What Film Are You Watching Tonight?


(Mack) #8081

Just watched The Dirty Fifteen and And the Crows Will Dig Your Grave.


(Asa) #8082

Tonight’s viewing:

6.30pm: FILM: The Expendables 3 (Hughes, 2014)
8.30pm: Married… With Children
9pm: FILM: Desperado (Rodriguez, 1995)


(Asa) #8083

Wednesday night goes like this:

6.30pm: FILM: Rock ‘n’ Roll High School (Arkush, 1979)
8pm: Raising Hope
8.30pm: My Name is Earl
9pm; FILM: Enter the Dragon (Clouse, 1973)


(Farmer_J) #8084

I’ve got a 4 day weekend so I’ve set up movie nights for each day:

Friday: The Ruthless Four (1968) and The Yakuza (1974)

Saturday: Adios Sabata (1971) and Busting (1974)

Sunday: Both the seventies Sinbad Films ;D

Monday: Death Rides a Horse (1967) and The Grand Duel (1972)


(ENNIOO) #8085

Good line up, not sure on the Sinbad ones though ;D.


(Farmer_J) #8086

Childhood faves of mine. Have not seen them in a long time.


(Asa) #8087

Top stuff, FJ. Never seen Busting, mind you. The Yakuza I haven’t seen since I was a lad, I might even acquire myself a copy to watch when my own LCTV challenge ends. I fancy it again now you’ve mentioned it.

If I was going to sit down to Golden Voyage AND Eye of the Tiger, I’d have to find room in there for (the original) Clash of the Titans too. I’d probably have to wear a toga (bedsheet) and sandals while I watched it all though. Not that Sinbad wears togas mind, but, you know, Zeus and all that. I just think Harryhausen scans better when you’re wearing a bedsheet. And munching on grapes. :slight_smile:

Anyways, today on LCTV:

6.30pm: FILM: Scratch (Pray, 2001)
8pm: Seinfeld
8.30pm: Curb Your Enthusiasm
9pm: FILM: Machete (Rodriguez, 2010)


(Asa) #8088

I’m going to try to get at least one Friday night viewing in. Tonight:

6.30pm FRIDAY NIGHT ELVIS: Blue Hawaii (Taurog, 1961)
8pm: The Ricky Gervais Show DOUBLE BILL
9pm: FILM: Scarface (De Palma, 1983)


[size=8pt]Me, enjoying Scarface later on[/size]


(Asa) #8089

Today’s viewing:

12pm: King of the Hill
12.30pm: Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
1.30pm: WWE WrestleMania III
4.30pm: FILM: Batman: Year One (Liu/Montgomery, 2011)
5.30pm: Regular Show
6pm: WWE NXT
7pm: Dog the Bounty Hunter
8pm: The Twilight Zone
9pm: FILM: Kill Bill: Vol.1 (Tarantino, 2003)


(Asa) #8090

Sunday on LCTV:

12pm: King of the Hill
12.30pm: Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
SUNDAY SPAG DOUBLE BILL
1.30pm: FILM: Keoma (Castellari, 1976)
3.30pm: FILM: For a Few Dollars More (Leone, 1965)
5.30pm: Regular Show
6pm: FILM: Captain America: The Winter Soldier (Russo/Russo, 2014)
8.30pm: Beavis and Butthead
9pm: FILM: Faster Pussycat… Kill! Kill! (Meyer, 1965)


(Asa) #8091

I didn’t watch Faster Pussycat… Kill! Kill! last night, I swapped it out for Kingsman: The Secret Service (Vaughn, 2014). Meh. He’s a prickly gent! He’s a spunky chav! Ooh, what larks! I enjoyed the Colin Firth James Bondery, didn’t much care for Eggsy or any of what he was about, which was fairly fundamental to the plot. Nevertheless, it was fun-but-silly for two-thirds of the movie right up until MAJOR PLOT POINT, YOU’LL KNOW WHAT I’M TALKING ABOUT IF YOU’VE SEEN IT, at which point it became less fun, and more silly. And more silly. And MORE silly, until it lost me altogether. The pub brawl was very good, the church brawl was superb. But Kingsman - like Kick-Ass before it, which was also directed by Matthew Vaughn and based on a comic book series by Mark Millar - skates up to that line where the sublime meets the ridiculous, and trips over it, arse over tit.

Merely IMO, like.

My final week of LCTV starts like this:

6.30pm: FILM: Plan 9 From Outer Space (Wood, 1959)
7.50pm: Lucha Underground Wrestling
8.30pm: Game of Thrones NEW SEASON
9.30pm: FILM: Sudden Impact (Eastwood, 1983)

In recognition of this Bank Holiday being Star Wars day, I’ve got Episode IV on atm.


(Asa) #8092

Tuesday night’s entertainment:

6.30pm: FILM: Predator (McTiernan, 1987)
8.30pm: Married… With Children
9pm: FILM: Once Upon a Time in Mexico (Rodriguez, 2003)


(Asa) #8093

Tonight’s proposed viewing:

6.30pm: FILM: The Hitcher (Harmon, 1986)
8pm: Raising Hope
8.30pm: My Name is Earl
9pm: FILM: Fight Club (Fincher, 1999)


(Asa) #8094

The plan for this evening:

6.30pm: FILM: Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior (Miller, 1981)
8pm: Seinfeld
8.30pm: Curb Your Enthusiasm
9pm: FILM: Machete Kills (Rodriguez, 2013)


(Asa) #8095

Friday night is scented thus:

6.30pm: FRIDAY NIGHT ELVIS: King Creole (Curtiz, 1958)
8pm: The Ricky Gervais Show DOUBLE BILL
9pm: FILM: Boogie Nights (P.T. Anderson, 1997)


(Asa) #8096

The penultimate day of LCTV looks like this:

12pm: King of the Hill
12.30pm: Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
1.30pm: Superbowl XLVIII: Seattle Seahawks v Denver Broncos
4pm: FILM: Ferris Bueller’s Day Off (Hughes, 1986)
5.30pm: Regular Show
6pm: WWE NXT
7pm: Dog the Bounty Hunter
8pm: The Twilight Zone
9pm: FILM: Kill Bill: Vol.2 (Tarantino, 2004)


(Asa) #8097

Final day of my personalized TV channel. Four weeks of Dirty Harry, Elvis Presley, Russ Meyer and vintage Smash Mash adverts. THAT’S good telly. Syco? Endemol? I sh*t 'em.

12pm: King of the Hill
12.30pm: Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
SUNDAY SPAG WESTERN DOUBLE-BILL
1.30pm: FILM: The Wild Bunch (Peckinpah, 1969)
3.30pm: FILM: My Name is Nobody (Valerii, 1973)
5.30pm: Regular Show
6pm: FILM: Hellboy II: The Golden Army (del Toro, 2008)
8.30pm: Beavis and Butthead
9pm: FILM: Supervixens (Meyer, 1975)


(River Bandit) #8098

Saturday night was Jonah Hex

Been a fan of the character for years and had heard nothing but bad reviews of the movie. It’s not good but it was still entertaining (Josh Brolin is actually very good as the character). Perhaps because I had low expectations I was more entertained than if I’d watched it when I first came out. Lots of potential there - pity they couldn’t live up to it.


(Mickey13) #8099

Viewing Ex Machina tonight.


(Mickey13) #8100

Methinks I’ve already seen these eyes before. Nah, probably just an impression. :wink: