Sunday, May 21, 2017

A Mini Bucket List for the Summer

On June 21, Jesse Scaccia, a columnist for The Virginian-Pilot, wrote an article called, “50 ways to fall in love with Norfolk this summer.” It’s actually a two-part article, but the second half hasn’t been published yet. To me, this sounded like a challenge to complete a mini, local bucket list. Challenge accepted, Hampton Roads! 

I’m going to include the text of the article here, because you’re only allowed a few free articles per month from Pilot online. And if you’ve already used them up, at least you can still see it here.
It’s happy season in Hampton Roads – summer.

Here are 50 ways – in two installments – to ensure you find joy in our sweet city on the water.
Save this article. Tape it to the fridge. See how many you can get through and notice how light you feel come fall.

1. Watch the diverse downtown set go by from a window seat at Field Guide while enjoying one of their “adult slushies.”
2. Plan a beach day in Ocean View, where the crowds are thinner than at the Oceanfront. It’s great for kids who are too small for the bigger waves of the Atlantic. We’ve done this on a regular basis, because like Jesse said, the crowds are thinner this time of year. However, when tourist season ends, I prefer the Oceanfront.
3. Catch one of Norfolk’s epic sunsets from the Hague footbridge and instantly fall in love.
4. Dance the night away at Latin social nights at the Mambo Room – because summer is the time for movement and feeling sexy. Salsa until 1 a.m. Fridays.
5. Play with one of the adoptable pups at the Norfolk SPCA. They sure would love a walk – it gets lonely inside.
6. Kick back and enjoy live music from some of the best bands in Tidewater at the Hermitage Museum’s Sunsets on the River. What a view, I’m telling ya.
7. Wear your angel wings, kilt, glitter, face paint and anything else that will make you feel like you’re in a Shakespearean wonderland for one of the most magical weekends of the year – the Mid-Summer Fantasy Festival in Town Point Park, July 29 – 31.
8. Travel back to the ‘80s. Generic Theater is putting on “Heathers: The Musical” this summer.
9. Harness the wind! Get your U.S. Sailing Basic Keelboat Certification through Sail Nauticus. I’m playing a little loose with this one. I don’t care about getting keelboat certification, but we did purchase some kayaks and got them registered for Norfolk and Suffolk already. In fact, we had them out on the water this last weekend.
10. Party on the streets of Norfolk at First Fridays downtown.
11. Get your licks in with an ice cream cone at Doumar’s. Well, duh! J
12. Think healthy and refreshing eating with one of the acai bowls at Zeke’s. Just $5 for a small.
13. Take the ferry to Portsmouth and grab lawn seats for a show at the Pavilion. Hold hands and feel the night rise with Ray LaMontagne on July 19. I’ve seen about three concerts at the Pavilion and think it’s just a fantastic place for concerts. The parking is easy in/easy out, and there’s a number of small, local restaurants within walking distance so you can eat there before the shows without spending a buttload of money on not-so-great concert food.
14. Buy a new (old) bike at Hunds Recyclefactory on North Colley and ride it as much as possible. We already have awesome beach cruisers from East Coast Cycle.
15. Walk among Norfolk’s historical dead at a twilight tour of Elmwood Cemetery. No RSVP necessary, every first and final Friday of the month, organized by the Norfolk Society for Cemetery Conservation. Did this on Friday, Aug. 26. I thought it was so interesting, that I also went on the historic Cedar Grove Cemetery tour on Sept. 17.
16. Celebrate Hogwarts-style. At the end of July, there’s a birthday party for Harry Potter at O’Connor Brewery. (I know there’s some craft beer and Harry lover out there who just squealed with delight.)
17. Tour the Naval Base, the world’s largest. We salute you, America! Done, and has been for some time now.
18. Catch The Wave, Norfolk’s come-as-you-are summertime dance party. If you love to dance and you’ve never spent a night at The Wave, I have just one word for you: Girl.
19. Get around town in style: the downtown water taxi takes off from Mile Marker Zero on the Elizabeth River.
20. Find the bird sanctuary in West Ghent. You’ve got to promise to keep this one a secret, as it is so often wonderfully devoid of people ... I’d say more but I’ve already said too much. It's almost hard to find, even if you have the address, because the gate is kind of hidden. It's also completely fenced in. On the way in, we actually saw a common ribbonsnake, so that was kind of neat. This would be an easy place to visit in just an hour, because it's not very big. We went there on July 9 and Jesse was right: only one other person was there and he left shortly after we got there.
21. Sample fried green tomatoes on the rooftop of Supper on one of those hot Southern nights. Alright. so this one is a little bit of a stretch: the best friend green tomatoes I've ever had was at Fire and Vine in Virginia Beach. They came with goat cheese and a balsamic vinegar glaze.....ohhh, they were mouth watering. :)
22. Add some laughs by taking the improv 101 class at the Push Comedy Theater.
23. Feast at Great American Picnic & Fireworks on July 4th.
24. Ride The Tide to see The Tides and to give Rip Tide a high five. Hook your bike up to the city’s newest piece of public art, “The Pitch,” by local artists Christopher Revels, Jen Stringer and Laura Freed. This seems like a couple different activities. We’ve ridden the Tide, have gone to see the Tides play usually every other summer, and I’m pretty sure I’ve high fived Rip Tide, but not all in the same evening.
25. Get sweaty at a punk show at Charlie’s in Riverview, or dance yourself clean at one of the best live music venues in all of these United States, The NorVa. I’ve been here to see Barenaked Ladies and loved it. :)

Check back next week for Part 2. What did Jesse miss? Email him.

25 must-try experiences in Virginia Beach for your summer bucket list

I am really enjoying the geographical bucket lists that Pilot Online reporters are doing this summer! Here is the first part of Robin Sidersky's Virginia Beach list.

What have I already accomplished here, in my time in Hampton Roads?

25 must-try experiences in Virginia Beach for your summer bucket list 

Summer is one of the best times of the year to live in Virginia Beach. There are so many things going on that you won’t have time to be bored. Here are 25 ideas to get you started. Next week, we'll have 25 more ideas. (But feel free to send us yours via the comment section below!)

