comic-con-logoLast year I never got around to sharing my Comic-Con adventure of 2014! I’m a slacker, that’s really why. Who doesn’t get distracted by procrastination?!

I really did have such a great time at Comic-Con this year and it helped recharge my batteries, reminding me why I love going to Comic Con and reveling in my geekdom. It was a happy time indeed. It’s one of my happy places, one of my favorite times of year, usually one of my few moments of vacation time, even though it’s a busy on the go vacation!

Comic-Con has changed so much and everyone seems to bring it up more each year, and sure I agree, but for me, this year was just about enjoying it all. With a smile on my face I sought out the things I wanted, staying out of Hall H, wandering up and down the aisles, adding to my back issues comic book collection and checking out artists and things. All the while staying real close to the ASH VS. EVIL DEAD booth, because I am such an EVIL DEAD, Raimi, Capmbell fangirl, yup!

This year I wIMAG5722as lucky to be at preview night once again, and my dad was with me yet again too! We are both nerds who love Comic-Con. At preview night getting our badges was painless and quick, after walking a long way and all around to get inside to the show floor we basked in the Comic-Con moment. We wandered, staking out what we might get from Mattel and wandered some more.

I tried to get a Groot headband at Marvel and failed. 🙁

It was that night I found where the ASH VS. EVIL DEAD booth was located and saw how it was set up. Circling around we kept missing the line cut off to get a foam chainsaw and check out the Ash trailer. So, I then made it my plan to go first thing on Thursday. Yup.

My dad and just I wandered the aisles somewhat systematically and did find some comics.

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Me and My Dad Luv Comic Con!

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We Made It!

JIM LEE! At DC!

JIM LEE! At DC!

Aww, the Feel the Feels! Inside Out.

Aww, the Feel the Feels! Inside Out.

I did tumblr some of my favorite pictures each night here’s my Wednesday Preview Night!

Then TIMAG5877hursday was the first full Comic-Con day and yes, I got into the ASH VS. EVIL DEAD booth and so did my dad (though we got separated by the masses) and in the end I got my chainsaw and my dad got a T-Shirt but I did not get a chance to get the cast autograph; le sigh. (It was worth the try!)

So with that mission complete it was back to just wandering here and there and everywhere. I really do enjoy just ambling about, looking at art, and taking pictures. I like seeing all the other people enjoying themselves too, sharing in the fandom. It gets crowded, people get fussy, but on a whole I say most are happy and happy to be there. I know I was, yup.

IMAG5958I caught some panels on Thursday! It started with WWE NXT wrestlers and Mattel toys! It really made me miss watching wrestling as the room was packed with cheering fans. A kid in a spidey costume in front of me was up on his chair so excited! After a quick look at a new line of toys the wrestlers all took some time to talk about being on NXT and how much they love it.

After NXT I moved a bit closer to the stage and found a seat to geek out on movies from 1985. I’ve been going to this panel for the past few years and really enjoy listening to movie talk. It’s these movies of ages ago that helped shape my nerdom for sure. With the likes of Robert Meyer Burnett, Mark Altman, Ashley E. Miller and more it was a walk down memory lane. Ah, 1985 the year of Back to the Future, Commando, Rambo: First Blood Part II, Mad Max: Beyond Thunderdome. The talk went on tangents of the awesomeness of Grace Jones, Lifeforce, To Live and Die in L.A., Gymkata, and more! I LOVE MOVIES!

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Cool Chick! Shana! We both like 1985 films!

I have more pictures from Thursday here at my Thursday Comic Con Tumblr! Yup! Enjoy and keep on reading! I’m not done yet!

Friday it was back to the floor and time for some panels, the one panel I’d been most excited for! I got my Mattel, Thomas and the Train toys, one for me and my nephew! It was the cutest little toy set and the exciting part  was getting some of the last sets they were selling for the day!

After that line time, I made my way up to get in line to get into the panel room I needed to be in! So I sat through the panel of MAN IN THE HIGH CASTLE which included the daughter of Philip K. Dick. The show sounds cool, with a cool cast, but I’ll probably not be watching soon as it’s out.

The next panel was for the series VIKINGS and it was packed with Vikings of all sorts! I haven’t watched much of the show but sitting there I think I might have to get all caught up! Thanks to being there I did get to score a drinking horn, now I can drink like a Viking, yup!

IMAG6108After each panel I moved my way closer and closer to the stage to get a good seat to see what I wanted to see!

J. Michael Straczynski was next to talk about SENSE 8. It wasn’t an official panel sponsored by Netflix, but J. wanted to come out to answer questions and have the first gathering of SENSE 8 fans. He shared about the history of the show and creating it with the Wachowskis’.

I was really glad to catch this one. I marathoned the whole series and loved every moment of it. The Q&A was good too and proved just how much the show really connected with so many people. At the time they were waiting on hearing if the show would be renewed for season 2 and were hopeful, I want more SENSE 8! Yup! Let’s hope it still can happen!

Ready for EVIL DEAD!!!!

Ready for EVIL DEAD!!!!

Next up was what I had been waiting for, the panel for ASH VS. THE EVIL DEAD with Bruce Campbell, Sam Raimi, Ivan Raimi and Lucy Lawless!!

IMAG6150The panel begun with the trailer for the new series coming to Starz on Halloween. It was everything an Evil Dead fan like me could hope for! Bruce, Ash, Deadites, Blood and some laughs. The panel was a blast.

Bruce Campbell gave out some bills, Sam and Ivan made jabs at Bruce and Lucy joins right along. I’ll never get enough of watching Bruce Campbell on a stage, talk to a crowd and rile up the masses.

I really loved seeing Sam and Ivan, my DARKMAN creator heroes! Yup! It makes up for not making into panels of Comic-Con past when I didn’t get to see Raimi the last time he was there! But I was there that day and had an ear to ear grin on my face.

The crowd ate it all up too with fun questions and an impromptu costume contest of those dressed as Ash. Bruce had them come up to the stage and awarded the crowd (and Bruce’s) favorite Ash look a like. HILARIOUS!

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AH, What a good Comic-Con Friday it was!!! I ended the evening after the panel wandering a bit more and then I watched the latest animated DC movie JUSTICE LEAGUE: GODS AND MONSTERS, which I really dug! Before the film started (I watched the second screening) so and I caught some of the Q&A before. The big news was Bruce Timm saying an animated feature of THE KILLING JOKE will be coming soon! Woot! Now here’s My Friday Tumblr Pics!

 IMAG6289When Saturday came around my dad and I hit the show floor and found more comic books! It was also a day I wandered around more off site around Gaslamp District. And, I got some fun cosplay photos!

