If you come to poeTV at 4am you're likely to misread Skinemax as Skrillex and wonder why the music sounds different.
This is fucking incredible. Holy shit.
|Unmerciful Crushing Force |
The feeling when you were 10 years old struggling to stay awake at 11pm with the lights turned off. TV was such an awesome, scary place.
For me, it was a slow, creeping sneak into the basement where I could watch late-night TV in relative safety.
Like a ninja!
I ended getting into the visual effects business for a short while, and hang out with a bunch of ex-ILM and vfx dudes - and boy does that take the magic out of lots of movies you grew up with - especially because I work with a lady who has worked on every ILM movie, starting with ET. I'm now a broken man.
|cool water sandwich |
Like the idea, can't stand the music.
|Hugo Gorilla |
I had completely forgotten about Monster Squad. And half the movies in the clip. But instantly recognized them all.
I wasn't gonna watch the whole thing, but it sucked me in completely. I love that they included 'The Hidden' I was sure I dreamed that movie as a kid until I rediscovered it just this year. I recognize most of these, but what is the one with Christopher Walken Dancing? that looks like a good movie.
That would be the King of New York.
Not that great a movie but had its moments.
Okay so it's a DJ set over a bunch of random 90's movie clips? I'm not getting it.
I don't get it either. Was this supposed to be 100% computer assembled or something? I've seen all these movies, but so what, is it supposed to be nostalgic?
The detuned The Knife song actually pisses me off and is 1 star worthy, but I might not be getting it, so I wont.
I grew up with these movies too. Some of these are old favorites, but to me, this video has the same effect as listening to a dj set while reading a list of movie titles.
Before the time of the great narcotic known as the internet, late night cable TV was your best source of entertainment in the 80's & early 90's.
The detuned knife fucking sucked ass, and was hard to listen to, but the Lauren Halo song with Hackers/Xanadu made up for it.
There's nothing to get. It's a bunch of clips just put together with music that may or may not suck, that may or may not appeal to you.
I was born in the 80s, and I enjoyed this. Don't know what else to say. I think it's one of those extremely polarizing things, where, it's either super amazing, or just random garbage with no nostalgic value.
I'm just taking life too seriously today is what it is.
Mr. Purple Cat Esq.
imo its a combination of good things but to the detriment of them all.. like a cheese and cholcolate and orange and fish stew.. or the travelling wilburys
This was mostly trash, but I really liked the tune starting at 33:25. Can anyone ID this?
Some of them were matched to the sound I guess?
I found this worked well playing it next to a muted emulator running Metal Slug X.
Also, there's a track listing in the video page itself, for those looking for particular tunes.
The Metal Slug series has good music, though.
I just felt that needed to be pointed out.
|Adham Nu'man |
Yeah I'm not going to watch all 35 hours of this shit...
|Caminante Nocturno |
My god, this video is like a drug for me. Barely a minute in, and suddenly I'm eight years old again and I've sneaked into the basement to watch TV at 2 AM.
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