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2005: Track The Films You Watch

Note: Can a moderator please "sticky" this thread? Thank you.

Reserve your spots now for the new year!

This is the second annual "Track The Films You Watch" thread. A big thank you to all of the members who participated and stuck with it in 2004. Please do not un-sticky the 2004 list until January 1st, 2005. Please, do not delete the 2004 list, either. Much appreciated.

DISCLAIMER: Please post only your list, no off-topic posts please. These only make the thread long and cluttered. Also, when you see more movies, edit your original post rather than making a new one so that we can keep the thread as short as possible.

Here is the link to last year's thread:
2004: Track The Films You Watch --http://horrordvds.com/vb3forum/showthread.php?t=16890

I'm still going to rank the films out of 5 stars, and every title will be in bold; not just titles I have seen for the first time. Depending on their running time, I may or may not include documentaries. I will also include television shows, by season. No need to reserve more than one spot, apparently there is no text limit on this forum. I beat my 2003 total by a substantial amount, a final count at years end. Hopefully we get more people involved in this!

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Just tracking theatrical viewings now, out of five stars.

2005 Theatrical Viewings:

2005 Theatrical Viewings:

1/8 – Taxi Driver (1976) [Film Forum]*****
1/15 – Hotel Rwanda (2004) ****1/2
1/15 – Million Dollar Baby (2004) ****1/2
1/17 – Bad Education (2004) ****1/2
1/25 – Assault on Precinct 13 ***
1/27 – The Aviator (2004) [Second Theatrical Viewing] ****1/2
1/29 – Coach Carter **1/2
2/5 – The Woodsman (2004) ***1/2
2/19 – Masculine Feminine (1966) [Film Forum] ****1/2
2/26 – Hitch ****
2/26 – Closer ***
3/5 – Be Cool **
3/12 – Gunner Palace **1/2
3/19 – Forty Guns (1957) [Film Forum] ****1/2
3/26 – Old Boy (2003) *****
3/30 – Downfall (2004) ***
4/1 – Sin City ****
4/9 – Guess Who ***1/2
4/9 – A Clockwork Orange (1971) [Landmark Sunshine] ****1/2
4/27 – Kung-Fu Hustle (2004) ****
4/30 – Speedy (1928) [Film Forum] *****
5/7 – The Hitchhiker’s Guide To The Galaxy ****
5/7 – Crash ****
5/10 – House of Wax **
5/11 – The Amityville Horror ***1/2
5/19 – Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith ****
5/21 – Layer Cake ***
5/26 - Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith ****
6/4 – Cinderella Man ***1/2
6/11 – High Tension ****
6/15 – Batman Begins ****
6/24 – Land of the Dead ****
7/2 – War of the Worlds ***1/2
7/9 – Rize ***
7/9 – Murderball ***1/2
7/15 – Charlie & The Chocolate Factory ****
7/16Hustle & Flow [Sneak Preview] ****1/2
7/18 – Wedding Crashers ***1/2
7/21 – The Devil’s Rejects ****
7/23 – The Seven Year Itch (1955) [Film Forum] ****
7/27
Hustle & Flow ****1/2
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Titles in bold are first time viewings.

August 2005

~08/02~ The Last Man on Earth (1964) *** - Somewhat boring at times, and Price's performance wasn't his greatest, but the film's influence on movies like Night of the Living Dead and even Suspiria is quite obvious. I dug it.
~08/05~ Don't Torture a Duckling (1972) ***** - My favorite Fulci film. Virtually no gore, but it's proof that Fulci doesn't need gore to tell a good story.
~08/09~ The Devil's Rejects (2005) **** - I really liked this one. It was a lot better than House of 1000 Corpses, had a great soundtrack, and it was nice to see some familiar faces from the genre.
~08/10~ Pink Flamingos (1972) ***** - One of my favorite comedies of all time. Some will like it, some will hate it, but I love it.
~08/12~ Pet Sematary (1989) ****1/2 - Creepy and faithful adaption of the Stephen King novel, although it seems rather condensed in comparison.
~08/14~ Mondo Cane (1962) *** - Not as good nor as shocking as I was hoping, it mostly consisted of animal violence (some fake, some real). Pretty entertaining as an exploration of different cultures, however, and the film is just gorgeous to look at.
~08/16~ Bad Girls Go to Hell (1965) ***1/2 - Great cheesefest; the film is inept in every way yet highly enjoyable.
~08/16~ Another Day, Another Man (1966) **1/2 - Not near as good as Bad Girls Go to Hell, Another Day, Another Man is actually kind of boring in comparison. Some good cheese, but not quite enough to become a camp classic.
~08/18~ Flying Saucers Over Hollywood: The Plan 9 Companion (1992) ***1/2 - Interesting and entertaining documentary on Ed Wood and his work, focusing primarily on Plan 9 From Outer Space. Though it was 2 hours long (longer than the Plan 9 itself), it never overstayed its welcome, making this a must-see for any fans of Wood.
~08/18~ Polyester (1981) ***** - Classic Waters; less rude than his previous films, but still funny as hell. This is the film I'd recommend to people just starting to get into his movies.
~08/24~ Lisa and the Devil (1973) **** - Doesn't make a lot of sense, but I really dug the stylish visuals and the creepiness of it all. There are certain sequences in this film that make up for all the slow-moving parts, and that really shows what a great filmmaker Bava really was. It's definitely easy to see how others have been influenced by it.
~08/24~ Glen or Glenda (1953) **1/2 - Campy, but far too preachy and boring. Wood seems to have lost his grip on the material right from the beginning, not quite knowing what the film should be about. Is it an "educational" film to spread tolerance throughout the U.S.? Or is it a sleazy B-movie that doesn't make any sense whatsoever?
~08/24~ A Lizard in a Woman's Skin (Schizoid cut) (1971) ***1/2 - I really liked the atmosphere of this film, even though it can't come close to Fulci's next giallo, Don't Torture a Duckling. The story was great, and you can tell Fulci really had fun with this film. The bat sequence is probably one of my favorite scenes in a Fulci film, second only to the chain whipping in Duckling. Recommended to anyone interested in Fulci's contributions to the genre.
~08/27~ The Dead Next Door (1985) *** - Fun zombie romp with great gore and a good story. It's quite obvious that the director is a fan himself what with all the homages to other horror flicks. I found this one highly enjoyable and worth a look if you're a zombie fan.
~08/27~ I Drink Your Blood (1970) ****1/2 - A rabies-infected satanic hippie cult goes on a murderous rampage in a small town. Need I say more? This is one of the best exploitation films ever made.
~08/29~ Witchboard (1986) ***1/2 - Not as fun as Night of the Demons, but still good. Witchboard is a much more serious production, but there are quite a few cheesy scenes that one cannot help laughing at. The characters were solid and although the acting was somewhat stilted (but not all that bad), one can't help but care about them. Definitely a film to hold your interest.
~08/31~ Les Raisins de la Mort (The Grapes of Death) (1978) ****1/2 - Amazing French film; can't believe I waited so long to see it. Directed by Jean Rollin, this may just be his best film besides The Living Dead Girl. A must-see if you love French horror or Rollin's work or both.

September 2005

~09/03~ Touch of Death (1988) ***1/2 - Considered by many to be crap, but I liked the dark humor Fulci incorporated throughout the film. The ending made no sense whatsoever, though. Still, worth seeing.
~09/03~ The Psycho Lover (aka The Loving Touch) (1969) **** - Boring at times, but I really loved the feel of this sleazy psycho-killer flick from the late 60's. The ending is actually quite depressing and reminded me a lot of the ending to DePalma's Blow Out... very effective even if not true to the tone of the film.
~09/03~ Doctor Gore (aka The Body Shop) (1973) ***** - I used to absolutely hate this film but it has really grown on me after a couple of viewings. It's a shame that the director (who also played the creepy doc of the title) died so soon after this film was completed and that he didn't make more movies of this ilk.
~09/04~ Heat of Madness (1966) **1/2 - Not bad, but then again this just wasn't sleazy enough for me. The characters, with a couple of exceptions, were pretty unlikeable and the main character got on my nerves after a while. The Psycho Lover, which was paired with this film on the SWV DVD, is much much better.
~09/04~ A Lizard in a Woman's Skin (uncut version) ****1/2 - Despite Shriek Show's crappy presentation of this cut of the film, the uncut version is a lot better than the Schizoid cut, pan and scan or not. The scenes that were cut from the Schizoid version, while not crucial to the plot developments, are very effective and it is nice to have them back in the film. My rating this time around reflects not only how these additions help the film, but also how much I liked the film after watching it a second time around... it grew on me quite a bit more than before. I now regard it as one of Fulci's best, right behind Don't Torture a Duckling and Zombi 2.
~09/05~ The Curious Dr. Humpp (1967) ** - I was rather disappointed in this one. I'm glad I own it because it's a Something Weird disc, but the film itself is rather boring.
~09/11~ A Dirty Shame (2004) **** - A great return to the offensiveness that makes John Waters movies (particularly his early efforts) so damn funny. Kinda falls apart near the end, but the first half of the film is as good as anything the man has ever done. Tracey Ullman is comic gold. Highly recommended!
~09/14~ The Card Player (2004) **** - A modern thriller that is entertaining despite being a far cry from Argento's earlier works. The pace drags a little bit towards the middle, but the viewer is really pulled into the story right from the beginning. Good acting (despite the horrendous dubbing; Anchor Bay would have done well to include the Italian dub with subtitles), great direction (though much different from Argento's other films), and a fine electronic score from Claudio Simonetti. Not much gore, but the autopsy scenes are nice and icky. Well worth watching.
~09/17~ Shock Treatment (1981) **1/2 - A few great scenes and musical numbers, but for some reason it just doesn't gel together as well as it could have. This could be because the movie makes no sense whatsoever, but that's just my opinion. While watching Shock Treatment, it got to the point where I couldn't wait for it to be over, even though I'm a big fan of Jessica Harper and enjoyed some of the references to The Rocky Horror Picture Show. I'd been wanting to see this movie for years, so in the end it was a big disappointment. I dug a lot of the songs, though.
~09/17~ Critters (1986) ***1/2 - Fun movie! Not a lot of substance, but then again not many films of this ilk have any to begin with. I particularly enjoyed it because I'm a big fan of Dee Wallace Stone. Great special effects, music, and acting; any fan of sci-fi comedies should see this one!
~09/20~ Dolores Claiborne (1994) ***** - What can I say besides this movie other than it was outstanding? This film has good performances all-around (although Jennifer Jason Leigh had a tendency to overact) and amazing direction. It moved me more than any film I can remember watching in a long while. Not sure if I consider the movie to be better than the book because they're both pretty equal in terms of greatness. If you're a fan of the novel or of Stephen King in general, I highly recommend that you check this one out.
~09/21~ High Tension (2003) ***1/2 - I really liked High Tension despite the terrible ending and the nonsensical "twist" that is supposed to make the movie "original". For one thing, this flick is a direct rip-off of Dean Koontz's book Intensity... and is pretty faithful up until the last half hour. It's surprising Koontz didn't sue. The "twist" was actually spoiled for me, so I could see it coming, but let's put it this way: I'm glad it was spoiled; if I hadn't known about the ending beforehand, my intelligence would have been insulted. I won't spoil it for anyone, but it completely ruins my love for the rest of the film (seeing it in its native language might have helped as well, as the dubbing is terrible and for some reason switches back and forth from English to French... for how much French is spoken in the dubbed version, they could have just released the damned thing in that language instead). This could have been so much better if they hadn't tried to make it different from other films of its ilk.
~09/25~ Forbidden Zone (1980) **** - Bizarre musical from composer Danny Elfman and his band The Mystic Knights of Oingo Boingo, with amazing, mind-boggling performances by Susan Tyrrell as the evil Queen Doris of the 6th Dimension and Hervé Villechaize as her King. This one certainly was... different... but the music was awesome, as were the visuals. It was never boring, and since it's barely an hour long, wasn't a chore to get through. I imagine its charm would have worn off had this been a longer movie, so it's just perfect the way it is. I liked some of the songs more than others, but "Witch's Egg", performed by Susan Tyrrell, is by far my favorite. Any cult movie fan should see this movie.
~09/28~ Single White Female (1992) ***1/2 - Better-than-average thriller with great performances from Bridget Fonda and Jennifer Jason Leigh. Fell apart somewhat near the end, where it materialized into the predictable battle between good and evil, but I like the fact that the movie doesn't exactly end on an uplifting note. Definitely worth a look.
~09/30~ Flesh For Frankenstein (1973) ***** - When I first saw Flesh For Frankenstein, I was about 10 or 11; not old enough to truly appreciate how good this film really is. Back then, the humor flew way over my head and I thought the main point was sex and violence, so I disliked it through and through. Now, however, I finally realize what a fantastic movie this is. The photography is amazing and Udo Kier's performance is so over-the-top that it becomes brilliant. I appreciate the humor this time around and think it is remarkably funny. This is one movie that will be in constant rotation in my household.

October 2005

~10/01~ Blood For Dracula (1974) ****1/2 - I was around 10 or 11 when I saw Flesh For Frankenstein for the first time; it wasn't until three years ago that I finally got a chance to see its companion piece, Blood For Dracula. It isn't as overtly gory as the other movie (at least not until the last few minutes), but director Paul Morrisey has upped the amount of sex, making it a very erotic film. Udo Kier once again delivers a deliciously campy performance, but Joe Dallesandro is stiff and wooden (no pun intended, hehe), not to mention how unlikable his character is this time around. He's the hero, but you can't exactly root for him, so you are left to root for Dracula in his quest for "wergins". The photography is sloppier than Flesh For Frankenstein, the accents of the foreign actors make dialogue somewhat difficult to understand, and the humor isn't nearly as potent, but it is still very effective and enjoyable to watch. There is a LOT to like about Blood For Dracula, so I highly recommend it.
~10/01~ The Making of 'The Fly': Fear of the Flesh (2005) **** - Great documentary on the making of Cronenberg's The Fly, with interviews by many of the cast and crew. It's lengthy-- longer than the film itself!-- and very informative (even with the noticeable absense of David Cronenberg; the commentary on the DVD more than makes up for that), giving you a better understanding of what went on behind-the-scenes. Jeff Goldblum and Geena Davis (who were in a real relationship at the time) tell about how they got involved with the film and how they prepared for it, praising Cronenberg's directorial abilities to no end. Required viewing for any fan of the film or for anyone interested in the filmmaking process.
~10/02~ Flesh For Frankenstein (1973) (w/ commentary) ***** - Fantastic commentary with director Paul Morrissey and Udo Kier, along with film historian Maurice Yacowar. If you love the film, definitely give this track a listen.
~10/02~ The Fly (1986) (w/ commentary) ***** - Any commentary that David Cronenberg does is gold, and this is no exception. He is never boring and keeps you entertained throughout, constantly bombarding the viewer with facts about the film and how it was made, including his thoughts on how it holds up today. Consider this a must-listen.
~10/03~ A History of Violence (2005) **** - Much more straightforward than a lot of Cronenberg's work, but still quite potent indeed, with particularly strong character development and a great sense of ingenuity throughout the plot (even if the "man with a secret" plot device has been done to death). Viggo Mortenson delivers a very real and sympathetic performance, as does Maria Bello as his wife and Ashton Holmes as his son. The whole family dynamic is well-established right from the beginning, and we find as the movie progresses that we care about these people, which is very important in such a character-driven film. Of course, Cronenberg doesn't skimp on the violence and the film is very gory indeed, although not to the extent that his earlier films have been. Very entertaining, even if the ending leaves a lot to be desired... perhaps there will be a sequel?
~10/08~ The Thing (1982) (w/ commentary) ***1/2 - The Thing isn't as great as I used to think (mostly because the first half of the movie is so damn sloooowww), but it's still a lot of fun and the special effects and acting are outstanding. The commentary with John Carpenter and Kurt Russell is priceless.
~10/09~ Don't Look Now (1975) ***** - Classic thriller with a fantastic Pino Donaggio score and marvelous acting from Donald Sutherland and Julie Christie. This movie BLEEDS atmosphere and the ending is one of the most shocking and depressing finales to a movie that I have ever seen. Love it all around, even the lengthy 5 minute sex scene that is both erotic and touching, especially when you consider what happens at the end. One of my all-time favorites.
~10/14~ Phantasm (1979) **** - Great scary horror film that is just as entertaining as I remembered.
~10/15~ Psycho II (1983) **** - A favorite of mine from when I was younger; I think Psycho II is in many ways better than the original film.
~10/15~ Opera (1987) ****1/2 - A fantastic Dario Argento film. It's not perfect, but Opera is certainly up there among his best.
~10/15~ Blood and Black Lace (1964) ****
~10/22~ The Wicker Man (1972) *****
~10/23~ Polyester (1981) *****
~10/29~ Strangers on a Train (1951) ****
~10/29~ He Knows You're Alone (1980) ***** - A guilty pleasure and one of my favorite slashers.
~10/30~ Dawn of the Dead (1978) *****
~10/30~ Land of the Dead (2005) ****1/2
~10/31~ Suspiria (1977) *****

November 2005

~11/01~ Halloween II (1981) ****1/2
~11/01~ The Prowler (1981) *** - This movie is pretty dull, but the awesome kills and spooky atmosphere make it totally worth watching.
~11/03~ Cannibal Holocaust (1979) *****
~11/06~ Jackie Brown (1997) ***** - My favorite Tarantino film and one of my all-time favorite movies.
~11/10~ Nail Gun Massacre (1985) *1/2 - This movie was utterly awful... words can't describe it. It was amusing at first; the woman at the counter in the convenience store reading her lines from a visible script had me in hysterics, but the music, bad acting and pacing, and lack of a plot really got on my nerves after a while.
~11/10~ Season of the Witch (1973) ****1/2 - One of Romero's most underrated films.
~11/12~ Lust in the Dust (1985) ***1/2 - Lighthearted and fun western parody. I mostly rented this to see Divine, and ended up enjoying it quite a bit.
~11/13~ Naked Lunch (1991) *** - Didn't make a whole lot of sense, and I consider it one of my least favorite Cronenberg films, but there was something about it that I did enjoy somewhat.
~11/13~ Elizabeth (1999) ***
~11/13~ The Changeling (1980) **** - I can't believe I waited so long to see this one. I'd heard a long time ago about how scary it was, and I rented it once but never had the chance to sit down and watch it. Very creepy, and definitely worth a look.
~11/15~ The Bird With the Crystal Plumage (1970) *****
~11/15~ Happy Birthday to Me (1981) ****1/2
~11/16~ Howling II: Your Sister Is a Werewolf (1985) **** - Don't ask me why I love this movie, because I certainly couldn't tell ya. The cheesy end credits with Sybil Danning ripping her top off 20 million times is worth the price of the DVD alone. The awful recreation of the ending to the original The Howling also never fails to get a laugh, and I love the 80's new wave song that plays throughout the movie. One film review book called this an "alternative classic" and I'm inclined to agree!
~11/19~ Cannibal Man (1974) **** - Great Spanish horror oddity that has a unique plot that really drags you into the movie. Not a whole lot of gore by today's standards, but for its time I'm sure it was considered very shocking and was probably cut. Dubbing isn't too bad either, and the acting is pretty good as well. I mostly got AB's double feature DVD because of Mountain of the Cannibal God, but Cannibal Man was a nice surprise, even if the title is misleading because the main character is not a cannibal at all. The ending is almost quaint and a nice change of pace. Highly recommended.
~11/20~ Strip Nude For Your Killer (1975) *** - I kinda liked this one, but overall it was somewhat disappointing and not near as fun or as wild as I thought it was going to be. Glad I finally got the chance to watch it, but I can't see myself wanting to watch it more than once. Great musical score, though. It really sets the tone for the film, which overall could have been better if it were more violent and sleazy. Thankfully I rented this before buying or I would have been even more disappointed!
~11/20~ Scream Bloody Murder (1973) ****1/2 - Great, cheesy fun! The killer was so pathetic that I kept cracking up every time he opened his mouth. This one is a real gem that is not to be missed if you like movies of the SWV variety.
~11/20~ Mountain of the Cannibal God (1978) ***1/2 - I'd seen this before until the title of Slave of the Cannibal God and enjoyed it, even though it wasn't one of my favorite cannibal films. It still isn't a favorite, but it's fun and a worthy addition to anyone's cannibal collection. The featurette on the AB DVD is interesting, but creepy because it makes Sergio Martino seem almost shady (watch it and you'll see why).
~11/23~ Maniac (1980) ***** - A huge favorite of mine and one of the best slasher films ever made. Joe Spinell's performance is amazing; you must see it to believe it.
~11/24~ Maniac (1980) (w/ commentary) ***** - One of the best commentaries I have ever heard. Lustig and crew speak almost nonstop about the movie, and it never gets boring as most commentaries usually do.
~11/25~ There's Always Vanilla (1971) *** - Not as bad I was expecting it to be. I actually think Ray Laine and Judith Ridley had great chemistry and gave some pretty decent performances. Worth a look.
~11/25~ Sisters of Death (1978) *** - Not bad, but I much prefer its co-feature, Scream Bloody Murder.
~11/25~ 30 Days in Hell: The Making of "The Devil's Rejects" (2005) ****1/2 - Fantastic documentary covering each day of shooting The Devil's Rejects. It's funny, because this feels a bit overly long, yet it still feels condensed because they cram all 30 days into the documentary. I wish they would have covered some of the post-production aspects of making a movie, though, such as editing and CGI.
~11/25~ Tombs of the Blind Dead (Spanish version) (1971) **** - I really like Tombs, but it's not as good as I remembered it. The pace really drags and it is a tad too talky in parts. Still, the Templars themselves make up for it.
~11/26~ Return of the Evil Dead (Spanish version) ****1/2 - I've seen the English version of ROTED, but the Spanish version is a first for me. It is better than Tombs of the Blind Dead and The Ghost Galleon, but can't quite measure up to Night of the Seagulls (even though I gave them the same rating). Great, gory fun.
~11/26~ Pecker (1998) (w/ commentary) ****1/2 - While unable to measure up to the masterpiece that is Serial Mom, Pecker is better than both Cecil B. Demented and A Dirty Shame, making it the best of John Waters' most recent work. Aside from the fact that both Edward Furlong and Brendan Sexton III are dead sexy, this has Christina Ricci, Mink Stole, and Patty Hearst in the same movie. If that is not the makings of a great cast, I dunno what is.
~11/26~ The Devil's Rejects (2005) (w/ commentary) ***** - This has to be the best movie of the last ten years, and Rob Zombie's commentary is fantastic, giving great insight into the making of the movie (and without much overlap from the 2 1/2 hour documentary!). A highly recommended listen.
~11/27~ The Candy Snatchers (1973) **** - This is a great undiscovered gem that you will surely love if you enjoy movies in the vein of Last House on the Left. It's slightly more sophisticated than Last House, but the plot is all over the place, so it isn't as good in my eyes. Definitely worth a look.
~11/27~ The Ghost Galleon (1974) ***1/2 - The Ghost Galleon is only enjoyable because of some great setpieces and an abundance of cheese throughout. This should have been great, as the ghost ship is easily the best idea (but most poorly executed) of the whole Blind Dead series. Overall, a disappointment when compared to the other films, but on its own it is enjoyable as a cheesefest.
~11/27~ Night of the Seagulls (1975) ****1/2 - My personal favorite of the Blind Dead films, Night of the Seagulls is surprisingly well made and, like Return of the Evil Dead, is never boring. Certainly merits comparison to The Wicker Man in terms of overall style, which is why I decided to watch that film next. In a way, it makes a nice double feature.
~11/28~ The Wicker Man (1973) *****
~11/28~ Breeders (1986) ***** - It is often said that Ed Wood's Plan 9 From Outer Space is the best bad movie ever made; I beg to differ. Breeders, a direct-to-video flick released on VHS by Wizard Video in the 1980's and written/directed by gay porn expert Tim Kincaid, is my cheddar of choice, and I'm not afraid to say it's a favorite of mine. The plot (if you could call it that) is a delirious and almost sexy--the key word here is almost--send-up of the bad 50's sci-fi epics from which Plan 9 originated, and I think it's safe to say that the filmmakers weren't taking themselves too seriously with their story of New York "virgins" being stalked and raped by a hideous, slimy alien. I say "virgins" with quotation marks because these girls give streetwalkers a run for their money in the hair and makeup department. The alien, complete with glowing green eyes and visible zipper, is unscary (as is to be expected), even though the gore effects are impressive. However, the real charm of this film lies in the hilariously bad performances--particularly Lance Newman as clueless detective Dale Andriotti and big-haired Teresa Farley as Dr. Gamble Pace--and the marvelous, over-the-top, Carrie-inspired ending, which is worth the price of the DVD alone. And speaking of the DVD, kudos to MGM for the sparkling 16x9 anamorphic transfer (!) and for including the original Wizard Video Breeders preview that used to play before such titles as Dreamaniac, Robot Holocaust, and Headless Eyes. Ahh, those were the days.
~11/28~ Poltergeist (1982) ***** - This movie used to scare the shit out of me as a kid, and for that it will always hold a place in my heart. However, it is also a film full of characterization and one where you genuinely care about the characters. Definitely a personal favorite.
~11/28~ Small Change (1976) ****1/2 - Adorable French film that presents vignettes from the lives of several children. Normally I would avoid films of this ilk, but I had to watch it in French class and was surprised to find myself enjoying it. Small Change is honest and it is a film that everyone can relate to, because everyone was a kid at one time or another.

December 2005

~12/04~ Sleepaway Camp (1983) ***** - My favorite cheesy movie right next to Breeders, and my favorite slasher film besides He Knows You're Alone. One of the best things about Sleepaway Camp is that, campy performances aside, everything feels authentic; the kids act like real kids, and the camp feels like a real camp where you would go to spend the summer. But possibly the very best thing about Sleepaway Camp is that it has me in hysterics the entire time, only to shock and disturb me with the outrageous and unpredictable ending. Well, at least it was unpredictable the first time around.
~12/11~ Phantom of the Paradise (1974) ***** - One of my favorite movies of all-time. As much as I love Rocky Horror, I still think Phantom is 1000 times better.
~12/14~ Prison A Go-Go! (2003) **** - Much of the humor was juvenile, but I think this is one of the funniest spoofs made in a long time. You can tell the guys who made this are fans of the WIP genre and really took the time to make this feel authentic. Prison A Go-Go! has the feel of a Troma film (Lloyd Kaufman even has a small role!), but is much better than that. Mary Woronov was wasted in a small role, but Rhonda Shear was great in this. I'm going to have to check out more of her stuff. The "Mamie Bundy" scene was also pretty amazing and funny. Highly recommended.
~12/17~ I Drink Your Blood (1970) ****1/2 - Great drive-in classic. Must see for exploitation fans!
~12/23~ Divine Trash (1998) ****1/2
~12/24~ Female Trouble (1974) *****
~12/25~ Hairspray (1988) *****
~12/25~ Silent Night, Deadly Night (1984) ***1/2
~12/26~ The Producers (1968) ****
~12/27~ American Pie: Band Camp (2005) *1/2
~12/27~ Saw (2004) **** - Great cheese!!
~12/28~ 13 Going On 30 (2004) **1/2
~12/28~ The Evil Dead (1983) ****1/2
~12/28~ Heaven Can Wait (1978) ***
~12/29~ Rabid (1977) (w/ commentary) *****
~12/30~ Videodrome (1983) *****
~12/30~ The Howling (1981) *****
~12/31~ Pink Flamingos (1972) (w/ commentary) *****
~12/31~ Desperate Living (1977) *****

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Ratings are out of 10, first time viewings are in bold.

