"I'm a Spillio who lives in the Toronto area. I love this website and all of the Spill crew, but often feel disconnected from the community living so far away from Austin, Texas. So I thought I'd see if there were any other Spillios who…"
My name is Melanie, if you haven't caught on to that yet, but I prefer Mel. I love music as an art form as well as to escape from whatever my mind can throw at me. I'm pretty laid back most of the time, love laughing and going to movies. Umm... what else.... oh! I like romantic comedies, so sue me Sam. =D
All Time Favorite Movies:
The Fountainhead, The Secret People, Plenty, The Notebook, Pulp Fiction, Nuit et Brouillard, Some Like it Hot, Monkey Buisness, V for Vendetta, Fight Club, Silence of the Lambs, One Dead Indian, I'll add more later, thats what I can come up with for now.
All Time Worst Movies:
Herold & Kumar, High Tension, Shrek 3, A Date with your Family, Cheaper by the Dozen, Cinderella Story, and all the other crappy pre-teen movies.
I'm a Spillio who lives in the Toronto area. I love this website and all of the Spill crew, but often feel disconnected from the community living so far away from Austin, Texas. So I thought I'd see if there were any other Spillios who live in the GTA who'd be interested in meeting up and hanging out for social events.
I'm thinking stuff like movie nights (obviously), karaoke, paintball, gaming, wonderland, etc. Fan Expo is also happening this month which would be the perfect occasion for a meetup.
Depending on how many people respond to this post (or if anyone does at all) I'll create a Toronto Spillio group on the site. It'd be a great chance to get together with people who love the site and love movies in general.
So if you live in Toronto or the Toronto area, and are interested, then give me a shout.
Yeah I watched Saw IV and thought it was good - but I thought it seemed to be starting to lose something that the other 3 had, the scene changes started to get a bit arty and made it look a bit like a student film at times I thought. I don't know the Bucket List film though. I thought No Country For Old Men was good until the last 15 mins. I just watched Lars And The Real Girl, unusual film!