Here’s to…

…weird emails.
…long walks on the beach.
…long nights.
…fun in the sun.
…beautiful people like us.
…singing in the rain.
…a sneeze, sniffle and a cough.
…what can and can’t be.
…life, pain and pleasure.
…love and hate.
…our wondrous world.
…awesome presents.
…blue skies.
…perfect kisses.
…battles between the sun and the moon.
…every perfect thing I will say.
…eyes I could gaze into forever.
…hard work and well earned benefit.
…chills down the spine.
…sparkles of the eye.
…messy hair.
…good books and movies.
…my lips against yours.
…songs for right moments.
…quotes of the day.
…art that makes you think.
…stomach turning amusement park rides.
…youth and courage.
…age and wisdom.
…fantastic workouts.
…flicks of the hair.
…sweet smells.
…crazy emotions.
…dreams and memories.
…great and good friends.
…contagious attitudes and words.
…ignorant fools.
…living life with our eyes open.
…punk, hip hop and rock.
…adapting and overcoming.
…fighting because you choose to.
…21 questions.
…home and loving parents.
…entertaining thoughts.
…arousing escapades.
…moments in heat.
…laughing at your own jokes.
…the scent of a woman.
…uniqueness, identity and originality.
…your life and mine.
…the end.
…blissful sleep.
…my fucking khakis.
…being young and hopeless.
…moments soaked with perfection.
…our thought process.
…massive amounts of delicious food.
…long, tight and warm hugs.
…well deserved hot showers.
…shoulders to cry on.
…interesting names.
…beauty, freedom and truth.
…honesty eternal.
…magical powers.
…good… no.. great (!) sex.
…awesome clothes.
…snowball fights.
…leaves falling in fall.
…chicken soup when you’re sick.
…tears of joy.
…dancing with the best.
…having fun when you shouldn’t.
…pranks, plots, plans and schemes.
…truly knowing you.
…900 character away messages.
…slumber parties.
…the future.
…the past.
…the present.
…the good.
…the evil.
…the indifference.
…the caring.
…the smiles and frowns.
…the hard times we make it through.

=Sterling Sanders

My week in Twitter:

  • I have no regrets, just lessons learned. =$
  • They say, “they never really miss you till you dead or you gone.” So on that note, I’m leaving after this song. =$
  • Playtime for dangerous minds. =$
  • Immorality: the morality of those who are having a better time. =$
  • Some people are just dense. =$
  • Just because you got the bacon, lettuce, tomato and mayo don’t mean I’m going to give you my toast. =$
  • You got me in a vendetta kinda mood. Tell the angels you’ve never seen evil so personified as you did in the eyes of the man who killed you.
  • Paquio deaded Hadden in 2nd round.
  • HI haters, I’m back of HIatus. =$
  • Just climbed up a 2.5 story tree and cut off a 200lbs branch with a hand saw. Daring feat of the day? Check. Reward? One word, chainsaw!!!!

My week in Twitter:

  • Don’t mistake legibility for commiunication. =$ –>#
  • I never understood the conflict between abstraction and naturalism, since all paintings are inherently abstract to begin with. =$ –>#
  • Never allow someone to be your priority while allowing yourself to be their option. =$ –>#
  • Is $1700 too much to pay for a new chair I’ll spend 14 hours a day in? –>#
  • When the come down, outweighs the good times, you know the party’s over man. =$ –>#
  • Throwback track of the moment: Rob Base and DJ E-Z Rock – Joy and Pain. –>#

My week in Twitter:

