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  • in reply to: S.H.I.E.L.D. Behind the scenes youtube vid #78122
    theFrey
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    The guy in the vid needs to be shot. Jerk.

     

    in reply to: DragonCon 2013 #78120
    theFrey
    Participant

    I doubt it, I haven’t heard from her in a long time.

    in reply to: Whedon still pushing for Firefly (Sci Fi News) #78117
    theFrey
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    Naw, he needs to stick to making sure Loki is in enough sequels.

     

    in reply to: DC Comics and Marvel – Not superheroes! #78116
    theFrey
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    Well that is just plain dumb. What about sub shops who have been offering superhero samwhiches for like forever. Bleh!

    Although I did love the Avengers…. Just saying.

    in reply to: Dark Shadows – Johnny Depp Version #78107
    theFrey
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    Well Saddy, that alone should tell you how bad it is. No buzz. None. Zip. Nada.

    in reply to: Dark Shadows – Johnny Depp Version #78100
    theFrey
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    In a way it might be best that Johnathan Frid died before the movie came out. He would have been so disapointed.

     

    in reply to: Help me remember an old tv show #78099
    theFrey
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    Well I was glad to see that Lexx at least made the cut. 😀 78) Lexx (1997-2002)
    Weird and completely off-the-wall, Lexx starred Michael McManus as Kai, an undead, emotionless assassin and Eva Habermann (later Xenia Seeberg) as love slave Zev, and began as a series of TV movies. The crew of organic spaceship Lexx battle a hostile insect race while getting their rocks off and satisfying their other appetites. More European in its approach, Lexx found a firm fanbase, but failed to make much mainstream impact.

    in reply to: Dark Shadows – Johnny Depp Version #78095
    theFrey
    Participant

    I haven’t heard anyone talking about it. Sad really.

    in reply to: SadCAST Season 2 Planned #78082
    theFrey
    Participant

    Yes that is him, the Atlanta one.

     

    theFrey
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    Well I occassionally watch his "Last nerve" show, and he is fairly entertaining. Of course anyone in the biz as long as he has been has just got to have a ton of stories and experiences to chat about.

    in reply to: Tangled – the movie, not -my- hair. #78056
    theFrey
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    Oh momma, I have got to get me one of these! 

    Ha!

    I do know from personal experience that many people who think they are [email protected] will stay clear of a cast iron skillet welding female.

     

    in reply to: Terry Pratchett’s Going Postal Movie #78044
    theFrey
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    A bit yes. I was the most disapointed in the Winged Hat. I thought it should be goldy. And I don’t even remember him in an Eldorado-or-what suit. Hummmmm.. I guess I will have to wait for the dvd to be released here to double check. They took it off you-tube. 😛

     

     

    theFrey
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    Well, a movie would be great. 

    But sadly a movie would require an active and growing fan base. Which would require a heavy roation of the epidodes on one or more channels. Which we don’t have, and haven’t had for a long while.

    I do wonder if Lexx will ever be going into re-run rotation. 🙁

    in reply to: Lasik Spam Link deleted on a Lexx Page #78041
    theFrey
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    Just found more by another poster buried in the ‘If you could leap for a day’ thread. What is going on? This one was for a property management company.

    Tony can we get access to the membershiplists again? Or do we have it and I am not looking in the right place?  I would be intrested in who joined near these two and if they are spamming links also.

     

    in reply to: How much Sci Fi do you like to soak up? #78037
    theFrey
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    I’ve been to several conventions over the years. Some minor, some gamer, some major. I do watch good sci-fi. ie… nothing with Kevin Sorbo in it.

    Authors? I like McMasters Bujold, Phillip Dick, L. E. Modesitt Jr., Charles Stross and when I was much younger John Christoper who wrote the Tripod Series.

