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good riddance ... see ya all next year ... have a fun night

 

how are you going to see it next year? LOL

 

and for the recorded I liked Big Trouble in Little China, it's got "James Hong" in it My favorite stereo type Asian actor. that man has been working a long long time. But I remember him from the days of like "Three's Company". that's how long he's been working.

 

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He created Deckard's eyes in bladerunner..

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I mean, sure, if it's tied with The Thing, Big Trouble in Little China, Assault on Precinct 13, and They Live

And Halloween

 

That it is. If y'all like the soundtrack for It Follows, you'll love the music in Escape from NY. It's all synth, and Vreeland borrowed pretty heavily from Carpenter for that score.

Also The Guest

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Let's kiss 2016 goodbye and make 2017 the best year ever!

 

Have a great night everyone! Be reckless, but be safe. And no matter who you kiss at midnight, I want you all to be thinking of me :)

 

 

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Serious question: does any at all enjoy the movie bitches segment !?

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Let's kiss 2016 goodbye and make 2017 the best year ever!

 

Have a great night everyone! Be reckless, but be safe. And no matter who you kiss at midnight, I want you all to be thinking of me :)

 

 

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I would like to just say fuck 2017 and go on with 2018!

 

now that Donald trumps going to be running America.

The Revolution Will Be

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See you all in hell!

 

it's all in this song by REM at 33 sec mark, end of the world as we know it. Donald fucking trump, his name is said.

 

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at one point in this song he says cavalier, that made me smile..I had that car once..

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I hope everyone has an enjoyable New Years!! I gotta do that bookkeeping thing again tomorrow morning, so I will not be staying up.

 

Roommate and I listened to this minisode again while playing some Animal Crossing New Leaf.

I took this picture to share of my five Jacob's Ladder plants. Seemed appropriate for some reason, I'm not quite sure why.

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I can already tell you what Jason's favorite line of this movie will be:

 

"It's horny time, baby!" - Bobo Nikki Minage

 

This has to be the best possible way to be greeted by someone you don't know when visiting a city for the first time.

 

 

The movie accurately predicted smart phones (of 2013). All the handheld devices in this movie are all the same garage door opener with LCD numbers-only display hot-glued on. We know that each device does something different because the actors tell us so.

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And Halloween

I actually don't like Halloween. I think it's one of his weaker films. I even prefer Vampires to it. I'm not a big fan of slasher movies to begin with, but I find that movie kind of uninteresting.

 

Serious question: does any at all enjoy the movie bitches segment !?

I'm not a huge fan of it (although I enjoyed this one more than some of the others, even though I hated the movie they were talking about). I also realize that I'm likely not their target demographic, and I imagine there are people that really enjoy it.

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Tell it like it is, Don!

 

I think it's also worth sharing this memorable performance by Mariah Carey.

 

Needs more glitter.

 

she needs more men to hold her up LOL! "that was Pause, amazing!" we know what she really wanted to say.

 

The number one rule of music is if you forget the words to your songs, just make them up and keep going on. only you know you screwed up not the people in the crowed.

 

at one point don wanted to get a tattoo and ended up getting his ear pierced.

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I actually don't like Halloween. I think it's one of his weaker films. I even prefer Vampires to it. I'm not a big fan of slasher movies to begin with, but I find that movie kind of uninteresting.

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(i've only ever seen Halloween & Big Trouble...)

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Serious question: does any at all enjoy the movie bitches segment !?

I don't mind them I just wish Paul would let them come record with earwolf equipment so they had decent sound quality.

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Maaaan, that review of the Correction and Omissions made me realize how much I love both the Massachusetts broken windshield spiel and Cameron H.'s "Streets of Fire as a metaphor for Rock n' Roll" thesis. Both are fucking brilliant. Well done! *bows*

 

Everyone should see escape Escape From New York because it is amazing. I think seeing Escape From L.A. before it might diminish your ability to enjoy the former because L.A. is basically a weaker version of the same movie (but it has Bruce Campbell and Kurt Russell so it is still very enjoyable). John Carpenter is one of my favorite filmmakers, and I think The Thing might be his all-around best movie, but Big Trouble in Little China and They Live are also just perfect movies. Halloween and The Fog are also great (controversial statement, I know!). Prince of Darkness and Mouth of Madness, while flawed, are severely underrated and wonderful. I have never seen Starman which is a GREAT SIN AND I HUMBLY APOLOGIZE.