I hung out at the Conival at the Stadium. This was the place where Nerdist had more panels and things and I got to see more Bruce Campbell and Lucy Lawless rile folks up for Evil Dead! I will never ever get enough! Yup!

I also went to the panel for MAX BROOKS who just took time to talk to fans and answer questions. He’s a good story teller and holds the crowd. People love his take on Zombies, I do too. I had heard a few of his stories already from panels of the past but like I said he tells stories and is fun to listen to, yup!

Everyone shares their fandom and you can tell he writes about what he likes and is most passionate about. We are all just a bunch of nerds! It’s a good thing.

Then the evening ended as I joined some friends to watch the Masquerade, Costume Contest from under the sails. We had a blast!

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Nerdist Conival Entrance

Bruce and Lucy! E-V-I-L D-E-A-D!

Bruce and Lucy! E-V-I-L D-E-A-D!

UNDERDOG!

UNDERDOG!

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GHOSTBUSTERS!

And of course more is at my Saturday Tumblr! So much fun!

Ah, and then IMAG5924things have to come to an end, we reach the final day of Comic-Con! Comic Con Sunday! I absolutely had a lot of fun, yup.

The bonus was that my guy Dave came on down to wander around with me! We had a full fun day of walking the aisles, up and down and back and forth. We found the HEX 11 booth! We had snagged their first issue at the Long Beach con and finally got our hands on the latest issues.

My dad was off wandering his way around and got the last few back issues too adding to our haul of 90 comics in all! Now we just have to file them all away.

We stayed at the con grabbing a last few bits of swag and made the long drive home. Of course as soon as we landed at home I had to go through my stash and make piles of things! SUNDAY COMIC CON!!

LOOK AT THAT!

LOOK AT THAT!

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I am already hoping I can go back again next year!!! Fingers crossed, Comic-Con 2016, Yup Yup Yup!

Cheers! Let’s have a drink, shall we? Watching old movies, movies set in the 30’s-50’s there’s always some drinking going on. The fellas come home from a hard day and pour themselves a drink. They go out to bars and joke with the bartender and drink down shots. Well I’ve recently watched some movies with interesting drinks I have never tried or never heard of before and one day I would like to drink them. Yup.

Below is a list of some drinks and the movies they were mentioned in, yup. (I’m sharing drink recipes that I’ve found on the internets and checking them in a handy bartender book my guy Dave has, yup.)

StingerKISS THEM FOR ME (1957) Cary Grant Suzy Parker Kiss Them For Me movie

A Stinger is made by adding crème de menthe to brandy/Cognac, you take a mixing glass filled with ice, add the crème de menthe (2/3 ounce) and brandy (1 3/4 ounce), stir and then strain it into a cold cocktail glass. It can also be served on the rocks.

 

 

gun runnersBoilermakerTHE GUN RUNNERS (1958)

A shot of Whiskey and a glass of beer. You drink the whiskey first and then chase it with a beer (A shot and a beer) OR you can mix the shot into the beer and drink together.

 

 

Pink Lady –  TOPPER (1937) THE DEVIL DIAMOND (1937)

Pink Lady-0007A gin drink and the main ingredients are gin, grenadine and egg white. Though it seems some recipes call for cream instead of egg white but then it’s a Pink Shimmy. It is said apple jack is in the original recipe for a Pink Lady which gave the drink it’s distinct flavor so you mix the gin (1 1/2 ounce), apple jack (3/4 ounce), grenadine (1-2 dashes), and 1 egg white into a shaker with ice, shake vigorously and then strain into a chilled cocktail glass and garnish with a cherry.

As I discover more drinks in movies I will add to this list, so stay tuned!  I do hope to have a day, party or gathering where I can try these drink myself and share them with my friends. Who’s up for a round? Cheers and drink responsibly! Never, EVER Drink And Drive, like they did in those old movie! Stay safe people, stay safe!

It’s never too late to share the movies you love and in rounding up my favorite 2014 releases I have put together a list of a few of my favorite oldie movies that I watched. So, here are some films, all before the year 2000 that entertained me throughly one way or another. Yup.

Cop_Hater_poster1. COP HATER (1958) – An early Robert Loggia film where he is Detective Steve Carella in this police procedural set at the 87th Precinct in New York City. During a heatwave two cops have been murdered and Steve and his partner are on the case. It’s a good drama and I loved the who done it angle. It was also great to see actors Jerry Orbach and Vincent Gardenia in cameo roles, both so young! What a time it was in the 50’s to see how those Detectives lived.

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2. ANY NUMBER CAN WIN (1963) – A french heist film. Mister Charles (Jean Gabin) is released from prison and right away sets things up for a heist at a casino in Cannes. He enlists the help of others, including Francis (Alain Delon). We get to follow along with the whole plan every step of the way and well, I can’t say more, you just gotta see it.

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3. NOMADS (1986) – Finding this was due to a random pick on Netflix and it truly was a great discovery. Young Pierce Brosnan is a French anthropologist who recently moved to Los Angeles. At the start of the film he arrives at the ER in a hectic wild state. Just before he dies he utters some last words to the doctor who attended him and she is then thrust into his life, reliving his experiences. We learn there are Nomads roaming the streets of Los Angeles, though they may just seem like street punks in a gang to the average resident. A fascinating mythology is set up here, dealing with evil spirits. A real highlight to the film for me was actress Mary Warnov as one of the Nomad punks.

 

HotelSahara4. THE HOTEL SAHARA (1951) – An adorable comedy set during World War 2 starring Yvonne De Carlo as Yasmin and Peter Ustinov as Emad. The two are engaged and running a hotel out in the dessert. As the war campaign continues and each side is storming through the dessert their hotel is evacuated of guests. Yasmin and Emad decide to stay and run their hotel so it is not destroyed and looted by the soldiers who are sure to come storming through. With the help of an employee and Yasmin’s mother they all maintain the hotel for each army faction that makes a stop. It’s truly a delight seeing Yasmin tease and tempt each man in charge while Emad tallies up their bills. The cast was great and it delivered lots of fun.

Robinson_crusoe mars5. ROBINSON CRUOSE ON MARS (1964) – A clever retelling of Robinson Cruose. We follow an Astronaut who has been stranded on Mars and must find a way to survive. At first he only has a monkey for companionship, and oh that cute little monkey! They have to find a way to get oxygen, food and just stay alive through a series of dangers. It was a technicolor film and looked great, I’d love to see it on a big screen someday. Being a Sci-Fi fan I really dug this space age little film.

