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    Quote Originally Posted by Unfiltered View Post
    The extras were SD PAL not HD.
    Ah. Ok, thanks.

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    Had been meaning to watch this FOREVER and finally did so last night.



    Wow. Creepier than any movie this old has a right to be. Loved it.

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    Going to see this tonight at the Royal theater in West L.A.
    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n92VYq91zIw]YouTube - The Complete Metropolis Trailer[/ame]

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    Took the kids to see Disney Oceans
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    Quote Originally Posted by adgy-san View Post
    Had been meaning to watch this FOREVER and finally did so last night.



    Wow. Creepier than any movie this old has a right to be. Loved it.


    Kate Bush wrote a song about this movie dealing with the kiss between the governess and Miles called "The Infant Kiss." :D

    I wish there was a better edition of this (think: some solid special features). *sigh*

    I am into all things "The Turn of the Screw." :D
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    Quote Originally Posted by orpheus View Post
    I am into all things "The Turn of the Screw." :D
    Looking at IMDB after watching the movie, I noticed there have been a whole bunch of film adaptations of the book. Have you seen any of them, and are any worth watching? And have you seen that "prequel" with Marlon Brando?

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    Quote Originally Posted by adgy-san View Post
    Looking at IMDB after watching the movie, I noticed there have been a whole bunch of film adaptations of the book. Have you seen any of them, and are any worth watching? And have you seen that "prequel" with Marlon Brando?
    There are so many, but I have only seen a few. I saw the really old one with Ingrid Bergman and some BBC version, both of which were okay. And I saw In a Dark Place which is good for a laugh. Lol!

    I haven't seen the prequel. I sort of want to out of curiosity, but I really wouldn't see it as part of the same world. The good thing about the story is that we really don't know what really happened before the governess arrived and that what helps make it creepy and ambiguous.

    The Innocents is widely considered by far to be the best adaptation. I was surprised at how good it was because the story isn't really easy to film due to its ambiguity, but the film captures that wonderfully and has atmosphere in spades. The others that I have seen can't hold a candle to it.
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    Interviews w/Bakshi/Bisley/Danzig...steel case with a lenicular cover...rip FF, R.I.P.

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    Junkfood Cinema: Batman (1966) - Film School Rejects

    Just watched this on HBO...awesome!

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    Junkfood Cinema: Batman (1966) - Film School Rejects

    Just watched this on HBO...awesome!
    Bean gets a weekly dose of this. LOVES IT!

    Oh, and he's way too observant. "Daddy, what's wrong with Joker's moustache? It looks like he painted on it." 3 1/2 and he catches things like that. He's going to be worse than I am and that's without training...


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