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Paul Kersey of usenet

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Date: Apr 15, 2008
RE: Subliminal messages in rock


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Sometimes... I also hear weird stuff during KISS' "Beth."

"Baphomet, I hear you callin', but I can't come home right now..."






That's not the scary song off of Destroyer. The great expectations is dripping with evil. Way more than Blow on the Jug from Sabotage.  



That song could had worked as The Omen soundtrack. The use of childrens' choir in rock and roll is unsettling. That happened also with Angel Witch from the NWOBHM scene.






   The first Omen movie had haunting music. When the nanny jumped off the roof was unsettling.



That's one movie scene that kids shouldn't see during a birthday party. One of the few movies which should have warning stickers to it. The cannibal movies and splatter movies never bothered me when I was a teenager, but Omen really disturbed me. One of the most sinister movies. Stanley Kubrick's "The Shining" annoyed me also. I don't know where they found that hotel, but it has this eerie and hollow atmosphere.



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Nope wrote:

Dusthead wrote:

Nope wrote:

Dusthead wrote:

Nope wrote:

Sometimes... I also hear weird stuff during KISS' "Beth."

"Baphomet, I hear you callin', but I can't come home right now..."






That's not the scary song off of Destroyer. The great expectations is dripping with evil. Way more than Blow on the Jug from Sabotage.  



That song could had worked as The Omen soundtrack. The use of childrens' choir in rock and roll is unsettling. That happened also with Angel Witch from the NWOBHM scene.






   The first Omen movie had haunting music. When the nanny jumped off the roof was unsettling.



That's one movie scene that kids shouldn't see during a birthday party. One of the few movies which should have warning stickers to it. The cannibal movies and splatter movies never bothered me when I was a teenager, but Omen really disturbed me. One of the most sinister movies. Stanley Kubrick's "The Shining" annoyed me also. I don't know where they found that hotel, but it has this eerie and hollow atmosphere.







   The Shining hotel was in Colorado maybe. Critics blasted Jack for overacting in that movie. He went insane too quickly for the audience to understand why.



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Paul Kersey of usenet

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Date: Apr 17, 2008

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   The Shining hotel was in Colorado maybe. Critics blasted Jack for overacting in that movie. He went insane too quickly for the audience to understand why.



I've talked with my aunt and her husband about this movie. They're both huge fans of Stephen King and neither of them don't like the Kubrick's version. I thought the Kubrick's version was just really eerie. I saw it when I was seven years old and it freaked me out. Stanley Kubrick was always very good with colors and furniture and architecture. He obviously knew what was uncomfortable.



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I love the Omen too. The new one wasn't bad but I have to wonder why they made it. I can only hope it was because the two original sequels sucked and they wanted to improve on those.

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The Shining hotel was in Colorado maybe. Critics blasted Jack for overacting in that movie. He went insane too quickly for the audience to understand why.

 




 LOL It's because the audience didn't realize he wasn't acting! They didn't see One Flew Over The CooCoo's Nest?



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Favorite Jack Nicholson movies


iBeaux wrote:

Dusthead wrote:





The Shining hotel was in Colorado maybe. Critics blasted Jack for overacting in that movie. He went insane too quickly for the audience to understand why.





 LOL It's because the audience didn't realize he wasn't acting! They didn't see One Flew Over The CooCoo's Nest?



Great movie, but my favorite flick from Jack Nicholson is Chinatown. Moody atmosphere and I didn't expect the plot twist in the end.



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Date: Apr 21, 2008
RE: Subliminal messages in rock


iBeaux wrote:

Dusthead wrote:





The Shining hotel was in Colorado maybe. Critics blasted Jack for overacting in that movie. He went insane too quickly for the audience to understand why.





 LOL It's because the audience didn't realize he wasn't acting! They didn't see One Flew Over The CooCoo's Nest?








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Date: Apr 21, 2008

Nope wrote:

iBeaux wrote:

Dusthead wrote:





The Shining hotel was in Colorado maybe. Critics blasted Jack for overacting in that movie. He went insane too quickly for the audience to understand why.





 LOL It's because the audience didn't realize he wasn't acting! They didn't see One Flew Over The CooCoo's Nest?



Great movie, but my favorite flick from Jack Nicholson is Chinatown. Moody atmosphere and I didn't expect the plot twist in the end.







All that I remember from Chinatown was Roman knifing Jacks nose and they cut it for T.V.