10=Masterpiece, 9=Fantastic, 8=Great, 7=Good, 6=Okay, 5=Average, 4 and below=Crap

Januray

1/1 - Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye (1950) 8/10
1/1 - The Night of the Hunter (1955) 9/10
1/2 - A Clockwork Orange (1971) 8.5/10
1/6 - The Shield - The Complete 1st Season (2002) Great fucking show! I can't wait to check out the other seasons.
1/6 - Frenzy (1972) 8.5/10
1/7 - Open Water (2003) 6.5/10
1/7 - Troy (2004) 7/10
1/7 - Sex and the City - The Complete 4th Season (2001-2002)
1/8 - Even Dwarfs Started Small (1971) 7/10
1/8 - Stroszek (1977) 9/10 - Another fantastic Herzog film, depressing but very effective.
1/9 - The Enigma of Kaspar Hauser (1974) 8/10
1/9 - Sex and the City - The Complete 5th Season (2002)
1/11 - Sex and the City - The Complete 6th Season, Part 1 (2003)
1/12 - Naked Lunch (1991) 9/10
1/13 - Videodrome (1983) (with Cronenberg commentary) 9.5/10
1/13 - Fast Company (1979) 7.5/10 - Hard to believe that Cronenberg actually directed this as it's unlike any of his other films. As it stands though it's an enjoyable B movie with a pretty good cast but don't go in expecting much else.
1/14 - Sex and the City - The Complete 6th Season, Part 2 (2004) - Overall it was a fantastic series. I was engaged with it the whole way through. It was funny, smart, sexy and sometimes sad. Sarah Jessica Parker was pretty annoying at times but the supporting cast made up for that especially Chris Noth and Kyle MacLachlan. I highly enjoyed it.
1/14 - Psycho (1960) 10/10
1/15 - Wild Strawberries (1957) 7.5/10
1/16 - Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb (1964) 8.5/10
1/17 - Zatoichi: The Blind Swordsman (2003) 7/10 - Doesn't hold a candle to the original series.
1/18 - Paparazzi (2004) 5/10
1/19 - The Bunker (2001) 5.5/10
1/20 - The Forgotten (2004) 6/10
1/21 - The Shining (1980) 9.5/10 - Shelley Duvall keeps it from being a 10.
1/22 - Sunset Blvd. (1950) 9.5/10 - Amazing.
1/23 - Vertigo (1958) 7.5/10
1/27 - The Tenant (1976) 8/10
1/28 - The Public Enemy (1931) 9/10
1/28 - Hide And Seek (2005) 5/10
1/29 - Little Caesar (1931) 8/10 - "Mother of mercy, is this the end of Rico"
1/29 - Angels with Dirty Faces (1938) 9/10
1/29 - The Road Warrior (1981) 9.5/10 - Killing the dog was uncool.
1/30 - White Heat (1949) 9/10 - Cagney was terrific.
1/30 - The Roaring Twenties (1939) 9/10 - Probably my second favorite of the set after Angels.
1/30 - The Petrified Forest (1936) 7/10
1/31 - That Obscure Object of Desire (1977) 8/10

February

2/1 - Oz: Season 4 (2000) - A Cock and Balls Story
2/1 - Oz: Season 4 (2000) - Obituaries
2/1 - Oz: Season 4 (2000) - The Bill of Wrongs
2/1 - Oz: Season 4 (2000) - Works of Mercy
2/2 - Oz: Season 4 (2000) - Gray Matter
2/2 - Oz: Season 4 (2000) - A Word to the Wise
2/2 - Oz: Season 4 (2000) - Town Without Pity
2/2 - Oz: Season 4 (2000) - You Bet Your Life
2/2 - Oz: Season 4 (2001) - Medium Rare
2/2 - Oz: Season 4 (2001) - Conversions
2/2 - Oz: Season 4 (2001) - Revenge is Sweet
2/2 - Oz: Season 4 (2001) - Cuts Like a Knife
2/3 - Oz: Season 4 (2001) - Blizzard of '01
2/3 - Oz: Season 4 (2001) - Orpheus Descending
2/3 - Oz: Season 4 (2001) - Even the Score
2/3 - Oz: Season 4 (2001) - Famous Last Words
2/3 - Death Hunt (1981) 8.5/10
2/4 - Knife in the Water (1962) 7.5/10
2/4 - Cul-de-sac (1966) 8/10
2/5 - Curb Your Enthusiasm - The Complete 3rd Season (2002)
2/6 - The Basketball Diaries (1995) 7/10
2/6 - Repulsion (1965) 7.5/10
2/7 - The Trouble with Harry (1955) 8/10 - A great black comedy by Hitchcock.
2/7 - The Golem (1920) 8.5/10
2/7 - Shadow of a Doubt (1943) 9/10 - Underrated Hitch.
2/8 - That Man Bolt (1973) 6.5/10
2/8 - Nosferatu (1922) 9/10 - Amazing film even after multiple viewings but i still prefer the remake just a bit.
2/8 - The Killer Must Kill Again (1975) 8/10 - Well crafted and an interesting take on the Giallo formula.
2/9 - Cannibal Holocaust (1979) 9/10 - "I wonder who the real cannibals are"
2/9 - Waxworks (1923) 6/10 - Had some moments but overall nothing too memorable.
2/9 - The Birds (1963) 7.5/10
2/10 - The Elephant Man (1980) 9/10
2/10 - The Grudge (2004) 4.5/10 - Fucking stupid.
2/10 - 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968) 8.5/10
2/10 - Saboteur (1942) 7.5/10
2/11 - Barry Lyndon (1975) 6/10 - Dull.
2/12 - The Man Who Knew Too Much (1956) 7.5/10
2/12 - Raging Bull (1980) 9.5/10
2/13 - Family Plot (1976) 8/10
2/13 - Snipes (2001) 6.5/10
2/14 - The Bird with the Crystal Plumage (1970) 8.5/10
2/15 - Cat O' Nine Tails (1971) 9/10
2/16 - Four Flies on Grey Velvet (1971) 8.5/10
2/16 - Deep Red (1975) 10/10
2/16 - Suspiria (1977) 10/10
2/17 - Inferno (1980) 7.5/10
2/17 - Tenebre (1982) 9.5/10
2/18 - Phenomena (1985) 9.5/10
2/18 - Opera (1987) 9/10
2/19 - Two Evil Eyes (The Black Cat segment) (1990) 7.5/10
2/19 - Trauma (1993) 7.5/10
2/20 - The Stendhal Syndrome (1996) 8.5/10
2/21 - Phantom of the Opera (1998) 5/10
2/21 - Sleepless (2001) 9.5/10
2/22 - The Wild Bunch (1969) 9.5/10
2/22 - Death Wish (1974) 10/10
2/23 - A Lizard in a Woman's Skin (1971) 8/10
2/23 - Samurai Assassin (1965) 7/10
2/24 - A Fistful of Dollars (1964) 9/10
2/25 - For A Few Dollars More (1965) 9.5/10
2/25 - The Good The Bad And The Ugly (1966) 10/10
2/26 - Vampires (1998) (with commentary) 7/10
2/26 - A Bullet for the General (1967) 9/10 - Gian Maria Volonté is fantastic.
2/27 - Cool Hand Luke (1967) 9/10
2/27 - Flesh + Blood (1985) 10/10 - The best medieval film ever.
2/27 - Cross of Iron (1977) 9/10
2/28 - Band of Brothers (2001) - Currahee
2/28 - Band of Brothers (2001) - Day of Days

March

3/1 - Band of Brothers (2001) - Carentan
3/1 - Band of Brothers (2001) - Replacements
3/2 - Band of Brothers (2001) - Crossroads
3/2 - Band of Brothers (2001) - Bastogne
3/2 - Band of Brothers (2001) - The Breaking Point
3/2 - Band of Brothers (2001) - The Patrol
3/3 - Band of Brothers (2001) - Why We Fight
3/3 - Band of Brothers (2001) - Points
3/3 - The Boondock Saints (1999) 7/10
3/4 - Laugh, Clown, Laugh (1928) 8.5/10
3/4 - Lon Chaney: A Thousand Faces (2000)
3/4 - The Unknown (1927) 9/10 - My favorite Lon Chaney film.
3/5 - Modern Times (1936) 8.5/10
3/6 - Braveheart (1995) 8/10
3/6 - City Lights (1931) 8/10 - The boxing scene is the highlight.
3/7 - The Shock (1923) 8.5/10
3/8 - Blood and Black Lace (1964) 9/10 - Beautiful film.
3/9 - Scarface (1932) 8/10 - Paul Muni is fantastic.
3/11 - Saw (2004) 7.5/10 - Cary Elwes' acting is bad but the concept is pretty good.
3/12 - Saw (2004) 7.5/10
3/12 - Homicide: Life on the Street - Season 1 (1993)
3/13 - Ladder 49 (2004) 4/10 - Rubbish. A 2 hour commercial for how great firefighters are. The film tries to compensate it's lack of story and bad acting with forced over emotional scenes. Give me a break!
3/13 - The Kid (1921) 9/10 - One of Chaplin's best.
3/13 - Creepshow (1982) 8/10 - Favorite episode is definitely The Crate.
3/15 - Homicide: Life on the Street - Season 2 (1994)
3/16 - The Great Silence (1968) 8/10 - Brutal and realistic anti-western that has one of the most downbeat endings ever! Kinski is especially great.
3/17 - Django (1966) 9/10
3/18 - The Killer Elite (1975) 6.5/10
3/19 - Zombie (1979) 9/10
3/19 - City of the Living Dead (1980) 9/10
3/20 - The Beyond (1981) 9.5/10 - "And you will face the sea of darkness, and all therein that may be explored"
3/21 - The House by the Cemetery (1981) 9/10
3/21 - Brain Damage (1988) 9.5/10 - So underrated, definitely Henenlotter's best film.
3/22 - The New York Ripper (1982) 7.5/10
3/23 - Burial Ground: The Nights of Terror (1980) 7/10 - Wonderful cheese. A midget playing a kid is just priceless.
3/24 - Investigation of a Citizen Above Suspicion (1970) 9/10
3/25 - The Horror Show (1989) 6/10 - A serial killer comes back from the dead after getting the electric chair. The real question is who ripped off who, The Horror Show or Wes Craven's Shocker (1989)?
3/25 - The Burning (1981) 7.5/10
3/25 - The Dorm That Dripped Blood (1981) 5/10
3/26 - The Final Terror (1983) 8/10 - A great "back woods" slasher flick.
3/26 - Eaten Alive (1976) 5.5/10
3/27 - Graduation Day (1981) 5.5/10 - Pure cheese.
3/27 - Happy Birthday to Me (1981) 7.5/10
3/27 - Slaughter High (1986) 3/10
3/28 - Deadly Blessing (1981) 6.5/10
3/29 - To All a Good Night (1980) 4.5/10
3/30 - Pieces (1982) 6.5/10 - "Pieces... It's exactly what you think it is!" I love that tagline.
3/30 - Final Exam (1981) 6/10
3/30 - Hide and Go Shriek (1988) 5/10
3/31 - Chopping Mall (1986) 6.5/10
3/31 - Christmas Evil (1980) 3.5/10 - Could have been so good....

April

4/1 - The Stepfather (1987) 8.5/10
4/1 - Salem's Lot (1979) 5.5/10
4/2 - My Bloody Valentine (1981) 6.5/10
4/3 - Wait Until Dark (1967) 9/10
4/3 - The Prowler (1981) 6.5/10
4/4 - Maniac Cop (1988) 7.5/10
4/4 - The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974) 9.5/10
4/5 - Mutant (1984) 7/10
4/6 - The Godfather (1972) 9/10
4/8 - The Incubus (1982) 7.5/10
4/12 - The Woodsman (2004) 8/10
4/13 - The Shield - The Complete 1st Season (2002)
4/15 - Strange Behavior (1981) 7/10
4/19 - Homicide: Life on the Street - Season 3 (1994-1995)
4/23 - Homicide: Life on the Street - Season 4 (1995-1996)
4/25 - Sabrina (1954) 8.5/10 - Bogart, Holden, Hepburn and Wilder, you can't go wrong.
4/25 - The Three Stooges: Dizzy Doctors (1937-1953) (6 Shorts)
4/25 - The Three Stooges: Spook Louder (1943-1949) (6 Shorts)
4/26 - House of Flying Daggers (2004) 6.5/10 - Beautiful looking film but the story was lacking. Hero was much better.
4/26 - Meet the Fockers (2004) 4/10
4/27 - The Three Stooges: Healthy, Wealthy and Dumb (1936-1945) (6 Shorts)
4/29 - The Assassination of Richard Nixon (2004) 8/10
4/30 - Ocean's Twelve (2004) 4/10 - A mess.

May

5/1 - The Amityville Horror (1979) 7.5/10
5/2 - Amityville II: The Possession (1982) 8.5/10 - First time watching it since i was a kid and it still creeps me out.
5/3 - Dawn Of The Dead (2004) 6.5/10
5/3 - They Call Me Trinity (1971) 8/10
5/4 - Trinity Is Still My Name (1972) 7.5/10
5/4 - Amityville 3-D (1983) 5.5/10
5/5 - The Three Stooges: All the World's a Stooge (1937-1946) (7 Shorts)
5/7 - A Genius, Two Partners and a Dupe (1975) 7/10
5/7 - Planet Of The Apes (1968) 10/10 - Masterpiece.
5/8 - Beneath the Planet of the Apes (1970) 8.5/10
5/9 - Escape from the Planet of the Apes (1971) 8.5/10
5/9 - Conquest of the Planet of the Apes (1972) 9/10
5/9 - Battle for the Planet of the Apes (1973) 8/10
5/10 - Sons Of The Desert (1933) 9/10
5/10 - Assault on Precinct 13 (2005) 7.5/10
5/11 - Way Out West (1937) 7/10
5/11 - Psychic Killer (1975) 6/10
5/15 - Oz: Season 1 (1997) - Best TV show of all time!
5/16 - Oz: Season 2 (1998)
5/17 - Oz: Season 3 (1999)
5/18 - Assault on Precinct 13 (2005) 7.5/10
5/20 - Oz: Season 4 (2000-2001)
5/21 - Pardon Us (1931) 7.5/10
5/22 - Every Which Way But Loose (1978) 7.5/10
5/22 - Any Which Way You Can (1980) 7/10 - Good light hearted Eastwood comedies.
5/22 - Block-Heads (1938) 8.5/10
5/23 - Seven Samurai (1954) 10/10 - Masterpiece.
5/24 - Any Given Sunday (1999) 8.5/10
5/25 - Saps at Sea (1940) 6.5/10
5/25 - I Spit on Your Grave (1978) (with Joe Bob Briggs Commentary) 8/10
5/26 - Prince of Darkness (1987) 7.5/10
5/26 - Pack Up Your Troubles (1932) 8/10
5/27 - A Chump at Oxford (1940) 7/10
5/28 - Thirst (1979) 8.5/10 - Very underrated Australian vampire flick. Great cast, good music and a interesting take on the vampire genre.
5/28 - Our Relations (1936) 8/10 - Another great L&H film, loved the phone booth gag.
5/28 - Swiss Miss (1938) 7/10 - To much focus on musical and romantic subplots and not enough L&H but the scenes with them were great especially the gorilla and St Bernard gags.
5/29 - City Heat (1984) 8/10
5/29 - Patrick (1978) 7/10
5/30 - The Bohemian Girl (1936) 6.5/10
5/30 - Sahara (2005) 3/10
5/31 - The Longest Yard (2005) 6/10
5/31 - Heart Of Glass (1976) 7/10
5/31 - Lessons Of Darkness (1992)

June

6/1 - Little Dieter Needs to Fly (1997) - A fantastic and moving documentary by Herzog about the escape and survival of an American POW during the Vietnam war.
6/1 - The Queen of Spades (1949) 6/10
6/2 - Omen 4: The Awakening (1991) 6.5/10 - It's really not THAT bad considering.
6/2 - The Attic (1979) 7/10
6/3 - Coma (1978) 8/10
6/3 - Omega Doom (1997) 6/10
6/3 - Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1941) 8/10
6/3 - Missing in Action (1984) 7/10
6/4 - Missing in Action 2: The Beginning (1985) 7.5/10
6/4 - Braddock: Missing in Action 3 (1988) 5.5/10
6/4 - Sister, Sister (1987) 8/10 - Very underrated flick.
6/4 - Tourist Trap (1979) 8/10 - A creepy and effective 70's backwoods horror flick.
6/4 - The Vampire Lovers (1970) 7.5/10 - Ingrid Pitt!
6/5 - Bonnie and Clyde (1967) 8.5/10 - Faye Dunaway is smoking hot in this!
6/5 - Countess Dracula (1970) 6.5/10
6/5 - Children Shouldn't Play With Dead Things (1972) 5.5/10 - WAY to long before any zombie action happens. Clark did MUCH better with his next film, Deathdream.
6/5 - Deranged (1974) 7.5/10
6/5 - The Bloody Judge (1969) 6.5/10
6/5 - The Night of the Hunted (1980) 7.5/10 - Another interesting and strange Rollin film.
6/5 - The Tower of London (1962) 7/10
6/6 - Fear in the Night (1972) 6/10
6/6 - The Haunted Palace (1963) 8.5/10 - Classic Corman/Price outing, probably my second favorite after Pit and the Pendulum.
6/6 - Find a Place to Die (1968) 7/10
6/6 - The Reincarnation of Isabel (1973) 6/10 - A weird and trippy euro sleaze flick.
6/7 - Rambo: First Blood Part 2 (1985) 7.5/10
6/7 - The Sopranos: Season 4 (2002)
6/8 - The Machinist (2004) 8/10
6/8 - Basic Instinct (1992) 8/10
6/8 - Sorority House Massacre (1987) 5/10
6/8 - Sorority House Massacre 2 (1990) 6.5/10 - Having more T&A is always a good thing!
6/8 - Zombie Lake (1980) 4.5/10
6/9 - Frankenstein Created Woman (1967) 7.5/10
6/9 - Strangeland (1998) 5.5/10
6/10 - The Sopranos: Season 5 (2004)
6/10 - On Deadly Ground (1994) 5.5/10
6/11 - Soul Man (1986) 8/10 - Classic 80's Comedy!
6/11 - Cobra (1986) 7.5/10 - "You're the disease, and I'm the cure"
6/11 - The Stunt Man (1980) 7.5/10
6/11 - Dr. Terror's House of Horrors (1965) 8/10 - Favorite segment: Vampire.
6/11 - What Have You Done to Solange? (1972) 8.5/10
6/12 - 48 Hrs. (1982) 8/10
6/12 - The Rookie (1990) 7.5/10
6/12 - Bronco Billy (1980) 8/10
6/13 - Play Misty for Me (1971) 9/10
6/13 - The House That Dripped Blood (1970) 7/10
6/13 - Shock Waves (1977) 8.5/10 - Better than I remembered.
6/13 - My Dear Killer (1971) 7.5/10
6/14 - The Comedy of Terrors (1964) 8/10
6/14 - Mr. & Mrs. Smith (2005) 4/10
6/15 - Revenge of the Sith (2005) 2/10 - I can't believe people actually like crap like this.
6/15 - Coogan's Bluff (1968) 7/10
6/15 - The Bridge on the River Kwai (1957) 9.5/10
6/15 - Seven Blood Stained Orchids (1971) 7.5/10
6/16 - The Hustler (1961) 9/10
6/16 - In the Heat of the Night (1967) 8.5/10
6/17 - The Searchers (1956) 8/10
6/18 - Santa Sangre (1989) 9/10
6/19 - Frankenstein (1931) 8.5/10
6/19 - Bride of Frankenstein (1935) 9/10
6/20 - Son of Frankenstein (1939) 8/10
6/20 - The Ghost of Frankenstein (1942) 6.5/10
6/20 - The Wolf Man (1941) 9/10
6/20 - C.H.U.D. (1984) 7.5/10
6/21 - Hostage (2005) 6.5/10
6/21 - Batman Begins (2005) 6.5/10 - Katie Holmes is horrible but Rutger Hauer rocks!
6/22 - House of Wax (2005) 4.5/10 - Done many times before and much better too.
6/23 - Oz: Season 5 (2002)
6/23 - Sleepaway Camp 2: Unhappy Campers (1988) 5/10
6/23 - The Set-Up (1949) 8.5/10
6/24 - The Twilight Zone: Season 1 (1985-1986)
6/28 - Fight Club (1999) 8.5/10
6/28 - The Omega Man (1971) 9/10
6/29 - The Great Escape (1963) 10/10
6/30 - A Fistful Of Dynamite (1971) 10/10
6/30 - Once Upon a Time in America (1984) 10/10
6/30 - Dawn of the Dead (1978) 10/10
6/30 - Day of the Dead (1985) 10/10

July

7/1 - Soldier of Orange (1977) 10/10 - Greatest war film ever.
7/2 - The Dirty Dozen (1967) 9/10
7/3 - Fitzcarraldo (1982) 10/10
7/3 - Aguirre: The Wrath of God (1973) 10/10
7/3 - Rosemary's Baby (1968) 10/10
7/4 - Stalag 17 (1953) 9/10
7/4 - The Omen (1976) 10/10
7/5 - Damien: Omen 2 (1978) 8.5/10
7/5 - Omen 3: The Final Conflict (1981) 8/10
7/5 - The Godfather Part 2 (1974) 9/10
7/6 - RoboCop (1987) 9/10 - "I'd buy that for a dollar!"
7/6 - Spetters (1980) 9/10
7/7 - Gone in 60 Seconds (2000) 5.5/10
7/7 - Training Day (2001) 8/10
7/7 - Return of the Living Dead (1985) 8/10
7/8 - The Day After Tomorrow (2004) 6/10
7/8 - The Killing (1956) 8/10
7/9 - They Live (1988) 9/10
7/9 - The Killers (1946) 8/10
7/9 - The Black Pirate (1926) 8/10
7/10 - Another 48 Hrs. (1990) 7.5/10 - A very good follow up to the original.
7/10 - Robin Hood (1922) 7/10
7/11 - Beverly Hills Cop (1984) 8.5/10
7/11 - The General (1927) 9/10
7/11 - Sherlock Jr. (1924) 8.5/10
7/11 - Private Parts (1997) 8/10
7/12 - The Sentinel (1977) 8.5/10
7/12 - Code of Silence (1985) 7.5/10
7/13 - Pet Sematary (1989) 6.5/10 - Alot worse than i remembered. The only good thing about this movie is the song by The Ramones that plays over the end credits.
7/13 - Beverly Hills Cop 2 (1987) 8.5/10 - On par with the original.
7/15 - The Shield - Season 2 (2003)
7/16 - Beverly Hills Cop 3 (1994) 7/10 - A step down in quality compared to the first two.
7/18 - The Shield - Season 3 (2004)
7/19 - Papillon (1973) 9/10
7/19 - I Drink Your Blood (1970) 7.5/10
7/19 - The Cincinnati Kid (1965) 9/10 - McQueen, Robinson and Malden are fantastic.
7/20 - The Yakuza Papers Vol. 01, Battles Without Honor & Humanity (1973) 9/10
7/21 - The Yakuza Papers Vol. 02, Deadly Fight in Hiroshima (1973) 9/10
7/22 - The Yakuza Papers Vol. 03, Proxy War (1973) 8.5/10
7/23 - The Yakuza Papers Vol. 04, Police Tactics (1974) 9/10
7/24 - The Yakuza Papers Vol. 05, Final Episode (1974) 8.5/10 - A wonderful epic gangster story filled with stylized direction, interesting characters, non-stop violence and fantastic acting. I had a blast watching the whole story develop over the course of the 5 films.
7/25 - Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia (1974) 8.5/10 - Warren Oates is absolutely brilliant.
7/26 - Battle Royale (2000) 9.5/10 - Lives up to the hype.
7/27 - Prime Cut (1972) 7.5/10
7/28 - Man from Deep River (1972) 8/10 - First Italian cannibal flick. It's more of an adventure/drama with little focus on cannibals but has a great preformance by Ivan Rassimov.
7/28 - Soylent Green (1973) 8/10
7/29 - Homicide: Life on the Street - The Complete 5th Season (1996-1997)
7/31 - Battle Royale (2000) 9.5/10

August

8/1 - The Getaway (1972) 8/10 - Al Lettieri steals the show.
8/1 - The Sword of Doom (1966) 8.5/10
8/1 - Bullitt (1968) 9/10
8/2 - Steve McQueen: The Essence of Cool (2005) - Great doc on McQueen, he definitely was the king of cool.
8/2 - Pulp Fiction (1994) 10/10
8/2 - Bullet in the Head (1990) 9/10 - I wish John Woo would have stayed in Hong Kong, that way we could have had more films like this as opposed to shit like Paycheck and Windtalkers.
8/3 - St. Ives (1976) 8.5/10 - Classic Bronson!
8/3 - Bad Day at Black Rock (1955) 8/10
8/4 - Village of the Damned (1960) 9/10
8/4 - Brother (2000) 8.5/10 - 'Beat' Takeshi is the man!
8/4 - Once Upon a Time in China (1991) 8/10
8/5 - Once Upon a Time in China 2 (1992) 7.5/10
8/6 - Just Before Dawn (1981) 7.5/10
8/6 - Farewell Friend (Honor Among Thieves) (1968) 8.5/10 - Charles Bronson and Alain Delon make a great team.
8/7 - Carnival of Souls (1962) 8/10
8/7 - M (1931) 9/10 - Brilliant stuff!
8/7 - Danger: Diabolik (1968) 8/10
8/8 - Alexander (Theatrical Version) (2004) 4.5/10 - Bad.
8/10 - The Thomas Crown Affair (1968) 9/10 - Loved the split screen sequences, they really added a cool effect to the film and the cast is fantastic especially Faye Dunaway who's simply breathtaking to look at.
8/11 - The Italian Job (1969) 7.5/10
8/11 - Syndicate Sadists (1975) 7/10
8/13 - Never So Few (1959) 7.5/10
8/13 - The Strange Vice of Mrs. Wardh (1970) 9/10 - Edwige Fenech is a goddess.
8/15 - The Case of the Scorpion's Tail (1971) 8/10
8/16 - Battle Royale (2000) 9.5/10
8/16 - Dead Heat (1988) 6.5/10
8/17 - My Name Is Nobody (1973) 7.5/10
8/17 - The Five Deadly Venoms (1978) 8/10
8/18 - Legendary Weapons of China (1982) 8.5/10
8/19 - The Flying Guillotine (1974) 9/10
8/19 - Tom Horn (1980) 7.5/10
8/22 - The Fearless Vampire Killers (1967) 8/10
8/22 - Sahara (1943) 8.5/10 - Great Bogart war flick.
8/22 - Graveyard Shift (1990) 7.5/10 - Stephen Macht and Brad Dourif are the heart and soul of this movie!
8/23 - Dead Reckoning (1947) 8/10 - Bogart + Film Noir = Success.
8/24 - Swords of Vengeance (1978) 8/10 - Solid version of the story of the 47 loyal samurai with good direction and acting especially Chiba who is always a plus but i prefer Hiroshi Inagaki's 1962 version (Chushingura) more.
8/25 - Ringu (1998) 8/10
8/25 - Rasen (1998) 7.5/10 - Interesting direction to take but kinda falls apart near the end. Still a much better direction for the series to take as opposed to Ringu 2.
8/26 - Ringu 2 (1999) 6.5/10 - Not a very good follow up, only has a few good scenes plus the story is weak.
8/26 - Ringu 0 (2000) 7.5/10 - Enjoyable even if it still doesn't explain a lot, the end in the forest was great though.
8/26 - The Card Player (2004) 8/10 - A lot better than i thought it would be.
8/26 - Audition (1999) 8.5/10
8/27 - I Am a Fugitive from a Chain Gang (1932) 9/10 - Paul Muni gives a great preformance and the ending is very memorable.
8/27 - The Masque of the Red Death (1964) 8/10
8/28 - Fury (1936) 8/10
8/28 - Laura (1944) 9/10
8/28 - Sin City (2005) 8/10
8/28 - The Ring (2002) 7.5/10
8/29 - The Ring Two (2005) 4/10 - You gotta love having a random scene of a bunch of CGI deer attacking a car. Fucking stupid.
8/29 - Once Upon a Time in China 3 (1993) 6.5/10
8/30 - Dark Water (2002) 6/10
8/30 - The Eye 2 (2004) 7.5/10
8/31 - Blackboard Jungle (1955) 8/10
8/31 - The Driver (1978) 7/10 - Not a big fan of Ryan O'Neal but Bruce Dern and Isabelle Adjani make up for him.

September

9/1 - The Americanization of Emily (1964) 8/10 - Coburn makes the movie!
9/1 - The Premature Burial (1962) 7.5/10
9/1 - Zatoichi 10: Zatoichi's Revenge (1965) 8/10
9/1 - A Face in the Crowd (1957) 10/10 - Prefection all around from the story, acting, direction and cast. Andy Griffith gives an outstanding preformance and the supporting cast are just as great (Walter Matthau, Anthony Franciosa, etc). I was totally blown away by the film.
9/2 - Zatoichi 11: Zatoichi and the Doomed Man (1965) 7.5/10 - Zatoichi takes out the trash once again.
9/2 - Samurai Banners (1969) 8/10
9/3 - Lips of Blood (1975) 7.5/10
9/3 - Fascination (1979) 8/10
9/3 - The Rape of the Vampire (1967) 7/10
9/3 - The Shiver of the Vampires (1970) 8/10
9/3 - Requiem for a Vampire (1971) 7/10
-God bless Jean Rollin for making these films.
9/3 - Citizen Kane (1941) 9.5/10
9/5 - Children of the Damned (1963) 7/10
9/6 - The Best Arbuckle Keaton Collection (1917-1919) (12 Shorts)
9/6 - Crash (2004) 8/10
9/7 - The Eye (2002) 7.5/10
9/7 - The Night Stalker (1972) 9/10 - Darren McGavin kicks ass!
9/7 - The Night Strangler (1973) 8/10
9/8 - The Curse of the Werewolf (1961) 7/10 - Took a little long to get started but I love the look of the werewolf.
9/8 - Brides of Dracula (1960) 8/10
9/9 - The Black Cat (1934) 7/10
9/9 - The Raven (1935) 7.5/10
9/9 - The Evil of Frankenstein (1964) 7.5/10 - Didn't like how they tried to re-write what happened in the first film but other than that it's another good Frankenstein outing.
9/9 - Night Creatures (1962) 9/10 - The film really surprised me, fantastic stuff.
9/10 - Kiss of the Vampire (1963) 7.5/10
9/10 - Nightmare (1964) 7.5/10
9/10 - Murders in the Rue Morgue (1932) 7/10 - Why do people always have to be so mean to monkeys? They just want to be loved!
9/10 - The Invisible Ray (1936) 8/10
9/10 - Black Friday (1940) 8/10
9/11 - Paranoiac (1963) 7.5/10
9/11 - The Phantom of the Opera (1962) 7/10
9/11 - True Romance (1993) 8.5/10
9/12 - Grand Slam (1968) 9/10
9/14 - Trouble In Paradise (1932) 8/10
9/18 - All The Colors of the Dark (1972) 7.5/10
9/18 - The Valachi Papers (1972) 8.5/10 - Great Bronson mob flick.
9/20 - Memento (2000) 9/10
9/21 - T-Men (1947) 7/10
9/24 - Ben-Hur (1959) 8.5/10
9/24 - The 7th Voyage of Sinbad (1958) 10/10 - The perfect adventure film.
9/25 - Dial M for Murder (1954) 9/10
9/25 - Strangers on a Train (1951) 8.5/10
9/25 - Rear Window (1954) 9/10
9/26 - North by Northwest (1959) 8/10
9/28 - Sunrise (1927) 8.5/10
9/29 - The Golden Voyage of Sinbad (1974) 7/10

October

10/1 - Shadow of a Doubt (1943) 9.5/10
10/1 - The Devil Rides Out (1968) 8/10
10/5 - The Unfaithful Wife (1969) 8/10
10/5 - Ordet (1955) 7.5/10
10/6 - The Plague of the Zombies (1966) 8.5/10 - Great film, the look of the zombies is excellent.
10/7 - Rasputin: The Mad Monk (1966) 7.5/10
10/9 - Ichi the Killer (2001) 8/10
10/10 - Kagemusha (1980) 9/10
10/13 - Taste of Cherry (1997) 5.5/10 - The ending killed it.
10/14 - Old Boy (2003) 9/10 - Fucking brilliant film.
10/15 - High Tension (2003) 8/10 - Well directed, great gore and the twist actually made the film for me as up until that point I didn't find it THAT impressive.
10/16 - Versus (2000) 6/10 - Non-stop action isn't always a good thing...
10/16 - Fando and Lis (1967) 7/10
10/17 - Weekend (1967) 7/10
10/18 - Touching the Void (2003) 8/10
10/22 - Land of the Dead (2005) 8/10 - Loved the evolution of the zombies, John Leguizamo didn't bug me as much as I thought he would, the actors were decent, Romero's first movie in 2:35.1 and he made good use of it, the gore was great for the most part and it was extremely entertaining. On the other hand the story did feel rushed and choppy, the dwarf shootout was laughablly bad, the CGI blood was annoying, and as much as i liked the gore i felt there was too much focus on it. I know, i know but I just thought the film focused too much on action and gore and not enough on story or characters (I was just rolling my eyes at the part near the end when the driver of Dead Reckoning backed up to shoot the zombies, completely unnesessary!). Bottom line, it was great to see Romero back doing a zombie movie and even though the story needed to be fleshed out more it was a fun ride and a great zombie flick. I mean compared to any other recent horror films this is top notch but compared to Romero's other films theres room for improvement.
10/23 - Game of Death (1978) 6/10
10/23 - Land of the Dead (2005)8.5/10
10/25 - Alone in the Dark (1982) 8/10 - An overlooked horror gem.
10/25 - The Fly (1986) 9/10 - Been awhile since i've watched this and i forgot just how good it really is, especially the make-up effects.
10/26 - Salesman (1969)
10/27 - The Candy Snatchers (1973) 7.5/10 - More on the lighter side compared to other 70's exploitation flicks but the crime thriller story was interesting, seeing James Whitworth (Jupiter from The Hills Have Eyes) in a small role was very cool and the ending was simply fantastic.
10/28 - The Big Boss (1971) 7.5/10
10/28 - The Little Girl Who Lives Down the Lane (1976) 9/10 - Such an underrated little thriller, Jodie Foster is fantastic and Martin Sheen is just a little TOO good at playing a sick perv.
10/29 - The Mummy's Shroud (1967) 7/10
10/29 - Enter the Dragon (1973) 9/10 - The quintessential Bruce Lee film.
10/30 - Helter Skelter (1976) 7.5/10 - Steve Railsback is great as Manson.
10/30 - Curse of the Dragon (1993) - Great doc on Bruce Lee.

November

11/3 - Crimes and Misdemeanors (1989) 7.5/10
11/4 - Your Vice is a Locked Room and Only I Have the Key (1972) 7.5/10 - Pretty good gialli with a nice touch of Poe's The Black Cat, Luigi Pistilli and Ivan Rassimov are always fun to watch and Edwige Fenech is the definition of beauty.
11/4 - Tiger on the Beat (1988) 8/10 - great mix of action and comedy with Chow Yun Fat kicking ass all the way. The chainsaw fight was outstanding.
11/6 - Hard Boiled (1992) 9/10
11/6 - The Hunger (1983) 8/10
11/6 - Way of the Dragon (1972) 7.5/10 Bruce Lee VS Chuck Norris = the ultimate showdown.
11/7 - Hard Times (1975) 9/10
11/7 - A Tale of Two Sisters (2003) 8/10
11/7 - The Maltese Falcon (1941) 9/10
11/8 - House on Haunted Hill (1958) 7/10 - I prefer Price and Castle's other outing The Tinger a bit more.
11/9 - From Dusk Till Dawn (1996) 9/10 - Such a fantastic film with an amazing cast (Fred Williamson, Tom Savini, Danny Trejo, Harvey Keitel etc...).
11/12 - House of 1000 Corpses (2003) 7/10 - Good but definitely flawed.
11/13 - The Devil's Rejects (2005) 8.5/10 - The casting (William Forsythe and Geoffrey Lewis especially) along with the 70's atmosphere totally makes the movie. The ending was my favorite part.
11/14 - Sabata (1969) 8/10
11/17 - Dogville (2003) 7.5/10
11/17 - Phantasmagoria (2005)
11/18 - Phantasm (1979) 9/10
11/19 - Phantasm 2 (1988) 8/10
11/19 - Phantasm 3: Lord of the Dead (1994) 8/10
11/19 - Phantasm 4: Oblivion (1998) 7.5/10
11/20 - Effects (1980) 7.5/10
11/21 - Winchester '73 (1950) 7/10
11/25 - Magnolia (1999) 6/10
11/26 - Race with the Devil (1975) 8/10 - Warren Oates and Peter Fonda make a great team.
11/26 - Fear No Evil (1981) 6.5/10 - Some interesting ideas but an uneven balance between cheesy and serious scenes.
11/28 - Long Weekend (1978) 8/10 - A low key Aussie horror flick.