 

 

king of mountain6. KING OF THE MOUNTAIN (1981) – I got to see this movie on the big screen at the New Beverly Cinema thanks to Mark Heuck and his Cinema Tremens series. It was one of my favorite viewings there! Actress Deborah Van Valkenburgh was also in attendance along with director Noel Nosseck. Harry Hamlin is Steve, a mechanic by day, street racer by night. His racing turf is Mulholland Drive and he’s the best of the best. He lives with his brothers (pretty sure they were brothers, or maybe best pals) who also have a love of racing but are now in different careers in the music business. Tina (Deborah Van Valkenburgh), a young upcoming singer comes into Steve’s life and he begins to question his future desires. The film also features Dennis Hopper who works with Steve at the garage and is an ex top dog racer himself. The racing was great. It’s a great capsule of the times too, Los Angeles at the start of the 80’s.

Now, here’s two films that are a bit more recent then what’s listed above. These just made me giddy with laughs and I say they are worth checking out too. Yup.

so excited posterI’M SO EXCITED (2013) – A Pedro Almodóvar film. A comedy. Most of the film is set in an airplane that has some mechanical problems with it’s landing gear. We spend our time with a cast of quirky characters, the three flight attendants who have a flare for entertaining their passengers with musical numbers, and the pilots one of whom is questioning his sexuality. There’s a psychic woman who’s sensing the disaster and looking for love and a few other love triangles are going on in the mix. I honestly found this wildly entertaining and laughed a whole lot. Yup.

walk of shameWALK OF SHAME (2014) – Another comedy makes my list, and I think this film deserves a little more attention. I really like Elizabeth Banks, she’s funny and not afraid to be in comedy. Here she is a television newscaster, Meghan, who is at the cusp of a big break to become an Anchor.  After being dumped by her boyfriend and likely to not get her new job she’s left wallowing and sad. Then Meghan’s two best pals show up to take her out for a night on the town. Meghan meets Gordon (James Marsden) and they have a one night stand. It really all gets started with Meghan’s misadventures when she has to get to the studio for her official Anchor audition/interview. She’s Downtown, with no car, no ID and having the hardest time getting people to believe that she’s not a prostitute. It is sometimes crude, but like I said I like Elizabeth Banks, and sure the comic relief pals did their shticks, but it’s a comedy. It was a comedy that didn’t make me feel dumb when it was done, I just got to have some laughs and a fun time.

It seems that the big theme for these picks is that they made me laugh. I am pretty picky when it comes to comedy and lately it seems I am looking for flicks that will make me laugh and be happy. Life is always a bit better when you can have a laugh and some fun and I’m glad these movies are here to entertain and make me happy. Thanks movies, you rock! Yup.

I do love talking about movies and my plan is to keep up with sharing all the movies I’m watching this year right here on my blog. I thought I was having a slow month here in January but it looks like I saw plenty of fun little flicks along the way.

NEW MOVIES:

  1. THE INTERVIEW (2014) | 01/01/15 | Google Play
  2. HERO AT LARGE (1980) | 01/01/15 | DVD
  3. MURDER SHE WROTE: SOUTH BY SOUTHWEST (1997) | 01/01/15 | YouTube
  4. APPOINTMENT WITH DEATH (1988) | 01/01/15 | YouTube
  5. THE BLACK CASTLE (1952) on Svengolie | 01/03/15 | MeTV
  6. THE AMAZING ADVENTURE (1936) | 01/06/15 | YouTube
  7. TAKEN 3 (2014) | 01/08/15 | AMC Burbank 6
  8. JACK RYAN: SHADOW RECRUIT (2014) | 01/11/15 | Amazon Instant
  9. THEY MADE ME A FUGITIVE (1947) | 01/12/15 | Amazon Instant
  10.  HIGHLY DANGEROUS (1950) | 1/13/15 | Amazon Instant
  11.  WELCOME TO THE JUNGLE (2013) | 1/15/15 | Netflix
  12.  REPEAT PERFORMANCE (1947) | 1/17/15 | Amazon Instant
  13.  WOLF OF NEW YORK (1940) | 1/17/15 | Amazon Instant
  14.  CHINESE ZODIAC (2012) | 1/18/15 | Netflix
  15.  FeardotCom (2002) | 1/19/15 | HBO GO
  16.  BIG HERO SIX (2014) | 1/20/15 | DVD
  17.  BEING AGAIN (2013) | 1/24/15 | DVD
  18.  THE PRINCE AND ME (2004) | 1/24/15 | Amazon Instant
  19.  RUNAWAY DAUGHTERS (1994) | 1/25/15 | Netflix
  20.  KISS THEM FOR ME (1957) | 1/25/15 | Netflix
  21.  EMERGENCY HOSPITAL (1956) | 1/25/15 | Netflix
  22.  BREAKFAST IN HOLLYWOOD (1946) | 1/25/15 | YouTube
  23.  CAGE OF EVIL (1960) | 1/26/15 | Netflix
  24.  CRIME AGAINST JOE (1956) |1/26/15
  25.  THE FUZZY PINK NIGHTGOWN (1957) | 1/26/15
  26.  THE GUN RUNNERS (1958) | 1/28/15 | Netflix
  27.  88 (2015) | 1/31/15 | Netflix

RE-SEE MOVIES:

  1. WAR OF THE WORLDS (1953) | 01/04/15 | Netflix
  2. GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY (2014) | 01/10/15 | DVD
  3. JUSTICE LEAGUE: THE NEW FRONTIER (2008) | 1/17/15 | Xbox Video
  4. THE LOST BOYS (1987) | 1/22/15 | DVD
  5. HUDSON HAWK (1991) | 1/22/15 | DVD
  6. CLUELESS (1995) | 1/25/15 | Netflix

That’s 27 new movies and 6 re-sees for 33 movies in January. TAKEN 3 was the only movies I saw in theaters this month. Netflix and Amazon Instant have been supplying me with plenty of oldie classics. I have a good time following the web of watching one old movie and seeing what’s recommended and finding something I’ve never seen or heard of. The highlights of my month go like this:

Hero_at_largeHERO AT LARGE (1980) – John Ritter is aspiring actor Steve Nichols who takes a turn as a Super Hero when he does a heroic deed, stopping a robbery at a small liquor store. The chance to be a real life CAPTAIN AVENGER appeals to Steve, the kind of guy who’s happy-go-lucky and believes in the goodness of man. Steve quickly realizes how dangerous the super hero lifestyle is and is then cohered into further promoting the latest CAPTAIN AVENGER film with more deeds. Between it all he’s also pursuing this new neighbor J. Marsh (Anne Archer) finding some romance. This truly was a sweet and endearing film. A look at media and how people don’t always believe someone is in it for the good deeds and not the fame. John Ritter made a great CAPTAIN AVENGER.

