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Day of the Dead scene - Meet Bub (My favourite scene)


Okay, here goes. This is my favourite scene(s) from Day. Why? Why not!? Well, the dialogue, the swift cutting, acting, and the romero awesomeness.

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You're going to get in trouble for that.

Otherwise, it's probably the most important portion of the film. Bub and the Doc are awesome.

Nice banner, too.

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You're going to get in trouble for that.



Trouble?
You mean Anchor Bay are gonna send some mercenaries to my house and force me to remove the video at gunpoint. No. (<-I'm gonna draw that emoticon)

Fairuse, fairuse. If anything, it'll just be removed if Anchor Bay or whoever have a problem. But I doubt that. [sign in to see URL], yesterday, there were two versions of Dawn '78 on there - complete!

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Probably not Anchor Bay-though it would be cool to open the front door one morning only to see that boat from the logo sitting on the sidewalk. Don't start looking over your shoulder yet. Probably whoever holds copyright. The producers of Day: Contagium. With a new Day remake being pooped out, more people are likely to search for Day stuff. Dawn is a different matter.

Maybe they'll be nice about it. Maybe they'll hire Rubenstein to get you, and then he'll hand the job over to the cheapest labor. And they'll wind up giving you a prank call instead.

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Probably not Anchor Bay-though it would be cool to open the front door one morning only to see that boat from the logo sitting on the sidewalk.



Ah. If only we had those things you silly yanks like to call sidewalks. Instead, we pavements.
Random google image of 'british pavement':
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[sign in to see URL] scene, a favourite of mine from Day of the Dead is the confrontation between Rhodes and the 'good guys'.
Rhodes:
NOW YOU'RE TELLIN' ME
THAT YOU DON'T
HAVE THE !@#$ YOU NEED?
WE'RE RUNNIN' LOW ON AMMUNITION.
WE'RE RUNNIN' LOW ON MEN,
FOR CHRISSAKES!
I swear, I just keep replaying that quote in my mind of late and just recently I've been having uncontrollable outbursts where I play out Pilato's fine acting. Of course, I don't do this in front of people, that would just send me straight down in the loony book. The cats (4 in our house) play the roles of the 'good guys' and me as Rhodes. When finished, the cat's tend to scram.emoticon
Yes, I am weird.

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Oh. I thought you folks had cobblestone "thoroughfares" or something, but that's cool, too.

I'm sure the cats are terrified. Does sound awesome. "THIS ISN'T A FIELD TRIP. IT'S A FUC&ING WAR!" "Rough him up, Steele." "THOSE ARE MY MEN IN THERE!"

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Oh. I thought you folks had cobblestone "thoroughfares" or something, but that's cool, too.

I'm sure the cats are terrified. Does sound awesome. "THIS ISN'T A FIELD TRIP. IT'S A FUC&ING WAR!" "Rough him up, Steele." "THOSE ARE MY MEN IN THERE!"

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Nice graphic. As for the other quotes, I have been known to shout them out, if only to Holly, Ginger, Flames and Fred (the cats).

It's funny, yesterday I was walking across a footbridge passing a motorway near an industrial part of the area where I live. At the time is was quite dark and there wasn't anyone about bar me and this one guy (not black) about 200 meters aways doing late night work, some hard labor of somekind . As I was looking down at him from the footbridge, I had Tom Savini's infamous 'Chocolate Man' quote pop up in my head. "I see you chocolate man!" I was saying it in my head, and for a moment felt as though while glancing at the man I should shout it out. However, I didn't. I continued onwards. Once across the footbridge and across the motorway, all on my own and not a soul about bar myself, to my horror some f11cker had started a fire (small, but big enough to catch my attention). As I surveyed it, I decided to get the hell out of the area, just in case I would become suspect number 1. Luckily, I got away. I sense the fire, was karma for my 'chocolate man' comment in my head. emoticon

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By the by, do check the other new posts on the messageboard. I have no idea who Zombietown is.

And then you could sing "we didn't start the fire". I suppose. Then again, the line "kill the priest and burn the church" was chanted by Miguel in the original Day script, before he was beheaded by the soldiers. Doubt that is relevant, though.

You could've walked over to that laborer and said "You know Macumba? Grandad was a priest in Trinidad." Or maybe say "A lot of people are running now. I could run. I could run tonight." But where does that lead?

The next thing we know you're out there chanting "BRING OUT YOUR DEAD!"

Best advice, my friend, is from George W. Bush himself. "We can't live our lives in fear."

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You'll never guess what happened a couple of days back. Well, I was in that area again and deciced to see if that fire had done any serious damage. No, it hadn't. It looked as if part of a sofa had been burning though or some similar material. But that isn't all. As I glanced down, standing there on the pavement at the damaged left by the fire for a few seconds, I continued onwards to where I was heading (to a friends). [sign in to see URL] this. The place is friggin' empty right, no people, no cars, but from the distance I see a pair headlights pulling forward. "Oh !@#$, better keep on walking", I say to myself. That was wise, because as the car got closer, it now in plain sight turns out to have 'Police' written on the bonnet. Yes, the fuzz. Luckily, I wasn't stopped or anything. If they did call out to me as they slowly pulled into the deadend near the footbridge, I wouldn't have heard thanks to the noise of Killswitch Engage. Haha. F!!ck the police. emoticon

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Funny. A friend let me borrow the NWA Greatest Hits CD two days ago. That's odd, because Ice Cube agrees with you.

AND the police pursued a speeding Cadillac into my neighbor's yard just two hours ago. I thought the guy was gonna really lose control of the vehicle as it sped through the yard, past the house, across the backyard and into a field, and I, standing on the porch as I was, was on the verge of hysterics. I screamed out something like "that guy's gonna kill himself!" But then I shut up as the fellow leaped from his vehicle and ran for the wooded area in back of the neighbor's house. Disturbing on a number of levels, this was, until I realized that another neighbor's vicious dogs helped subdue the man. Then it was funny.

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