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Movies, TV, Books & Music / Movies to look forward to
« on: October 03, 2007, 02:52:51 AM »
While being completely irresponsible and not writing a paper due tomorrow, I've decided to begin a new topic of films that we are all looking very much forward to seeing.

I submit these:

There Will Be Blood

I'm Not There

Be Kind, Rewind

The Darjeeling Limited

The Assassination of Jesse James By the Coward Robert Ford

No Country For Old Men (Quicktime)

Please discuss and/or post the trailers to the films you're looking forward to.

Shootin' the Breeze / Local Film Fests!
« on: February 14, 2007, 02:45:48 PM »
New topic in hopes that it will be all encompassing and allow others to post info about their own local film fests.

Anyway, my local film & video fest is in urgent need of submissions.
By the 23rd.
Yes, of Feb.
I realise it's terribly short notice, my friends and I are scrambling to swiftly change this.

Any and all submissions would be great. Tell your friends, Romans, and countrymen about it. The success of this year's fest will determine the likeliehood of another next year. So, as unfortunate as it is to say, I don't care about the quality, neccessarily. I don't think those asking for submissions to this fest have that luxury. I only really care about numbers, for now. I'd like to bombard them to the point of asphyxiation and render no choice but to have one next year.

Here's all that I'm supposed to tell you:

2007 Chattahoochee Short Film and Video Competition
Saturday, March 24

Entries are now being accepted for the Chattahoochee Short Film and Video Competition.  Winners will receive the following cash awards: First Prize — $700, Second Prize — $400, Third Prize — $250.  Entries will be judged by the Columbus Film Society Board on creativity, originality, communication of theme and craftsmanship.  Judges’ decisions are final. Student filmmakers are encouraged to enter. Entries must be submitted on standard, full-sized NTSC-format VHS tape or as DVD-R disk. 30-minute length or less is preferred. Entries will not be returned.

Those interested in entering this competition must submit an official entry form and $15 entry fee with each video by the deadline of February 23, 2007.  The entry form can be downloaded here. Finalists will be notified by March 20, 2007. Winners and most interesting entries will be screened at the Chattahoochee Short Film and Video Festival in the Patrick Theatre of the Columbus Museum on Saturday, March 24, 2007.  Winners will also have the opportunity to screen their videos on the Columbus Museum’s website.  For more information, call 706.748.2562, ext. 35.

Please help, friends and fellow SKers, I kiss your feet!

Creation Station / Green Photography
« on: July 06, 2006, 02:24:54 PM »
I'm not sure how many of you are aware (at most, I think it's 3), but my interests lie not only in film but photography as well. I've taken a couple of classes and it's become my major. And if there is anyone who was aware previously of this fact, I don't believe they've ever seen any of my work. I'm here now to amend that oversight. It's something I've considered doing for quite sometime, I just never got around to it.

All were shot Easter Sunday earlier this year.
Shot on Ilford HP5, pushed to 800 - 1200 and developed in Dektol paper developer.
Unfortunately, I do not have access to the studio at this time, so I'm unable to properly make copy work of these photos, so I had to resort to the scanner at work. It's a bit crude, but it gets the images out there, albeit turing them a tad darker than originally printed. =/
Thus, these are all 4x5 work prints, accounting for the uncleanliness of the borders and centering and the unburned/dodged problem areas. They were later printed at 11x14 which gave crisper images, more detail and had a better grain effect.

I hope all enjoy.

this one had a whole in the emulsion, somehow....

Shootin' the Breeze / Adventures in YouTube
« on: March 26, 2006, 04:00:48 PM »
I'll give an introduction later. I don't feel like it now.

Follow my lead and post something to make me laugh.:badbone:
I heard that right after he saw this, Jackie Chan swore to never make another good movie. He knew he could never match the power and prowess possessed by these incredible, completely heterosexual men.
Coincidently, he made Rush Hour soon after.
And I completely believe EVERY WORD they say.
An' ev'r'one who agree, say YEAH!!

