Yep, you read that right. There will be a movie stream tonight as we're all trapped in our homes, slowly going insane thanks to corona. We'll be watching the MLP movie, and then after we can decide if we want to watch some show episodes or just repeat the movies while shitposts occur as has always happened historically.
>>265824 >cater to meeeeee! This stream was put together by a handful of anons running their own cytube, operating in similar timezones, because they felt like it. Strange that they didn't factor France into their schedules. There is talk of restarting the weekly MLP and Movie Night streams thiugh
>>265834 Yes, this is the work of only a handful of autists, all being in the EST or CST time zones. As for 6-7 EST, that's 3-4 in the afternoon over along the pacific. So it's hard to please everyone, and I'm trying my best. Time zones are hard, and I have to appeal to where I believe most of our users are, which I assume is the US.
With that out of the way, tonight is week 2 of our impromptu drive-in theatre. We'll be watching Redline tonight at 9:30 EST/8:30 CST. I'll post the link when we're closer to time
The host has changed his mind because I'm retarded.
Instead of a movie tonight, I'm just gonna stream MLP until my eyes bleed. Since we're watching episodes y'all are welcome to come and go as you please. I'll start with S1E1&2, and we'll have voting for other episodes.
>>265636 I saw Jojo Rabbit, it was boring shit. Was funny at first but got old fast. Childish jokes were fun, woke "this is how jews see the nazis" jokes are dull. They abandon the fun "the littlest and worlds suckiest nazi" premise so he can go home a cripple and have an Anne Frank in his roof who unnazis him. obligatorily, the jew girl looks like his dead older sister. Because theyre juuuuust liiiike uuuuus, he said sarcastically. Then nazis kill his mom for being a fantasy "german who hates hitler and wants no war" tard and make him kick out his Hitler tulpa. also the German army is full of children while the US army is portrayed as a heroic force that rescues the heroes through plot convenience. Shit film, I hereby cast a Negative Vote for this film next time we vote on films. please count ny vote as Minus One for Jojo Rabbit.
Good: This is NOT a cancellation post, the stream still starts in 2ish hours.
Bad: Between the earlier announcement and now, my way of streaming the movie has ate shit and is no longer working. In lieu of this, I'm just gonna stream episodes of the show since I can't find another backup movie since cytube sucks. Another F in the chat for rabbit
We'll be watching Interstella 5555 tomorrow because it's on youtube, and it's a movie. >>269693 I would love to do this one, but the problem is cytube is a real stingy bitch about what sources it allows videos to be played from. Whether it's their fault or not I do not know, but regardless, it is hard to find movies that I can actually play through cytube without issue. I'm working on it, but it ain't easy.
Hey! For once I'm not scrambling to figure out what the hell I'm actually gonna play because nothing is working. In fact! We actually have a poll this week, with three contenders. https://www.strawpoll.me/20249711
I'd like to note that by "2 parts" I mean it's actually two separate movies, and it'd be too long to run in one night, so I'd split it over two weeks.
>>270730 Not really. There's only a few things that really carry over from what would be the first two parts, and they're explained during the course of the story. It's really different than the first two parts, and in theory one could skip parts 1 & 2 and just start with Stardust Crusaders but you shouldn't, because the first two parts are really good two
>>270954 Ah yes, a prime example of why we cannot have nice things.
Tonight we will be watch Stardust Crusaders the movie: Tarot Card arc. We'll start once again at at 9:30et/8:30ct, and the link will be posted closer to time. This also means next week will be the Egypt arc, and then voting will resume as normal after that
This week, with all going on in the world and pony life I feel as if we could all use some joy and ponies in our lives. Thus, we will have a marathon of the show and both movies. If you have any specific episodes you enjoy, please feel free to suggest them and I'll make sure we watch them tomorrow. As usual, we'll start about 8:30ct/9:30et. Hope to see you all there.
And we start our Mongolian horsewhispering in about 30 minutes, starting with Shadow Plays parts 1 & 2. I'll post before we watch either movie so those who want to tune in for those can. https://cytu.be/r/The_MLPOL_Drive-in
And we're back for movie night. This week's "box office selection" what's been uploaded to youtube and not killed is a Russian film called: Indestructible (or Tankers). As per usually we'll be watching Friday night, hope to see you guys there.
