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  • Brian861
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    Originally posted by Sock Monkey View Post

    I haven't read the book so I'd be going in rather blind to the movie. I need to watch this, but I've been dragging my feet over the last week or so with my movie watching.
    You'll probably be ok then and the movie really isn't that far off from the book. The book just made me feel a lot more for the characters then the movie ever would have alone. Plus they wanted to tie the movie in with The Shining movie which I detest. Lots of King fans don't care for this book either but it's one of his best for me.

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  • Brian861
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    Originally posted by Sock Monkey View Post

    Hollow Man was a thriller with Kevin Bacon and Elizabeth Shue. Maybe you're thinking of Memoirs Of An Invisible Man with Chevy Chase which I believe is more comedic, though I can't say for sure since I've never seen it.
    Sounds like I really need to revisit Hollow Man then LOL.

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  • dannyboy121070
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    I forgot to cancel my Shudder trial, so now I've got 30 days to kill watching Horror movies. I watched MANDY and THE HEADHUNTER.....Holy shit, what wastes of time those were. MANDY had about 30 minutes of story, if that, and it felt like a LAWRENCE OF ARABIA-length wannabe epic made by some random guy running around the woods and a quarry with a go-pro. Whacked-out and crazy, and not in a good way. THE HEADHUNTER......I won't say much, for fear of spoilers, but this was another one that was waaaay too dragged out, and it was barely 70 minutes. There are literally TWO people in this film, and one of them appears for maybe 60 seconds. After seeing the hero do the same three things over and over five times, I got it. But then they show him doing the same three things a few more times....Oy. The last 10 minutes were pretty clever, but this was not suited to be a feature film.

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  • Sock Monkey
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    Originally posted by Brian861 View Post

    The theatrical release I'm assuming since it was a RedBox rental. I loved the book.
    I haven't read the book so I'd be going in rather blind to the movie. I need to watch this, but I've been dragging my feet over the last week or so with my movie watching.

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  • Sock Monkey
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    Originally posted by Brian861 View Post

    Been so long since I've seen Hollow Man but wasn't that kind of a comedy? The Invisible Man is definitely not a comedy but I recommend everyone watch movies for themselves. I'm pretty hard on movies unless they absolutely blow my socks off. Unfortunately, most don't and I like a lot of films that others don't.
    Hollow Man was a thriller with Kevin Bacon and Elizabeth Shue. Maybe you're thinking of Memoirs Of An Invisible Man with Chevy Chase which I believe is more comedic, though I can't say for sure since I've never seen it.

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  • Brian861
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    Originally posted by Ben Staad View Post
    I don't want to get off topic but anyone excited or not excited to get back in a theater to watch a movie?
    I am but I don't believe they have opened back up here yet. I really want to see A Quiet Place 2.

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  • Brian861
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    Originally posted by Sock Monkey View Post

    I’m surprised. I’ve heard good things about both. Which version of Doctor Sleep did you watch, the theatrical or director’s cut? I heard the director’s cut, while not significantly different structurally, is a lot better.
    The theatrical release I'm assuming since it was a RedBox rental. I loved the book.

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  • Brian861
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    Originally posted by sholloman81 View Post

    I was excited for the Invisible Man when I first heard it announced; however, I never got around to it. When I saw the commercials for it on tv, it looked like it was either a knock-off of "Hollow Man" with Kevin Bacon/Elizabeth Shue or a movie made in response to the "me too" movement which was exploding at the time. Having seen it, are either of those thoughts valid or should I just give it a go?
    Been so long since I've seen Hollow Man but wasn't that kind of a comedy? The Invisible Man is definitely not a comedy but I recommend everyone watch movies for themselves. I'm pretty hard on movies unless they absolutely blow my socks off. Unfortunately, most don't and I like a lot of films that others don't.

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  • Ben Staad
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    I don't want to get off topic but anyone excited or not excited to get back in a theater to watch a movie?

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  • Sock Monkey
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    Originally posted by Brian861 View Post
    Doctor Sleep and The Invisible Man were my latest watches. On my super informative review and scale, both were just meh for me.
    I’m surprised. I’ve heard good things about both. Which version of Doctor Sleep did you watch, the theatrical or director’s cut? I heard the director’s cut, while not significantly different structurally, is a lot better.

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  • sholloman81
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    Originally posted by Brian861 View Post
    Doctor Sleep and The Invisible Man were my latest watches. On my super informative review and scale, both were just meh for me.
    I was excited for the Invisible Man when I first heard it announced; however, I never got around to it. When I saw the commercials for it on tv, it looked like it was either a knock-off of "Hollow Man" with Kevin Bacon/Elizabeth Shue or a movie made in response to the "me too" movement which was exploding at the time. Having seen it, are either of those thoughts valid or should I just give it a go?

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  • Brian861
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    Doctor Sleep and The Invisible Man were my latest watches. On my super informative review and scale, both were just meh for me.

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  • sholloman81
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    Just started season1 of "Amazing Stories" on Blu-ray. A real blast from the past and a very cool show. Forgot how many future stars were cast in the episodes and how many fantastic authors were involved in writing the episodes. Am wondering if anyone on the forum has seen the new version of Amazing Stores that was release by Apple TV this year. If so, how does it compare/was it any good?

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  • sholloman81
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    Originally posted by Martin View Post
    Been wanting to see The Woman by Lucky McKee for along time. Saw that a Blu Ray was being released by Arrow Video with lots of extras so I purchased it. First I will mention Arrow Films. I was not familiar with them but they appear to be a Criterion type of company releasing fully restored films with tons of extras. I am very impressed with this release and will buy more from them. Second the movie. I really enjoyed the movie and feel it represented the story well. Well acted with the proper emotions. I would give it a 4 of 5.
    Great purchase. Am a huge fan of Arrow Films and McKee's "The Woman". Just watched Arrow Films version of "Crimes of Passion" last night. Had never seen it prior to this watch. What an insane pic, plus, Kathleen Turner was smoking hot. Would also love for Arrow or Scream Factory to do a version of McKee's "May". Have a region B copy, but, would love to have a region A version with all the bells & whistles as well.

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  • Martin
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    Been wanting to see The Woman by Lucky McKee for along time. Saw that a Blu Ray was being released by Arrow Video with lots of extras so I purchased it. First I will mention Arrow Films. I was not familiar with them but they appear to be a Criterion type of company releasing fully restored films with tons of extras. I am very impressed with this release and will buy more from them. Second the movie. I really enjoyed the movie and feel it represented the story well. Well acted with the proper emotions. I would give it a 4 of 5.

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