Daily Dead’s Class of 1989: Let’s Celebrate The Year When Robert Englund Was EVERYWHERE


Class of 1989: Let’s Celebrate The Year When Robert Englund Was EVERYWHERE

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Inherent Vice


2014 Rated R 2 hours 28 minutes

1970s L.A. Detective ‘Doc’ Sortello is pulled into his EX girlfriend’s bizarre circumstances. She suspects her new lover’s wife is intent on having him committed to an asylum.

48 minutes in and I still have well over an hour to go…and aside from previous mentioned, there’s not much to go on. 

He’s working on the case but its more like a real life pace than movie pace in which mean it will be solved as fast as your local precinct would. Also I’m not sure if its 1 or 2 cases he’s working. 

I swear some movies need to come with a ‘serving size’…his is certainly one of them. Maybe a 15-30 minute viewing size, though I did get through 45 minutes before I just couldn’t take it anymore and not sure if I wanted to scream or what but really lost my patience that I fast forwarded through the rest of it.

Maybe you need to be high to watch it, or in the middle of nowhere and its the ONLY thing to watch to be able to watch it. I cannot see this holding ANYONE’s interest unless in the cabin situation I just said. (like in the middle of Wisconsin or is it Minnesota that gets  massive snow fall that all the windows and doors are covered with snow? That is the only way, and them I’d find a book to read instead! 

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The Rain


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Have you ever watched a show then unwillingly watched it again because you completely forgot that you watched it? That’s what happen with me. I believe I watched this last summer, but could not find it listed in my watch list from last year  Netflix  summer 2018.

In this Danish post-apocalyptic series, A pair of siblings fight to survive on their own in a bunker after their father brings them and their mother there;  before the rain carrying a brutal virus wipes out most of the population. The two young sibling, Rasmus and Simone embark on a search for food and safety.

Before he leaves Dad lets Simone know that she must take care of her brother at all costs, “he is the key to all of this”

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Another Life


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10 episodes  starring Katee Sackoff, Justin Chatwin, Jake Abel, Selma Blair

After an Infinity symbol shaped spacecraft lands on earth. Sackoff’s Niko has to say goodbye to family and go on a dangerous mission to find out more about the alien ship normally referred to as the artifact

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13/13/13


Not Rated | | Horror | 1 October 2013 (USA)

For millennia, calendars have added an extra day every four years. In doing so, they violated the ancient Mayan calendar. Now we are in the 13th month of the 13th year of the new millennium, and the few who survive will battle a world of demons.

So for those that are survivors, what do they have in common? I’m not even going to hint at it, you’ll have to pay attention if You watch it. I originally heard about this before or during 2013 and have been looking for it since.

(There are other movies, 11/11/11 and 12/12/12, however I am not sure if this is a sequel to one of them)

I don’t have much to say other than I am disappointed, maybe the trailer (or a plot summary I read) made it sound or look better than it is. Instead of watching this chaotic mess, give Netflix’s Black Summer a shot, it’s a series but 30-40 minute episodes and feels shorter than this.

The  2 characters I didn’t like I remember more of, than the ones I did. I  will give it one thing, the surprise factor.

Violence, Gore

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Train to Busan (Busanhaeng)


The movie, originally titled Busanhaeng  is a 1 hour 58 minutes long thrill ride in South Korea about a zombie virus. Some need to run for the train  from Soul to Busan to survive, while others need to fight to stay on.

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Murder Mystery


I’ve always wanted to do one of those murder mystery dinners or weekends. There’s even games I’ve seen on Amazon. Sadly until I find a way to get my own… I’ll just have to enjoy the movie versions.

Adam Sandler’s character Nick Spitz has yet again failed another exam to become a detective. Its his and Wifey Audrey’s wedding anniversary and she’s not happy after a dinner with friends.

Audrey loves a good mystery or crime novel and enjoys trying to figure them out herself. Together they sleuth it up to in the adventurous mystery, while they are being framed.

Skip ahead a bit and enter Luke Evans

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