eddysnake wrote:Yep, those returning characters were an embarrassment to the story. Outside of them, I still thought it was fun, I probably wouldn't have liked it as much as I did 10 years ago, but I'll be damned if watching movies with my kids doesn't change something.
Just watched ET with the family, I probably couldn't be friends with anyone who doesn't like that movie.
tifosi77 wrote:Recoil magazine posted a fun photo on Facebook this morning:
Trying to ID everyone, I've got (standing, L-R)
Paul Riser (Carter Burke), Jenette Goldstein (Pvt. Vasquez), Mark Rolston (Pvt Drake), Sigourney Weaver (Ellen Ripley), Ricco Ross (Pvt Frost), Michael Biehn (Cpl. Dwayne Hicks), Carrie Henn (Rebecca Jorden, aka 'Newt'), Lance Henriksen (Bishop), Bill Paxton (Pvt Hudson).
The two kneeling guys have me terribly vexed. Al Matthews (Sgt Apone) is obviously not there, and neither are Cynthia Scott (Cpl. Dietrich), and Colette Hiller (Cpl. Ferro). So by process of elimination we are left with Trevor Steedman (Pvt Wierzbowski), Tip Tipping (Pvt Crowe), and William Hope (Lt Gorman) to pick from.
The kneeling guy on the right looks like Brazilian uber-chef Alex Atala.
shafnutz05 wrote:Great news tif!
http://metro.co.uk/2014/05/10/michael-f ... n-4723410/
This list is pretty much everything I love about movies.
Froggy wrote:The top ten had Troll 2, The Room, Miami Connection, Samurai Cop, and Hard Ticket to Hawaii. That's a major win in my book.
In unrelated news, it looks like I'm going to be going to Austin to check out the Housecore Horror Festival in October. It's a horror and metal convention run by Phil Anselmo. The big draw this year is a 40th Anniversary screening of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre with most of the original cast in attendance. It should be a good time, even if I can't stand metal.