Huzzah this week we once again have another vote. This time our options are:
>Fire and Ice - The Winter War of Finland and Russia: A documentary kindly brought to my attention by >>274287 >Braveheart: The Mel Gibson film about William Wallace and the Scottish revolting against the British crown. >Arn - The Knight Templar: A Swedish film about a crusader. This one is in Swedish with English subtitles though, in case that is a make or break for anyone.
>>274879 I'm pretty sure it's just me you and some guy from /mlp/ that frequent this Nazi horse whispering site, Nigel. Also i have blonde hairy legs and blue eyes so i don't think i'm negroid unless you count the potato nigger in me niggerish, since i am of mostly Gael descent, so i bet your more Anglo-Saxon than i am.
>>274882 Do you think horse whispering is real? I don't trust it. I saw a documentary as a kid that painted Horse Whisperers as some magical super-cool thing. But it must be bullshit. Horses can't speak english, they just remember the sound of words they are taught.
>>274899 The true essence of communication, my friend, is delivering your essence of thought in such a manner that 'language', which is an artificial (yet often useful) barrier, serves no purpose. That is how humans speak horse, and how horses speak human. We are all residents of this universe. Respect is earned, but friendship is given freely without expectation.
>>274899 Not exactly but i have experienced being around them on psychedelics, and mushrooms (Psilocybe Semilanceata to be exact) at a dose of 3-5 seem to be the best at being able to understand them, i can read their body language a hell of a lot better, i feel as if i can read their emotions and thoughts clearly while on them, they speak mostly in body language so it's not as easy to understand them fully but that doesn't mean you can't learn their language, each horse/pony seems to communicate differently, i think it mainly depends on breed as each breed seems to think and act differently.
So maybe "Horse Whispers" are all stoked up on shrooms or something but i believe it's a exploit for money and for sheep to rely on 'someone with more knowledge' as there seems to be a lot of people without a good brain in the horse community due to a lot of lost people being in there. I also believe they remember words due to the body posture and facial movements associated with them rather than the noise of words. >>274921 >The true essence of communication, my friend, is delivering your essence of thought in such a manner that 'language', which is an artificial (yet often useful) barrier, serves no purpose. That is how humans speak horse, and how horses speak human. I guess that's one way to phrase it.
Whoops, I'm late. This week jewtube offers us slim pickings, so as such we'll be watching Twelve Angry Men, a 1954 teleplay following 12 jurors on a murder case. It's an interesting one, but it's good regardless. As usual, the stream will start tomorrow at 8:30cst/9:30est.
>>276070 >Twelve Angry Men We watched last year. It is a good movie; the teaching is that considering everything as relative, nobody can be sure of anything; also that's how the kikes subvert society with their relativism.
>>276070 >>276075 >>276076 Time to watch jury nullification in action, and to speechify like a pro. Reflection is a handy tool to project how you want others to act consciously or subconsciously. Stay firm in your beliefs deeply hidden, and the world will bend around those without the will.
Due to OP's unavailability and nobody else being able to do the stream, I will be attempting to run movie night tonight. However, I just learned to set this up about 5 minutes ago and don't 100% know what I'm doing, so please bear with me. Hopefully we can have something up here shortly.
Anyone have any requests for a movie? Otherwise I am probably just going to grab something at random or show the MLP movie.
I swear I didn't forget, honest.... I uh... Yeah I forgot until now.
Sadly, this will probably be the last time I can run movie night for a while. Luckily, it looks like Elway and the crew have found a way to stream movies, and I thank them for filling in for me last week.
To end my time running it with a bang, tomorrow will be nonstop MLP movie/Rainbow Roadtrip action. Maybe with the occasional episode, we'll see. Hope y'all will join us.
>>279535 I fell asleep at some point at the very end of "Willow," woke up specifically during "Open up your eyes" in the My Little Pony Movie, dreamed about waking up right at sunrise to see the bitwave playing saturday morning cartoons (I think it was batman, the animated series), and then actually woke up at around 5:46 AM just before sunrise to see vaporwave playing, and realized the stream only ended three quarters of an hour before
The time has come to once again sodomize our vast imaginations. Continuing (somewhat) with our fantasy theme from last week, we will be watching:
Flight of Dragons (1982) Kind of like Flight of the Conchords, but with dragons.
Dragonheart (1996) Kind of like Braveheart, but with dragons.
Batman: Mask of the Phantasm (1993) Tell me about the phantasm! Why does he wear the mask?
My Little Pony: The Movie (1986) That's right, you heard right. As a change of pace, tonight for our obligatory smol hoers segment we will be showing the original G1 MLP movie from 1986. I have never seen this movie before and cannot attest to its quality. It's entirely possible we will live to regret this.