Shootin' the Breeze / Silent Hill: The Movie!
« on: October 14, 2005, 02:11:24 AM »
Silent Hill: A Movie Made by Gamers
Writer Avery discusses adapting the horror flick.

Roger Avery, who wrote the screenplay for Silent Hill, was himself a fan and enthusiastic player of the original Playstation game.

"I remember it being so advanced in its story, atmosphere, in the way the camera and game engine operated and in how playable it was," the writer explained in an interview with Edge magazine. "I'd been into Resident Evil not only because of the story but because it had a fixed camera – I'm very much into the cinema of games and how that's gradually evolving. So I played Silent Hill, liked it and put it down like any other game before moving on with my life."

And then he met Christophe Gans, a French director who needed someone to re-write a French-language script he had for a Hollywood film version of the game. Avery fit the bill, and he was impressed with Gans's knowledge of Silent Hill and videogames in general. "You name a book and he's read it, name a game and he's played it (and he hasn't just played it casually - he's played it to the end). He's invested the 50-100 hours it's taken to finish all of these games. I don't know how he finds the time - he has no life separate from media. ...I was very comfortable around him and we became very good friends very quickly."

Instilling the movie with the same eerie, exploratory feel as the game was a difficult task, especially since that meant breaking from the usual movie mold. "Because of that, it became a very difficult script for the studio to accept. We had long passages with no dialogue. Christophe wanted to ensure that when we wanted to have dialogue, we wrote it big. But for the most part, much of the movie is a silent film - we wanted it to be full of silence. So there are scenes where Rose is just wandering through Silent Hill.

"In the script phase, we had long, long moments where seemingly nothing happens. It's all atmosphere – you're falling slowly into a world and experiencing it much like you would in the game."

Avery feels that while films are a good complement to videogames, there's a danger of game designers trying to make their creations too passive and cinematic, like a film, and less interactive like a game should be. Avery also took a poke at director Uwe Boll (Alone in the Dark) while outlining the responsibility filmmakers have these days with game adaptations:

"Maybe the question is: will Silent Hill make game designers more comfortable? Guys like Uwe Boll have done a lot of damage, and I don't know that one good game adaptation will undo all of it."

In other Silent news, the film's first still shot is up at Bloody Disgusting, showing lead actresses Radha Mitchell ("Rose") and Laurie Holden ("Cybil Bennet"). The movie also stars Sean Bean (The Fellowship of the Ring, The Island) as Rose's husband Christopher. It opens April 21st.

Shootin' the Breeze / Dear God...
« on: August 10, 2005, 03:27:24 AM »
On a whim and a serious wild hair, I purchased my very own iPod this evening.
And I was immediately dealt a serious blow of regret and PPD (Post-Purchase-Depression). I felt raped and violated, my wallet must've been bleeding.
I've now brought it into my house and it's made itself at home. It looks so cute snuggled there.


The only problem is.... i don't know how much longer it can stay.
You see, while it enjoys its stay - and I certainly enjoy it's cute, metallic company - what I am truly dealing with here is a matter of miscommunication and incompatibility. I have Windows 98, you see, so my dear, sweet iPod and my hateful, war-mongering comp do not get along.
Oh, the error messages and curses thrown about this evening! :isidro:

I am in need of some aid. Tomorrow, I shall request a copy of XP from work. If I am granted permission and it works: Great! Super! I'll treat it all right!
But if it doesn't, so help me God...

So, help me God in finding a way for us to grow into one big happy.... family. Is there no way for an iPod and an outdated OS to get along? Is one too liberal and the other too conservative?
I know how those relationships turn out.

In Jesus name, I pray.


Shootin' the Breeze / "Uwe Boll's" LiveJournal of Awesome
« on: February 17, 2005, 11:40:08 PM »
Oh, bliss & heaven.

This is quite entertaining.

