Movies are too expensive anyway.
I see that Wiley has my film coming soon.
Man, that sounds like a great movie to me. Seriously! Anyway, the answer, of course, is two days ago!
It’s just a loosely disguised remake of Pirate Zombies.
Some movies go straight to DVD.
Some should go straight to laserdisc.
There are some times I’ve waited for a movie to come out on DVD and I really regret not having seen it in a theater on a big screen.
I’ll wait for the sequel to “War Horse.” It’s called “Army Mule.”(M*A*S*H fans will understand!)
Thus passes a previous business model.
It’s not expensive that keeps me out of the theatres. It’s LOUD! My aging ears can’t take it.
Does this mean Netflix stock will make a comeback?
Its altready been pirated and online for free.
It probably showed up on Netflix before they backed out of their driveway.
That’s what they said about the VCR back in the day.
I subscribe to screaming neckfits…it will become available either a year and a half from now, or never.
I sing the praises for Netflix. The library is extensive both for movies and documentaries. The first movie I ordered starred Bette Davis and Lillian Gish, and loved it. Now I don’t have to sit through loud coming attractions and/or violence.
Zombie Pirates? Was that about the first debate? Oops, sorry.
Perfect! So true.
I watch at home, DVD or cable, because movie theaters pump up the sound so loud only the FX sounds come across, not the dialogue. I can also turn on captioning at home, yes, I’m hard of hearing, and theaters are TOO LOUD! Which is a little “weird”.
“I generally wait till movies come out on DVD to not watch them.”
I know the feeling.
‘Zombie Pirates’ might be good.
I’ll wait for the Pirate Zombies to be a download on Pirate Bay. Actually after Yellowbeard all other pirate movies fall flat.