1. Check out the circus at the Oceanfront. Every Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday there are three free shows at 17th Street. The shows are at 7:30, 8:30 and 9:30 p.m.
2. Walk the trails at First Landing State Park. There are nine of them, and they cover at least 19 miles, collectively. I haven't walked all the trails out there, but I have some walking out there. It's very pretty out there.
3. Swing through the trees at The Adventure Park at Virginia Aquarium. Try out the park’s newest Black Diamond course, Black Hawk.
4. Pick up locally-grown produce at the Shore Drive Farm Market. It’s every Saturday from 9 a.m until noon at 2947 Shore Drive. I did check this out on July 30, 2016. Like the Art Market listed below, this too was a mismatch of farmers and other small businesses, set up in a strip mall parking lot. But it was less crowded and I did buy one thing: cheese grits, from a seafood seller.
5. Ynot Wednesdays are back in Town Center every Wednesday from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Bands play live all four hours, there’s a little farmers market, plus food and drink vendors.
6. Watch a movie on the beach. The big screen will go up for a few Thursdays in August at 26th Street, and it’s free.
7. Grab breakfast at the original Citrus on Shore Drive. The restaurant has an old-school beach vibe that can’t be replicated.
8. Check out the growing craft beer scene. You have so many options now, just within the Beach: Young Veterans Brewing, Home Republic, Reaver Beach, Commonwealth, Back Bay, Pleasure House, Wasserhund and Gordon Biersch.
9. Why just get ice cream when you can get a scoop between two cookies or Rice Krispy Treats? Creamwiched, on Atlantic Avenue, has sweet treats off the beaten path.
10. Spend the day at Sandbridge’s beaches. They’re away from the tourist crowds and just as beautiful.
11. Take a boat trip from the aquarium. Dolphin sightseeing trips are offered multiple times per day in the summer. Keep an eye out for special trips. Done! :) I used to be a whale and dolphin watching trip volunteer with the Aquarium, way back in 2000-2001. I've seen humpback whales, and they are truly breathtaking! The dolphins were harder to see, and I never got around to seeing them until I was on a family trip out of Rudee Inlet in 2012. Such cute babies! They were swimming along side the fishing boat!
12. Check out the new fitness park at 36th Street. Swing across rows of rings or traverse the parallel bars.
13. Make the trip to Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge. The more than 9,100 acres of land have more than 300 species of birds, plus reptiles, amphibians and other animals. Two boardwalk trails lead to the beach. You can also go fishing, cycling, hunting or even volunteer.
14. Sip on orange crushes at Waterman’s. If orange isn’t your jam, try some of the other flavors the popular restaurant offers, like grapefruit.
15. Want to get out on the water but don’t have a boat? Not a problem. Take a half-day trip on Rudee Tours, leaving from Rudee’s Inlet. We've actually got our own boats now...well, okay...technically, we have kayaks, but I've kayaked on the Chesapeake Bay now. And I did take a fishing trip out of Rudee Inlet, and got really pretty seasick that day. As my nephew pointed out, I made my own chum that day. :)
16. If you can climb out of bed early, take a free fitness class at Mount Trashmore. All you need is a good attitude.
17. Take a “shipwrecks and ghost lore” tour at the Old Coast Guard Station. The tours are given at 7 p.m. on Thursday and Friday nights.
18. Open your mind at the Edgar Cayce Association for Research and Enlightenment (A.R.E.). The center offers free workshops, lectures, and gives guided tours daily. When I was working with the hospice, I had a class of their Reiki students want to take hospice training, so I went out there to them every week. It's pretty interesting over there.
19. Wander around the Old Beach Art Market at 620 19th Street. It’s open from 8 a.m. to noon every Saturday, June through September and from 9 a.m. to noon every third Saturday October through May. I TRIED to do this on July 30, 2016, but when I got down there and circled the block, twice, I realized this was actually the Old Beach Farmers Market. I was a little pissed off about this because I was thinking, since it was named as such in the Pilot, it was going to be an ART market, not an overcrowding of tents and small businesses that I can easily find online. The foot traffic moved like being in a Wal-Mart during Christmas shopping and I kept getting stuck behind couples who just stopped, not even at a tent, and just messing with the flow of foot traffic. I wasn't impressed.
20. Landstown Commons Shopping Center will have a free children’s festival on July 16. You’ll find bounce houses, costumed characters, face painting, and other kids’ activities. It’s from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
21. Check out free music at two Hardee’s locations. Country bands perform at the restaurants at 6:30 p.m. Mondays and Tuesdays at the one at 6075 Indian River Road and 7 pm. Thursdays 701 Independence Blvd. 6075 Indian River Road and 701 Independence Blvd.
22. Artist talks at the Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art are held throughout the summer, usually in the evenings. Hear Q&As with visiting artists.
23. Run in a 5k every week on the Boardwalk. The races start at 31st and are every Wednesday through August.
24. Step into your boots and head over to the Virginia Beach Farmers Market every Friday night for a hoedown. They last from 7 to 10 p.m. at 3640 Dam Neck Road.
25. Can you solve puzzles and piece together clues to solve a mystery? Try your hand at Escape Room Virginia Beach. It's at 408 Investors Place #107.

Time For The Second Half of the VB Bucket List

25 more things to add to your Virginia Beach bucket list this summer

We promised 25 more bucket-list items to check out this summer in Virginia Beach, so here they are. We encourage you to try as many as possible before fall gets here. In case you missed it, here's the first list of must-try experiences.

