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Mon Oct 10, 2016 10:14 pm

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charter wrote:It's Die Hard
So you're saying they would end with Die Hard a couple years ago, and then start back up with.. another Die hard?
When in doubt, always Die Hard.
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Mon Oct 10, 2016 10:16 pm

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theperfecttree wrote:
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SnakeEyes75 wrote:Dazed and Confused? Anyone remember the last movie that was a Mondo Mystery movie? There's been 11?
MMM1- Akira poster by Tyler Stout- Austin 4/14/11
MMM2- Jurassic Park by Aaron Horkey- Austin 8/31/11
MMM2- Bonus screening- The 7th Voyage of Sinbad
MMM3- 28 Days Later by Charlie Adlard- LA 10/7/11
MMM4- Hellraiser by Florian Bertmer- LA 10/7/11
MMM5- The Iron Giant by Kevin Tong- LA 10/8/11
MMM6- Assault on Precinct 13 by Tyler Stout- LA 10/8/11
MMM7- The City of Lost Children by Ken Taylor- LA 10/9/11
MMM8- The Mist by Daniel Danger- LA 10/9/11
MMM9- Dawn of the Dead by Jeff Proctor- Austin 10/29/11
MMMX- Return of the King by Aaron Horkey- Austin 7/5/12
MMMXI- Die Hard by Laurent Durieux- LA 12/14/13
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Dawn of the Dead screening :heart:

Easily the coolest movie going experience of my life. I'll never forget it. It was incredible
I hate zombie movies and all thing zombies, but I'll admit, that was a killer experience. Police escort kicked ass. Especially when they pulled that one person over and the bus cheered :lol:

MMMs are the best. I attended all of them except Die Hard and have lots of great memories. Pumped that they're back :clap:
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Mon Oct 10, 2016 10:19 pm

My favorite story from that screening was from a medic. Dude had the night off and gets a call that they need him to come in and go to that mall. He says why it's a ghost town. He wasn't told what was going down so he said he shows up and there's blood everywhere, people attackinf people, people with guns and it scared the fudge out of him.
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Mon Oct 10, 2016 10:28 pm

It's interesting to see that a good chunk of them happen in LA in October 2011.

Was there a particular reason why? And that would've been pretty cool to go to all of them.
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Mon Oct 10, 2016 10:28 pm

Waiting in the bus was a bitch, but event made it all worthwhile...
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Mon Oct 10, 2016 10:31 pm

35mmpaul wrote:It's interesting to see that a good chunk of them happen in LA in October 2011.

Was there a particular reason why? And that would've been pretty cool to go to all of them.
Only time I've ever been in Cali. They were all held over the weekend at the New Bev. My favorite screening was The Iron Giant by far. I grew up reading the fudge out of Leonard Maltin movie guides and was thrilled that he announced the movie. He effed up though and revealed the 'mystery' well before the screening. Tong killed the poster. Second favorite screening was The Mist. I had never seen it. Holy fudge that ending. Danger killed the poster. Other screenings were fun but IWish was snoring throughout :wink: (love you girl)
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Mon Oct 10, 2016 10:44 pm

rubberneck wrote:Waiting in the bus was a bitch, but event made it all worthwhile...
That is drymounting awesome
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Mon Oct 10, 2016 10:49 pm

RottenAtom wrote:
35mmpaul wrote:It's interesting to see that a good chunk of them happen in LA in October 2011.

