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16  Heavy Metal / Metal Discussion / Re: Post a sample of an obscure band! on: April 16, 2006, 11:44:14 am
Some more Tvangeste stuff:


17  General / General Discussion / Re: Hostel... Did anyone see it? on: March 18, 2006, 01:48:23 pm
Have to agree with Blasphemer. Finally saw it after a good quality download became available, so I can safely say it's not just the quality of the movie that I didn't care for. It's gory alright, but the plot feels like it's been pulled out of someone's ass, simply not believable in the least. People in those parts have better things to do than pay to kill americans for an unknown purpose for $25k. There are plenty of places on Earth where they'll gladly pay and do it for $10 or for the sheer pleasure if anything, just that Slovakia is not one of them.
18  General / General Discussion / Re: House of 9 (A perfect date movie) on: February 08, 2006, 07:16:59 pm
Hey, you don't come from CRAS by chance? In any case, LA can be tough at first (provided that's where you are) but it all works out for the better.

P.S. I hope this wasn't just a stupid publicity plug...
19  Heavy Metal / Metal Discussion / Re: 2005 Metal Awards on: January 26, 2006, 12:41:55 am
I am terribly sorry.. the page is fixed now.. too little sleep lately.
20  Heavy Metal / Metal Discussion / Re: 2005 Metal Awards on: January 23, 2006, 04:21:11 pm

Vote for the best of 2005!
21  General / General Discussion / Re: Recently watched... on: January 09, 2006, 05:30:49 pm
Saw Wolf Creek a week or so ago, it's actually out there on DVD rip already. Ok I guess, nothing special.. just the usual - people behaving stupidly and getting what they asked for. As a matter of fact, Eyeless Sentry told me the whole scoop behind it, even though it says "based on true story" it's actually all composite characters... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sydney_Backpacker_murders
22  General / General Discussion / Re: Recently watched... on: January 08, 2006, 12:49:25 pm
Just saw the first Halloween after a long time. Only got reassured once again that I was right never caring about it. The storyline is lame, Jamie Lee Curtis can't play for shit and there's way too much filler and unconvincing scenes. Shame on John Carpenter.
23  Heavy Metal / Metal Discussion / Re: French Metal on: January 05, 2006, 11:02:50 pm
Monolithe. That one is actually REALLY good if you're into heavy slow doom that manages to stay diverse and melodic. In fact, one of the best bands ever in that style.
24  General / General Discussion / Re: Recently watched... on: December 29, 2005, 03:58:56 pm
I just saw King Kong and they can say whatever they want, I liked it!

The first hour was so-so, a "get you in on what's to follow" part I gues, but the next two thirds of the movie were action, of which I liked the middle most.. The ending was nice, just wish they dropped the sugar sweet nonsense. But such is the story I guess, Jackson did what he could with it.

For devout horror fans such as I the "Sumatran Rat Monkey" sign was a nice easter egg.
25  General / General Discussion / Re: File sharing ( Mostly music ) ... Your opinion? on: December 28, 2005, 10:29:29 am
God, it's a no brainer - YES, you and I and everyone else should download and share as much as possible, those greedy bastards well deserve it. There's WAY too much crap coming out that you're forced to pay your hard-earned money for while the people who worked their asses off making it don't get paid shit, I used to be one of them myself.

And then if you truly honestly like it you buy it.. or buy a t-shirt or a DVD or go to a concert and reward the artist. That's how good music has been supported for decades.

If you like Soulseek check out DC++, you'll be pleasantly surprised.

Itunes is just as much a rip-off with its substandard quality files that you can't even burn to CD unless you want to destroy your hearing. I personally find it insulting being at all charged for something like that. You'd be better off recording radio to cassettes back in the 80's quality-wise. For a much better choice, check out http://www.allofmp3.com, and don't let it bother you that it's in Russia. I and my friends and a lot of people I know have got stuff there and nobody had any problems. Not only is it many times cheaper but you're also not limited to a certain bitrate, you can get 320k if you want. I have even got ultrarare stuff in LOSSLESS quality from there.
26  General / General Discussion / Re: What do you listen to other than metal? on: December 25, 2005, 12:41:06 pm
I pretty much listen to disco exclusively these days. Guess I've run out of good old rock to listen to (got just about everything there is) and metal just hasn't been cutting it for me anymore, everything sounds the same and overplayed... well, with rare, rare exceptions, of course. There are still the indisputable masterpieces of the past and an occasional good new band every once in a while.
27  Heavy Metal / Metal Discussion / Re: The obligatory now playing thread on: December 25, 2005, 12:37:37 pm
Bodkin - Bodkin

Anyone know this one?  Grin Try locating it for a change, if you're into old prog...
28  Heavy Metal / Metal Discussion / Re: Need more melodic death... Help if you can. on: December 23, 2005, 02:30:59 pm
Man I hope this forum picks up sometime soon, I was hoping I'd have a ton of suggestions by now. lol.

Wel, it's X-mas time, no big surprise Smiley But do bring all your friends, please!

On another note - look who's made Jr. Member! Congratulations Mr. Wayfaerer, no surprise here, either!
29  Heavy Metal / Metal Discussion / Re: Need more melodic death... Help if you can. on: December 22, 2005, 01:31:18 pm
Check out Hatecraft, I told Wayfaerer about them, maybe he missed that message. I am not a big melodeath fan though, so I might be wrong, but I liked what I heard. They should have a site here http://www.hatecraft.com but it's giving me an error right now...
30  General / General Discussion / Re: Favorite horror flick on: December 19, 2005, 10:15:36 pm

Just watched it on the Sci-Fi channel, what a coincidence after all these years! Well... it must've been freaky and disturbimg in 1982, but it certainly didn't impress me that much today. The only two scenes that I remembered (the creature on the road and the man being born) were actually pretty much all there was other than the boring "Spielberg evil alter-ego" moralizations...
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