An all-too-brief highlight:
also, michael bay, i will find you and shit on your mouth if you call me again. you embarrase me in front of paul ws anderson, and i can not have that. i will make a movie out of ET the videogame. you say its a movie. are you STUPID? how they make movie out of that? what kind of movie make you walk around and extend your neck to scale cliff? not my movie. not. my. movie.

for more information on Uwe Boll, go here.

And most importantly, enjoy!

Shootin' the Breeze / DOOM DOOM....Doom???
« on: December 08, 2004, 12:53:53 AM »
Sorry if there's already a topic about the Doom Movie, but the search function works for shit, so I couldn't find it.
Anywho, found this on TheMovieBlog and thought it was rather funny:

It looks like famous last words when I said in another post that the people at Id were being really clever and holding onto the rights for the movie Doom so they could get the right deal and a proper adaptation.

Now, with news from Dark Horizons making me spurt my tea across the monitor, I find myself mocking my very own words and shaking my head slowly in despair.

Before I make a quote from their story, let me remind you of the story of Doom. A project in a science research lab on Mars goes terribly wrong and leaves a gateway open to Hell itself, a sole Space Marine is left alive and takes on the hoardes of fiendish creatures in the form of mutated Marines and those direct from Hell.

Okay, keep that in the fore front of your mind and read the following quote:

Screenwriter Dave Callahan claims "everyone was keen to keep the game's atmosphere", though there are some "minor" changes done to the film's concept:

You can already tell can't you?

The monsters have nothing to do with hell, the plot is not taking place on Mars and "space marines" are not well "space marines" as their outfits are more like SWAT team members.

    The story follows eight marines, teleported into a command centre of a secret base on a remote planet. There, they learn that something strange is happening and soon monsters start to appear. The monsters aren't from hell, but rather people mutated by some nasty super-virus although the monsters look very similar to those in the game.

What?! So Doom now just turns into Resident Evil Redux? Geez, so much for Id looking after their product, Callahan has effectively turned this totally away from what the original idea was all about. Wait though, there are a couple of similarities still.

There will be loads of shooting though, especially in the end where a large number of sequences will be shot purely in "first-person" perspective of the leading character (Karl Urban). The chainsaw and Bio Force Gun do appear in the film.

Well thank the lord for that. We can watch a replay of some of the original game but in modern day movie magic. Oh dear lord, did anybody on this project watch Resident Evil and see the returns? I don't want to make harsh judgements, but already this looks bad. If it does work out well, it'll just be another version of RE, and nothing much to do with Doom.

Shootin' the Breeze / MCHOTTIES!
« on: November 16, 2004, 02:02:51 AM »
In Japan, McDonald's is replacing that stuffy Ronald McDonald with McHotties:

Mmm, talk about eating out. ;)

I don't think I've ever been more attracted to a clown.

i wouldnt mind spreading my "special sauce" on their "patties." ;)

I got a million of 'em people!

Shootin' the Breeze / Chow Yun Fat IS Abe Lincoln
« on: October 12, 2004, 09:08:32 PM »
No, really, I'm not making this up:

"Jade Harvest studio has announced that they produced a new movie based on the life of American president, Abraham Lincoln. The movie, which is set to release next year in Hong Kong and then throughout Asia, before reaching international distribution, will be titled  Liberator: The Abraham Lincoln Story. International star, Chow Yun Fat will be playing the role of Abraham Lincoln. The 6 foot 2, slender actor is said to be perfect for the role of the 16th American president. However, there has been rumor of complaints from American media groups of the choice of having a Chinese actor play a Western president."

read on:

I will now see this movie.

