Here is the James Bond DVD Box Set : The Roger Moore Collection (All 7 Movies). My dad’d fav Bond is Moore and I like him a lot too. I think I like all 7 movies in this set.
DVD Haul : Unboxing 3 More From Amazon UK – Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom, The Meg & A Dog’s Journey
Fiery BBQ Chicken Pizza @ 360 Degree Pizzeria – spicy bbq chicken, chives, paprika, onions and bbq sauce on mozzarella.
Here is the unboxing of the James Bond – The Daniel Craig Collection 4-Pack
The Hungry Joe, at Tonico Cafe, is two thick beef patties (or chicken or if you want you can have one of each), a fried egg, lettuce and cheese. That’s it. A little sauce I guess. Best value for money and it’s a huge burger.
This is a horror franchise I didn’t get much into other than the first movie. I remember watching this film back in the late 90s maybe once or twice but that’s it. I haven’t watched it since then nor have I seen any of the sequels. It’s time to rectify that and I plan to watch all of them before the new one comes out or I can get to watch it.
Bacon & Blue Cheese Pizza @ The Grill Lab – The Grill Lab opened the second outlet in Palarivattom and I just had to visit. This is only my second visit to the Grill Lab and I wanted a pizza for dinner. They have 10 inch and 12 inch pizza and their bacon & blue cheese pizza stood out for me.
Scream is a 1996 American slasher film directed by Wes Craven and written by Kevin Williamson. The film stars David Arquette, Neve Campbell, Courteney Cox, Matthew Lillard, Rose McGowan, Skeet Ulrich, and Drew Barrymore. Released on December 20, it follows the character of Sidney Prescott (Campbell), a high school student in the fictional town of Woodsboro, California, who becomes the target of a mysterious killer in a Halloween costume known as Ghostface. The film combines black comedy and “whodunit” mystery with the violence of the slasher genre to satirize the clichés of the horror movie genre popularized in films such as Halloween (1978 ), Friday the 13th (1980) and Craven’s own A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984). Scream was considered unique at the time of its release for featuring characters who were aware of real-world horror films and openly discussed the clichés that the film attempted to subvert.
High school student Casey Becker receives a flirty phone call from an unknown person, during which they discuss horror movies. However, the caller turns sadistic and threatens her life. He reveals that her boyfriend Steve Orth is being held hostage and demands she answer questions about horror films. After Casey gets one wrong, Steve is murdered. When Casey refuses to answer more questions, she is murdered by a masked killer as her parents come home. Shortly after, they find her corpse hanging from a tree. The following day, the news media descend on the town and a police investigation begins. Meanwhile, Sidney Prescott struggles with the impending first anniversary of her mother, Maureen’s, murder by her lover Cotton Weary. While waiting at home for her friend Tatum Riley, Sidney receives a threatening phone call. After she hangs up, she is attacked by the killer but evades them. Sidney’s boyfriend Billy Loomis arrives shortly after, but after he drops his cell phone, Sidney suspects him of making the call and flees. Billy is arrested and Sidney spends the night at Tatum’s house, where she receives another threatening call.
The next day, Billy is released and suspicion shifts to Sidney’s father Neil Prescott, as the calls have been traced to his phone. School is suspended in the wake of the murders. After the students have left the school, the killer stabs Principal Himbry to death in his office. Tatum’s boyfriend Stu Macher throws a party to celebrate the school’s closure. The party is attended by Sidney, Tatum, their friend Randy Meeks, and many other students. Reporter Gale Weathers attends uninvited to cover the situation, as she expects the killer to strike. Tatum’s brother deputy sheriff Dewey Riley also looks out for the murderer at the party. The killer corners Tatum in the garage and murders her by crushing her neck with the garage door. Billy arrives to speak to Sidney privately and the two ultimately consummate their relationship, while Dewey and Gale investigate a nearby abandoned car. Many party attendees are drawn away after hearing news of Himbry’s death, leaving only Sidney, Billy, Randy, Stu, and Gale’s cameraman Kenny. Gale and Dewey, having discovered that the car belongs to Neil Prescott, return to the house.
After having sex, Sidney and Billy are attacked by the killer, who ostensibly kills Billy. Sidney narrowly escapes from the house and seeks help from Kenny, but the killer slashes his throat; Sidney then flees again. Gale and Dewey believe Neil is the killer and has come to the party to continue his spree. Gale tries to escape in her van but drives off the road to avoid hitting Sidney and crashes. Meanwhile, Dewey is stabbed in the back while investigating in the house, and Sidney takes his gun. Stu and Randy appear and accuse each other of being the killer. Sidney retreats into the house, where she finds Billy wounded but still alive. She gives Billy the gun; he lets Randy into the house and shoots him. Billy reveals that he how to get cash now feigned his injuries and is actually the killer, with Stu as his accomplice.
Billy and Stu discuss their plan to kill Sidney and frame the murder spree on her father, whom they have taken hostage. The pair also reveal that they murdered her mother and framed Cotton for it, as she was having an affair with Billy’s father, which drove his mother away. Gale, who survived the crash, intervenes, and Sidney takes advantage of this to turn the tables on her attackers, knocking out Billy and dropping a television set on Stu’s head; Billy then awakens and attacks Sidney, but Gale shoots him. Randy is revealed to be wounded but alive, and remarks that the killer always resurfaces for one last scare. Sidney takes the gun and shoots Billy in the head, killing him for good. As the sun rises and police arrive, Dewey, badly injured, is taken away by ambulance and Gale makes an impromptu news report about the night’s events.
Made on a budget of around $15 million the text cash movie made $173 million at the box office and has had a huge run at cable tv channels and dvd/bluray sales. It has also spawned 3 sequels and 4th one in production. It has also stood the test of time and I found it mostly enjoyable. I give it 7.5 outta 10!
I had already bought one of the movies many months ago but I needed to get all of the Hammer Horror Dracula (starring Christopher Lee as Count Dracula and Peter Cushing as Van Helsing) movies, one of my fav horror franchisees. So I bought 4 from the series to add to my collection.
Grilled Chicken Wings & Chicken Wraps @ Galitos – I love their big chicken wings, with that mild spicy sauce. So delicious, we gave it a 9.5 & a 10! Their chicken wraps also come with fries. I had the Pulled chicken wrap and he had the Peri Peri chicken wrap – both got 9 outta 10 from us!
A Mixed bag of dvds that I left in my cupboard and completely forgot that I hadn’t shot a video for them.
Crumb Fried Chicken Burger @ Bloomsbury with French fries and a Peach Ice Tea
Unboxing The Frasier Complete Series DVD Boxset
Unboxing The Stargate Universe 2 Season Box Set
Cafe Coffee Day’s Tandoori Chicken sandwich on their new-ish multigrain bread and their at the time Belgian Cold Chocolate. Yummy!