  • Ahhh, spring, a time of hope renewal and new toys. The bigger the better. Out playing with an MDX. =$ –>#
  • WIWT: Cole Haan Black Leather Sandles, Rock and Republic Dark Blue Washed Jeans, Express Sweater Hoodie, Ka.. –>#
  • They always forget the “just kidding” after “money doesn’t buy happiness.” –>#
  • Fuck it black, no time for looking back, it’s done! =$ –>#
  • Throwback track of the moment: Calloway – I Wanna Be Rich. –>#
  • Some say fatigue makes the best pillow, I would have to go with good wine and perhaps a soft blanket. ~KH –>#
  • Far better to dare mighty things, even in failure, than to rank with those who live in a gray twilight, and know not victory nor defeat. =$ –>#
  • One thing I’ve never really given is… a shit. =$ –>#
  • It’s because most nights I went to bed and slept when I should have sat up and worried. =$ –>#
  • Think you can go toe to toe, but really, it’ll be more like elephant swatting a gnat, I don’t move till I’m provoked. =$ –>#
  • You know what they say, you never know what you got till it’s gone. Well I’m gone. =$ –>#
  • Looking for love in all the wrong places. =$ –>#
  • Why are there so many songs about rainbows, and what’s on the other side? =$ –>#

My new best friend

So, I finally did it. It’s been a long time coming, I bought a new car, seen here:

My new best friend.My new best friend.

This Acura MDX Touring has made me rather happy this week. The more time I spend with it, the more time I find joy really does come in large, golden metallic, wrapped in leather packages! Lol.


The amenities: Power doors, locks, seats. Sun/Moon Roof. Second and third row seating, leather seats, leather wrapped shift knob. Heated memory seats and mirrors. Steering Wheel Controls, Wood-Grain Dash. Trip Computer.


Not too high end that it’s going to cost me an arm and leg to fix, not to low brow I can’t pick up mad hotties. All in all an amazing SUV I’m proud to own.

It drives more like a car, than it does a truck. The steering is precise, and the ride makes bumps feel like soft mushy mole hills. Today I just discovered the power in the last 30% of the accelerator. Has pep when I need it, but at no time do I feel I’m in anything less that full control. It feels like a natural extension of myself on the road. Not to get too metaphysical about it anyway!

The heated seats are life saving in cold weather, the sunroof is there for me when I’m feeling claustrophobic. I’m already far too use to luxury, I don’t think I could ever live with anything less.

The bad? Well, the car is so smooth, I tend to zone out. It’s happened so often it’s scary. I pass the places I intended to turn, I notice potential lane changes later and sometimes not at all. It’s really effin’ ridiculous. It’s like the car is lulling me into a Zen state, and I have to shake my brain to wake it up. Either that, or I get honked at cause the light has been green for like 3 seconds. Lol. Absolutley ridiculous.

I’m seriously such an attentive driver, even though I’m a, as my friends like to say, “granny driver,” I’m still usually rather alert while driving. My nature is observation, and a car that dull that edge I have to think twice about. I don’t think there’s such a thing as “too smooth,” but I do think it’s something I get used sooner than later. Well, to tell you the truth, it’s either the car that has had me zoning out lately, or the inordinate amount of Jose Gonzalez I’ve been rocking in the ride since I got it.

And to hear him coming out of an eight speaker Bose system is just serene. The dude can change my mood in a second. His guitar is calming and hypnotizing. And his voice, man, think I’m going to have to put in and bump some Wu-Tang… LOUD, and see if I’m alert then. In any case, that’s all for now, I’ll keep the blog updated with further thoughts about the ride as they come. Till then, it’s all love, peace and silver! =$

My week in Twitter:

  • Our lives are defined by opportunities, even the ones we miss. –>#
  • Para arriba, para abajo, para centro, para adentro. –>#
  • Para arriba, para abajo, para el centro, para adentro. –>#
  • What is Courage? Risking more than others think safe; dreaming more than others think practical; expecting more than others think possible. –>#
  • It is the wise person who knows when and how to make the exception to every rule. –>#
  • Sometimes you’re ahead, sometimes you’re behind; the race is long, and in the end, it’s only with yourself. –>#
  • Happy Easter to all, and to all a good… err… Easter! =$ –>#

My week in Twitter:

