Half in the Wackbag Viewing Thread 03/09/13: Creature (1985) (Formerly Princess of Mars)

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hi
 

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Fuck Asylum. And I also say fuck Uwe Boll from now on. He's swindling the German government for tax purposes. His movies shouldn't even be called movies.

Anyway, use www.whattimeisit.com to sync and start from the beginning of the stream.
 

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Fuck Asylum. And I also say fuck Uwe Boll for now on. He's swindling the German government for tax purposes. His movies shouldn't even be called movies.
You're mad at somebody taking advantage of the German government?
 

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You're mad at somebody taking advantage of the German government?
Not at all, but I'm just saying - we wouldn't watch some movie that a corporation made for its employees - and some of those things have crazy budgets and legitimate film and post production crews. It just doesn't count as a film. I don't think Uwe Boll's projects should even count as films.
 

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This guy actually directed the remake of House on Haunted Hill with Jeffrey Rush, which is a bit of a guilty pleasure of mine. Really scary movie in my opinion with some really nice creepy sets.
 

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Female lead is the voice of Francine on American Dad.
 

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Female lead is the voice of Francine on American Dad.
Over the past several months, I've seen enough episodes of that show that that might be a problem.
 

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Not at all, but I'm just saying - we wouldn't watch some movie that a corporation made for its employees - and some of those things have crazy budgets and legitimate film and post production crews. It just doesn't count as a film. I don't think Uwe Boll's projects should even count as films.
I had the same hesitancy about Birdemic, but that had just the right mix of knowingly bad and charmingly incompetent. Like The Room.
 

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The super power of West Germany. So super powerful, it couldn't even regain East German.
 

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They cut out the first 15 minutes of Alien.
 

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This is all rather sudden.
Like I said, the cut out the first 15 minutes of Alien (when they're waking up and walking around the ship) and pushed us right into when whatshisface and whosits are on the planet.
 

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That thing lies undisturbed for how long and gets cracked by a flashlight? And then you tell the other guy to sit on it?
 

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I dig that it had the pre-credits sequence. (I don't know if it's called the cold open in movies.)
 

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This is Prometheus!
 

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Haha this is such a massive Alien ripoff.

EDIT: Dammit Liddy! (see what I did there?)
 

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The Ripley in this movie is hot. And why is there always a stoic Blade Runner-looking chick in these movies?
 

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The Ripley in this movie is hot. And why is there always a stoic Blade Runner-looking chick in these movies?
I'm going to guess if you're making a sci-fi film in the 1980s, at least someone behind the scenes was one of the few who liked Blade Runner (before it was cool). And also knew that nobody else saw it.