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  1. Sorry, original post wasn't very descriptive, I'll edit it.
  2. Nouvelle Vague - I Could Be Happy. Comes out 12/9/2016 Colored vinyl, European import, seems to be limited to 2000 on Orange vinyl. https://nouvellevague.bandcamp.com/album/i-could-be-happy Amazon also has a listing, much less expensive, I'm guessing it is standard black vinyl, but it's just a guess. https://smile.amazon.com/Could-Be-Happy-Nouvelle-Vague/dp/B01LZTFVXF/ref=sr_1_2_twi_lp__1?ie=UTF8&qid=1476244591&sr=8-2&keywords=nouvelle+vague
  3. I think I noticed that as well. I guess that comes with the territory with a bootleg. Speaking of bootlegs, it seems like every year a new one comes out. Just found this pre-order. EDIT: Looks like it's already out. https://smile.amazon.com/Live-Del-Mar-Fairgrounds-1993/dp/B01D28JSXQ/ref=sr_1_7?s=music&ie=UTF8&qid=1473043505&sr=1-7&keywords=smashing+pumpkins
  4. $69.99 As of Monday, Nine Inch Nails - Year Zero Nine Inch Nails - With Teeth Nine Inch Nails - Survivalism Rage Against The Machine - People Of The Sun EP
  5. My local shop got in an original orange Siamese Dream yesterday. Luckily I got there before anyone else could. From what the shop owner told me, this guy came in with a bunch of sealed 90's records, NIN, Alice In Chains, lots of Beastie Boys, Rage, System Of A Down, The Offspring... Said the guy was always a music fan, but never had a turntable so most of it was sealed. Siamese Dream was opened, but still has the shrink wrap on it, so I can only imagine that it was only opened to look at the color and never played.
  6. Managed to get both Monster Squad records today. I've check all previous links and some other UK distros, still on the hunt for a Gillman, if anyone has one, or a lead, let me know. Thanks!
  7. Finally got my hands on this a few weeks ago.
  8. Yes, but would rather have Black Phantom Crusades.
  9. *tag above post as spoiler*?
  10. I've seen it twice now. Monday night and last night. The first time I enjoyed it, but it was a lot to take in. The second viewing, it seemed slightly more cohesive and I liked it a bit more. It suffers in the same way Age of Ultron suffers, in that it's so overstuffed, it never has time to breathe. Almost every scene is important to the story. I've been a Batman fan my entire life, never cared about Superman all that much, so I don't really care how his characters are handled. More thoughts in the spoilers below.
  11. I don't want to say too much about it. I liked it. I also liked Man of Steel. I'm happy to see another Batman on screen, and excited about the future of the DCU.
  12. I'm going tomorrow night! I know with many professional reviewers / fan sites, there is an embargo on when they can post reviews. I got an advance screening pass from when they released the trailer last year in imax theaters. Kind of disappointed it's a 10:00 showing, and not a normal evening 7:00 or 8:00, but I'll take it. I'll let you know.
  13. Went to see 10 Cloverfield Lane again after work today, this time in imax. Between last night and today I was able to get all 3 of the amc/imax posters. I loved it just as much during the second viewing. I was hoping there would be more people today than last night, to hear some reactions, but it was an early evening showing. It's easily going to be one of my favorite movies of the year.
  14. Really loved 10 Cloverfield Lane
  15. I've seen a lot lately, Just got home from seeing The Witch. I enjoyed it. More detailed thoughts below Last night I saw "Tumbledown", highly recommended for anyone who liked "The End of the Tour". It's similar in the sense that a widow and another writer are writing about an artist that died young, a folk musician who put out one "perfect" album that gathered a very loyal following. I didn't know much about it going into it, I watched the trailer and it made it seem like it could be a made for tv movie, but it was great. I'm also a sucker for Rebecca Hall, and Jason Sudeikis was great in it too. Deadpool was great, I enjoyed Hail, Cesar!, The Boy was ok. Jane Got A Gun was nothing special, Pride and Prejudice and Zombies was surprisingly well acted, which made it ok, The Finest Hours was ok too. Catching up on Oscar nominees, Mustang was excellent Theeb was very good, shared some similar themes with The Revenant Anomalisa was visually beautiful, I thought the story was fine. 45 Years, eh, kind of a snoozer, I think there were probably stronger performances for Actress In A Leading Role.