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Paul Kersey of usenet

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Date: Apr 21, 2008

Dusthead wrote:

Nope wrote:

iBeaux wrote:

 LOL It's because the audience didn't realize he wasn't acting! They didn't see One Flew Over The CooCoo's Nest?



Great movie, but my favorite flick from Jack Nicholson is Chinatown. Moody atmosphere and I didn't expect the plot twist in the end.







All that I remember from Chinatown was Roman knifing Jacks nose and they cut it for T.V.



Thankfully I saw the uncut version. The movie wasn't that gory, but it's not something I would recommend to everybody. It's part of the film noir genre, which I enjoy quite a bit. The sequel "The Two Jakes" wasn't quite as good.



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Date: Apr 22, 2008

Nope wrote:

Dusthead wrote:

Nope wrote:

iBeaux wrote:

 LOL It's because the audience didn't realize he wasn't acting! They didn't see One Flew Over The CooCoo's Nest?



Great movie, but my favorite flick from Jack Nicholson is Chinatown. Moody atmosphere and I didn't expect the plot twist in the end.







All that I remember from Chinatown was Roman knifing Jacks nose and they cut it for T.V.



Thankfully I saw the uncut version. The movie wasn't that gory, but it's not something I would recommend to everybody. It's part of the film noir genre, which I enjoy quite a bit. The sequel "The Two Jakes" wasn't quite as good.







    Do you get the Turner Classic Movie channel in your land? Some of the movies they show are really good. No commercials also. Alfred Hitch**** made some very interesting ones. Vertigo, Rear Window and Dial M For Murder I watched all the way thru. They were not like newer movies where 2 second cut to next one second scene and repeat. You can sit back and enjoy the movie.



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Do you get the Turner Classic Movie channel in your land? Some of the movies they show are really good. No commercials also. Alfred Hitch**** made some very interesting ones. Vertigo, Rear Window and Dial M For Murder I watched all the way thru. They were not like newer movies where 2 second cut to next one second scene and repeat. You can sit back and enjoy the movie.

 




Hey, you found a new word on the profanity list.



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Date: Apr 22, 2008

Dusthead wrote:

Nope wrote:

Dusthead wrote:


All that I remember from Chinatown was Roman knifing Jacks nose and they cut it for T.V.



Thankfully I saw the uncut version. The movie wasn't that gory, but it's not something I would recommend to everybody. It's part of the film noir genre, which I enjoy quite a bit. The sequel "The Two Jakes" wasn't quite as good.






    Do you get the Turner Classic Movie channel in your land? Some of the movies they show are really good. No commercials also. Alfred Hitch**** made some very interesting ones. Vertigo, Rear Window and Dial M For Murder I watched all the way thru. They were not like newer movies where 2 second cut to next one second scene and repeat. You can sit back and enjoy the movie.



They most likely don't have that, but for satellite/specialized digital TV offers there might be something similar which airs old, classic movies. At the moment I have no music TV channels. VH1 and VH1 Classic is probably available with extra fee.



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artcinco wrote:

Dusthead wrote:


Do you get the Turner Classic Movie channel in your land? Some of the movies they show are really good. No commercials also. Alfred Hitch**** made some very interesting ones. Vertigo, Rear Window and Dial M For Murder I watched all the way thru. They were not like newer movies where 2 second cut to next one second scene and repeat. You can sit back and enjoy the movie.





Hey, you found a new word on the profanity list.



I'll try...

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Paul Kersey of usenet

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Nope wrote:

artcinco wrote:

Dusthead wrote:


Do you get the Turner Classic Movie channel in your land? Some of the movies they show are really good. No commercials also. Alfred Hitch**** made some very interesting ones. Vertigo, Rear Window and Dial M For Murder I watched all the way thru. They were not like newer movies where 2 second cut to next one second scene and repeat. You can sit back and enjoy the movie.





Hey, you found a new word on the profanity list.



I'll try...

Andy Dick



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Nope wrote:

Nope wrote:

artcinco wrote:

Dusthead wrote:


Do you get the Turner Classic Movie channel in your land? Some of the movies they show are really good. No commercials also. Alfred Hitch**** made some very interesting ones. Vertigo, Rear Window and Dial M For Murder I watched all the way thru. They were not like newer movies where 2 second cut to next one second scene and repeat. You can sit back and enjoy the movie.





Hey, you found a new word on the profanity list.



I'll try...

Andy Dick



Dick Van Dyke






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