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  2. Faerie Tanith

    Films watched in 2019

    I watched several early 2000s movies for the first time so far this year. 13 Going On 30 and Legally Blonde to name a couple (because I've genuinely forgotten what else).
  3. Today
  4. Queen_Sindel

    LFCC 2019

    maxcat, you haven't seen anything because I hid that post within 2 minutes. Posts that are against the Forum rules are being hidden, and I just happened to be on when this one was posted. greatscott: You violated the forum rules. That goes with a penalty. That Kind of Post is not allowed, no matter what. "It's my opinion" is not a reason for the mods to leave it on when the Forum rules say you can't post it. I explained very detailed in the warning. I took the time to have a friend help me translate the whole explanation of the warning in Italian. Last time when People explained Things to you in English you kept saying you didn't understand. So I was trying to be nice. That text does pop up with the warning, and it was quite long. Don't do it again and we are fine.
  5. Pinhead1987

    Who are you meeting!?

    So far for as im a massive horror fan it's C j Graham - Jason from Friday the 13th Jason Lives David Naughton - An American werewolf in London. Roll on more horror guest.
  6. Pinhead1987

    LATEST GUEST ANNOUNCEMENT - C J GRAHAM

    Photoshoot booked for the Sunday roll on some more horror guests maybe even Alice Cooper
  7. Chris1970

    Countdown!

  8. Yesterday
  9. Bumper8

    Films watched in 2019

    Snowpiercer (2013) After a climate disaster triggers a global ice age, the last remnants of humanity live onboard a train that never stops. The 3rd class passengers live in squalor in the rear carriages while those at front have a life of luxury. But revolution is in the air... The cast includes John Hurt, Chris Evans and Tilda Swinton. Highly recommended.
  10. maxcat

    LFCC 2019

    @Greatscott17 there would have been a note with your Penalty explaining y you've received it. As far as I'm aware I haven't seen anything which u've posted which may have caused offence,
  11. Great guest, need on my Firefly poster. Shame I can't go but, that's what the pre-order service is for
  12. The Friendly Dalek

    My huge Doctor Who episode marathon.

    Doctor Who: The Movie- Over the years I've seen many people bash this one, but I really like it. Sylvester McCoy is given one of the most visually interesting and unique regenerations in my opinion, and I also love what causes it. The 7th Doctor was the mastermind, who was always one step ahead of his enemies, which is why I love that he is killed in such a simple way as being gunned down by a street gang. It is such a small and unpredictable event, which is why I think it was the perfect way for this Doctor to go, as it was something that he could not foresee and act against. Paul McGann is incredible in this story. He is perfect as The Doctor and has arguably one of the strongest debuts in the role of any actor who has played the character to date, which is why it is such a shame that this is his only televised story. Big Finish have thankfully saved this Doctor and made him one of my favourites, and in this story McGann shows that he understands the character and knows how to play him. I wish McGann got more to do on television, but the one performance he gave us was an incredible one. Daphne Ashbrook plays a wonderful companion as Grace, and her chemistry with McGann is excellent. I am also a fan of Eric Roberts as The Master. For most of the movie, he plays it straight and has some excellent lines, and is intimidating in some scenes, which I love. Unfortunately he becomes very over the top towards the end of the story, which doesn't work at all. When I think of The Master I think of someone smart and subdued, who can snap at any moment but is serious for the most part. This is why I prefer the performances of Roger Delgado, Geoffrey Beevers, Alex Macqueen etc to John Simm and Michelle Gomez. Don't get me wrong, I love every interpretation of the character, and all the actors are fantastic, but I personally think that Simm and Gomez are too over the top for my taste. The other supporting cast aren't that great or memorable to be honest. The story itself also isn't that exciting or interesting. The dialogue is good for the most part but there are issues. This story is the clear genesis of many things which have come to be recognised as traits of the modern era of Who, such as action sequences (the motorcycle chase is the one which sticks out the most), the huge TARDIS interior (the central control room is far larger than has been up to this point), The Doctor kissing his companion and so on. This story feels for the most part like the perfect mixture of Classic and New Who. Overall- 7/10. And here we are, the Classic era is finished, and next up is the very first episode of Doctor Who that I ever watched, Rose.
  13. tbg

