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141. Posted: Tue 29th Mar 2011 05:17 BST
Chicken Brutus wrote:
For anyone interested, it looks like Netflix just rotated a whole load of Mike episodes into their MST3K offerings. I haven't watched any yet, but one of them is a version of Hamlet. Have a good weekend!
Good call! You into movie riffing at all, Chicken? I have friends over to bash crappy movies pretty much every weekend so I've got plenty of recommendations for anyone looking for some truly-horrible-yet-unintentionally-hilarious movies.
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142. Posted: Fri 1st Apr 2011 06:17 BST
Dont know how many of you guys are fans of Japanese Anime but one of my favorite series called Trigun is available for stream now. Its basically a steam punk western if you like that kinda thing. If you never seen this one and like Japanese anime I highly recommend it.
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143. Posted: Fri 1st Apr 2011 07:05 BST
Trigun is awesome. Finished watching it a couple months ago I think.
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144. Posted: Mon 4th Apr 2011 16:19 BST
You can strem Toy Story 3 now.
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145. Posted: Mon 4th Apr 2011 16:32 BST
Yeah, Trigun is so awesome, glad you liked it. You should start reading the Trigun Maximum manga. Around volume 4 it starts to differ from the show and eventually goes into completely new territory.
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146. Posted: Fri 8th Apr 2011 18:21 BST
Phineas and Ferb.
147. Posted: Fri 8th Apr 2011 18:25 BST
Party Down! It's a show about a group of struggling entertainers catering parties while trying to make it big. It is hysterical!!!! It is a mature show though, but what do you expect from Starz.
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148. Posted: Fri 8th Apr 2011 21:40 BST
Gangs of New York is up there. Awesome awesome film. Though lengthy.
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149. Posted: Fri 8th Apr 2011 21:45 BST
@Vay: we watched that last week, good times.
today, though, it's Toy Story 3. been waitin' for it to hit for quite a while now :3
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150. Posted: Fri 8th Apr 2011 21:48 BST
Meh. Joel's better
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151. Posted: Fri 8th Apr 2011 22:36 BST
Been wanting to see that one for a long time. Now seems like a good time.
Also they now have the complete series of InuYasha and Bleach for stream if you are into that sort of thing.
152. Posted: Fri 8th Apr 2011 22:49 BST
Since when was Twilight Zone and the older James Bond flicks available to stream?
153. Posted: Fri 8th Apr 2011 22:51 BST
Older James Bonds???? I am on that now.
154. Posted: Fri 8th Apr 2011 22:58 BST
Since when was Twilight Zone available to stream?
Must be recently because I tried not to long ago and it was only DVD. Nice find.
155. Posted: Mon 11th Apr 2011 03:23 BST
I also found the Robotech series. I played through Robotech Battlecry on the PS2, so I may watch some of the tv show.
156. Posted: Mon 11th Apr 2011 03:26 BST
Netflix is awesome because of all the horribly-awesome B-rated films you would be too embarrassed to buy/rent are usually instantly streaming. I have actually watched a movie on there called Monsturd about a killer poop monster, as well as Thankskilling...about a killer turkey...such original ideas.
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157. Posted: Mon 11th Apr 2011 04:38 BST
About 90% of my Instant Netflix viewing is made up of stuff like this My friends and I really enjoy making fun of campy/downright awful movies so it's kind of the holy grail for us.
158. Posted: Mon 11th Apr 2011 04:44 BST
I think my cousin is going to kill herself watching those.
159. Posted: Mon 11th Apr 2011 13:36 BST
Ohhhhh yes. It took a few episodes to really click with me, but once it did...wow. Truly devastating stuff. About as depressing as the British version of The Office, and I love it for that.
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160. Posted: Mon 11th Apr 2011 14:12 BST
Which is why it's sooo cool to watch on an Xbox party. Your little avatars march into the theater and you can watch the movie with friends who might not be able to get together irl. There's little emotes they can do and everything. A few friends and I just finished watching a Dan Akroyd UFO "documentary". Was good times!
This may have been posted previously, but Miramax has signed a deal with Netflix which allows the streaming of their catalog of 700ish movies, including Pulp Fiction, Good Will Hunting, etc etc.
Any Miramax movies ya'll are looking forward to seeing?
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