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This is a notice to tell you that rob and I are reaching ST this coming weekend, the 21st, 22nd, 23rd. I expect to be greeted by downie darkos ready to hangout whilst stoking our nice long cats and dogs.
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    Post by Cephalo the Pod on Mon 15 Aug 2016, 9:31 pm

    Holy balls, the entire Lord of the Rings Trilogy is on Netflix!

    Well I know what I'm doing tomorrow.


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    More like Jared DEPLETO!

    Post by Cephalo the Pod on Mon 15 Aug 2016, 9:35 pm

    @Vyzor wrote:
    @lil' poopie boy wrote:so i hear suicide squad is trash
    I also heard joker had a lot more screen time but they cut out a lot of his scenes for some unknown reason. I'm still gunna give it a watch though
    I've heard about the Joker cuts as well.

    I don't know if you've already heard, but the Joker's actor, Jared Leto, was being an obnoxious asshole to everyone on set. He sent used condoms, bullets, and dead (or maybe living?) mice to his co-workers. All in the name of "method acting".

    I would not blame them if they cut out his scenes just to get back at him. Also maybe he just didn't give a good performance.


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    Re: Le Cinéma

    Post by Italyins on Thu 18 Aug 2016, 10:21 pm

    man why would you guys even want to see it, its in the same world as THIS!



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    Post by Vyzor on Thu 18 Aug 2016, 10:23 pm

    Ya, you're right! Fuck that greasy pile of donkey turds they call a cinematic universe.


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    Post by Cephalo the Pod on Fri 19 Aug 2016, 12:41 am

    So I watched The Fellowship of the Ring. It was fun. And now I know exactly where Dragon Age: Origins got its soundtrack.


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    Gollum! Gollum!

    Post by Cephalo the Pod on Sat 20 Aug 2016, 8:30 pm

    So I just finished The Two Towers

    There's quite a few obvious greenscreens in this movie. That was normal in the early 2000s, right?

    And the award for Best Scene goes to the Ents' siege on Isengaard, when one Ent gets set on fire, and then a few minutes later, after the Ents break a dam, that same Ent douses itself out in the flood. Fuckin' great.

    Huh, the movie kinda ends early. I recall a few more scenes in the book at the end. Were they moved to The Return of the King?

    Ohhhh, "gollum"'s the sound he makes!


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    Next up: A movie about BEARS?!!! No

    Post by Cephalo the Pod on Mon 22 Aug 2016, 12:04 am

    Watched Return of the King last night.

    Frodo and Sam's journey is easily the most interesting part of the whole story. Gandalf's a superman who only sometimes saves the day for Reasons. Legolas and Gimli are pretty boring by themselves, only interesting when they banter. Aragorn's alright, as are Pippin and Merry.

    But the Ringbearer and his aide; they're great. Two little hobbits sneaking for several months into Hell-on-Earth, their only guide a guy who's, half the time, on the verge of slitting their throats for the One Ring.

    The intro's fuckin' scary, man. Smeagol fuckin' chokin' his friend to death and mutating into an imp beats any Ringwraith's appearance by a mile.

    People overreact to that epilogue. For a 10+ hour story, having half an hour for tying up plotlones ain't so bad.


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    Post by Vyzor on Mon 22 Aug 2016, 7:48 pm

    Ringwraiths weren't even scary man. They just sounded pretty freaky.


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    Post by Italyins on Tue 23 Aug 2016, 8:47 pm

    @Cephalo the Pod wrote:Watched Return of the King last night.

    Frodo and Sam's journey is easily the most interesting part of the whole story.

    But the Ringbearer and his aide; they're great. Two little hobbits sneaking for several months into Hell-on-Earth, their only guide a guy who's, half the time, on the verge of slitting their throats for the One Ring.

    Yeah man the scene where frodo cant walk anymore so sam picks him up always chokes me up. definatly best part of the books and the movies.

    ill be less specific in saying that frodo and sams journey in the books and movie are the best parts, other than maybe the music


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    Post by Italyins on Tue 23 Aug 2016, 8:51 pm

    this scene if yous didnt get my meaning



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    Post by Cephalo the Pod on Fri 02 Sep 2016, 9:56 pm

    So, like, scary videos are significantly less scary when I'm drunk.


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    Re: Le Cinéma

    Post by Vyzor on Fri 02 Sep 2016, 10:29 pm

    Really? Btw, I was wondering if someone could watch this video for me when they're drunk.



