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Chariots of the Gods
2 years ago via Flixster

Like an extended "In Search Of..." (look it up), this "documentary" goes all over the world and finds weird phenomena, and asks how were these created? They usually have the option of space creatures, but just as an option, because you know, journalistic integrity. Interesting to see the sites, but it does get repetitious.

Rope (1948)
3 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Still a gripping movie, one of Hitch's best (oh really, it would be impossible to rank them, they're all quite good). Supposedly shot in "one take" (this is quite obviously not the case to the cinema eye of today) Jimmy Stewart is impossibly great as a professor who seems the hosts of the party he's invited to are acting a little.. off. So he patiently picks up little clues and just corners everyone. Really quite great.

Scream 2
Scream 2 (1997)
3 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Still a lot of fun, saw this yeeeeears ago, and it was fun to figure what I remembered (one of the killers!) and what I didnt (forgot Jada Pinkett was in it!), Some good scares, with a bit of a ridiculous ending.

Godzilla vs. Gigan
3 years ago via Movies on Facebook

Godzilla tries to appeal to the adults again, maybe. There's not a kid around in this one. but don't think this is geared towards them, because the adults are all acting stupid in this one. A group of cockroach aliens disguise themselves as humans to take over the world and get rid of Godzilla in the process. To do that, they call upon Ghidorah and some other ridiculous creature to take him out. To balance things out, Godzilla also has a ridiculous boring sidekick as well. Not at all interesting, a lot of elements borrowed from other Godzilla movies and some repetitve fights leads to a dull time.

Abducted in Plain Sight
3 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Strange and bizarre movie about a kidnapping of a young girl by a trusting neighbor in the 1970s. Outrageous today, but looking back, we were just so naive and trusting of everyone in the 70s (I grew up then) that something like this is actually quite plausible, that noone isn't too sure whats going on even though it's happening right in front of them.