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No. 27134 ID: 08d0a9 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
  Jack is back.
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>> No. 29593 ID: 559ef9
Didn't know this show existed, but it spams guest appearances with the likes of Kiefer AND Stephen "the Toronto Titan" Harper, so it might be worth a watch.
>> No. 29595 ID: 823a67
I've watched Corner Gas and it's the epitome of bland, unoffensive comedy. It's just...so bland.
>> No. 29596 ID: 559ef9
Oh well, it's Canada.

>> No. 29662 ID: 559ef9
Did anyone go to SDCC? What's the news?
>> No. 29865 ID: 559ef9
So anyone else think they definitely left it open for another season?

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29749 No. 29749 ID: 388296 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
Do an image dump of Radical Comics's "Shrapnel" series, please?

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29690 No. 29690 ID: 385f49 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
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>> No. 29701 ID: 385f49
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PKM 7.62 machine gun
>> No. 29702 ID: 39d4a6
Now that's some classy slavshit right there.
>> No. 29703 ID: 385f49
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PP-19 Bizon SMG
Some sort of hunting knife
>> No. 29704 ID: 385f49
That's all that we have here.
>> No. 29715 ID: c7814e
Holy shit that's awesome. Wallpaper get.

No. 29639 ID: 63b86b hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
  This isn't a thread about movies or shows with firearms in them.

I've been thinking for a while about how little actual entertainment media is out there revolving around guns. Sure, we see the countless youtube channels, and some are fairly popular. Most are reviews, some are more about cool factor or entertainment (like FPSrussia, actual quality notwithstanding); but like this video by Colion shows, where are the gun celebs?

We have entertainment shows about music, life, food. An example I want to use is one of the shows I like, Top Gear UK. Three guys pretty much just hanging out, talking about cars, driving them, and providing entertainment. We can have all the facts about those vehicles, we can see the road tests on tracks, and get accurate information about those cars, but it's another thing just to sit back and have a laugh at a car show with humorous hosts doing shenanigans.

So I want my Top Gun... Caliber? Bullet? Top something or other that's gun related.

I would pay to see Hickock45, Colion, and Andrew (Vuurwapen) straight up shoot the shit, talk smack, and put up a (more or less reasonable) face for the gun owners out there. Maybe have Ian from Forgotten Weapons with his fancy new camera help out with the cool shots of guns they'll all get to play with that we might not even touch in our lifetimes. You know, all while insulting each other and shooting guns a lot.

Discuss what is probably just a pipe dream.
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>> No. 29687 ID: 9507dc
Gun tv shows aren't very good because there isn't enough new gun stuff going on to fill a regular tv show production schedule. Hickock45 can shoot a different gun every week or so and talk about it in 20 minute segments because he and his son can produce them much faster in addition to having a backlog of existing firearms to talk about. TV shows on tv have to show the new hotness because you're never going to sell a cable channel on well I'm going to shoot some three liter bottles at 120 yards with a .357 lever gun for 15 minutes as a tv show. You need to do the tv equivalent of gun magazine covers, hence why shit like future weapons and sons of guns exist.

I'm kind of indifferent on Noir's videos though even before the nra stuff got going the production values were pretty darn good.
>> No. 29707 ID: aa95bd
That's true, but who said it had to be about new things?

You can fill an hour long show about guns past and present. When there's something new that comes out, that's a good easy show, but I wouldn't hate seeing episodes about old or in-production guns. There's practically no end to what you can do the show about, and that's not even considering how you want the hosts to format it.

A gun that everyone is familiar with, for example, is useful to explain things few people know about. It's also useful for "games/contests" as all the participants can relate; like the reasonably priced car races in Top Gear. We can't all drive Atoms, but we know what it's like to beat on a piece of shit around a corner or two.
>> No. 29712 ID: 9507dc
>I wouldn't hate seeing episodes about old or in-production guns.

