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  1. spiderfan1985
    01-24-2015 07:12 PM
    I think the muffled audio was the 2009 DVD. I haven't seen the movie in years, but I thought Hartman did a fantastic funny job. It also seems a bit disingenuous to take out a lot of his lines when it was one of the final films of his career. With the space available on Blu they could have offered both dubs and the Japanese track. Oh well. Que sera sera.
  2. Michael Bay Fan
    01-24-2015 05:52 AM
    Michael Bay Fan
    Good to hear. And That's what I do. I lighten the mood and bring Joy to all.
  3. Michael Bay Fan
    01-24-2015 05:46 AM
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    Been watching a few movies and lurking over the site to see if anyone talks about me. You?
  4. spiderfan1985
    01-23-2015 09:26 PM
    I knew they added lines, but I loved them. That's the impact it had on me. And I read that the new dub sounds muffled. It just isn't the same to me. I may still buy the Blu for the sake of completeness.
  5. spiderfan1985
    01-23-2015 04:29 PM
    Oh hey, not calling you out for anything. Not every film is going to hit everyone the same. I like a lot of Dreamworks recent crop. How to Train Your Dragon is the finest example there. That and Rise of the Guardians. I love that movie. I may have to lower my score for Boxtrolls. Not for anything anyone else had said, but my own reflection on it. 4/5 would be about right. Laika is going to be like any other studio with highs and lows. Boxtrolls was probably the most simplistic because it is based on a children's book. It aims a little younger. Coraline and ParaNorman were aimed for older kids. I mean 10 and up who could handle the darker tones and themes that run through both of those. Coraline is still my favorite of theirs. Hey, you plan to see Kingsman? It looks pretty fun.
  6. spiderfan1985
    01-23-2015 12:20 AM
    I saw it. The story is very simple, but I think that's okay for a movie ostensibly aimed at children. Even though I said in my own review that little kids would probably be put off by some of the more grotesque things that Laika is un-afraid to put in their films. Coraline is still my number one from them. I wrote aw rather verbose review of that one. Boy can I ramble. I'm glad you still enjoyed Boxtrolls though. The animation is awesome as always.
  7. spiderfan1985
    01-22-2015 11:32 PM
    So how did you like The Boxtrolls?
  8. Walts Ghost
    01-17-2015 11:51 PM
    Walts Ghost
    Hey, thanks, man! That means a lot. We're having a blast doing it, so I'm hoping that everyone is enjoying listening to it. With the numbers going up, I have to think they are. Thanks for listening!
  9. spiderfan1985
    01-17-2015 09:19 PM
    Exactly. Every home video review I have ever seen of it attests that it was shot to look as grimy and grungy as possible to fit the violent nature of the proceedings. Same with the sequels. None of the Predator films are made to look "beautiful" as we would consider it normally. I just picked up the Tremors Attack Pack today at Walmart. I watched the first one, which is the classic best of the bunch. Again, the video on that one was indicative of the way it was filmed. Of course it could probably use a restoration and/or a remaster, but it's certainly nothing less than totally watchable. A good bit grainy on occasion, but such is the way it was made.
  10. spiderfan1985
    01-17-2015 06:56 PM
    Thanks for the comment on the haul thread about the Predator blus. One of them ended up costing less than $4 without the tax added. I think it was the used 2008 version. I watched that one a bit a week or so ago and it looked pretty fine. I didn't really see any of the excess noisiness that people complained about. Have yet to pop in the Ultimate Hunter Edition. Predator 2 looked pretty darn good as well.

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