December

12/6 - Homicide: Life on the Street - The Complete 6th Season (1997-1998)
12/8 - May (2002) 7/10
12/9 - Almost Human (1974) 9/10 - Cream of the crop when it comes to Polizia films. Milian is outstanding as usual.
12/9 - Emergency Squad (1974) 8/10 - Another top notch performance by Milian.
12/10 - Mysterious Island (1961) 7.5/10
12/18 - Firefox (1982) 7.5/10
12/20 - Pink Cadillac (1989) 8/10 - A nice change of pace for Eastwood and the cast had so many familiar faces (Geoffrey Lewis, Bill Moseley, Bryan Adams, Jim Carrey, John Dennis Johnston etc...).
12/21 - Adiós, Sabata (1971) 7.5/10 - Yul Brynner is good but Van Cleef is the true Sabata!
12/22 - The Exorcism of Emily Rose (2005) 5.5/10
12/23 - Escape 2000 (1981) 8/10
12/25 - Land Of The Dead (2005) 8.5/10
12/26 - Curb Your Enthusiasm - The Complete 4th Season (2004)
12/27 - Psycho 2 (1983) 8/10
12/27 - Psycho 3 (1986) 7/10
12/28 - The Hidden (1987) 8/10 - A great 80's action/sci-fi/buddy cop flick!
12/28 - The Hidden II (1994) 4/10 - A crappy 90's direct-to-video sequel that nobody wanted.
12/31 - Homicide: Life on the Street - The Complete 7th Season (1998-1999)
12/31 - Homicide: The Movie (2000)
-Definitely one of the best TV shows of all time. Cop shows don't get any better.
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January
1st
00:15-Nekromantik
01:30-Nekromantik 2
17:20-House
18:50-House 2: The Second Story
23:45-Dawn of the Dead (2004) (with commentary)
2nd
01:40-Resident Evil: Apocalypse
14:30-Another Woman
3rd
00:35-Shaun of the Dead
23:30-House of the Dead
4th
11:35-24 Hour Party People
15:15-Nekromantik 2 (with commentary)
23:00-From Hell
5th
11:40-Bloodbath at the House of Death
6th
7th
13:20-28 Days Later
8th
00:10-Prince of Darkness
02:20-Dawn of the Dead (1978-Euro cut) (with commentary)
13:45-Honogurai Mizu No Soko Kara (Dark Water)
16:00-Hulk
20:00-The Passion of the Christ
23:00-The Big Lebowski
9th
01:55-Lolita (1962)
15:00-Dr. Strangelove or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb
16:55-2001: A Space Odyssey
19:45-A Clockwork Orange
23:00-Barry Lyndon
10th
02:40-The Shining (1980)
12:00-Full Metal Jacket
14:10-Eyes Wide Shut
17:00-Stanley Kubrick: A Life in Pictures
22:00-House of 1000 Corpses
23:45-Hollow Man
11th
01:50-Not of This Earth (1988)
15:45-The Killing (1956)
23:45-Stir of Echoes (with commentary)
12th
02:15-Deranged
14:05-The Mummy (1932)
13th
01:15-Paths of Glory
03:00-The Mummy's Hand
04:10-The Mummy's Tomb
21:00-The Mummy's Ghost
22:00-The Mummy's Curse
23:40-The Invisible Man (1933)
14th
00:55-The Invisible Man Returns
03:20-The Invisible Woman
13:55-The Invisible Agent
15:20-The Invisible Man's Revenge
23:35-Stir of Echoes
15th
02:30-House of 1000 Corpses (with commentary)
15:00-Jackie Brown
16th
01:50-The Invisible Man (1933) (with commentary)
17:00-Kill Bill v.1
19:00-Kill Bill v.2
17th
02:05-Insomnia (2002)
16:05-The Cat O' Nine Tails
22:10-Deep Red
18th
00:25-Suspiria
02:45-Inferno
14:10-Tenebre
15:55-Phenomena
19th
00:30-Demons
02:00-Demons 2
12:30-Opera
20th
20:30-The Aviator
21st
00:20-Tenebre (with commentary)
22:00-Fear and Desire
23:30-The Royal Tenenbaums
22nd
13:55-Alien (director's cut)
15:50-Aliens (director's cut)
18:30-Alien3 (extended cut)
23:00-Ghostworld
23rd
02:45-Alien: Resurrection (extended cut)
24th
03:00-Gamera vs. Barugon (MST3K season 0)
14:00-Cave Dwellers (MST3K season 3)
15:45-Pod People (MST3K season 3)
22:10-Alien vs. Predator
25th
00:10-Run Ronnie Run!
02:10-Gamera (MST3K season 0)
13:00-The Gunslinger (MST3K season 5)
14:40-Beginning of the End (MST3K season 5)
26th
03:10-Gamera vs. Gaos (MST3K season 0)
16:50-Back to the Future
18:40-Back to the Future Part II
23:30-Back to the Future Part III
27th
01:40-Gamera vs. Zigra (MST3K season 0)
21:50-Back to the Future (with producer's commentary)
28th
00:18-Back to the Future Part II (with producer's commentary)
13:35-Killer's Kiss
20:35-Back to the Future Part III (with producer's commentary)
22:40-Spartacus
29th
03:40-Gamera vs. Guiron (MST3K season 0)
14:50-Back to the Future (with Q&A commentary)
16:25-Back to the Future Part II (with Q&A commentary)
17:30-Back to the Future Part III (with Q&A commentary)
30th
00:35-Mystery Science Theatre 3000: The Movie
03:25-Phase IV (MST3K season 0)
13:55-The Wild World of Batwoman (MST3K season 5)
15:35-Red Zone Cuba (MST3K season 6)
21:50-Total Recall
23:45-The Unearthly (MST3K season 3)
31st
01:25-I Accuse My Parents (MST3K season 5)
14:00-Back to the Future (with animated anecdotes)
15:55-Back to the Future Part II (with animated anecdotes)
17:45-Back to the Future Part III (with animated anecdotes)
21:35-Alien vs. Predator
23:30-Spartacus (with commentary)
February
1st
03:20-Mitchell (MST3K season 5)
05:50-The Brain That Wouldn't Die (MST3K season 5)
13:30-The Atomic Brain (MST3K season 5)
15:20-Angel's Revenge (MST3K season 6)
23:30-Total Recall (with commentary)
2nd
02:00-Manos: The Hands of Fate (MST3K season 4)
14:00-The Matrix
16:20-The Animatrix
21:00-The Matrix Reloaded
3rd
00:15-The Matrix Revolutions
03:00-Eegah! (MST3K season 5)
12:55-The Corpse Vanishes (MST3K season 1)
23:40-Dreamcatcher
4th
02:10-Slime People (MST3K season 1)
15:00-Ray
21:00-Reefer Madness (with Mike Nelson commentary)
5th
00:40-Santa Claus Conquers the Martians (MST3K season 3)
13:00-Master Ninja I (MST3K season 3)
15:40-Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle
20:00-Reefer Madness (with Mike Nelson commentary)
21:20-Angel's Revenge (MST3K season 6)
6th
7th
00:00-Master Ninja II (MST3K season 3)
01:40-Kitten With a Whip (MST3K season 6)
15:35-Ray (with commentary)
23:20-Fight Club
8th
03:00-The Wild World of Bat Woman (MST3K season 5)
11:00-Dreamcatcher
14:00-Fight Club (with director's commentary
23:35-Alien vs. Predator (with cast commentary)
9th
02:40-Gunsliger (MST3K season 5)
12:00-American Splendor
14:00-The Evil Dead
15:30-Evil Dead 2: Dead by Dawn
17:15-Army of Darkness (director's cut)
23:30-American Splendor (with commentary)
10th
01:40-Pod People (MST3K season 3)
18:30-The Grudge (with commentary)
20:10-Silent Night, Bloody Night
11th
02:10-The Unearthly (MST3K season 3)
12th
02:50-The Grudge
04:20-Scared to Death
18:20-Hedwig and the Angry Inch
21:15-Hedwig and the Angry Inch (with commentary)
13th
00:05-Good Against Evil
01:20-Kill, Baby...Kill
17:05-Snowbeast
18:30-Moon of the Wolf
20:15-Night Train to Terror
14th
00:01-Devil's Nightmare
02:05-My Bloody Valentine
23:30-Predator
15th
01:50-Silent Night, Bloody Night
13:00-Hedwig and the Angry Inch
16th
00:30-Predator (with commentary)
02:35-April Fool's Day
11:30-Panic Room
13:50-Manos: The Hands of Fate (MST3K season 4)
15:25-Eegah! (MST3K season 5)
23:45-Predator (with text commentary)
17th
02:05-South Bronx Heroes
15:30-The Wild World of Batwoman (MST3K season 5)
23:35-The Black Six
18th
01:20-Starforce: Fugitive Alien II (MST3K season 3)
02:55-Giant Gila Monster (MST3K season 4)
13:55-Alien From LA (MST3K season 5)
15:25-The Beast of Yucca Flats (MST3K season 6)
21:00-Saw
22:50-The Black Gestapo
19th
02:00-Velvet Smooth
14:00-Alien From LA (MST3K season 6)
17:55-Napoleon Dynamite
19:35-Saw
20th
00:05-Saw (with commentary)
02:30-Black Fist
13:05-Saw
17:05-Pacific Inferno
18:45-Death of a Prophet
19:50-TNT Jackson
23:30-Star Trek: The Motion Picture
21st
02:45-Carnival of Souls
14:00-Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan
17:00-Star Trek III: The Search for Spock
21:05-Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home
23:30-Beyond Re-Animator
22nd
01:55-The Screaming Skull
03:00-Attack of the Giant Leeches
23:30-Star Trek V: Te Final Frontier
23rd
01:20-Beyond Re-Animator (with commentary)
03:30-Dementia 13
17:10-Ju-on: The Grudge (with commentary)
20:15-Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country
23:30-Star Trek: Generations
24th
01:45-The Killer Shrews
23:40-The Brain That Wouldn't Die
25th
01:00-The Indestructable Man
11:30-Carnival of Souls (with Mike Nelson commentary)
15:10-Hedwig and the Angry Inch
26th
23:05-Wild at Heart
27th
11:25-Ju-On: The Curse
12:40-Ju-On: The Curse 2
14:00-Ju-On: The Grudge
15:35-Ju-On: The Grudge 2
17:10-The Grudge
23:35-The Grudge (with commentary)
28th
01:35-Swamp Women
03:00-The World Gone Mad
15:55-Ju-On: The Grudge (with commentary)
23:55-Attack of the Giant Leeches
March
1st
01:15-The Screaming Skull
04:25-The Incredibly Strange Creatures... (MST3K season 8)
15:45-Puma Man (MST3K season 9)
17:20-Werewolf (MST3K season 9)
2nd
00:10-The Wasp Woman
01:45-The Giant Gila Monster
15:40-Feardotcom
23:55-I Bury the Living
3rd
01:25-The Hand
14:05-Fright Night
4th
01:00-The Giant Gila Monster (MST3K season 4)
02:30-Alien From LA (MST3K season 5)
13:15-Rose Red pt.1
14:40-Rose Red pt.2
16:10-Rose Red pt.3
5th
01:30-Carnival of Souls (with Mike Nelson commentary)
16:45-Carnival of Souls (with Mike Nelson commentary)
18:35-Fright Night
23:05-Re-Animator
6th
12:30-Bride of Re-Animator
14:15-Feardotcom (with commentary)
23:05-Beyond Re-Animator
7th
22:30-Cradle of Fear
8th
15:15-Heavy Metal 2000
19:35-Super Troopers
21:35-Club Dread
23:35-Feardotcom
9th
16:00-The Ring
22:10-The Monster Walks
10th
22:05-Scared to Death
11th
13:30-Ring
17:45-Hedwig and the Angry Inch (with commentary)
12th
01:30-Spiral
12:05-Ring 2
13:40-Ring 0
13th
00:05-Moon of the Wolf
16:40-The Ring Virus
18:25-The Shining pt.1
19:55-The Shining pt.2
21:25-The Shining pt.3
23:05-Snowbeast
14th
22:30-The Devil's Nightmare
15th
15:25-Good Against Evil
21:05-The Stand pt.1: The Plague
22:45-The Stand pt.2: The Dreams
16th
23:00-The Stand pt.3: The Betrayal
17th
10:00-The Stand pt.4: The Stand
13:00-Wrong Turn
14:25-The Undertaker and His Pals
22:35-The Legend of Hell House
18th
14:15-The Stand pt.1: The Plague (with commentary)
15:40-The Stand pt.2: The Dreams (with commentary)
17:15-The Stand pt.3: The Betrayal (with commentary)
18:45-The Stand pt.4: The Stand (with commentary)
23:25-Decamptiated
19th
12:30-The Royal Tenenbaums
19:35-The Ring Two
22:15-The Undertaker and His Pals
20th
00:10-The Severed Arm
13:05-The Shining pt.1 (with commentary)
14:35-The Shining pt.2 (with commentary)
16:15-The Shining pt.3 (with commentary)
17:50-Rose Red pt.1 (with commentary)
19:40-Rose Red pt.2 (with commentary)
21:05-Rose Red pt.3 (with commentary)
23:05-Gate II
21st
17:05-Stir of Echoes
22:05-The House by the Cemetery
22nd
17:35-Super Troopers (with Chandrasekhar and Stolhanske commentary)
19:20-Club Dread (with Chandrasekhar and Stolhanske commentary)
21:55-The Haunting (1963)
23rd
23:05-Kill Baby, Kill
24th
25th
12:25-Boogie Nights
16:45-Back to the Future
18:40-Back to the Future Part II
20:35-Back to the Future Part III
26th
00:50-Super Troopers (with Heffernan, Lemme and Soter commentary)
12:10-The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Rings (extended edition)
16:55-The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers (extended edition)
22:45-The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (extended edition)
27th
12:35-Club Dread (with Heffernan, Lemme and Soter commentary)
28th
29th
30th
31st
22:35-Bad Taste
April
1st
2nd
11:00-Orgazmo
14:15-Bloodbath at the House of Death
16:30-Orgazmo (with drunken commentary)
22:35-The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (with director commentary)
3rd
11:45-The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers (with director commentary)
17:00-The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (with director commentary)
22:25-Orgazmo (with cast commentary)
4th
17:50-Orgazmo (with wild commentary)
19:35-The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (with cast commentary)
23:15-Madman
5th
18:55-The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers (with cast commentary)
6th
17:25-The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (with cast commentary)
23:30-Waxwork
7th
09:40-Waxwork II: Lost in Time
21:50-Cabin Fever
23:20-Cannibal! The Musical (with commentary)
8th
9th
13:20-Sin City
18:30-Geeks on Parade
23:05-The Blair Witch Project
10th
17:30-Book of Shadows: Blair Witch 2
19:15-28 Days Later...
22:05-Shaun of the Dead
11th
12th
18:45-Star Trek: First Contact (with director commentary)
22:10-The Amityville Horror (with commentary)
13th
10:30-Star Trek: First Contact (with text commentary)
23:20-The Blair Witch Project (with commentary)
14th
10:15-Book of Shadows: Blair Witch 2 (with director's commentary)
22:20-Cheerleader Camp (with commentary)
15th
16th
01:25-Natural Born Killers
12:00-The Incrediby Strange Creatures... (MST season 8)
15:40-Sin City
17th
11:15-The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari
14:10-Natural Born Killers (with commentary)
20:10-Horror Express
23:00-The Fly (1986)
18th
17:50-The Fly 2
19th
00:10-The Cell
20th
21st
22nd
23rd
12:50-Natural Born Killers
17:50-Sin City
23:15-Night of the Living Dead (1967)
24th
16:10-Dawn of the Dead (1978) (extended cut)
18:30-Day of the Dead
23:15-Zombie
25th
18:00-Night of the Living Dead (1990)
19:50-Dawn of the Dead (2004)
21:45-Redneck Zombies
26th
17:55-Return of the Living Dead
19:55-Resident Evil
21:50-Resident Evil: Apocalypse
27th
28th
29th
23:35-House of the Dead
30th
May
1st
17:05-The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy
21:30-The Godfather
2nd
17:35-The Godfather Part II
21:50-The Godfather Part III
3rd
19:00-The Godfather (with commentary)
4th
18:00-The Godfather Part II (with commentary)
5th
6th
7th
11:45-The Godfather Part III (with commentary)
17:00-Death Collecter
8th
12:15-Hit Lady
9th
10th
11th
20:10-Attack of the Killer Tomatoes (with commentary)
22:30-The Manson Family
12th
00:40-Babylon 5: The Gathering (with commentary)
22:00-The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou
13th
18:15-Babylon 5: In the Beginning (with commentary)
14th
01:05-Babylon 5: Thirdspace (with commentary)
12:00-The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou
23:55-Babylon 5: The River of Souls (with commentary)
15th
11:15-Babylon 5: A Call to Arms (with commentary)
23:00-The Manson Family
16th
20:20-The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou
22:30-Slackers
17th
18th
18:35-The Grudge (director's cut)
20:35-Creepshow
23:30-Team America: World Police
19th
11:10-Reefer Madness (with Legend Films commentary)
22:25-The Grudge (with director's commentary)
20th
22:40-Star Wars episode III: Revenge of the Sith
21st
14:00-Two Lane Blacktop
22nd
00:05-Team America: World Police
23rd
01:00-Escape From Death Row
12:45-The Manson Family
18:00-Team America: World Police
19:25-The Grudge (director's cut)
22:25-Shaun of the Dead
24th
18:40-Vanilla Sky
25th
26th
21:25-The Truth About Cats and Dogs
27th
28th
29th
30th
18:10-The Aviator
31st
June
1st
23:10-Witchboard (with commentary)
2nd
3rd
00:10-Breeders
22:50-The Tommyknockers pt. 1
4th
00:30-The Tommyknockers pt. 2
15:10-Star Wars
17:15-The Empire Strikes Back
19:25-Return of the Jedi
21:40-Star Wars episode III: Revenge of the Sith
5th
09:15-Star Wars episode I: The Phantom Menace
12:05-Star Wars episode II: Attack of the Clones
14:55-Star Wars episode III: Revenge of the Sith
17:25-Star Wars episode IV: A New Hope
19:30-Star Wars episode V: The Empire Strikes Back
22:15-Star Wars episode VI: Return of the Jedi
6th
18:30-Star Wars episode I: The Phantom Menace (with commentary)
22:35-Night of the Demons (with commentary)
7th
18:00-Star Wars episode II: Attack of the Clones (with commentary)
8th
17:20-Star Wars episode IV: A New Hope (with commentary)
20:25-Star Wars episode V: The Empire Strikes Back (with commentary)
22:50-Star Wars episode VI: Return of the Jedi (with commentary)
9th
10th
11th
00:50-Reform School Girls
12:30-Hedwig and the Angry Inch
23:00-Raiders of the Lost Ark
12th
18:25-Team America: World Police
23:05-Not of This Earth
13th
17:30-Not of This Earth (with commentary)
22:25-Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom
14th
22:35-Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade
15th
16th
23:25-Dark Star
17th
18th
15:25-The Amityville Horror (1979)
22:40-Fantastic Planet
19th
00:50-Two Lane Blacktop
23:40-The Ape Man
20th
18:45-24 Hour Party People
22:15-Embryo
21st
17:45-Following
20:40-Following (with commentary)
22:45-Memento (with commentary)
22nd
19:40-Jawbreaker (with commentary)
23:55-Stir of Echoes
23rd
22:15-Memento (chronological)
24th
25th
17:10-Land of the Dead
26th
17:30-LA Confidential
22:15-Carrie
27th
28th
17:45-Jaws
29th
19:40-The Gate
30th
July
1st
18:40-Cave Dwellers (MST3K season 3)
20:00-Pod People (MST3K season 3)
23:10-Night of the Living Dead
2nd
00:50-Dawn of the Dead (extended)
17:30-Day of the Dead
22:00-Frailty
3rd
15:05-Night of the Living Dead (with crew commentary)
22:45-Dawn of the Dead (with crew commentary)
4th
17:20-Day of the Dead (with director's commentary)
5th
6th
00:30-Dawn of the Dead (with producer's commentary)
20:45-Night of the Living Dead (with cast commentary)
22:25-Little Darlings
7th
22:05-Dawn of the Dead (with cast commentary)
8th
20:25-Leatherface: The Texas Chainsaw Massacre III (with commentary)
23:00-The Haunting (1999)
9th
22:10-Dark Water (2005)
10th
19:25-The Gate
23:05-Little Darlings
11th
22:00-Land of the Dead
12th
00:20-Document of the Dead
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17:50-Pink Flamingos
19:40-Female Trouble
21:30-Desperate Living
23:00-Polyester
14th
10:35-Hairspray
22:40-cry-Baby
15th
17:30-Serial Mom
16th
01:40-Pecker
12:50-Cecil B. DeMented
14:40-A Dirty Shame
15:15-Night of the Living Dead (1990)
18:20-Dawn of the Dead (2004)
20:35-Land of the Dead
22:10-A Dirty Shame (with director's commentary)
23:40-Cecil B. DeMented (with commentary)
17th
01:10-Pecker (with commentary)
02:50-Serial Mom (with commentary)
15:50-Night of the Living Dead (1990) (with commentary)
17:25-Dawn of the Dead (2004) (with commentary)
22:00-Cry Baby (with commentary)
23:40-Hairspray (with commentary)
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19:10-Polyester (with commentary)
19th
00:20-Desperate Living (with commentary)
20th
21:20-A Dirty Shame
23:00-Female Trouble (with commentary)
21st
18:10-The Gate
22:35-Pink Flamingos (with commentary)
22nd
22:05-A Dirty Shame (with crew commentary)
23rd
20:35-Friday the 13th
22:00-Chopper
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13:20-The Devil's Rejects
19:15-Friday the 13th Part 2
25th
22:10-The Crazies
26th
02:20-Friday the 13th Part 3
27th
22:40-The Devil's Rejects
28th
01:15-House of 1000 Corpses
22:55-House of 1000 Corpses (with commentary)
29th
20:55-Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter
23:10-Friday the 13th Part V: A New Beginning
30th
12:20-Stir of Echoes
15:25-Friday the 13th Part VI: Jason Lives
16:50-Friday the 13th Part VII: The New Blood
18:20-Friday the 13th Part VIII: Jason Takes Manhattan
31st
00:50-Basket Case (with commentary)
14:00-JFK
17:25-Donnie Darko
23:45-The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (2003)
August
1st
20:05-Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday
21:40-Jason X
2nd
3rd
19:55-The Texas Chainsaw Massacre
21:00-The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2
23:30-Leatherface: The Texas Chainsaw Massacre III
4th
01:15-Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Next Generation
5th
23:45-The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (with commentary)
6th
09:50-Leatherface: The Texas Chainsaw Massacre III (with commentary)
14:10-Trigger Effect
17:55-House of 1000 Corpses
21:30-The Devil's Rejects
7th
10:40-The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (2003) (with production commentary)
12:40-Raising Cain
17:30-Team America: World Police
20:50-The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle
23:50-The Devonsville Terror
8th
23:35-Intruder
9th
10th
21:30-Raising Cain
23:45-Surf II
11th
23:30-The Devil's Rejects
12th
21:30-Dead End
13th
01:10-Slaughterhouse
12:55-The Skeleton Key
15:40-Friday the 13th (uncut)
14th
10:00-An Evening With Kevin Smith
14:10-The Skeleton Key
15th
21:25-Zombie
16th
17th
18th
02:10-Hide and Go Shriek
10:20-Death Race 2000
19th
21:40-Death Race 2000
23:10-Slumber Party Massacre
20th
19:20-Creature From the Black Lagoon
20:40-Revenge of the Creature
22:05-The Creature Walks Among Us
21st
00:20-The Crazies (with commentary)
11:15-Creature From the Black Lagoon (with commentary)
17:00-The 40 Year Old Virgin
20:20-Easy Riders and Raging Bulls
23:30-Revenge of the Creature (with commntary)
22nd
17:45-The Creature Walks Among Us (with commentary)
23rd
00:30-Saw
02:30-The Ring
15:40-12 Monkeys
24th
23:45-12 Monkeys
25th
02:15-The Ring Two
23:55-Miracle Mile
26th
27th
28th
18:55-The Ring Two
23:00-The Return of the Living Dead
29th
14:55-The Ring Two
23:35-The Return of the Living Dead (with commentary)
30th
01:55-The Last House on the Left (with commentary)
16:10-Saw (with commentary)
18:45-Motel Hell
22:00-Deranged
31st
21:00-The Grudge (unrated extended director's cut)
23:05-Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare
September
1st
10:15-Ring
21:40-The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (2003) (with story commentary)
2nd
18:45-The Grudge (with cast commentary)
3rd
21:00-The Dead Zone
4th
00:20-Phantasm (with commentary)
15:30-Ju-On: The Curse
16:40-Ju-On: The Curse 2
18:00-Ju-On: The Grudge
5th
01:15-Ju-On: The Grudge 2
15:10-The Grudge (with director's commentary)
19:15-Cloak and Dagger
6th
7th
18:55-Scream
20:50-Scream 2
22:55-Scream 3
8th
14:05-Akira
21:05-Scream (with commentary)
23:30-Scream 2 (with commentary)
9th
18:10-Scream 3 (with commentary)
23:00-The Hills Have Eyes (with commentary)
10th
11th
00:15-Silent Night, Bloody Night
01:40-The Devil's Nightmare
13:45-The Ring Virus
12th
01:40-The Manson Family
13th
01:30-Breeders
18:10-Ju-On (with commantary)
22:00-Elves
14th
19:25-Battle Royale
15th
22:05-Casino
16th
22:10-Cry Wolf
17th
00:30-Breeders
16:45-Half Baked
18:10-Casino (with commentary)
22:30-Scarface
18th
10:20-Half Baked (with commentary)
13:05-Ring
17:10-Half Baked
18:35-Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle
23:20-Spiral
19th
01:00-Ring 2
12:05-Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle (with cast commentary)
15:25-Ring 0: Birthday
18:30-Lara Croft: Tomb Raider
22:25-Phantom of the Mall
20th
20:55-Wrong Turn
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19:30-Rabid
22nd
20:30-Nightmares
22:45-Rabid (with commentary)
23rd
24th
25th
16:00-Ju-On: The Curse
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18:55-Wrong Turn (with commentary)
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28th
00:40-Urban Legend
23:45-Lara Croft: Tomb Raider (with commentary)
29th
19:20-Freaked
23:05-Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle (with writer commentary)
30th
October
1st
01:00-Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle (with extreme sports punk #1 commentary)
12:30-Thirteen Ghosts (2001)
14:00-House of the Dead
17:30-The Omen
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23:00-A Nightmare on Elm Street
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23:50-The Fog (with commentary)
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8th
00:30-Freaked (with commentary)
12:30-Carrie (2002)
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10th
02:00-The Hunger (with commentary)
12:20-A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master
14:15-White Noise (with commentary)
15:55-A Nightmare on Elm Street 5: The Dream Child
17:30-The Fog
20:30-Halloween
22:00-Halloween II
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12th
13:50-Maniac (with commentary)
16:05-Halloween (with commentary)
18:40-Halloween III: Season of the Witch
21:30-Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers
23:00-Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers
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22:10-Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers
14th
20:15-House on Haunted Hill (with Mike Nelson commentary)
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19:15-The Amityville Horror
21:45-Amityville II: The Possession
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15:30-Slumber Party Massacre 2
16:30-Slumber Party Massacre 3
18:20-Halloween H20: Twenty Years Later
21:00-Society
23:15-House on Haunted Hill (with Mike Nelson Commentary)
17th
17:30-In the Mouth of Madness
19:15-The Dead Next Door
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18th
19:15-The Dead Next Door (with commentary)
19th
18:25-Land of the Dead
22:40-Land of the Dead (with commentary)
20th
19:30-Scared to Death
20:40-Kill, Baby....Kill!
23:30-Evil Toons
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22nd
19:30-Deadbeat at Dawn
22:30-Deadbeat at Dawn (with commentary)
23rd
01:45-The Legend of Hell House
17:05-House on Haunted Hill (1999)
18:40-House on Haunted Hill (with Mike Nelson commentary)
24th
22:30-Deadbeat at Dawn
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26th
19:20-House
20:50-House 2: The Second Story
22:55-Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare
27th
17:50-Motel Hell
19:35-Chopping Mall
28th
29th
00:25-Saw (uncut) (with director's commentary)
03:15-Night of the Living Dead (with Mike Nelson commentary)
12:45-The Omen
14:40-Damien: Omen II
16:30-The Final Conflict
20:05-Slaughter High
21:41-Fanatic
23:10-Wes Craven's New nightmare
30th
23:05-Chopping Mall (with commentary)
31st
06:30-Halloween
22:30-Saw II
November
1st
23:00-Army of Darkness
2nd
01:50-High Tension
02:55-The Blob (1988)
3rd
00:30-Saw (with producer commentary)
20:20-Dagon
23:25-Star Wars episode III: Revenge of the Sith (with commentary)
4th
5th
00:05-Dolls (with director's commentary)
6th
00:00-Damien: Omen II (with commentary)
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12:15-Star Wars episode III: Revenge of the Sith
16:50-Saw (uncut)
18:35-Dark City
23:15-The Final Conflict (with commentary)
7th
17:40-High Tension
19:45-Night of the Living Dead (with Mike Nelson commentary)
8th
18:15-The Devil's Rejects (with commentary)
9th
10:50-The Devil's Rejects (with cast commentary)
23:35-High Tension (with commentary)
10th
23:45-Kill Bill v.1
11th
01:15-Kill Bill v.2
19:35-Poltergeist
23:40-The Devil's Rejects
12th
11:25-Fargo
13:10-Poltergeist
23:30-Across 110th Street
13th
01:20-White Noise
03:15-The Dead Next Door
17:25-Queen of the Damned
20:15-High Tension
14th
19:00-Some Kind of Monster
15th
16th
17th
17:20-Shikoku
23:20-Shaft (1971)
18th
18:05-Office Space
19th
13:30-The Fifth Element
17:05-Nowhere
18:50-Shaft (1971)
20:30-Shaft's Big Score!
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00:20-Queen of the Damned (with commentary)
14:45-Office Space
16:55-The Fifth Element
22:15-Blue Velvet
21st
22nd
23rd
24th
25th
01:00-Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1978)
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27th
00:50-Crumb
18:00-Sin City
20:15-Kung Pow: Enter the Fist
22:10-Kung Pow: Enter the Fist (with commentary)
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00:10-Battle Royale
29th
30th
19:30-The Howling
December
1st
19:30-Geeks on Parade
20:00-Kung Pow: Enter the Fist
22:00-Brain Donors
2nd
22:30-Night of the Living Dead (1968)
3rd
00:15-Dawn of the Dead (extended)
03:00-Day of the Dead
04:55-Land of the Dead
18:45-Wadd: The Life and Times of John C. Holmes
20:30-Wonderland
4th
00:55-Sin City
16:05-The Fly (1958)
18:10-The Reuturn of the Fly
19:40-The Fly (1986)
21:20-The Fly 2
5th
18:30-Land of the Dead (with commentary)
20:55-Clerks (with 2004 commentary)
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7th
8th
9th
10th
18:00-Sin City
23:35-Schindler's List
11th
16:20-There's Always Vanilla
18:20-Season of the Witch
21:40-Black Christmas
23:50-Night of the Living Dead: 30th Anniversary Edition (with commentary)
12th
22:40-Stir of Echoes
13th
14th
22:00-Midnight Cowboy
15th
16th
01:40-Sin City (with Miller/Rodriguez commentary)
17th
11:10-Sin City (with Rodriguez/Tarantino commentary)
18th
11:35-Deep Red
17:20-Suspiria
23:50-Inferno
19th
23:30-Phenomena
20th
17:45-Opera
21st
01:15-Stir of Echoes (with commentary)
14:25-The Blob (1988)
22nd
00:30-Silent Night, Deadly Night
23:40-Silent Night, Deadly Night Part 2
23rd
21:30-Geeks on Parade
22:20-Die Hard 2: Die Harder
24th
00:20-Beverly Hills Cop III
13:00-Satan's School for Girls
18:30-The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy
22:50-The Skeleton Key
25th
12:30-A Christmas Story
14:30-The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy (with director's commentary)
19:10-The Brothers Grimm
26th
15:25-The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy (with producer's commentary)
27th
28th
22:50-The Skeleton Key (with commentary)
29th
01:50-Dark Water
16:20-Rollerball
19:15-Dark Water
23:20-Rollerball (with commentary)
30th
31st
02:30-Return of the Living Dead Part II
14:30-Return of the Living Dead Part II (with commentary)
22:05-The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy

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01/23 Trailer Park Boys: Season Three - The Kiss of Freedom
01/25 Trailer Park Boys: Season Three - Temporary Relief Assistant Trailer Park Supervisor
01/25 Kung Fu: Season Two - The Assassin
01/25 Simpsons: Season Five - Homer Loves Flanders
01/26 Simpsons: Season Five - Bart Gets an Elephant
01/26 Kung Fu: Season Two - The Chalice
01/26 Trailer Park Boys: Season Three - If I Can't Smoke and Swear, I'm Fucked
01/27 Kung Fu: Season Two - El Brujo
01/28 Mary Poppins
01/28 Corrosion of Conformity: Live Volume
01/29 Kung Fu: Season Two - The Squawman
01/29 Kung Fu: Season Two - The Spirit-Helper
01/29 Simpsons: Season Five - Burns' Heir
01/29 Simpsons: Season Five - Sweet Seymour Skinner's Baadassss Song
01/29 Simpsons: Season Five - The Boy Who Knew Too Much
01/30 Star Trek: Season Three - The Cage (Pilot episode, restored version)
01/30 Simpsons: Season Five - Lady Bouvier's Lover
01/31 Trailer Park Boys: Season Three - Who's the Microphone Assassin?

