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Prog / Re: Prog 2032 - Shock and Awe!
« Last post by A.Cow on Today at 05:54:43 am »
I have to disagree with Eamon & A.Cow about the cover - I thought it was a very dull and poorly framed image and the perspective on the plane's nose seems wrong somehow.

Bloody hell -- now you've pointed out the nose, I can't un-see it.
Film & TV / Re: Universal's Dark Universe
« Last post by Smith on Today at 05:52:43 am »
I would reserve judgment on Universal until I see the Woody Woodpecker movie(if its released outside Brazil).
But seriously now,I have to ask;Tom,whats you beef with the Fast and Furious franchise?Granted,its kinda stupid,but thats the point.
Film & TV / Re: Last movie watched...
« Last post by Smith on Today at 05:47:30 am »
John Wick 2.IMO its not quite as great as the first,but its still very good.Actually,best duology(for now) since Boondock Saints.
Film & TV / Re: Universal's Dark Universe
« Last post by Supreme Pizza Of The DPRK on Today at 03:27:01 am »
I'm curious as to how an unreleased film has an 8.5 on IMDB though.
Off Topic / Re: RIPs
« Last post by Supreme Pizza Of The DPRK on Today at 01:33:35 am »
I decided to flick through the 2017 deaths list on Wikipeida to remind myself who we have lost this year so far and found some surprises that I had completely missed!

Shigeru Kōyama - Japanese actor who I was most familiar as Fuse in Beyond Outrage
Hiroki Matsukata - Japanese actor played Tetsuya from Battles Without Honor And Humanity series
Tsunehiko Watase - Also from the Battles... series
George The Animal Steele - Wrestler
Ivan Koloff, A.K.A The Russian Bear - Wrestler
Rosey - Wrestler, former tag team partner with The Hurricane

And most shockingly to me Nicky Hayden, Moto GP rider and championship winner. Which happened the same day as the Manchester Arena bombing which is probably why I found out about it via Wikipedia.

R.I.P Kentucky Kid. Taken way too soon.
Other Reviews / Re: Anderson: The Deep end
« Last post by sheridan on Today at 01:26:36 am »
Where's that modify button when you need it?

No more confusing I mean.

That's how confusing it is :P

Back to the topic - no Lawman of the Future love?
Film & TV / Re: Universal's Dark Universe
« Last post by Andy Lambert on Today at 12:41:23 am »
At the risk of sounding pessimistic too, I think you may be proven right...
As a console gamer of the 90's my experience with FMV games was limited to Fox Hunt and The X-files Game

Although I must say those screenshots are very professional looking... and the steam reviews are all reall great. I'm gonna be cautious and wait for the next Steam Sale.
Help! / Help solve a music argument
« Last post by Supreme Pizza Of The DPRK on Today at 12:24:48 am »
Which song is better

Ash - Burn Baby Burn or Feeder - Buck Rogers?
Film & TV / Re: Universal's Dark Universe
« Last post by Supreme Pizza Of The DPRK on Today at 12:18:43 am »
I hate to be a pessimist (not really, it's who I am) but I don't have much faith in Universal as a studio.

A company whose recent production credits include The Fate Of The Furious, Fifty Shades Darker, Ouija : Origin Of Evil, The Purge : Election Year and Ride Along 2.... oh and Bridget Jones's Baby

I can see studio involvement being a huge factor which won't be good news for fans of the classic monster movies.  And that Alex Kurtzman only has one previous directing credit, People Like Us

Prove me wrong Universal, prove me wrong.

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