1. Summon your artistic side at The Mermaid Factory. Surely you’ve noticed the colorful mermaids all over Norfolk or the dolphins throughout Virginia Beach. Now you can make your own. There are locations at the Oceanfront and Ghent. Call 757-963-7700 for the Oceanfront one. You know, if you're a creative person, you can make your own mermaid and you only need to go to your favorite arts and crafts store to get your supplies. I did my own mosaic mermaid several years ago, and my husband even made a Steelers mermaid.
2. Go see cute animals at Hunt Club Farm. They’ve got a petting farm, a new bird aviary and seasonal festivals. Call 757-427-9520.
3. Check out the dinosaurs in Jerrassic Park (not a typo) at the Military Aviation Museum. It’s at 1341 Princess Anne Road. I did this on Sept. 18 and enjoyed checking out how the dinosaurs are put together.
4. Watch jets take off - up close. We know a spot. It’s hard to explain, but it’s a gravel pull-off off Oceana Boulevard. I've actually been to this spot and NEVER saw anything overhead. :( However, I know of a spot in Norfolk where I have seen all kinds of aircraft overhead, including the Blue Angels. I've even had helicopter pilots turn their spotlights on me, at twilight when I wave to them. :) I've got my own airshow!
5. Scope out the Cape Henry Lighthouse. It’s on the Fort Story military base, near the North End, but it’s open to the public. It’s the oldest federally funded one in the country. This is a must see if you've got friends or family visiting.
6. Sneak off to False Cape State Park. It’s one of the few remaining undeveloped areas along the Atlantic Coast. It offers activities like kayaking, hiking, and bike trails, plus six miles of beach. You can’t get to it by car though – you have to go by foot, bicycle, beach transport, tram or boat. To make reservations on the beach transporter, call 800-933-7275.
7. Visit an international news network. The Christian Broadcasting Network is right here in town and offers free tours Monday through Friday. You can even see a taping of “The 700 Club.” Call 757-226-2745. Uuuhhhh, how about no, just right off the bat. This isn't for me.
8. Take surfing lessons. You can have a one-on-one lesson or do it in a group. Either way, you’ll learn a new skill. VB Surf Sessions offers workshops and camps, along with other water skills. Call 757-633-5330.
9. Go fishing at the 400-foot Sandbridge Pier at Little Island Park. You can rent a pole, and a license isn’t required.
10. Get a shot at the spotlight. The Sandler Center offers free tours at 2 p.m. every Tuesday, which includes behind-the-scenes views and even a view from the stage.
11. If you’re into cigars, check out the private second-floor club, above Twist, in Town Center.
12. Go skydiving – indoors. iFly at the Oceanfront lets you feel the sensation of jumping out of a plane, without actually going up in one. You simply float on a column of air. It’s at 2412 Pacific Ave.
13. Pick peaches and visit Martin’s Vineyard on Knotts Island, just a short drive from Pungo. The winery is on an island, so you are guaranteed great views of the water. It’s at 213 Martin Farm Lane, Knotts Island, N.C. I just went to the Peach Festival for the first time this year, and it's held just down the road from Martin's Vineyard.
14. There’s more to Pungo than the yearly Strawberry Festival. Head over to The Tar Roof, which hosts painting nights, pop-up dinners and displays art and photography. It's at 1791 Princess Anne Road; call 757-655-5005
15. Watch movies on the big screen at the Virginia Aquarium and Marine Science Center. They’re shown every Saturday, and it’s cheaper if you’re a member. Call 757-385-3474.
16. Take a cooking class at New Earth Farm. Chefs will teach you how to use seasonal produce grown right at the farm. Call 757-536-6102.
17. Did you know there’s a restaurant at The Art Institute of Virginia Beach? It’s called CrAive and it’s open for lunch when classes are in session: Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. For reservations, call 757-493-6839.
18. If you’ve never been inside The Royal Chocolate in Town Center, be sure to pop in between 2 and 4 p.m. Monday through Thursday. All of the shop’s hot and frozen drinks (frozen hot chocolate, for example) are buy one get one free. It’s at 164 Central Park Ave.
19. Every Thursday night (through Sept. 8) at Neptune’s Park (at 31st Street and Atlantic Avenue) the Virginia Symphony Orchestra and Symphonicity will play free shows. Symphony by the Sea is from 7:30 to 9 p.m.
20. Watch a movie at Mount Trashmore: On July 22, catch “Minions,” on Aug. 12, catch “Home” and on Aug. 26, catch “The Peanuts Movie.” Activities begin at 7 p.m. and the movies start at sunset. The park is at 310 Edwin Drive.
21. Belt out a tune at Wanna B’s Karaoke Club and Restaurant. During the week, you have to be 21 to get in, but on Sundays, it’s for those 18 and older. It’s at 2880 Virginia Beach Blvd.
22. Create your own wine flight at Sonoma Wine Bar in Town Center. The wine bar offers more than 70 by-the-glass choices. It’s at 189 Central Park Ave.
23. Let your dog run free! The city has three dog parks where registered pups can run around off-leash. Red Wing Park is at 1398 General Booth Blvd., Bayville Farms Park is at 4132 First Court Road, and Woodstock Park is at 5709 Providence Road. Let's not forget about the dog parks in Chesapeake (off Greenbrier Road at the city park) or in Norfolk near Granby and Tidewater, next door to the fire station. :)
24. Get the best flounder sandwich in Hampton Roads (according to our taste-testers) at Chick’s Oyster Bar. It’s at 2143 Vista Circle.
25. Catch blue crabs at the Virginia Beach Fishing Pier. It’s apparently a banner year for catching the critters, and you can take them home with you. It’s $10 for adults and $5 for kids younger than $12, but less if you just want to watch. It could be the last season. The wooden pier is at 15th Street at the Oceanfront.