Lots of people like that, which is part of why people like Hickock45 are successful (on youtube), but a show on television needs a draw for people that aren't "gun" people if they are going to get the ratings and that means sons of guns explosion nonsense or future weapons sniper rifle/m16 this thing will kill you so bad hyperbole. It's also why that fps Russia guy is the way he is.

If you had a show that ran an alternative funding scheme then top gear type approach might work but bullets and insurance are expensive.
>> No. 29713 ID: cb4bfc
Can we all agree that ColionNoir videos were way better before he became co-opted by the NRA? I'm still a subscriber but I miss the independent voice, and his videos used to be great for convincing people 'on the fence' about gun ownership to see the light, but now with massive NRA branding it distracts and causes alot of people to tune it out as NRA publicity which makes it more difficult
>> No. 29714 ID: 559ef9
History Channel used to have a couple good shows with frequent commentary by 'Good Solid' Atwater. Don't recall the name, but I think it might even have its own cable channel.


No. 29674 ID: 660337 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
  I can't believe the imperialist dogs used their capitalist super crimes and forced my people to watch the wrong finals.

Japan: Nil - North Korea: LOADS
>> No. 29680 ID: 4c768d
Apparently Sylvester Stallone had a great assist to a Clint Dempsey header

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29658 No. 29658 ID: fd3911 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
Has anyone else seen this movie? I watched it earlier today, and was thoroughly impressed. Joseph Gordon-Levitt managed to write, direct, and star in an intelligent, mature, and thought-provoking movie about porn addiction and how it affects relationships without it coming across as a sex comedy.

Bonus points because it drew a very interesting parallel between a men comparing real relationships with porn and women comparing real relationships with romance movies, and showed why both are bad.

I'm wondering if anyone else had thoughts on the movie's thesis? I thought JGL did a pretty good job of making his point, but I want to hear a dissenting opinion on the film just because.
>> No. 29659 ID: c565c4
The character's problem wasn't porn addiction, it was selfishness and narcissism. That's why he enjoyed the porn more than sex, because he didn't have to relinquish anything.

I'm also not a fan of JGL; he's incredibly boring to watch on screen.
>> No. 29668 ID: 6ec1b9
and bad OCD

i also dont see how anyone can find him attractive

he looks like he has FAS
>> No. 29679 ID: c81ed3
honestly i thought the movie was pretty bad

No. 29508 ID: f3e2a5 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
  Can I get more rock music that's similarly as hard? I want something harder than some hippie rock, but don't want guttural croaking by metalheads.
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>> No. 29611 ID: c21a42
  Thread needs more Tool.
>> No. 29635 ID: 1dfdad
Impetus is a good track.
>> No. 29636 ID: 1dfdad
Forgot Cypress Grove.
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>> No. 29673 ID: 6ec1b9
  sum volbeat

No. 29388 ID: 8ef743 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Last 50 posts]
  What are your favorite science-fiction and fantasy films which no one else seems to know about?

One of mine is The Quiet Earth from the year 1985, about a scientist who awakes one morning to find that apparently all people have vanished. It has low points and B-movie moments, but the overall impact was terrific. The first time I saw it was via a rented VHS tape in the 1990s. The first half of it I think gives a realistic portrayal of how a human being would react in that situation. A scene I will never forget is when the main character wonders into a church while drunk, with a shotgun, and proceeds to shoot the statue of Jesus in frustration.
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>> No. 29599 ID: 2ae388
George Carlin - You have no rights. http://youtu.be/m9-R8T1SuG4
Boy everyone in this country is running around yammering about their fucking rights. "I have a right, you have no right, we have a right." Folks, I hate to spoil your fun, but... there's no such thing as rights. They're imaginary. We made 'em up. Like the boogie man. Like Three Little Pigs, Pinocchio, Mother Goose, shit like that. Rights are an idea. They're just imaginary. They're a cute idea. Cute. But that's all. Cute... and fictional. But if you think you do have rights, let me ask you this, "where do they come from?" People say, "They come from God. They're God given rights." Awww fuck, here we go again... here we go again. The God excuse, the last refuge of a man with no answers and no argument, "It came from God." Anything we can't describe must have come from God. Personally, folks, I believe that if your rights came from God, he would've given you the right for some food every day, and he would've given you the right to a roof over your head. GOD would've been looking out for ya. You know that. He wouldn't have been worried making sure you have a gun so you can get drunk on Sunday night and kill your girlfriend's parents.

