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13 July 2007 @ 10:21 pm
Yeah, House of Wax really is shit isn't it?

Switched it off after five minutes, sorry, not even Jared could keep me watching...

However, Wrong Turn is surprisingly good - and not as gory as I expected. Although it's gory enough, I was going on the memory of Gil and smileawhile's faces whilst they watched it and I played hostess by getting the pizza and popcorn. The bit where they're under the table? Does it make me seem jaded to say I've seen much worse?

Wicker Man is, as always, awesome. (Director's Cut,  original, not the decidedly dodgy sounding remake of 05? 06? something like that!)

tries to stave off Wrong Turn crossover fic bunnies...

Not sure what's up next. In front of me I have Devour, The Crow, Pinata, Vampires, The Exorcist, Donnie Darko (which I have yet to watch sober and tonight will not break that run) and Cube. In which someone gets cut into little itty squares (or cubes, if you will) in the first minute. Graphically. On screen. And David Hewlett (SGA's Rodney MacKay) *almost* makes it to the end of the film... but not quite. I will decide after one more beer methinks.
(Oh! INAP peeps - there's a story I haven't yet validated or knocked back in the archive, it's... *that* one. (not the one that had Liz on the white hot rage, but the one we've been debating with each new part). I haven't had the time to take a proper look at it but I want to go over each part - so for the rota person next week (Nemo, I think?) Leave that one - I'll have it resolved one way or another this weekend.)

(And I'll stop spamming my flist soon - I promise!)

ETA OOOO!! Edited to change my icon, because though I have this in keywords a Faith//million lies - it's actually Jessie from Wrong Turn. I was running out of time in an icon challenge (maybe iconfic150 which vanished and took my 50 fics with it when the maintainer deleted the comm?) and had to use the pictures I had on my laptop, including the Wrong Turn promo pics...

ETA (hey, I can still HTml code after 9 Stellas! Yay!) Does anyone who knew me in say... 1993/4/5/6 remember what it was I used to sing whilst drunk? I was thinking it was "You've got a friend" (The Wetx3 version, not the Carole King version, but that's not right. It's a Wets cover song, I remember that much. But right now the only thing I've got the lyrics for are the first two verses and choruses of Van Morrison's "Stoned Me" (which shows up on my Last.fm page as Full Force Gale for some reason...). smileawhile? Remember Mharie's birthday when you all threw water over me after I was demonstating majorette routines in the corridor of the Halls of Residence? What song was I singing at the top of my lungs whilst ensconced under Annwen's desk?

third edit *grins* yeah, so it's "I Feel Fine". "Baby's good to me, you know, he's happy as can be, you know, he said so. He said so... and I'm in love with him and I feel fine..." (Which Wet Wet Wet - amy_star_ they're probably the answer to my musical secret question - only did live at the Big Day, a 1989 charity fundraiser in Glasgow organised to raise money for Shelter (homeless charity).)

*drunken grin* I'm going to bed now, I will stop spamming you. I swear.
Current Mood: amusedamused
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the girl who used to dance on fire and brimstone: spn//ellen/drink to that - mewhiskyinmind on July 13th, 2007 09:54 pm (UTC)
Next Winchester Day I'm totally doing the Zombie movie thing!

Did you see jetpack_monkey gave me some horror film recs in one of my many other posts today? He's a dude who knows what he's talking about. (*grins at Nate, who will probably end up reading this...)

I'm quite happy I don't have a credit card right now, because the fact that my DVD player's not working means my computer's playing all my DVDs right now (yay for being graphically inclined and having a kick-ass monitor!) so I could be tempted to buy pretty much every film I've had rec'd to me today just because I'm online, I've had a few beers and a lot of strawberry laces - and strawberry strips. How do they make sugar sour? Like on fizzy cola bottles and strawberry strips? It's probably some horrible chemical process that will sicken me if I find out... so I'll just go back to watching Cube I think... *g*
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the girl who used to dance on fire and brimstone: steve carlson - dawnydieselwhiskyinmind on July 13th, 2007 10:05 pm (UTC)
Get the region 1 DVD with the commentary - of Cube that is - you can't get it in the shops but watch eBay. That's how I got it (on the rec of a girl at work who's a huge DH fan).


*pets pretty zombie!Steve....*
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the girl who used to dance on fire and brimstone: text//DUDE!!!! - wenchpixiewhiskyinmind on July 13th, 2007 11:22 pm (UTC)

well it's true.

Seriously man, you're like my yoda when it comes to the kinda films I should have seen in my youth (if it hadn't been for one of my frineds being a complete chicken and making us switch off Poltergeist before the end, resulting in me ever-so-slightly freaked out by large mirrors to this day...)

Body Snatcher, on the list. Check.


yeah... Stella Artois may claim to be reassuringly expensive, but since they were the only beer in the fridge on offer (and therefore the beer I bought), they are evil.
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the girl who used to dance on fire and brimstone: dw//d&m/share it with me - jetpackmonkeywhiskyinmind on July 13th, 2007 11:52 pm (UTC)

s'all true.