Post by Sir Not-Appearing-In-This-Film on Jan 14, 2019 3:44:37 GMT -5
I've been updating my original post as I have been going along and up to 20 films, not sure what other peoples opinions are but A Wrinkle in Time was one of the biggest stinkers for me so fsr this year
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Post by mystermystery on Jan 14, 2019 12:42:36 GMT -5
January 1. The Autopsy of Jane Doe - 2016 - (NetFlix) -- Good horror that doesn't stick the ending. Brian Cox is fantastic. 2. Death Line - 1972 - (Shudder) -- Interesting film carried by a delightful Donald Pleasance performance. Fun Christopher Lee cameo. 3. Winter's Dream - 2018 - (Hallmark) -- Dean Cain plays a goofy father as his daughter learns to ski. He falls in love with the instructor, she wins a race. Hooray manufactured happiness. 4. Love on the Sidelines - 2016 - (Hallmark) -- Injured football dude falls in love with female assistant who doesn't know sports. You know. Hallmark. Surprisingly okay. 5. The Midnight Man - 2016 - (Hulu) -- Two people play a game without reading the rules first and end up releasing a punishment demon in the house. Lin Shaye and Robert Englund collect paychecks. Good for them. 6. Cold Skin - 2017 - (Shudder) -- Guy wants to get away and goes to work at a lighthouse on a nearly-off-the-map island with a weary man. Surprise. Sea monsters. Very philosophical, interestingly paced. I liked it. 7. Murder 101 - 2019 - (Hallmark) -- College professor of mystery diction ends up helping police solve a crime because it's time to bring back a modern day Murder She Wrote, daggone it! (Pretty sure this was a pilot in movie disguise) 8. Mimic - 1997 - (Shudder) -- Revisiting a film that's stuck with me for decades now. Still holds up. Still some good Del Toro stuff.
Post by EoE: My Highway Is The Sky on Jan 15, 2019 8:15:38 GMT -5
1. Fatal Instinct (1993): Watched it because someone else in the family was already watching it... It wasn’t great, but the courtroom sequence presented like a sports match with Bob Uecker doing play-by-play was funny.