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 11 
 on: October 29, 2014, 06:15:52 pm 
Started by scotty s - Last post by Oldalgebra
Now that's spooky!  Great Halloween atmosphere. A bit scary for me, but I have two granddaughters who like nothing better than to have the wits scared out of them. Your neighborhood trick-or-treaters will be amazed!

 12 
 on: October 29, 2014, 05:38:41 pm 
Started by scotty s - Last post by Steve302
Great video Scott as always, it seems these Halloween projection effects have again improved over the past year. Your place will be a real hit with everyone.
As an aside I'm a bit jealous of all your toys.
Steve

 13 
 on: October 29, 2014, 05:34:56 pm 
Started by scotty s - Last post by pistolero56
very cool scotty, i really like the garage screen/ zombies.

im using 2 pj's , doing the singing  pumpkins in the front yard and 1 window with effects.

 14 
 on: October 29, 2014, 05:31:51 pm 
Started by scotty s - Last post by Corzak
I got the Jack o Latern Jamboree and am only doing my large picture window and I'm starting with bone chillers then ghostly apparitions followed by Zombies. I only have 2 projectors! Wink

 15 
 on: October 29, 2014, 02:23:58 pm 
Started by scotty s - Last post by scotty s
I am using my Carl's  5'x9' rear projection screen and a few "frosty" shower liners to display digital Halloween effects this year. I bought the digital downloads from AtmosFEARfx and then burned them onto DVD's. I am using 5 projectors. Check out this video I made a couple of days ago. LIKE my video on Youtube...Carl is having a contest for $100 Amazon gift card that I would love to have a shot at!!!
Can't wait to scare some kiddo's Friday night!!
Here's the Youtube link....

http://youtu.be/J5l_GiNnDJY?list=UUB-mCxa-VRczrymZg_-TSJg

 16 
 on: October 29, 2014, 01:18:22 pm 
Started by Lincolntech - Last post by RoseRanch
Not really for Halloween but we had some family friends over and watched the old Canterville Ghost (with Charles Laughton) last week.  Good movie! 

Some Halloweens past I've just projected some old classic Universal monster movie trailers.  It's almost too much work with trick-or-treaters coming in droves.  The 'Great Pumpkin' Peanuts special is a classic too.

 17 
 on: October 29, 2014, 12:48:55 am 
Started by ranman101 - Last post by ranman101
A little late, but here goes this weeks Blu-Ray releases, for 10/28/2014.

Beethoven's Treasure Tail
Begin Again
Behaving Badly
Child of God (2013)
Companeros
Death Comes to Pemberley: The Mini-Series
Deliver Us From Evil
Fedora
Free Fall (2014)
Good People
Hellsing Ultimate: Collection Volumes 9 & 10
Jour De Fete: Criterion
Mon Oncle: Criterion
Monsieur Hulotís Holiday: Criterion
Nightbreed: The Director's Cut
Parade: Criterion
Planet of the Vampires
Playtime: Criterion
Shock Waves (1977)
Shogun Assassin (1980)
Squirm
Stargate: 20th Anniversary Edition
Street Fighter: Assassin's Fist
The Complete Jacques Tati: Criterion
The Prince
The Vanishing (1988): Criterion
Traffic: Criterion
Werewolf Woman

 18 
 on: October 29, 2014, 12:22:27 am 
Started by SirRobyn0 - Last post by SirRobyn0
So I was telling Jake the other night about keeping the Sit & Vue name and calling it the Sit & Vue II or the Sit & Vue 2 or something like that.  I told him I thought it was a great idea, but that I was concerned people might think that we have two screens.  He took off running on that note....  Since his yard is two small strips of grass one side and on the back of his house he now thinks we should have two screens, and show the same movies on each screen simultaneously, which in effect would double his seating capacity making his place much more capable of handling the average turn out I use to get mid-summer at the Sit & Vue.  Effectively I already own enough equipment to handle projection and sound for two screens.  The only thing is he will have to come up with a second screen.   

While I initially balked at the two screen idea, I have warmed up to it a lot in the last few days.  In fact I am now thinking this might actually be a good idea.  I will have to use my back up equipment to run the second screen which could be a problem if we have a sudden failure.  So we might have to consider looking into some additional gear hopefully before the 2015 season starts.  I always like the security of knowing I have a spare PJ or transmitter should one go out mid-show.   

Plus it would certainly be unique.  How many folks get run two screens in there BYT?  We might be the only ones to do it.

I'd love some feedback on the two screen idea, but also that narrows the name choices to the following

The Sit & Vue 2 Outdoor Theatres
The Sit & Vue II Outdoor Theatres
The Sit & Vue Twin Outdoor Theatres
The Sit & Vue Two Outdoor Theatres

or some other variant?   Still open to discussion.

Sky-Valley  and Valley are out now.  I will update the survey. 

 19 
 on: October 28, 2014, 11:55:28 pm 
Started by Lincolntech - Last post by Lincolntech
What is everyone who has good weather showing for Halloween? They're saying it's going to rain changing to sleet or snow here which is about right for the worst BYT season  weather wise ever around here Embarrassed

 20 
 on: October 28, 2014, 01:37:48 pm 
Started by Dennis - Last post by shawn_ky
Wished you lived closer... Would love to make a deal with the Skeeter items...

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