Friday, December 09, 2005


917) 7th Cavalry. Randolph Scott = Good.

918) Dawn at Socorro. Rory Calhoun = Good. Plus, Mr. Burns's puppy really does look like him.

919) Ghost Ship. Cheap scares and kind of predictable, but it's a good B horror movie. Plus, the scene at the beginning where everyone falls to pieces (literally) was awesome.

919 down, 81 to go.


Blogger Newspaper Hack said...

Yeah, I actually really liked Ghost Ship, even though I knew I was watching Grade-A crap. But then, I have always had a soft spot for the general idea (ghost ships, weird shit, Nazis -- it had dead Nazis in it, right?). And I just signed back up for Netflix and fucking maxed out my queue. In the next six months I'll see a shitload of movies and episode one to the finale of Homicide: Life on the Streets. And seasons of Dallas, Knight Rider, The Simpsons, Curb Your Enthusiasm, Seinfeld.... When I emerge from my apartment in July looking like Howard Hughes, you'll know why. Just mind the jarred urine. First up? Seasons three and four of Aqua Teen Hunger Force.

12:09 PM  
Blogger Todd Jones said...

No, there were no Nazis in this one. You might be thinking of Below. Netflix is awesome for getting the TV on DVD stuff that you wouldn't actually shell out for the set. I can't wait til January, I'm keeping Netflix solely to catch up on Smallville and The Wire.

6:44 PM  

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