  • Life is all about timing, timing is everything. –>#
  • Wacom Intuius4…. Drooooolll! =$ –>#
  • Skype for IPhone, awesome, wifi only, but still awesome! –>#
  • You remind me of a girl, that I, once knew. =$ –>#
  • My favorite new band: Nico Vega. –>#
  • Achieving the end of the exercise was never really the point of the exercise, was it? =$ –>#
  • Throwback song of the moment: Reality – Yolanda –>#
  • The end is rarely so great a thing as the journey. =$ –>#
  • LOST is…. insane! Best show ever. –>#
  • You know what, fuck it, I’m above it. I let fools take shots at me, no response; I just FLIP, and POP my collar like the Fonz. =$ –>#
  • R&R jeans, cover the rectum, I kick game just like David Beckham. –>#
  • Life is not a spectator’s sport. Win, lose or draw, the game is in progress. =$ –>#

My week in Twitter:

  • Everbody got something on they mind, they been thinking for some time, but never had the heart to say. =$ –>#
  • Eygptian décor, coloring logic. –>#
  • Cry havoc, and let loose the dogs of war. –>#
  • Life is a sexually transmitted existence with a 100% mortality rate. So don’t live it in fear. –>#
  • *sigh* *shakes head* Silly rabbit… –>#
  • Suit, check. Swagga check. Stepping out the door for another inbreiated escapade? Check! =$ –>#
  • Is listening to the sound of sleet hitting his windshield and jose gonzales on his drive home. –>#
  • Yyyaaayyy!!! We’re having a white… spring? Wait what the HELL is going on?! Currently searching for open mountains! =$ –>#

Resident Evil 4

So, lately, I’ve been on this kick about finishing (or at least playing) games I should have played long ago. I call this my pile of shame.  The games have ranged from super popular game of the year type games, to indie cult classics.  And now, finally, feeling I didn’t really have a sufficient sound board to talk about or discuss the things that really stood out for me, I decided to start blogging about it.

Now, I’m not making any promises, because obviously, to start blogging is hard, it’s something, that for me, to keep it consistent, has to come from a habit.  So I’m going to try to write a blog with each game I plan to write about.

Now, this will sort of be a review from my perspective.  But it will not be one in the traditional sense.  There will be no structure to these ramblings.  They will be very much stream of consciousness, have little or no editing, and will not guaranteed to actually be talking about the physical game itself, but maybe how it made me feel.  I like to call this an experience game review.  It’s based on the experience I had with it.

The best part about this process is that, most of the games I’m playing are no longer on the ever so prominent hype train.  So I haven’t read reviews, message boards, listened to podcast discussions or anything relating to the game in a long time.  So it feels like a new and fresh experience, not colored by any opinion other than the fact that these games, are held as classics in some fashion.

All that said, this weeks game is Resident Evil 4.

I think it’s good to experience something that throws you from your comfort zone.  Keeps you thinking that you’re still alive.

The first primary thing I have to get off my chest about this game is that, for the first time a game traditionally about zombies made blowing heads off not fun.  I literally couldn’t believe it.  When the lethal and satisfying splatter of a zombies head goes “POP” it is one of the most entertaining and frustration relieving experiences ever in a video game.

But I’ll be damned (btw, these are spoiler ridden, so if you haven’t played it or won’t play it, don’t read), Capcom actually NERF’d the damn the head shot in this game!!!  The “zombies” actually aren’t zombies, but are humans in a small hidden, and secluded Spanish village who have all been infested with Parasites, so the head honcho guy can eventually try to conquer America.  How’s he going to do that?  Simple, but kidnapping the presidents daughter, infecting her, and through that infection controlling her and getting her to infect the other people that surround the president, all the ones that have his ear and influence him.   And if that doesn’t work, they just invade from the inside, spreading the parasite like a virus.

The parasite attaches itself to the nervous system, from what I could tell on the spine, and proceeds to grow.  Once it hatches inside of you, it’s quite difficult to remove, can’t only be removed through a special type of radiation, directly applied by energy knives.