Another Entry Off the Bucket List

  • I'd like to take a tour of a Navy sub, but my husband and I don't know anyone that works on board a sub.
  • I'd like to take a tour of a Navy ship that most people will never get to go on. I got to go walk around under a ship while it was in dry dock, and then I walked up the scaffolding around the mast, almost to the very top!
  • I'd love to go for a ride in a fighter jet of some kind.
  • I want to go jet skiing in the Atlantic Ocean.
  • I want to go snorkeling in the Caribbean.
  • I want to go scuba diving in a shark tank with an under water camera.
  • I want to go to the top of the Washington Monument. 
  • I want to go to NYC, and see the Statue of Liberty, the Empire State Building, the Twin Towers, and go to a show of some sort. We went there in 2000 and saw The Late Show with David Letterman.
  • I want to go to the Saint Louis Arch. We did this in 1999.
  • I want to go to Niagara Falls. We did this in 2000.
  • I want to go to Universal Studios Florida. We did this in 2001 and I'd love to do it again!
  • I want to go to the Poconos and stay in one of their themed suites. We did this in 2006 and stayed at Caesar's in the champagne glass suite.
  • I want to stay in a themed suit at the HoJo in Florence, KY.
  • I want to visit Santa Claus, IN, "American's Christmas Hometown."
  • I want to go to Metropolis, IL.
  • I want to get a memorial tattoo in honor of my mom and my mother-in-law. I ended up doing this on Mother's Day at the 2017 Tidewater Comicon.
  • I want to take a road trip up to DC to see the Madame Tussaud Wax Museum and go to Horace and Dickie's Seafood Restaurant This one was both completed (wax museum) and not completed (Horace and Dickie's) in April 2015.
  • I want to write a bad sci-fi horror script and present it to The Asylum to see if they'd be willing to make it into an actual movie for the SyFy Channel. I finished this on April 12, 2015.
  • I want to finally order the "Hell's Admin Assistant" patch for my motorcycle jacket that I've been thinking about for years.--I figure it's a funny alternative to a Hell's Angel patch, which I'm clearly not a member of Hell's Angels. I ordered one from Star City Stitchery
  • I'd like to cuddle a baby gorilla. I really don't know where this one comes from, but aren't baby gorillas the cutest babies EVER??!
  • I want to take a painting class, a la Bob Ross. I did this in a restaurant in Virginia Beach with a bunch of motorcycle riders from an American Legion post, in 2014.
  • I want to go hang gliding in Kill Devil Hills, NC. I did this over Memorial Day weekend with my husband.
  • I want to see the archaeological dig at the Jamestown Settlement.  I did this in April 2015.
  • I want to go charter boat fishing in the Atlantic Ocean: I tried doing this in 2012, but the water was really rough that day. I didn't catch anything but I sure made a lot of chum! In July 2015, we went charter boat fishing in the Chesapeake Bay.
  • I want to go to the Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art.
  • I want to see KISS in concert, in the make-up.  I saw them for the first time in Portsmouth in summer 2013, and then again in Virginia Beach in 2014.
  • I will get a job at some kind of animal shelter, and I'm going to be damn good at whatever I end up doing there. 
  • I will get at least one old, beat up piece of wood furniture, save it from going to the landfill, and refinish it. I've actually done several pieces now.
  • I'd like to go on an LCAC ride with my husband before he transfers to his new command.I had to cross this one off finally, because Shane left this command already. This bummed me out. I never got a ride on an LCAC out on the bay. He took some of his friends and family members for rides., Even though I offered to take any number of half days off from work, I never got to ride. 
  • I will go to see the Booth Trail in 2013. 
  • I will go to Natural Bridge, VA (We did this in 2013) and the Shenandoah Valley and stay in a cabin in the woods.  We did this for the end of the year in 2014.
  • I will go to Hiddenite Gems, an emerald mine open to the public, in NC. 
  • I will go to the Richmond Zoo and the Virginia Zoo (they have done a lot of remodeling and I haven't been there for a several years). 
  • I can't drive a clutch and have no desire to learn, but I'd like to go for a ride in a 1957 Chevy BelAire and a mid-80's Lamborghini Countach.
  • I'd like to sit in any of the Batmobiles (did the original series Batmobile at ROFCON 2015), ECTO-1 from Ghostbusters, a DeLorean time machine from Back to the Future (had my picture taken with this at Virginia Comicon in November 2015) KITT from Knight Rider, and the General Lee from The Dukes of Hazzard.
  • I will go to the National Zoo in Washington, D.C. 
  • I want to go to Rhode Island, Boston and Seattle, just for the sake of going.
  • I want to go to Tokyo some day.--I've been to Hanoi and Hue, Vietnam in November 2015, but it wasn't close enough.
  • I want to see the pyramids and sphinx in Egypt. 
  • I'd love to see the Mona Lisa (she's in the Louvre in Paris) and The Scream (there are a couple, two of them are in Munich). 
  • I want to go to London, and maybe look for the TARDIS and the Doctor. 
  • I want to go to San Diego to see my best friend, go to Comic Con, wear a costume, take lots of photos, find an awesome looking Spider-Man so I can give him a hug for just being Spidey, and then walk a beach on the Pacific Ocean, looking for shells. 
  • I'd like to go to a taping of "The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson" if we ever go to California.  I had to cross this one off: On April 28, 2014, Ferguson announced that he will leave the show on December 19, 2014.
  • I want to have at least one great, wildly creative crochet pattern published in a real book somewhere. 
  • I'd like to have our yard be featured for our Halloween decorations with a local tv station, so people might understand you don't have to spend big bucks on decorations and still put together a great display (I say this because we don't go as crazy for Christmas decorations). 
  • I'd like to win a challenge on Craftster. 
  • I'd like to compete on Craft Wars on TLC. I had to cross this one off too, because it's no longer on the air. I can't find any updated information on it. 
  • I will finish the Jedi costume finally and I will join the Rebel Legion I was accepted in December 2014!
  • I want to ride a mechanical bull. --I did this in April 2015.
  • I will finish the doll house I started several years ago. 
  • Ever since I saw "The Jerk" with Steve Martin, I've wanted to try snails. I tried them, sauteed in butter and garlic powder, in May 2017. There's really not much to them. I don't think they even had a taste to them. Maybe they're like tofu.
  • I want to go to Ohio and see Ralphie's house from The Christmas Story. We did this in December 2015.
  • I want to see Weird Al Yankovic in concert (summer 2015), and maybe even the Bangles if I ever get to California. 
  • I want to see Boy George and Culture Club in concert.
  • I want to see the Barenaked Ladies again, the next time they come to Hampton Roads.
  • I want to take my friends to the Virginia Safari drive through park in Stanton, VA. Did this in July 2014.
  • Friday, May 12, 2017

    Felt Like Making A Weird List

    I like to lurk on IMDB whenever I see a new (or old) movie. I think their trivia, goofs and discussion boards are very interesting. And I see a lot of people have lists of different types of movies. For some reason, I decided I needed a movie list of my own.

    Call me crazy but I decided to make a list of all the movies (both theater released and made for TV) I can remember seeing over the last 42 years. I don't know why I did this, and they are in no particular order, but I think I got pretty damn close to all of them.

    The ones I've crossed through are time wasters. The ones I've made bold are ones I recommend.

    30 Days of Night
    The Explorers
    Son In Law
    Encino Man
    Edge of Tomorrow
    Summer School
    Gone in Sixty Seconds
    Get Carter (2000)
    Blast from the Past
    The Ladies Man
    Undercover Brother
    Twilight of the Golds
    Baby Boom
    The Incredible Burt Wonderstone
    Major Payne
    German or Russian movie about were-animals, called something like "Daywalkers," "Nightwalkers" or something along those lines 
    The Happening
    Twelve Monkeys
    Labor Day
    Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters
    I, Frankenstein
    One Good Cop
    Guardians of the Galaxy
    Howard & Kumar Go To White Castle
    Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2014)
    The Avengers (2012)
    Hatfields & McCoys
    Psycho (1960)
    Psycho (1998)
    Psycho III
    Of Mice and Men (1992)
    Holiday Heart
    Queen of the Damned
    Lock, Stock and 2 Smoking Barrels
    Escape from Alcatraz
    Stir Crazy
    The Avengers (1998)
    Bambi (animated)
    Batman: The Movie
    Batman Returns
    Batman Forever
    Batman & Robin
    Batman Begins
    The Dark Knight
    Batman & Mr. Freeze: SubZero (animated)
    Batman: Mask of the Phantasm (animated)
    Batman: The Dark Knight Returns (animated)
    The Justice League: The Movie
    Justice League: The New Frontier (animated)
    The Blues Brothers
    Captain America: The First Avenger