February 2005
02/01 Simpsons: Season Five - Secrets of a Successful Marriage
02/01 Kung Fu: Season Two - The Tong
02/01 Trailer Park Boys: Season Three - Closer to the Heart Featuring Alex Lifeson from Rush!
02/02 Kung Fu: Season Two - The Soldier
02/02 Kung Fu: Season Two - The Salamander
02/03 The Mighty Peking Man
02/04 Resident Evil
02/05 Dio: Sacred Heart
02/05 Kung Fu: Season Two - The Hoots
02/05 Kung Fu: Season Two - The Elixir
02/05 Kung Fu: Season Two - The Gunman
02/06 Challenge of the Gladiator
02/06 Hercules Against the Mongols
02/06 The Tattoo Connection
02/08 Kung Fu: Season Two - Empty Pages of a Dead Book
02/09 Kung Fu: Season Two - A Dream Within a Dream
02/10 Kung Fu: Season Two - The Way of Violence Has No Mind
02/11 Holes
02/11 Conquest
02/12 The Shape of Things to Come
02/12 Kung Fu: Season Two - In Uncertain Bondage
02/12 Doctor Who: Spearhead from Space - Episode 1
02/12 One Hour Photo
02/12 Trailer Park Boys: Season Three - Where in the Fuck is Randy's Barbeque?
02/13 The Black 6
02/13 The Incredibles (in theatre)
02/13 Doctor Who: Spearhead from Space - Episode 2
02/13 Trailer Park Boys: Season Three - The Delusions of Officer Jim Lahey
02/13 Trailer Park Boys: Season Three - A Shit Leopard Can't Change Its Spots
02/17 Bowling for Columbine
02/18 Dream Theater: Metropolis 2000
02/18 Contamination
02/20 Kung Fu: Season Two - Night of the Owls, Day of the Doves
02/20 Kung Fu: Season Two - Crossties
02/20 Doctor Who: Spearhead from Space - Episodes 3 and 4
02/20 Hammer
02/23 Kung Fu: Season Two - The Passion of Chen Yi
02/24 Kung Fu: Season Two - Arrogant Dragon
02/25 Ozzy Osbourne: Live at Budokan
02/26 Kung Fu: Season Two - The Nature of Evil
02/26 Men with Brooms
02/27 Jason and the Argonauts
02/28 Kung Fu: Season Two - The Cenotaph Parts I and II

March 2005
03/01 The Phantom from 10,000 Leagues
03/03 Brady Bunch: Season One - The Honeymoon
03/03 Brady Bunch: Season One - Dear Libby
03/04 The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie
03/04 Motörhead: Boneshaker
03/05 Brady Bunch: Season One - Eenie Meenie Mommy Daddy
03/05 Brady Bunch: Season One - Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore
03/05 The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie Again...
03/05 Fight Club
03/05 The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974)
03/06 Brady Bunch: Season One - Katchoo
03/06 Brady Bunch: Season One - A Clubhouse is Not a Home
03/07 The Shape of Things to Come So bad, it's good!
03/08 Brady Bunch: Season One - Kitty Karry-All is Missing
03/08 Family Guy: Season Three - Mr. Griffin Goes to Washington (with commentary)
03/09 Brady Bunch: Season One - A-Camping We Will Go
03/09 Brady Bunch: Season One - Sorry, Right Number
03/09 Cannibal Apocalypse
03/10 Family Guy: Season Three - Death Lives (with commentary)
03/11 Brady Bunch: Season One - Every Boy Does it Once
03/11 Brady Bunch: Season One - Vote for Brady
03/11 The Big Doll House
03/12 The 7th Voyage of Sinbad
03/13 The Golden Voyage of Sinbad
03/15 The Incredibles
03/16 Sinbad and the Eye of the Tiger
03/18 Brady Bunch: Season One - The Voice of Christmas
03/18 Brady Bunch: Season One - Is There a Doctor in the House?
03/18 Trinity and Beyond: The Atomic Bomb Movie
03/19 Godzilla vs The Sea Monster
03/20 The 3 Worlds of Gulliver
03/20 Godzilla vs Mechagodzilla II
03/22 Brady Bunch: Season One - Father of the Year
03/22 Brady Bunch: Season One - 54-40 and Fight
03/22 Brady Bunch: Season One - Mike's Horror-Scope
03/25 Planet of the Apes And so, Ape-Fest 2005 begins with the Chuck Heston classic...
03/25 Beneath the Planet of the Apes More Linda Harrison! More death!
03/26 Escape from the Planet of the Apes Dark and nasty.
03/26 Conquest of the Planet of the Apes The best Apes sequel.
03/26 Battle for the Planet of the Apes Goofy but still fun.
03/26 Blood Mania Sleazy slasher starring a very nude Maria de Aragon. (GREEDO in Star Wars)
03/27 Diana Krall - Live in Paris
03/27 Ben-Hur
03/27 Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory
03/28 The Bloodstained Shadow
03/29 Short Night of Glass Dolls
03/29 Who Saw Her Die?
03/30 The Case of the Bloody Iris

April 2005
04/01 Brady Bunch: Season One - The Undergraduate
04/01 The Pigkeeper's Daughter
04/01 Wild at Heart
04/02 Jason Goes to Hell (Unrated version)
04/03 Goliath and the Dragon
04/03 Classic Albums: Motörhead - Ace of Spades
04/04 Massacre at Fort Holman
04/05 Fists of the Golden Monkey
04/06 Brady Bunch: Season One - Tiger, Tiger!
04/06 Godzilla vs Monster Zero I finally own this disc!
04/07 Classic Albums: Motörhead - Ace of Spades (Bonus material)
04/08 Anthrax: Music of Mass Destruction
04/10 Quatermass and the Pit
04/10 7 Brothers Meet Dracula (Asian re-edit)
04/10 Shock Waves (with commentary)
04/12 Beyond the Darkness
04/15 Brady Bunch: Season One - The Big Sprain
04/15 Soulkeeper
04/16 Seinfeld: Season One - The Seinfeld Chronicles (Pilot, original version)
04/16 Seinfeld: Season One - Male Unbonding
04/16 Seinfeld: Season One - The Stake Out
04/17 Seinfeld: Season One - The Robbery
04/17 Seinfeld: Season One - The Stock Tip
04/17 Dracula (1931, with commentary)
04/17 The Road to Dracula (Documentary)
04/17 Seinfeld: Season Two - The Ex-Girlfriend
04/17 Seinfeld: Season Two - The Pony Remark
04/17 Seinfeld: Season Two - The Busboy
04/18 Seinfeld: Season Two - The Baby Shower
04/18 Seinfeld: Season Two - The Jacket
04/18 Brady Bunch: Season One - Brace Yourself
04/19 Seinfeld: Season Two - The Chinese Restaurant
04/19 Seinfeld: Season Two - The Phone Message
04/20 Seinfeld: Season Two - The Apartment
04/20 Seinfeld: Season Two - The Stranded
04/20 Seinfeld: Season Two - The Statue
04/21 Seinfeld: Season Two - The Heart Attack
04/21 Seinfeld: Season Two - The Revenge (original version)
04/22 Seinfeld: Season Two - The Deal
04/23 Die Monster Die!
04/23 Terminator 2
04/24 Beyond the Darkness Again...
04/24 Reptilicus
04/24 Cannibal Corpse - Monolith of Death
04/24 Brady Bunch: Season One - The Hero
04/27 Oasis of the Zombies Goofy but still fun.
04/28 Ren & Stimpy Show - Stimpy's Big Day / The Big Shot
04/28 Ren & Stimpy Show - Robin Hoek / Nurse Stimpy
04/28 Ren & Stimpy Show - Space Madness / The Boy Who Cried "Rat!"
04/28 The Sadistic Baron Von Klaus
04/29 Brady Bunch: Season One - The Possible Dream
04/29 Brady Bunch: Season One - To Move or Not to Move
04/29 Ren & Stimpy Show - Fire Dogs / The Littlest Giant
04/29 Ren & Stimpy Show - Marooned / Untamed World
04/29 Ren & Stimpy Show - Black Hole / Stimpy's Invention
04/29 Dawn of the Dead (2004, unrated director's cut)
04/30 Ren & Stimpy Show - Ren's Toothache / Rubber Nipple Salesmen
04/30 Ren & Stimpy Show - Sven Hoek
04/30 Ren & Stimpy Show - Haunted House / Mad Dog Hoek
04/30 Ren & Stimpy Show - In the Army / Big House Blues
04/30 Ren & Stimpy Show - Big Baby Scam / Dog Show
04/30 Ren & Stimpy Show - Man's Best Friend / Big House Blues ("banned" & pilot episodes)

May 2005
05/01 A Virgin Among the Living Dead
05/01 Female Vampire Va va VOOM!
05/02 Ren & Stimpy Show - Monkey See Monkey Don't / Powdered Toastman (uncut)
05/02 Ren & Stimpy Show - Fake Dad / Out West
05/02 Ren & Stimpy Show - Stimpy's Fan Club
05/04 Shaun of the Dead
05/05 Ren & Stimpy Show - Great Outdoors / The Cat that Laid the Golden Hairball
05/06 Ren & Stimpy Show - A Visit to Anthony
05/06 Ren & Stimpy Show - The Royal Canadian Kilted Yaksmen
05/06 Brady Bunch: Season One - The Grass is Always Greener
05/06 Brady Bunch: Season One - Lost Locket, Found Locket
05/06 Brady Bunch: Season One - Coming Together Under One Roof (featurette)
05/06 Seinfeld: Season Three - The Note
05/06 Destruction - Live Discharge
05/08 Trailer Park Boys: Season Four - Never Cry Shitwolf
05/08 Trailer Park Boys: Season Four - Man's Gotta Eat
05/08 Trailer Park Boys: Season Four - Rub'n Tiz'zub
05/08 Trailer Park Boys: Season Four - The Green Bastard
05/08 Seinfeld: Season Three - The Truth
05/08 Seinfeld: Season Three - The Dog
05/08 Seinfeld: Season Three - The Library
05/09 Seinfeld: Season Three - The Pen
05/09 Seinfeld: Season Three - The Parking Garage
05/09 Seinfeld: Season Three - The Cafe
05/09 Ren & Stimpy Show - Son of Stimpy
05/10 Seinfeld: Season Three - The Tape
05/11 Seinfeld: Season Three - The Nose Job
05/12 Seinfeld: Season Three - The Alternate Side
05/12 Seinfeld: Season Three - The Red Dot
05/12 Seinfeld: Season Three - The Suicide
05/13 UHF
05/14 Seinfeld: Season Three - The Subway
05/14 Seinfeld: Season Three - The Pez Dispenser
05/14 Seinfeld: Season Three - The Boyfriend
05/14 Gamera vs Monster X "Gamera is really neat..."
05/14 Tetsuo the Iron Man
05/15 Trailer Park Boys: Season Four - Conky
05/15 Trailer Park Boys: Season Four - If You Love Something, Set It Free
05/15 Trailer Park Boys: Season Four - Propane, Propane
05/15 Trailer Park Boys: Season Four - Working Man
05/15 Seinfeld: Season Three - The Fix-Up
05/16 Seinfeld: Season Three - The Limo
05/16 Seinfeld: Season Three - The Good Samaritan
05/16 Seinfeld: Season Three - The Letter
05/16 Seinfeld: Season Three - The Parking Space
05/16 Seinfeld: Season Three - The Keys
05/17 Seinfeld: Season Four - The Trip, Parts 1 & 2
05/18 Seinfeld: Season Four - The Pitch
05/19 Seinfeld: Season Four - The Wallet
05/20 Seinfeld: Season Four - The Watch
05/21 Revenge of the Sith (in theater)
05/22 First Blood
05/22 Alien
05/23 Gamera vs Gaos "...Gamera is full of meat..."
05/23 Seinfeld: Season Four - The Bubble Boy
05/25 Seinfeld: Season Four - The Cheever Letters
05/25 Seinfeld: Season Four - The Opera
05/26 Seinfeld: Season Four - The Virgin
05/27 The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie
05/27 Romper Stomper
05/28 Black Label Society - Boozed, Broozed & Broken-Boned
05/29 The House That Dripped Blood
05/29 Superstarlet A.D. Apocalypse meow! Fun homage to Russ Meyer movies.
05/29 Seinfeld: Season Four - The Contest
05/30 Seinfeld: Season Four - The Airport
05/30 Seinfeld: Season Four - The Pick
05/31 Seinfeld: Season Four - The Movie
05/31 Seinfeld: Season Four - The Visa

June 2005
06/01 Erotic Nights of the Living Dead (Uncut version)
06/03 Metallica: Some Kind of Monster
06/07 Hellraiser: Bloodline
06/07 Seinfeld: Season Four - The Outing
06/08 Seinfeld: Season Four - The Shoes
06/10 Let Sleeping Corpses Lie
06/11 Extra Weird Sampler
06/12 Jaws
06/13 Seinfeld: Season Four - The Old Man
06/13 Seinfeld: Season Four - The Implant
06/14 Seinfeld: Season Four - The Handicap Spot
06/14 Seinfeld: Season Four - The Junior Mint
06/15 Zombi 3
06/16 Seinfeld: Season Four - The Smelly Car
06/16 Seinfeld: Season Four - The Pilot
06/17 Zombie 4: After Death
06/19 Zombie 5: Killing Birds
06/19 Slayer: Still Reigning
06/21 Enter... Zombie King!
06/24 Five Element Kung Fu
06/25 Garden of the Dead
06/26 Sling Blade
06/30 Dawn of the Dead (1978, theatrical cut)

July 2005
07/01 Slayer: Still Reigning
07/01 Rush in Rio
07/01 Strange Brew
07/03 Yongary, Monster from the Deep
07/04 Mind Meld: Secrets Behind the Voyage of a Lifetime
07/04 Star Wars: Ewok Adventures - Caravan of Courage
07/04 Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy (Unrated)
07/05 Destroy All Planets
07/05 Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle ("Extreme" version)
07/06 Warning from Space
07/06 Count Yorga, Vampire
07/07 War of the Monsters
07/07 Ghostbusters
07/07 The Return of Count Yorga
07/08 Dracula's Great Love
07/10 Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy (Unrated) Again...
07/11 Metallica - Live Shit: Binge & Purge (San Diego "Black" show)
07/11 Doctor Who: The Leisure Hive - Episodes 1 & 2
07/12 Doctor Who: The Leisure Hive - Episodes 3 & 4
07/12 Reptilian
07/12 Metallica - Live Shit: Binge & Purge (Seattle "Justice" show)
07/13 Thir13en Ghosts
07/14 Gammera the Invincible
07/15 Doctor Who: The Ribos Operation - Eps.1-4 (Part I of the Key to Time series)
07/17 Doctor Who: The Pirate Planet - Eps.1-4 (Part II of the Key to Time series)
07/18 Primus - Hallucino-Genetics: Live 2004
07/19 Doctor Who: The Stones of Blood - Ep.1 (Part III of the Key to Time series)
07/20 Doctor Who: The Stones of Blood - Ep.2 (Part III of the Key to Time series)
07/22 Star Wars: Ewoks Adventures - The Battle for Endor
07/22 Doctor Who: The Stones of Blood - Ep.3 (Part III of the Key to Time series)
07/23 Doctor Who: The Stones of Blood - Ep.4 (Part III of the Key to Time series)
07/23 Mars Attacks!
07/24 Deathsport
07/24 Doctor Who: The Androids of Tara - Eps.1 & 2 (Part IV of the Key to Time series)
07/25 Doctor Who: The Androids of Tara - Eps.3 & 4 (Part IV of the Key to Time series)
07/26 Brady Bunch: Season Two - The Dropout
07/26 Brady Bunch: Season Two - The Babysitters
07/27 Doctor Who: The Power of Kroll - Ep.1 (Part V of the Key to Time series)
07/28 Doctor Who: The Power of Kroll - Ep.2 (Part V of the Key to Time series)
07/28 Brady Bunch: Season Two - The Slumber Caper
07/29 Brady Bunch: Season Two - The Un-Underground Movie
07/29 Doctor Who: The Power of Kroll - Ep.3 (Part V of the Key to Time series)
07/30 Doctor Who: The Power of Kroll - Ep.4 (Part V of the Key to Time series)
07/31 Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory
07/31 Doctor Who: The Armageddon Factor - Eps.1 & 2 (Part VI of the Key to Time series)

August 2005
08/01 Doctor Who: The Armageddon Factor - Eps.3-6 (Part VI of the Key to Time series)
08/01 Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow
08/04 Brady Bunch: Season Two - Going, Going... Steady
08/04 Brady Bunch: Season Two - Call Me Irresponsible
08/04 Doctor Who: Carnival of Monsters - Ep.1
08/05 Doctor Who: Carnival of Monsters - Ep.2
08/06 Anthrax: Music of Mass Destruction
08/06 Slayer: Still Reigning
08/06 Pink Floyd: Live at Pompeii
08/07 End of the Century: The Story of The Ramones
08/07 The Masque of the Red Death
08/07 Doctor Who: Carnival of Monsters - Eps.3 & 4
08/08 Once Upon a Time in the West
08/08 Mr. Show: Season 1 - The Cry of a Hungry Baby
08/08 Mr. Show: Season 1 - What to Think
08/08 Mr. Show: Season 1 - We Regret to Inform You
08/08 Mr. Show: Season 1 - Who Let You In?
08/09 The Premature Burial
08/11 Tenacious D: The Complete Master Works
08/12 Brady Bunch: Season Two - The Treasure of Sierra Avenue
08/12 Brady Bunch: Season Two - A Fistful of Reasons
08/12 Brady Bunch: Season Two - The Not-So-Ugly Duckling
08/13 Brady Bunch: Season Two - The Tattle-Tale
08/13 Mr. Nice Guy
08/14 Bullitt
08/14 The Mummy (1999)
08/15 Son of Godzilla
08/15 Brady Bunch: Season Two - What Goes Up...
08/15 Brady Bunch: Season Two - Confessions, Confessions
08/15 Brady Bunch: Season Two - The Impractical Joker
08/16 Simpsons: Season Six - Bart of Darkness
08/16 Simpsons: Season Six - Lisa's Rival
08/16 Simpsons: Season Six - Another Simpsons Clip Show
08/16 Simpsons: Season Six - Itchy & Scratchy Land
08/16 Simpsons: Season Six - Sideshow Bob Roberts
08/16 Simpsons: Season Six - Treehouse of Horror V
08/16 Simpsons: Season Six - Bart's Girlfriend
08/16 Brady Bunch: Season Two - Where There's Smoke
08/16 Brady Bunch: Season Two - Will the Real Jan Brady Please Stand Up?
08/16 Brady Bunch: Season Two - The Drummer Boy
08/16 Doctor Who: The Tomb of the Cybermen - Eps.1-2
08/17 Doctor Who: The Tomb of the Cybermen - Eps.3-4
08/17 Simpsons: Season Six - Lisa on Ice
08/17 Simpsons: Season Six - Homer: Bad Man
08/17 Simpsons: Season Six - Grampa vs Sexual Inadequacy
08/17 Simpsons: Season Six - Fear of Flying
08/17 Simpsons: Season Six - Homer the Great
08/17 Sin City
08/18 Simpsons: Season Six - And Maggie Makes Three
08/18 Simpsons: Season Six - Bart's Comet
08/18 Simpsons: Season Six - Homie the Clown
08/18 Simpsons: Season Six - Bart vs Australia
08/18 Simpsons: Season Six - Homer vs Patty and Selma
08/18 Simpsons: Season Six - A Star is Burns
08/18 Simpsons: Season Six - Lisa's Wedding
08/18 Doctor Who: The Dalek Invasion of Earth - Ep.1
08/18 Spasmo
08/19 Simpsons: Season Six - Two Dozen and One Greyhounds
08/19 Simpsons: Season Six - The PTA Disbands
08/19 Simpsons: Season Six - `Round Springfield
08/19 Simpsons: Season Six - The Springfield Connection
08/19 Simpsons: Season Six - Lemon of Troy
08/19 Simpsons: Season Six - Who Shot Mr. Burns? (Part I)
08/20 Doctor Who: The Dalek Invasion of Earth - Ep.2
08/20 Dawn of the Dead (1978, Extended "Cannes" cut with commentary)
08/21 Doctor Who: The Dalek Invasion of Earth - Eps.3-6
08/21 Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events
08/21 Black Sabbath
08/26 Brady Bunch: Season Two - Coming-Out Party
08/26 Brady Bunch: Season Two - Our Son, the Man
08/27 Kung Fu: Season Three - Blood of the Dragon, Parts 1 & 2
08/29 Kung Fu: Season Three - A Small Beheading
08/29 Bruce Lee in New Guinea

September 2005
09/02 The Howling
09/03 Destruction - Live Discharge
09/04 Chopping Mall Killbots freaking rule.
09/04 Kung Fu Zombie If Sam Raimi and Benny Hill made a kung fu movie...
09/05 Shaolin Drunk Monkey
09/05 Young Tiger
09/05 Revenge of the Nerds
09/07 Kung Fu: Season Three - This Valley of Terror
09/09 Brides of Dracula
09/10 Curse of the Werewolf
09/11 Phantom of the Opera (Hammer `62)
09/12 Paranoiac
09/12 Bruce Lee the Invincible
09/13 Evil of Frankenstein
09/14 Kiss of the Vampire
09/15 Kung Fu: Season Three - The Predators
09/15 Six Feet Under: Live with Full Force
09/16 Brady Bunch: Season Two - The Liberation of Marcia Brady
09/16 Overkill - Wrecking Everything
09/18 Rebel Gladiator
09/19 Nightmare
09/21 Night Creatures
09/25 Brady Bunch: Season Two - Lights Out
09/25 Brady Bunch: Season Two - The Winner
09/27 King Boxer
09/27 Kung Fu: Season Three - My Brother, My Executioner
09/27 Kung Fu: Season Three - Cry of the Night Beast
09/28 Kung Fu: Season Three - The Devil's Champion
09/29 Kung Fu: Season Three - Garments of Rage
09/29 Brady Bunch: Season Two - Double Parked
09/30 The Warriors

October 2005
10/01 Kung Fu: Season Three - Besieged: Death on a Cold Mountain
10/01 Kung Fu: Season Three - Besieged: Cannon at the Gates
10/01 Brady Bunch: Season Two - Alice's September Song
10/01 Brady Bunch: Season Two - Tell it Like It Is
10/01 Blood Feast (with commentary)
10/01 Galaxy of Terror
10/03 Kung Fu: Season Three - The Demon God
10/04 Kung Fu: Season Three - The Vanishing Image
10/05 Kung Fu: Season Three - A Lamb to the Slaughter
10/06 Kung Fu: Season Three - Forbidden Kingdom
10/07 Kung Fu: Season Three - One Step to Darkness
10/07 Kung Fu: Season Three - Battle Hymn
10/08 Kung Fu: Season Three - Barbary House
10/08 Kung Fu: Season Three - Flight to Orion
10/09 Kung Fu: Season Three - The Brothers Caine
10/09 Kung Fu: Season Three - Full Circle
10/09 The Evil Dead
10/09 Perfect Blue
10/09 Tron
10/09 Kill Bill, Volume 1
10/09 Apocalypse Now Redux
10/10 Kill Bill, Volume 2
10/11 Evil Dead II
10/12 Kung Fu: Season Three - The Thief of Chendo
10/12 Corner Gas: Season Two - The Brent Effect
10/13 Corner Gas: Season Two - Wedding Card
10/13 Army of Darkness
10/14 Brady Bunch: Season Three - Ghost Town, U.S.A
10/14 Brady Bunch: Season Three - Grand Canyon or Bust
10/14 Brady Bunch: Season Three - The Brady Braves
10/14 Zombie Fulci lives!
10/17 Kung Fu of Tai Kwan Do
10/18 Kung Fu: Season Three - Ambush
10/18 The Dunwich Horror
10/19 Kung Fu: Season Three - The Last Raid
10/19 Corner Gas: Season Two - Smell of Freedom
10/19 Corner Gas: Season Two - Whataphobia
10/20 David Carradine's Shaolin Diary: Back to the Beginning (Kung Fu Season 3 extra)
10/21 Corner Gas: Season Two - Lost and Found
10/21 Corner Gas: Season Two - Poor Brent
10/21 Tobacco Roody
10/21 Zombie Holocaust
10/21 Iron Maiden - Visions of the Beast
10/22 Island of Terror Peter Cushing! This one really needs an R1 release.
10/22 Danger: Diabolik
10/23 Carnival of Souls
10/23 Die Monster Die!
10/24 Bruce Lee, We Miss You
10/26 Horror Hotel
10/26 Island of Terror It was on Drive-In Classics again. Love this movie!
10/28 Corner Gas: Season Two - Mosquito Time
10/28 Burial Ground Peter Bark freaking rules!
10/29 Monster from a Prehistoric Planet (AKA Gappa the Triphibian Monster)
10/29 Brady Bunch: Season Three - The Wheeler-Dealer
10/29 Corner Gas: Season Two - Hurray Hard
10/29 Corner Gas: Season Two - An American in Saskatchewan
10/29 The Fly (Cronenberg `86)
10/30 Giants of Rome
10/30 The Nightmare Before Christmas
10/30 Zombi: Dawn of the Dead (Argento's European Cut)
10/31 Brady Bunch: Season Three - My Sister, Benedict Arnold
10/31 Brady Bunch: Season Three - The Personality Kid

November 2005
11/01 Brady Bunch: Season Three - Juliet is the Sun
11/01 Brady Bunch: Season Three - And Now, A Word From Our Sponsor
11/02 Brady Bunch: Season Three - The Private Ear
11/02 Brady Bunch: Season Three - Her Sister's Shadow
11/03 Brady Bunch: Season Three - Click
11/03 Brady Bunch: Season Three - Getting Davy Jones
11/03 Revenge of the Sith
11/04 Vampyres (with commentary) This commentary is a riot!
11/05 Nightmare City
11/06 Gladiators Seven
11/06 Brady Bunch: Season Three - The Not-So-Rose Colored Glasses
11/06 Brady Bunch: Season Three - The Teeter-Totter Caper
11/06 Brady Bunch: Season Three - Big Little Man
11/06 Corner Gas: Season Two - Pandora's Wine
11/06 Corner Gas: Season Two - Doc Small
11/06 Corner Gas: Season Two - Rock On!
11/06 Corner Gas: Season Two - Air Show
11/08 Brady Bunch: Season Three - Dough Re Mi
11/08 Brady Bunch: Season Three - Jan's Aunt Jenny
11/08 Brady Bunch: Season Three - The Big Bet
11/09 Brady Bunch: Season Three - The Power of the Press
11/09 Brady Bunch: Season Three - Sergeant Emma
11/10 Brady Bunch: Season Three - Cindy Brady, Lady
11/11 Brady Bunch: Season Four - Hawaii Bound
11/11 Brady Bunch: Season Four - Pass the Tabu
11/11 Brady Bunch: Season Four - The Tiki Caves
11/11 House of 1000 Corpses
11/12 Brady Bunch: Season Three - My Fair Opponent
11/12 Brady Bunch: Season Three - The Fender Benders
11/12 Superman
11/12 Slipknot - Disasterpieces
11/12 Lord of the Rings: Return of the King
11/13 Horror of Dracula
11/13 Jurassic Park III
11/16 House by the Cemetery
11/18 City of the Living Dead
11/20 Hell of the Living Dead
11/20 Brady Bunch: Season Four - Today, I Am a Freshman
11/21 Big Fish
11/22 Brady Bunch: Season Four - Cyrano de Brady
11/22 Brady Bunch: Season Four - Fright Night
11/22 Rush - R30 (Concert disc)
11/23 Free Enterprise
11/24 Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
11/26 Brady Bunch: Season Four - The Show Must Go On??
11/26 Brady Bunch: Season Four - Jan, the Only Child
11/29 White Dog
11/30 Elf

December 2005
12/02 Opeth - Lamentations
12/04 The Fickle Finger of Fate
12/04 War of the Worlds (1953)
12/08 Let Sleeping Corpses Lie
12/09 The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie
12/09 Venus in Furs
12/10 Slayer - Still Reigning
12/10 Elf
12/10 Wrong Turn
12/11 Frank Zappa - Baby Snakes
12/12 Brady Bunch: Season Four - Career Fever
12/13 Brady Bunch: Season Four - Goodbye, Alice, Hello
12/14 Scrooged
12/18 Brady Bunch: Season Four - Greg's Triangle
12/18 Brady Bunch: Season Four - Everyone Can't Be George Washington
12/18 Brady Bunch: Season Four - Love and the Older Man
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Scaled on 1 to 5 stars, first viewings are underlined, theatrical screenings are in red.

