Jules Verne. Masterpiece.

They forgot this chap, the cream of Dublin.

And Spider-Man too...

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Barry Jamison is after saying that both nights have been recorded and they're doing a full road tour next year.

So hopefully more people will get to see this.

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rich cartwright wrote:

Been gutted to miss out on it, but that Xpander clip put hairs on the back of my neck.

You'd like to think he'll release a live recording of it on the label.

People at the gig said there was posters up to say that it was being recorded on both nights. So hopefully it does see the light of day.

TitianWarrior wrote:

I've only just got round to listening to this, does anyone know the track that starts @ 1hr 5mins? It's after the squelchy acidy one


https://soundcloud.com/nousklaeraudio/m … si-nous008

Nick Sneddon wrote:
steelydan wrote:

Logan 5/10

Another stinker from Marvel.

Seems to be a bit of a Marmite film this one, I loved it

Don't think so, seems like it's good reviews all round. Haven't seen or heard a bad review about it, apart from Star Wars wankers there.

Homegrove wrote:

The first Alien is coming back to theaters for limited time. Just one showing in Turku. Managed to get ok tickets to that. Never thought I'd get to see that on a big screen ever.

They released it back in 2003 as well. Wouldn't mind seeing Aliens though on a big fuck off imax screen.

Dermatron wrote:

Arrival  4-10

Giant squid turn up on earth and a bird is able to see into the future and save their race.
Load of old shite that's as tired as an octagenarians sphincter.

Yeah, I thought it was a bit shite too.

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steelydan wrote:

Her residency with Heidi looked good.

http://i.imgur.com/OVYtvWP.jpg

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Their new logo...

http://i.imgur.com/D2A1PSf.jpg

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Nick Sneddon wrote:
liquitech1 wrote:
Nick Sneddon wrote:

this films been getting a good rep, throwback to the body horror films of the 80s with no CGI

think its a red band trailer so use discretion

...like the look of that, Nick.

starts off well enough, just ends up as a complete mess storywise

Agreed. Just finished it there.

Was like they took bits from The Thing, Assault On Precinct 13, Baskin, Hellraiser, and From Beyond, and just put them in a blender and hoped for the best.
Effects weren't bad in it though.

ghostriddenhuffy wrote:
Ger_Stokes wrote:
ghostriddenhuffy wrote:

Zombeavers...lol. I'll have to check out autopsy of Jane Doe.

Jane Doe is quality. Zombeavers is a good laugh, and not as bad as your usual sharknado or syfy channel shit.

I'm sure you saw The Guest? Another class flick and great soundtrack.

Haven't seen The Guest either, damn, not on Netflix or Dish - I'll keep an eye out for it, read the synopsis - looks decent.

The Guest is top class, well worth checking out.
It was on Netflix there for ages, the last year at least. Just checked again and it seems they got rid of it.

So many to choose from, but saw Nine Inch Nails live a few times and were quality every time.
Underworld and The Prodigy live a few times too, spot on.

And Depeche Mode a few times, legendary.

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This wasn't bad either, was done before his balance cd.

https://www.discogs.com/James-Holden-Pa … ase/528365

First and last tracks on it are the bees knees.

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Still think his balance cd is quality.

ghostriddenhuffy wrote:
Ger_Stokes wrote:
ghostriddenhuffy wrote:

The Signal, Area 51, Unidentified, Exists, The Hallow, Willow Creek, Eight Legged Freaks, Nightlight, Lights Out, Oculus, Mirrors are worth a gander.

Actually seen all those too, I watch far too much of that type of stuff!
You seen Autopsy Of Jane Doe yet? Thought that was a quality one. Oh and taking the piss ones, Zombeavers was worth a look.

Zombeavers...lol. I'll have to check out autopsy of Jane Doe.

Jane Doe is quality. Zombeavers is a good laugh, and not as bad as your usual sharknado or syfy channel shit.

I'm sure you saw The Guest? Another class flick and great soundtrack.

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liquitech1 wrote:

..I hear they're remaking 'Big Trouble in Little China' with The Rock as Jack Burton. Anyone know if this is true?

True. That can fuck off.
The Rock is in everything these days.

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Nick Sneddon wrote:

did you see escape from LA? dogshit

Yep, escape from la was pretty shit. Although it was good to get more Kurt Russel as Snake.
But the surfing scene just fucked the film completely.

ghostriddenhuffy wrote:
Ger_Stokes wrote:
ghostriddenhuffy wrote:

I actually am a huge B-movie horror & SciFi fan,  but with some of the comments on this board, I pretty much keep that to myself.  There's always some value that can be derived from the worst of films yet...some are just unbearable to watch.  I actually like the comedic value from cheesy horror movies...they can be more amusing than an actual comedy.  On Netflix I watched recently: Extraterrestrial, Alien Abduction, Fire In The Sky, Hangar 10, Spectral, Harbinger Down, Monsters, The Fourth Kind, and Australien.  All I thought were decent.