I say all that to say, because the bodies are being controlled by parasites, and they are not zombies, if you get a critical hit (which pops the head off) or you get a head shot, the body can still function!!  Granted this doesn’t start happening until you’re about a third of the game, but that means, for two fucking thirds of the game you actually DON’t want to get headshots, because then, you have to deal with the parasite that pops out of the neck where the head used to sit. (clear time for me was apx. 36hrs – but the game count’s pausing time, which is ridiculous, cause sometimes I’ll pause and go eat for two hours, so I’m going to say about 30 hours it took me to finish – so 20 hours of that).

Every time I was done playing for the same, I couldn’t help but be upset.  The fact that when a head exploded the enemy got harder.  The first thing you always think of is to aim for the head.  It made inaccurate weapons like the automatic shotgun frustrating, because if you accidently got a head shot, you’d have to get a SECOND harder headshot to put the fuckers down.

In past games, you pull out a shotgun, you point it at a head, the head splatters onto a wall or disintegrates in the wake of a shotgun to the face, those bodies collapse.  But ooooohhhhhh nooooooo… In RE4, a parasite head shoots out of the neck, and has a long tail with a blade on it that reaches about 6ft.-10ft. in the game, and can attack you from any position, including if the body is the on the ground, the tail can slice your legs.

So the entire game, if an enemy get’s close to you, you’re practically begging not to get a critical hit.  Because if you do, the body doesn’t always fall and give you time to either get away or kill it.  So weird enough, I was shooting for legs 90% of the time in this game.  Critical hits are a lot more likely when shooting for the chest.  So the feet and legs were my bread and butter.

How shooting a parasitic human in the legs with sub-machine gun, sniper rifle, hand-gun or automatic shotgun would kill them I don’t know.

The reason I spend so long on this is because, as a basic mechanic of the survival-horror genre, and something you’ll be doing a countless amount of times, I ask Capcom for one thing in RE5, don’t you dare make headshots NOT fun.   If I blow off a head I want to have to worry about moving on to the next enemy, not struggling even more with a hard enemy with a reach 4 times as long, and more difficult to kill.

In a video game, shooting zombies in the legs IS NOT FUN.  So for that fuck you Capcom.  *phew*

Now, this is not to say I hate the game.  I actually had a thoroughly entertaining time with this game!  It was innovative on so many levels.   It kept you paying attention to the cut scenes, because, at any moment, it could prompt you for a controller action to continue the cut scene, you miss that moment, you die.  Unfortunately, what this resulted in, was inevitably that you couldn’t always sit back and enjoy what was going on, because believe, on occasion, it was highly entertaining.

The character models in the this game are beautiful, the details were grand, and I didn’t feel like the game suffered at all being played on a my 55″ HDTV.  Sure the colors were a little vapid, and it felt like there was a lot of motion blur, but those felt like homage’s to the horror genre itself.  They felt like artistic choices, not a lack of technology to make it all crisp.   This was the first game I played on my PS2 with the component cable, and I must say, it made a world of difference.  If I had known games could look this good for the last 10 years, I would have gotten an HDTV a long time ago.  Well if I had 12 grand to drop on a Plasma then, I would have.

Not being able to move when you shoot was really annoying.  Sometimes all I wanted to do, was back up when I’m shooting at a zombie walking towards me.  But I understand not putting the ability in there.  It keeps the tense moments tense, and forces you to try to be more accurate with your shoot.  Because if you can’t back up, and guys are walking toward you, you only have a couple of choices: drop your gun and run, stand there and shoot potentially missing and dying, or kill those fuckers before they even have a chance to get close. Naturally I chose the latter.

Granted, I was never a crack shot, my shot percentage was 58% overall by the end of the game.  But I didn’t really care, they gave me enough ammo, I usually didn’t have to worry about it.  However, there were times when they’d throw a dozen plus enemies at me, and not give me ANY ammo afterward.  This was the very definition of annoying.  I am the type of game player that likes to over prepare, I like to be overstocked with everything I can manage.  I want to carry as many herbs, full health herbs, weapons, ammo, grenades, incendiary grenades and flash bangs as I can.  Resident Evil, however, has always been an exercise in resource management.

