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05 Nov 2011, 10:02 am

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Nathan Fillion keeps tweeting about this because his friend Alan Tudyk is in it. I can find it anywhere! Is it in cinemas?


It was and is only in limited theatres and some On Demands. The DVD/Bluray is coming out at the end of the month, I can't wait to get a copy for home.



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05 Nov 2011, 1:34 pm

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fraac wrote:
Nathan Fillion keeps tweeting about this because his friend Alan Tudyk is in it. I can find it anywhere! Is it in cinemas?


It was and is only in limited theatres and some On Demands. The DVD/Bluray is coming out at the end of the month, I can't wait to get a copy for home.


It was playing at a local art house theater in Spokane just recently, which unfortunately has a higher ticket price than the mainstream theaters, so I'll probably have to wait till it's out on DVD.

-Bill, otherwise known as Kraichgauer



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05 Nov 2011, 5:04 pm

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fraac wrote:
Nathan Fillion keeps tweeting about this because his friend Alan Tudyk is in it. I can find it anywhere! Is it in cinemas?


It was and is only in limited theatres and some On Demands. The DVD/Bluray is coming out at the end of the month, I can't wait to get a copy for home.


It was playing at a local art house theater in Spokane just recently, which unfortunately has a higher ticket price than the mainstream theaters, so I'll probably have to wait till it's out on DVD.

-Bill, otherwise known as Kraichgauer


It's available on DVD from Netflix, if that helps.



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06 Nov 2011, 2:46 pm

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Pan's Labrynith!
I loved it but my mom was talking for most of the movie! :x :x :x :x


that film is awesome.

watched Blood Creek last night. it was entertaining and there were some hot men in it.


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06 Nov 2011, 2:51 pm

Watched Apocalypse Now the Director's Cut on Blu-Ray today, which was pretty epic

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watched Blood Creek last night. it was entertaining and there were some hot men in it.


:shameonyou: anna-banana! ! Get your mind out of the gutter. young lady!


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06 Nov 2011, 5:50 pm

Yesterday, my wife and I watched Grizzly Man, directed and narrated by German film maker Werner Herzog, about a social misfit turned environmentalist who made it his life's mission to protect grizzly bears. Coming into such close contact with the animals that he could touch them, after thirteen years, the inevitable happened, and he and his girlfriend were killed and eaten by one of the grizzlies. A very haunting story about naivete and obsession.

-Bill, otherwise known as Kraichgauer



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06 Nov 2011, 6:22 pm

I watched Tucker & Dale Versus Evil as recommended! Really good, should have got a wide release.



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06 Nov 2011, 6:23 pm

SCRE4M (Scream 4)

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06 Nov 2011, 8:05 pm

Saw "In Time" on Saturday - better than expected though I thought the plot could have had a few less holes


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07 Nov 2011, 2:46 pm

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Saw "In Time" on Saturday - better than expected though I thought the plot could have had a few less holes


I plan on seeing In Time or Tower Heist either tommorow or Thursday.


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07 Nov 2011, 2:51 pm

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I just watched "Tucker and Dale vs. Evil". Its one of the funniest movies I have ever watched; its a great comedy twist on hill-billy suspense movies like Deliverance.


My sister wants to see that so badly! I'll have to get the DVD for her for Christmas. :wink:


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07 Nov 2011, 3:14 pm

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Watched Apocalypse Now the Director's Cut on Blu-Ray today, which was pretty epic

anna-banana wrote:
watched Blood Creek last night. it was entertaining and there were some hot men in it.


:shameonyou: anna-banana! ! Get your mind out of the gutter. young lady!


but they were fighting a Nazi demon! surely we would all cheer for that! ;)


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07 Nov 2011, 9:15 pm

Lilith-such a disturbing movie! Warren Beatty and Jean Seberg are fantastic in it!
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07 Nov 2011, 11:34 pm

Kraichgauer wrote:
Yesterday, my wife and I watched Grizzly Man, directed and narrated by German film maker Werner Herzog, about a social misfit turned environmentalist who made it his life's mission to protect grizzly bears. Coming into such close contact with the animals that he could touch them, after thirteen years, the inevitable happened, and he and his girlfriend were killed and eaten by one of the grizzlies. A very haunting story about naivete and obsession.

-Bill, otherwise known as Kraichgauer


Another great movie, a friend threw this on at a party and a crowd ended up watching it and cheering for the bears.



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07 Nov 2011, 11:45 pm

anna-banana wrote:
Vigilans wrote:
Watched Apocalypse Now the Director's Cut on Blu-Ray today, which was pretty epic

anna-banana wrote:
watched Blood Creek last night. it was entertaining and there were some hot men in it.


:shameonyou: anna-banana! ! Get your mind out of the gutter. young lady!


but they were fighting a Nazi demon! surely we would all cheer for that! ;)


:P I'll let you off the hook, this time...

I watched Reefer Madness this evening. What a mindF***


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08 Nov 2011, 11:25 am

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Kraichgauer wrote:
Yesterday, my wife and I watched Grizzly Man, directed and narrated by German film maker Werner Herzog, about a social misfit turned environmentalist who made it his life's mission to protect grizzly bears. Coming into such close contact with the animals that he could touch them, after thirteen years, the inevitable happened, and he and his girlfriend were killed and eaten by one of the grizzlies. A very haunting story about naivete and obsession.

-Bill, otherwise known as Kraichgauer


Another great movie, a friend threw this on at a party and a crowd ended up watching it and cheering for the bears.

I had a full on obsession with Werner Herzog in my mid 20's. I even carried a picture of him in my wallet. Have you seen Caspar Hauser?


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