« on: August 27, 2004, 12:01:16 AM »
I'll let this review do all the talking (I can hardly contain my glee):


I don't know how you feel about "The Boondock Saints", but if you're like me, you wanted to crucify Troy Duffy for unleasing that faux-hip sack of bullshit on the world long before this documentary revealed him to be quite possibly, for lack of a better word, the biggest Cunt to ever walk the planet. The movie opens right after Duffy has sold his script for "Saints" to Miramax, and literally right after the deal was finalized, Duffy's head starts to baloon, his perceptions start warp, and he turns into an egomaniacal monster who proceeds to threaten, taunt, antagonize, and otherwise mistreat every single person he meets (including his long-suffering brother, Taylor) for the next three years. As Duffy's behavior becomes more erratic, his deal with Miramax begins to implode. He's drinking every night, he's screaming on the phone at producers, he's refusing courtesy meetings with people like Brad Pitt and Keanu Reeves ("a stupid cocksucker who can't act worth a fucking shit", or something like that... I guess it's true, but still...), all before the movie is even in preproduction. Miramax exec Meryl Poster is disgusted by Duffy, and rightly so; the general mayhem he causes, his disrespect towards women, his barely contained racism, it all sets off alarm bells at Miramax, and eventually Harvey Weinstein puts the script in turnaround. Effectively blacklisted, Duffy can't get a backer and is temporarily humbled until a small unknown indie producer gives him less than half the budget he originally had with Miramax to make "Saints". He makes his movie, according to him "the greatest independent film of all time", records an album with his band, and waits for his celebrity to take off. Fortunately for me, it never does. The movie debuts at Cannes, where every single studio refuses to buy it. His album is released, and sells something like 600 copies in six months. Blockbuster releases "Saints" straight to video where it becomes an undeserving cult hit with the knuckleheads and morons who populate the TalkBack area, and his band's CD is pulled off the shelf. The karmic retribution is so great; I don't think I've ever enjoyed watching someone fail so much. Harsh words, I know, but if you had to sit next to a kid at the lunch table for your last two years of high school going on about how "The boondock saints is the greatest movie ever made" every single day, you'd enjoy this movie too. The packed audience I saw it with ate it up, but that's hardly surprising in a town where people love to watch someone fail... Personally, failure makes me sad, but watching an asshole like Troy Duffy fail in hollywood and lose all his friends is something akin to watching Hitler get gassed by a bunch of jews. It'll be in theatres this fall; go see it.

 ;D ;D ;D


I need more money to feed my unhealthy obsession/addiction to movies. My dream (well, one of them, anyway) is to walk over to B&N's foreign film section and say, "I'll take them all!" ;D

But alas, I cannot. :(

For I have not nearly enough money.  :'(

So, I was looking around my room, thinking of things to sell for crack money when I stubbed my toe on this cardboard box in my closest!  :o

"What's this?!" I cried (with tears rolling down my face,  :'(, it hurt so bad)! When I peaked inside, not knowing what to expect, I found that over the years I had amassed a collection of what the "orientals" in the "Far-East" like to call "mangas", totally weird, I know. :P

I thought, these are perfect to sell!  :D

What are they you ask? These sexy little beauties are the Japanese! volumes of Berserk, 22 in all, just dripping to wet your dock. ;)

So, who wants them? ???

I'll take the highest bid. And if no one wants them all, I'm sure we can negotiate some deal.

*sniff*sniff*I need my smack, who's willing to help out?

Shootin' the Breeze / Howl's Moving Castle
« on: April 14, 2004, 11:26:19 PM »
Miyazaki's Moving Castle
A look at the renowned anime director's next.

Director Hayao Miyazaki (Spirited Away, Princess Mononoke, Kiki's Delivery Service) has come out of retirement (again) to direct Howl's Moving Castle, his ninth anime feature.

The film is loosely based on book by Diana Wynne Jones. It centers around Sophie, a young girl who lives with her stepmother and stepsisters. The girl crosses paths with an evil sorceress who casts a spell that turns her into an old woman. Forced to leave her family, Sophie takes refuge in an moving castle – it actually walks upright – and sets out to find a way of breaking the curse. The castle belongs to Howl, a wizard with a penchant for pretty girls. The castle is powered by Calcifer, a fire demon who lives in its hearth who is bound by a contract with Howl. He makes a secret deal with Sophie... he'll free her from the curse if she can find a way to break the contract.