They’ve always held the mantra “make that shot count, you might not get another bullet”.  And as fucked up as it sounds, it felt like at every moment, the game adjusted itself to what I had in my inventory.  If I had mad health herbs and lots of ammo, it decided to be harder and drop less shit, if I didn’t have a lot, every enemy I killed and barrel or box I destroyed had items in it.   In this way, it was very clever how the kept the balance of making each fight intense because I never wanted to use too many bullets, because I might not get more.

The game was much longer than I was expecting it to be.  I thought it was going to be 10 or 12 hours, didn’t know it’d be three times that length.  It didn’t really feel like it was dragging, but I was trying to get done with the game quickly, cause I thought, it couldn’t be that long.  I was not expecting to get into an epic.  But that’s what I got.

I play as Leon, I’m sent as a lone person to save the Presidents daughter.  (but we all know in real life, that one dude in a leather jacket with a one gun on him is going to sent for this mission; we would send a fully equipped and highly trained tactical team)  So the premise is a bit ludicrous, but as Joss Wheadon says, they way you make a good story is that: “you take some people, put them in parole, and you see what they’re made of”.  And boy is Leon snarky, sarcastic, and well trained enough to be fighting parasite infested humanoids for 30 hours.

All in all, I had a blast of a time with this game, even with the parts I felt frustrating and stupid.  I mean, dying because I missed an on screen action is really annoying, and having to go through and see the same cut scenes every time is rather repetitive and frustrating.

But the atmosphere of the game was amazing.  The misty darker corridors, the creepy broken down shacks, the freaky ass sound effects, and the highly disturbing and emotionally shocking score.  This is a game where you learn to value more than anything, silence.  As soon as music starts, or sound effects play, you know you’re in for something.  Sometimes it was the creepy groan or moan of a pack of zombies, sometimes it was a chain they were carrying rattling on the ground.  Whatever if it was always creepy and uncomfortable, and at every chance, you wanted to destroy everything that was making a noise until you could have silence again.

I don’t like scary games, maybe because I don’t like my personal space feeling like it’s being invaded, even if it is by a slow moving half-man half-parasite.  But I’ll be damn if it didn’t excite me and creep me out at the same time.  I think it’s good to experience something that throws you from your comfort zone.  Keeps you thinking that you’re still alive, and thank god.  No way a fucking zombie’s going to take my life!


I’ve seen 184 out of 239 movies. I have no life?

I love online postings and surveys, they’re such bundled nuggets of knowledge on how to gauge, read and judge people. Supposedly if you’ve seen over 85 movies on the following list, you have no life. There are 239 movies on this list, and the goal is to mark, then add up, the number to determine if you have a life.

To go beyond the obvious, and untrue, generalizations surrounding a task of this sort, I found this list rather annoying. The greater majority of the movies I haven’t seen on this list are B, C, D, and 80’s horror flicks — yes, I was totally shooting for all 239 movies. The list looks like a tale of pop culture, and a bad one at that, rather than an exercise in cinematic quality. But maybe that’s the point, to place a large amount of filler movies into the list to insure that those who’ve seen a large amount of these films are the lifeless bunch of the world. I happen to be a huge fan of cinema, so I’m obviously proud of the films I’ve seen and own. That said, if the crafters of this list were aiming to include a majorityinto this list, they did a poor job of that as well.

The films missing from the list are so obvious it’s disgusting. It almost completely lacks in dramas; there is no Shawshank, no Star Wars, no Goodfellas, or Pulp Fiction, Citizen Kane, Psycho, Fight Club, Taxi Driver, Se7en, etc, all of which would fit into the lists general themes (I could have gone on for days). Yet, Indiana Jones, Lord of the Rings, etc make it on to the list. If we’re going to add classics and cult classics how about a Godfather, Goonies or Full Metal Jacket? The problem lies in the actual amount of quality films on the list.