    Fortunately, my younger brother who lived with me for many years  is also a sci-fi fan. So we had in house sci-fi geek support. 😀

    in reply to: Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides #78020
    theFrey
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    No. Worse luck, it was inside locked up. So I got a raincheck. Bummer it was for a movie location not anywhere near my house (close to my bf’s friend) so we whined that we was unlikely to ever come this far again.The manager lady gave us each a second one for a guest. 

    in reply to: The Royal Wedding #78019
    theFrey
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    Well I don’t think that was a propblem for these types of hats. They appear to be welded to their heads for the duration. ;D

     

    in reply to: The Royal Wedding #78014
    theFrey
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    No, but it was a great hat.

    in reply to: Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides #78013
    theFrey
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    Can you believe. Five minutes into the d*mn film and the fire alarm went off. They evacuated the place and shut down for the rest of the night. 🙁
    in reply to: The Fifth Element #78007
    theFrey
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    Yea the recreation scene was good. The smirky doc was wonderful. But I also liked the general, he added a nice bit of humour whenever he was on screen.

    It’s a shame about him though. Brion James, the general,  gave an interview in Aug of 99, one of the things that he spoke of was that the main ‘baddies’ like Gene Hackman and some of the others were in their sixty’s. He was hoping as they shlowed down he would get bigger parts. He died later that month. 🙁

     

    in reply to: The Royal Wedding #78001
    theFrey
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    Did you see, Princess Beatrice is going to auction off…. THE HAT. 😀

     

    Seems like a good sport about the whole thing. ;D

    in reply to: The Fifth Element #78000
    theFrey
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    I had read years ago that the director was concerned that Chris Tucker would refuse to wear the Ruby Rod get ups.  So he had some even more outrageous sketches and costumes made and shown to Mr. Tucker .
     
    Apparently Chris was so glad when they decided not to use the dresses and to go with the jumpsuit outfits that he didn’t even complain about the weird hair.
    in reply to: The Royal Wedding #77996
    theFrey
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    The dress was okay. Not ground breaking but a welcome change from the hochie-momma strapless ones we have seen so much of lately.

    I thought that Beatrice looked pretty good in her beige outfit. Weird hat and all. It framed her face just beautifly.

    I wasn’t as big a fan of her sisters outfit, but it did show off her legs nicely, which seem to be her best feature.

    The Head to toe kingfisher blue outfit? Should have lost the gloves. I have no clue what they were made from, but reminded me of something Dexter or his mom would wear.

    Does that Beckham woman ever smile?

    in reply to: Joined With The Wrong Name! #77995
    theFrey
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    Just rejoin with your new name.

    Oh. And welcome to Sadgeezer.com 😀

    in reply to: Happy Easter everyone! #77990
    theFrey
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    Ha! Hollow chocolate not so popular here except with kiddos.

    Tis a time honored tradition for the parental units to sneak the ears off the solid chocolate bunnies before the kids get to them.

    in reply to: Happy Easter everyone! #77988
    theFrey
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    I hope so. Is it not a fact that the ears are the best tasting part of an easter bunny?

     

    in reply to: Is this forum still alive? #77984
    theFrey
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    Welcome, welcome.

    I am sure Tony will do right by the new pages. 😀

    in reply to: Happy Easter everyone! #77981
    theFrey
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    Happy Easter to all. May your bunnies still have their ears on when you awake!

    in reply to: Tangled – the movie, not -my- hair. #77974
    theFrey
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    I got my DVD. Squeeeeeeeeeeeeee!

    How fun is this. I have watched it three times already. I am to the point where I can notice details and little throwaways. very good, very cute, very funny. 😀

    P.s. Still love Max the horse-puppy!

    in reply to: Lexx revival #77970
    theFrey
    Participant

    Geeeeeze.

    in reply to: Tangled – the movie, not -my- hair. #77963
    theFrey
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    It was worth it if only for the Skillet Skills displayed.

    I don’t recall any talking animals. A horse with an attitude perhaps, but just snorts and huffs on occassion, no equine breaking into song or anything.

    in reply to: Being Human – Syfy #77962
    theFrey
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    American Version.

    I tried to watch the Brit version, which is available on channel 886 or something, but just could not get into it.

    Yea, I am still watching it. But…. perhaps we need to refer to it as Being Human Brit or Being Human Ameri. Because they are pretty different and not really the same show.

    in reply to: Star Wars #77961
    theFrey
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    Helloooooo. Marketing. You don’t get to be a ga-zillionaire without a bit of marketing.

    And since the Star Wars franchise was really the start of the toy-book-games-printed bed sheets marketing as we know it today…..