Naturally, the animation is just as trippy as the story... There's an extremely short clip online over at Online Ghibli that's worth checking out if you're a fan.

Miyazaki, who has flirted with retirement often in the last several years, stepped in to direct the film when original helmer Mamoru Hosoda (Digimon) departed the project - Studio Ghibli bosses were apparently unhappy with his work.

Check out the excellent Miyazaki resource site,, for more.

Howl's Moving Castle is expected to arrive in Japanese theaters this fall.

who else is stoked about this?!

(i just realized ive used 'stoked' two times in just as many days. im like a surfer without the waves.... :-\)

Shootin' the Breeze / Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
« on: March 22, 2004, 01:56:42 AM »
C'mon, where's the love?
I'm still reelin' off the high this movie gave me. You know, emotionally or something less sappy sounding.
I'm assuming everyone knows what it's about, if not, here's the quick summary:

"It's about a relationship between Joel (Carrey) and Clementine (Winslet: sexy personified). For some reason, Clementine wants to erase Joel from her memory and he decides to do the same. So, we go through his memories until the end."

It's really weird at the beginning but if you stick with it there's an amazing payoff. It's written by Charlie Kaufman (Being John Malkovich, Adaptation, etc), so that's a given, and it's directed by Michel Gondry (the guy who directed "Fell in Love with a Girl" among others).
I really can't say enough about this movie. It's a shame that more people haven't seen it, it's honestly (personally) the best movie of the year thus far. It's incredibly poignant. And at one point near the end I got the shivers.
It's great, everyone do yourself a favor and see it. It'll make you happy, like Amelie.

It makes me want another girlfriend now.  :-\

Shootin' the Breeze / Memento
« on: December 05, 2003, 04:38:26 AM »
Here's a question that I'd like to discuss:

Do you think Lenny's affliction is psychological or physiological? Does he willingly forget things or is he physically unable to make new memories. Furthermore, is Lenny Sammy Jankis?

I personally can see both sides of the argument, since Lenny is an extremely unreliable narrator. There are several ways to "prove" both sides. But, I do think that Lenny=Sammy.

Discuss amongst yourselves.

Shootin' the Breeze / Bobby's Stupid Ass
« on: December 02, 2003, 05:01:37 AM »
Hey everyone Bob is over in Maryland crying about his broken in two chair! Let's all laugh about how much of a stupid dumb cry baby he is!!

*he double dog dared me i wouldnt start a thread about it! DOUBLE-DOG-DARED ME!!!*

Shootin' the Breeze / Punch-Drunk Love: The Game
« on: August 08, 2003, 08:50:12 PM »
since people here seem to enjoy these flash games about the internet, i thought id post one for one of the more enjoyable movies of the year (or of last year), Punch-Drunk Love.
Yeah, you probably hate it, but i cant help everyone.
anyway, i found this entertaining for a few minutes:
its like PacMan, nothing too intense.


Shootin' the Breeze / SPUN - THE MOVIE
« on: August 04, 2003, 03:16:52 AM »

Shootin' the Breeze / KEEP YOUR CHILDREN AWAY!!
« on: July 25, 2003, 05:53:12 AM »

Oh boy. Oh My God. what can i say? i laughed until i cried at this site. and then i cried some more. sadly, it seems to be legit not a prank site. just reading the stuff was enough, then there are the pictures.
Whew. what a wild, wacky world. But maybe its just me and my sleep deprivity? who knows. but my tears are salty.

Shootin' the Breeze / My very own short story!
« on: February 22, 2003, 08:08:18 PM »
I have just completed my first short story in quite sometime. It has a message, and I hope it comes across clearly. The few people who've read it so far have given it rave reviews! I am proud of it, even if no one else likes it (but i hope you do). Here goes nothin!

