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1  Movie Posters / General Discussion / Poster Guarantee: emovieposter and Bruce- talk the talk and walk the walk on: November 15, 2013, 12:27:02 PM
  I received an email from emovieposter today.  I thought I would take a moment to share part of the email from Bruce about a poster that I bought two years ago. Now, everybody claims to stand behind their product, but this is crazy.  Since I am currently out of the loop, I would have never known about this except for Bruce's email.

  It amazes me that emovie spends the manpower to track down customers who would have never known about an unintentional error in the description of a movie poster. Here is a part of the email that I received:


"This is Bruce. I'm e-mailing you regarding your purchase of a BUTTERFIELD 8 Aust daybill on 8/11/2011 for $40.00.

At the time we auctioned this poster (a little over two years ago), we believed it was the first release poster. But we recently discovered that the poster is actually from the 1966 re-release.

Know that if you still own the poster, then you are welcome to return it to us for a full refund (and we will even pay the return shipping, as long as you send it by an inexpensive method), because we guarantee everything we sell, no matter how long it is after the sales date!  Of course, you may have sold the poster, or you may prefer to keep it even with knowing the new information (assuming you did not know it at the time you purchased it). Either way, please let us know right away whether you want to keep it or return it (and if you want to return it, we will send you easy-to-follow instructions)."



Job well done.



Brian
PS. I will be keeping it.    wynk

2  Off-Topic Discussion / Life, Politics and the World / Re: Halloween Video: Trick or Treat Set-Up on: November 11, 2013, 10:20:33 AM

Oh my gosh that is absolutely amazing, well done what an effort...and Tubular Bells to boot!

So worthy I have shared it on FB.

Thanks, but I am like the Mexican lobby card collector when it comes to hard core Halloween set-ups. And, I never want to play you in trivia.  Who knew tubular bells?  The theme to Exorcist is titled Exorcist Theme (Tubular Bells.)


Good job.  Got to be popular with the adults and teens, but I bet it also keeps out the younger trick-or-treaters.  Can't imagine a 4 year old brave enough to go through that gauntlet.


That is the hardest part in deciding who your target audience is for your haunt.  I have no blood, no gore, no body parts displayed.  We only had one child who would not come up to the door.

Plus, there is courage in groups.  When you consistently have a half dozen kids approaching the front door, I think that diminishes the fright factor.  I would say our target audience is probably 6-12 years old.




Maybe next year Brian will consider a display with Princesses and Tinkerbells

  I will leave that for the West Coast people who seem to have a fetish for tinkerbell.   wynk
Halloween is suppose to have a little edge to it, otherwise we should just rename "fall festival."


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3  Off-Topic Discussion / Life, Politics and the World / Re: Runaway Rickshaw on: November 10, 2013, 08:47:49 AM

  Just saw this post.  Silly led an amazing life and I love the fortune cookie story.  Damn, Ted- how can you be such a big ape and a softy at the same time? One minute you want kids to drink dirty water, throw grandmother over the cliff, deny health care to millions, and the next minute  your the Mother Theresa of the pet world.   wynk



Brian
4  Off-Topic Discussion / Life, Politics and the World / Re: Halloween Video: Trick or Treat Set-Up on: November 10, 2013, 08:37:51 AM

You are totally insane! But I love it, especially the Deliverance!

  They fog and the banjo players seem to be everyone's favorite elements.  Next year I want to add a corn maze to driveway.  Sort of like this:


5  Off-Topic Discussion / Life, Politics and the World / Re: Halloween Video: Trick or Treat Set-Up on: November 10, 2013, 08:33:28 AM
Nice, Brian.

A Very cool set-up.  clap


Thank you.  We have a lot of fun with it.


Well done, Brian.
You gave Disney a run for their money.
 cheers


Way to generous with the praise, but it is cool knowing that some of the kids will always remember the visit.  I still remember a guy who gave out 45's of the Star Wars theme.  Playing records makes me feel my age, but we thought that was super cool Halloween treat as an eight year old.
6  Off-Topic Discussion / Life, Politics and the World / Re: Isn't Friday afternoon the best part of the week on: November 08, 2013, 08:36:25 PM
When you are off, yes it is... yes it is...  Just going to catalog some posters I got from Ves and Matais watch some TV and bug the heck out of you guys!


