I can't believe it has been so long. Hey, my name is crash, and I found this site when I was in 8th grade. I am currently a sophomore in college and in a strange kind of way I feel like this site has been like a third parent to me. You will have to…See More
10:00 p.m. - Stare at Survivor Girl while she works at shop
11:30 p.m. - Pick up Milk and Bread at Supermarket
12:00 a.m. - Stalk Survivor Girl while she studies upon legend
I'm sure Leslie Vernon, the epynomous antagonist of the film, had a list similar to this while he stalked his survivor girl(aka Final girl) and set up his detailed plans to lay the foundation of his legend among the top slashers of his day. Welcome to the world of Behind The…Continue
I saw another school production for my drama class for marks. This time, it was for the stage play "Into The Woods" based on the book by James Lapine. Original music and lyrics were done by Stephen Sondheim.
Into the Woods is a story broken down into two acts. The first act follows the standard stories of well-known fairy tale characters. It follows the story of Little Red Riding Hood trying to navigate her way through the woods to see her grandmother while avoiding the wolf.… Continue
Added by Derekj4246 on May 31, 2009 at 10:05pm —
I've been listening to a few of the last 'Let's Do This' podcasts while I walk in Monroeville on weekends when some thoughts came into my head for a potential spinoff for Let's Do This as well as a spin-off for the Co-Host.
Before I begin, I just want to say that the photos I made are just test photos so excuse the shitiness of them.
So, now for the heads at Spill and especially Korey and Co-Host, I'm presenting two pitches for potential spinoffs:
i'm just guessing not alot of people know this already but the movie flight of the navigator is being remade by disney. in my opinion on this i'm a bit skeptical on it. but what does every1 else thinks on this.
I love jingle all the way with ar-nuld.Lol,what's not to like?
It has ninja santa clauses,sinbad,swearing christmas sidekick bunny's,and a terminator flying around on a jet pack.Oh yeah,tom hanks wife is in it too.
lol,I just felt like bloggin about,but It looks like someone beat me to it:… Continue
Added by Jay Perry on May 31, 2009 at 4:00pm —
I just finished watching "let the right one in" a swedish film,directed by Tomas Alfredson.
if you have heard about this movie you know its a Great film, i was awstruck by the end by how brilliantly filmed this movie is.
Story: a swedish boy named Oskar lives with his mother in a suburb in Stokholm. he is small and picked on by bullies alot. he spends his free time practicing Revenge with his knife. then one day he finds a strange seemingly young girl named Eli,who turns… Continue
Thank you, Jason. Thank you for taking all the most horrible looking movies with a smile, for even going out of your way to request them. Thank you for being there for me when teens gets killed by a dude in a mask with a gold card to Home Depot. And a big thank you for reviewing this one. Call me when ghosts show up. We're ready to…
“Thank you for the adventure. Now go have one of your own!” –Ellie Frederickson, Up
We live in a blessed time in cinema. It is very rare that we can think of a single company that has given us such a consistent track record of very good films (just barely brilliant at their worst). PIXAR’s run of films hasn’t let us down yet, and ever since their first theatrical run with Toy Story, the company keeps raising the bar.
Let me start this review by saying I love Hayao Miyazaki films. Lupin the Third: Castle of Cagliostoro is the most complete perfect animation movie I have ever seen. (Yes, you die-hard anime otaku, it’s better than Akira. But that’s another argument for another time) My Neighbor Totoro always brings a smile to my face and takes me back to a time of innocence when the world… Continue
Plot: 78-year-old Carl Fredricksen sets out to fulfill his lifelong dream to see the wilds of South America to fufil his recently passed away wife. After lifting off he learns that he isn't alone since Russell, a wilderness explorer 70 years his junior, has inadvertently become a stowaway on the trip.
Alright Pixar's Up. I've been waiting a long time to see this movie. First off I might as well name off my favorite Pixar… Continue
It's been almost 15 years since a little animation studio called Pixar brought us a movie called Toy Story, and if anyone ever told me that in 15 years, over 10 movies, along with countless short films, that Pixar would never make a bad movie, I would have scoffed. Every Pixar film that has been released has been met with the same critical and audience acclaim ( some less then others, but still popular). The trend continues with " Up", Pixar's most mature movie to… Continue
Added by Spartan on May 31, 2009 at 11:30am —
Columbia Pictures is presenting newly-named The Smurfs Movie at Licensing International Expo 2009 next week in Las Vegas and here is your first look at the logo from the film. The big screen adaptation, written by David Stem and David Weiss, is scheduled for a December 17, 2010 release.…
Time for another groin-kicking episode of What I Saw!
So here's what I've seen since last time...
Drag Me To Hell was goddamn excellent. You know the old stereotype you always hear about? The one about how black people act in a movie theater, especially at a horror film? Well, that stereotype is alive and well my… Continue
Added by OTC316 on May 31, 2009 at 10:09am —
Now, as most of you know, an early workprint of Wolverine was leaked onto the internet a month before the film's release and word got out that it sucked. Well, that didn't stop it from getting $87 Million opening weekend. So, are the rumors true? Well, let's take a look. X-Men Orgins: Wolverine is a prequel to the original X-Men directed by Bryan Singer and takes place 17 years earlier. It's directed by Gavin Hood and stars Hugh Jackman as James… Continue
For those of you who don't already know, I'm a big Star Trek fan. But for the last ten years, Star Trek and it's fanbase has been dying. The last two films, Insurrection and Nemises were big disappointments, and same goes for the last two television series, Voyager and Enterprise. I'll admit I was skeptical at first, but after J.J Abrams was hired to direct and after hearing all the spot on casting, I was really looking forward to this. So,… Continue