Also, for anyone who is still awake and wants to watch, I will probably still show the 2017 movie afterwards.
Also, since it looks like I'll be running these for at least the near future, I'd be curious to hear your input on the format. Would you guys like to do fewer movies? More movies? Start earlier? Start later? Are you happy with the movies we've been picking, or would you guys like more input on what we watch? Let me know your thoughts and I will try to retool as necessary.
Anyway, we will commence at around 7:30 PST (around 2.5 hours from now). The room will probably open about 30 mins early for comfy fish and music time.
I have a movie to recommend for the coming movie night, it's called "The Massacre of Glencoe" (1972) it is about a terrible event that occurred in the highlands of Scotland in 1692 during winter that has left a mark in the pages of history as a true example of the atrocity's that were committed by the English empire. I decided it would be a good option since there has been a lot of discussion about the Scots here recently and you might like it, i have watched a few parts of it to see if it might be a good pick and the impressions i got from it are pleasant.
It's that time again. One of the movies I wanted to show hasn't finished downloading so it will have to wait for another time, but we got a suggestion from anon so it works out just fine. Here are our selections for this evening:
The Massacre of Glencoe (1972) Despite making up only 13% of the English population, English people account for over 50% of massacres in Scotland.
The Maltese Falcon (1941) Falcons on screen may be less Maltese than they appear.
Blood Simple (1984) Turns out blood is easier than previously thought.
My Little Pony: The Movie (2017) Yes we show it every week and no we're not tired of it yet.
Videofilm presentation will commence at approximately 7:30 PST.
Thanks for playing the movie Elway. >>281456 >falling asleep For some reason i fell asleep at the beginning of Maltese Falcon and woke up just before the MLP movie started that's why i didn't say anything pretty much for the whole stream, it was weird because it was time i fell asleep in this chair.
It's a shame I overslept for so long, and when I woke up I was so distraught that I missed something else I forgot about movie night entirely. I do want to watch the Maltese Falcon, where can I find it online?
Good evening fillies and gentlecolts. It's that time again. I'm experimenting with a slightly shorter program tonight so hopefully we won't run as late, so we will be running 2 movies + MLP instead of the usual 3. Let me know how this works out for everyone.
Movie time again. For the month of October we will be primarily focusing on spoopy movies about skeletons and other spoopy type things, and I warn you that the movies will be quite spoopy. If you are easily spooped, you may want to hide in the closet for the duration of the month and return when things are less spoopy disclaimer: /mlpol/ staff is not responsible in the event that your closet contains skeletons which are even spoopier than watching the films would have been.
Tonight's very spoopy selections will be:
The Masque of the Red Death (1962) In this classic film, Vincent Price plays the role of a man who has just become a skeleton. Like Rob Schneider before him, he is about to discover that being a skeleton isn't all it's cracked up to be. In fact, it's actually quite spoopy.
Candyman (1992) This film is the classic story of a skeleton who suddenly realizes that he is extremely calcium-deficient and needs to find milk to feed his now very brittle, and also very spoopy, bones. When the villagers begin to find empty cartons of milk with puncture holes in their refrigerators, they send for Van Helsing, also a skeleton, to track down the skeleton who has been stealing all of their Vitamin D and calcium.
Pony Segment Since we have all seen the movie 7,000 times at this point, we are switching up the pony segment a bit. We will now be showing a few episodes of the show every week, starting with the Chad S1 and ending with the virgin S9. We will start with 4 episodes tonight and see how that goes. We can do more or fewer episodes depending on people's attitudes and probably depending on the length of the movies we show each week.
>>284631 >>284634 Thanks, I'm happy that everypony had fun. Since Masque seems to have been a success, I've got a couple more Roger Corman Poe adaptations we can watch.
>>284638 The download should already include a virtual machine that has Windows 3.1 already set up and configured. If you find the "run.exe" in the folder and run it as administrator, it will start the virtual machine and open the game automatically, or at least it does on my end and should on yours, unless I forgot to include something critical. Let me know if it doesn't work.
