You're going to have fun at Django, it's very Kill Bill with a little Blazing Saddles sprinkled over it
Thank you. I had meant to beat last year's record which was around 540 I think but extenuating factors such as moving to the other side of the country and what happened with my family set me back a bit. I'm hoping to get over 500 again this year but I'm also planning on focusing more on stuff like writing and getting stuff made which might take up a bit of my movie time.
I still need to see The Impossible. That and Zero Dark Thirty are only playing in three theaters deep in the heart of midtown at the moment which is a pain to get to from my house so I just haven't made the effort yet. I hope you hit the big 500 as well, sir and a happy 2013 in cinema.
Gronith- I'm the opposite, I think. I barely watch television save for quick half an hour comedies I can throw on in lull times.Yet I know there's great television out there I'd love like all three you mentioned. I need to make more of a concentrated effort to watch some of those.
Reading these year end wrap ups just make me realize... I barely watched movies this year. Got caught up in Sons of Anarchy, Breaking Bad, and Justified instead I guess.
Wow. That is a LOT of movies. I dipped below the 500 mark for the first time since (I think) I was in my 20's. I hit only 461 this year. 72 of those in the theatre.
I didn't mind The Pact. But I agree about Killer Joe. It's NC-17 rating really hurt it. I am glad I was not he only one to have seen Bigfoot (not that it was good, I just thought I was the only one).
Agree with just about everything. Hathaway was good. Very good. But Naomi Watts in The Impossible I thought was a tad better. Probably because she had more screen time.
Great Post sir. Hope that you and I can both his 500 movies this year!
Shit, I think that just gave me an idea for next year's April Fool's post.
No problem, guys. I still haven't found copies myself yet. I think I got stuck with a barely functional Walmart so who knows when they'll get it in. It's been fun hunting them down, though. Reminds me of the golden days of collecting.
Sweet! Anyone see these at best buy?
Thanks for the heads up! I think I'll stock these in the KR store. Man, there are some awesome movies in these packs.
Thanks foe the blog. I went right out and grabbed a couple. Thank you!
Good stuff man! I love these sets.
I just wish all these were on Blu-ray that would make my year.
Thanks! I might make a Other Top Ten list when another Friday the 13th rolls around. I know there's plenty more memorable moments in the series. I still need to get the newer deluxe editions so I can watch all the new features, but I was waiting 'til they all hit blu, preferably in a nice boxset. That, and a job, I suppose. But I still have that set from five or six years ago that'll tide me over.
Have you guys heard the Final Chapter commentary track? The director talks a lot about Crispin's dance. It's good stuff.
Awesome post Dusty. Number 7 had me laughing out loud. Jason's look really does say it all.
Friday is still my favorite series. You did a great job picking the best moments. I would love to see moments 11 thru 20.
Thanks. Jason Takes Manhattan is an average slasher once you get past that initial disappointment of the minimal New York scenes. I never understood the hate since it's about on par with most of the series to me.
You made Homicide cum. All I got was a hard-on. Still, at my age, that is no small feat. Well done sir.
And any list that contains a scene from Jason Takes Manhattan is alllllright in my books!
Thanks! It's really fun being here. It's actually been motivating me to write much more than I usually have in the past.
You'd be hard-pressed to find a bigger F13 fan than myself, really good job, glad to have you with us!
Well I am glad to see the dance by Crispin Glover made the cut!! What a fun read on Friday the 13th!! You are doing some great write ups on here man. Glad you have joined our community