Tuesday, January 16, 2018

DGBS Playlist 1/16/18

Hey folks! Me again with another playlist for you to enjoy. A few new things, mixed with some old classics, with just enough weird stuff to make it interesting.


Wonder Woman.The Man Who Could Move The World.nsv
Wonder Woman.The Bermuda Triangle Crisis.nsv
Wonder Woman.The Pluto File.nsv
V For Vendetta.2005.Part1.nsv
V For Vendetta.2005.Part2.nsv
V For Vendetta.2005.Part3.nsv
Silent Movie.1976.Part1.nsv
Silent Movie.1976.Part2.nsv
Rush - Exit Stage Left.1982.nsv
Red Sonja.1985.Part1.nsv
Red Sonja.1985.Part2.nsv
The Bowery Boys - Blonde Dynamite.1950.Part1.nsv
The Bowery Boys - Blonde Dynamite.1950.Part2.nsv
Iron Sky.2012.Part1.nsv
Iron Sky.2012.Part2.nsv
Fantastic Four.Prisoners Of Planet X.nsv
Fantastic Four.Menace Of The Mole Man.nsv
Fantastic Four.It Started On Yancy Street.nsv
Fantastic Four.Invasion Of The Super Skrulls.nsv
The Pink Chiquitas.1987.Part1.nsv
The Pink Chiquitas.1987.Part2.nsv
Phantasm II.1988.Part1.nsv
Phantasm II.1988.Part2.nsv
Phantasm III Lord of the Dead.1994.Part1.nsv
Phantasm III Lord of the Dead.1994.Part2.nsv
Munsters.S01E01.Munster Masquerade.nsv
Munsters.S01E02.My Fair Munster.nsv
Munsters.S01E03.A Walk On The Mild Side.nsv
Munsters.S01E04.Rock-A-Bye Munster.nsv
Freaky Farley.2007.Part1.nsv
Freaky Farley.2007.Part2.nsv
Blade Runner.1982.Part1.nsv
Blade Runner.1982.Part2.nsv
Blade Runner.1982.Part3.nsv
Amazing Stories.101.Ghost Train.nsv
Amazing Stories.102.The Main Attraction.nsv
Amazing Stories.103.Alamo Jobe.nsv
Amazing Stories.104.Mummy Daddy.nsv
Pee-Wee Herman Show - Live From The Roxy Theater.1981.Part1.nsv
Pee-Wee Herman Show - Live From The Roxy Theater.1981.Part2.nsv
Moving Violations.1985.Part1.nsv
Moving Violations.1985.Part2.nsv
Tales Of An Ancient Empire.2010.Part1.nsv
Tales Of An Ancient Empire.2010.Part2.nsv
Benny Hill Show.s04e09.nsv
Benny Hill Show.s05e04.nsv
Benny Hill Show.s05e07.nsv
Undercover Brother.2002.Part1.nsv
Undercover Brother.2002.Part2.nsv
Godzilla.Final Wars.2004.Part1.nsv
Godzilla.Final Wars.2004.Part2.nsv
Godzilla.Final Wars.2004.Part3.nsv
In The Year 2889.1967.Part1.nsv
In The Year 2889.1967.Part2.nsv
Blackadder II.S02E03.Potato.nsv
Blackadder II.S02E05.Beer.nsv
Blackadder II.S02E06.Chains.nsv
The Phantom.1996.Part1.nsv
The Phantom.1996.Part2.nsv
Hot Shots.1991.Part1.nsv
Hot Shots.1991.Part2.nsv
Tenacious D in The Pick Of Destiny.2006.Part1.nsv
Tenacious D in The Pick Of Destiny.2006.Part2.nsv
Iron Chef.Carrot.nsv
Iron Chef.Eggplant 2.nsv
Monty Python - Live At The Hollywood Bowl.1982.Part1.nsv
Monty Python - Live At The Hollywood Bowl.1982.Part2.nsv


von.wittg said...

thank-you for bladerunner! ^__^ (sry i didn't post this sooner, busy times here... >__<)

BaabHimself said...

Thanks for the Metropolis post in this rotation.
I know for being a silent film it's usually an acquired taste to watch.
Keep up the good work!

Leprechaun marathon for St. Patrick's Day?
Ohhhh lordie be!

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diego.a said...

How much does it cost to keep this station running per month?
(In case I become a quad-drillionaire with lots of free time.)

BaabHimself said...

She's dead Jim...

DoughyGuy said...

Hey folks... channel's down (obv.), but I can't access the site to restart it. There's a bit of a history of the channel doing this unfortunately, and I just have to wait it out until the website comes back up. Maybe when we come back I'll have some new stuff - been adding to my collection lately with some weird stuff (you know how I like that)

So, we'll just have to sit tight and I'll keep trying. As far as the question regarding cost - I'm just about to re-up for next year (at the end of next month, I believe) and the current cost is right around $200 a year. But that's a setup where someone else streams it for me, all I do is encode and upload. The software is out there to do it all yourself, but that's all beyond me. I do it 'the dummy way'...

Josh said...

Why not put up a paypal donate button? Help offset some of your cost.

DoughyGuy said...

eh, it has always been self funded, since day 1. If money were tighter for me I might ask for help up to like 50 percent, but right now that's not the case. Not sure how many more years I'll be keeping it going. I suppose until the host site goes out of business. They don't even offer new signups for TV packages anymore, if I am correct. I'm just sort of grandfathered in.

E-Man said...

Yeah wow, I knew it cost money but I never thought about the fact that you pay more for me to watch it than I would pay for cable. And I'm

Actually I have an idea that may or may not be worth implementing. You could allow people that visit the blog to mine cryptocurrency for you. Of course that's a whole adventure/hobby itself, but still, didn't take much investment in time/effort for me to do so I decided to give it a go. Probably wouldn't earn much unless a fan of the channel has a gaming rig or something with your blog open but you never know, maybe they do and would like to support the site.

I only got like 1500 pageviews last month according to Blogger stats, and in that time visitors mined 3 cents of Monero cryptocurrency. The payout is about $4. Hopefully the min payout will stay at $4 if my 3cents worth become worth $30.

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