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General Climbing Discussion

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Scream of Stone

shaggy
27-Oct-2004
1:22:36 AM
yeah, i'd just like to say thanks to the person who ganked me on the video from the Prahran store, I haven't been looking for a copy for long at all, and after a friend mentioned that i could pick one up from this store, it was great when I got there the other day and some other mo fo got it already, cheers.

kubadora
27-Oct-2004
10:41:37 AM
dick smith electronics stores have heaps of them in their discount dvd bins. it's even in their catalogue. oh, and it's only $2.98. i just watched it and i'm afraid it's not a great one for the herzog fans out there. one of his lousiest. nice enough climbing footage though...

Iser
27-Oct-2004
11:48:40 AM
Sorry Shaggy, should have SMS'd you...

phil_nev
27-Oct-2004
2:47:42 PM
$2.98.... I was robbed!

Rupert
27-Oct-2004
4:55:39 PM
lol !!

climbau
12-Apr-2005
9:00:30 AM
On 21/10/2004 phil_nev wrote:
>I picked up a copy for a mere $3.99 from sanity in Epping plaza. I belive
>they have a few more for those interested.
>Phil
I picked mine up for $2 at Sanity in Albury!!! :))

Superstu
13-Apr-2005
1:30:02 PM
$3.99 at Sanity in downtown Shepparton. I did find something else amusing in the bargain bins, "Fire, Ice & Dynamite" (I think it was called that) with Roger Moore, something about a bizarre race/competition which included parachuting, extreme skiing, driving, white water, and stuff involving snow and ice judging by the cover pic. Anybody seen it? Still, I doubt it would as much fun as the Telemark Movie.

climbau
13-Apr-2005
2:29:26 PM
Yeah I've seen fire & Ice!! It has Wolfgang Gullich in it and several top climbers of the day. It is absolutely classic! Definately better than Scream of Stone.

steph
13-Apr-2005
5:55:52 PM
I had the misfortune of actually watching that sorry excuse for a movie right through to the end! By the time the monotonous monologing and collection of random junk finished i was ready to bin it. (i might have actually done the latter...) There were 2 desent climbing scenes and a lot of 10th grade acting. I'm not even sure it had a plot and I was embarrassed that climbing was associated with it.

My advice - AVOID IT AT ALL COSTS!

happy viewing...

sabu
13-Apr-2005
10:14:11 PM
On 12/10/2004 cameron wrote:
>As difficult as it is to admit this, I started climbing after I saw 'Cliffhanger',
>there is some decent climbing footage in amongst it
>
>Another well worn classic is 'The Eiger Sanction', starring Clint Eastwood
>and George Kennedy. From mid 70's.

Ja i've seen that movie, the end of it was alright with them climbing The Eiger, in fact some of the footage was quite spectacular, the rest of it was fairly ordinary though. Cliffhanger was quite a funny movie, i was young when i saw it the scene looked rediculas! i enjoyed it though besides the climbing, im easily influenced by violence!

Garrath
14-Apr-2005
9:10:19 AM
On 13/04/2005 steph wrote:
>I had the misfortune of actually watching that sorry excuse for a movie
>right through to the end! By the time the monotonous monologing and collection
>of random junk finished i was ready to bin it. (i might have actually done
>the latter...) There were 2 desent climbing scenes and a lot of 10th grade
>acting. I'm not even sure it had a plot and I was embarrassed that climbing
>was associated with it.
>
>
This is where the fast forward button comes in. I agree this movie is truly BBBAAAADDDD.

hardware
14-Apr-2005
10:27:05 PM
Hey I loved the movie.........especially when it ended!


I did like his woody though!! I'd love one that spanned the length of the house........er I mean't bouldering gym.

Jev.

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