|MrBuddy - 2011-11-16 |
If you come to poeTV at 4am you're likely to misread Skinemax as Skrillex and wonder why the music sounds different.
|Dirtchamber - 2011-11-16 |
This is fucking incredible. Holy shit.
|Unmerciful Crushing Force - 2011-11-16 |
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 - 2011-11-16 |
|baleen - 2011-11-16 |
Like the idea, can't stand the music.
|Hugo Gorilla - 2011-11-16 |
I had completely forgotten about Monster Squad. And half the movies in the clip. But instantly recognized them all.
|Zaku-sensei - 2011-11-16 |
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.
|Raggamuffin - 2011-11-16 |
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.
|Ursa_minor - 2011-11-16 |
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.
Meant as a reply to Memedumpster.
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
|Sputum - 2011-11-16 |
This was mostly trash, but I really liked the tune starting at 33:25. Can anyone ID this?
|FABIO - 2011-11-16 |
Some of them were matched to the sound I guess?
|NewHeavenSalesman - 2011-11-16 |
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 - 2011-11-17 |
Yeah I'm not going to watch all 35 hours of this shit...
|Caminante Nocturno - 2013-03-29 |
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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