Oh possibly. I just found it funny. But yeah I did say Ghoulies. Goonies was also terrifying as a kid and would of seen that very early so it works too I suppose haha
Hey, man! Yup, I've seen both Creep movies and absolutely loved them (I actually preferred the second over the first). Happy that I can always throw recommendations your way that, by the sounds of it, always hits the spot. Like I've said, it amazes me how much our taste in film is practically identical.@tridon and again love all your choices. I’ve taken so many recommendations off you over the years and I thank you so much for that. Some have instantly become favourites. Not sure if I ever asked you but have you seen creep? It’s one I mention in the underrated question. I think you might like it.
Also you gave troll hunter such an amazing shoutout I’m about to wack it on. You know I love it anyway but you got me in the mood haha. Love your version you put together. That yellow case is amazing. I have the U.K. version with the lenti slip which also has that survival guide but mine also came with 4 troll cards that you could use on a AR app. I remember having the app years ago but I’ll see if it’s still around tomorrow.
I forgot to mention earlier too that dig at the final girl question made me laugh. That was me everyone. Hadn’t heard the term before lol.
My answer is also Ripley the same as you and @kaw
My honourable mentions would be Sidney Prescott and Laurie strode FYI
I’ve not heard of starry eyes so I’ll try and check that one out too.
And I’ll add my final list of films I watched over the last week to the horror chat tomorrow afternoon. Need to update that now. Think i did 32 in the end!!!
Honestly, again thanks for getting us involved and to @Snollygoster for the video, such a great job. Found the little visual jokes you made toward me so funny. (Mike Myers and the goonies) lol
I’m honestly really sorry to hear about quiver mate. Really am. I know it’s been massively stressful and time consuming for you and it’s been a while since I heard you speak about it and also why I haven’t asked in a while because I know how hard it has been. And I know it’s hard to talk about. It’s such a shame to hear what’s happened and thanks for the update on it and whats happened since. You didn’t need to do that and you can see it’s hard to talk about so thank you and I (personally) appreciate that.
Never see that poster before though. That’s so cool guys, did a banging job with that. (Actually I think I might of seen that poster! Ignore me).
But keep that mind of yours ticking and do what you’ve got to do and from one friend to another I wish you all the luck in the world in the future with whatever screenplays you write and ideas that you develop. Getting your confidence knocked is tough and I hope you bounce back from that in full effect.
Thanks so much, guys. I really appreciate it.EXACTLY!!!
Oh I actually mean the British film that came out in 2004. It’s a little creature feature set in the London Underground. It’s actually a pretty decent film. There’s one particular scene that’s quite freaky and disturbing. It’s one of Sean Harris first filmsJust want to pop in to say thank you to everyone who collaborated on this fun little project and for @Snollygoster for editing together one hell of a video! Trust me, The GeekCap is nowhere near as good until Jake puts his magic touch on it.
Should we do a Christmas/holiday special this year?
Hey, man! Yup, I've seen both Creep movies and absolutely loved them (I actually preferred the second over the first). Happy that I can always throw recommendations your way that, by the sounds of it, always hits the spot. Like I've said, it amazes me how much our taste in film is practically identical.
Glad you like my Frankensteined Trollhunter edition. There's never been a premium edition for that film, so I had to put together something special. I absolutely love that flick!
This was fun, though. Really happy that you were able to join in!
Thanks so much, guys. I really appreciate it.
Even though I'm not the one holding up the project, I feel like I've genuinely let a lot of people down... which obviously wasn't what I wanted. I've been quiet about things for over a year now, hoping that things would change for the better, so I felt there was no better time than now to address the film. It wasn't easy to do and it certainly wasn't easy to do without showing any disappointment/frustration/anger, but I think I did alright.
For eight years, my creativity felt crushed and destroyed from Quiver's post-production experience. I honestly haven't written a full-length screenplay since then, but over the past couple years, I've been starting up again by writing some short screenplays.
So, here's the good news: I'm collaborating with Quiver's cinematographer, Josh Fitzgerald, and we should have a project to announce within the next year. I also have a full-length screenplay in the works with my brother James. For those that don't know, my brother is a graphic designer in Toronto and he has a fair amount of connections... and there's a big-name director that wants to look at the screenplay and possibly produce it when it's done, but I'm not going to name names. Just cross your fingers for me.