Don’t get me wrong, the idea that you’re “not” supposed to have seen many of these movies has not been lost on me. However, in my humble opinion, it is nearly impossible for someone who grew up in our era (80′s-2000′s) to not have seen at least 85 films on this list of popularity. To be frank, if you haven’t seen at least 85 films on this list, I’m not sure you have a life or friends that live in this century. It is not however, my charge here to generalize or judge, nor do I place any clout in random postings stating they are aficionados on what “living” is. I almost feel bad for the film critics across the world, who dedicate themselves to watching and reviewing movies just for them to discover they have no life, job or not, hah.

In any case, the following is my list; though i would have been more proud of my final number had this been an IMDB top 250 movies of all time list. But hey, maybe that’s just the non-life of a loser who still needs an education in the art of living. ;)~s

(X) Rocky Horror Picture Show
(X) Grease
(X) Pirates of the Caribbean
(X) Pirates of the Caribbean 2: Dead Man’s Chest
(X) Boondock Saints
(X) Fight Club
() Starsky and Hutch
(X) Neverending Story
(X) Blazing Saddles
(X) Airplane
Total: 9

(X) The Princess Bride
(X) AnchorMan
(X) Napoleon Dynamite
(X) Labyrinth
(X) Saw
(X) Saw II
(X) White Noise
() White Oleander
(X) Anger Management
(X) 50 First Dates
() The Princess Diaries
() The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement
Total so far: 18

(X) Scream
(X) Scream 2
(X) Scream 3
() Scary Movie
() Scary Movie 2
() Scary Movie 3
() Scary Movie 4
(X) American Pie
(X) American Pie 2
(X) American Wedding
() American Pie Band Camp
Total so far: 24

(X) Harry Potter 1
(X) Harry Potter 2
(X) Harry Potter 3
(X) Harry Potter 4
(X) Resident Evil 1
(X) Resident Evil 2
(X) The Wedding Singer
() Little Black Book
() The Village
(X) Lilo & Stitch
Total so far: 32

(X) Finding Nemo
(X) Finding Neverland
(X) Signs
(X) The Grinch
(X) Texas Chainsaw Massacre
(X) Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning
() White Chicks
(X) Butterfly Effect
(X) 13 Going on 30
(X) I, Robot
(X) Robots
Total so far: 42

(X) Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story
(X) Universal Soldier
(X) Lemony Snicket: A Series Of Unfortunate Events
() Along Came Polly
(X) Deep Impact
(X) KingPin
(X) Never Been Kissed
(X) Meet The Parents
(X) Meet the Fockers
(X) Eight Crazy Nights
(X) Joe Dirt
Total so far: 53

(X) A Cinderella Story
(X) The Terminal
() The Lizzie McGuire Movie
() Passport to Paris
(X) Dumb & Dumber
(X) Dumber & Dumberer
(X) Final Destination
(X) Final Destination 2
(X) Final Destination 3
(X) Halloween
(X) The Ring
(X) The Ring 2
() Surviving X-MAS
(X) Flubber
Total so far: 64

(X) Harold & Kumar Go To White Castle
(X) Practical Magic
(X) Chicago
() Ghost Ship
(X) From Hell
(X) Hellboy
(X) Secret Window
(X) I Am Sam
(X) The Whole Nine Yards
(X) The Whole Ten Yards
Total so far: 73

(X) The Day After Tomorrow
(X) Child’s Play
(X) Seed of Chucky
(X) Bride of Chucky
(X) Ten Things I Hate About You
(X) Just Married
(X) Gothika
(X) Nightmare on Elm Street
(X) Sixteen Candles
(X) Remember the Titans
(X) Coach Carter
() The Grudge
() The Grudge 2
(X) The Mask
() Son Of The Mask
Total so far: 85