    The Coneheads
    Drop Dead Fred
    The Eraser
    Gallagher: Mad as Hell
    Gallagher: The Maddest
    Friday the 13th (1980)
    Friday the 13th: Part 2 (1981)
    Friday the 13th: Part III (1982)
    Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter (1984)
    Friday the 13th: A New Beginning (1985)
    Friday the 13th: The New Blood (1988)
    Jason Lives: Friday the 13th (1986)
    Friday the 13th: Part VIII: Jason Takes Manhattan (1989)
    Ghostbusters 2
    Green Lantern
    The Hulk
    The Incredible Hulk
    Planet Hulk (animated)
    Iron Giant (animated)
    Iron Man
    Iron Man 2
    Iron Man 3
    Jaws 2
    Jaws 3
    Jaws 4

    The Little Mermaid (animated)
    My Stepmother’s an Alien
    A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984)
    A Nightmare on Elm Street (2010)
    A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy’s Revenge
    A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors
    A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master
    A Nightmare on Elm Street 5: The Dream Child
    Freddy vs. Jason
    Freddy’s Dead; The Final Nightmare
    Pete’s Dragon (original)
    Predator 2
    AVP: Alien vs. Predator
    Aliens vs. Predator: Requiem
    Saving Mr. Banks
    Sin City
    Superman II
    Superman II: The Richard Donner Cut
    Superman III
    Superman IV: Quest For Peace
    Superman Returns
    Robocop (original)
    Robocop (2014)
    Robocop II
    Spider-Man 2
    Spider-Man 3

    The Amazing Spider-Man
    Spider-Man Strikes Back
    Star Trek: The Motion Picture
    Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan
    Star Trek III: The Search For Spock
    Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home
    Star Trek: The Final Frontier
    Star Trek: Generations
    Star Trek: Insurrection
    Star Trek: First Contact
    Star Trek: Nemesis
    Star Trek
    Star Trek: Into Darkness
    Star Wars Ep I: The Phantom Menace
    Star Wars Ep II: Attack of the Clones
    Star Wars Ep III: The Revenge of the Sith
    Star Wars Ep IV: A New Hope
    (both versions: when Han shot first and when Greedo shot first, and all the re-edited one with the new scenes)
    Star Wars Ep V: The Empire Strikes Back (both versions: original and the re-edited one with the new scenes)
    Star Wars Ep VI: Return of the Jedi (both versions: original and the re-edited one with the new scenes)
    Star Wars Revelations
    Top Gun
    The Saint
    Real Genius
    The Ghost and the Darkness
    The Island of Dr. Moreau (1996)
    What’s Eating Gilbert Grape
    King Kong (1976)
    King Kong (2005)

    King Kong vs. Godzilla
    King Kong Lives
    Kate & Leopold
    The Fountain
    The Wrestler
    Grudge Match

    Independence Day
    Jurassic Park
    Midnight Run
    Godzilla (1954) 
    Godzilla: King of Monsters (1956) 
    Godzilla (1998)
    Godzilla (2014)
    Son of Godzilla
    Godzilla vs. Mothra
    Dracula (original)
    Dracula (1992)
    Ice Spiders
    Sharknado 2: The Second One
    Mega Shark vs. Mechashark
    2 Headed Shark Attack
    Texas Chainsaw Massacre
    Waxwork (1988)
    Halloween (2007)
    Halloween (1978)
    Halloween II (2009)
    Halloween: Resurrection
    Halloween II (1981)
    Halloween III: Season of the Witch
    Halloween IV: The Return of Michael Meyers
    Halloween 5
    Halloween: The Curse of Michael Meyers
    Halloween H20: 20 Years Later
    Friday After Next
    Next Friday
    The Terminator
    Terminator II: Judgment Day
    Terminator III: Rise of the Machines
    Terminator Salvation
    Universal Solider

    X-Men II
    X-Men III: The Last Stand
    X-Men: Days of Future Past
    X-Men: First Class
    X-Men Origins: Wolverine
    The Wolverine

    What About Bob?
    Groundhog Day
    Blazing Saddles

    Wayne’s World
    Wayne’s World 2
    The Outsiders
    Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter
    Lincoln vs. Zombies

    The World is Not Enough
    Casino Royale
    Quantum of Solace
    From Russia With Love
    Dr. No
    License to Kill
    The Living Daylights
    A View to a Kill
    Die Another Day
    The Man With the Golden Gun
    On Her Majesty’s Secret Service
    You Only Live Twice
    Joe Versus the Volcano
    The Money Pit
    Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory
    Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
    When Harry Met Sally
    Broken Arrow
    The Green Mile
    Evan Almighty
    Bruce Almighty
    How the Grinch Stole Christmas (2000)
    Toy Story
    Toy Story 2
    Toy Story 3
    Good Morning, Vietnam
    Catch Me If You Can
    Apollo 13
    Forrest Gump
    A League of Their Own
    City Slickers
    Turner & Hooch
    The 'Burbs
    Back to the Future
    Back to the Future II
    Back to the Future III
    Teen Wolf
    Stuart Little
    Milo & Otis
    Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey
    Father of the Bride (1991)
    Father of the Bride 2
    All of Me
    Planes, Trains and Automobiles
    Dead Men Don’t Wear Plaid
    Ferris Bueller’s Day Off
    Red Dawn (1984)
    The Breakfast Club
    Pretty In Pink
    The Pick Up Artist
    Sherlock Holmes
    Sherlock Holmes: A Game Of Shadows
    The Soloist
    Tropic Thunder
    The Fugitive

    U.S. Marshals
    Natural Born Killers
    Chances Are
    Johnny Be Good
    Weird Science
    Kiss Kiss Bang Bang
    Singing In The Rain
    Gone With the Wind
    Driving Miss Daisy
    Due Date
    Dead Snow
    Dead Snow 2
    The A-Team
    For Your Eyes Only
    Never Say Never Again
    The Spy Who Loved Me
    Diamonds Are Forever
    Tomorrow Never Dies
    War of the Worlds
    Minority Report

    Mission: Impossible (1996)
    Interview With the Vampire

    Far and Away
    Days of Thunder
    Rain Man

    Hairspray (2007)
    Wild Hogs
    Ladder 49
    Stand By Me

    The Punisher (2004)
    The Punisher (1989)
    Ghost Rider
    The Crow
    Rapid Fire
    Get Shorty
    Pulp Fiction
    Look Who’s Talking
    Look Who’s Talking Too
    G.I. Joe
    The Expendables
    16 Blocks
    Tears of the Sun
    The Village
    The Story of Us
    The Sixth Sense

    The Fifth Element
    The Jackal
    Die Hard
    Live Free or Die Hard
    Loaded Weapon 1
    Death Becomes Her
    The Last Boy Scout
    The Lone Ranger
    Dark Shadows

    Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides
    Public Enemies
    Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End
    Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest
    Corpse Bride (animated)
    Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl
    The Astronaut’s Wife
    Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas
    Benny & Joon
    Edward Scissorhands
    Real Steel
    The Prestige
    Van Helsing
    Street Smart
    Noises Off