    Guest Suggestions

    some cast from Anna and the Apocalypse https://www.imdb.com/title/tt6433880/ would have been awsome, mostly Ella Hunt
  14. AlanEParle1983

    Guest Suggestions

    Still loads on my list though so any would be cool
  15. natedammit

    Films watched in 2019

    I just finished watching Unsane and I had to come straight on here to say how much I hated it. I hated it a lot.
  16. Daniel

    Comedy

    Mayim Bialik (The Big Bang Theory & Blossom) Mena Suvari (American Pie, American Beauty & Sugar & Spice) Rachel Bilson (Hart of Dixie, Chuck & How I Met Your Mother) Zooey Deschanel (New Girl, 500 Days of Summer, Almost Famous & Hitchickers Guide to the Galaxy) Katherine Heigl (Suits, Knocked Up & 27 Dresses) Breckin Meyer (Franklin & Bash, Clueless, Robot Chicken & Road Trip) Jayma Mays (Glee, Heroes, Ugly Betty & The Millers) Paige Moss (Beverly Hills 90210, Its All Relative & Can’t Hardly Wait) Amanda Seyfried (Ted 2, Mamma Mia, Mean Girls & Gringo) Emma Roberts (Scream Queens & We’re The Millers) Joseph Lawrence (Melissa & Joey and Blossom) Autumn Reeser (No Ordinary Family) Alicia Silverstone (Clueless, Surburgatory, Miss Match, Scooby Doo 2, Vamps & Beauty Shop)
  17. Matt Thornton

    LATEST GUEST ANNOUNCEMENT - ROBERT CARLYLE

    Once payday hits, I'm booking a Diamond Pass!
  18. BenUK1989

    Guest Suggestions

    Amanda Tapping Claudia Black Felicia Day Ron Pearlman Katey Sagal Patrick Stewart
  19. Abigail94

    Who are you meeting!?

    Hopefully if I can with no diamond pass on a Sunday Robert Carlyle Lana Parilla Emilie de Ravin
  20. Kurdamoni

    Who are you meeting!?

    For the moment (still debating wether or not I'm going) - Robert Carlyle
  21. Readie19

    Guest Suggestions

    Can we get Jon Bernthal, Charlie cox, Deborah Ann Woll and Krysten Ritter :)
  22. Peter Capaldi Fan

    Guest Suggestions

    John Malkovich
  23. Queen_Sindel

    LATEST GUEST ANNOUNCEMENT - ROBERT CARLYLE

    Guys? Please let this explanation stand as it is. Remember no discussion of other events. It's too much if the event can be found on Google with the details. Sometimes this really happens with three words or less.
  24. Dexmc

    Guest Suggestions

    With Jason Momoa being announced again I would love to see Gal Gadot and the rest of the DC characters (henry cavill)
  25. Matthew Bleming

    Guest Suggestions

    Alice Krige
  26. JediJosh

    Guest Suggestions

    Can you please get Melissa Benoist. I know most cons she gets announced for she cancels right before, but who knows this might be the con she actually attends.
  27. Daniel

    Guest Suggestions

    Melissa Joan Hart (Melissa & Joey, Sabrina the Teenage Witch & Clarissa) Robert Pattinson (Twilight, Harry Potter & Water for Elephants) David Lascher (Sabrina the Teenage Witch, Blossom & Clueless) Fab Filippo (Buffy, Detentionaire, The Dating Guy, Being Erica, Guidestones & Delilah & Julius) Clea Duval (Heroes, American Horror Story, The Faculty, Argo, The Event & Zodiac) Jenna Von Oy (Blossom, The Parkers & Doctor Dolittle 3)
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