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boomeh

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  1. http://www.comicbookresources.com/?page=article&id=22508 Walking Deads getting the US tv treatment! A much better thing to look foward to tbh.
  2. Junior. Becasue hes all women.
  3. FFS Lynch! Cant you just make a nice film for once. In all seriousness though, that was a dammed interesting article there, staplehead.
  4. Holy shit, I couldnt make it past the first minute. Now thats impressive.
  5. Was all a bit of a dissapointment in end, wasn it?
  6. What the fucking fuck? George Clooney? God! "From the author of Charlie and the Chocolate factory" Is the name of Roald Dahl no longer a house hold name? Love the stop animation, completly fine with it - its the subject matter that ruins it for me. All the light hearted jokes are so....>_<
  7. This Taking The Flak thing is so horrifically shit it hurts. I mean god, I thought you had to atleast put some effort in when getting bbc funding
  8. Yeah im in the same prediciment. Is the idea both episodes will be on Iplayer sometime? Is that what the red button does? Wants more psychoville!
  9. :( The cuckoo clock bit! That was awesome! It was like a play. Loved it how they got the old Legue of Gentlemen team back together. Hope that dudes going to be in it more.
  10. Yeah. Im sort of quietly hoping for this. I dont want to jinx it, as its been a while since James Cameron did something genuinly fanstastic, but he's had the track record to prove that anythings possible. Not only that but James Cameron held Avatar back for the right technology to catch up to cinemas for the best overall experince - I respect him for that - plus its returning to the world of Science fiction / action. The man simply knows how to present this genre in a very down to earth manner in such a way it doesnt feel pretentous or forced but somewhat hellishly and awesomly real.
  11. Holy heck! Sufficiently awesomed out by this now Any release date set yet? Its the end of this year right?
  12. "You're hurting me!" "No, you're hurting yourself"
  13. Aye cheers Charles for making that effort. Sounds awesome. Will need to track that set down today
  14. Err very possible. I post on Preys world forum if that helps
  15. One episode a week just inst enough! Hal from Malcolm in the Middles transformation is something on par with Ben Kingsley going from Gandhi to that guy in Sexy Beast tbh!
  16. Would buy that for a dollar.
  17. Bit of a shite episode I have to say.
  18. Episode 12! Holy shit, this was just insanely awesome Presidents daughter looks like pure filth
  19. Aye I tried this out a few weeks past. Bloody lovely so it was. Rich but. But bloody nice all the same. Good one
  20. Yeah so, my usual assortment of forum pals are being shite heads and going to bed. But I need validation! Nah, but im stuck, and i need peeps impute on what to do next, so without furthur ado... Since I seam to be developing a taste of 80s synth based melancholy as of late, possibly more in line with 80's cheese based efforts then the modern, orchestrated constructs of today’s soundtracks, I’ve decided to go back underground, to the world of John Carpenter, Tangerine Dream, Brad Fidel and Harold Faltermeyer. Maybe even Vangelis. They, I believe captured the essence of a good background sound that should have lived on, past the great 80s/now divide. Its a sound which doesn’t drown out what’s on screen, but instead adds huge lumps of epic scale for massive damage, the only Modern film to succeed outside this is, in my opinion is Elliot Goldenthal with his soundtrack to HEAT, but even that borrowed heavily from the old greats. It is my intention to bring back the same qualities of the 80s soundtracks, but give them a modern backdrop - of movies made up in my mind, to show more then anything that this particular sound need not be thought of as outdated or sinful to use in a modern film. Here goes my first. At first it was going to be like something you might hear out of 24 (that’s actually another modern great I believe. Sean Callery makes use of superb amounts of synth, but amalgamates them perfectly with the backing of an orchestra. Just listen to Jack in the Limo from Season 1 for instance), but then I decided it would take the turn of something more out of Micheal Manns universe (the man is a god). The end though is just pure 80s. If you've seen Manns "Thief", the finale from that was a bit of inspiration. Plus a bit of Grahams Theme by Michael Rubini from another of manns films, Manhunter – but I didn’t have quite enough of time to put in so many chord changes…NEED MOAR KEYBOARDS! Anyway here it is ¬_¬ http://www.zshare.net/download/4302832642df3d/ thanks for all your imput.
  21. You know what I think? You dont but here it is anyway. First half hour is going to be quite impressive. Very slick, very like the game - but then it'll switch, into the predictable, action fest, weilding two light machine guns, while flying through a window, over a table and through an army of random, gormless idiots like it was always going to be. Alas.
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