 

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THE AMAZING ADVENTURE (1936) a little film with Cary Grant as a rich man who’s made a bet with a doctor who said he couldn’t leave his money behind and work for a living for a whole year. Cary takes the bet, works his way up, meets a gal and proves he’s not just a rich spoiled man.

 

 

fugitive made meTHEY MADE ME A FUGITIVE (1947) – An old noir with great visual cues starring Trevor Howard as Clem who joins a gang that’s involved in bootlegging. When Clem realizes big boss Narcy is passing along drugs too he wants out but gets framed for murder and sent to jail. Clem escapes and is set to clear his name but more misfortune seems to follow him every step of the way.

 

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RUNAWAY DAUGHTERS (1994) is from the “Rebel Highway” series of TV movies from the 90’s and this one was directed by Joe Dante. I am a sucker for a film like this, a throwback to old 50’s films. Runaway Daughters was well cast and full of Joe Dante regulars. The best thing though was Paul Rudd who is the leather jacket wearing hood who likes to say “Don’t crowd me.” In this film three girls go in pursuit of the boy who knocked one of them up. It was a fun girls on the road having run in’s with quirky characters.

 

 

EmergencyHospitalStillNetflixEMERGENCY HOSPITAL (1956) is a night at the ER of a city hospital. The on call woman doctor starts her shift after her speed racer boyfriend drops her off. She’s thinking of leaving him worrying that his speedy ways could get him tangled up and he wants her to leave the hospital for a fancier practice in Beverly Hills. (Ugh! She’s a good doctor, let her do her job!) At the hospital there’s the local detective on his shift too and he’s a good guy who cares. This is a soild capsule of 50’s life and some tropes in between. I caught myself arguing with screen once or twice, especially when it came to the father who didn’t want to prosecute the man who assaulted his daughter! Seriously! He was gonna make her move away to forget it all…but the head nurse and the detective made him see the light. Whew!

 

fuzzyTHE FUZZY PINK NIGHTGOWN (1957) Jane Russell is movie star Laurel Stevens and on the night of her movie premiere for THE KIDNAPPED BRIDE! she’s kidnapped by Mike Valla (Ralph Meeker) and Dandy (Keenan Wynn). Is the whole thing a publicity stunt? The studio head wants his leading lady back, the hollywood columnist is ready to tear her down if it’s all a sham. FUZZY is a good jab at the biz. Laurel is a star cashing in on her sex appeal, and she wants her career, but once she meets Mike something changes. Mike isn’t all bad, but he has a plan that he was going to stick too. He feels he’s owed big time after being stuck in jail for something he hadn’t done. Of course his rough exterior is soon broken down by Laurel. It’s a cute and funny film filled with a great cast including Aldolphe Menjou. I really enjoyed this little rom com adventure.

Here’s to more movies in February! Yup!

IMAG5055_1TAKEN and Liam Neeson; a combo that I’m a big fan of! Liam Neeson is Bryan Mills,…”the man with a very special set of skills.” If you hurt his daughter, Kim (Maggie Grace), you’ll get a taste of those skills. Well, more than a taste, it would be a mouthful and an ass kicking/killing! Who’s Bad? Sho’Nuff? Nope, BRYAN MILLS!

Bryan Mills means business, when all he wants is to make Kim happy and have her love in return. It’s a happy, unusual family as his ex-wife Lenore (Famke Janssen) is around too.

I’ve been with the TAKEN series from the start. I saw the first one at a midnight show with my dad. We loved it! Sadly I missed TAKEN 2 in theaters, but caught it quick on video with my guy Dave. It was no TAKEN, but had it’s moments, and Kim got to be alongside her dad through the action. I was ready and anxious for more.

So,  that’s why I made my way to the theaters last night to see TAKEN 3 with Dave! (Our first big screen viewing of 2015! Starting things right with LIAM NEESON!) The theater wasn’t too full, we got nice seats in the middle middle and we were ready to be taken away to the land of action! Oddly, there were no trailers and the movie began!

This time around Bryan is anxious to celebrate Kim’s birthday earlier than usual! He brings her a big panda and champagne. I’d say more but hey it’s spoiler, plot, character stuff. (You know you’ll go watch it!) When things don’t go as planned Bryan heads home and gets a visit from Lenore who’s having marriage troubles. Bryan insists she figure out her marital plans before anything happens. Ah, forever the good guy! I like it!

Of course things go bad when Bryan finds Lenore dead at his home when he was expecting her to visit to talk and have bagels! He must then find the killer, clear his name and TAKE out the evil doers!

Ready, Set, Go! I loved it! Yup, I did. Liam Neeson is the man! He may be getting older and we get more quick cuts, but I still believe that he’s a man you don’t want to upset in any way! He’ll tell you how badass he is and then find you, stop you, kill you! Who wouldn’t want Liam/Bryan to come to the rescue when things go wrong?

One of the elements of TAKEN that I love is Bryan and his best buds who he works with, hangs with, vents to. I seriously want a movie of Bryan and his buds all working together to TAKE some bad dudes out! Jon Gries needs more screen time!!

In TAKEN 3 we get another awesome addition, Forest Whitaker as detective Franck Dotzler who wants to bring Bryan in solve the case. Franck is a good detective and he realizes that Bryan is not a man to take lightly.

Now, I may be biased when it comes to Liam Neeson movies, I won’t lie, as I am crazy for him and DARKMAN! But, I truly had fun with TAKEN 3. I got to watch good chases though Downtown L.A. (just like in DARKMAN), see bad, bad guys met their doom and once again Bryan showed how awesome a dad he is, yup. Good Times! Happy endings! All the things I need to just have a fun movie going experience. Yup! Thanks Liam for taking me to a happy movie watching place!

I love watching movies, so yes, I am a movie watcher! Yup!!

2014 was a big year, I got MARRIED and I still managed to squeeze in some extra movie watching time! So here’s my list of all the movies I watched; new, old and re-sees!

