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    Pallid Hands Andrew Monroe's Avatar
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    I know you've said you don't want to ask for contributions but I just want to mention again that I would be more than happy to donate if need be. I have gotten so much friendship and entertainment out of this place it almost doesn't seem right that it's free! No joke. I think this place is a perfect blend of all the various cult and oddball pop culture formats. This forum, at least to my thinking, is pretty darn welcoming to newcomers and for the most part is pretty drama free.

    I'm pretty happy with the review coverage, though I will mention that I always enjoyed Nolando's reviews of classic (or not so classic) Hollywood stuff - like when he was doing those various MOD disc reviews. I probably didn't tell him enough but those were great. I realize those films aren't all that popular with most visitors here though.

    When life and work permit I try to post here as much as I can or at least visit...it's the pretty much my first stop in the morning and the friends I've met here or at AVM previously mean a lot to me.
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    I'm on here all the time reading, but theproblem is that it's usually on my phone when it's dead at work...and typing loooongposts on a phone is frustrating haha. A podcastcould be fun. And i have no idea what happened to AB, but I'd love to know. I used to blind-buy their stuff because they were so great.

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    Senior Member Mark Tolch's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew Monroe View Post
    I know you've said you don't want to ask for contributions but I just want to mention again that I would be more than happy to donate if need be. I have gotten so much friendship and entertainment out of this place it almost doesn't seem right that it's free! No joke. I think this place is a perfect blend of all the various cult and oddball pop culture formats. This forum, at least to my thinking, is pretty darn welcoming to newcomers and for the most part is pretty drama free.

    I'm pretty happy with the review coverage, though I will mention that I always enjoyed Nolando's reviews of classic (or not so classic) Hollywood stuff - like when he was doing those various MOD disc reviews. I probably didn't tell him enough but those were great. I realize those films aren't all that popular with most visitors here though.

    When life and work permit I try to post here as much as I can or at least visit...it's the pretty much my first stop in the morning and the friends I've met here or at AVM previously mean a lot to me.
    Agreed, agreed, and agreed!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Tolch View Post
    Two quick points:

    1. This site rules. AvManiacs was great, but you amd most of the people who drifted over to RSP are what made it like that.
    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew Monroe View Post
    I know you've said you don't want to ask for contributions but I just want to mention again that I would be more than happy to donate if need be. I have gotten so much friendship and entertainment out of this place it almost doesn't seem right that it's free! No joke. I think this place is a perfect blend of all the various cult and oddball pop culture formats. This forum, at least to my thinking, is pretty darn welcoming to newcomers and for the most part is pretty drama free.
    This... and that too What Mark and Andrew said!

    I don't 'do' Facebook and this place is one of the handful of 'regular haunts' I have on the Internet: no matter how little time I have in the day, I'll drop by here in the morning and during the evening. (I read a lot of threads but don't always add to them unless I've got the time to contribute 'properly' - one of the myriad reasons why the Facebook is not for me.)

    As for reviews, I think the balance thing is really good as is. Sometimes I think I'd like to see reviews of releases from more international distributors - but that's probably totally unfeasible.

    But like Andrew and Mark said, if there ever came a time when donations were needed for the upkeep of the site, I'd happily dip into my pockets
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    Senior Member Mark Tolch's Avatar
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    I think that the problem with that other fundraiser is that Cialis, Viagra, and the producers of PIRAHNA were the biggest contributors

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    I'm not a Facebook guy as my life isn't all that exciting to share with the world so I love this place. With message boards drying up everyday it is nice to know that RSP is here and offering a wide variety of reviews of stuff (even if a lot of it isn't in my wheelhouse). And the people are a lot of fun as well.
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    I wouldn't mind seeing some comic reviews from Humanoids and Titan, some of their European comix. But I understand if that's cost prohibitive. I checked out of collecting DVDs a few years back, I hit a saturation point and decided I'm good. I only pick up one or two movies a year now, if that. But I like that I can always come here and see what's been put out in the meantime. I appreciate all the work you guys and gals do to keeping this stuff alive. I guess I joined DVD Maniacs about ten years ago, though it doesn't feel like it. I wish I had more time to post but work and life keep getting in the way.

    There isn't a better group of familiar faces I like to be around. I don't know how often I've referred to this site/group in a meatspace convo to illustrate that there are people out there with good taste, and that there is quality work coming out that's not mainstream or Hollywood.
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    Good suggestions so far, keep'em coming.

    I'll reach out to the Euro comics guys - if they do digital, maybe they'll play ball.
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    Oh and I'm glad you're hear Scott. Burying the hatchet and all that - it's good.

    Gary - what would be more 'in your wheelhouse'? I'm guessing less sleaze and more classic horror?
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    I have no suggestions, but I just wanna say thanks for operating a really nice site.
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