Was there a particular reason why? And that would've been pretty cool to go to all of them.
Only time I've ever been in Cali. They were all held over the weekend at the New Bev. My favorite screening was The Iron Giant by far. I grew up reading the fudge out of Leonard Maltin movie guides and was thrilled that he announced the movie. He effed up though and revealed the 'mystery' well before the screening. Tong killed the poster. Second favorite screening was The Mist. I had never seen it. Holy fudge that ending. Danger killed the poster. Other screenings were fun but IWish was snoring throughout :wink: (love you girl)
This was fun to read what fond memories of going to the movies.
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Mon Oct 10, 2016 10:50 pm

RambosRemodeler wrote:My favorite story from that screening was from a medic. Dude had the night off and gets a call that they need him to come in and go to that mall. He says why it's a ghost town. He wasn't told what was going down so he said he shows up and there's blood everywhere, people attackinf people, people with guns and it scared the fudge out of him.
Hahahahahaha HAHAHA drymount saving for later I am laughing so hard rn
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Tue Oct 11, 2016 1:51 am

RambosRemodeler wrote:
playa787 wrote:Not so pumped that it's Jock doing ETD for some reason. But I hope it delivers.

Man y'all crazy. Jock is the man. Almost every time the guy does a movie poster it becomes the best print for that title. Halloween, Pans, The thing, 28 days later. I don't expect everyone to agree but I am always excited when a new jock movie poster is going to be released.


I don't care about ETD doe
Totes forgot his best poster ya EBer.
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Tue Oct 11, 2016 2:19 am

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playa787 wrote:Not so pumped that it's Jock doing ETD for some reason. But I hope it delivers.

Man y'all crazy. Jock is the man. Almost every time the guy does a movie poster it becomes the best print for that title. Halloween, Pans, The thing, 28 days later. I don't expect everyone to agree but I am always excited when a new jock movie poster is going to be released.


I don't care about ETD doe
Totes forgot his best poster ya EBer.

Are ya talking about SOTD donkey? I did space on that and that's the best SOTD out there too.
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Tue Oct 11, 2016 2:20 am

Duh.
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Tue Oct 11, 2016 2:24 am

Codeblue wrote:Duh.


I just don't zomg love SOTD like everyone else does so I always forget about it.
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Tue Oct 11, 2016 2:26 am

theperfecttree wrote:
RottenAtom wrote:
SnakeEyes75 wrote:Dazed and Confused? Anyone remember the last movie that was a Mondo Mystery movie? There's been 11?
MMM1- Akira poster by Tyler Stout- Austin 4/14/11
MMM2- Jurassic Park by Aaron Horkey- Austin 8/31/11
MMM2- Bonus screening- The 7th Voyage of Sinbad
MMM3- 28 Days Later by Charlie Adlard- LA 10/7/11
MMM4- Hellraiser by Florian Bertmer- LA 10/7/11
MMM5- The Iron Giant by Kevin Tong- LA 10/8/11
MMM6- Assault on Precinct 13 by Tyler Stout- LA 10/8/11
MMM7- The City of Lost Children by Ken Taylor- LA 10/9/11
MMM8- The Mist by Daniel Danger- LA 10/9/11
MMM9- Dawn of the Dead by Jeff Proctor- Austin 10/29/11
MMMX- Return of the King by Aaron Horkey- Austin 7/5/12
MMMXI- Die Hard by Laurent Durieux- LA 12/14/13
Mondo Mystery Movie Series

Dawn of the Dead screening :heart:

Yea that was insane!!! Went to MMM1 and the DOTD one. Bus ride was sick, all the buildup, guessing. Then pulling into that parking lot seeing all that shait. the Tank, military, zombies. Chaos. So F'n fun. Then the film itself with all those things leaning over the railings on the second floor. Wow. I was sitting second row left side, aisle seat right next to Romero as he was rapping' and then that zombie stumbled up n he shot him, squib hit n all! Classic! HAAA, made the long trip worth it. Remember the absolute silence other than few sighs n "awww mannnn"s when they announced the posters were by Proctor n not Tyler. That was f'd up. Poor Jeff. Haaaaa....awesome experience. Never forget it.
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Tue Oct 11, 2016 2:32 am

Saw Dawn of the Dead in 3D the other night here in LA. It was part of Beyond Fest which Mondo has some ties too (they had a display of some of their new collectibles as well as some albums and $50 sweaters). The producer and Ken Foree were both there. Shame there was no print for that.
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