    In The Gloaming
    Pretty Woman
    Sleeping With the Enemy

    Lara Croft: Tomb Raider
    The Watchmen
    White Noise
    Penthouse North

    Desperate Measures
    Jackie Brown
    The Paper
    Much Ado About Nothing
    Pacific Heights

    The Dream Team
    Gung Ho
    Johnny Dangerously
    Mr. Mom
    Who Framed Roger Rabbit
    The Addams Family
    Road Trip
    Addams Family Values
    Up A Creek
    Men in Black
    Men In Black 2
    I Am Legend
    I, Robot
    Wild Wild West
    Enemy of the State
    Independence Day
    Six Degrees of Separation
    The Devil’s Advocate
    Carlito’s Way

    The Godfather
    The Godfather Part II
    Analyze This
    Cop Land

    Frankenstein (1931)
    Frankenstein (remake)
    The Bride of Frankenstein
    The Untouchables

    The Devil’s Rejects
    House of 1000 Corpses
    The Hangover
    Cowboys and Aliens
    Shaun of the Dead
    Chasing Amy
    Mall Rats
    The Naked Gun
    The Naked Gun 2 ½: The Smell of Fear
    The Naked Gun 33 1/3: The Final Insult
    Dracula: Dead and Loving It!
    Hot Shots
    Hot Shots Part Duex
    Superhero Movie
    Scary Movie
    Scary Movie 2
    Scary Movie 3
    Scary Movie 4
    Wrongfully Accused
    The Aviator
    The Perfect Storm
    Delores Claiborne
    Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby
    Air Force One
    Mars Attacks!
    Hamlet (1990)
    The Wolfman (remake)
    Indian Summer
    Big Top Pee Wee
    Pee Wee’s Big Adventure
    Blades of Glory
    Napoleon Dynamite
    Old School

    Jay And Silent Bob Strike Back
    Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery
    Austin Powers in Goldmember
    Austin Powers in The Spy Who Shagged Me
    Shrek (animated)
    Shrek 2 (animated)
    Billy Madison
    Happy Gilmore
    Animal House
    So I Married An Axe Murderer
    Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull
    Regarding Henry
    Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade
    Working Girl
    Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom

    Raiders of the Lost Ark
    Fantastic Four (1994)
    Fantastic Four (2005)
    Fantastic 4: Rise of the Silver Surfer

    Not Another Teen Movie
    Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit
    Blind Dating
    The Book of Eli
    American Gangster
    Man on Fire
    Training Day
    Heart Condition
    The Hunt for Red October
    Malcolm X
    Rocky Balboa
    A Bug’s Life (animated)
    Antz (animated)
    Judge Dredd
    Demolition Man
    Rocky V
    Rambo III
    Rocky IV
    Rambo: First Blood Part II
    First Blood
    Rocky III
    Rocky II
    The Dictator
    Leon: The Professional
    Time Cop
    Dangerous Minds
    Married to the Mob
    The Nightmare Before Christmas (animated)
    The Bucket List
    The Shining
    One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest
    Pet Sematary
    Maximum Overdrive
    Young Guns
    Young Guns II
    Shawshank Redemption
    The Stand (miniseries)
    Creepshow 2

    Planet of the Apes (1968)
    Planet of the Apes (2001)
    Renaissance Man
    Rise of the Planet of the Apes
    Escape From The Planet of the Apes
    Frankenweenie (2012) (animated)
    Cabin Boy
    Hotel Transylvania (animated)
    You Don’t Mess with the Zohan
    Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo
    50 First Dates
    Encino Man
    White Chicks
    The Waterboy
    The Hot Chick
    Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen
    Transformers: Dark of the Moon
    Transformers: Age of Extinction
    Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (1990)
    Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Secret of the Ooze
    Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III
    The Goonies
    The Golden Compass
    The Invasion
    Moulin Rouge!
    The Princess Bride
    The Sound of Music
    The Sound of Music (remake)
    Needful Things
    LA Stories
    The Jerk
    Mrs. Doubtfire
    The Toy
    Brewster’s Millions
    National Lampoon's Las Vegas Vacation
    National Lampoon's Winter Holiday/Christmas Vacation
    Funny Farm
    Three Amigos
    Spies Like Us
    National Lampoon's European Vacation
    National Lampoon’s Vacation
    Modern Problems
    Little Miss Sunshine
    The Muppet Movie (1979)
    Monsters Inc. (animated)
    Oh Brother Where Art Thou
    King Ralph
    Despicable Me
    Despicable Me 2
    The 40 Year Old Virgin
    Get Smart
    Who’s Harry Crumb?
    Dirty Dancing
    Cool Runnings
    Home Alone
    Uncle Buck
    The Great Outdoors
    My Girl
    Armed & Dangerous
    American Pie
    Best in Show
    Dumb & Dumber
    Kick Ass
    How the Grinch Stole Christmas (live action)
    Liar Liar
    The Dead Pool
    Ace Ventura: Pet Detective
    Ace Venture: When Nature Calls
    Peggy Sue Got Married
    Fatal Instinct
    8 MM
    Snake Eyes
    City of Angels
    Con Air
    The Rock
    Leaving Las Vegas
    Honeymoon in Vegas
    Raising Arizona
    Romeo & Juliet (1968)
    Jeremiah Johnson
    The Karate Kid (original)
    Fright Night (2011)
    Fright Night (1985)
    Night of the Living Dead (1968)
    Night of the Living Dead (1990)
    Dawn of the Dead (1978)
    Dawn of the Dead (2004)

    Monkey Shines
    The Thomas Crown Affair (remake)
    The Lawnmower Man
    Clash of the Titans (2010)
    Clash of the Titans (1981)
    The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe
    Kung Pow: Enter the Fist
    Epic Movie
    Super Troopers
    Balls of Fury
    Joe Dirt
    Tommy Boy
    Black Sheep
    The Adventures of Tintin (animated)
    Kindergarten Cop
    Total Recall
    Red Heat
    World War Z
    Burn After Reading
    The Curious Case of Benjamin Button
    Meet Joe Black
    The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring
    Hell Boy
    Law Abiding Citizen
    Meet the Spartans
    Mad Max
    House on Haunted Hill