* vomit stew
** bad film
*** good film
**** excellent film
***** a grand artistic achievement... the 'anti-vomit stew'

JANUARY
  • 1/1 Killing Zoe, ****
    I love this film, and always have. Probably watched it 10 times or more. Got home from a New Years Eve party and just put it in to rock out to the opening titles, and ended up watching the whole thing again. The only reason it doesn't get five stars is that there are maybe two or three very minor stutters in the acting (Zed delivering a line badly to Zoe about not speaking French, him again looking away before firing a gun, etc.), but overall, this is an independant tour de force directorial debut.
  • 1/9 Freaks, *****
    A masterpiece. The climactic end scenes are nothing less than harrowing.
  • 1/13 A Very Long Engagement, *****
    Superb job. The film is a technical ace, and the story is very well crafted. It's an excellent showcase of contrasts; brutal graphic violence and sensuous sexual moments, panoramic views of both the idyllic French countryside and of the horrific trench battlefields. Expert photography abounds. I had a sustained interest in the characters as well, their lives so meticulously intertwined, and of course, our heroine Mathilde's hope and perseverance holding fast throughout the film. And even in the midst of war, there are finely placed, subtle humors which might seem out of place under another director's hands but instead come off very naturally here. Director Jeunet does recycle a few of the devices used in Amelie, but they work here just as well as they did in that movie (mainly, a narrator breaking in briefly to announce certain nuances about various characters' personas, and to reveal timeline juxtapositions). Highly recommended.
  • 1/16 The Key, ***
    Good looking film. Although the story/dialogue left a little to be desired, the general subject matter was enough to keep me in this one. Production value is high and I'm a sucker for women in garters and backseams, thus the three stars.
  • 1/19 The Dead Next Door, ***
    In the first five minutes of this movie, I had pegged it as a shoo-in for a 2 star, or less. However, while the acting is pretty fuckin' bad, as are the production values, well, and the script - ahem - while these things may leave a lot to be desired, the technical aspects of editing and plot aren't too shabby. The story moves along coherently, and there are enough decent plot devices to add dimension to it. This movie was obviously made by genre fans rather than career minded 'filmmakers', so I give them a pass on the acting and cornball production values. They did a great job of telling a good story with minimal production dinero, and they must have had a great time making the movie. It's actually pretty funny, in that bad movie way, and there are constant references to genre icons (the characters being named Raimi, Carpenter, etc.). The crew even had fun with the credits, condemning video pirates to duplication hell, etc. Bruce Campbell is even credited with post-production sound. And hell, any production that thanks Entenmann's Bakery is alright in my book. Recommended for zombie genre fans with a sense of humor and/or a love of shoe-string budget filmmaking.
  • 1/21 Kind Hearts and Coronets, ***1/2 Dry, witty black comedy. Although included in the Anchor Bay set commemorating him, and even though he plays eight roles, Alec Guinness doesn't really get to do much here but die... over and over. While Guinness pulled off a crafty coup with his portrayal of so many characters, it seems slightly misplaced in the set due to the fact that he's not the focus of the film (understandable since this was his first Ealing comedy, which I suppose is reason enough itself to include it in the set). Nonetheless, Dennis Price is right on the mark in the lead, delivering his morbidly humorous lines with a deftness worthy of Guinness himself. So, Given Price's performance, and regardless Guinness' back seat role(s), if you're into early British comedies, especially those on the dark side, definitely check it out.
  • 1/21 Miranda, **1/2 Boring as hell, and tedious. As with The Key, this second film in the Tinto Brass collection is filmed very well, but the story is even less intriguing than The Key. Tinto really knows how to film women, this is a certainty, but he falls off in the plot department.
  • 1/29 Kung Pow!, *** Pretty freakin' funny.
  • 1/29 Thumb Wars, **1/2 Has it's moments, but the whole thumb thing just goes over my head.
  • 1/31 Ray, **** Great movie. I was expecting a little more coverage of the latter day Ray, but I guess the 50s-60s were the heyday, so there ya go. Fucking beautiful film, what with the immaculate old cars and era buildings and period fashions and swank furnishings and all of it... it just looked great. As for the acting, it was right on as well, and not just Foxx. But, speaking of Foxx, I never saw him here, which I thought I would; the guy really is believable as Charles. Damn good job. So, what about the music? Well, what can you say? It speaks for itself, so if you're judging the movie on that, it should get all five stars. The soundtrack just flat out kicks ass, but then, I wouldn't expect any less in that department.

FEBRUARY
  • 2/3 Switchblade Sisters, ***1/2 Great, mildly sleazy flick! It moves along at a good pace and has a good, workable storyline that it sticks to. Fun grungy action and dialogue. Funny as hell to see a young Don Stark too (Donna's dad, Bob, from That 70's Show).
  • 2/12 Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle Unrated Edition, *** Got trapped over at a friends and was forced to watch this movie, which looked horrible to me from the ads for it. Lo and behold, it was actually pretty damned funny. Plus, it was paced and edited well, so not only is it funny, but there's a good flow to it as well. Comparisons to Office Space and Half Baked are inevitable, as the movie certainly does borrow from these and others, but if you're into stoner humor, don't just write this one off because of that; I think it stands up on it's own very well.
  • 2/14 Mark of the Devil, *** Fairly captivating witch trial vehicle which touches on the excesses and desperation to hold onto power of the church and corrupt local authority more than you would expect from a strictly exploitive film. It never delves very deeply into any real inspection of these themes, but I was surprised at how many angles it glanced at them from. The film moves along at a pretty good pace, and although it doesn't quite live up to the legendary billing, the amount of torture and gore is ample. On the negative side, the acting ranges from passable to uninspired, and the soundtrack is pretty damned hideous which took me out of the movie a few times (there is one recurring, creepy string cue though which did work very well).
  • 2/19 Killer Nun, *** Kind of slow but well paced, and the plot is a bit minimal but it does play out like a better giallo. Not the best photography composition, but I did like the look of the movie and it had some interesting scenes.
  • 2/20 Marquis de Sade's Justine, ***1/2 Excellent production, probably the most polished of Franco's works I've seen to date. This is the film I've always wanted from him. Unlike the previous films I've seen of his, this one is edited well, the sets and props are right on, and the photography is beautiful - the movie looks great, moves along quite coherently, and just seems "finished". The supporting cast is terrific, but that brings me to the one drawback in my mind, which was the lead's effort. Romina Power looks perfect for the part (she looks quite delectable), but she's a dead fish when it comes to acting. I didn't hold a lot of sympathy for the character as Power played her. She had all of the innocence down pat but absolutely none of the awakening lust, and as that is a central theme of the source material, Justine's battle between desire and virtue, the part must exhibit both aspects. Had Power done this, the movie would easily have got a 4 star rating from me. A word about the supplements on the Blue Underground dvd; be sure and check out the short interview piece with Franco and producer Harry Alan Towers, "The Perils and Pleasures of Justine", as it was illuminating, and very funny.
  • 2/21 Night Train Murders, *** It took a lonnnng 40 minutes for this one to get kicking. It was plodding dreadfully along until then, but then it started getting all psychosexual and downright brutal. The last half of the movie makes up for the first with lots of in your face, unapologetic action and brutality which, quite frankly, one is more than ready for after the borfest leading up to it. Macha Méril, from Argento's 'Deep Red', puts on a wicked performance, first as a willing rape victim and then as an active instigator of further violence. It's a fairly good looking movie with some very striking imagery.
  • 2/26 THX 1138, ***1/2 This was my first time to see this, and on first run, I felt that the plot and script seemed a bit disjointed, unconnected. Aside from this, I still liked it a lot as the photography, music and sound effects alone are curious and hypnotic. Very interesting, visually captivating movie. As for the updated treatment a la Lucas-Tinkering Inc., there were only two CGI scenes which were so obviously fake as to take me out of it. Fortunately, they're very quick cutaway scenes and don't interrupt the movie too greatly.
  • 2/28 Napoleon Dynamite, *** It seems most people either love or hate this movie. I'm kind of in between. I liked it, but it's not as completely awesome as some wax on about. I thought the ending was extremely unclimactic. It seemed to end in the middle of it all. Still, some pretty funny situations are exhibited. It's at least worth a rental.
  • 2/28 Casshern, *** Beautiful, dark sci-fi fantasy film which I couldn't finish because it was so damned long and it was late and well, the story just went on and on and on and on.... but the visuals are very kickass, hence the three stars.
  • 2/29 Elf, **1/2 It made me laugh. A few times even.
  • 2/29 Shaun of the Dead, *** Just as good the second time around.
  • 2/29 Lady Death, ** Pretty standard Saturday morning cartoon fare, but with some pretty cool backgrounds and graphic violence during the climatic war scenes near the end. Horrible dialogue and voice acting though.

MARCH
  • 3/5 All the Ladies Do It, ***1/2 The third and final film in the Tinto Brass collection is a powerhouse of eroticism. It's a much more lively picture than The Key or Miranda, both in the story and the sexual situations. Best film in the set, and probably the best Brass film I've seen so far.
  • 3/12 Premutos: Lord of the Living Dead, *** Pretty entertaining piece of crap no-budget film. Some decently played period sets (medeival, WWII close combat, etc.). This is really not a 'good film', but it's great for a laugh and gets high marks for the gore factor, hence the three stars. The climactic ending is fucking ridiculous, in a good way.
  • 3/18 Thunderbolt and Lightfoot, **** One of the best buddy flicks from the '70s. Character driven and introspective.
  • 3/19 The Great Escape, ****1/2 Great ensemble cast, great flow, great sets, great photography... simply a great movie.
  • 3/21 Who Done It?, ***1/2 Abbott and Costello murder mystery. Many funny skits, a well designed plot and script, good acting all around and a good pace.
  • 3/25 Pardon My Sarong, *** Some obviously rehashed skits yet Abbott and Costello pull it off naturally and convincingly. Good adventure plot, but it's pretty weird watching honkey island natives and a doo wop band called The Inkspots.
  • 3/27 The Last Temptation of Christ, **** Great casting, excellent production. The soundtrack of course brings it to yet another level altogether. The film is simply mesmerizing.

APRIL
  • 4/3 Freeway (1996), ***1/2 At the same time brutal and funny as hell.
  • 4/6 Sin City, **** Expertly crafted film with a jaw-dropping cast and a whole damned lotta heart.
  • 4/9 The Child, *1/2 A little bitta creepy, a whole lotta crappy. The only reason this doesn't get a one star, vomit-stew rating is because it actually does have a passable pace and the shots are decently framed/composed... for the most part. But the plot is minimal, the action is minimal, and the kills and effects are minimal. Good lookin' Laurel Barnett is wasted on a horrible 'hysteric, can't-do woman' role. I think she just screams and covers her eyes pretty much the second half of the movie. Almost as annoying as the horrible vaudevillian, non-stop crescendo piano score. Crap.
  • 4/10 Grizzly, *** Classic '70s man-against-nature cheese. WARNING; DVD is crap pan & scan. I love these kind of movies, and this one's pretty entertaining, but as with Day of the Animals (watched last year), this poor movie is damned to a pan and scan fate.
  • 4/12 Kagemusha, **** Beautiful film with an engaging story. The production values here really come off vibrantly like a living Japanese scroll painting, with ample military pageantry, vivid colors, and frenzied action.
  • 4/16 Ecstasy (1933), **1/2 Rather boring but technically well shot film. This early German talky suffers from the standard-of-the-day lack of much dialogue but some of the shots are really impressive for 1933. The camera moves quite a bit, especially in one indulgent exterior crane shot. A historical film curiosity in that we get to see a few minutes or so of Hedy Lamarr nekkid swimming in a lake and then running through the woods, as well as her performance of what may be cinema's first orgasm - but all of that can't really make up for the other 85 minutes of tedium in regards to plot. Still, the movie is shot well enough and what story there is comes off coherently enough to be spared a 'bad film' rating.
  • 4/19 Tales of Terror, ***1/2 Nice to see Rathbone here, but this is really Price and Lorres' baby - the middle segment with them is great. Screenplay by Matheson helps the three stories along very nicely.
  • 4/25 Maria Full of Grace, ***1/2 Very well done. Good camerawork and a fine cast tell a wrenching story.

MAY
  • 5/1 The Dreamers, ***1/2 Great looking film and a rather twisted story about siblings and sexual awakening. It moved along well enough, but I think they could have done a little more in the character development department. That said, the story was interesting enough that it still held my attention. And first time actress Eva Green was most luscious indeed.
  • 5/10 Kingdom of Heaven, **** Great looking spectacle, and a well told story too, if only a bit surface deep. The acting was fine, except that I think Orlando played it all too subdued - not sure if he was right for the part. And it was great to see Eva Green (from The Dreamers) again, even though her character was reduced to bystander status after the first half. As with Gladiator, the only real problem I have with Kingdom of Heaven is the MTV style editing during the battle scenes closeups. Sure, there is quite a lot of gore and carnage showing the brutality of war, but Scott's camera is too frenzied to really catch the determination and desperation during the middle of it all. I understand that he's trying to display the frantic pace of battle, and I don't think we should hold on every single shot, but I think there could be a little more balance between the two styles. Anyway, that's what I would do if I were Ridley Scott. Nevertheless, very recommended.
  • 5/14 Kung Pow! ('Book on Tape' audio version), *** Still funny the second time around. All the dialogue and narration in this version is done by one guy in an exagerated monotone voice, which came off pretty damned funny.
  • 5/15 Ed Gein, **1/2 This was not quite as bad as I'd heard it was. I'd say they got most of the, ahem, meat of the story right (although I'd have to do some refresher research to be sure, as it's been several years since I read about Gein). The production value is that of a decent made for tv movie, and the acting and dialogue was believable enough. The editing was fine in that the story was presented in mostly a linear fashion with a few flashbacks that worked well to flesh out Gein's backstory. I think they also did a good job of capturing the feel and look of 1950s rural Wisconsin. The brief archival news footage used for the credit sequences is certainly of interest to Gein-ophiles, and lastly, and maybe most importantly visually speaking anyway, the movie got the gruesome details down correctly. I'd give you examples, but I don't want to possibly spoil anything for you. A word of warning if indeed you are unfamiliar with the case... Eddy Gein was one sick mofo, so don't eat a big meal before watching. Recommended rental.
  • 5/17 House of 1000 Corpses, *** Overall a pretty fun movie with good brutal action and imagery. Twisted folks and twisted humor... works for me.
  • 5/17 The Devil's Rejects, **** This is the feelgood movie of the year - for ruthless outlaws, that is. It's gritty, grimy, ugly, relentless, and just plumb raw as fuck. It indulges greedily in exhibiting brutality for brutality's sake, not for some cheap thrills; there are no 'GOTCHA!' moments here - just a whole lot of blood, guts, and anarchistic abandon. Some of the humor is retained from 'HOTC', but it's not as overt, and this is a much more serious movie.
  • 5/18 Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events, **** Great looking, sinister little story with biting (literally ), dark humor. I was afraid this was going to be another 'Jim Carey Show!', but he did fine and didn't suck up the whole movie. In fact, the kids are very strong characters, and they do very well portraying them. The supporting characters are strong as well, so I was happily surprised by this one.
  • 5/19 Star Wars; Revenge of the Sith, *** This is by far the best movie of the 2nd trilogy, both visually and plot-wise, but Hayden Christensen still just kills it for me; every single line he has takes me right out of the movie, he sucks so bad. The story actually made sense, and each plot point had a purpose, as opposed to the previous two movies, which took meaningless, meandering, aimless steps to get from point A to B. I thought imagery was great, far better than the previous two movies. Palpatine was a right good rat bastard, and Yoda kicked butt. Grievous' fight with Kenobi was pretty cool too. And wookies! RAARRGGHH!!!
  • 5/22 Dreamscape, *** Never saw this 80s gem back in the day. Sure, it's dated, but it's got an interesting premise and it's played out fairly well. And hell, it's got genre workhorse Max Von Sydow going for it... can't go wrong there. It's also good to see Sully from Commando here, being his usual bad self.
  • 5/24 Million Dollar Baby, **** Fucking damn... didn't see that one coming. Great performance from Swank, and Eastwood and Freeman live up to their names. Great direction, solid story, hardcore pull no punches ending.
  • 5/26 High Tension, **** Great job of re-establishing the killer genre. Hard, gritty movie that stands right up there with the hardest from the 70s/80s. In an age of Screams, Valentines, and IKWYDLSs, it's real refreshing to see movies like this being made again. Seeing both this and Devil's Rejects just ten days apart gives me some much needed hope for horror film in general.
  • 5/27 The Last Man on Earth, *** The narration in the first section just about kills this for me. I think it would have played much better had they not tried telling us everything that was happening before our eyes; it would have been much creepier had there been the natural silence that would occur in such a scenario. And the acting in the flashback sequence was just bad. Nonetheless, there is a great visual story here, and Price saves the film, hence the three stars. I think I'll pull a Scorcese and give this one a second spin sometime without the sound.
  • 5/28 The Stendhal Syndrome, **** One of Argento's deepest, most developed movies I've ever seen. An interesting, dynamic plot with a compelling vehicle (the main character's affliction) to move it along. The movie benefits greatly from a very effective Ennio Morricone score.
  • 5/31 Daughter of Dr. Jekyll **1/2 Standard 50s spookum fare, but with decent plot and editing in general. Story is predictable by today's standards, but it still works technically. My main problem with the movie is that it doesn't really know exactly what it wants to be, jumbling several monster lores together; here we have thrown together in one case everything from vampires to werewolves, as well as a little of Jekyll and Hyde to justify the title. Disregard for traditional monster lore aside, the movie did hold my interest throughout. A recommended rental for those into 50s frights.

JUNE
  • 6/4 Alice Cooper - The Nightmare, **** So good to see this TV special again. Great showmanship by the two masters, Cooper and Vincent Price. The sets are pretty lo-tech, but they're still cool as hell, and of course, the music is classic. Price's Black Widow intro is gold.
  • 6/9 Zatoichi 5 - On the Road, ***1/2
  • 6/9 Svengali (1931), ***1/2 John Barrymore is wicked in this, and the rest of the cast are good too. The story moves along nicely and the sets and camerawork are intriguing.
  • 6/11 Pink Floyd Live at Pompeii (original concert), ***** Perfect.
  • 6/11 Pink Floyd Live at Pompeii (Director's Cut), **** I don't mind the new fangled CGI and stock footage so much, but the band interviews cut into the flow. They're great to have, no doubt about it, but it makes the movie come off more as a 'making of' film rather than a feature film. The Dark Side of the Moon session footage is priceless though.
  • 6/12 The Invisible Ghost, **1/2 Lugosi is in good form, and the rest of the cast do quite good as well, but a preposterous script really holds this one back.
  • 6/12 Sunrise, ***** A captivating story with dark forebodings, dismal dread, and renewed hope only to be threatened by precarious turns of fate. Also, there are a few moments of delightful humor throughout. Great camerawork and incredible pace. An amazingly sophisticated example of cinema for 1927.
  • 6/12 Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1920), *** A little stagey and overly dramatic at times, but that was the way things were done back then. As the movie progresses, John Barrymore's perfomance as Hyde gets better and better. The murder scene truly is brutal and stunning.
  • 6/13 The Taking of Pelham One Two Three, **** Walter Matthau and Robert Shaw and the rest are just great in this 70s New York City thriller. Some great period humor (the characters are truely 70s New Yorker personas) and lots of tense action. One of my favorite movies.
  • 6/14 Amityville Horror (2005), ***1/2 Tight flick. I don't understand the hate, other than that it's a remake. I think on it's own it plays pretty damned well. The story flows well, the characterization is good, and the acting is believable.
  • 6/15 Batman Begins, **** Thought this was great. The acting by all was good, and was more realistic than in the previous movies. The story was complex and the scenes were great.
  • 6/16 Bill Hicks Live; One Night Stand ****
  • 6/17 Bill Hicks Live; Relentless, ****
  • 6/18 The Human Monster a.k.a. The Dark Eyes of London, *** Pretty fun little slice of depravity. Not the best movie technically, but the acting is fine and the plot situations are gruesome. Must have been pretty shocking back in '39.
  • 6/19 Night of the Living Dead (1990), *** Pretty good effort, but it just doesn't capture the eeriness of the original. Still, some good scenes and some good laughs.
  • 6/19 Dawn of the Dead (1978), ****
  • 6/19 Day of the Dead, ***1/2
  • 6/20 Night of the Living Dead (1968), ****
  • 6/21 Land of the Dead, **** Great return! My only complaint at all was that it was too short - the end really came up fast, and I was all 'noooo, don't stop now!' The acting was mostly believable by all the cast, and the gore, while not overly abundant, was very satisfying. Much munchings and crunchings, and head blasts and such make Hyde a happy zombie-boy, and Land of the Dead delivers.
  • 6/25 Return of the Living Dead 3, ***1/2 Brian Yuzna and Mindy Clarke... nuff said.
  • 6/26 Return of the Living Dead 2, ***
  • 6/28 House of Wax (2005), ***1/2 Not too shabby. Moves along much better than I expected, and the ending is pretty intense.
  • 6/28 To Hell and Back, **** True story of Texas farmboy making good by storming through Italy, France and Germany during WWII to become the nation's most decorated war hero. Slightly sentimental autobio-pic is well done, showing the camaraderie of war, if not exactly the explicit brutality of it (to be sure, there are plenty of 'bang, you're dead!' moments, but they're not as excessively graphic as something like 'Saving Private Ryan' or 'A Very Long Engagement'). Reminds you how even heroes can have humble beginnings. At only one awkward point did seeing Audie playing himself onscreen feel odd to me, and even then I was alright with it. Good show.
  • 6/29 Hell's Highway: The True Story of Highway Safety Films, ***1/2 Far ranging history of the people who made the films, including some of the more dubious non-traffic related material they were involved with. Very wild seeing archival cameos by Dick York, Sammy Davis, Jr. (pics only), Sonny Bono, and Ronald Reagan among others doing their part to help save us from ourselves.
  • 6/30 Signal 30, *** First short from the Highway Safety Films folks (1959). Gruesome as is to be expected; gets good marks for editing, staying focused on the message, and for the sheer impact of the material. Included on the 'Hell's Highway' DVD.
  • 6/30 Highways Of Agony, ***1/2 Same quality of editing and quantity/level of gore and shock value as 'Signal 30', but with an increase in quality of script, soundtrack and production values in general. Included on the 'Hell's Highway' DVD.
  • 6/30 Option to Live, *** Half of this one is a compilation of scenes from previous Highway Safety Films productions, the narrator summarizing what the producers had attempted to accomplish over the years. The latter half is new material, in the same vein as the two previous entries here. Included on the 'Hell's Highway' DVD.

JULY
  • 7/1 Bill Hicks Live; Revelations, ***1/2
  • 7/4 Comic Book Confidential, **** A true joy to watch for damn near any comic book fan. EC and other old school veterans (William M. Gaines, Al Feldstein, Will Eisner, Harvey Kurtzman, Jack Kirby, etc.), underground icons (Robert Crumb, Gilbert Shelton, Harvey Pekar, Bill Griffith, etc.), and modern day trailblazers (Frank Miller, Jaime Hernandez, Charles Burns, Art Spiegelman, etc.) speak candidly about their craft and it's beginnings, transformations, and future. Any fan of the old horror comics, MAD magazine, Marvel's history, and/or the '80s independent wave should certainly watch this one.
  • 7/5 American Splendor, **** Excellent film; terrific editing, script, directing... crazy yet deftly handled mix of auto-biographical and sometimes on-screen narration by Harvey Pekar himself, and good acting by Paul Giamatti and the rest. Reading or hearing how the film is structured, it may seem that it just wouldn't work, but they pulled it off exceptionally well.
  • 7/6 The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp, ****
  • 7/7 Ossessione, ***** Perfect. Rootless wanderer meets unhappily married babe in this gripping erotic crime noir; the desire and sinister conspiring saturates the screen like so much passion-sweat... and then the plotting begins. Tense, lusty and yet dismally hopeless, this is an exceptionally crafted film with superb photography, pace and direction; highly recommended for fans of film noir. Italian, 1943.
  • 7/8 It's Just a Ride, ***1/2 Informative documentary about Bill Hicks includes spots with his childhood friends, his parents and brother, Jay Leno, David Letterman, Brett Butler, Richard Belzer and other fellow comedians.
  • 7/9 Fitzcarraldo, *****
  • 7/11 Open City, **** Tense drama about a Nazi man-hunt in occupied Rome. Filmed in Rome within weeks of the allied liberation, the movie is a fine example of stark realism. It is full of striking images (Nazis flooding the streets, merciless torture, on the spot unceremonious execution...) and themes (constant surveillance, willing informants, immoral materialism, drug addiction, lesbian seduction...), yet it could be considered tame by today's standards as they are not excessive; the movie is illustrative, not exploitative. Note; Forget the copy on the back of Image's dvd - the print isn't exactly pristine. And worse, the subtitles are very sparse, often condensing dialogue and even leaving you completely hanging during multiple conversation exchanges. Sure, you can get the gist of the movie, but I seriously guesstimate that about half the dialogue is left untranslated. Also, it looks like the torture scene has been edited; there are suspect scene transitions, and there's even an image on the back of the dvd case that isn't to be seen in the film. Very shoddy. I've read online that the VHS doesn't have these problems, so that may be a decent little nugget to hunt down.
  • 7/15 Once Upon a Time in China, ***1/2 Pretty slow going at first, but the story is good and things really pick up in the second half. It is talky, very plot-driven, and even a little preachy so it actually plays more like a straight historical drama than an all out martial arts actioner. Still, there are some fine action sequences here amidst the drama, so it's a fairly well balanced flick. Jet Li fans and fans of martial arts films in general, check it out.
  • 7/17 Layer Cake, **** Very well done crime epic.
  • 7/19 Jeremiah Johnson, ****1/2 Visually stunning film with a liberating central theme. Great therapy for the disaffected city dweller.
  • 7/20 One Day in September, **** Gut-wrenching, blood-chilling documentary about the terrorist hostage crisis and massacre at the '72 Munich Olympics. “If we give in, no Israeli in the world can feel safe. It is blackmail of the worst kind.” - Golda Meir, Israeli Prime Minister '69-'74
  • 7/21 Blind Shaft, **** Gritty, grungy movie about scheming coalminers who subject other miners to fatal accidents. They then pass off these miners as relatives in order to extort under the table insurance payouts from mine bosses who want to keep the accidents secret from the government, for fear of the mine being shut down. Very well done, character driven killer-for-profit scheme movie. Chinese, 2003.
  • 7/27 The Caine Mutiny, **** Great production values and a good story.
  • 7/28 Metropolis (animated, 2001), **** Great attention to visual detail and the story moves along well, unlike many animes.
  • 7/28 Dirty Harry, ***** A real classic - one of the all time best tough cop movies, possibly the best.
  • 7/28 The Taking of Pelham 1-2-3, **** See 6/13 entry above. I never tire of this movie.
  • 7/31 Shane, ***1/2 Pretty good story and action, but a little heavy handed in the sentimentality department; would have got 4 stars had Alan Ladd and the kid not creeped me out so much. Seeing an extremely young and extremely mean Jack Palance makes up for that though.
  • 7/31 The Asphalt Jungle, **** Great John Huston crime noir. The movie really clicks along and the ensemble cast is very impressive.

AUGUST
  • 8/2 Land of the Dead, **** See comments above, 6/21. I think it holds up to the same rating and comments on a second viewing.
  • 8/2 Unleashed, **** Realllly enjoyed this one. Great mix of action (Jet Li RULES) and a dramatic story. Things like this usually get real disjointed, and seem to be two different movies, but it works seemlessly here and the cast is great. I'll be watching this one again.
  • 8/3 DerailRoaded - Inside the Mind of Wild Man Fischer, **** Intimate, often funny, often uncomfortable documentary about unconventional vocalist, Larry Wild Man Fischer. Original interviews with Mark Mothersbaugh (of Devo), Frank Zappa's wife Gail, Barnes and Barnes ('Fishheads'), radio's Dr. Demento, and Fischer himself among others offer great insight into Fischer's erratic history. Various Fischer family members show up as well. Archival footage abounds of Fischer, Frank Zappa, Weird Al Yankovic, and Barnes and Barnes. Caught this at the Dallas Video Festival, and it was a real treat. Highly recommended for fans of the weird..
  • 8/6 The Maltese Falcon, ****1/2 An uncomfortably claustrophobic plot with all characters scheming to outdo the others. Not only John Huston's directorial debut, but film noir's debut as well. Great cast, fine acting by all, perfect pace, excellent photography.
  • 8/7 Lord of the Flies (1963), ****1/2 Microcosm of a slice of society wondefully realized. Tropical island locale provides for excellent, aesthetic contrast in photography.
  • 8/10 Mephisto, ****1/2 Good job of portraying the unsteady motivations of an artist deciding whether to work under Hitler in familiar surroundings or branching out to new environments under unknown conditions. Excellent cast, production and direction.
  • 8/11 Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1956), ****1/2 Don Siegel (Coogan's Bluff, The Beguiled, Dirty Harry), nuff' said... except maybe for a fine cast of worthy character actors, exceptional photographic composition, timing/pace and plot devices. Terrific, captivating film.
  • 8/12 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, ****
  • 8/13 Kung Fu Hustle, ****
  • 8/14 War of the Worlds (2005), ***1/2 Good marks for bunches of dead people and lots of raining blood. F/X are a mixed bag though, with good looking alien machines but poor job on impact gore from the incinerator beams. Pretty good brainless action flick if you don't mind some uninspired character and plot development (which isn't really needed here anyway, what with all the people, buildings, cars and alien ships blowin' up).
  • 8/14 Time After Time, ***1/2 Malcom McDowell and David Warner in 'Jack the Ripper comes to the 20th century' time travel story? I'm there! Nothing exceptionally spectacular here but just a good, tight story well played out.
  • 8/16 Body Heat, ****
  • 8/21 Godzilla; Final Wars, ***1/2 It's great to see the big guy in action again (especially on the big screen) and the monster scenes rock, but the CGI unfortunately looks horrible at times. Furthermore, the soundtrack is pretty weak, which just simply should not be the case in a Godzilla film. Still, it was action packed and had a pretty far reaching plot that didn't fall to pieces. An all out monster bash, worthy of any kaiju fan's time.
  • 8/21 The Girl Next Door, ***1/2 Pretty funny, well plotted, and nice eye candy to boot.
  • 8/23 All Quiet on the Western Front, ****
  • 8/23 Of Mice and Men (1939), ****1/2 Lon Chaney Jr.'s finest moment, and Burgess Meredith shines as well.
  • 8/24 Strangers on a Train, ***** Hitchcock at his best.
  • 8/28 I Confess, **** Was not very impressed with the first half of this one, but Hitchcock eventually pulls it off well in the second half.
  • 8/28 Grizzly Man, **** Werner Herzog's documentary about wildlife activist Tim Treadwell who met his fate at the hands of the bears he swore to protect. Herzog extensively uses Treadwell's own footage which, the viewer knowing up front Treadwell's fate, lends a deep eeriness to the film. Herzog also interviews several of Treadwell's family and friends as well as others who had contact with him. Treadwell was certainly an eccentric character, and it's only natural that the eccentric Herzog would take an interest in his story. An interesting and captivating film.
  • 8/30 The Man Who Wasn't There, ****
  • 8/31 Burden of Dreams, ****1/2 Fascinating glimpse into the making of Werner Herzog's 'Fitzcarraldo'. It is simply incredible that the film was ever made.
  • 8/31 Rock & Rule, ***1/2 The story is fairly simple and the animation is good, but the real good stuff here is the characterization and the music. Included is a gem of a 'making of' featurette, which includes vintage interviews with Lou Reed, Iggy Pop, Debbie Harry and Chris Stein of 'Blondie', Maurice White of 'Earth Wind & Fire', and original soundtrack composer Patricia Cullen. While it is unfortunate that no one from Cheap Trick is present, with everyone else here it's still a great, very welcome look into the music of Rock & Rule.