Maybe you should spend some time on how to keep Sumlin in Texas.   wynk
7  Off-Topic Discussion / Life, Politics and the World / Re: When worlds collide - meeting forum members in person on: November 05, 2013, 10:07:51 AM
  I'm happy to offer hospitality, but who the heck wants to tour Milwaukee  rolleyes


  There is always the brewery tours.   Grin
8  Off-Topic Discussion / Life, Politics and the World / Re: Halloween Video: Trick or Treat Set-Up on: November 04, 2013, 06:28:01 PM
Not sure how you pronounce it but that was Waughnderful! Wink  



  Pronounced like "wall"  without an emphasis on the L's- like the name Baugh or for a hockey reference sort of like the French pronunciation of Patrick Roy's last name.

Just another hobby that I picked up about 4 years ago.  Interesting enough, some of the best decorated Halloween houses are found in Canada. Who knew?

Brian.

I just tried to watch and in the viewing window, it said: "There was a problem playing your video. Video Not found."

Did it get removed?

Jeff


Try the youtube link:  http://youtube/Mw94zVb1Qz4




happy   Brian, that was Awesome. Must have taken some setting up...

Thank you.  The cemetery fence goes up the first weekend in October and the rest follows.

Wow, the front of your house looks better than a Hollywood movie set! Well done. I hope nobody takes anything!



Thank you.  The animatronics only go out on Halloween, the rest stay out during the month.  I live in a fairly quiet neighborhood, but I always worry about kids being kids.


9  Off-Topic Discussion / Let It All Out / Re: NCAA College Football on: November 04, 2013, 10:56:26 AM


  I know USC and Georgia suck this year but what's with the silence...

 I guess this was posted before the losses starting to accumulate for A&M.   Grin  At least Georgia beat SC and Florida.  I would not say Georgia sucked as much as they have lost almost a dozen projected starters to injury.  And losing Gurley, who is probably the best running back in the country really did not help.


Brian
10  Off-Topic Discussion / Let It All Out / Re: Caturday! post them kittehs on: November 04, 2013, 10:53:43 AM


  Still amazing that one of the longest running threads on APF is about cats.  Mick turned 22 this fall and is doing well.  He has a slight hitch in his step, but if you were like a 100 you would too.

  Love the recent cat in the sink photo.  Mick's sister who passed away at 18, used to do that in the summer.  I guess the porcelain helps to cool them off.

   
   Brian

11  Movie Posters / Latest Acquisitions / Re: November 2013 on: November 04, 2013, 10:50:07 AM
You know, I do like pink.  Picked up the cool and rare and pink international re-release one sheet for the Graduate:



 Is your collection so complete that you are now concentrating on pink posters?



Brian
12  Off-Topic Discussion / Life, Politics and the World / Halloween Video: Trick or Treat Set-Up on: November 04, 2013, 10:41:03 AM

  Long time no post, but a couple of personal forum messages got me to log back in.  Hiatus is going well.  Grin  I pretty much shot my last poster wad on Holiday's Schindler's List.  I thought some of you might enjoy seeing my outdoor set-up for Halloween.  It was my second year of using outdoor fog machines.


http://s430.photobucket.com/user/atlfun/media/Halloween2013Final2_zpsd398f589.mp4.html

  I sense my next poster binge will be just around the corner.  Certainly, I get enough emails from you know who and you know who trying to get me to bid.  wynk
 

  Brian

   
13  Movie Posters / General Discussion / Re: Pictures of posters in action on: August 05, 2013, 03:52:00 PM

14  Off-Topic Discussion / Let It All Out / Re: the Thread of Complete Randomness on: June 01, 2013, 01:13:21 PM

How does going topless stop this?


  Not much different than PETA doing nude posters.  It draws attention.  Just be thankful they did not bomb the show with 60 year old breasts.



