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    Don't Breathe was actually pretty good it's on Starz if interested.
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    I hate to say it, but I'm finally getting bored with horror movies.
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    Quote Originally Posted by puke View Post
    Has anybody here seen The Greasy Strangler? I hope its good cause I just ordered it based on someones recommendation.
    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt4381236/?ref_=nv_sr_1
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    So I got this in the mail today and its by far the most bizarre movie I've ever seen, I don't even know how to describe what I just saw.
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    Quote Originally Posted by puke View Post
    So I got this in the mail today and its by far the most bizarre movie I've ever seen, I don't even know how to describe what I just saw.
    It sounds borderline amazing lol I need to see this now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by puke View Post
    So I got this in the mail today and its by far the most bizarre movie I've ever seen, I don't even know how to describe what I just saw.
    Like "A Serbian Film?"
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    All the characters are pretty disgusting. There were some gross scenes that actually made me gag a little, lots of toilet humor I guess you'd call it. Like there's one part where the old man is going down on his sons girl and she's really hairy and while he's doing it he's lathering her up in bacon grease. Oh I went back and re read the IMDB reviews and someone wrote this exactly how I would describe it, It's kind of like if Troma and the guys behind "Napoleon Dynamite" teamed up and made a movie.
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    So has anybody yet seen the greasy strangler or am I all alone?
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    Just got done watching this and really enjoyed the story, slow burn though. On HBO on demand.

    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0899109/?ref_=nv_sr_1
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    Kingsman 2 is like spy kids XD

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    I thought IT was good.

    I still like Tim Curry from the original better. There was something creepier about his clown versus the new one.

    TBH- the new IT was almost exactly like watching Stranger Things.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bermstalker View Post
    I thought IT was good.

    I still like Tim Curry from the original better. There was something creepier about his clown versus the new one.

    TBH- the new IT was almost exactly like watching Stranger Things.
    Well, of course it is. Stranger Things is a massive homage to the work of Stephen King, especially It and Stand By Me.

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    Brawl in cell block 99 4.99 rent on Amazon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bowieluva View Post
    Well, of course it is. Stranger Things is a massive homage to the work of Stephen King, especially It and Stand By Me.
    I didn't know that. Now it makes more sense.


    I finally watched the new Kingman's movie. Not as good as the first, but still decent.

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    i really disliked the Last Jedi, a lot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AtlantaAndy View Post
    i really disliked the Last Jedi, a lot.
    What sucked about it?
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    Has anyone seen Three Billboards outside Ebbing Missouri? I think I'm going to redbox it and watch it tonight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angiebla View Post
    Has anyone seen Three Billboards outside Ebbing Missouri? I think I'm going to redbox it and watch it tonight.
    Yes, I first thought it was a Western which it's not.
    It was good. The ending was not really an ending.
    Lead's me to believe that they'll make a sequel.
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    The movie was really good. I highly recommend it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angiebla View Post
    Has anyone seen Three Billboards outside Ebbing Missouri? I think I'm going to redbox it and watch it tonight.
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    Yes, I first thought it was a Western which it's not.
    It was good. The ending was not really an ending.
    Lead's me to believe that they'll make a sequel.
    In case anybody didn't know- it's based off of a real story.
    https://www.insideedition.com/real-s...missouri-40961

    Since 1991, the Fulton family of Vidor, Tex., has been putting up billboards demanding that cops make an arrest in the cold case murder of Kathy Page.

    “My dad inspired that movie by putting those signs up,” Sherry Valentine, Page's sister, told Inside Edition.

    Page was a married mom of two and was found dead in a car wreck 100 yards from her home. The family claims it was murder.

    An investigation determined the victim had her nose broken and was strangled. In addition, the police probe found that her body had been placed in the car after she had been slain.

    Bloodstains were found on her underwear and skin, but none on her outer clothing.

    The billboards, which appear on a road outside Vidor, have been up ever since, serving as a public expression of the family's frustration. They say they are up because they want to be heard and are seeking justice.

    The family changes the billboard slogans periodically.

    The most recent points a finger directly at the victim’s estranged husband, Steve Page, a former insurance salesman who has since moved out of town.

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    Thank You For Your Service was good, but sad. Shit was real as hell.

    The Post was okay, kind of boring. I chose to watch it for its awesome cast.

    I really want to see The Quiet Place, but I'll wait till its out on Redbox like I do with all movies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angiebla View Post
    Thank You For Your Service was good, but sad. Shit was real as hell.

    The Post was okay, kind of boring. I chose to watch it for its awesome cast.

    I really want to see The Quiet Place, but I'll wait till its out on Redbox like I do with all movies.
    I fucking loved A Quiet Place. My dude and I saw it on my birthday and were supposed to go out to eat after but I instead asked him to take me to the nearest bar so I could drink away all the feelings I had.

    I've watched Train to Busan recently and loved that as well. ( But I also watched Jodi Arias: Dirty Little Secret and liked it so maybe I just like everything.)
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    My husband hated The Quite Place. I thought it was interesting. IDK if I would watch it again but it was good for one watch

    I watched Deadpool 2. I love me some Ryan Reynolds, but I thought it wasn't as good as the first one.

    Truth or Dare was lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bermstalker View Post
    My husband hated The Quite Place. I thought it was interesting. IDK if I would watch it again but it was good for one watch

    I watched Deadpool 2. I love me some Ryan Reynolds, but I thought it wasn't as good as the first one.

    Truth or Dare was lol.
    We were gonna watch Truth or Dare the other night but instead rented It Comes at Night. Which was okay, the ending was great and the premise was intriguing, but it faltered in delivery and story-telling.
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