I don't recommend trying to set up your own VM for this as this game is notoriously finicky to get working. The version I posted is actually ripped directly from a preconfigured disc I bought from a guy on ebay because eventually I got tired of fucking around with trying to get my old CD ROM copy to run. However, if you are interested in setting up your own VM, I actually would recommend setting up a 68k Mac emulator using Basilisk II (https://basilisk.cebix.net/) and downloading this ISO of the game to use (https://macintoshgarden.org/games/the-dark-eye). You can get Macintosh System 7.5.3 free (and legally) from here: http://igsi.tripod.com/mac/index753.htm. You can try other versions of the OS but ultimately you need some version of System 7 for this game because it will crash on versions 8 and up. There's tutorials and shit for setting up Basilisk that I can point you to as well.
The Dark Eye was originally released as a Mac/Windows hybrid disc that could run on both systems, but for whatever reason the Mac version always worked a little better, and the visuals ran a little more smoothly. The game is actually just a multimedia project created using Macromind Director, which was typically used to create corporate training tools and things like that, which unfortunately means that it wasn't as portable as something that was designed and built as a standalone application. The Windows version I gave you, again, should work just fine, but if you want to try and tackle it in your own VM, Basilisk would be my recommendation.
However, I'll stress that it will take some time and headache to get everything set up properly, so before doing anything I'd suggest trying the run.exe and running it as administrator. I've tested in in both Windows 7 and Windows 10. Again, let me know if it gives you any trouble and I'll help if I can.
>>284639 I tried the virtual machine and it won't work. 1- I mounted the CD in the virtual drive of the machine but is not a supported version as shown in first pic. 2- I checked what kind of disk it is and it's reported as a SEGA disk, see second pic. 3- Running the EXE file from inside the virtual machine crashes, no matter if it is like administrator, compatibility mode, or 640x480 resolution. See third pic. 4- So I guess, I should try the emulator, but that will be tomorrow.
>>284641 Sorry, I thought you were running Windows natively. If you're running Windows in VirtualBox on Linux or something there might be some other issues going on there. In any case you shouldn't need to mount the CD at all; it likely wouldn't mount anyway in Windows 7 because the CD is in some ancient format from 1995 that a newer system wouldn't recognize, but the Windows 3.1 VM that the game runs in should have it already mounted. All you should have to do is just open the folder and run the .exe, but if it crashes when you try to do that it's probably something specific to VirtualBox.
The Pit and the Pendulum (1961) Another collaboration between director Roger Corman and author Edgar Allan Poe, conducted via Ouija board. A prequel to Poe's seminal work the Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe.
Children of the Corn (1984) Another collaboration between late 1990s nu-metal group Korn and presumably some children. Meets or exceeds all recommended USDA requirements for spoop and also corn probably.
Yon Equine of Diminutive Size: Companionship is an Occult Force - The Animated Television Series (2010) Another collaboration between author Edgar Allan Poe and convicted 16th century witch Lauren Faust, conducted via Ouija board. Meets or exceeds all recommended USDA requirements for smol hoers.
Program commences at 6:30 PST, exactly at the stroke of midnight.
>>285197 >Yon Equine of Diminutive Size: Companionship is an Occult Force - The Animated Television Series (2010) Another collaboration between author Edgar Allan Poe and convicted 16th century witch Lauren Faust, conducted via Ouija board. Meets or exceeds all recommended USDA requirements for smol hoers. That... ah, that explains everything.
>>285199 Through witchcraft, and necromancy to divine answers from the dead hidden relics are brought forth. A pool that multiplies, yet it's merely a reflection. A pox so feared it causes a dance of life that could end one's life. An ancient curse so potent it is given solid form. A flower to continue its task. Locusts, that burrow into one's heart then to consume. A practitioner that enhances these creatures further. Only an enchantress and wizened to the true matter of things could banish these monsters. A stallion of honor, and superiority could pull his sword from the stone and cause not just a leak, but an impossible child of the peach.
Good evening, chumps and chumpettes. It is once again movie time.
Since people seem to be enjoying them, tonight we have some more Poe movies:
The Fall of the House of Usher (1960) This is the last of the Roger Corman Poe adaptations I have in my collection. In this film, famed 1990s negro-performer Usher builds a house, which later falls over.
The Raven (1935) Film may contain fewer birbs than its title would suggest.
Smol Hoers Which Belongeth to Me (2010) Twilight Sparkle continues her terrifying journey into the depths of madness known as friendship.
Since today is basically Halloween (or at least the last Movie Night before Halloween) we will be doing something slightly different. Our usual program will commence at 6:30 PST, and we will show two movies and some pony episodes, so anyone who just wants a normal movie night can show up at 6:30 as usual. However, if anyone is interested, I will be opening the room two hours earlier (4:30 PST) in order to show some bonus features for anyone who wants to watch some extra Halloween-related stuff I felt like showing.