NEW MOVIES:

  1. RED WATER (2003) – 01/01/14 – Netflix
  2. GLOW: THE STORY OF THE GORGEOUS LADIES OF WRESTLING (2012) – 01/01/14  – Netflix
  3. CINEMATIC TITANIC: THE OOZING SKULL (2007/1997) – 1/3/14 – Amazon Instant
  4. THE CRIMINAL a.k.a. CONCRETE JUNGLE (1960) – 1/3/14 – Amazon Instant
  5. OLD DRACULA / OLD DRAC (1974) – 1/3/14 – Amazon Instant
  6. PARANORMAL ACTIVITY: THE MARKED ONES (2014) – 1/4/14 – AMC 16 BURBANK
  7. DECEPTIVE PRACTICE: THE MYSTERIES & MENTORS OF RICKY JAY (2012) – 1/4/14 – Netflix
  8. KILLER’S MOON (1978) – 1/4/14 – Netflix
  9. BLACK FOREST (2012) – 1/5/14 – Netflix
  10. WE STEAL SECRETS: THE STORY OF WIKILEAKS (2013) – 1/6/14 – Netflix
  11. THE ELDRITCH INFLUENCE: THE LIFE, VISION AND PHENOMENON OF H.P. LOVECRAFT (2004) – 1/6/14 – Stream
  12. SEXY EVIL GENIUS (2011) – 1/8/14 – Netflix
  13. COP HATER (1958) – 1/9/14 – Netflix
  14. STOKER (2013) – 1/10/14 – HBO GO
  15. BURKE & HARE (2010) – 1/11/14 – Netflix
  16. GANTZ (2010) – 1/12/14 – Reel Grit
  17. IT CAME FROM OUTER SPACE (1953) – 1/13/14 – New Beverly
  18. ALIEN SPACE AVENGER (1988) – 1/16/14 – VHS
  19. GANTZ PERFECT ANSWERS (2011) – 1/19/14 – Reel Grit
  20. HER (2013) – 1/21/14 – Arclight Hollywood
  21. THE BLOOD OF HEROES (1989) – 1/22/14 – HBO GO
  22. VENUS (2006) – 1/23/14 – New Beverly
  23. LONE SURVIVOR (2014) – 1/24/14 – AMC Burbank Town Center 6
  24. ANY NUMBER CAN WIN (1963) – 1/26/14 – Reel Grit
  25. THE PUNISHER (2004) – 1/29/14 – DVD
  26. MAN OF TAI CHI (2013) – 1/29/14 – Netflix
  27. PUNISHER WAR ZONE (2008) – 1/30/14 – DVD
  28. ENDER’S GAME (2013) – 1/31/14 – DVD
  29. OPEN HOUSE (1987) – 2/1/14 – Stream
  30. COLD SWEAT (1970) – 2/6/14 – Amazon Instant
  31. CAPTAIN COMANCHE (1971) – 2/6/14 – Amazon Instant
  32. THE PURGE (2013) – 2/6/14 – DVD
  33. WHITE HOUSE DOWN (2013) – 2/6/14 – DVD
  34. THE LEGO MOVIE (2014) – 2/8/14 – AMC 16 Burbank
  35. ESCAPE PLAN  (1955) – 2/17/14 – DVD
  36. FAST AND THE FURIOUS 6 (2013) – 2/17/14 – DVD
  37. CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF MEATBALLS 2 (2013) – 2/22/14 – Cable
  38. MACHETE KILLS (2013) – 2/22/14 – On Demand
  39. ALI BABA & HIS FORTY THIEVES (1954) – 2/25/14 – New Beverly
  40. BAD MILO (2013) – 3/6/14 – Netflix
  41. RAZE (2013) – 3/8/14 – New Beverly
  42. CARPOOL (1983) – 3/9/14 –  Netflix
  43. THE RAID 2 (2014) – 3/13/14 – Harmony Gold Theater
  44. KEEPING TRACK (1986) – 3/14/14 – Amazon Instant
  45. VIOLET & DAISY (2011) – 3/15/14 – Netflix
  46. THE DEVIL’S 8 (1969) – 3/16/14 – Netflix – (maybe re-see)
  47. SCOOBY DOO WRESTLEMANIA (2014) – 3/20/14 – DVD
  48. COBRA THUNDER BOLT (1984) – 3/21/14 – VHS
  49. NO BLADE OF GRASS (1970) – 3/21/14 – Stream
  50. DRAGON LANCE (2008) – 3/22/14 – YouTube
  51. THE COUNSELOR (2013) – 3/22/14 – HBO
  52. RONIN 47 (2013) – 3/26/14 – DVD
  53. KNIGHTS OF BADASSDOM (2013) – 3/27/14 – DVD
  54. SABOTAGE (2014) – 3/28/14 – Arclight Pasadena
  55. ROBOCOP (2014) – 3/28/14 – Regal Alhambra
  56. MISS GRANNY (2014) – 3/29/14 – CGV
  57. ALMOST HUMAN (2013) – 3/29/14 – Amazon Instant
  58. LOCKER 13 (2014) – 3/29/14 – NoHo7
  59. NON-STOP (2014) – 3/29/14 – Burbank 6
  60. DOM HEMINGWAY (2014) – 4/1/14 – LA Film School
  61. PIER 5, HAVANA (1959) – 4/2/14 – Amazon Instant
  62. THE DALTON GIRLS (1957) – 4/2/14 – Amazon Instant
  63. SPRING BREAKERS (2012) – 4/8/14 – Amazon Instant
  64. MY BLOODY VALENTINE (1981) – 4/8/14 – Amazon Instant
  65. AUSTEN LAND (2013) – 4/9/14 – DVD
  66. RUSH (2013) – 4/9/14 – DVD
  67. ONLY LOVERS LEFT ALIVE (2013) – 4/17/14 – Arclight –
  68. BLUE COLLAR (1978) – 4/18/14 – HBOgo
  69. ROBINSON CRUSOE ON MARS (1964) – 4/19/14 – Amazon Instant
  70. WOMAN ON TOP (2002) – 4/23/14 – HBOgo
  71. ALAN PARTRIDGE (2013) – 4/24/14 – Amazon Instant
  72. DEATH MACHINE (1994) – 4/25/14 – Amazon Instant
  73. SON OF BATMAN (2014) – 4/30/14 – DVD
  74. NIGHT FRIGHT (1967) – 4/30/14 – YouTube
  75. CHEF (2014) – 5/5/14 – LA Film School
  76. I’M SO EXCITED (2013) – 5/9/14 – DVD
  77. GODZILLA (2014) – 5/17/14 – Harkins Theater/Riverside
  78. BROKEN (2014) – 5/21/14 – CGV
  79. X-MEN DAYS OF FUTURE PAST (2014) – 5/23/14 – Arclight/Dome
  80. DO THE RIGHT THING (1989) – 5/24/14 – Rosemead High School
  81. RED 2 (2013) – 5/27/14 – HBOgo
  82. ALIEN ABDUCTION (2013) – 5/29/14 – DVD
  83. GANGSTER STORY (1959) – 5/30/14 – Amazon Instant
  84. THE SACRAMENT (2013) – 5/30/14 – Amazon Instant
  85. GALLIPOLI (1981) – 6/1/14 – Amazon Instant
  86. THE DEADLY SPAWN (1983) – 6/2/14 – VHS
  87. THE HOST (2013) – 6/2/14 – Netflix
  88. WILLOW CREEK (2013) – 6/5/14 – DVD
  89. BLUE IS THE WARMEST COLOR (2013) – 6/6/14 – Netflix
  90. HOME FRONT (2013) – 6/7/14 – DVD
  91. PORT OF NEW YORK (1949) – 6/7/14 – Amazon Instant
  92. ODD THOMAS (2013) – 6/8/14 – Netflix
  93. EDGE OF TOMORROW (2014) – 6/11/14 – Vista
  94. TiMER (2009) – 6/15/14 – Netflix
  95. IN THE BLOOD (2013) – 6/20/14 – DVD
  96. ART OF THE STEAL (2013) – 6/20/14 – Netflix
  97. WALK OF SHAME (2014) – 6/20/14 – DVD
  98. INSIDIOUS 2 (2013) – 6/21/14 – Netflix
  99. DOC OF THE DEAD (2014) – 6/24/14 – Netflix
  100. SNOWPIERCER (2013) – 6/26/14 – CGV
  101.  GRABBERS (2012) – 6/29/14 – Netflix
  102.  KING OF THE MOUNTAIN (1981) – 7/2/14