SEPTEMBER
  • 9/4 Seed of Chucky, ***1/2 Pretty funny, some good kills and... Jennifer Tilly.
  • 9/7 Dirty Pretty Things, **** Very well done, macabre little drama/thriller... and it's always nice to see Audrey Tautou as well.
  • 9/15 Raging Bull, ****1/2
  • 9/16 Harold and Maude, ****
  • 9/17 Notorious, ****1/2
  • 9/20 Black and White in Color, ****
  • 9/21 The Sky Above, The Mud Below, ***1/2
  • 9/24 12 Angry Men, *** Technically sound film with excellent photography and direction, and superb acting from some of the finest character actors of the day. Unfortunately, the story is utter crap.
  • 9/26 Requiem for a Dream, *****
  • 9/28 The Treasure of the Sierra Madre, *****
  • 9/28 Casablanca, *****
  • 9/29 All The King's Men, ****
  • 9/30 We Were Soldiers, ****

OCTOBER
  • 10/3 Sword of Doom, ***1/2
  • 10/4 Black Angel, ***1/2 Quaint little crime noir. A bit sappy at times, but it works here. If for nothing else, check it out for Peter Lorre, but the two leads, Dan Duryea and June Vincent, are good as well.
  • 10/7 The Apartment, ****
  • 10/19 The Fearless Freaks, **** Documentary covering the history of Oklahoma punk/garage band turned alternative darlings, The Flaming Lips. Vintage, essential footage plus intimate interviews makes this a must have for fans.
  • 10/20 WIZARDS, (Ralph Bakshi's) *****
  • 10/28 Airplane! **** Pure genius. An absolute classic.
  • 10/29 Night of the Hunter, **** Great, sinister little flick. Robert Mitchum is terrific as the serial rapist/murderer/con-man in preacher's clothing. The rest of the cast do good as well, from a young Shelley Winters to elderly cinema legend, Lillian Gish, to the children who play the young brother and sister that Robert preys upon. Good to see a young Peter Graves here as well, if only briefly. Fine direction by Charles Laughton as well as cinematogrphy by Stanley Cortez (The Naked Kiss, Shock Corridor).
  • 10/30 Cutie Honey (live action), ***1/2 Full of some pretty cool action sequences and goofy humor. Does a great job of bringing several aspects of anime to live action. I was pleasantly surprised.
  • 10/31 Dead and Breakfast, ***

NOVEMBER
  • 11/2 Twelve O'Clock High, ****
  • 11/3 Constantine, ***1/2 Really not that horrible. No, Reaves is not the real John Constantine of Hellblazer comics, but the movie around him is very good looking, and the story is coherent and captivating enough.
  • 11/4 The Big Clock, ***1/2 Nice murder mystery noir from '48. Elsa Lanchester and Charles Laughton serve up good supporting roles to Ray Milland's excellent lead. Also, nice to briefly see Noel Neill here, Lois Lane from the 'Adventures of Superman' TV series.
  • 11/6 Unpublished Story, ***1/2 Wartime espionage film (1942) about a pair of London journalists uncovering a group of influencial pacifists who've been infiltrated by Nazis. Very interesting in that the film portrays events that were occurring at the time in which it was made (London bombings, Nazi fifth columnists, etc.). Obviously a bit of British propaganda in it's own right, the film regardlessly stands on it's own as a good example of British film. The movie is ably directed and well shot (minus a few bad f/x moments), and both traditional British humor and Churchillian resolve in the midst of daunting circumstances are on ample display here.
  • 11/8 The Black Pirate, **** Insane filmmaking. Great action flick from 1926, and in Technicolor no less. Douglas Fairbanks' physical antics alone are worth watching, but then there is also the exceptional physical direction of numerous scenes simultaneously involving several cast members at once. A fine accomplishment.
  • 11/13 Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (2005), ***1/2
  • 11/21 White Heat, ***1/2 Classic James Cagney crime flick, with Jimmy returning in fine form to his staple genre after a bit of a hiatus.
  • 11/22 High Noon, **** Excellent pace and direction. Although there is no action until the last two minutes or so of the film, the time spent leading up to it is a tense pot-poiler.
  • 11/22 My Darling Clementine, *** Cinematically, technically sound film, but most of the time is spent on Doc Holiday's problematic love triangle and his self-loathing rather than Wyatt Earp's quest for vengeance against his brother's killers. I have no problem with 'nothing happening' until the end (case in point, 'High Noon'), but the central theme of the vengeance story is treated more like a side-plot here. The dvd case has an Ebert quote that this is John Ford's greatest western? I call bullshit on that one.
  • 11/22 Gunga Din, ***1/2 Great buddy adventure story/comedy. I loved this as a kid, and it holds up very well today.
  • 11/25 A Special Day, *** A bit too claustrophobic for me, taking place in one setting between two depressing characters in Nazi occupied Italy, but we do get two good performances out of foreign screen legends Sophia Loren and Marcello Mastroianni. Also nice to see Animal House's John Vernon in a small part (it was high cinematic crime though that his highly distinctive voice was dubbed). Viewer beware; the Jet Films dvd is a pretty bad VHS port, with horrible audio and even a tracking glitch at one point where a wide bar of white noise briefly washes over the screen.
  • 11/30 Tokyo Godfathers, ***1/2 Excellent backgrounds and character animation. Story was well done too, with all the main characters having more depth and dimension than in your standard anime fare.
  • 11/30 Get Out Your Handkerchiefs, ***

DECEMBER
  • 12/3 Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, ****
  • 12/3 Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, ***1/2
  • 12/6 The Manchurian Candidate (1962), ****
  • 12/14 Heartbreak Ridge, ***
  • 12/23 The Life of Emile Zola, **** Fiercely independant writer fights censorship and exposes institutional corruption and conspiracy in pre-WWI France at the risk of his own freedom. The acting and script are very well done, even if the movie does get a little sentimental and preachy near the end.
  • 12/26 The Man Who Would Be King, ****
  • 12/27 The Last Picture Show, **** This is one wicked little film about some Texans in the '50s with too damned much time on their hands. Wanna talk Desperate Housewives? ABC ain't got nothin' on this 'cept maybe for that murder business. This is high-brow sleaze noir, with excellent pacing and photography which perfectly complements the daunting monotony of the endless, flat, west Texas landscape; cast is full of unknown folks and Hollywood greenhorns who would later go on to lead notable careers in film - lots of fun picking them out along the way.

T.V. sets completed in 2005
The Outer Limits, Original Series Season One; Excellent.
SCTV; 1st season, vol. 2... so good.
Prime Suspect, 1; Very well done.
Prime Suspect, 2; As above, well done again.
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Films Watched in 2005

First time viewings are in bold, followed by the year of release and a star rating out of 5. Short films will be distinguished by a + sign. I'll also be including documentaries of a substantial length and will note when a film is watched with the commentary.

January:
01/05 - Donnie Darko (2001) - *****
01/08 - The Matrix (1999) - ***
01/10 - The Matrix (1999) w/ "Philosophers" commentary - ***
01/11 - The Matrix Reloaded (2003) - ***
01/12 - The Matrix Revolutions (2003) - ***
01/13 - The Matrix Reloaded (2003) w/ "Philosophers" commentary - ***
01/14 - The Matrix Revolutions (2003) w/ "Philosophers" commentary - ***
01/24 - The Fifth Element (1997) - ****
01/26 - Eyes Without a Face (1960) - ***˝
01/26 + Blood of the Beasts (1949) - ***˝
01/27 - The Manchurian Candidate (1962) - ****
01/30 - The Manchurian Candidate (1962) w/ commentary - ****
01/31 + Night and Fog (1955) - ***˝

February:
02/01 - Hotel Rwanda (2004) - ****
02/03 - Opera (1987) - **** - Perhaps Argento's best shot film, but the poor plotting knocks it down a bit.
02/06 - Short Night of Glass Dolls (1971) - ***
02/07 + Un Chien Andalou (1929) - ****˝
02/07 + Un Chien Andalou (1929) w/ commentary - ****˝
02/08 - The Perfume of the Lady in Black - ****
02/08 - The Killer Must Kill Again (1975) - ***˝
02/09 - The Killer Must Kill Again (1975) w/ commentary - ***˝
02/14 - L'Age d'Or (1930) - ***˝
02/15 - La Commare Secca (1962) - ***˝
02/18 - Hitch (2005) - **˝
02/22 - Death Laid an Egg (1968) - ***
02/28 - The Shawshank Redemption (1994) - ****

March:
03/01 - Collateral (2004) - ***˝
03/01 - THX 1138: The Director's Cut (1971) - ****
03/01 - Kanal (1957) - ***
03/01 - The Shawshank Redemption (1994) w/ commentary - ****
03/02 + Une Histoire d'Eau (1961) - **˝
03/03 + All the Boys Are Called Patrick (1959) - ****
03/06 - Play Misty for Me (1971) - ***˝ - Poor Clint.
03/12 - Dirty Harry (1971) - ***
03/15 - Pink Floyd: Live at Pompeii - Director's Cut (1972) - **** - The music is great. The random CGI isn't.
03/30 - Don't Torture a Duckling (1972) - ***

April:
04/02 - Sin City (2005) - ****˝
04/04 - The Phantom of Liberty (1974) - ***˝
04/05 - Night Train Murders (1975) - ***
04/05 - A Fish Called Wanda (1988) - ****
04/06 - The Bird People in China (1998) - ***˝ - "What the fuck! I saw that!"
04/08 - The Messenger: The Story of Joan of Arc (1999) - ***
04/10 - Tora! Tora! Tora! (1970) - ***
04/12 - The Bird People in China (1998) w/ commentary - ***˝
04/12 - Memories of Murder (2003) - ****˝
04/13 - Dead or Alive 2 (2000) - **** - Miike's best?
04/15 - Matango (1963) - ***˝ - The last 20 minutes are awesome.
04/27 - That '70s Show - Season Two (1999-2000) - **** - The last few episodes are a little weak.
04/30 - The Amityville Horror (2005) - **

May:
05/02 - City of God (2002) - ****
05/03 - Apocalypse Now (1979) - ****˝
05/07 - Divorce Italian Style (1961) - ****
05/09 - Simon of the Desert (1965) - ***
05/10 - The Hustler (1961) - ***˝
05/10 - The Sword of Doom (1966) - ****˝ - [Keanu]Whoa[/Keanu]
05/10 - The Killing Fields (1984) - ****
05/12 - The Strange Vice of Mrs. Wardh (1971) - ****˝ - One of the greatest gialli I've seen.
05/15 - Your Vice Is a Locked Door and Only I Have the Key (1972) - *** - Rassimov ex machina.
05/18 - Platoon (1986) - ***˝
05/18 - Tristana (1970) - ****
05/19 - The Exterminating Angel (1962) - ***˝
05/23 - Haute Tension (2003) - **** - God damn, the title doesn't lie.
05/26 - Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith (2005) - ***
05/30 - Venus in Furs (1967) - ***˝

June:
06/02 - Madagascar (2005) - *** - Could've used more of the penguins and less of the ebonics.
06/05 - Suspiria (1977) - *****
06/06 - The Mansion of Madness (1972) - ***
06/06 - The Beyond (1981) - ****˝
06/11 - High Tension (2003) - ***˝ - They actually worked French dialogue in fairly well.
06/28 - Garden State (2004) - ****˝
06/29 - War of the Worlds (2005) - ****
06/30 - The Rules of Attraction (2002) - ****
06/30 - American Psycho (2000) - ****˝

July:
07/03 - War of the Worlds (2005) - ***˝
07/05 - Sisters (1973) - ***˝ - Great closing half hour.
07/07 - Baraka (1992) - ***˝
07/08 - The Strange Vice of Mrs. Wardh (1971) - ****
07/11 - The Man with a Movie Camera (1929) - ***
07/12 + Two Men and a Wardrobe (1958) - ***˝
07/12 + Crazy Glue (1998) - ***˝
07/13 + Black Rider (1993) - ***˝
07/13 + The Moon and the Son (2005) - **
07/14 - Seven Chances (1925) - **
07/14 + Lipstick (1999) - ***
07/14 + Helicopter (2000) - ****
07/14 - I Shot Andy Warhol (1996) - **
07/16 - Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (2005) - ***˝
07/18 + In the Street (1948) - **˝
07/18 + The Alphabet (1968) - ****
07/18 + How They Get There (1997) - ***
07/19 - American Beauty (1999) - ****˝
07/24 - March of the Penguins (2005) - ***
07/24 - Rules of Attraction (2002) - ****
07/25 + Five Feet High and Rising (2000) - ****
07/27 + Spandex: A Father's Tale (2005) - **˝
07/28 - That Obscure Object of Desire (1977) - ****˝
07/29 - 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968) - ****
07/29 - The Island (2005) - ***
07/30 - I Heart Huckabees (2004) - ***˝

August:
08/04 - Mad Hot Ballroom (2005) - ** - Only worth watching to see some extremely awkward moments.
08/06 - Mulholland Dr. (2001) - ****
08/06 - The Short Films of David Lynch (2002) - **˝
08/09 - Jules and Jim (1962) - **˝ - Disappointing.
08/11 - Downfall (2004) - ****
08/13 + Les Mistons (1958) - ***˝
08/13 - Altered States (1980) - ***˝
08/15 - Million Dollar Baby (2004) - ***
08/17 - Microcosmos (1996) - ****
08/18 - Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981) - ****
08/28 - The Big Lebowski (1998) - ***˝
08/29 - Up in Smoke (1978) - ***˝
08/30 - Winged Migration (2001) - ***
08/30 - Wayne's World 2 (1993) - ****
08/31 - The 40 Year Old Virgin (2005) - ***˝

September:
09/01 - By Brakhage: An Anthology (2003) - ****
09/10 - Au Hasard Balthazar (1966) - **˝ - Missed opportunity.
09/20 - Crazed Fruit (1956) - ***

October:
10/20 - Primer (2003) - ***
10/22 - Wages of Fear (1953) - ****
10/23 - The Doors (1991) - **˝
10/24 - Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle (2004) - ***
10/25 - Case of the Scorpion's Tail (1971) - ***˝
10/26 - Schizoid (1971) - ****

November:
11/01 - Baron Blood (1962) - **˝
11/02 - Fanny and Alexander (1982) - ***˝
11/03 - Fanny and Alexander (1982) w/ commentary - ***˝
11/04 - Jarhead (2005) - *** - A little disappointing.
11/07 - The Bride Wore Black (1968) - ***˝
11/10 - A Short Film About Killing (1988) - ***
11/15 - Piranha (1978) - ***˝ - Hilarious.
11/17 - Le Samouraď (1967) - ****
11/19 - Cannibal Holocaust (1980) - ****
11/20 - Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (2005) - ***
11/24 - Malpertuis (1973) - ***
11/24 - Walk the Line (2005) - **** - A very pleasant surprise.

December:
12/03 - That '70s Show - Season Three (2000-2001) - ****
12/03 - The Bird with the Crystal Plumage (1969) - ****
12/05 - The Bird with the Crystal Plumage (1969) w/ commentary - ****
12/06 - Partner (1968) - ***
12/11 - Lone Wolf and Cub: Sword of Vengeance (1972) - ***
12/12 - Piranha (1978) w/ commentary - ***˝
12/17 - Pickpocket (1959) - ***˝ - Interesting views on morality.
12/18 - Pickpocket (1959) w/ commentary - ***˝
12/18 - King Kong (1933) - **** - This really is damn good.
12/19 - King Kong (2005) - ****˝ - I'm not going to pretend this didn't kick my ass.
12/22 - Oldboy (2003) - ****˝
12/27 - Amores Perros (2000) - ****˝

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Films Watched in 2005

First time viewings are in bold, followed by the year of release and a star rating out of 5.

January:
01/01 - Reefer Madness (1938) - ***
01/02 - The Wild Angels (1966) - *** ˝
01/02 - Naqoyqatsi (2002) - ****
01/03 - My Bloody Valentine (1981) - ****
01/03 - Darkness (2004) - *
01/04 - The Dog Who Stopped the War (1984) - ****
01/04 - The Dog Who Stopped the War (1984) - **** ˝
01/05 - The Life Aquatic With Steve Zissou (2004) - ****
01/06 - The Grudge (2004) - ** ˝
01/06 - Finding Neverland (2004) - ****
01/06 - The Party Animal (1984) - ***
01/09 - Zombie (1979) w/ commentary - **** ˝
01/09 - Splatter University (1984) - **
01/10 - Dawn of the Dead (2004) - *** ˝
01/12 - Million Dollar Baby (2004) - **** ˝
01/13 - The Assassination of Richard Nixon (2004) - ****
01/13 - Dawn of the Dead (2004) w/ commentary - *** ˝
01/14 - In Good Company (2005) - ** ˝
01/14 - Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle (2004) - ** ˝
01/15 - Ray (2004) - *** ˝
01/15 - Summer School (1987) - *** ˝
01/15 - Weekend at Bernie's II (1993) - ** ˝
01/16 - Ginger Snaps III: The Beginning (2004) - ** ˝
01/17 - Ginger Snaps III: The Beginning (2004) w/ commentary - ** ˝
01/18 - Hotel Rwanda (2004) - *** ˝
01/19 - Assault on Precinct 13 (2005) - ****
01/20 - Eyes of Laura Mars (1978) - ***
01/21 - The Woodsman (2004) - **** ˝
01/22 - Eyes of Laura Mars (1978) w/ commentary - ***
01/22 - Oldboy (2004) - ***
01/23 - The Tenant (1976) - **** ˝
01/27 - Cul-de-sac (1966) - ***
01/29 - Gidget (1959) - ***
01/29 - The Last Detail (1973) - ****
01/29 - The Parallax View (1974) - *** ˝
01/31 - Dead Ringers (1988) - ****

February:
02/02 - Crash (1996) - ****
02/03 - Alone in the Dark (2005) - *
02/04 - Hide and Seek (2005) - **
02/05 - Meat (1976) - **** ˝
02/05 - Dead Ringers (1988) w/ commentary - ****
02/06 - Martin (1976) - **** ˝
02/06 - Europa (1991) - **
02/13 - Martin (1976) w/ commentary - **** ˝
02/13 - Saw (2004) - * ˝
02/13 - Saw (2004) w/ commentary - * ˝
02/14 - Boxcar Bertha (1972) - ***
02/14 - The Hunger (1983) - *** ˝
02/15 - New York, New York (1977) - ****
02/17 - Schizoid (1971) - ****
02/17 - Lizard in a Woman's Skin (1971) - **** ˝
02/18 - Constantine (2005) - * ˝
02/19 - Schlock (1973) - ***
02/20 - Candyman (1992) - *** ˝
02/20 - Village of the Damned (1995) - *** ˝
02/20 - Boogeyman (2005) - ** ˝
02/20 - The Rules of Attraction (2002) - *****
02/20 - Y Tu Mama Tambien (2001) - ****
02/21 - Linnea Quigley's Horror Workout (1990) - *** ˝
02/21 - Au Hasard Balthazar (1966) - ****
02/23 - Sleeper (1973) - **** ˝
02/23 - The Fog of War (2003) - ****
02/24 - Stardust Memories (1980) - *** ˝
02/25 - Cursed (2005) - **
02/26 - Radio Days (1987) - ***
02/26 - Boogie Nights (1997) - *****
02/27 - Love and Death (1975) - ****

March:
03/05 - 1900 (1976) - ****
03/09 - I ♥ Huckabees (2004) - ***
03/10 - The Conversation (1974) - **** ˝
03/10 - Dawn of the Dead (1978) - *****
03/10 - Return of the Living Dead (1985) - ****
03/11 - The Punisher (2004) - ** ˝
03/12 - Exorcist: The Beginning (2004) - **
03/12 - Exorcist: The Beginning (2004) w/ commentary - **
03/12 - Venus in Furs (1969) - ***
03/13 - Happy Birthday to Me (1981) - ****
03/14 - Interiors (1978) - **** ˝
03/14 - Husbands and Wives (1992) - *** ˝
03/15 - The Fury (1978) - ***
03/16 - Obsession (1976) - ***
03/18 - The Ring Two (2005) - ** ˝
03/19 - Lemon Popsicle (1978) - **
03/19 - The Karate Kid (1984) - ***
03/19 - Snake Eyes (1998) - ****
03/20 - Greetings (1968) - ***
03/22 - Citizen Kane (1941) - ****
03/23 - Hi, Mom! (1970) - ****
03/23 - Village of the Damned (1960) - **** ˝
03/24 - Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1956) - ***
03/25 - Meatballs 4 (1992) - *****
03/28 - Cat People (1942) - ****
03/28 - Primer (2004) - * ˝
03/29 - After Dark, My Sweet (1990) - *** ˝
03/30 - Starman (1984) - ****

April:
04/01 - Sin City (2005) - ****
04/02 - Sin City (2005) - ****
04/04 - Body Bags (1993) - ***
04/09 - The Upside of Anger (2005) - **** ˝
04/12 - Kolya (1996) - *** ˝
04/13 - Melinda and Melinda (2005) - ***
04/13 - Inside Deep Throat (2005) - ****
04/14 - The Amityville Horror (1979) - ***
04/14 - The Corpse Eaters (1974) - ****
04/15 - The Amityville Horror (2005) - **** ˝
04/15 - Shivers (1975) - **** ˝
04/16 - Hair High (2004) - *** ˝
04/17 - Cherry 2000 (1987) - ***
04/19 - The Amityville Horror (1979) w/ commentary - ***
04/20 - Airplane! (1980) - ****
04/20 - Junior (1984) - *
04/21 - Amityville II: The Possession (1982) - **
04/24 - Indian Summer (1993) - ***
04/25 - Malibu Beach (1978) - ****
04/26 - Hollywood High (1976) - ˝
04/26 - Preppies (1982) - *
04/30 - Amityville 3-D (1983) - * ˝

May:
05/01 - F For Fake (1974) - *** ˝
05/02 - L'Avventura (1960) - **** ˝
05/02 - L'Avventura (1960) w/ commentary - **** ˝
05/02 - L'Eclisse (1962) - **** ˝
05/03 - L'Eclisse (1962) w/ commentary - **** ˝
05/03 - The Passenger (1975) - *** ˝
05/04 - The Wolf Man (1941) - ****
05/04 - House of Wax (2005) - ***
05/05 - School Spirit (1985) - ***
05/05 - Creature From the Black Lagoon (1954) - ****
05/06 - Carnival of Souls (1962) - **** ˝
05/06 - Carnival of Souls (1962) w/ commentary - **** ˝
05/06 - Children of the Damned (1963) - ** ˝
05/07 - The Conformist (1970) - ****
05/07 - Flying (1986) - ****
05/08 - American Nightmare (1983) - ***
05/08 - The Mask (1961) - ***
05/10 - Crash (2005) - ****
05/13 - La Notte (1961) - ***
05/14 - Assault on Precinct 13 (2005) - ****
05/14 - Assault on Precinct 13 (2005) w/ commentary - ****
05/15 - Zabriskie Point (1970) - **** ˝
05/16 - sex, lies and videotape (1989) - ***
05/17 - The Pit (1981) - *** ˝
05/18 - Red Desert (1964) - ****
05/19 - Le Amiche (1955) - ****
05/19 - Star Wars - Episode III: Revenge of the Sith (2005) - *** ˝
05/20 - Twitch of the Death Nerve (1971) - ****
05/23 - The Bicycle Thief (1948) - ****
05/23 - I Walked With a Zombie (1943) - ***
05/24 - Il Grido (1957) - **
05/25 - Oliver's Story (1978) - * ˝
05/26 - Sorcerer (1977) - ****
05/26 - The Wages of Fear (1953) - *** ˝
05/27 - The Longest Yard (2005) - ** ˝
05/28 - The Van (1977) - ***
05/29 - Madagascar (2005) - ** ˝
05/29 - Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory (1971) - ***
05/30 - Reds (1981) - *** ˝
05/30 - Humongous (1982) - ** ˝
05/31 - Lock Up (1989) - ****
05/31 - Lethal Weapon (1987) - ****

June:
06/01 - Pin (1988) - ****
06/03 - Working Girl (1988) - ** ˝
06/04 - Deadly Blessing (1981) - *** ˝
06/05 - Garden of the Dead (1974) - **
06/05 - The Hills Have Eyes Part II (1985) - * ˝
06/06 - The Day of the Dolphin (1973) - *** ˝
06/08 - The Postman Always Rings Twice (1981) - *** ˝
06/08 - The Postman Always Rings Twice (1946) - *** ˝
06/09 - Out For Justice (1991) - **** ˝
06/10 - Above the Law (1988) - ***
06/10 - The Jacket (2004) - **
06/11 - Hard to Kill (1990) - ** ˝
06/12 - Mr. & Mrs. Smith (2005) - ***
06/12 - Haute Tension (2003) - ****
06/13 - Kansas City Bomber (1972) - **
06/13 - Shocker (1989) - * ˝
06/14 - Seed of Chucky (2004) - ****
06/14 - Seed of Chucky (2004) w/ Tilly commentary - ****
06/15 - Seed of Chucky (2004) w/ Gardner commentary - ****
06/15 - The Mutilator (1985) - * ˝
06/16 - The Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz (1974) - ** ˝
06/17 - Batman Begins (2005) - *** ˝
06/18 - Hitch (2005) - *** ˝
06/19 - La Grande Bouffe (1972) - ** ˝
06/19 - Erotic Nights of the Living Dead (1980) - * ˝
06/20 - The Locals (2003) - ˝
06/21 - The Rain People (1969) - **** ˝
06/24 - Land of the Dead (2005) - ****
06/25 - Palindromes (2004) - **** ˝
06/27 - They All Laughed (1981) - ****
06/27 - Happiness (1998) - ****
06/29 - War of the Worlds (2005) - ***
06/30 - Storytelling (2001) - *** ˝

July:
07/01 - The Case of the Scorpion's Tail (1971) - ****
07/01 - Ghoulies Go To College (1990) - ****
07/02 - The Strange Vice of Mrs. Wardh (1971) - *** ˝
07/03 - The Shape of Things (2003) - **** ˝
07/04 - One-Eyed Jacks (1961) - *** ˝
07/04 - A Decade Under the Influence (2003) - ****
07/05 - Danger: Diabolik (1968) - ***
07/05 - Danger: Diabolik (1968) w/ commentary - ***
07/06 - All the Colors of the Dark (1972) - *** ˝
07/06 - Over the Top (1987) - **
07/11 - Seven Blood Stained Orchids (1972) - ***
07/13 - Casablanca (1942) - ****
07/14 - Return to the Blue Lagoon (1992) - * ˝
07/15 - Undertow (2004) - ****
07/15 - Django (1966) - *** ˝
07/15 - Ice Princess (2005) - ***
07/16 - All the Real Girls (2003) - **** ˝
07/16 - Keoma (1976) - ****
07/17 - Heart of America (2003) -
07/17 - Mannaja (1977) - ****
07/18 - Teaching Mrs. Tingle (1999) - ***
07/18 - Urban Legend (1998) - *** ˝
07/19 - A Dirty Shame (2004) - **
07/20 - Wedding Crashers (2005) - ***
07/20 - Risky Business (1983) - ****
07/21 - Hostage (2005) - * ˝
07/22 - My Dear Killer (1971) - *** ˝
07/22 - The Devil's Rejects (2005) - ˝
07/24 - The Hebrew Hammer (2003) - * ˝
07/25 - Gossip (2000) - ** ˝
07/26 - Stewie Griffin: The Untold Story (2005) - ***
07/27 - Troll 2 (1992) -
07/28 - Blow-up (1965) - *****
07/29 - First Daughter (2004) - **
07/30 - Alexander (2004) - **** ˝
07/30 - JFK (1991) - **** ˝
07/31 - I Vampiri (1957) - *** ˝

August:
08/01 - American Psycho (2000) - ****
08/03 - Meatballs (1979) - **
08/06 - The Island (2005) - ** ˝
08/06 - Death Walks at Midnight (1972) - ***
08/07 - A Black Veil For Lisa (1968) - ***
08/07 - Word Wars (2004) - *** ˝
08/09 - Me and You and Everyone We Know (2005) - **** ˝
08/09 - She's Gotta Have It (1986) - ****
08/09 - Broken Flowers (2005) - ***
08/10 - Ladybugs (1992) - ****
08/11 - Fire and Ice (1983) - ***
08/12 - Fire and Ice (1983) w/ commentary - ***
08/15 - The Pom Pom Girls (1976) - ***
08/16 - At Long Last Love (1975) - ****
08/17 - The Pit (1981) - *** ˝
08/18 - Story of a Love Affair (1950) - ****
08/19 - The 40-Year-Old Virgin (2005) - ****
08/21 - Red Eye (2005) - *** ˝
08/29 - Howling II: Your Sister Is a Werewolf (1986) -
08/31 - California Split (1974) - **** ˝

September:
09/02 - The Transporter 2 (2005) - ***
09/02 - Swamp Thing (1982) - **
09/04 - Throne of Blood (1957) - ****
09/05 - Troll 2 (1992) -
09/08 - The Constant Gardner (2005) - ***
09/09 - Last Days (2005) - *****
09/16 - Cry_Wolf (2005) - * ˝
09/16 - The Pirate Movie (1982) - *** ˝
09/17 - Your Vice is a Locked Room and Only I Have the Key (1972) - ****
09/17 - Dolls (1987) - ** ˝
09/17 - Dolls (1987) w/ Gordon commentary - ** ˝
09/17 - Dolls (1987) w/ cast commentary - ** ˝
09/18 - The Circus (1928) - **** ˝
09/19 - Crumb (1994) - ****
09/20 - The Big Alligator River (1979) - *
09/23 - Severed (2005) - *
09/25 - Tombs of the Blind Dead (1971) - *** ˝
09/27 - Return of the Evil Dead (1973) - *** ˝
09/27 - Visions of Light (1992) - ****
09/28 - The Ghost Galleon (1975) - **
09/30 - A History of Violence (2005) - **** ˝

October:
10/02 - Proof (2005) - **** ˝
10/04 - Night of the Seagulls (1976) - * ˝
10/10 - The Amityville Horror (2005) w/ commentary - ****
10/10 - High Tension (2005) - *****
10/11 - Lost in La Mancha (2003) - ****
10/11 - Night of the Lepus (1972) - ** ˝
10/12 - The Amityville Horror (2005) - ****
10/13 - Dracula A.D. 1972 (1972) - *** ˝
10/14 - Domino (2005) - **
10/18 - Valley Girl (1983) - ***
10/18 - Camille (1936) - *** ˝
10/21 - North Country (2005) - ****
10/21 - House of Wax (2005) - ** ˝
10/29 - Strip Nude For Your Killer (1975) - ****
10/29 - Season of the Witch (1973) - **** ˝
10/31 - Halloween (1978) - *****

November:
11/04 - Jarhead (2005) - ** ˝
11/07 - Annie Hall (1977) - *****
11/08 - The Bird With the Crystal Plumage (1970) - **** ˝
11/11 - Good Night, and Good Luck. (2005) - *** ˝
11/14 - The Bird With the Crystal Plumage (1970) w/ commentary - **** ˝
11/15 - Shake Hands with the Devil (2004) - *** ˝
11/15 - Girls Nite Out (1982) - ** ˝
11/17 - Cool September (1961) - *** ˝
11/17 - Killing Zoe (1994) - **
11/18 - Just Before Dawn (1981) - *** ˝
11/19 - Just Before Dawn (1981) w/ commentary - *** ˝
11/19 - Jenifer (2005) - ****
11/21 - The Candy Snatchers (1973) - **
11/25 - The Terminator (1984) - *****
11/26 - Through a Glass Darkly (1961) - ****
11/26 - Winter Light (1962) - ****
11/26 - The Silence (1963) - *** ˝
11/28 - The Grim Reaper (1960) - ****
11/28 - Mamma Roma (1962) - **** ˝
11/28 - Seven Deaths in the Cat's Eye (1973) - ** ˝
11/29 - Partner (1968) - ***
11/30 - Troll 2 (1992) -