Here is tonight's extended program:
Bonus Features (4:30 PST to approximately 6:30 PST):
It's The Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown (1966) A real Christmas classic.
Claymation Comedy of Horrors (1991) I have not seen this since I was 8 and can't guarantee it's as good as I remember it, but hopefully it will be.
The Twilight Zone (1959) Two of my personal favorite episodes.
Main Feature (starts at approximately 6:30 PST as usual):
The Ghost Breakers (1940) Suggested by >>286657. I am currently downloading it and hopefully it will finish in time to show it. If not, I have a backup movie.
Halloween Surprise Feature (????) For the final non-equine feature of the evening, I have selected a film so shocking and terrifying that I can't tell you what it is, because if the kikes got wind of it they would shut us down. Suffice it to say that you will witness horrors beyond your wildest imaginings.
>>287947 Sure, we can do that, I love the Marx brothers.
As far as download links go, I'm a little leery about uploading my personal collection anywhere for mass download. The one or two that I've done that with so far probably aren't an issue, but if it gets too noticeable I might get zinged for pirating or something. I can probably post the magnet links for them though if I still have them.
I'm not sure if there's any immediate need to pause movie night, unless someone has heard something that I haven't. However, I'm honestly not super-fond of bitwave. I only use it because I had like 2 hours to figure out how to set up a stream the first night I took this over, and bitwave is the one I figured out. However I don't like that there's no obvious way to set up a private room, and I'm getting a little tired of random faggots wandering in and asking dumb questions about why we're watching ponies.
So, if anyone knows of a streaming alternative, ideally a way to set up something entirely private, I'd be curious.
It's that time again. Here are tonight's selections:
Sons of the Desert (1933) Laurel and Hardy.
Paint Your Wagon (1969) Clint Eastwood and like 12 clones of himself.
Minuscule Equines Ride Again (2012) S2 continues.
Program commences at 6:30 PST.
Also, this may be the last week we do this on Bitwave. I am looking into Kast and it seems fairly promising, and would afford us a bit more privacy, so if I get it figured out by next week that is probably what we will do. Either way though we will still be watching movies next week.
(The first problem has something to do with the server for the stream site running out of storage space it uses to let viewer buffer stuff or something like that. Not sure if the second problem is the same.)
It's Friday, so you know what that means. It is once again time for us to charge up our festive yuletide cannons and splatter hot white Christmas joy over all of Equestria. Also, it's movie night.
Tonight's selections are brought to us by: >>293433
A Man for All Seasons (1966) The all-purpose multi-season man was a significant improvement over the previous One Man for Each Season. This great leap forward in man-season relations ushered in a whole new era of cinema.
Atlantis: The Lost Empire (2001) Filmed entirely on location; it took them forever to find it.
My Little Friendship: Magic is Pony (2012) Continuing with S2, Episodes 15-18.
Program commences at 6:30 PST, approximately 1.5 hours from now.
So, uh, since it's getting closer to movie night and no-one's suggested anything yet, how do people feel about Blazing Saddles and Santa's Slay?
In keeping with the pattern of the last couple of weeks, Blazing Saddles still sort of counts as an "old" movie that couldn't be made today. I didn't have an animated movie ready at hand, but Santa's Slay seemed like a seasonal movie to pick.
I've got the movie files on my computer if it matters.
>>294731 My understanding is that "kino" generally means high cinematic quality, usually in films or shows or scenes from them, though it can be used in the context of other sorts of videos too. Anyways, Blazing Saddles is hilarious, but it's also super kiked ideologically. I won't throw a fit if it's chosen, but I felt it was worth noting.
I didn't see these suggestions until just now. I don't think I'll be able to get hold of Santa's Slay in time, but I do have Blazing Saddles already, so we can do that plus one other I was going to show anyway. If I can get it by next week we'll do Santa's Slay then.
Alright, well, sorry about the technical difficulties everyone. We will be re-screening the Canterlot Wedding two-parter next week since we didn't get to watch all of it tonight. See you all next week.
Movie time again, hopefully without technical difficulties this time around. Tonight's selections are:
The Third Man (1949) The first and second men were unfortunately not available.
Steamboy (2004) The precursor to Dieselboy, who later became known as Vin Diesel.
Delicious Pony Parts (2012) We will be re-screening both parts of the S2 finale due to some technical difficulties last week. We will also be showing S3 episodes 1 and 2.
