That is right.<br><br>Years ago or a scant decade ago the movies ran a gauntlet of openings. US then Euro, then Asia. Then video sales, then video rentals, then TV.<br><br>Now "IMO" the openings are all almost the same time, US, Euro, Asia. At the same time the DVDs and Videos are being produced. It seems to me that after a few months of the motion picture - The DVDs and videos are rolling out.<br><br>Certainly not like before when a year or two would pass before you even seen it on TV. The process has been greatly accelerated.<br><br>
I think the studios have figured out.<br>That the motion picture in a theather - is nothing more then a long 2 hour commercial to buy, rent DVDs or VHS tapes. The studios make more money selling then providing a movie in a theather that they must split the thearther owners.<br><br>
Now "Thirteen Ghosts" was a pretty clever and startling horror flick! The makeup was pretty darn good too!<br><br>As a carpenter, you might even appreciate the house in the movie.<br><br>[color:red] Kiss My Banana!</font color=red>
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You know if you want to check out a great Halloween movie watch "Ernest, Scared Stupid". Now that's classic. It just doesn't get more suspenseful than the flatbed truck scene with the troll trying to get in. I love the part where Ernest says, "How bout a bumper sandwich, Booger Lips?"!<br>(Really I love that movie and have watched it already this season.)<br><br>"There are three things I've learned never to discuss with people: religion, politics, and the Great Pumpkin."<br>-- Linus Van Pelt (Peanuts)
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