What Are You Watching? (Non-Anime Edition)

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Re: What Are You Watching? (Non-Anime Edition)

Post by oldwrench » January 30th, 2012, 4:27 pm

second word....."Infested" more shuddering
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Re: What Are You Watching? (Non-Anime Edition)

Post by Anime DVD UK » June 29th, 2012, 10:41 pm

i always love to watch CSI: New York and CSI: Las Vegas, plus Ghost Whisperer. but of my my series collection is Korean. i really enjoy how they created a certain series or movie. thanks to [...Edit Sakura: Please avoid links to commercial sales websites, even for Anime...] i found it all there.

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Re: What Are You Watching? (Non-Anime Edition)

Post by Sakura » July 1st, 2012, 11:38 pm

Dinky wrote:One word: "HOARDERS"
*shudder*
I am now going to clean my entire house top to bottom and go completely minimalistic. :sob:
With "clean entire house top to bottom" you mean "finish Oil on Water as fast as possible" right? :shy:
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Re: What Are You Watching? (Non-Anime Edition)

Post by Dinky » September 4th, 2012, 12:43 am

*sigh* Someday. I swear. I really will finish it. Tell Gpa to take my kids for a day or two and I'll actually finish a chapter.
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Re: What Are You Watching? (Non-Anime Edition)

Post by oldwrench » September 4th, 2012, 4:20 am

come and visit, bring your kids and computer, and we'll take care of the kids while you bang away at the keys.
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Re: What Are You Watching? (Non-Anime Edition)

Post by Dinky » September 12th, 2012, 7:55 pm

Supernatural. Good show, cute guys ( :thumb: ) fighting the supernatural powers of evil. A wee bit cheesy, a lot 'o bit funny, a teensy bit scary at times. Okay, I got scared by 'Shaun of the Dead', so it's maybe not scary to anyone else, but I get creeped out often by the scary baddies in the show.
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Re: What Are You Watching? (Non-Anime Edition)

Post by oldwrench » September 12th, 2012, 10:25 pm

Mostly cheese and fun, daughter. But then, maybe I should call them to check out this house. When SHE is gone and I'm sitting at my computer in the basement, even with Lucy sitting on my lap bothering my typing, I'd swear I hear someone walking around upstairs. I can even follow the noise across the rooms. Also late at night, trying to fall asleep, I often hear things moving around, again, even with Lucy laying on the end of my bed.

Now I suppose Dinky won't want to stay overnight here.
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Post by Dinky » September 12th, 2012, 10:43 pm

HA. That's all happened to me everywhere I've lived, especially my last house. It's worse when your four year old keeps coming out of his room at night to ask you why the man is whispering to him to be quiet, and you're home alone with him! :sob:
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Re: What Are You Watching? (Non-Anime Edition)

Post by oldwrench » October 8th, 2012, 4:54 am

I bought a box set of old scifi movies at Target. The 50 movies on 12 DVDs come out to about 20 cents a movie. They are worth about that much. You've heard of B movies......... I don't think these make a C-. Don't you just love bad old scifi and horror movies? Almost one hundred hours of rejects from MST3K. The dates for these things cover from 1935 through 1990.
One surprise in the first two discs, a movie made in Zera's neighborhood. It was filmed in Columbia, around Cartagena. It's about a down and out novelist who finds an alien space ship in a mountain cave. He figures he's going to get rich but when he tries to tell the story, he ends up chased by government men, mob assassins, and alien robots. There's a lot of shooting and chasing. One fun scene, he's in the back of a truck carrying chickens, the farmer driving is drunk and all over the road, plus he's being chased by an assassin driving a truck.
OOooo, Zera should see this one. "Top Line" is so bad it's fun....... staring Franco Nero, Deborah Moore, Mary Stavin, George Kennedy. It was made in 1988 and is even in color.
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Re: What Are You Watching? (Non-Anime Edition)

Post by JHawkNH » October 9th, 2012, 8:34 pm

What is that boxset called. it sounds like I need to get it.
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