(X) Bad Boys
(X) Bad Boys 2
() Joy Ride
(X) Lucky Number Slevin
(X) Ocean’s Eleven
(X) Ocean’s Twelve
(X) Bourne Identity
(X) Bourne Supremecy
() Lone Star
(X) Bedazzled
(X) Predator I
(X) Predator II
(X) The Fog
(X) Ice Age
(X) Ice Age 2: The Meltdown
() Curious George
Total so far: 98

(X) Independence Day
(X) Cujo
(X) A Bronx Tale
() Darkness Falls
() Christine
(X) ET
(X) Children of the Corn
() My Bosses Daughter
(X) Maid in Manhattan
(X) War of the Worlds
(X) Rush Hour
(X) Rush Hour 2
Total so far: 108

() Best Bet
(X) How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days
(X) She’s All That
() Calendar Girls
(X) Sideways
(X) Mars Attacks
(X) Event Horizon
(X) Ever After
(X) Wizard of Oz
(X) Forrest Gump
(X) Big Trouble in Little China
(X) The Terminator
(X) The Terminator 2
(X) The Terminator 3
Total so far: 120

(X) X-Men
(X) X-2
(X) X-3
(X) Spider-Man
(X) Spider-Man 2
() Sky High
() Jeepers Creepers
() Jeepers Creepers 2
(X) Catch Me If You Can
(X) The Little Mermaid
(X) Freaky Friday
(X) Reign of Fire
(X) The Skulls
(X) Cruel Intentions
(X) Cruel Intentions 2
() The Hot Chick
(X) Shrek
(X) Shrek 2
Total so far: 134

() Swimfan
(X) Miracle on 34th street
(X) Old School
(X) The Notebook
(X) K-Pax
(X) Krippendorf’s Tribe
() A Walk to Remember
(X) Ice Castles
() Boogeyman
(X) The 40-year-old-virgin
Total so far: 141

(X) Lord of the Rings Fellowship of the Ring
(X) Lord of the Rings The Two Towers
(X) Lord of the Rings Return Of the King
(X) Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark
(X) Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom
(X) Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade
Total so far: 147

(X) BASEketball
(X) Hostel
() Waiting for Guffman
(X) House of 1000 Corpses
(X) Devils Rejects
(X) Elf
(X) Highlander
(X) Mothman Prophecies
(X) American History X
() Three
Total so Far: 155

(X) The Jacket
(X) Kung Fu Hustle
(X) Shaolin Soccer
() Night Watch
(X) Monsters Inc.
(X) Titanic
(X) Monty Python and the Holy Grail
(X) Shaun Of the Dead
() Willard
Total so far: 162

() High Tension
(X) Club Dread
(X) Hulk
(X) Dawn Of the Dead
(X) Hook
(X) Chronicles Of Narnia The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe
(X) 28 days later
(X) Orgazmo
(X) Phantasm
(X) Waterworld
Total so far: 168

(X) Kill Bill vol 1
(X) Kill Bill vol 2
(X) Mortal Kombat
() Wolf Creek
(X) Kingdom of Heaven
(X) the Hills Have Eyes
() I Spit on Your Grave aka the Day of the Woman
() The Last House on the Left
() Re-Animator
(X) Army of Darkness
Total so far: 174

(X) Star Wars Ep. I The Phantom Menace
(X) Star Wars Ep. II Attack of the Clones
(X) Star Wars Ep. III Revenge of the Sith
(X) Star Wars Ep. IV A New Hope
(X) Star Wars Ep. V The Empire Strikes Back
(X) Star Wars Ep. VI Return of the Jedi
() Ewoks Caravan Of Courage
() Ewoks The Battle For Endor
Total so far: 180

(X) The Matrix
(X) The Matrix Reloaded
(X) The Matrix Revolutions
(X) Animatrix
(X) Evil Dead
(X) Evil Dead 2
(X) Team America: World Police
(X) Red Dragon
(X) Silence of the Lambs
(X) Hannibal
Total so far: 184