But let's say it's true. Let's say that God gave us these rights. Why would he give us a certain number of rights? The Bill of Rights of this country has 10 stipulations. OK... 10 rights. And apparently God was doing sloppy work that week, because we've had to amend the bill of rights an additional 17 times. So God forgot a couple of things, like...SLAVERY. Just fuckin' slipped his mind. But let's say... let's say God gave us the original 10. He gave the British 13. The British Bill of Rights has 13 stipulations. The Germans have 29, the Belgians have 25, the Swedish have only 6, and some people in the world have no rights at all. What kind of a fuckin' goddamn god given deal is that!?... NO RIGHTS AT ALL!? Why would God give different people in different countries a different numbers of different rights? Boredom? Amusement? Bad arithmetic? Do we find out at long last after all this time that God is weak in math skills? Doesn't sound like divine planning to me. Sounds more like human planning. Sounds more like one group trying to control another group. In other words... business as usual in America.

Now, if you think you do have rights, I have one last assignment for ya. Next time you're at the computer get on the Internet, go to Wikipedia. When you get to Wikipedia, in the search field for Wikipedia, I want you to type in, "Japanese-Americans 1942" and you'll find out all about your
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>> No. 29609 ID: 8ef743
This reminds me of Hardware(1990).

Post-apocalyptic, Terminator-inspired, and cyberpunkish.
>> No. 29626 ID: cd4a7e
Hell fuckin' yea! That movie is so good, it even has Lemmy from Motörhead in it.
>> No. 29634 ID: 8ef743
It also has Iggy Pop in it and a soundtrack partly by Public Image Ltd., that band Johnny Rotten was in after Sex Pistols.

No. 29573 ID: 388296 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
  >TNT has released a new trailer for its upcoming drama series "Legends," starring Sean Bean ("Game of Thrones," "The Lord of the Rings"). Featuring never-before-seen footage, the two-minute trailer provides the best look yet at the intense drama, which tells the story of an undercover agent plunged into a terrifying mystery over his own identity. "Legends" will premiere on Wednesday, Aug. 13, at 9 p.m. (ET/PT).

>Based on the award-winning book by master spy novelist Robert Littell, "Legends" stars Sean Bean as Martin Odum, an undercover agent working for the FBI's Deep Cover Operations (DCO) division. Martin has the uncanny ability to transform himself into a completely different person for each job. But he begins to question his own identity when a mysterious stranger suggests that Martin isn't the man he believes himself to be.

Could be good...
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>> No. 29577 ID: 591338
Lost it pretty hard. It's so fucking true.

I'm honestly shocked when he doesn't die in a role.
>> No. 29610 ID: d65b1a
I can't see Bean as a man who always dies after he played Sharpe for so many shows. The man can't die in that series.
>> No. 29613 ID: 388296

So, basically, the rest of his career is to make up for that immortality?
>> No. 29625 ID: d65b1a

I believe so, yes.

No. 29600 ID: e28d25 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
  General weird al thread.
>> No. 29612 ID: 8ef743
  Polka Power!
>> No. 29616 ID: 9507dc
I saw him in concert a few years ago. It was pretty cool and I highly recommend it. Costume changes for every other song pretty much.
>> No. 29620 ID: 8ef743
  Is it sad that I only know of his polka cover medleys because they were used in so many of those VCR-edited anime music videos of Evangelion?

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