For release, a quick script I created that checks a Subsonic server for Now Playing information and displays it on a web page. There’s nothing too complicated here. It just checks the server every 8 seconds and updates the page as necessary. Not a whole lot of error checking either. And definitely not secure as… continues
Subsonic: Now Playing displayed on a web page.
THE CRAZIES (1973) The original George Romero version. Boy is the sound editing on this one lousy. I am going to have to say that the remake did a much better job all around. That military drum beat tho.
THE CRAZIES (2010) A remake of a George Romero original. The pacing in the last third of the movie seems a little off, but there are plenty of shots of Timothy Olyphant walking like a girl.
DIARY OF THE DEAD (2007) You know, not every zombie movie needs to be a social commentary.
TRIANGLE (2009) Like Timecrimes, but on a boat!
30 DAYS OF NIGHT (2007) Did you know Barrow, AK changed its name to Utqiaġvik back in 2016? Maybe it was because of all the vampires.
[REC] 4 Apocalypse (2014) The last one in the series. This takes us back to the apartment building from the first 2 films, with the original news anchor to boot. It also completely ditches the found footage element. So calling it [REC] is a bit of a stretch at this point. To fulfill the small… continues
[REC]3 Genesis (2012) The third! offering in the Spanish horror franchise. Following the revelation in [REC]2, that you can spread demonic possession via the blood, we move from the apartment building of the first 2 films, to a wedding – and it becomes more of a straight up zombie film. 22 minutes in, we see… continues
[REC] 2 (2009) This takes the horror of [REC] and explains everything, for better or for worse. I vote worse, because the explanation doesn’t make sense logically. It’s demonic possession, but spread via the blood. I guess that’s a unique take, but somehow I think someone experimenting with a bioweapon in their apartment would be… continues
[REC] (2007) This is so much better than the watered-down made-for-Americans remake. It is supposed to be one long take, and it is for the most part. But there’s obvious places where the scene changes, especially when they go into dark places. When the camera points somewhere dark, they splice the scene. It’s a great… continues