkonnenAmongYou updated his STATUS: over 1 year ago

Day 3: Army of Darkness (nuff' said)
Scotch at 12:58 AM Oct 04


movieman32 at 02:23 AM Oct 04

Nothing else needs to be said except....Shop smart. Shop S-Mart. :)

HarkonnenAmongYou created a LIST: over 1 year ago

31 Days of Horror 2013: 3 Times the Charm!!!

1. Alien 3
2. Amityville 3: The Demon
3. Army of Darkness
4. Candyman 3: Day of the Dead
5. Children of the Corn III: Urban Harvest
6. Child’s Play 3
7. Day of the Dead
8. Dracula Has Risen From the Grave
9. Exorcist III
10. Hatchet III
11. Hellraiser III: Hell on Earth
12. Jaws 3
13. Friday the 13th: Part 3
14. Leatherface: The Texas Chainsaw Massacre III
15. Leprechaun 3
16. Mother of Tears
17. Night of the Demons 3
18. A Nightmare on Street 3: Dream Warriors
19. Omen III: The Final Conflict
20. Phantasm III: Lord of the Dead
21. Psycho III
22. Puppet Master 3: Toulon’s Revenge
23. Resident Evil: Extinction
24. Saw III
25. Scream 3
26. Species III
27. Son of Frankenstein
28. Bloodlust: Subspecies 3
29. Toxic Avenger III: Last Temptation of Toxie
30. Wishmaster 3: Beyond the Gates of Hell
31. Halloween III: Season of the Witch + Halloween
OldKingClancy at 12:52 AM Sep 26

That's an interesting and unique schedule, I like it.

YoshioKun13 at 12:53 AM Sep 26

Nice lineup!

Nice lineup!

Nice lineup!

Psycho-Pirate-99 at 02:05 AM Sep 26

Killer! Like your pick for the 31st.

HarkonnenAmongYou updated his STATUS: over 1 year ago

Out to see an early matinee today of The Wolverine. The free movie pass that was attached to my X-men blu-ray I traded in (from Best Buy) for its dvd counterpart is much appreciated. Fingers are crossed that this film is at least entertaining (unlike X-men Origins: Wolverine).
HarkonnenAmongYou updated his STATUS: almost 2 years ago

Jurassic Park 3D was helluva good time. Best up-converted 3D I've ever seen (made Episode I look like Clash of the Titans). Do yourselves a favor; skip Evil Dead and celebrate the 20th Anniversary of one of Spielberg's greatest popcorn films.
YoshioKun13 at 03:33 AM Apr 07

Amen brutha!

HarkonnenAmongYou updated his STATUS: almost 2 years ago

*sigh* Jurassic Park III really didn't hold up on my revisit this evening....
Cochise at 05:25 AM Apr 06

I think it's a good flick, but still the weakest in the series. I do think it gets too much hate, but at the same time I kind of get it... I mean, just in comparison. The first movie was and is amazing, and the second movie was inevitably disappointing because of how amazing the first was, but even still I thought the second movie was great and underappreciated. The third though, well it's good - but again not amazing or great so it is the weakest yes, for sure, but I still think it's enjoyable.

YoshioKun13 at 05:33 AM Apr 06

Though I'm really not interested in a 4th movie, I guess I would not be against it either because of how lackluster the 3rd one was. IF it's a pretty damn good idea. It could turn out like SCREAM which had a shit 3rd movie, and redeemed itself with 4.

Weapon X
Weapon X at 02:20 PM Apr 06

Watched it once on a lark, haven't been back since. The one part that's stuck with me is that wicked neck-snap the Spinosaurus pulls on the T-Rex. That was, like, 20 points of badass in a 5-point movie.

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HarkonnenAmongYou posted a MOVIE REVIEW item: almost 2 years ago

Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare


Directed by: Rachel Talalay
Written by: Michael De Luca
Cast: Robert Englund, Lisa Zane, Shon Greenblatt, Lezlie Deane
Studio: New Line
Genre: Horror
Official Site:
Plot: Taking place 10 years in the future (as if it matters), Springwood is now bone-dry of its child inhabitants. Freddy has plans though to expand and start anew with the help of a special someone from his past.


All good things must come to an end, and for the long running staple horror franchise from New Line Cinema, it was time. Due to a downward trend in popularity and obvious diminishing returns, it was time to lay Freddy to rest for good. But whether or not the studio would deliver a satisfying ending for fans is another story...[more]...


Other reviews of this film: tbondrage99 (5/10) , Kevin Smith fan (7/10) > Display all
sLaShEr84 at 02:46 PM Apr 03

I really like the first one,part 2 and part 4.

timmyd at 11:05 PM Apr 03

horrible film , completely agree .

movieman32 at 07:10 PM Apr 06

I think the three best NOES entries were the original, part three, and New Nightmare, which were coicidentally the ones Wes Craven had some kind of direct involvement in creating.

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HarkonnenAmongYou posted an IMAGE item: almost 2 years ago
Revisiting some early Spielberg this week before checking out Jurassic Park:3D.

JohnLocke2342 at 01:47 AM Apr 02

fantastic lineup

Cochise at 02:33 AM Apr 02

never seen duel or sugarland myself

ericodarko at 05:09 AM Apr 02

Duel is an excellent lead-in to Jaws! He even uses the same ''Roar'' sound effect!

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