>>295468 I've run this past our lawyers, and the consensus seems to be that this provision in the law deals mainly with large-scale for-profit illegal streaming, which is not even close to what we're doing here. Streaming copyrighted material on the internet has been a legal grey area for years and this latest development is definitely something we should keep an eye on, but my suspicion is that we are probably okay for the time being. We're a small niche community that screens movies for fun once per week, and our streams are attended by maybe 10-15 people at most; we're small potatoes as far as the alphabets are concerned. Bitwave itself would likely become a target long before we would.
I missed last week's movie night, but I'm looking forward to tomorrow. I'm feeling especially low energy right now, so hopefully a comfy movie stream is going to be just the kind of thing that'll help me recharge.
Once again, we convene for movies and shitposting. Tonight we have:
Father Goose (1964) Man gets stranded on an island with a plane full of bitches, comic mishaps ensue.
What's Up, Tiger Lily? (1966) A (((Woody Allen))) movie, but I don't recall anything terribly objectionable in it except for a bunch of subliminal messages about circumcision, but just ignore those, goyim. If you've ever seen Kung Pow: Way of the Fist, it's basically the same idea except actually funny.
This Little Pony is Mine There are Many Like it but This One Belongs to Me (2013) S3 episodes 5-8.
>>297363 Yeah actually I just went to start the pre-stream and I just noticed that. I was going to wait a bit and see if it came up but if it's been down for two days that probably means no movies tonight.
Sorry guys. Check back at 6:30, but my guess is movie night is unfortunately canceled this week.
>>297366 >mfw miss movie night last week >mfw rush home to find movie night canceled >mfw there's no escape from this world's faggotry Maybe next week we could go back to cytube or another platform. Until then take care football may you have many touchdowns.
So it looks like Bitwave is back online, and assuming it stays that way for the next 10 hours or so, it looks like movie night is back on the menu.
I was originally planning to just show the program I was going to show last week, but since Monday is Martin Luther King Jr.'s birthday, I felt it would be appropriate for us to watch a film that celebrates the proud achievements of African-American culture. So, this week we will be watching:
Planet of the Apes (1968) Brutish wh*te invader from space attempts to colonize a proud society of color.
along with Anon's suggestion for last week:
Father Goose (1964) The story of a group of melanin-deprived individuals, trapped on a secluded island. Will they be able to discover the secret of peanut butter or build the pyramids without any superior melanin to steal? You'll have to tune in to find out.
Finally, we will conclude with our usual pony segment. This week is S3 episodes 5-8.
Program will commence at 6:30 as usual assuming Bitwave survives that long. Hope to see you all there.
Never Give a Sucker an Even Break (1941) One of the weirdest comedies the 1940s ever made.
Watership Down (1978) No hoers but has rabet.
HOERSeEs (2013) The movies tonight are actually a bit shorter than what we usually show, and since there are an odd number of episodes in S3 I figured we could just finish it up tonight and begin S4 next week. Thus, our HOERS program for tonight will consist of S3 eps 9-13.
North By Northwest (1959) Alfred Hitchcock's timeless classic about planes and the people who run away from them.
The Plague Dogs (1982) Martin Rosen's timeless classic about research laboratories and the dogs who run away from them.
MLP:FiM (2014) I'd completely forgotten about it until literally just now, but I only have seasons 1-3 saved. I am currently in the process of obtaining the first 4 eps of S4 to show tonight, but there is a possibility I may not have them ready to go by the time the stream starts. If by some unfortunate chance they aren't ready in time, we will probably just watch the movie again.
>>300817 Damn, wish I'd noticed this post before today. That's a good movie, unfortunately I don't have it and I probably can't get it within the space of two hours. We can try to do it next week, though.
Anyway, it's that time again. Tonight's selections:
The Hudsucker Proxy (1994) The timeless story of people who vicariously enjoy sucking Hud.
Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within (2001) Every time they say it's the final fantasy, they manage to think up one more. I'm starting to think the title of this franchise is a ruse.
Boner-Inducing Poners (2014) Continuing with S4, eps 9-12.
Program will commence at 6:30 PST as usual. Hope to see you all there.
>>301170 >I'm starting to think the title of this franchise is a ruse. Akshually, Square’s earlier games weren’t very successful and the company was about to go under, so they put everything they had into what was intended to be one last game. It’s called Final Fantasy because it was literally going to be Square’s final game, but it was so successful they kept going.