Today is the day of the Aaaargh! My eyes! film festival here in London. Why have you not heard of this? Because I just invented it yesterday - stop interrupting with your stupid questions. My arm sprain has been acting up again these last few weeks so I've had to put my brace back on, so i can't draw or sculpt or do anything else one handed.
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I'm too lazy to get dressed and go out - so I decided to have the AME film fest. I have stacked up all the DVDs I bought in the last few days and I'm going to watch most of them today. The only problem is I can't decide which order - so after scratching me head for a while i thought I'd throw it to the floor.*
Here's the list. What do I watch first?
Once I've seen it I'll come back for the next - and so on... what fun!
Donnie Darko - The Directors Cut
SPACED the 3 disk collectors Edition
The Martian Chronicles
The Adventures of Robin Hood (Errol Flyn)
Once upon a time in the West
Frankenstein and Bride of Frankenstein double bill
Sunrise ( F.W. Murnau - 1927 )
The African Queen
Tipping the Velvet (3 part BBC adaptation)
Reservoir Dogs SE
The complete Ripping Yarns (Michael Palin and Terry Jones)
* I reserve the right to ignore suggestions from people I don't like, newbies and assholes. which pretty much covers all of you.
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Frankenstein completed; I love that movie - i think it was the first horror movie I was ever allowed to watch: I saw it, Dracula and the Wolfman in one fright-night style sitting when i was around 8 yrs old. I had to hide how scared I was from them till it was over. Didnt sleep for a month! Good times.
Martian Chronicles is an 80's miniseries TV adaptation of classic Ray Bradbury Sci-Fi. Lousy special fx and bad clothing, but Rock Hudson, Darren McGavin, Bernie Casey & Roddy McDowell. Niiiice. It's something of a fondly remembered classic - one of those "hey did you ever see..." things that crops up in nerdy pup conversation. I'm worried that it may have dated badly, but - despite the fact that it's almost 5 hours long I'm going to at least begin watching it next. Thanks to BK.
Neither - you are a respected veteran.... I tip the zero hat to you!
You haven't seen any of these? Donnie Darko & Reservoir Dogs are modern classics - and The African Queen.. Bogie* and Hepburn directed by Huston - can it be that people breathe who have not seen this film? Oh the youth of today - I do not understand!