 
15  Movie Posters / General Discussion / Re: Pictures of posters in action on: June 01, 2013, 07:22:22 AM
 Steve's article link has a much better photo showing the rental cars as part of the 3D effect. And apparently the creative billboard was conjured up in New Zealand- probably by a bloke, who was a bit of a dag after too many Speights during an all black game.   Grin


16  Movie Posters / General Discussion / Re: Mid-auction analysis - OMGs!, LOLs!, WTFs!, whatev.... on: May 31, 2013, 08:33:48 PM

 I can tell you from experience that ba and iw have no hesitation to blow by any all-time high for a poster they want.  Bastards!!!!!! (But good for them   wynk)


Brian

-Who is trying hard not to look at Bruce's previews.
17  Movie Posters / General Discussion / Re: Pictures of posters in action on: May 31, 2013, 08:28:53 PM

 Not exactly a poster, but I thought this Kill Bill billboard was outrageous.







18  Movie Talk / Movies Coming Soon / Re: SUPERMAN: THE MAN OF STEEL on: May 30, 2013, 12:20:17 PM

 The IMAX 3D trailer for this film looked pretty good.  I cannot tell you the last time I paid cinema money to see a film with Costner in it, but I might have to see this one on the second or third weekend. I never heard the story about the S not being an S as in superman.  In the movie trailer, superman said it was a symbol for something from his homeland.  I forget what, but it was something like eternity or courage.
19  Movie Posters / Show Us Your Collection! / Re: Brian's Office Collection on: May 26, 2013, 09:38:27 AM

  I plan on changing out this wall soon, so I thought that I would post a quick pic.  Almost all of these posters came from my first purchases a couple years ago.  You know the stage, where 60 generic posters from a theatre employee for 200 bucks seems like a good deal.   Grin


20  Movie Talk / General Discussion / Re: What did you just watch? on: May 26, 2013, 09:01:57 AM
 We saw the new Star Trek film last night in IMAX 3D.  If the crowds are any indicator that movie is going to have a huge drop off this weekend. There were only 50 people in the theatre.  I thought the 3D was better than Iron Man 3.

 And the guy who plays Spock is such a dead ringer and really steals the show. I agree with Charlie, that I tend to dislike the new Captain Kirk.  Though the scene with Kirk in bed with two chicks with tails was funny.  The Scotty replacement is entertaining.  Between Spock and Scotty, I think the movie will be worth seeing on video.

 The line for Fast and Furious 6 was strong, but it was only showing in one theatre.  How does a series that was essentially straight to video after number 2 rebound so strongly?


 They had a poster for a new Machete film, but Michelle Rodriguez plays the title character. Not going to see it in the theatre but, I will be watching it on video.

21  Common Poster Subjects / Dealer's Forum / Re: Wanted: Guest authors to contribute stuff to my weekly e-mail club messages on: May 20, 2013, 09:15:59 AM

 Mel could always be your expert on copyright infringement.   Grin
22  Movie Posters / Latest Acquisitions / Re: May 2013 on: May 10, 2013, 10:13:59 AM

If I got a shipment of tubes like that, I would get served with divorce papers.


Ditto, or one FedEx shipment insured for 5k.   Grin
23  Movie Talk / General Discussion / Re: What did you just watch? on: May 06, 2013, 09:39:26 AM

 I am so spoiled with IMAX 3D.  I have almost gotten to the point where that is the only way you will get me to theatres.  But, I am starting to weird out about the recycled glasses thing.  Can you buy your own IMAX glasses new?

 Iron Man 3 was good, but I am tired of Pepper and Paltrow in general.  She is starting to rub me the wrong way like Cameron Diaz.  I know, like she cares what I think, but I just don't enjoy seeing her play such a main role.

 Too much Pepper in the story line for me, so I still rank Iron Man 1 the best, with IM3 a shade behind.


 Brian
24  Movie Talk / General Discussion / Re: What did you just watch? on: May 04, 2013, 04:02:43 PM

 Saw Oblivion in IMAX sort of by mistake.  I thought it was in 3D, but alas it was not.  The movie was okay but predictable.  Certainly worth a rental.  Tonight, we are planning to see Iron Man 3 in IMAX 3D.  Unless, I make another mistake..... Grin
25  Off-Topic Discussion / Let It All Out / Re: Boston Marathon on: April 19, 2013, 06:25:09 PM
  Sounds like it might be over now.
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