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Old 02-08-2016, 05:40 AM   #3081
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Giant Tiger sells a lot of $3 brs (brand new). I've done a lot of blind buying for those prices. Some were really good (The Double, The Hunting Party, etc) while some not so good, especially Ca$h. It starred Sean Bean and Chris Hemsworth. Nothing wrong with that I thought... gosh, I just wanted it to end. It was a struggle fer sure.


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I seriously don't know why I actually bought this. I hate the old Godzilla films, I guess I got it to see if my opinion changed or will change? It didn't.
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This was worth buying just for Witchery as it had perhaps the worst performance by a child in motion picture history.
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Old 03-30-2016, 11:29 PM   #3084
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Two recent ones-



Cooties was slightly better but that's not saying much.
Freaks of Nature was a chore to finish watching.
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Old 03-31-2016, 12:15 AM   #3085
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Goodnight Mommy
The Babadook
Battleship
Last Days on Mars
Hobo with a Shotgun
It Follows


I'm sure there are many more but those are the one I can remember now. I'm gonna say they're bad films I just didn't enjoy them as much as I thought I would.
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Old 03-31-2016, 12:44 AM   #3087
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Goodnight Mommy
The Babadook
Battleship
Last Days on Mars
Hobo with a Shotgun
It Follows


I'm sure there are many more but those are the one I can remember now. I'm gonna say they're bad films I just didn't enjoy them as much as I thought I would.
Really???
I watched It Follows in theatres and I enjoy it more with each viewing. Actually, when I first saw it in theatres I thought it was just ok.
I even thought Last Days On Mars was a good blind buy for me. Low/no expectations, maybe?
Babadook was also a good blind buy for me. Not a perfect film but still good.
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I really wanted to like "The Happiness Of The Katakuris," everything I'd heard and the bits I'd seen looked like this movie would be right up my alley but I was ultimately very disappointed in the movie. "Monsters: Dark Continent" I had no real expectations for, picking it up used for $5 soon after it was released, but I still felt cheated by the premise and lousy execution.

Finally, "Frankenstein: The True Story" is actually an excellent early 70's made for tv (and shown edited theatrically outside the US) but the transfer on the Japanese Blu-ray is easily the worst looking BD I have in my collection from a technical standpoint. There is all sorts of weirdness going on with the transfer - it may be a standard def PAL source upscaled and (poorly) converted to 1080i, I dunno. I do know the US DVD easily trumps it and it's no great thing itself. I think I paid about $50 from Amazon Japan when it first came out with global shipping and after getting the BD and watching it, I felt like I flushed that money down the toilet.
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