Deep and dark, here I am stuck in this room. A cubicle of a space specially made for and by me, now occupied by ten others. The radio bzzt-bzzt’s in and out, no contact with the outside world.
I have my house plasticizsed and duct-taped, my water bottled and my gas-masks masked. I live in America, I live in fear, and the terrorists have won. I do not live on the west coast, I do not live on the east coast. I do not live in New York, I do not live in Los Angeles; I do not live in a big city. I live in fear, I live in America, I live in a basement bunker with 10 other people, and the terrorists have won.
The alert was orange, I think it’s red now, I’m not too sure what the colors are; all I see is black. “High” was all I saw before I rushed out to the local Home Depot. I beat everyone there. Some say I’m crazy for doing such, some say I’m a coward, some say I over-reacted. I would say I was being prepared, cautious, and safe. I am the ant and they are the grasshopper.
My neighbors are grasshoppers too; annoying, mooching grasshoppers. I always knew they were. I should never have told them about my secret during the last block party; big mistake on me.
I have enough oxygen for me to breathe for a years time. I have two gas masks, for me and my hopeful love who never came in time. I have enough bottled water to last a life time (but life time in this case is extremely relative and flexible as it could end any time soon). I do not have a gun for my neighbors’ heads. I knew I had forgotten something.
Bzzt-bzzt goes the radio. Fragments of words static in and out. “” The batteries are almost gone, and I’ve no power. The electric bill still lies on the table, upstairs and in the kitchen. My canned food: baked beans, raviolis, meat stew, spaghetti and such. Good eating but the eating’s gone. The neighbors, nameless and faceless locusts have devoured the rations; their children were especially keen on the cold and watery apple sauce.
Trapped below my bathroom, we’ve sat in wait for nearly three months. I hadn’t thought this out much when the obsession began two weeks prior. I quit my job at the airline and took all my life savings and invested in shovels, buckets, jackhammers and the like. Some people say I’m crazy, the government claims there’s nothing for me to worry about, I say there is and I say I’m just being prepared. There is nothing left of the savings, and there is nothing left of the food. We must revert to cannibalism.
“I pick the child!” “The hell you do! You’ll Pick mine!” “You’re right! I will! And I call the legs!” “You sick bastard! That’s my son!” “Yeah well you’re sons a fat, greedy, little shit!” “Don’t you get into this!” “It’s true! He sucked up all the food!” “The key to survival is to take out the fattest one!” “You’re supposed to take out the one who eats the most...” “He’s a growing boy!” “He’s my goddamn supper!!” And so the conversation continues.
The flashlight clicks on; risky move, the batteries are all gone. Flashlight is a loose term, it’s more of a spotlight. With the cubicle of a room lighted up, I give chase. I never knew the fat little prick could move so fast. Squeaking in fear and ducking under legs and chairs, he escapes me. Running is quite a surprise to me, as I thought he might roll alittle better.
BAM! goes the shovel and the fat little fuck is out. Click! goes the spotlight and the room is dark. I am joined by eight others in our full course meal of pig skin, pig’s feet, liver and onions. Haggis was desert. You could taste the Chef Boyardee and T.V. dinners like a new flavor of ice cream. Though not appetizing at all, it filled us full. They say I’m sick, they say I’m going to Hell, and they say I’m going to die. I say I’m hungry, I say I’m full, and I say I’m surviving.
Bzzt-bzzt goes the radio. Time glowing red is the only light we see, static the only sound. Voices bzzt in and out. Move the antenna someone suggests. The natural-antenna-mover person I am, I find the best connection. “For those....ust tuning in, this is the EBS: Broadcast Sys.... The panic-stricken citizens of America, who have hidden themselves in their hom.....unkers,” “I think that’s us guys,” “are advised by this Government Issued statement claiming, ‘There is, and never was, no cause for alarm. All warnings of inevitable disaster have been false alarms and, in some cas.....est the EBS. I repeat, all warnings of inevitable disaster have false alarms and, in some cases, drills in order to test the.....pologize for any inconvenience these tests may have caused you. Thank you, and God bless.”
Oh. Shit.