December:
12/03 - Just Friends (2005) - ***
12/05 - The Warriors (1979) - *** ˝
12/06 - The White Sheik (1952) - *** ˝
12/09 - La Ricotta (1963) - ****
12/10 - Syriana (2005) - ***
12/13 - Accatone (1961) - **** ˝
12/13 - The Gospel According to St. Matthew (1964) - ****
12/14 - King Kong (2005) - ****
12/15 - The Hawks and the Sparrows (1965) - ***
12/17 - Cigarette Burns (2005) - ***
12/18 - Alexander Nevsky (1938) - **** ˝
12/19 - Ivan the Terrible, Part I (1944) - ****
12/19 - Ivan the Terrible, Part II (1946) - *** ˝
12/20 - L'Avventura (1960) - *****
12/22 - The Leopard Man (1943) - ***
12/22 - The Leopard Man (1943) w/ commentary - *** ˝
12/23 - Personal Best (1982) - ****
12/23 - The Ghost Ship (1943) - ****
12/23 - The 7th Victim (1943) - ***
12/24 - The Curse of the Cat People (1944) - ****
12/25 - Beyond the Clouds (1995) - **** ˝
12/26 - Identification of a Woman (1982) - ****
12/27 - Wolf Creek (2005) - * ˝
12/27 - Il Filo Pericoloso Delle Cose (2005) - *** ˝
12/28 - The Aristocrats (2005) - **** ˝
12/28 - I Vitelloni (1953) - *** ˝
12/29 - La Strada (1954) - ****
12/29 - Il Bidone (1955) - ****
12/29 - The Virgin Suicides (1999) - *** ˝
12/30 - Isle of the Dead (1945) - ***
12/30 - Exotica (1994) - *** ˝
12/30 - Next of Kin (1984) - **** ˝
12/31 - Family Viewing (1987) - ****
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January

1/01 - Ghost World
1/05 - Garden State
1/07 - The Village
1/08 - Sideways ****1/2
1/09 - Silver City ****
1/10 - BAADASSSS! ****1/2
1/13 - Citizen Ruth ***1/2
1/14 - The Witch Who Came From the Sea **
1/14 - Mean Creek ***1/2
1/15 - A Very Long Engagement ****1/2
1/15 - Friday Night Lights **
1/16 - Danny Deckchair ****
1/16 - Harold and Kumar Go To White Castle
1/16 - Love Me If You Dare ***1/2
1/17 - Hotel Rwanda *****
1/18 - The United States of Leland ***1/2
1/22 - Million Dollar Baby *****
1/22 - Pauly Shore is Dead **
1/25 - Phone ***
1/25 - Women On The Verge of a Nervous Breakdown ****
1/26 - The Saddest Music in the World **
1/27 - The Grudge *1/2
1/29 - Ray ***1/2

February

2/03 - Maria Full of Grace ***1/2
2/04 - Eulogy ***
2/05 - Freddy vs. Jason
2/06 - Bad Education ****1/2
2/07 - Eyes Without a Face ****
2/11 - Motorcycle Diaries **
2/12 - The Aviator ****1/2
2/12 - Scarecrow Gone Wild *
2/13 - The Story of the Weeping Camel ***1/2
2/15 - Sordid Lives **1/2
2/17 - Do The Right Thing ****1/2
2/18 - Finding Neverland ****
2/19 - Cube Zero **
2/19 - Bunny Lake is Missing ****
2/22 - Napoleon Dynamite
2/23 - I Heart Huckabees
2/24 - The Bad Seed ***
2/25 - She Hate Me ***
2/26 - Fearless Vampire Killers ****
2/27 - Incident at Loch Ness ****
2/28 - Jacob's Ladder **1/2

March

3/01 - Persona ***1/2
3/02 - Lisa and the Devil **1/2
3/04 - Raging Bull ****1/2
3/05 - Baba Yaga **
3/07 - Network *****
3/07 - Dead Ringers ****
3/07 - Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgandy
3/08 - Kids in the Hall: Brain Candy
3/08 - Bringing Up Baby ****1/2
3/09 - Night and the City
3/10 - Day Without a Mexican **1/2
3/11 - What the Bleep Do We Know? no stars
3/11 - Toolbox Murders (2004) ***1/2
3/12 - The Incredibles
3/12 - Dead Birds **1/2
3/12 - Repulsion ***
3/13 - The Blood of Fu Manchu **
3/13 - Blood Feast **1/2
3/15 - The Initiation ***
3/16 - A Bug's Life
3/16 - Dirty Harry
3/17 - The Incredibles
3/19 - White Heat ****1/2
3/20 - Altered States ***1/2
3/20 - One, Two, Three *****
3/22 - The Gods Must Be Crazy ***
3/23 - Dark Habits
3/23 - April Fools Day
3/24 - The Conversation ****
3/24 - Closer ****
3/25 - The Devils ****
3/27 - Vera Drake ***1/2
3/28 - Evil Ed
3/29 - Orgazmo
3/30 - A Tale of Two Sisters ****
3/31 - Exorcist: The Beginning *1/2

April

4/01 - The Ladies Man
4/02 - The House on Sorority Row ***1/2
4/02 - Sideways
4/04 - Orgazmo (w/drunken commentary)
4/05 - Unhinged *1/2
4/06 - Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead ****
4/09 - The Woodsman ***1/2
4/09 - Orgazmo
4/10 - Ocean's 12 **1/2
4/10 - Gothic **1/2
4/11 - Sin City *****
4/11 - My Architect ***1/2
4/11 - Venus in Furs **1/2
4/14 - Born Into Brothels ****1/2
4/16 - Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
4/17 - Sin City
4/17 - Meet the Fockers *1/2
4/17 - House of Flying Daggers ****
4/18 - Yakuza Papers: Battles Without Honor & Humanity ***1/2
4/18 - Slumber Party Massacre 2 can I give a movie negative stars?
4/19 - Laura ****
4/20 - I Heart Huckabees w/group commentary
4/21 - Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events ***1/2
4/21 - Darkness (uncut) *1/2
4/23 - Kung Fu Hustle ****1/2
4/23 - Wild Things 3: Diamond in the Rough *
4/24 - The Assassination of Richard Nixon ***
4/25 - Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia ***1/2
4/26 - Prom Night **1/2
4/27 - Play Misty For Me
4/28 - The Philadelphia Story *****
4/29 - Jackie Brown ****

May

5/01 - Libeled Lady ***
5/03 - The Backlot Murders **1/2
5/05 - To the Devil A Daughter ***
5/06 - Alone in the Dark 1/2
5/07 - Assault on Precinct 13 (2004) ***
5/08 - The Life Aquatic With Steve Zissou
5/08 - Irma La Douce **
5/09 - Sometimes in April ***
5/09 - Malevolence **1/2
5/09 - Arsenic and Old Lace ****1/2
5/11 - Dude, Where's My Car?
5/11 - The Three Faces of Eve ****
5/12 - Team America: World Police
5/12 - White Noise ***
5/12 - The Thin Man ****
5/13 - Unleashed ****
5/13 - Kinsey **1/2
5/14 - The Green Butchers ****
5/14 - The Girl Next Door *1/2
5/17 - I, Robot ***1/2
5/18 - Team America: World Police
5/19 - Burden of Dreams ****
5/19 - The Life Aquatic With Steve Zissou w/commentary
5/19 - The Longest Yard (1974) ***1/2
5/20 - Dirty Filthy Love **1/2
5/21 - Wake Up Ron Burgandy ***
5/21 - Dominion: A Prequel to the Exorcist ****
5/22 - Old School
5/23 - The Aviator
5/24 - Team America: World Police
5/25 - Dolemite ***
5/25 - To Be or Not To Be ****1/2
5/26 - Battlefield Baseball ***
5/26 - Boogeyman **
5/28 - Fitzcarraldo *****

June

6/02 - The Machinist ****
6/02 - Wild Things
6/04 - Seed of Chucky ****
6/04 - Be Cool *
6/05 - The War of the Worlds (1953) ***
6/06 - Seed of Chucky w/commentary
6/07 - Enduring Love **1/2
6/07 - Seed of Chucky
6/09 - Man-Thing **1/2
6/09 - A Dirty Shame ***
6/14 - Mr. & Mrs. Smith ***1/2
6/16 - North by Northwest
6/16 - Orgazmo
6/17 - Batman Begins *****
6/17 - 8 1/2
6/18 - Flickering Lights ****
6/19 - Cursed *1/2
6/21 - Stripes
6/23 - Overnight *** (god that guy is a douchebag)
6/24 - Land of the Dead **1/2
6/25 - Bewitched ***
6/27 - Encino Man

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Bold listings mean a first time viewing. I don't list TV shows.

***** = spectacular
****= great
***= good
**= poor
*= shit

January

1/02: The Deadly Spawn (1983) ****˝
1/03: Nomads (1986) ***˝
1/06: I'm Not Scared (2003) ****
1/14: Mulholland Dr. (2001) *****
1/15: Harold & Kumar go to White Castle (2004) **˝
1/19: Stagefright (1987) ****
1/19: The Tenant (1976) *****
1/28: Cannibal Holocaust (1979) *****
1/31: The Killer Must Kill Again (1975) ****

February

2/02: Bunny Lake is Missing (1965) ****
2/03: Repulsion (1965) ****˝
2/04: Four of the Apocalypse (1975) *****
2/11: Phenomena (1985) *****
2/14: Valentine (2001) ****
2/18: Constantine (2005) ***
2/19: The House on Sorority Row (1983) ***˝
2/19: The Astro-Zombies (1969) ** - extra star for comedy value.

March

3/01: Total Recall (1990) *****
3/03: Riki-Oh: The Story of Ricky (1991) ***˝
3/10: Children of the Corn (1984) ***
3/16: Wax Mask (1997) ***
3/20: Inferno (1980) ****
3/23: The House with Laughing Windows (1976) *****
3/26: The Ring Two (2005) *

April

4/01: Sin City (2005) ****
4/02: Love Object (2003) ****˝
4/07: Demons 2 (1986) ****
4/11: Beyond the Valley of the Dolls (1970) *****
4/16: The Amityville Horror (2005) * - pathetic.
4/18: Mean Creek (2004) ****
4/20: Body Parts (1991) ***
4/22: The Night Flier (1997) *****
4/23: Vampires (1998) ***˝
4/28: Death Ship (1980) ***
4/28: Haute Tension (2003) *****

May

5/01: Razorback (1984) ****
5/02: The Last Man on Earth (1964) ***˝
5/04: Leviathan (1989) ***
5/06: Kingdom of Heaven (2005) ****˝
5/08: The Entity (1981) ****˝
5/08: Sniper (1993) ***˝
5/09: Requiem for a Dream (2000) *****
5/11: Ilsa: She Wolf of the SS (1974) ****
5/13: Friday the 13th Part V: A New Beginning (1985) ****˝
5/14: The Pit (1981) ***˝
5/16: High Desert Kill (1989) ****
5/18: Buio Omega (1979) **˝
5/20: Dominion: Prequel to The Exorcist (2005) ****
5/28: The Runestone (1990) **˝
5/28: The Sentinel (1977) *****

June

6/01: Opera (1987) ***˝
6/04: The Strange Vice of Mrs. Wardh (1971) ****˝
6/07: The Machinist (2004) *****
6/08: The Machinist (2004) w/commentary *****
6/12: The Case of the Scorpion's Tail (1971) ****
6/13: Last Action Hero (1993) * - maybe even worse than Junior.
6/15: Batman Begins (2005) *****
6/22: The Forest (1983) *˝
6/24: Land of the Dead (2005) ****˝
6/28: Steel Frontier (1995) ****˝
6/29: War of the Worlds (2005) ***˝ - goes downhill once they reach Ogilvey's basement.

July

7/05: Necessary Roughness (1991) ****
7/06: Razorback (1984) ****
7/06: Session 9 (2001) *****
7/10: C.H.U.D. (1984) ****
7/11: The Believers (1987) **
7/18: Fantastic Four (2005) ***
7/20: Dellamorte Dellamore (1994) *****
7/21: Hideous! (1997) **
7/21: The Great White Hype (1996) **˝
7/22: House of 1000 Corpses (2003) ****
7/22: The Devil's Rejects (2005) ***** - wow!
7/23: The Jacket (2005) ** - disappointing.
7/24: From Beyond (1986) ***˝
7/25: Boogeyman (2005) *
7/27: Bad News Bears (2005) ***˝
7/28: The Rapture (1991) *****
7/29: The Deadly Spawn (1983) ****˝

August

8/02: Deep Star Six (1989) **˝
8/05: The Devil's Rejects (2005) *****
8/08: Death Valley (1982) ***
8/14: Deuce Bigalow: European Gigolo (2005) ***˝
8/15: Dead Birds (2004) *˝
8/16: Cellular (2004) ***
8/18: Children Shouldn't Play with Dead Things (1972) ****˝
8/18: Shock Waves (1977) ****
8/19: Red-Eye (2005) **˝
8/21: The Slumber Party Massacre (1982) ***˝
8/21: The Boogens (1981) ***
8/26: Grizzly Man (2005) *****
8/27: Howling II: Stirba - Werewolf Bitch (1985) ***˝
8/28: Black Demons (1991) *˝

September

9/02: A Sound of Thunder (2005) **
9/07: What Have You Done to Solange? (1972) *****
9/09: Girls Nite Out (1984) ***
9/09: March of the Penguins (2005) ****
9/10: The Redeemer (1978) ***** - very creepy & surreal slasher.
9/12: The Final Terror (1983) ***˝
9/13: The Hellbenders (1967) ****
9/15: Death Wish 3 (1985) ****
9/16: The Card Player (2004) ****
9/16: Cry_Wolf (2005) ****
9/17: My Bloody Valentine (1981) ***˝
9/18: The Exorcism of Emily Rose (2005) ****˝
9/19: House of Death (1982) *** - cheesy fun. DVD needed.
9/20: Torso (1973) ****˝
9/22: Venom (2005) ***˝
9/26: Who Saw Her Die? (1972) ****˝
9/27: Long Weekend (1978) ***** - a film that gets even better with every viewing.
9/27: Long Weekend (1978) w/commentary *****
9/28: Xtro (1982) ****˝
9/29: Tombs of the Blind Dead (1971) ***˝ - good, but the weakest of the series.
9/29: Return of the Evil Dead (1973) ****˝ - a real gem with colorful characters.
9/30: The Ghost Galleon (1975) **** - pure fun.
9/30: Night of the Seagulls (1976) ****˝ - classic Blind Dead in the Wicker Man vein.
9/30: A History of Violence (2005) ***** - Cronenberg does it again.

October

10/01: Arachnophobia (1990) ***˝
10/02: Rattled (1996) **
10/02: Humongous (1982) ***
10/02: The Fly (1986) w/commentary *****
10/03: Shadowbuilder (1997) *˝ - it blew a cool premise.
10/04: Infested (2002) *
10/04: The Reflecting Skin (1990) *****
10/06: Cheerleader Camp (1987) ****˝
10/06: Pulse (1988) **˝
10/06: The House Where Evil Dwells (1982) ***
10/07: Demon Seed (1977) ****˝
10/11: Night of the Creeps (1986) *****
10/12: Mindhunters (2004) ***˝
10/13: Demonic Toys (1992) **˝
10/14: The Little Girl Who Lives Down the Lane (1976) ****˝
10/15: Street Trash (1987) *˝ - all the hype for this?!
10/19: Starship Troopers (1997) *****
10/21: The Sender (1982) ****
10/25: Bedlam (1946) ****˝
10/26: Fever Lake (1996) * - awful.
10/27: Cat O'Nine Tails (1971) ****
10/27: The 7th Victim (1943) *****
10/28: Steel Frontier (1995) ****˝
10/28: Saw II (2005) ***
10/28: Incident On and Off a Mountain Road (2005) ****˝
10/29: Dracula A.D. 1972 (1972) ***˝
10/31: Halloween III: Season of the Witch (1982) *****
10/31: Prince of Darkness (1987) *****
10/31: The Blair Witch Project (1999) *****

November

11/01: Sleepaway Camp 2: Unhappy Campers (1988) ***
11/02: The Bird with the Crystal Plumage (1970) ****
11/03: Torso (1973) ****˝
11/04: Dreams in the Witch-House (2005) ***˝
11/06: Xtro (1982) ****˝
11/06: The Devil's Rejects (2005) *****
11/07: The Devil's Rejects (2005) w/director commentary *****
11/07: The Devil's Rejects (2005) w/cast commentary *****
11/08: Dead Meat (2004) ****
11/10: Who Saw Her Die? (1972) ****˝
11/10: The Tenant (1976) *****
11/11: The Descent (2005) ***
11/11: Dance of the Dead (2005) *****
11/14: The Sleeping Car (1990) **
11/14: The Bonfire of the Vanities (1990) * - De Palma's worst.
11/15: Death Valley (1982) ***
11/16: Chinatown (1974) *****
11/18: Donnie Brasco (1997) ***˝
11/19: Unleashed (2005) **
11/19: Dellamorte Dellamore (1994) *****
11/19: Jenifer (2005) *
11/23: Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (1998) **˝
11/24: Jack Frost (1997) **˝
11/24: Jack Frost 2: Revenge of the Mutant Killer Snowman (2000) *˝
11/25: Chocolate (2005) ****˝
11/26: War of the Worlds (2005) ***˝
11/29: A Fistful of Dynamite (aka Duck, You Sucker) (1971) ***** - mesmerizing, the best western in existence.

December

12/01: Requiem for a Dream (2000) *****
12/01: Venom (1982) ****
12/01: Bloody Murder 2 (2003) **
12/02: The Swarm (1978) ** - extra star for comedy value.
12/02: Targets (1968) *****
12/03: The Killer (1989) ***** - jawdropping action and a touching story.
12/04: Homecoming (2005) **
12/05: The Searchers (1956) *****
12/06: Of Unknown Origin (1983) ***˝
12/07: Paths of Glory (1957) ***** - stunning. Kubrick's finest and the best war film ever made.
12/08: Blade Runner (1982) *****
12/08: Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer (1986) ****˝
12/09: The Shining (1980) *****
12/09: Paths of Glory (1957) *****
12/09: Syriana (2005) ***˝
12/09: Deer Woman (2005) ****
12/10: Bringing Out the Dead (1999) ****˝
12/14: Gangs of New York (2002) ****
12/14: Platoon (1986) ***˝
12/15: Sleepaway Camp (1983) *****
12/15: eXistenZ (1999) *****
12/15: Star Trek: The Motion Picture (1979) ****
12/17: Before Sunset (2004) **˝
12/20: The Ballad of Cable Hogue (1970) ***
12/21: Enter the Ninja (1981) *˝
12/23: Munich (2005) *****
12/26: Wolf Creek (2005) ****
12/28: Bullet in the Head (1990) *****
12/29: Oldboy (2003) ****˝
12/31: Nail Gun Massacre (1985) **** - the sheriff rules! Cheese galore!
12/31: The Hills Have Eyes (1977) *****

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NOTE: scores may change upon different viewings depending on how it affected me during viewing

January
1 -
Once Upon A Time In The West (7.5/10)
Dodgeball (1/10)
Ju-On: The Grudge (8/10)
Darkman (8/10)
Dumb And Dumber (6/10, commercialized TBS edit 2/10)
The Thing (10/10)
Silence Of The Lambs (9/10)
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Shrek 2 (5/10)
The Day After Tomorrow (5/10)
3 -
Me, Myself & Irene (5/10)
Dreamscape (7.5/10)
Eyes Without A Face (9.5/10)
4 -
Resident Evil: Apocalypse (5/10)
Open Water (8/10)
5 -
The Fly 2 (7.5/10)
Amelie (10/10)
The Dentist (8.5/10)
6 -
Two Evil Eyes (9/10)
----- The Facts In The Case Of Mr. Valdemar (8/10)
----- The Black Cat (10/10)
7 -
The Devil's Backbone w/ commentary (movie 10/10, commentary 10/10)
Lord Of The Flies (1963) (9/10)
Friday The 13th Part VII: The New Blood (8/10)
8 -
Battle Royale (9.5/10)
Being John Malkovich (10/10)
Scanners (9.5/10)
9 -
Samurai Fiction (9/10)
10 -
Day Of The Dead (10/10)
Anchorman (unrated) (7.5/10)
The Deadly Spawn (8/10)
11 -
Evil Dead Trap (10/10)
Orgazmo (10/10)
12 -
Zombi 2 (9/10)
Naked Lunch (10/10)
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (9.5/10)
13 -
Van Helsing (3.5/10)
Evil Dead II (10/10)
Phantom Of The Opera (directed by Dario Argento) (9/10)
Ichi The Killer (animated) (9/10)
Tokyo: The Last Magalopolis (9/10)
Dr. Strangelove (Or: How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Love The Bomb) (10/10)
14 -
Aladdin (Disney) (6.5/10)
P.C.U. (9/10)
Troy (8/10)
15 -
Fast Company w/ commentary (movie 7/10, commentary 9/10)
Dead Ringers (10/10)
16 -
Se7en (10/10)
17 -
Ichi The Killer (animated) (9/10)
Crash (NC-17) (10/10)
Evil Dead Trap (10/10)
18 -
Space Zombie Bingo (4.5/10)
Bimbo Movie Bash (10/10)
The Player (9.5/10)
19 -
Blade II (9/10)
Jason X (9/10)
Basket Case (8/10)
The Tin Drum (10/10)
Napolean Dynamite (8/10)
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21 -
Toxic Crusaders: The Movie (4/10)
The Toxic Avenger (unrated director's cut w/deleted scenes) (10/10)
22 -
Terror Firmer (unrated director's cut) (10/10)
In Dreams (9/10)
The First Power (8/10)
The Wizard Of Oz (1939) (10/10)
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24 -
Alien Resurrection (Special Edition w/markers) (8.5)
From Dusk Till Dawn w/commentary (movie 10/10, commentary 8.5/10)
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Alien Vs. Predator (7/10)
Predator 2 (8/10)
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27 -
The Forgotten (7.5/10)
28 -
Sanjuro (10/10)
29 -
The Beyond (10/10)
30 -
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Lost Highway (9.5/10)
Eraserhead (10/10)
The Holy Mountain (10/10)

February
1 -
El Topo (8/10)
Panic Room (8/10)
2 -
The Holy Mountain (10/10)
A Very Long Engagement (9/10)
3 -
The Grudge (8/10)
King Of The Ants (8.5/10)
4 -
Blue Velvet (9/10)
5 -
Cabin Fever w/girls commentary(movie 10/10, commentary 8/10)
Shrek 2 (5/10)
6 -
Suspiria (10/10)
Citizen Toxie: The Toxic Avenger Part IV (unrated director's cut) (10/10)
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8 -
The Stuff (8.5/10)
9 -
Robocop (unrated director's cut) (10/10)
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Basket Case 2 (8.5/10)
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The City Of Lost Children (10/10)
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17 -
Basket Case 3 (7/10)
18 -
19 -
American Psycho (8.5/10)
20 -
Opera (9.5/10)
21 -
22 -
The Church (8/10)
Uzumaki (Spiral) (9/10)
23 -
Freaks (10/10)
Donnie Darko (director's cut) (10/10)
24 -
Where The Buffalo Roam (without original soundtrack) (8.5/10)
Fear And Loathing In Las Vegas (10/10)
25 -
26 -
Santa Sangre (10/10)
Brain Damage (9.5/10)
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28 -

March
1 -
The Long Kiss Goodnight (8.5/10)
2 -
Uzumaki (Spiral) (10/10)
3 -
Alien Vs. Predator (7.5/10)
4 -
Santa Sangre (10/10)
The Fist Of Legend (8.5/10)
Alien Vs. Predator (6.5/10)
The Church (9.5/10)
5 -
Alien Resurrection (8.5/10)
The Omen (9.5/10)
6 -
A Nightmare On Elm Street (10/10)
A Nightmare On Elm Street 2: Freddy's Revenge (7.5/10)
7 -
A Nightmare On Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors (7.5/10)
Class Of Nuke 'Em High Part 3: The Good, The Bad, And The Subhumanoid (4.5/10)
8 -
Exorcist: The Beginning (8/10)
The Ring (9/10)
9 -
The Stendhal Syndrome (9.5/10)
The Mothman Prophecies (8.5/10)
10 -
The Lord Of The Rings: The Fellowship Of The Ring (10/10)
The Lord Of The Rings: The Two Towers (10/10)
11 -
The Lord Of The Rings: The Return Of The King (10/10)
12 -
Rabid (9.5/10)
13 -
Gozu (10/10)
Alien 3 (8/10)
May (10/10)
14 -
A Nightmare On Elm Street 4: The Dream Master (8.5/10)
A Nightmare On Elm Street 5: The Dream Child (8.5/10)
Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare (with end sequence in 3-D) (8.5/10)
Wes Craven's New Nightmare (10/10)
15 -
Freddy Vs. Jason (9/10)
976-EVIL (7.5/10)
Eyes Without A Face (10/10)
16 -
The Holy Mountain (10/10)
La Dolce Vita (10/10)
17 -
Brain Damage (9/10)
18 -
The Holy Mountain (10/10)
Santa Sangre (10/10)
Uzumaki (Spiral) (10/10)
Versus (10/10)
19 -
Dead Ringers (10/10)
Evil Dead Trap (10/10)
20 -
The City Of Lost Children (10/10)
The Church (9/10)
21 -
Tromeo & Juliet (10/10)
Mulholland Dr. (9/10)
22 -
Dead Birds (9/10)
Suspiria (10/10)
23 -
Mulholland Dr. (9.5/10)
The Ring 2 (7/10)
24 -
25 -
Demons (7/10)
Full-Time Killers (8.5/10)
Scarecrows (8/10)
26 -
Dolls (8.5/10)
Scanners (10/10)
Suspiria (10/10)
Inferno (10/10)
27 -
Inferno (10/10)
Scanners 2: The New Order (7.5/10)
Wizards (9/10)
28 -
Scanners III: The Takeover (7.5/10)
Total Recall (10/10)
29 -
Scanners: The Showdown (5/10)
The Toxic Avenger (unrated director's cut) (10/10)
The Toxic Avenger Part II (unrated director's cut) (8.5/10)
The Toxic Avenger Part III: The Last Temptation Of Toxie (unrated director's cut) (8.5/10)
The Toolbox Murders (2004) (7.5/10)
30 -
Citizen Toxie: The Toxic Avenger Part IV (unrated director's cut) (10/10)
Phantasm (10/10)
Phantasm II (10/10)
Phantasm III: Lord Of The Dead (7.5/10)
Phantasm IV: Oblivion (8.5/10)
31 -
The Eye (10/10)
Session 9 (9/10)
Dead Alive (10/10)

April
1 -
eXistenZ (9/10)
28 Days Later (8.5/10)
2 -
Zombi Holocaust (9/10)
One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest (10/10)
Donnie Darko (director's cut) (10/10)
Freaks (10/10)
3 -
Friday The 13th (10/10)
Friday The 13th Part II (8/10)
The Holy Mountain (10/10)
Terror Firmer (unrated director's cut w/deleted scenes) (10/10)
4 -
Naked Lunch (10/10)
Duel (9.5/10)
Sin City (10/10)
M (10/10)
Orgazmo (unrated) (8.5/10)
5 -
Mulholland Dr. (10/10)
6 -
7 -
8 -
Inferno (10/10)
9 -
The Holy Mountain (10/10)
10 -
11 -
12 -
Segio Lapel's Drawing Blood (6/10)
What Dreams May Come (8.5/10)
GWAR - SkulHedFace (10/10)
13 -
Duel (8.5/10)
14 -
15 -
Friday The 13th Part III (7.5/10)
Rebecca (9.5/10)
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A Tale Of Two Sisters (9.5/10)
27 -
28 -

Blade: Trinity (7.5/10)
29 -
Death By Dialogue (2.5/10)
30 -
Night Of The Living Dead (10/10)
Dawn Of The Dead (10/10)

May
1 -
2 -
Heavenly Creatures (10/10)
Showgirls (8/10)
The Pit And The Pendulum (8.5/10)
3 -
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Blood Of The Beast (4.5/10)
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Falling Down (9/10)
7 -
Tales From The Crapper (7.5/10)
8 -
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10 -

Ginger Snaps 2: Unleashed (9/10)
11 -
Ginger Snaps Back: The Beginning (9/10)
Jersey Girl (10/10)
Wrong Turn (9.5/10)
12 -
Eyes Wide Shut (9.5/10)
13 -
Ed Wood (10/10)
Santa Sangre (10/10)

14 -
The Machinist (10/10)

Re-Animator (9/10)
Dagon (10/10)
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12 Monkeys (9/10)
17 -
Team America (8/10)
18 -
The Machinist (9/10)
19 -
Irreversible (9.5/10)
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Luther The Geek (4.5/10)
Frankenstein (10/10)
22 -
Bride Of Frankenstein (10/10)
23 -
Tenebrae (8/10)
The Machinist (9.5/10)
24 -
Spellbound (10/10)
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Harold And Kumar Go To White Castle (8.5/10)
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31 -
Shock (10/10)
Possession (9.5/10)

June
1 -
Whip And The Body (9/10)
Lisa And The Devil (8/10)
2 -
Monty Python And The Holy Grail (10/10)
Mulholland Dr. (9/10)
3 -
Opera (8/10)
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6 -

Blood Of The Beasts (documentary) (10/10)
7 -
Orgazmo w/ drunken commentary (9/10)
8 -
The Life Aquatic With Steve Zissou (9/10)
Boogeyman (7/10)
9 -
Darkness (unrated) (5/10)
10 -
High Tension (9/10)
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Seed Of Chucky (unrated) (9/10)
Black Sabbath (10/10)
----- The Telephone (9/10)
----- The Wurdulak (8.5/10)
----- The Drop Of Water (10/10)
19 -
Gosford Park (8/10)
Leprechaun: Back 2 Tha Hood (6.5/10)
20 -
Nosferatu (9/10)
Shadow Of The Vampire (8/10)
Bad Education (8.75/10)
Bride Of The Monster (5.5/10)
21 -
Return Of The Living Dead (7.5/10)
Kill, Baby... Kill! (9/10)
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24 -
Land Of The Dead (9.5/10)
25 -
Harry Potter And The Prisoner Of Azkaban (7.5/10)
26 -
The Changeling (10/10)
27 -
Land Of The Dead (7.5/10)
28 -
May (10/10)
Blood Of The Beasts (documentary) (10/10)
29 -
City Of The Living Dead (7.5/10)
Stagefright (8/10)
New York Ripper (9.5/10)
30 -
The Phantom Of Liberty (10/10)
Manhattan Baby (7/10)

July
1 -
Brazil (director's cut) (10/10)
Danger Diabolik (8.5/10)
2 -
The Others (9.5/10)
Don't Torture A Duckling (8/10)
Shivers (8.5/10)
Short Cuts (9/10)
3 -
Shaun Of The Dead (9/10)
Possession (10/10)
Paranoia 1.0 (8/10)
Hollywood Ending (9/10)
8 1/2 (10/10)
The 400 Blows (9.5/10)
4 -
8 1/2 (10/10)
Showgirls (8/10)
5 -
Abre Los Ojos (10/10)
Leolo (10/10)

6 -
Black Dog (7.5/10)
Visitor Q (8/10)
7-
Wonderland (9/10)
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The Phantom Of Liberty (9/10)
The Royal Tenenbaums (9/10)
10 -
Ran (10/10)
Blood Of The Beasts (documentary) (10/10)
11 -
Beyond The Darkness (Buio Omega) (8.5/10)
12 -
The Garbage Pail Kids Movie (7/10)
Freaked (9/10)
13 -
A Very Long Engagement (10/10)
Torso (9/10)
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8 1/2 (10/10)
17 -
Visitor Q (10/10)
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Brazil (director's cut) (10/10)
Happiness Of The Katakuris (10/10)
20 -
Fight Club (10/10)
Luther The Geek (7.5/10)
21 -
Constantine (9/10)
22 -
The Devil's Rejects (10/10)
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Bride Of Killer Nerd (6.5/10)
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Monty Python's The Meaning Of Life (director's cut) (8/10)
27 -
Kung Fu Hustle (9/10)
Dead Pit (8/10)
Hellraiser: Deader (6.5/10)
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Chopping Mall (8/10)
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Blood Feast (7.5/10)
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Bizarre (7/10)
Meet The Fockers (9/10)
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Dead Next Door (6.5/10)
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Dial M For Murder (7.5/10)
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I Confess (8.5/10)
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Evil Dead II (10/10)
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Notorious (9.5/10)
Foreign Correspondent (9/10)
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All The Colors Of The Dark (9/10)
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Shaun Of The Dead (10/10)
Sin City (10/10)