    Sometimes it may take a cute fuzzy alien to make enough money to get the next picture made. 😀

    in reply to: The Fifth Element #77960
    theFrey
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    I rewatch this at least every couple of months. It really picks up for me when they are in the air/spac port. From there to the end it just never stops. 😀

    in reply to: Lexx DVDs sadly too pricey #77959
    theFrey
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    I got my first set of VHS from Ebay. Might be a better bet. Or try your local version of Half.com

    in reply to: SciFi Holy Grail #77958
    theFrey
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    Wierdly, I was looking this up just yesterday.

    The American Max Headroom Tv show, that was based on ’20 minutes into the Future’ was released on DVD by Shout! Factory on August 10, 2010. It sadly does not contain the original 20 Minutes Into the Future film. No doubt due to the tangled rights Saddy was referring to.  However the original high def tapes have been lost, so it is only a standard def dvd.

     

     

    in reply to: Site Reconstruction #77948
    theFrey
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    Well Saddy, you know if anyone was going to bring it to your attention it would be me. 🙂 I NEVER suffer in silence. 😉

    in reply to: Site Reconstruction #77943
    theFrey
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    I’m blaming all my typo’s on it.  Well perhaps not all, but it is hard to check your typing with they text greyed out and box lines getting in the way.

    in reply to: Site Reconstruction #77938
    theFrey
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    What is this annoying translucent box thingy that covers the new posting area and takes forever to get rid of so you can post? It is like the post above extends down to the save preview buttons. You have to wave the mouse all over the place to make it go away…. which only works sometimes. Or carfully click on the far left of the posting area to the tiny sliver that is not cover and start tyinping. That works, but you can barely read what you are typing as it is slightly obsured byt the the afore said translucent box thingy.

    in reply to: Being Human – Syfy #77937
    theFrey
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    Hey nothing wrong with Soap Operas. One of my all time favs was the Original Dark Shadows. It ran for a zillion eps. I joined in just as Barabas went to the past to find out about Quention’s problem.  I watched it for years after school and bought my first vcr so I could record it. 😀

    in reply to: Lots of TV shows that look interesting #77936
    theFrey
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    Also my viewing habits have drastically changed in the last five years or so. Much less television watching for me.

    in reply to: Site Reconstruction #77927
    theFrey
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    I check in and respond to newer posts as I can. But honestly, I don’t watch much TV these days so I am not up on the latest shows.

    I never even finished watching season three of True Blood. They kept changing to story line. I just couldn’t  get into it. I deleted them from my dvr. ;p

    in reply to: Being Human – Syfy #77926
    theFrey
    Participant

    No but my husband might! 😀 Of course since new body would doubtless be an improvement over current model, he most likely would stay quiet about it. 😉

    in reply to: Desk Top Death 6-12-10 #77923
    theFrey
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    Well I did end up with a gamer computer. I got an Asus – Essentio Desktop with Intel i5 Processor, 8gb mem. I hear the video card is crap, but crap is also subjective, this is supposity a gamer comp, not high end mind you, but gamer none the less. And gamers are notorious for wanting vid cards with tons of on board mem and stuff like that. So it might suit me just fine for now. The case is a throw back to the olden days and is monsterous to accomidate the gamer love of upgrading. Much easier to install memory, boards and drives in a large case, as opposed to the new slimmer ones they are using now adays. Seriously large case, you could almost bury bodies in this thing. :p

     

    in reply to: Being Human – Syfy #77922
    theFrey
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    Hey, I am old and married.

    Staying in is what I do these days. lol!

    in reply to: Tangled – the movie, not -my- hair. #77920
    theFrey
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    I cannot be the only Sadgeezer to have seen this.

    The skillet bit was classic. theMother would have been a big fan of the Frying Pan defense moves. 😀 She wielded a mean skillet herself.

    in reply to: Being Human – Syfy #77919
    theFrey
    Participant

    Yep, that sounds like it. How long did it run there?

    in reply to: The Groundhog DID NOT see his shadow! #77918
    theFrey
    Participant

    Steelers going to the Superbowl is not sci-fi, it is inevitable!

    Go Steelers, Highway to Seven!

    in reply to: Is this forum still alive? #77911
    theFrey
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    With totally snazzy new graphics. Very snazzy new graphics! 😀

    in reply to: Is this forum still alive? #77909
    theFrey
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    Rubs paddle’s and moves in a bit closer.

    *CLEAR!*

     

     

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