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SharonLynette 8th June 2012 09:08 PM

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Originally Posted by Slippery Jack (Post 248946)
...apart from Craig Charles . . .

no, no, nooo, he wasn't bad at all. Saying that I did fancy him at the time and watching it again these days it all looks a bit ropey. Which is how I like it.

artisturn 8th June 2012 09:25 PM

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Best Buy had these and a few other blu-ray steelbooks on sale last week for $14.99 each, This week the same steelbooks are on sale for $9.99 each and the fact I also received a twenty dollar tip helped sway me into this purchase.

Now just need to pick up a blu-ray player ,which I plan on doing once I get married.

Nosferatu@Cult Labs 9th June 2012 10:36 AM

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Originally Posted by Gojirosan (Post 248948)
Plenty of awful people in it. But in the case of Ghostwatch it makes it work, I think.

It is the only way I would willingly watch anything with Craig Charles, Sarah Green or Mike Smith...

You're not a fan of Red Dwarf then?!

I've never seen a single episode of Ghostwatch, so don't know what I'm missing.

Gojirosan 9th June 2012 10:43 AM

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Originally Posted by Nosferatu@Cult Labs (Post 249090)
You're not a fan of Red Dwarf then?!

I've never seen a single episode of Ghostwatch, so don't know what I'm missing.

No, I've never liked Red Dwarf.

Ghostwatch was a one off mockumentary ghost horror TV film/play that caused a bit of a kerfuffle ( la Welles's "War Of The Worlds") back on Hallowe'en night in 1992. Well worth tracking down and watching. People were genuinely terrified and thought it was real!

SharonLynette 9th June 2012 12:28 PM

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Originally Posted by Nosferatu@Cult Labs (Post 249090)
You're not a fan of Red Dwarf then?!

I've never seen a single episode of Ghostwatch, so don't know what I'm missing.

You must check it out on Youtube. It was a one off, BBC mockumentary television show, using popular presenters and stars of the day. A lot of people thought it was real which was the amazing thing. It aired on Halloween 1992, there was a lot of controversy after it aired, a lot of people took it to be real and sadly there was one reported suicide. I would encourage you to check it out, although it looks ropey by the standards today it was really a special TV occurrence.

Slippery Jack 9th June 2012 12:33 PM

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Originally Posted by SharonLynette (Post 249138)
I would encourage you to check it out, although it looks ropey by the standards today it was really a special TV occurrence.

I think some of the ghost stuff still holds up. Those well orchestrated glimpses of Pipes are genuinely creepy! Parky at the end not so much :shocked: . . .

fuzzymctiger 9th June 2012 12:48 PM

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So i was out at a shopping center seeing Dark Shadows for the second time with a friend, and i thought id pop into my local JB Hi Fi, and i picked up the Army Of Darkness Necronomicon for $40!! :high5:

The books fits perfectly with the shape and style of the other 2 once out of the box. The pages are great and in the tradition of the others. The set is essentially dual format, with the Theatrical Blu Ray, Theatrical DVD, and the Directors DVD. Absolutely thrilled to have this. :rockon:

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Slippery Jack 9th June 2012 12:56 PM

hehe, I take it back, the packaging actually looks pretty cool when placed next to the other two . . .

damek 9th June 2012 01:12 PM

Pictures & Photos from Ghostwatch - IMDb

haha that shit is with 'the donald'. lol.

SharonLynette 9th June 2012 02:11 PM

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Originally Posted by Slippery Jack (Post 249143)
I think some of the ghost stuff still holds up. Those well orchestrated glimpses of Pipes are genuinely creepy! Parky at the end not so much :shocked: . . .

Oh I don't know, I still have chills whenever I see an Axa insurance advert. :eek:


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