    Kill Bill, Vol 1
    Kill Bill, Vol. 2
    Reservoir Dogs
    What's Love Got to Do With It?
    From Dusk Till Dawn
    The Wedding Singer
    Steel Magnolias (original)
    Vampire in Brooklyn
    Dr. Dolittle (2001)
    The Nutty Professor (1996)
    Mulan (animated)
    Beverly Hills Cop
    Coming to America
    Pink Floyd The Wall
    Carrie (1976)
    Carrie (2002)
    Monty Python and the Holy Grail
    Monty Python's The Meaning of Life
    Monty Python's The Life of Brian
    History of the World: Part 1
    Show Girls
    Robin Hood: Men in Tights
    Young Frankenstein
    The Patriot
    Lethal Weapon 3
    Conspiracy Theory
    Mary Reilly
    The Pelican Brief
    Miss Congeniality
    28 Days Later
    Red Eye
    The Pirate Movie
    Juwanna Man
    What A Girl Wants
    Walk The Line
    Some Like It Hot
    Beowulf (animated)
    A Mighty Heart
    Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow
    Girl, Interrupted
    Great Balls of Fire
    There's Something About Mary
    The Mask
    The Heartbreak Kid
    The Day After Tomorrow
    Enemy Mine
    Bubble Boy
    Bad Santa
    My Blue Heaven
    Down Periscope
    Twilight Zone: The Movie (1983)
    As Good As It Gets
    Sling Blade
    Mr. Woodcock
    Time Bandits
    A Night in the Life of Jimmy Reardon
    To Wong Foo Thanks For Everything, Julie Newmar

    Point Break (original)
    Road House
    Ice Age: The Meltdown
    Blade II
    Silver Bullet
    The Matrix
    The Matrix Reloaded
    The Animatrix
    Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey
    The Prince of Pennsylvania
    Gran Torino
    Dirty Harry
    J. Edgar
    Hollow Man
    Untamed Heart
    Swamp Thing
    Swamp Thing 2
    The Dark Crystal
    The Wizard Of Oz
    Return to Oz
    The Wiz
    The League of Extraordinary Gentleman
    A Walk to Remember
    The Omen
    Damien: Omen II
    The Rocky Horror Picture Show
    The Jungle Book (animated)
    Up In Smoke
    The Doors
    Cheech & Chong's The Corsican Brothers
    Cannonball Run
    Smokey and the Bandit

    Big Fish
    The Silence of the Lambs
    Sin City
    Underworld (2003)
    The People Under The Stairs
    The Ring (US version)
    Bebe's Kids (animated)
    King Pin
    Rush Hour
    Rush Hour 2
    16 Candles
    A Christmas Story
    An American Werewolf in London
    An American Werewolf in Paris
    Evil Dead
    Army of Darkness
    Can’t Buy Me Love
    Brighton Beach Memoirs
    Don’t Tell Her It’s Me
    Flash Gordon
    Flight of the Navigator
    Flowers in the Attic (1987)
    Flowers in the Attic (2013)
    The Fly (1986)
    Poltergiest (original)
    Short Circuit
    Throw Momma From The Train
    Top Secret!
    Troop Beverly Hills
    M*A*S*H (movie)
    M*A*S*H--"Goodbye, Farewell and Amen" (series finale)
    Close Encounters of the Third Kind
    The Wiz
    Dances With Wolves
    Fried Green Tomatoes

    Single White Female
    Office Space
    The Birdcage
    The Flintstones
    Biloxi Blues
    The Kennedys (mini series)
    Killing Kennedy
    Killing Lincoln
    Of Mice and Men (1992)
    The Sandlot
    Hot Fuzz
    Captain America (1979)
    Captain America: Death Too Soon
    The Death of the Incredible Hulk
    The Mummy (1999)
    The Mummy Returns (2001)
    The Mummy 3: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor
    Me, Myself & Irene
    Shallow Hal
    In the Custody of Strangers
    Men at Work
    The Poseidon Adventure (1972)
    The Poseidon Adventure (2005)
    Poseidon (2006)
    The Phantom
    American Sniper
    Paul Blart, Mall Cop
    Captain Ron
    The Time Traveler's Wife
    Heartbreak Hotel
    Three Men and a Baby
    Red Heat
    The Transporter
    The Heartbreak Kid

