Dangerous Days: Making Blade Runner. While the actual movie just didn't do it for me, this documentary was interesting. Some parts were a bit boring, like the explanation of the visual effects but the stuff about the troubled production and release was very interesting. Maybe if I watch the film another time and maybe watch a different version, it'll start to grow on me. The problem was that people said it was all philosophical and posed questions but all I saw was a rainy, grimy, depressingly uninteresting film where Harrison Ford just scowls a lot and Rutger Hauer acts like he's in a completely different film than everyone else. If I'm not interested enough from a very early point to try to understand what the movie is about, then it's not good in my opinion. I hope it won't go the same way as Alien, which I still just cannot get into because it's so boring.
Post by jackburton on Jan 24, 2010 20:07:39 GMT -5
Just watched Richard Stanley's The Secret Glory- The story of SS officer Otto Rahn and his search for the holy Grail. I really liked it, not a normal documentary it's very stylized. If your interested in WWII this is for you. Doesn't spend much time on his actual search for the grail it's more just about this guy, so if you're looking for Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade you'll be disappointed.
I watched about two and a half hours worth of featurettes about Blade Runner. The documentary and these further things have made me appreciate the film more and I will watch another version of it some day but I do still think it's overrated. I can see how it's influential but the themes and ideas they claim that are in the film... until I started hearing them talk about them, I never thought them. Maybe I'm not very smart but that's too deep for me.
Post by rickofthedead on Feb 11, 2010 22:32:57 GMT -5
Religulous This has to be one of the funniest documentaries ever. Bill Maher is awesome and calls out so many religious people for things, that its hilarious. Plus he gets kicked out of the Vatican and other places. Definitely worth a watch.
Bingo: The Documentary This was just okay. It really shows you how fucked up people are over certain things. These people waste their paychecks on bingo, and then try to win them back.
Post by MasterWarlord on Feb 18, 2010 22:24:43 GMT -5
I have sealed copies of ''30 Years of Terror'' and ''His Name Was Jason''. I may wait until the ''Elm Street'' documentary is released and watch all three of them in a row. However, I did enjoy the ''Texas Chainsaw'' documentary...
slasherfreak: Deadpit Forever !!!
Dec 23, 2017 8:48:33 GMT -5
newt138: It might have lived again if CK wasn't such a dick to all the fans. Admit it you stupid fuck Deadpit died cause you are a greedy fuck. Like when you created that bootleg site and tried to act like it wasn't you behind it. But you were stupid
May 1, 2018 0:48:10 GMT -5
newt138: and used the same email address you used to see hockey masks. How many fans did you drive away? How many fans did you rip off? You managed to drive off CodyLL who was a diehard fan. Face it you fat stupid fuck you killed deadpit. And don't have the balls
May 1, 2018 0:49:15 GMT -5
newt138: To admit to doing it.
May 1, 2018 0:49:46 GMT -5
bradtheman: Like all things in life, Deadpit Radio's run had to end at some point. Towards the end, Wes, Aaron, and Steve's hearts weren't in it and that it was time to move on. For what it's worth, I like to thank the threesome for inspiring me to do commentaries.
May 26, 2019 19:07:39 GMT -5
oldhorrorfan: Stuttering Steve Bumblefuck B Plan was worse than Aids on there and was one of the Main reasons the show went to shit so fast..
May 31, 2019 8:58:17 GMT -5
bradtheman: That and the horror genre was going down the tubes when Aaron and Wes signed off. It still is with the Child's Play remake and I Spit on Your Grave: Deja Vu as examples.
May 31, 2019 23:23:06 GMT -5
newt138: No mainstream horror was going down the tubes. There was plenty of good mainstream horror. But as fat fuck Wes told many people "Unless we get sent a copy for free I Aint reviewing it."
Jun 11, 2019 13:50:53 GMT -5
bradtheman: The 8th anniversary of my very first audio commentary is coming up. It was for Psycho IV: The Beginning. I like to thank Wes and Aaron for inspiring me to do some on my own.
Jul 1, 2019 22:45:10 GMT -5
psychostillvicious: Greetings one and all. Don't know if anyone remembers me, but whatever. I was a poster here many moons ago. God I loved Deadpit. I'm just strolling down memory lane after hearing some sad news from Wes on facebook. Long live DP.
Jul 25, 2019 14:15:25 GMT -5
bradtheman: I'm sorry about what Wes Vance is going through right now. My thoughts go to him and his family.
Jul 27, 2019 22:49:33 GMT -5