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Curt McGirt last won the day on October 6 2016

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  1. SEPT 2017 MOVIE DISCUSSION

    It hurts knowing that and watching it again, honestly. You want to scream at them YOU COULDN'T GIVE HIM THE RIGHT GUITAR?! Speaking of what hurts, I just finished watching The King of Comedy. Having what is basically Taxi Driver performed as a comedy is not pleasant, but still pretty funny and enlightening in a sense. It's one of those movies that anyone watching is going to have a different opinion about. Sandra Bernhard is awesome of course. I think it was a predecessor to the Seinfeld/Curb/Always Sunny/Broad City kind of humor too, except darker
  2. The Grindhouse Report

    Well go figure, I would get an Autopsy record in the mail today and you would post about that. And of course I've never seen the movie and even though it was made for $1.99 it of course still costs money to watch it on Youtube
  3. KANE running for MAYOR in TENNESSEE

    Either that or Kane and Al Snow going door to door doing their Rock 'n' Roll Express impersonation. EDIT: Wait, he's already got Ricky on the campaign? No need for Al then. Poor Al always gets it in the ass. Good matches with Voldemort that nobody will ever watch again... the J.O.B. Squad... working for TNA...
  4. SEPT 2017 MOVIE DISCUSSION

    Santa Sangre was, of course, wild. It somehow turns into kind of a giallo halfway through (which I should have known from the Claudio Argento production credit and one of the guys being voiced by the same voiceover guy that did the boat pilot in Zombie, etc.). But it's also not? There were moments where I'd be laughing my ass off and then the tone just shifts hard left and it's depressing as fuck. Really a hard movie to make heads or tails of. The dying elephant still freaks me out. And hey... she liked it! She's also never seen El Topo or Jodorowsky's Dune, or the first two of the new trilogy (I haven't either) so we gotta get on that.
  5. SEPTEMBER 2017 WRESTLING DISCUSSION

    Oh shit, I somehow remember that. Does anybody have a gif or a video? That was supremely awful.
  6. Your Upcoming Good Stuff On TCM Thread

    Good lord is Gimme Shelter one nasty piece of building tension. I can't believe they managed to capture this shit on film.
  7. WWE No Mercy 2017

    "Wants to do THIS" took me a minute but when I remembered I fell out
  8. SEPTEMBER 2017 WRESTLING DISCUSSION

    That was so bad... so, so bad
  9. SEPTEMBER 2017 WRESTLING DISCUSSION

    Isn't he already doing that?
  10. Your Upcoming Good Stuff On TCM Thread

    Tonight's gonna be a music doc marathon: Monterey Pop (Hendrix, Joplin, Otis, Who, Ravi Shankar, etc.) Don't Look Back (Bob Dylan, Joan Baez, Donovan) Gimme Shelter (Altamont) Woodstock: The Director's Cut (hippies and everyone else playing popular music on the planet then)
  11. SEPT 2017 MOVIE DISCUSSION

    Yeah, but Hitch already has enough accolades
  12. SEPT 2017 MOVIE DISCUSSION

    In tribute to Tobe Hooper, we should call this the Texas Chainsaw Factor
  13. SEPTEMBER 2017 WRESTLING DISCUSSION

    This feels like it could be the entire reason for them making the survey. "Hey marks, if you plunk down the cash to rate the matches, can we please spend your money on WWE Films garbage?"
  14. R.I.P., Bobby Heenan

    IIRC, in his autobiography he said he was also completely burnt out from the WWF touring schedule. He had to basically carry an entire wardrobe by himself on that brutal schedule cross-country for years. He also had nagging injuries by that time (which looking at that bump above makes me understand).
  15. SEPT 2017 MOVIE DISCUSSION

    Sam always brings it for Quentin, at least. As far as Leigh's character went, you can't forget she was also a virulent racist, thief, and murderer. The whole point of the film was that there were NO sympathetic characters (minus the original staff of the lodge), and the way things turned out deserved to happen really. The violence towards her just underlined it. Also, when you think about it, she got to be one of the meatiest characters. She was crafty, conniving, got to sing and play guitar, got a long stretch of dialogue (Quentin's dialogue, which is always pretty much the best dialogue in cinema), and got a memorable, disgusting end. I can't feel too bad for Jennifer even if she was a punching bag too. Hell, her character was pretty much why the plot existed; she was the fulcrum.
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