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SpecialEditionSaboteur

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#233495
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I know it's odd, but...werewolf movie question
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Originally posted by: Mike O
Originally posted by: SpecialEditionSaboteur
You're welcome.

I'm heavily into the b-movie and horror genres. So if you have any more requests I might be able to help.


OK then, now I know who to turn to! Wolfen comes via Netflix tomorrow (returned some discs and they streangely didn't get them, so it's been a while). I'll watch it then. It's coming with Woody Allen's Match Point, of all things. Lets see if his latest critical darling is worthwhile.

By the way, in Wolfen, how the hell did they film the sequence with Wall Streeet deserted? You'd think that people would just drive through roadblocks in New York. A matte painting.


I haven't seen it in years, so cant help you out there. It was more of a guess because I know the movie is about werewolves and takes place in the city (with some nightime desertedness).

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#233494
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The Music Thread
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Originally posted by: Mike O
Originally posted by: SpecialEditionSaboteur
Rhapsody -- the best power metal band most people have never heard of.

Their newest album Symphony of Enchanted Lands II contains narration by none other than Chris "Saruman" Lee himself, who is a big fan of there's. He also performs an amazing duet with the lead singer on a single.

http://ec3.images-amazon.com/images/P/B0002I7422.01._SS500_SCLZZZZZZZ_V1116101003_.jpg



I also like the goth bands Lacrimosa and Illuminate (both are German)


I have a friend who into black metal and death metal (i.e., he thinks that Metallica are pretty soft [and in many ways they are; Zeppelin can be heavier]), so Rhapsody rings a sort of bell. Cristopher Lee, huh? No kidding.


Yes, as a matter of fact he's a good baritone vocalist.
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#233490
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Transformers Trailer
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Originally posted by: Yoda Is Your Father
Originally posted by: sean wookie
Well, at bible camp, we made this flow chart, to prove that transformers aren't against God, and since God made man, and MAN made the Transformers, The Transformers are a gift from God!!!!
Man did not make the Transformers. They are from the planet Cybertron. And on their home planet they look different: They took on the form of earth vehicles to blend in when they crashed here.


So which came first, the human or the robot?
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#231417
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The Music Thread
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Rhapsody -- the best power metal band most people have never heard of.

Their newest album Symphony of Enchanted Lands II contains narration by none other than Chris "Saruman" Lee himself, who is a big fan of there's. He also performs an amazing duet with the lead singer on a single.

http://ec3.images-amazon.com/images/P/B0002I7422.01._SS500_SCLZZZZZZZ_V1116101003_.jpg



I also like the goth bands Lacrimosa and Illuminate (both are German)
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#231414
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Look at what I bought.....
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Originally posted by: ricarleite
What? No "A Boy and His Dog", "Threads", "Running Man", "Soylent Green"? No "Escape from NY"? No "Mad Max"? What kind of a post-apocaliptical box is that??


Long Answer: Media Blasters/Shriek Show deals mainly in types of movies you would find on MST3K, and I'm a big fan of both. Although I also like the movies you named; I have the Escape from NY and Mad Max dvds. These shriek show box sets are especially nice since you get three classic b-movies for the price of one