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***** -- Fucking wow! I'm sitting you down Clockwork Orange-style and forcing you to watch it!
<Movies in bold, I have never seen before. (T) = Theatre, (D) = DVD, (V) = VHS, (M) = Movie on TV.>
---------------------------------------------------------------
January
01: Eternal Sunshine on the Spotless Mind (D) - ****
01: The Machinist (T) - *****
02: Pińata: Survival Island (M) - **
02: Haute Tension (D) - *****
03: Matchstick Men (D) - ****1/2
04: Bad Lieutenant (NC-17) (V) - ***
06: Love and a .45 (M) - ***1/2
09: Duck! The Carbine High Massacre (D) - ****
11: Freddy Got Fingered (D) - **1/2
12: The Bourne Identity (D) - ****
19: Garden State (D) - *****
22: Assault on Precint 13 (2005) (T) - ****
23: I Downloaded A Ghost (M) - **1/2 (<--I'm in this movie! Finally got to see it after 3 and a half years.)
23: Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (D) - *****
25: The Jackhammer Massacre (D) - *1/2
26: Pigs (V) - **
26: Napoleon Dynamite (D) - *****
27: Napoleon Dynamite with commentary (D) - *****
27: The Bourne Supremacy (D) - ****
February
01: Pauly Shore is Dead (D) - ***1/2
02: Mean Creek (D) - *****
03: Resident Evil: Apocalypse (D) - **1/2
04: Dagon (D) - ***1/2
04: Greendale (D) - ****
06: Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over (3-D Version) (D) - ***
06: Kalifornia (D) - ***1/2
10: The Punisher (2004) (D) - ***
11: Ray (D) - *****
11: The Yes Men (D) - **
12: SAW (D) - ****
13: The Motorcycle Diaries (D) - ****1/2
13: Below (M) - ***1/2
15: Code 46 (D) - *****
19: Cube Zero (D) - ***
19: I 'Heart' Huckabees (D) - *****
20: The Hazing (D) - ***1/2
25: Festival Express (D) - ***1/2
26: Exorcist: The Beginning (D) - **
26: The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie (D) - ****
27: Flight of the Phoenix (D) - ****
27: Incident at Loch Ness (D) - ***1/2
March
02: Eraserhead (D) - ****1/2
02: Garage Days (D) - ****
05: Into the Sun (V) - **1/2
06: Wrong Turn (V) - ****
06: Rabid (D) - ****
09: Re-Animator (D) - ****
11: Toolbox Murders (2004) (D) - ***1/2
13: Dead Birds (D) - ****
13: New Suit (D) - ***
14: Young Frankenstein (D) - ***1/2
15: Kill Bill Vol.1 (D) - *****
16: Kill Bill Vol.2 (D) - *****
18: The Last Horror Movie (D) -**1/2
19: The Final Cut (D) - *1/2
19: A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors (V) - ***
20: Driller Killer (D) - **
20: Slipknot: Disasterpieces (D) - ***1/2
20: Fat Albert (D) - ***1/2
20: Noise (D) - ****
21: Teknolust (D) - *
26: Fight Club (D) - *****
26: Dark City (D) - ****
26: Goodfellas (D) - ****
28: Love Object (D) - ***1/2
29: Grand Theft Parsons (D) - ***
31: Basket Case (D) - ****1/2
31: Two Thousand Maniacs! (D) - ***
April
01: Primer (D) - *****
02: Sin City (T) - *****
03: Schizo (D) - **
03: Elektra (D) - ***
04: Dead Doll (D) - ***1/2
06: The Amityville Horror (D) - ****1/2
10: Ocean's Twelve (D) - **1/2
13: Orgazmo (D) - ****
15: Constantine (T) - ***1/2
16: Riding The Bullet (D) - ***
17: The Amityville Horror (2005) (T) - ***1/2
18: The Tesseract (D) - ***
20: Bill and Ted's Bogus Journey (D) - *****
24: House of the Dead (D) - NO STARS!
30: Sin City (T) - *****
May
02: Blade: Trinity (Extreme Version) (D) - **1/2
03: The Manson Family (D) - ****1/2
04: National Treasure (D) - ***1/2
12: Chappelle's Show: Season 1 (D) - ***1/2
15: Stage Fright (D) - **1/2
21: A Tale of Two Sisters (D) - ****
23: Cradle of Fear (D) - **
24: The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou (D) - ****1/2
28: Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones (V) - **1/2
28: Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith (T) - ****
June
02: Run Lola Run (D) - ****
03: Lords of Dogtown (T) - ***1/2
03: Dirty Work (D) - ***1/2
04: Punch-Drunk Love (D) - ****1/2
04: Freddy Vs. Jason (D) - ***1/2
07: Night of the Living Dead (V) - *****
08: Seed of Chucky (Unrated) (D) - *1/2
09: Boogie Nights (D) - ****
09: Super Size Me (D) - ***1/2
12: Ichi the Killer (D) - ***
12: The Van Bebber Family (D) - ****
12: The Belly of the Beast (D) - ***
12: Lifeforce (D) - **1/2
17: Porn Star: The Legend of Ron Jeremy (D) - ***
17: Batman Begins (T) - *****
19: Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy (T) - ***
19: The Ghouls (D) - ***1/2
20: Tromeo and Juliet (V) - ****1/2
20: A Dirty Shame (D) - ****
20: All the Dirt on A Dirty Shame (Doc) (D) - ***1/2
24: George A. Romero's Land of the Dead (T) - ****1/2
28: Goerge A. Romero's Land of the Dead (T) - ****1/2
July
01: House of Wax (2005) (T) - ****
02: Black Christmas (M) - ***
03: Harold and Kumar go to White Castle (D) - ***
04: The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou (D) - ****1/2
06: The Delicate Art of Parking (D) - ***1/2
07: Monster Man (D) - ***
07: Oldboy (T) - *****
09: Long Time Dead (D) - **
14: Freaked (D) - ****
18: Team America: World Police (D) - ***1/2
20: Undertow (D) - ****1/2
20: House of 1000 Corpses (D) - ****
22: The Devil's Rejects (T) - *****
23: The Devil's Rejects (T) - *****
24: The Devil's Rejects (T) - *****
27: Cry Uncle! (D) - ***1/2
28: A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy's Revenge (D) - **1/2
August
01: Anacondas: Hunt for the Blood Orchid (M) - **
01: Friday the 13th (D) - ***1/2
08: Zero Day (D) - ****
10: Poolhall Junkies (D) - ***
12: Deuce Bigalow: European Gigalo (T) - ***
15: Stuck On You! (1984) (D) - ****
16: Gunner Palace (D) - ***1/2
17: Sin City (D) - ****
22: The Cell (D) - ***1/2
23: Riki-oh: The Story of Ricky (D) - ****
25: Killer Workout (V) - **
27: Dig! (D) - *****
30: The Goonies (D) - ****1/2
30: Sahara (D) - **1/2
31: Eurotrip (Unrated) (D) - ***
September
02: They Came Back (D) - ***1/2
05: Ong-Bak: The Thai Warrior (D) - ****
05: Enter... Zombie King (D) - **1/2
05: Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgandy (Unrated - "Alarm Clock" Version) (D) - ****
05: The 40 Year Old Virgin (D) - ****1/2
07: The Jacket (D) - ****
08: Detroit 9000 (V) - ****
12: The Holy Land (D) - ***1/2
16: Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgandy (Unrated - "Panda" Version) (D) - ***
17: The Blob (1988) (D) - ****1/2
22: Kung Fu Hustle (D) - ****
22: The Brown Bunny (D) - *1/2
24: Breakin' 2: Electric Boogaloo (D) - ****
24: Return of the Living Dead Part II (D) - ****
26: Save The Green Planet (D) - *****
27: Ghostbusters (D) - *****
27: Kontroll (D) - ****
28: Ghostbusters 2 (D) - *****
29: Desperate Living (D) - ****
30: Female Trouble (D) - *1/2
October
02: A History of Violence (T) - ***1/2
03: Bad Taste (D) - ****
05: The Warriors (Director's Cut) (D) - **
06: Man on Fire (D) -****
07: Unleashed (D) - ****
09: Baby's Day Out (D) - ***
10: Undead (D) - ****
10: The Fly (Cronenberg's) (D) - ****1/2
11: The Toxic Avenger (D) - *****
16: The Skeleton Key (T) - ****
17: Batman Begins (D) - ****1/2
17: Overnight (D) - ****1/2
18: Oldboy (D) - *****
19: The Minus Man (D) - ***1/2
20: Dead and Breakfast (D) - ****1/2
20: Gone In 60 Seconds (1974) (D) - ****
24: Palindromes (D) - *****
24: House of Wax (2005) (D) - ***1/2
24: Lightning Bug (D) - ****
27: The Monster Squad (V) - *****
29: Saw II (T) - ***1/2
31: Ernest Scared Stupid (D) - *****
November
03: The People Vs. Larry Flynt (D) - ****
03: Devil's Advocate (D) - ****
04: The Good Son (V) - ***
05: The Devil's Rejects (Unrated) (D) - *****
06: 30 Days in Hell: The Making of The Devil's Rejects (D) - *****
08: Shattered Glass (D) - ***1/2
11: The Toxic Avenger Part II (D) - **1/2
13: Living In Oblivion (D) - ****
14: Happy Endings (D) - ****
16: Cobra (D) - *1/2
16: The Goat Sucker (Short) (D) - ***1/2
16: Bath Water (Short) (D) - ***
18: War of the Worlds (2005) (D) - ***
20: Undead (D) - ***1/2
20: The Curse of El Charro - *1/2
21: King Kong (1933) (D) - *****
21: King Kong (1976) (D) - ****
23: Brainscan (V) - ***1/2
24: Very Bad Things (D) - ****
25: Friends Forever (D) - *****
25: March of the Penguins (D) - ****1/2
26: Mr. and Mrs. Smith (D) - **1/2
27: Murderball (D) - ****1/2
27: Sky High (D) - ****
27: The Mangler: Reborn (D) - *1/2
29: Flesh Gordon and the Cosmic Cheerleaders (V) - **1/2
30: The Usual Suspects (V) - ****
30: Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance (T) - ****
December
02: Murphy's Law (D) - ***1/2
03: Aeon Flux (T) - **
06: Kalifornia (D) - ***1/2
06: The Nightmare Before Christmas (D) - ****
07: Gattaca (D) - *****
07: Sex & Fury (D) - *****
08: The Stunt Man (D) - ****
11: The Island (D) - NO STARS!
11: Leon: The Professional (D) - ****
12: Puddle Cruiser (D) - **
14: Logan's Run (V) - ***1/2
14: King Kong (2005) (T) [The first 2.5 hours, cause the projector f'd up.] - *****
15: King Kong (2005) (T) - *****
16: Bio-Dome (D) - ***
17: November (D) - **1/2
17: The Exorcism of Emily Rose (D) - ***1/2
18: Four Brothers (D) - ***1/2
19: Cry_Wolf (D) - ***1/2
19: Creep (D) - ****
20: Silent Night, Deadly Night 5: The Toy Maker (V) - ***
24: The Football Factory (D) - ***
24: A Chistmas Story (D) - ****
26: The 40 Year Old Virgin (Unrated) (D) - ****
27: Murder-Set-Pieces (D) - **
31: The Cave (D) - ***

Tyler's 2005 Movie Awards
Best Horror Movie: The Devil's Rejects
Best Drama Movie: Palindromes
Best Comedy Movie: I 'Heart' Huckabees
Best Action Movie: King Kong/Sin City
Best Foreign Movie: Oldboy
Best DTV Horror Movie: Dead Birds
Best DTV Movie: Zero Day

Worst Horror Movie: Seed of Chucky
Worst Drama Movie: The Final Cut
Worst Comedy Movie: Ocean's 12
Worst Action Movie: The Island
Worst Foreign Movie: (I don't think there was one I didn't like in 2005...)
Worst DTV Horror Movie: The Jackhammer Massacre
Worst DTV Movie: The Mangler: Reborn

Biggest Suprise: The Skeleton Key
Biggest Letdown: Seed of Chucky

Worst Movie of 2005: The Island

Best Movie of 2005: Oldboy
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Films watched for the first time are in bold. TV series listed on date of first completion. I don't list things that I watch all the time.

January

1/1: Resident Evil: Apocalypse - 3/5
1/2: Anchorman - 2/5
1/3: King Arthur - 4/5
1/10: Saw - 1/5 movie, 5/5 laughs
1/11: I Heart Huckabees - 3/5
The Village - 1/5
Keen Eddie: The Complete Series - 4/5
1/14: 24: Season 3 - 5/5
1/18: The OC: Season 1 - 4/5
1/21: Pinata: Survival Island - 1/5 (But with B movie charm)
1/14: Law & Order CI: Season 3 - 5/5
1/28: Aqua Teen Hunger Force: Vol. 1 - 4/5
1/29: Dog Soldiers - 4/5
Sex and the City: Season 6.2 - 4/5

February

2/1: Smallville: Season 3 - 5/5
2/3: Ju-On 2 - 4/5
2/6: Slacker - 2.5/5
2/7: Strange Days - 2/5
2/10: Anacondas - 3/5 (Amusingly bad)
2/11: Alien Vs. Predator - 0/5 (Just bad)
2/12: Shark Tale - 4/5
The Grudge - 3.5/5
2/13: You Got Served - "Served! Served! Served!"
2/16: Mulan 2 - 3/5
2/17: Carnivale Season 1 - 4/5
Evil Remains - 2.5/5
2/18: Frightmare (74) - 4.5/5
2/19: Cellular - 2/5
2/20: Sky Captain & The World of Tomorrow - 1/5
2/21: Miracle - 5/5
2/22: Catwoman - Such tasty badness
2/23: Mulan - 4/5
2/28: Maria Full of Grace - 4/5

March

3/3: CSI Miami: Season 1 - 5/5
3/4: Bambi - 5/5
3/4: The Stuff - "Everybody has to eat shaving creme once in awhile."
3/8: We Don't Live Here Anymore - 4/5
3/9: One Missed Call - 3/5
3/10: The Forgotten - 2/5
3/12: The Incredibles - 5/5
3/13: Cube Zero - 3/5
3/14: Class of Nuke 'Em High - Troma blows
3/15: The Bourne Identity - 3/5
3/16: Infernal Affairs - 4/5
3/17: Alfie - 3/5
3/18: Kingdom Hospital- 4/5
3/19: CSI: Season 4 - 5/5
Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason - 3/5
3/20: Gilmore Girls: Season 2 - 5/5
3/21: The Motorcycle Diaries - 2/5
3/22: Haute Tension - 5/5
3/23: Godsend - 2/5
3/24: Finding Neverland - 5/5
3/25: Wait Until Dark - 4/5
3/26: Alien Apocalypse - Like Christmas in March
3/27: Hunter: Season 1 - 5/5
Evil Ed - 1/5 movie, 3/5 fun
3/28: Oldboy - 5/5
3/29: Charmed: Season 1 - 4/5
The Notebook - 5/5
3/30: The L-Word: Season 1 - 4/5
3/31: Closer - 5/5

April


4/1: Sin City - 5/5
4/2: Doppelganger (2003) - 3/5
4/3: The Amityville Horror - 5/5
4/4: Amityville II: The Possession - 4/5
4/5: Amityville 3-D - 3/5
4/6: The Sword of Doom - 4.5/5
4/7: The Bourne Supremacy - 2/5 - Keep the damn camera still.
4/8: Beauty and the Beast (Jean Cocteau) - 5/5
4/9: Kairo - 4/5
4/10: Ocean's Twelve - 3/5
4/11: Deadwood: Season 1 - 5/5
4/12: Battlestar Galactica: The Miniseries - 5/5
4/13: La Cérémonie - 5/5
4/14: Dead Birds - 3/5
4/15: Sideways - 4/5
4/16: The Amityville Horror (2005) - 3/5
The Woodsman - 4/5
4/17: House of Flying Daggers - 5/5
4/18: Dazed And Confused - 1/5
4/19: Zombi 2 - 4/5
4/20: Youth of the Beast - 4/5
4/22: Aqua Teen Hunger Force: Vol. 2 - 4/5
Meet the Fockers - 2/5
4/23: That '70s Show: Season 1 - 5/5
Shikoku - 3/5
4/24: Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events - 5/5
Blade: Trinity (Unrated) - 2.5/5
4/26: Night Court: Season 1 - 5/5
Teenagers From Outer Space (MST Version) - 5/5
4/27: The Tingler - 5/5
4/28: Malevolence - 4/5
4/30: Camp Fear - 1/5 movie, 5/5 fun

May

5/1: The Nameless - 3/5
5/2: Greg the Bunny: The Complete Series - 3/5
The Phantom of the Opera (2004) - 4/5
5/3: Riding the Bullet - 3/5
5/4: The Naked Kiss - 4/5
5/5: Intimate Strangers - 4/5
5/7: The Life Aquatic With Steve Zissou - 5/5
5/8: Star Wars - 5/5
Shutter - 4/5
5/9: Blood Simple - 3/5
5/10: The Tick: The Complete Series - 2/5
Cold Case Files: The Most Infamous Cases - 4/5
5/11: 3 Women - 5/5
5/12: House of Wax (2005) - 1/5
Assault on Precinct 13 (2005) - 4/5
5/13: White Noise - 3/5
5/14: Mean Creek - 4/5
5/16: Faster Pussycat... Kill! Kill! - 5/5
5/18: The Grudge (Unrated) - 4/5
5/19: Overnight - The moral of this story: Don't be an asshat.
5/20: Space Ghost Coast To Coast: Volume 1 - 5/5
5/21: Whale Rider - 5/5
5/22: Kicking & Screaming - 1/5
Skinned Deep - So bad it bordered on genius.
5/23: Team America: World Police - Can't.stop.laughing.
5/24: Frog-g-g! - "Fuck me now Frogman!"
5/25: The Bone Collector - 3/5
5/26: O Brother, Where Art Thou? - 4/5
5/27: Miracles: The Complete Series - 5/5
Get Shorty - 3/5
5/28: Madagascar - 3/5
Alone in the Dark - It's Boll's world. We just live in it.
5/30: M - 4/5
5/31: Predator - 3/5

June

6/1: Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance - 5/5
6/2: The Honeymoon Killers - 4/5
6/3: Devour - 1/5
6/4: Peeping Tom - 4/5
6/5: Hellraiser: Deader - 2.5/5 movie, 1/5 Hellraiser sequel
6/7: Sisters of Death - 1/5 movie, 3.5/5 cheesy goodness
6/8: Scrubs: Season 1 - 5/5 - Big, big love.
Seed of Chucky - 4/5
6/9: Scream Bloody Murder (1973) - 3.5/5, on the cheese curve.
6/10: Battle Royale - 5/5
6/11: Mr. & Mrs. Smith - 100% pure fun.
Boogeyman - 3/5
6/13: Joan of Arcadia: Season 1 - 3/5
6/14: The Night Porter - 4/5
6/15: Millennium: Season 2 - 5/5
Cursed (Uncut) - 3/5 movie, 5/5 Joshua Jackson
6/16: Terror At Tenkiller - 3/5 cheese
6/17: The Last Horror Movie - Loved it or hated it. I can't decide.
6/18: Predator 2 - 4/5
6/19: The Empire Strikes Back - 5/5
Band of Outsiders - 4/5
6/20: Freaks and Geeks: The Complete Series - 5/5
The Strange Vice of Mrs. Wardh - 4/5
6/22: A Lizard In A Woman's Skin - 4/5
6/23: The Ring Virus - 3/5
6/26: Land of the Dead - 3/5
Battlestar Galactica (2004): Season 1 - 5/5
6/27: Sealab 2021: Season 1 - 5/5
What Have You Done to Solange? - 4/5
6/28: The 4400: Season 1 - 4/5
6/29: They Came Back - 4/5
6/30: Nightmare (Gawi) - 4/5, on the camp curve.

July

7/2: Eyes Without A Face - 4/5
7/3: Tru Calling: Season 1 - 4/5
Spiders (2000) - A whole lot of fun.
7/4: Diabolique (1955) - 4.5/5
7/5: In the Mood for Love - 5/5
7/6: Seinfeld: Season 3 - 5/5
Kwaidan - 4/5
7/7: A Very Long Engagement - 3.5/5
7/8: Dark Water (2005) - 4/5
Hide and Seek - 1/5
7/9: Prozac Nation - I really hated this.
7/10: Fantastic Four - 4/5
7/11: Fighting Elegy - 4/5
7/13: Freaked - 4/5
7/14: Urban Legends: Bloody Mary - 2.5/5
7/15: The Case of the Scorpion's Tail - 4/5
7/16: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory - 5/5
Tokyo Drifter - 4.5/5
7/17: Million Dollar Baby - 5/5
7/18: Iron Monkey - 3.5/5
7/19: Aqua Teen Hunger Force: Vol. 3 - 4/5
Memento Mori - 4/5
7/20: Doctor Who (2004): Season 1 - 5/5
7/21: Shock Corridor - Samuel Fuller movies are so amusing.
7/22: Stagefright - 4/5
7/23: The Devil's Rejects - 5/5
Infernal Affairs 2 - 3.5/5
7/24: Monsturd - Don't you hurt my Shitman!
7/25: Hard Rock Zombies - 4/5 cheese
7/26: The Devil's Rejects - 5/5
Dirty Mary, Crazy Larry - 3/5
7/27: Hiroshima Mon Amour - 5/5
7/28: Crocodile (2000) - 3/5 cheese
7/29: Just Before Dawn - I am so happy to have this.
7/30: Crocodile 2: Death Swamp - 3/5 cheese
7/31: The Pretender: Season 1 - 4/5

August

8/1: Constantine - 2.5/5
8/2: Dead Zone: Season 3 - 5/5
Infernal Affairs 3 - 3/5
8/3: Final Stab - Apparently, I like even the worst of slashers.
8/4: Veronica Mars: Season 1 - 5/5
Venomous - Amusing enough
8/5: Sealab 2021: Season 2 - 4/5
Head of the Family - 4/5 cheese
8/6: Kung Fu Hustle - 4/5
8/7: Six Feet Under: Season 3 - 3/5
Race With The Devil - 3/5
8/8: Sleepover Nightmare - 2.5/5 cheese
8/9: Hideous! - 3/5 cheese
8/10: The Dukes of Hazzard - 1/5
Prince of Space (MST Version) - 5/5
8/11: Nightmare at Shadow Woods - That is not cranberry sauce.
8/12: Sky High - 3.5/5
Footballers Wives: Season 1 - 4/5
8/13: Mr. Vampire - 4.5/5
8/14: Frogs (1972) - 3/5 cheese
8/15: The Upside of Anger - 4/5
8/16: Aerobicide - 4/5 cheese
8/17: Rescue Me: Season 1 - 4.5/5
Reptilicus - 3/5 cheese
8/18: The Fearless Vampire Killers - 3/5
8/19: Roller Boogie - Grade A Cheese
8/20: Freaks - 5/5
8/21: Red Eye - 3/5, on the camp curve.
8/22: The Entity - 4.5/5 -
8/23: The Halfway House - 3/5 cheese
8/24: Tru Calling: Season 2 - 4/5
Hercules Unchained (MST Version) - 5/5
8/25: Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law: Season 1 - 4/5
Encounter of the Spooky Kind - 4/5
8/26: March of the Penguins - 5/5
Girls Nite Out - 4/5 cheese
8/27: The Apple - Absolutely Fantastic
8/28: The Ring Two - 1/5
8/29: Campfire Tales - 3/5
8/30: The Dead Next Door - 4/5 cheese
8/31: The Office (USA): Season 1 - 4/5
Rasen - 3/5

September

9/1: Dario Argento's Trauma - 2.5/5
9/2: Man With The Screaming Brain -
9/3: Sin City - 5/5
9/4: Ringu 2 - 3/5
9/5: Bad Girls: Season 1 - 4/5
The Skeleton Key - 4.5/5
Ring 0: Birthday - 5/5
9/6: Dead and Breakfast - Fun, fun, and more fun.
9/8: Hellraiser: Hellworld - 3/5 DTV movie, 1/5 Hellraiser sequel
9/9: Terror Toons - 3/5 cheese
9/10: The Exorcism of Emily Rose - 3/5
9/12: Cure - 4/5
9/13: The Bird with the Crystal Plumage - 4/5
9/14: Titus: Seasons 1 & 2 - 5/5
9/15: Transporter 2 - 3/5 fun
Alone in the Dark (1982) - 4.5/5
9/16: Nobody Knows - 5/5
9/17: The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy - 4/5
9/19: The Backlot Murders - 3/5 cheese
9/20: Crash (2005) - 4.5/5
9/21: Space Ghost Coast To Coast: Volume 2 - 5/5
Wonderfalls: The Complete Series - 5/5
Razor Blade Smile - 2/5 movie, 4/5 fun
9/22: Mindhunters - 4/5
9/23: ER: Season 3 - 5/5
Street Trash - 0/5
9/24: Corpse Bride - 4.5/5
The Resurrected - 3/5
9/25: Lost in Space: Season 1 - 5/5
Lady Terminator - 4/5 cheese
9/26: Long Weekend - 4/5
9/27: The Big Alligator River - 4.5/5 cheese
9/28: The House Where Evil Dwells - 3/5
9/29: The Deadly Spawn - 2.5/5
9/30: Xena: Warrior Princess: Season 4 - 5/5
Monster High - 3.5/5 cheese

October

10/1: Serenity - 5/5
Night Visitor - 2/5
10/2: Branded to Kill - 4.5/5
10/3: Masculin Feminin - 4/5
10/4: Tombs of the Blind Dead - 4.5/5
10/5: Return of the Evil Dead - 4/5
10/6: The Ghost Galleon - Oh the fun I had with this.
Night of the Seagulls - 4/5
10/7: Demon Seed - 4/5
10/8: Cinderella - 5/5
After Midnight - 3/5
10/9: The Innocents (1961) - 5/5
10/10: Your Vice Is A Locked Room And Only I Have The Key - 4.5/5
10/12: Sex & Fury - 5/5
10/13: The Wickeds - 2.5/5 cheese
Dracula A.D. 1972 - 4/5
10/14: Saw (Unrated) - It just gets funnier.
10/15: From a Whisper to a Scream - 3/5
10/16: The Amityville Horror (2005) - 3/5
10/17: Land of the Dead (Unrated) - 3/5
10/18: Frasier: Season 2 - 5/5
Twitch of the Death Nerve - 3.5/5 cheese
10/20: Satan's Little Helper - 1/5
10/21: Arrested Development: Season Two - 4.5/5
A Whisper in the Dark - 4/5
Haute Tension - 5/5

10/22: Dolly Dearest - 3/5 cheese
Dolls - I simply adore this movie.
10/23: Castle of Blood - 4/5
10/24: The Crater Lake Monster - 4/5 cheese
Night of the Lepus - 4/5 cheese
10/25: School Killer - Flawed, but I still enjoyed it.
10/26: Effects - 0/5
10/27: Dario Argento's The Card Player - 3/5
The Fog (2005) - 1.5/5
The Fog (1980) - I never loved it more.
10/28: Children Shouldn't Play with Dead Things - 3/5
Murders in the Rue Morgue (1932) - 5/5
10/29: Three... Extremes - 5/5
Ju-Rei: The Uncanny - 2.5/5
10/30: Demons - 5/5 fun
Sorority House Massacre - 4/5
10/31: Night Of The Demons - 5/5
Halloween -5/5
House Of 1000 Corpses - God damn, motherfucker got blood all over my best clown suit.
The Black Cat - 5/5


November

11/1: Female Yakuza Tale - 3.5/5
Seven Deaths in the Cat's Eye - 3.5/5
11/2: Dead Like Me: Season 2 - 5/5
Strip Nude for Your Killer - 2/5
11/3: Saw II - 4/5
The House With Laughing Windows - 3/5
11/4: The Devil's Rejects - 5/5
11/5: The Devil's Rejects (with commentary) - 5/5
30 Days in Hell: The Making of The Devil's Rejects - 5/5
11/6: The Raven (1935) - 5/5
11/7: The Brak Show: Season 1 - 4/5
Ong-Bak: The Thai Warrior - 4/5
11/8: The Demon - 3/5 cheese
11/9: Undead - 3.5/5
11/10: Koma - 4.5/5
11/11: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory - 5/5
The Exorcist - 5/5
11/12: That '70s Show: Season 2 - 5/5
Dumplings - 4.5/5
11/13: Tomie: Rebirth - 2/5
11/14: The Descent - 4/5
11/15: Batman Begins - 4.5/5
11/16: Quicksilver Highway - 3.5/5
11/17: Bloody Birthday - 4/5 cheese
The Horrible Doctor Bones - 3/5 cheese
11/18: Gilmore Girls: Season 3 - 5/5
The OC: Season 2 - 3/5
11/19: Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire - 5/5
Exorcist II: The Heretic - 1/5
11/20: Exorcist 3 - 3/5
11/21: Sealab 2021: Season 3 - 4/5
Lightning Bug - 4/5
11/22: Le Samourai - 4/5
11/23: The Invisible Ray (1936) - 5/5
Venus In Furs - 4.5/5
11/24: Return of the Jedi - 5/5
Secrets of a Call Girl - 3/5
11/25: The Wizard of Oz - 5/5
Black Friday (1940) - 4/5
11/26: Mr. & Mrs. Smith - 5/5
11/27: Exorcist: The Beginning - 3/5
11/28: The Gingerdead Man - 3.5/5 cheese
Final Terror - 3/5 cheese
11/29: Bangkok Haunted - 3.5/5
11/30: Boo - 3/5

December

12/1: Undeclared: The Complete Series - 3/5
Doll Graveyard - 3.5/5 cheese
12/2: El Arte de Morir - 3/5
12/3: House: Season 1 - 4.5/5
Wild Zero - 4/5
12/4: Dominion: Prequel to the Exorcist - 2/5
12/5: The Big Lebowski - 5/5
12/6: Scrubs: Season 2 - 5/5
War of the Worlds (2005) - 3.5/5
12/7: He Loves Me, He Loves Me Not - 4.5/5
12/8: The Janitor - 1/5
Omen (2003) - 3/5
12/9: Delinquent Girl Boss - Worthless to Confess - Fun times
12/10: The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe - 5/5
Criminal Woman: Killing Melody - **Slap**
12/11: Tales from the Crypt: Season 1 - 5/5
Girl Boss Guerilla - **Catfight*
12/12: Terrifying Girls' High School - Lynch Law Classroom - Don't get uptight. It's just a sex check.
The Beat That My Heart Skipped - 3.5/5
12/13: Heebie Jeebies - 1.5/5
12/14: The Cabinet of Caligari - 4/5
12/15: King Kong (2005) - 4/5
12/16: Devil Dog: Hound of Hell - 3.5/5
12/17: Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King - 4/5
12/18: The Night Stalker (1972) - 4/5
12/19: The Night Strangler (1973) - 4/5
12/20: Fantastic Four - 4/5
Black Torment - 2.5/5
12/21: Cry_Wolf - 3/5
12/22: Sky High - 3.5/5
Midnight - 1/5
12/23: Spider-Man - 5/5
12/24: Elf - 4.5/5
Silent Night, Deadly Night - 5/5
12/25: Powerpuff Girls - Twas the Fight Before Christmas - 4/5
Badder Santa - 5/5
12/27: Creep - 2.5/5
12/28: Creepozoids - 3/5 cheese
The Island - 4/5
12/29: Blood and Black Lace - 3/5
12/30: Herbie: Fully Loaded - 4/5 cheese
Murderball - 4/5
12/31: New Year's Evil - 5/5 cheese

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