  103.  FRECKLES (1960) – 7/5/14 – DVR
  104.  THE EAST (2013) – 7/6/14 – Netflix
  105.  DAWN OF THE PLANET OF THE APES (2014) – 7/11/14 – Burbank AMC 16
  106.  SHOCK TREATMENT (1972) – 7/20/14 – REEL GRIT
  107.  BATMAN ASSAULT ON ARKHAM (2014) – 7/25/14 – SDCC
  108.  SIRENS (1993) – 7/29/14 – Netflix
  109.  UNDER THE SKIN (2013) – 7/30/14 – New Beverly
  110.  GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY (2014) – 7/31/14 – Arclight
  111.  MERLIN THE RETURN (2000) – 8/10/14 – Netflix
  112.  SEPTEMBER STORM (1960) – 8/10/14 – Amazon Instant
  113.  THE ROVER (2014) – 8/10/14 – New Beverly
  114.  SWASHBUCKLER (1976) – 8/11/14 – Netflix
  115.  THE CORSICAN BROTHERS (1941) – 8/11/14
  116.  MURDER BY THE BOOK (1987) – 8/19/14 – Netflix
  117.  HAMMETT (1982) – 8/19/14 – Netflix
  118.  SUNSHINE (2007) – 8/23/14 – Netflix
  119.  MY GUN IS QUICK (1957) – 8/25/14 – Netflix
  120.  CLOUD BURST (1952) – 8/25/14 – Netflix
  121.  DEADLY HERO (1975) – 8/27/14 – New Beverly
  122.  ALPHAVILLE (1965) – 8/30/14 – New Beverly
  123.  BAND OF OUTSIDERS (1964) – New Beverly
  124.  THE WOMAN IN BLACK (2012) – 9/1/14 – Amazon Instant
  125.  STAGE COACH TO FURY (1956) – 9/2/14 – Amazon Instant
  126.  I KNOW THAT VOICE (2013) – 9/3/14 – Netflix
  127.  SHADOW CHASER (1992) – 9/4/14 – YouTube
  128.  BLUE RUIN (2013) – 9/5/14 – Netflix
  129.  SCHIZO (1976) – 9/12/14 – Amazon Instant
  130.  TICKS (1993) – 9/14/14 – DVD – 9/14/14
  131.  GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL (2014) – 9/15/14 – On Demand
  132.  THE TRIP TO ITALY (2014) – 9/23/14 – Sundance
  133.  (SECRET SCREENING) (2014) – 9/28/14 – REEL GRIT
  134.  HALLOWEEN 2 (2009) – 10/5/14 – DVD
  135.  FORCE MAJEURE (2014) – 10/5/14 – REEL GRIT
  136.  THE TWO FACES OF JANUARY (2014) – 10/7/14 – SUNDANCE
  137.  TOPAZ (1969) – 10/19/14 – YouTube
  138.  IN A WORLD (2013) – 10/19/14 – Amazon Instant
  139.  HAUNTER (2013) – 10/21/14 – Netflix
  140.  CUBAN FURY (2014) – 10/22/14 – Netflix
  141.  JOHN WICK (2014) – 10/23/14 – Arclight/Dome
  142.  GALAXY INVADER (1985) – 10/25/14 – YouTube
  143.  INVADERS FROM MARS (1953) – 10/25/14 – YouTube
  144.  IN THE YEAR 2889 (1967) – 10/25/14 – YouTube
  145.  RETURN OF THE KILLER TOMATOES (1988) – 10/27/14 – Netflix
  146.  BRINGING UP BABY (1938) – 10/27/14 – YouTube
  147.  HELLBOUND (1957) – 10/27/14 – Netflix
  148.  AWAKE THE STORY OF YUGANDA (2014) – 10/28/14 – SUNDANCE
  149.  THEY (2002) – 10/31/14 – Amazon Instant
  150. THE LADY SAYS NO (1951) – 11/1/14 – Amazon Instant
  151.  BERBERIAN SOUND STUDIO (2012) – 11/5/14 – Netflix
  152.  WITCHING & BITCHING (2013) – 11/6/14 – Netflix
  153.  SPANISH CAPE MYSTERY (1935) – 11/8/14 – YouTube
  154.  BEWARE OF LADIES (1936) – 11/8/14 – YouTube
  155.  FOOLS RUSH IN (1949) – 11/8/14 – YouTube
  156.  ALL OVER THE TOWN (1949) – 11/8/14 – YouTube
  157.  AUTOMATA (2014) – 11/9/14 – XBOX
  158.  THE DOUBLE (2013) – 11/10/14 – Amazon Instant
  159.  CAMPFIRE TALES (1991) – 11/11/14 – YouTube
  160.  BOY (2010) – 11/15/14 – Netflix
  161.  METAMORPHOSIS THE ALIEN FACTOR (1990) – 11/21/14 – YouTube
  162.  22 JUMP STREET (2014) – 11/27/14 – DVD
  163.  EXPENDABLES 3 (2014) – 11/27/14 – DVD
  164.  THE MYSTERY OF THE 13th GUEST (1943) – 11/29/14 – Netflix
  165.  TOP SECRET / a.k.a MR. POTTS GOES TO MOSCOW (1952) – 11/29/14 – Netflix
  166.  MY LIFE SO FAR (1999) – 11/29/14 – Netflix
  167.  ISN’T LIFE WONDERFUL (1954) – 11/29/14 – Netflix
  168.  STIFF UPPER LIPS (1998) – 11/29/14 – Netflix
  169.  DRACULA UNTOLD (2014) – 11/30/14 – Regency Valley Plaza 6
  170.  CAMP TAKOTA (2014) – 12/1/14 – Netflix
  171.  THE AFFAIRS OF CAPPY RICKS (1937) – 12/2/14 – Amazon Instant
  172.  CHATO’S LAND (1972) – 12/2/14 – Amazon Instant
  173.  THE CRIMSON CULT (1968) – 12/3/14 – Netflix
  174. THE BLOOD BEAST TERROR (1967) – 12/3/14 – Netflix
  175.  NOT SAFE FOR WORK (2014) – 12/3/14 – Netflix
  176.  LOS ANGELES PLAYS ITSELF (2003) – 12/4/14 – Netflix
  177.  BIO ZOMBIE (1998) – 12/5/14 – YouTube
  178.  MEL BROOKS: MAKE A NOISE (2013) – 12/6/14 – Netflix
  179.  THE LIVING GHOST (1942) – 12/6/14 – Netflix
  180.  OCULUS (2013) – 12/7/14 – Netflix
  181.  NOMADS (1986) – 12/8/14 – Netflix
  182.  THE SPELL (1977) – 12/8/14 – Netflix
  183.  CAMPUS RHYTHM (1943) – 12/8/14 – Netflix
  184.  TOP OF THE WORLD (1955) – 12/8/14 – Netflix
  185.  SHARKNADO THE SECOND ONE (2014) – 12/8/14 – Netflix
  186.  THREE GUYS NAMED MIKE (1951) – 12/12/14 – Amazon Instant
  187.  OMEGA DOOM (1996) – 12/13/14 – Crackle
  188.  MERCENARIES (2014) – 12/20/14 – Netflix
  189.  STRETCH (2014) – 12/20/14 – Netflix
  190.  PARKER (2013) – 12/20/14 – Netflix
  191. AND THEN THERE WERE NONE (1945) – 12/26/14 – YouTube
  192.  DEAD MAN’S FOLLY (1984) – 12/27/14 – YouTube
  193.  PYGMALION (1938) – 12/27/14 – YouTube
  194.  ROYAL WEDDING (1951) – 12/28/14 – YouTube
  195.  THE HOBBIT: THE BATTLE OF THE FIVE ARMIES (2014) – 12/29/14 – AMC Burbank 8
  196.  RAGNAROK (2013) – 12/29/14 – Netflix
  197.  THE MAN FROM PLANET X (1951) – 12/30/14 – Netflix
  198.  THE HOTEL SAHARA (1951) – 12/30/14 – YouTube
  199.  FROZEN (2013) – 12/31/14 – DVD
  200. HORNS (2014) –12/31/14 – DVD

