Attack the Gas Station!
Attack the Gas Station!
Well, there was one home made movie...
A movie called "the boat". It was about a group of kids who go out to sea and were haunted by...these dudes. The dudes then come and take them. It looked like it was recorded on a camcorder and i'm not really sure what the plot actually was, and the acting was horrible. But it was pretty interesting given our state of mind.
StarWars. It is about this kid who goes off into space with a pirate and a gorilla and a princess and some robots. It is pretty cool.
Ninja Mission - so bad it was funny. Low budget horrible acting aside, imagine a bunch of ninjas trying to sneak up on a fort in the snow - while wearing black of course.
One does not simply ride their bike into Mordor! - electrik
Kicking and Screaming... Not the will farrel one. Its a college "coming of age" movie, and it's good.
Some people didn't see garden state, elizabethtown, or last kiss. Kind of the same kind of things, but for people in their 30s. I think there are a few others, but Im forgetting them.
Southern Comfort. It's about some National Guardsmen who piss off some locals on the Bayou and get hunted down one by one. It's a good movie.
Bring back the Sig Test!
Cyclists of the world, unite! You have nothing to lube but your chains!
Hell On Wheels - about the 2003 tour de france
The first Rock Western, based on the Novel Siddhartha by Herman Hesse and
produced by Firesign Theater.
Set in the voyeuristic maze of glass towers, malls, interconnecting walkways, and food courts that make up downtown Calgary Waydowntown is a comedy about a group of young employees who bet a month's salary, winner takes all, on who can last the longest without going outside. Tom (Fabrizio Filippo), a bored young trainee, comes up with the idea of the wager; but after a few weeks of being trapped like ants, Tom and the other participants begin to struggle to stay sane. Shot on digital film and transferred to 35mm, Waydowntown captures a sense of heightened realism in a suffocating world of offices, parking garages and constantly humming air ventilators.
Squirm...70's horror flick. I miss the days of b ratings
Riding Giants - about big wave surfers
Endless Summer - most people have heard of it, not sure how many have watched it start to finish.
Black Sheep - mutant sheep eat people - laughed my ass off.
Last edited by redirekib; 12-04-08 at 12:33 PM.
"Never send a monkey to do a man's job." ~ Captain Leo Davidson ~
2008 Rans V3 - steel steed
1984 Trek 620 - old warhorse