    Dick Tracy
    Close Encounters of the Third Kind
    Harry and the Hendersons
    Saving Silverman
    American Pie
    American Pie 2
    Ice Age (animated)
    The Day After
    Monkey Shines
    The Jungle Book (1967)
    Eddie Murphy: Delirious
    Eddie Murphy: Raw
    Funny About Love
    He-Man & The Masters of the Universe
    The Adventures of the Wilderness Family
    Malcolm X
    GI Jane
    City of Angels
    The Rock
    The Scarlet Letter (1979)
    The Scarlet Letter (1995)
    Major League
    Hot Shots
    Hot Shots Part Deux
    The Game
    Falling Down
    Super Shark
    Jason’s Lyric
    Needful Things
    Meteor Man
    Not Without My Daughter
    Safe House
    The Cutting Edge
    If You Could See What I Hear
    Ghost Ship
    Bastard Out of Carolina
    Gangster Squad
    True Grit (2010)
    Priscilla Queen of the Desert
    Joe's Apartment
    Master and Commander
    Ernest Goes to Camp
    Beverly Hillbillies
    Ice Age: Continental Drift (animated)
    My Super Ex-Girlfriend
    Why Me?
    They Live
    Ed and His Dead Mother
    On Deadly Ground
    Under Siege
    The People Under the Stairs
    Hard to Kill
    Gracie's Choice
    The Simpsons: The Movie
    Sister Act
    One Fine Day
    Rise of the Guardians
    The Deliberate Stranger
    Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox
    This Means War
    The Memory Keeper's Daughter
    Being Elmo
    At First Sight
    Water World
    Return to Mayberry
    Rescue From Gilligan's Island
    A Very Brady Christmas
    For the Love of Benji
    Eddie & The Cruisers II: Eddie Lives
    Private Benjamin
    The Justice League of America (1997)
    Avengers 2: The Age of Ultron
    Batman: Assault on Arkham
    Son of Batman
    Batman: City of Scars
    Superman & Batman: Apocalypse
    Creature From the Black Lagoon
    The Dukes of Hazzard: Reunion!
    Orca (Oh God, this was a super sad movie....You just need to see it for yourself. If you've got kids, don't let them watch this. This is not the documentary about orcas that aired on CNN. It's an animal attack movie from 1977. I did know that when I started watching it.)
    Employee of the Month
    San Andreas
    Mercury Rising
    The Hitcher
    Care Bears: The Movie
    Flubber (original)
    Blue Lagoon
    Marilyn: The Secret Life of Marilyn (first episode of the mini series)
    The Aviator
    Craig Ferguson: I'm Here To Help
    Kevin Hart: I'm a Grown Little Man
    Kevin Hart: Laugh At My Pain
    Kevin Hart: Seriously Funny
    Gabriel Iglesias: I'm Not Fat... I'm Fluffy
    Gabriel Iglesias: Hot and Fluffy
    Star Trek: The Next Generation: Encounter at Farpoint
    The Wolf of Wall Street
    Ghost Adventures: The Beginning
    Orange County
    Taken 2
    Taken 3
    Revenge of the Nerds
    Return of the Six-Million Dollar Man
    Green Lantern: Emerald Knights (animated)
    Wonder Woman (tv movie from 1977)
    Wonder Woman (animated)
    A Million Ways To Die In The West
    Sorority Boys
    Invasion of the Body Snatchers (remake)
    Joker Rising
    Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!
    The Three Stooges (2000)
    Coca-Cola: The Real Story Behind the Real Thing
    The Unknown Marx Brothers
    I Dream of Jeannie... Fifteen Years Later
    Yes Man
    Shaft (remake)
    Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy
    The Queen 
    I Am Chris Farley
    Craig Ferguson: Just Being Honest
    Hercules (2014)
    The Birds II: Land's End
    Impractical Jokers Practically Live Tour Special
    Straight Outta Compton
    Jurassic World
    Back Into Time
    Jeff Dunham: Unhinged in Hollywood
    Jeff Dunham: All Over the Map
    Jeff Dunham: Minding the Monsters
    Jeff Dunham: Controlled Chaos
    Jeff Dunham's Very Special Christmas Special
    Jeff Dunham: Spark of Insanity
    Jeff Dunham: Arguing with Myself 
    Blue Collar Comedy Tour: The Movie 
    Blue Collar Comedy Tour Rides Again 
    The Mouse and the Motorcycle
    Shanghai Noon
    The Exorcist
    Godzilla: Final War 
    The Exorcism of Emily Rose
    Craig Ferguson: Does This Need To Be Said?
    Craig Ferguson: A Wee Bit o Revolution
    The Equalizer
    Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story
    Star Trek: Of Gods and Men
    Star Trek: Renegades 
    Proof of Life 
    Invasion of the Body Snatchers (original) 
    Peter Pan (2014 remake for TV)
    The Muppet Christmas Carol
    Rise of the Zombies
    Three Men and a Baby
    Love Story
    The Dead 2: India
    Mad Love
    Home Fries 
    Wilder Napalm 
    Paranormal Activity 3 
    Man of Steel
    Piranha DD
    Doctor Who (tv movie with #8)
    Star Wars Ep. VII: The Force Awakens
    The Man From U.N.C.L.E. 
    Airplane II: The Sequel
    Terminator: Genesys
    Z For Zachariah: Damn it, I really wanted to like this one. Chris Pine is in it.
    Grumpy Cat's Worst Christmas Ever
    The Joy Luck Club 
    The Revanant
    Super Duper Alice Cooper
    3: The Dale Earnhardt Story
    A Haunted House
    Zombie Apocalypse 
    Purple Rain 
    Zombie Resurrection
    Captain America: Civil War
    The Lego Movie
    Child's Play
    The Bourne Identity 
    Friday the 13th: Part VI: Jason Lives 
    X-Men: Apocalypse
    Wes Craven's New Nightmare
    Jason Goes to Hell 
    Hardcore Henry
    Central Intelligence 
    Munster, Go Home! 
    Police Academy
    Aspen Extreme 
    Car 54, Where Are You?

    Sharknado: The Fourth Awakens
    The Long Kiss Goodnight
    In the Custody of Strangers
    Godzilla vs. Mothra
    Son of Godzilla
    Highway to Hell
    Jack Reacher: Never Go Back
    The Fly (1958)
    Scream Blacula Scream
    Batman: The Killing Joke
    The Finest Hours
    Child's Play 2 
    Killing Reagan 
    Child's Play 3 
    Bride of Chucky 
    The Mad Monster (on Mystery Science Theater 3000) 
    Rogue One: A Star Wars Story 
    The Ghost in the Invisible Bikini
    Rise of the Planet of the Apes
    Dawn of the Planet of the Apes
    One of the Resident Evil movies, but I don't know which one. 
    Thunderbird 6 
    Night of the Living Dead: Darkest Dawn 
    Dark Superman
    Barefoot in the Park
    Seed of Chucky
    Pride & Prejudice & Zombies
    Godzilla Resurgence
    Beneath the Planet of The Apes
    Kong: Skull Island
    Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders 
    Batman: Year One 
    Batman vs. Robin 
    Batman: Gotham Knight 
    Batman: Bad Blood
    The Batman vs. Dracula
    Superman/Batman: Public Enemies
    Batman: Assault on Arkham
    The Founder
    Blade Runner
    Star Wars: The Clone Wars
    Superman: Unbound
    Star Trek Beyond
    Guardians of the Galaxy, Vol. 2
    Into the Woods
    The Flash pilot (1991)
    The Invisible Man pilot (2000)
    The Final Countdown
    Straight Talk
    The Gods Must Be Crazy
    Postcards From The Edge
    The Four Skulls of Johnathan Drake 
    Wonder Woman

    I figure that's about 1,137 movies, give or take, which means I see about 26 movies a year.

    I figure I'll come back to this list and continue to update it whenever I see something new.

    Friday, May 5, 2017

    Another Weird List

    So for some weird reason, I like making lists. I've got lists in here of movies, of concerts, of comedians. I don't know why. Maybe it's like some kind of weird stat thing for me.

    That being said, one more list...the cons and various geek events I've attended! I thought I'd already made this list, but I guess not.
    • Ring of Fire 2015, Virginia Beach, met Peter & Angie Mayhew
    • Tidewater Comicon 2015, Virginia Beach Convention Center
    • Tidewater Comicon Video and Kickstarter Event, 2015, Virginia Beach
    • Galacticon 2016, Virginia Beach Central Library
    • RavenCon 2016, Doubletree in Williamsburg
    • Ring of Fire 2016, Hampton Convention Center, met John Morton
    • Tidewater Comicon 2016, Virginia Beach Convention Center, met Ernie Hudson
    • Richmond Wizard World 2016, Richmond, conference center, met Nicelle Nichols
    • Dominion Christmas Parade, 2016, Richmond 
    • Marscon 2017, Doubletree in Williamsburg 
    • RavenCon 2017, Doubletree in Williamsburg
    • Virginia Symphony Orchestra, The Music of Star Wars, May 4, 2017, Chrysler Hall 
    • Tidewater Comicon 2017, Virginia Beach Convention Center, met John Wesley Shipp 
    • 3rd Annual Deaf & Hard of Hearing Camp, Camp Apasus in Norfolk, June 3