Of all the movies listed above, I didn’t catch too many 2014 releases, but of what I did see these are my TOP 10:

1. MISS GRANNY

miss granny

 

2. ONLY LOVERS LEFT ALIVE

lovers left

3. GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY

poster GoG

4. JOHN WICK

5. BLUE RUIN

6. THE ROVER

7. FORCE MAJEURE

8. GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL

9. BROKEN

10. SNOWPIERCER

 

RE-SEE MOVIES:

  1. CONGO (1995) – 01/01/14 – Netflix
  2. TOP SECRET (1984) – 01/02/14 – Amazon Instant
  3. NEVER ON TUESDAY (1989) – 1/5/14 – Netflix never on tuesday
  4. JACK REACHER (2013) – 1/8/14 – Netflix
  5. DAGON (2001) – 1/10/14 – DVD
  6. THIS ISLAND EARTH (1955) – 1/13/14 – New Beverly
  7. NIGHT OF THE CREEPS (1987) – 1/16/15  – VHS DUB of USA TV Version COMMANDER USA’S Groovie Movies
  8. THE PUNISHER (1989) – 1/17/14 – DVD
  9. I SELL THE DEAD (2008) – 1/17/14 – Netflix
  10. THE GOONIES (1985) – 1/18/14 – Electric Dusk Drive-In
  11. DARKMAN (1990) – 1/19/14 – FLIX
  12. CREATOR (1985) – 1/23/14 – New Beverly
  13. RIDDICK (2013) – 1/31/14 – HBOgo
  14. TILL DEATH DO WE SCARE (1982) – 2/04/14 – New Beverly
  15. FIRST BLOOD (1982) – 2/9/14 – REEL GRIT
  16. THE LADY AND THE TRAMP (1955) – 2/14/14 – El Capitan
  17. WITCHES OF EASTWICK (1987) – 2/17/14 – Amazon Instant
  18. BLAST FROM THE PAST (1999) – 3/2/14 – Cable TV
  19. HARVEY (1950) – 3/5/14 – DVD
  20. THE STATION AGENT (2004) –3/7/14 – Amazon Instant
  21. TIME AFTER TIME (1979) –  3/12/14 – Landmark Pico
  22. ROBIN HOOD MEN IN TIGHTS (1991) – 3/14/14 – Amazon Instant
  23. SPACEBALLS (1987) – 3/16/14 – Amazon Instant
  24. THE FRIGHTENERS (1996) – 3/16/14 – Amazon Instant
  25. HAIRSPRAY (1988) – 3/16/14 – New Beverly
  26. THREE AMIGOS (1986) – 3/22/14 – YouTube
  27. SUPERNOVA (1996) – 3/22/14 – HBOgo
  28. STRANGE BEHAVIOR / a.k.a. DEAD KIDS (1981) – 3/25/14 – New Beverly
  29. BATMAN MASK OF THE PHANTASM (1993) – 3/11/14 – Nuart
  30. SCOOBY DOO: WRESTLEMANIA MYSTERY (2014) – 3/13/14 – DVD
  31. PACIFIC RIM (2013) – 3/14/14 – HBOgo
  32. ACES GO PLACES IV (1996) – 3/22/14 – New Beverly
  33. A TALE FROM THE EAST (1990) – 3/22/14 – New Beverly
  34. BOWFINGER (1999) – 3/27/14 – HBOgo
  35. FRONT PAGE (1974) – 3/27/14 – HBOgo
  36. SLITHER (2006) – 5/1/14 – Egyptian
  37. EXPLORERS (1985) – 5/3/14 – New Beverly
  38. DREDD (2012) – 5/17/14 – On Demand
  39. RESERVOIR DOGS (1992) – 5/24/14 – Rosemead High School
  40. SOME LIKE IT HOT (1959) – 5/24/14 – Rosemead High School
  41. RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARK (1981) – 5/24/14 – Rosemead High School
  42. SINGIN’ IN THE RAIN (1952) – 5/24/14 – Rosemead High School
  43. ROCKY (1976) – 5/24/14 – Rosemead High School
  44. TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE (1974) – 5/24/14 – Rosemead High School
  45. BAMBI (1942) – 5/24/14 – Rosemead High School
  46. COMIC BOOK VILLAINS (2002) – 5/29/14 – Amazon Instant
  47. FIELD OF DREAMS (1989) – 6/1/14 – New Beverly
  48. MAXIMUM OVERDRIVE (1986) – 6/5/14 – Netflix
  49. ALIEN (1979) – 6/10/14 – New Beverly
  50. JODOROWSKY’S DUNE (2013) – 6/10/14 – New Beverly
  51. DARKMAN III: DIE DARKMAN DIE (1996) – 6/14/14 – Cable TV
  52. HEATHERS (1986) – 6/16/14 – Netflix
  53. STAR TREK IV: THE VOYAGE HOME (1986) – Netflix
  54. REMOTE CONTROL (1988) – 3/17/14 – Netflix
  55. WORLD WAR Z (2013) – 3/20/14 – Netflix
  56. SHAKMA (1990) – 3/22/14 – Netflix
  57. THE KARATE KID (1984) – 3/23/14 – New Beverly
  58. SERENITY (2005) – 3/26/14 – Netflix
  59. BIG TROUBLE IN LITTLE CHINA (1986) – 6/28/14 – Netflix
  60. SORCERER (1977) – 7/1/14 – New Beverly
  61. RUNAWAY TRAIN (1985) – 7/1/14 – New Beverly