    Apparently there is some pretty funky stuff going on. If you watch it before you're drunk though, nothing special happens and the video can never be watched again. SO WAIT UNTIL SUNDAY WHEN WE'RE HAMMERED. THEN WATCH IT>


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    Post by Cephalo the Pod on Fri 02 Sep 2016, 10:32 pm

    @Vyzor wrote:Really? Btw, I was wondering if someone could watch this video for me when they're drunk.



    Apparently there is some pretty funky stuff going on. If you watch it before you're drunk though, nothing special happens and the video can never be watched again. SO WAIT UNTIL SUNDAY WHEN WE'RE HAMMERED. THEN WATCH IT>
    You can't fool me. That's the same video you posted on your birthday.


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    Post by Italyins on Tue 06 Sep 2016, 9:13 am

    dusty old joke there, I'm suprised you didn't ask why the chicken crossed the road


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    Post by lil' poopie boy on Thu 22 Sep 2016, 11:41 pm

    dust, duncan is dust sometimes. isnt there a famous quote like about dust? from a movie or something? "Like the dust these are the days of defeat" or something??!


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    Re: Le Cinéma

    Post by Vyzor on Sun 25 Sep 2016, 1:18 am

    Hey guys, I took a selfie tonight. Do you guys think I look cute?



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    Post by lil' poopie boy on Sun 25 Sep 2016, 2:26 pm

    Looks good.

    Has anybody here seen Dexter?

     

    If you haven't, I would highly recommend season 1. It's based off a novel, and avoids the typical
    long drawn out tv series cliches and inevitable decrease in quality (because its the first season). But what is important is that the first season has no major cliff hangers, its honestly just a full circle story that feels more like a long movie. And it has next to no filler (it does have filler, but its not like obvious, desperate, walking dead like, hobbit like, or anything of that sort. Its mostly sub plots that work towards character development. Some of these are a little petty or irrelevant, but i assume they are set up for later seasons when the material becomes original and not based off the novel.)

    Anyways, the show is like crime-drama but with a sort of dark humor to it. And its not edgy, for those of you (duncan and rory, im looking at you) that will probably dismiss it right away because its about a serial killer and blood and whatnot. YOU KNOW WHAT, DARK SOULS IS EDGY. 

    But in all seriousness, watch it. Season 1 is 12 episodes, really well made, high production value, great music, great atmosphere, great plot, great acting and characters. Its not perfect by any means, it has several issues that ive noticed that dont make a ton of sense, and some things that are just inherent in tv shows that bug me, like things just leading to nothing or not being brought up again. PRETTY GOOD THO. idk


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    It's on Netflix.

    Post by Cephalo the Pod on Sun 25 Sep 2016, 4:28 pm

    Watched The Road to El Dorado yesterday. Gorgeous-looking. Really funny in the first third. Decent movie afterwards.


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    Post by Vyzor on Mon 26 Sep 2016, 8:09 pm

    My parents watched Dexter. Looked like it was pretty decent, but like all good shows ever made it had a really crappy ending. Doesn't seem like a show I would sit down and watch by myself to be honest but I think it could be enjoyable to watch with a friend or something


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    Post by lil' poopie boy on Mon 26 Sep 2016, 11:14 pm

    Dude like I said 1st season only


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    Post by lil' poopie boy on Tue 27 Sep 2016, 11:49 am

    in fact i was just doing some internet scanning, and it appears that the show is bad after season 1.

    season 1 is very complete and could stand by itself, like ive said, and i intend to not watch anymore of it. I would highly recommend it.

    also just saw a thing saying that if dexter had ended at season 1 it wouldve gone down in history as a cult masterpiece similar to Firefly.


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    Post by Vyzor on Tue 27 Sep 2016, 7:47 pm

    Have you been watching arrested dev season 4 there brandon?


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    Post by lil' poopie boy on Tue 27 Sep 2016, 10:48 pm

    yes


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    Post by Italyins on Tue 04 Oct 2016, 8:52 pm

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LTzTLjXYrxM

    yo Vyzor! watch this it got me pumped to watch some of the goldy oldie horror movies you own.


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    Post by Alpha Delfa on Sun 30 Oct 2016, 1:27 am

    I highly recommend watching the 1982 movie "The Thing". Its got some good action as well as some cool/kife monster scenes. The movie is actually very smart and will keep you guessing long after the movie is over. Great characters especially in Kurt Russel's RJ Macready, seriously watchable guy.


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