ShadowEyez wrote:Don't remember exactly, though it was likely Terminator 2 - still an awesome movie.
I think that was mine.
vargis14 wrote:Ok my first R rated movie was ALIEN and let me tell you at 8 years old it scared the doodoo out of me.My mother was and still is a scifi freak.She likes sci fi so much her first 46 inch panasonic projector hdtv had the scifi channel logo burned into the screen.So it was Mom,me and my older brother that went to see the flick.
I had no problems watching it,I loved the movie and remember i was on the edge of my seat throughout the whole thing.
As for that night and a month or so afterwards I had some wicked scary nightmares:) It did not help when my older brother made that dang alien Hiss noise in the middle of the night,He had it perfected.Inducing more then a few yells of MOM!!!
I remember that Xmas i got the alien action figure,with the extending mouth and everything.It was quite big 2-3 ft tall if i remember correctly, very detailed and was my all time favorite show and tell item in school:)
That album was like the soundtrack to what at the time seemed like the Great Nerd Awakening, when D&D and comics and SciFi and music and personal computers all came together to proclaim that we were here and henceforth popular culture (and the economy) was going to revolve around us. But I played that lp (copied onto cassette, of course) so much I actually got sick of it, and I never bought it on CD.derFunkenstein wrote:+ya. To all of this. Fire of Unknown Origin is always in the disc changer in my car. Just a great album.just brew it! wrote:Trivia tangent: The Blue Oyster Cult album Fire of Unknown Origin has several songs on it which were written for the Heavy Metal soundtrack (one is even a musical plot synopsis of part of the movie), but which ended up not being used. The one BOC song that did end up on the soundtrack was Veteran of the Psychic Wars. IMO this is one of the best albums BOC ever released, and might even make my "desert island discs" list (depending on the length of said list)...
That was mine too, but I was 14 and staying with a friend; we convinced his older sister to take us (to see an R-rated film you just needed to be accompanied by "a parent or guardian") and she spent most of the movie hiding under the seat. My sharpest memory is actually of the radio commercials, which started with this blood-curdling screeching sound and then the tag line "In space, no one can hear you scream"; he had a paper route, so his clock radio would come on at some ungodly early hour, and one morning it came on just in time to play that commercial, which left us figuratively hanging by our fingernails from the ceiling.vargis14 wrote:Ok my first R rated movie was ALIEN and let me tell you at 8 years old it scared the doodoo out of me.
Heh, it wasn't quite that big but it was pretty huge, and significantly larger than the 12" GI-Joes of the day. I was no longer playing with those, but the GI Joe "Space Marine" body count that thing created among the younger kids was spectacular.I remember that Xmas i got the alien action figure,with the extending mouth and everything.It was quite big 2-3 ft tall if i remember correctly, very detailed and was my all time favorite show and tell item in school:)
that's funny I think Porky's was my first "official in the theater R rated movie" and my dad brought my brother and I to see it.My first R-rated movie in a theater without permission was Porky's Revenge, when I was 14. We knew a girl who worked at the theater so she "forgot" to check our age.
was Terminator 2 rated R?Don't remember exactly, though it was likely Terminator 2
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