You're not the only one pal, I love my b-movies and horror flicks too, bit of sci-fi too, but the likes of the new Star Wars movies can fuck off.
Saw all those flicks too that you just mentioned, some were decent. Liked Extraterrestrial, and Fire In The Sky is a great flick.

The Signal, Area 51, Unidentified, Exists, The Hallow, Willow Creek, Eight Legged Freaks, Nightlight, Lights Out, Oculus, Mirrors are worth a gander.

Actually seen all those too, I watch far too much of that type of stuff!
You seen Autopsy Of Jane Doe yet? Thought that was a quality one. Oh and taking the piss ones, Zombeavers was worth a look.

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Nick Sneddon wrote:
Ger_Stokes wrote:

Escape From New York

another favourite of mine, with a remake on its way unfortunately

I'm in two minds about it myself. On one hand they have Robert Rodriguez directing it, I like his stuff. But who can they get to replace Kurt? Don't think anyone else can play Kurt's role.

ghostriddenhuffy wrote:
liquitech1 wrote:

..I can't imagine what it must be like to be sitting there during a film, getting vexed because the "character development" was wrecking your head, or because there were "too many holes in the script". There seems to be a correlation between people who watch every film that comes down the pipe and those that have these complaints.

Fascinating stuff, I know.

I actually am a huge B-movie horror & SciFi fan,  but with some of the comments on this board, I pretty much keep that to myself.  There's always some value that can be derived from the worst of films yet...some are just unbearable to watch.  I actually like the comedic value from cheesy horror movies...they can be more amusing than an actual comedy.  On Netflix I watched recently: Extraterrestrial, Alien Abduction, Fire In The Sky, Hangar 10, Spectral, Harbinger Down, Monsters, The Fourth Kind, and Australien.  All I thought were decent.

You're not the only one pal, I love my b-movies and horror flicks too, bit of sci-fi too, but the likes of the new Star Wars movies can fuck off.
Saw all those flicks too that you just mentioned, some were decent. Liked Extraterrestrial, and Fire In The Sky is a great flick.

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ghostriddenhuffy wrote:
Mickyd wrote:
Homegrove wrote:

You should keep it in your memories. Not watch it again. Trust me.

That's just your opinion and we thank you for it, but bolloxs! There is nothing wrong with re-watching old films regardless if they hold up or not! I'm currently on a hunt for films from the 80's and haven't been let down with any I've managed to find and buy, yes they may be dated and possibly crap to begin with but they are still 'FUN' to watch.

All this negativity about bloody films from some of you is just a joke! It doesn't matter what type of film it is i.e. comicbook which is such a naughty word, film is there as as form of escapism, if people choose MCU films to escape day to day crap then so what! no need to be so effing opinionated about it, you don't like fine but give it a effing rest on telling people that! I'll watch any type of film and if it slighty entertains me then that's just fine, if it didn't then so what as well! Stop banging the bloody drum some of you with this is crap that is crap

This isn't aimed at you H, just some people on the board and the board in general.

This used to be a decent place to chat about anything in day to day life, now it's crap and I'm surprised still going with the way the elite group think they can use it and berate other members, main reason I don't bother posting here anymore is all this negativity on nearly everything that is posted nowadays!

Micky, check out The Wraith, The Supernaturals, and The Bermuda Depths - overlooked 80's movies that are classics IMO.


Add to that list...
The Warriors, Escape From New York, Return Of The Living Dead, The Blob, The Monster Squad, Big Trouble In Littke China.

Some classic 80s flicks.

Do a Kurt Russell triple bill and add in Escape From New York and Big Trouble In Little China to the already mentioned The Thing.

ghostriddenhuffy wrote:

Just went to see 'Life'.  If you're looking for hammer house horror time - this nails it.  15 minutes in, and no taking your foot off the gas.  This is a fantastic horror/sci-fi film that is well scripted, plausible, and well acted.  If you felt 'Arrival' was too slow and contemplative, this film is the antithesis of it.  No spoilers, it's a must see.  8.5/10

Going to check it out during the week, I like the look of the trailers. Didn't like Arrival at all, so will probably love this.

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liquitech1 wrote:

..if ever there was a thread worthy of this pic

http://cdn-mixesdb.com/mw/images/1/14/Ricardo_Villalobos.jpg

That pic reminds me of the headcases on the old global underground board.
Someone posted it there, and taking the piss I said it looked like Danny Howells was having a bit of a bad day in that one, knowing it was Ricardo Villawhatshisname in the pic.
They went absolutely off, lost it altogether! Thought they were going to hound me down and burn my gaf to the ground.
It could have been Mulligan before he calmed down a bit these days, but could have been someone else, can't remember exactly, so many nut jobs.
The good ol GU board days, some proper headcases on there!