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TAYV Movie Night - Nominations!

Hey TAYV Movie Friends, thanks for all the suggestions for the next feature film but enough chit-chat! Here are your nominations!

A Talking Cat!?!


Synopsis: The film follows two single parent families that are brought together by Duffy (Eric Roberts) a cat with the capability of speech. The wealthy Phil (Johnny Whitaker) recently sold his computer company in order to spend more time with his model son Chris (Justin Cone), who couldn't care less. Meanwhile Susan (Kristine DeBell) is struggling to make ends meet as a caterer with her two children Tina (Janis Peebles) and Trent (Daniel Dannas). Duffy enters then enters their lives, giving them advice- but with the limitation that he can only speak to them once.

Availability: Available for streaming on Netflix

Runtime: 1 hour 25 minutes

Hobo with a Shotgun (2011)

Brief Synopsis: A hobo (Rutger Hauer) arrives in Hope Town, which is ruled by the crime lord Drake (Brian Downey) and his sons Ivan (Nick Bateman) and Slick (Gregory Smith). Shortly after he arrives he and some townspeople are forced to witness Drake and his sons publicly execute Drake's brother, Logan (Robb Wells)...

Availability: Available for streaming on Netflix

Runtime: 1 hour 26 minutes

Session 9 (2001)


Synopsis: An American psychological horror film, directed by Brad Anderson and written by Anderson and Stephen Gevedon and stars David Caruso, Peter Mullan, Stephen Gevedon, Paul Guilfoyle, Josh Lucas, and Brendan Sexton III. The plot focuses on the growing tension within an asbestos removal crew working at an abandoned mental asylum, which is paralleled by the gradual revelation of a former patient's disturbed past through recorded audio tapes of the patient's hypnotherapy sessions. The film takes place in and around the Danvers State Mental Hospital in Danvers, Massachusetts.

Availability: Available for streaming on Netflix

Runtime: 1 hour 40 minutes

Shaun of the Dead (2004)


Synopsis: British zombie comedy directed and co-written by Edgar Wright and co-written and starring Simon Pegg alongside Nick Frost. Pegg plays Shaun, a man attempting to get some kind of focus in his life as he deals with his girlfriend, his mother and stepfather. At the same time, he has to cope with an an apocalyptic uprising of zombies.

Availability: NOT Available for streaming on Netflix; (but you guys all own this on dvd and/or bluray, right? RIGHT?!);


Runtime: 1 hour 39 minutes

Tremors (1990)


Synopsis: Do I even need to put one here? Well too bad, Wiki doesn't have one without giving away the entire plot summary. Plus it's Tremors. You should hide your head in shame if you do not know that it is Kevin Bacon's greatest hit. Why this movie did not win an Academy Award is one of life's greatest mysteries.

Availability: Blasphemy! It's not available for streaming on Netflix

Runtime: 1 hour, 36 minutes

Troll Hunter (2010)


Brief Synopsis: A group of university college students, Thomas (Glenn Erland Tosterud), Johanna (Johanna Mørck), and their cameraman Kalle (Tomas Alf Larsen) set out to make a documentary about a suspected bear poacher, Hans (Otto Jespersen). At the site of an illegally slain bear, they interview local hunters, who comment that the bear tracks look odd, as well as Finn Haugen (Hans Morten Hansen), head of the Norwegian Wildlife Board. Finn dismisses the idea that the bear tracks could have been faked. Like true paparazzi, the students follow Hans, who tells them to go away. As they follow him into a forest, they see mysterious flashing lights and hear roars. Hans comes running back screaming "Troll!" Thomas is attacked and bitten by a large animal. They escape in Hans' Land Rover, and discover their own vehicle, turned over with the tires mysteriously missing. Hans admits that he does not hunt bears, but trolls. Though skeptical, the students ask if they can join Hans and film his hunt. Hans consents.

Availability: Not even a blip on Netflix's radar for either streaming or renting. O.O


The Notebook


Sorry GBD, it's not available on Netflix. Walf, you may cry yourself to sleep now.

I don't have Hulu Plus but I did take a quick look but could not find any of these based on my search on Hulu. Prove me wrong, people! Shame me! Shame me in the comments!


Anyway, there you go. Get to voting! Leave me your picks in the comments below. Voting will close on Wednesday, July 24th and I'll get a post up on the winner shortly thereafter. This means we won't actually be holding a TAYV Movie night next week but the following week on Thursday, August 1st.

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