Shootin' the Breeze / w00t w00t w00t!!
« on: October 01, 2002, 02:20:43 AM »
I've been working on a screenplay recently. As some of you may know (and many of you who dont), I am going to be a film director. since i have the incredible inability to keep ideas within my head for extended periods of time, i have justly decided to begin writing the screenplay for a movie i will direct in my future. i thought id share it with you folks, maybe give it some constructive criticsm to help me develop it further. thank you.

Berserk Miscellaneous / Strange 'cryptic' messages in Berserk...
« on: October 06, 2001, 12:24:07 AM »
ok, so i'm flipping through volume 11 when i come across a strange sentence muttered by Wyald. i had noticed this before, but just now decided i should ask what it means.
It happens right after Guts cuts off Wyald's tounge/spikey-penis thingy and Wyald replies, "Ore no (circle X triangle) ga...!!!"
WTF is that? is that how the japanese edit their curse words? and why would it be edited in the first place? it still shows everything, but this seems to be edited... im guessing the word missing is the japanese equivalent of "dick" or something...
i was just wondering why this is/was used here...

Berserk Miscellaneous / ...And Lo, the Lord said, "HOT-DIGGITY!!!"
« on: December 08, 2001, 09:11:31 PM »
well, its about time really, but i finally got my translation site up thanks to the Saintly Icefall! ;D
i really owe him everything for the site, seeing as how he more or less did everything. Its a really purty site to behold, as you all shall. hopefully itll be a very extensive site for accurate translations. I hope everyone likes it
and be sure to thank Ice!

EDIT: whats that?! you need a link?
just who the hell do you think i am?! must i do EVERYTHING for you people?!
fine, fine here ya go:

Berserk Miscellaneous / IM fun
« on: August 10, 2002, 12:25:35 PM »
Ah! the joys of conversation on MSN. this guys been pestering me for quite sometime, always asking ignorant and retarded questions. for example, he once asked when Walter was going to continue making the volumes and such.
this last conversation happened just yesterday. it is the unabridged version too! let us mock and ridicule him! ;D

.::ReX::. says:
.::ReX::. says:
I went to the for downloading the Volumes issues from that site.. and they told me to to sign for the the site to be a member..but  since I log always brings to the forums section..have u heard of that site..I am sure u have u know the link for that page where u download the stuff
.::ReX::. says:
the volumes
RaNe says:
its there
.::ReX::. says:
.::ReX::. says:
gimme the link plz
.::ReX::. says:
RaNe says:
you already have it
.::ReX::. says:
LOL...the page I can't find the downloadable section for the volumes..canu hook me up with link
RaNe says:
i dont download them
RaNe says:
ive been there once
.::ReX::. says:
i c..its ok..thanx any ways..I have only 2 volumes...that I baught...I might make site about Berserk soon a lot better that
RaNe says:
RaNe says:
youd be hard pressed to do that
.::ReX::. says:
naah..I have been workin in sites...the grfx in that site stanKS!!...
RaNe says:
its in the graphics
RaNe says:
.::ReX::. says:
for sure there is going to be eps 26 +...I am sure 99.9%
RaNe says:
the information and overall coolness of it
RaNe says:
you are 99.9% wrong
RaNe says:
we have no concrete info on thatr
.::ReX::. says:
yea the info..everything..its cool..but u see its not to specific
.::ReX::. says:
well..why would it end like has been ended in 1998-1999
RaNe says:
it ended in 97 or 98
.::ReX::. says:
the volumes continued the games has been continued and the eps for sure
RaNe says:
RaNe says:
the anime was made to get more people into the manga
.::ReX::. says:
well...i can't tell ...but a lot of ppz here knows it will
RaNe says:
RaNe says:
they know it for a fact?
RaNe says:
as in, they have insiders in JAPAN that know for sure?
.::ReX::. says:
yeah w/e
.::ReX::. says:
well the info in that site aint that specific
RaNe says:
.::ReX::. says:
specially the characters summary
RaNe says:
you dont know for sure
.::ReX::. says:
well..not for sure..may be around 90 % sure
.::ReX::. says:
it will continue
.::ReX::. says:
u think it wount
RaNe says:
RaNe says:
i certainly cant claim that im 90% sure it wont
RaNe says:
but im 50.5% sure it wont
RaNe says:
it doesnt need to
RaNe says:
most people who saw the anime have carried on with the manga
RaNe says:
they dont need more eps
.::ReX::. says:
why wouldn't they
RaNe says:
because they dont need to?
.::ReX::. says:
every body knows eps are a lot better than reading some japanese none coloured mangas
RaNe says:
RaNe says:
and everyone knows ignorance is bliss
.::ReX::. says:
its not even translated!!
RaNe says:
thats what all these sites are for
RaNe says:
mine, wlater's and thehawks
RaNe says:
.::ReX::. says:
well why such bother instead off just doin the eps with subs..that makes more sence
RaNe says:
no it doesnt
.::ReX::. says:
wait..let me ask u u like the eps or the volumes
RaNe says:
the manga is better than the anime
.::ReX::. says:
.::ReX::. says:
shut up
.::ReX::. says:
anime ROXX!!!!!!!!!!!!
RaNe says:
sorry to burst your bubble, but you got a watered down version
RaNe says:
its like disney compared to the manga
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its like disney compared to the manga