  62. 1941 (1979) – 7/4/14 – Netflix
  63. CONEHEADS (1993) – 7/6/14 – Netflix
  64. ROCK ‘n’ ROLL HIGH SCHOOL (1979) – 7/12/14 – Netflix
  65. CABIN IN THE WOOD (2012) – 7/12/14 – New Beverly
  66. THE MUMMY (1932) – 7/13/14 – Netflix
  67. THE SPY WHO LOVED ME (1977) – 7/19/14 – DVD
  68. EARTH GIRLS ARE EASY (1988) – 7/28/14 – DVD
  69. BRING ME THE HEAD OF ALFREDO GARCIA (1974) – 8/3/14 – REEL GRIT
  70. INVASION OF THE BODY SNATCHERS (1956) – 8/7/14 – Amazon Instant
  71. STARGATE (1994) – 8/10/14 – Netflix
  72. MC HALE’S NAVY (1997) – 8/10/14 – Netflix
  73. GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY (2014) – 8/11/14 – Vista
  74. ACE IN THE HOLE (1951) – 8/16/14 – REEL GRIT/SIX SHOOTER
  75. THE SWIMMER (1968) – 8/16/14 – REEL GRIT/SIX SHOOTER
  76. TOUCH OF EVIL (1998) – 8/16/14 – REEL GRIT/SIX SHOOTER
  77. PREDATOR (1987) – 8/16/14 – REEL GRIT/SIX SHOOTER
  78. NEVERENDING STORY (1984) – 8/16/14 – Cinespia
  79. LEGEND (1985) – 8/16/14 – Cinespia
  80. LABYRINTH (1986) – 8/16/14 – Cinespia
  81. THE PIRATE MOVIE (1982) – 8/28/14 – DVD
  82. DOOM (2005) – 8/28/14 – HBOgo
  83. eXistenZ (1999) – 8/29/14
  84. THE WIZARD (1989) – 8/30/14 – New Beverly
  85. SECRET SCREENING (1977) – 9/7/14 – REEL GRIT
  86. YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN (1974) – 9/9/14 – ACADEMY
  87. MOONSTRUCK (1987) – 9/11/14 – Amazon Instant
  88. DARK PASSAGE (1947) – 9/11/14 – Amazon Instant
  89. CONSTANTINE (2005) – 9/13/14 – HBOgo
  90. MYSTERY MEN (1999) – 9/13/14 – HBOgo
  91. INVADERS FROM MARS (1986) – 9/14/14 – Netflix
  92. STRANGE INVADERS (1983) – 9/15/14 – VHS
  93. NEXT OF KIN (1989) – 9/29/14 – HBOgo
  94. INVASIONS OF THE BODY SNATCHERS (1978) – Netflix
  95. GALAXY QUEST (1999) – 10/5/14 – Netflix
  96. EVIL DEAD (1981) – 10/25/14 – Netflix
  97. PIER 5, HAVANA (1959) – 10/29/14 – Netflix
  98. ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW (1975) – 10/30/14 – DVD
  99. THE CRAFT (1996) – 10/30/14 – Netflix
  100. HOUSE (1986) – 10/31/14 – Netflix
  101. HOUSE 2: THE SECOND STORY (1987) – 10/31/14 – Netflix
  102. BILL & TED’S BOGUS JOURNEY (1991) – 11/1/14 – VHS
  103. THE TOWN THAT DREADED SUNDOWN (1976) – 11/5/14 – Netflix
  104. TOTAL RECALL (1992) – 11/6/14 – Netflix
  105. CAMPFIRE TALES (1998) – 11/11/14 – YouTube
  106. THE LEGO MOVIE (2014) – 11/16/14 – HBOgo
  107. WILLY WONKA AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY (1971) – 11/18/14 – Netflix
  108. LOTR: THE FELLOWSHIP OF THE RINGS (2001) – 11/24/4 – HBOgo
  109. LOTR: THE TWO TOWERS (2002) – 11/24/14 – HBOgo
  110. LOTR: THE RETURN OF THE KING (2003) – 11/24/14 – HBOgo
  111. BRAM STOKER’S DRACULA (1992) – 12/7/14 – Netflix
  112. MORTAL KOMBAT (1995) – 12/12/14 – HBOgo
  113. THE LIFE OF BRIAN (1997) – 12/13/14 – Aero
  114. ERIK THE VIKING (1989) – 12/13/14 – Aero
  115. WHO FRAMED ROGER RABBIT (1988) – 12/19/14 – Netflix
  116. SCROOGED (1988) – 12/20/14 – Netflix
  117. HERCULES (1997) – 12/20/14 – Netflix
  118. THE NIGHTMARE BEFORE CHRISTMAS (1993) – 12/22/14 – Netflix
  119. THE EMPEROR’S NEW GROOVE (2000) – 12/22/14 – Netflix
  120. CLUE (1985) – 12/16/14 – Amazon Instant
  121. GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY (2014) 12/31/14 – DVD

My 2014 movie totals are 200 New Movies (movies I’d never seen before) and 121 re-sees for a grand total of 321 movies. If you’re interested in some of my re-sees one of my most favorites to revisit was NEVER ON TUESDAY. Yup!

Here’s to more movie watching in 2015! I’m off to a good start and am on my third flick! It’s nice to have a day off to just watch movies at home! YUP YUP YUP! Let’s all keep watching movies.