Dreams of Dying Stars - Buried in the Void - one hour of ambient/space music, peaceful (IMHO) and mellow. Very good!
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I'm as big a David Lynch fan as anybody, but a 150 minute version of Dune just wasn't going to succeed, no matter who directed it.
As Lena said, the Sci-Fi Network version was a lot more faithful to the book, and despite the fairly low budget visual effects I thought it was very good. The sequel by the same people, not quite as good but still not bad.
Actually Brian, I'd say the same thing about Lynch's vesion of Dune. It's a flawed film and not entirely satisfactory, but I love it and go back to it over and over again. In fact, it might be among my 10 most-revisited science fiction films.
The ultimate test of your mettle: how do you feel about Flash Gordon (1980)?
We're approaching that threshold where computer animation will be able to replace real actors.
Never mind the computer game industry... Imagine what this will mean for the porn industry!
For the record, I also love ghost stories and scary music, but I HATE roller coasters!
Come on, take the PLUNGE on the roller coaster!
Last time I was on a coaster was at Cedar Point, many years ago. There was a dark tunnel you go through, while a camera snaps rapid-fire photos of the people in the cars, which are then displayed at the entrance of the ride. My face in the photo was so twisted with horror and agony, that people in the crowd were actually pointing it out and laughing!
I'm a real roller coaster wimp!
grabbing it from rapidshare. Thanks for making it available for free!
You're welcome, enjoy!
Hmm, maybe this thread would be better in the listening booth subforum.