Berserk Miscellaneous / IM Fun: PART DEUX!!!!!!
« on: August 25, 2002, 08:28:49 PM »
ok, ok, i'll be the first to admit: this was wrong; cruel and heartless of me. but hey! its a way... i was bored, OK!
well, any hoot, enjoy as he blows off death!!(and this is the same guy as last time)

The ROCK Got booed..darn it! says:
RaNe says:
The ROCK Got booed..darn it! says:
any thing , new
RaNe says:
RaNe says:
except that both miura and walter tragically died in the same transcontinental car wreck
The ROCK Got booed..darn it! says:
The ROCK Got booed..darn it! says:
no wander
RaNe says:
The ROCK Got booed..darn it! says:
u see, it would have got continued
RaNe says:
Miura's assistance will take over and end the series in 2 motnhs
RaNe says:
The ROCK Got booed..darn it! says:
The ROCK Got booed..darn it! says:

The ROCK Got booed..darn it! says:
ooh yeah
The ROCK Got booed..darn it! says:
The ROCK Got booed..darn it! says:
can't wait to watch them
RaNe says:
what are you cheering about?
RaNe says:
theyll END the series
The ROCK Got booed..darn it! says:
oo yeah
RaNe says:
the manga
RaNe says:
not the anime
The ROCK Got booed..darn it! says:

RaNe says:
the way i hear it
RaNe says:
walter and miura were both joking about having a 2nd season when it happened...
RaNe says:
they never saw it coming....;(
RaNe says:
The ROCK Got booed..darn it! says:
darn ,it
The ROCK Got booed..darn it! says:
he was really a really talneted man
RaNe says:
both were, yes...
The ROCK Got booed..darn it! says:
RaNe says:
the irony of their deaths...
The ROCK Got booed..darn it! says:
oh well, I got my own lil anime thing goin on too,...I know u are like ok yeah, what ever,,,,but man, trust the way I worked to it gor 4 years, it wount be bad
The ROCK Got booed..darn it! says:
The ROCK Got booed..darn it! says:
not anime but comics
RaNe says:
:'( im sorry....their DEATHs are still too much to bear...
The ROCK Got booed..darn it! says:
I know....
RaNe says:
i....i gotta go...
The ROCK Got booed..darn it! says:
The ROCK Got booed..darn it! says:
The ROCK Got booed..darn it! says:
it ill be all right
RaNe says: day.........
The ROCK Got booed..darn it! says:
just continue...being a fan
RaNe says:
RaNe says:
maybe theyll make a 2nd series in his memory
The ROCK Got booed..darn it! says:
I HOPe so
RaNe says:
yeah....see ya

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