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Everyone should see escape Escape From New York because it is amazing. I think seeing Escape From L.A. before it might diminish your ability to enjoy the former because L.A. is basically a weaker version of the same movie (but it has Bruce Campbell and Kurt Russell so it is still very enjoyable). John Carpenter is one of my favorite filmmakers, and I think The Thing might be his all-around best movie, but Big Trouble in Little China and They Live are also just perfect movies. Halloween and The Fog are also great (controversial statement, I know!). Prince of Darkness and Mouth of Madness, while flawed, are severely underrated and wonderful. I have never seen Starman which is a GREAT SIN AND I HUMBLY APOLOGIZE.

I like In the Mouth of Madness and Prince of Darkness quite a bit, even though they aren't his best work. I usually end up watching those two and The Thing together because if I see one part of the "Apocalypse Trilogy," I want to see the rest.

 

I finally saw the last JC movie I hadn't seen last year: Dark Star. It's really weird, but it's also kind of awesome because you can see how much of the filmmakers' future work (especially Dan O'Bannon's) was bundled in this fucking weird little student film.

 

Also, I saw Escape from LA first, and it didn't really ruin Escape from NY for me. In fact, it actually made me appreciate the first movie more because I was like, "Ohhhhh, so that's what that movie would be like if it were actually good."

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Are we doing favorite John Carpenter movies? Mine is Big Trouble in Little China. I agree with Quasar Sniffer above that it's one of those perfect movies.

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I watched this last night and I have to say this movie wasn't all that bad,

I feel like they are picking on poor John Carpenter...

 

One thing is forsure get ready for a lot of trump talk.

 

I like to call this one "Da wall of freedom"

 

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Lets make America great, again.

 

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Tomspanks, I like Big Trouble in Little China too, another fine James Hong film.

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Boo, the Mariah Carey video was removed. Too lazy to look up another upload lol

 

Haven't watched Escape from LA yet. Maybe tomorrow...

 

I always avoided watching horror movies, then somehow some years ago my roommate pulled me into the genre by having me watch The Thing. As far as Carpenter movies, I've also seen Halloween, Big Trouble in Little China, The Fog, Escape from New York, and In the Mouth of Madness. I like most of them, except for The Fog.

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Serious question: does any at all enjoy the movie bitches segment !?

 

I was really hoping someone would bring this up, as I'm not a fan but I wasn't sure what the overall consensus is. I know the segments are called Movie BITCHES, but they're just too mean for me. The thing I like about HDTGM is that yeah they're kind of making fun of the movie, but they also try to at least give the flick a chance and figure out what was going on. The Movie Bitches are mean just to be mean.

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I like Big Trouble in Little China too, another fine James Hong film.

My friend's 30th birthday was over the weekend, so we spent NYE watching movies made in 1986. About half of my friends had never seen Big Trouble in Little China before, which is kind of shocking. But they all totally loved it.

 

It was one of those movies I used to watch when I would go visit my grandmother every summer. My uncle is only about 8 years older than me, so he was in middle school and high school when I was a kid. He would show me all the movies my parents wouldn't let me watch, and he's the one that introduced me to John Carpenter through Big Trouble in Little China. To this day, it's one of my all-time favorite movies.

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There are so many great moments in Big Trouble in Little China it is not even funny. if you have not watched this yet.

 

Seriously, SHAME ON YOU!

 

Wet your whistle on this.

 

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and this

 

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I CAN NOT GET AN ERECTION WITH OUT A GIRL WITH GREEN EYES!!! imagine his delight when he fines out he can get two girls with green eyes, well that's like viagra to this guy.

 

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I would have to dare say it, this is Hurt Russell best movie. or second best.

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CRAIGSLIST: Older Asian Male, Seeking younger asian wife must be attractive young lady with green eyes, must be open for serious long term relationship. age no matter but preferably Green eyes, preferably Asian but willing to deal with other ethnic origins as long as you have green eyes. Favorite interests: Martial arts, Magic tricks, Dancing, Chineses Food, and ancient oriental pottery! likes Long walks and talking about the Good old times and performing magic tricks at will. Good with children..

 

Serious inquires only.

 

Lo Pan

 

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CRAIGSLIST:Seeking a sophisticated woman must enjoy loud music, hard drinking and good times. must Like, long walks, surfing, taco dinners, Lots of leather, and 80s music and style and fashion.

 

Favorite interests: hunting and Puzzle solving and dance.

 

If this sounds like you, My name is snake, Looking forward to hearing from ya.

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Dammit, jerry, you're making me want to watch Big Trouble in Little China again.

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