Movies On the Move!

“John Sarin dedicated GameCube player…”

Allow me to get technical for a moment. Its nice to be on an internet connection that doesn’t have 28% packet loss. I’m coming to you live from Toms River, NJ where I am on sister watching duty for the evening. Today I bought a case for my computer and a red neon light for the inside of it. I also bought a sound card which has its own remote. Thats right folks SeanPiotrowski is slowly building a new computer. After 4 years of trusty service from the Dell its time to retire it from main PC service. I’ve decided to trick it out to the max so it will last me another 4 years or more. This week iTunes came out for the Windows platform. I’ve been using it for the Mac since August and I’ve been in love with it since then. Its nice to finally be able to listen to the iTunes radio stations now on my laptop and main pc. Infact I’m listening to it now here on the D600 laptop. Its a good program but I will not have it replace my trusty WinAmp. But the radio stations are great to listen to so I’ll hold onto it for that…

This week was an interesting one for movies. Kay and I watched Adrenalin Drive which was a Japanese language film about a boy and a girl who get wrapped up with the YAKUZA and they steal money from them and the Yakuza chase them. It also had a little romance in it. It was a great movie and we both enjoyed it. It was kinda like True Romance but less violent and more fun. I also watched the Usual Suspects. I must say for years people have been telling me how amazing it was and how great it is. Well after watching it I must say it was an enjoyable film but it was by no means the PINNACLE of film making that people have made it out to be. Basically to me it was Fight Club about crime. This morning I finally got to watch my newly purchased Texas Chainsaw Massacre: Special Edition DVD. For the past few months I’ve been watching classic horror movies and horror movies that have been billed as “the scariest of all time” and all though many of them have been enjoyable none of them have truly frightened me. Texas Chainsaw Massarce did have me tense up at moments. But it was by no means scary to me. It was disturbing in some ways and full of gore and blood. It also had crazy chainsaw violence. All of these things were all things I like in my horror even the main girl was hot. Even by today’s standards she was hot and this film was made in like 1970. Tonight or tommrow I will be watching Confessions of a Dangerous Mind. I will let you guys know how that one is. Seriously I’m so glad I signed up for NetFlix it is the greatest thing I’ve ever done…

I’m going to go now…

Till next time…”Love will tear us apart…”