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Casino Etiquette Questions

Hey gang, hope all is well. Some context: I've been playing for a little over a year now online, started at 2nl and currently winning at 50nl. Not a crusher by any means, but super happy with my progress and excited to play more in the future as a recreational player. So here's the deal, I've been playing online and just with some of my buddies at school every now and then more casually but I turn 21 on Monday and I'm looking to play at a casino for the first time.
For reference: I live in New Orleans, LA and would be going to Harrahs. I think the max buy-in there for 1/3 is 300, which is perfectly fine. I have a few questions about what to expect though, because I don't want to show up and look like an absolute noob (which I will be, but don't want it to be that obvious).
Thanks for dealing with my noobie questions in advance. Really hope I can make an OMC rage on my first go.
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Newb, roast my 1/3 line.

2nd trip ever to casino to play, only play in home game tournaments every now and then and am breakeven on 0.02/.0.5 and 0.05/0.10 NL on ignition. Playing 1/3 at Harrahs New Orleans, folded first two orbits to get a feel of the table, only played my pocked pairs for minimum return until this hand. Sitting 9 handed.
Preflop: folds around to CO, CO limps to H in SB. Look down to A♠️3♠️. Stack of $230, Raise to $10. Villain in BB calls with about $1200 behind, CO calls with about $350 behind. Pot $30.
Flop: K ♠️ 5 ❤️ 3 ♦️ Hero checks. Button bets $10. CO calls. Hero calls. Pot $60.
Turn: K ♠️ 5 ❤️ 3♦️ 5 ♠️ Hero checks, button bets $30, CO folds, hero calls with intent to fold on river if no Ace or Spade.
River: K ♠️ 5 ❤️ 3 ♦️ 5 ♠️ 8 ♠️ Hero bets $20, V raises to $40. I think he’s got 5x suited or maybe a boat, and don’t want to jam/raise and V come over the top, so I just call. V shows a 5 for trips and I take down the pot.
Looking back I think I should’ve raised/jammed but V had a strong image at the table from what I had seen and didn’t want to bust out so early. Thoughts?
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I smoked crack while I survived Hurricane Katrina.

A sea of suffering called me from her shores. I answered her call, charted a course for the unknown and swam out. No more a child playing in the gentle break of the surf, I was the sole survivor of a shipwrecked life. There was mutiny, fire and disasters of every kind before the hull broke in half and the depths swallowed my life whole. I was lost at sea where only sea monsters survived, and since it is better to eat than to be eaten, I became one.
It is true that I survived Hurricane Katrina with my father in New Orleans, and that before our two months together were over, he threatened to shoot me with a nine-millimeter. But before I tell you about that, I need a few paragraphs to tell you about my girlfriend from high school, and that whole thing starts with a large shipment of blotter acid, printed with pink elephants. Supposedly it came from the Lavender family, whatever that meant, and it made an unlikely couple out of us.
My family and I were out of town for Christmas break of my senior year, but I can't remember where we went. I think it was Mexico, and while we were gone, the captain of the cheerleading team took some of that acid with two of my friends. They tried to come see me, but since we were out of town, they couldn’t. Somehow their journey to find me and my absence mixed with the LSD to simulate feelings of love and longing for me in her. When I got back, this girl I barely knew wanted to hang out with me. She was the head cheerleader for her junior and senior years, made good grades and loved her mother. I skateboarded, slept through classes, resented the preppy kids, and wore skulls on my black tee shirt.
Towards the end of our relationship, I stole 200 dollars from our friend and disappeared for 24 hours with her vehicle, until I came back and we screamed at each other. Later she dropped me off at my parents’ house, and I hurled my cellphone at the pavement in the driveway under the oak tree. Its bark bloodied my knuckles, and it felt like some bones might be broken in my hands and wrist. Inside of the house my parents and I screamed before they told me to leave and locked me out. They called the police. I stuck my fist through the window in a door on the front porch and turned the old knob to let myself in. When the cops showed up I was eating a hot dog.
“Put the hot dog down! You are under arrest!”
But it didn’t start out like that for us. The first time we hung out, I took two of those pink elephants, and the Jimi Hendrix coming out of her speakers caused my brains to leak out of my eyes and nose and puddle itself in an awkward Technicolor mess on my shirt. She kept her cool and comforted me as I tried to clean it up. We rode to school every morning after that and knew each other in ways that no one else did. The girl shed tears over my addiction and wrote privately in a journal about how much she loved me when we went out.
After the overdose that I have already told you about and the episode with Stanky, besides the rest of our miserable 18 months together, she had enough. She moved on, and the break up played in my head over and over again. It left a smoldering heap of twisted metal and mental torment like a train wreck of my own emotions and the memories we created together. I staggered. I struggled to breathe. I fell to my knees as images of her smile and the love she once held in her eyes faded away from in front of me like smoke slowly dissipating or the mirage of a desert oasis, I would never reach.
I punched myself in the face until I had two black eyes. I called her 50 times a day. I wrote a poem to tell her how pathetic I was and left it on her windshield in a psychotic spider's web of scotch of tape while she was at work once, but I never got her back. I lost her forever, and I only had myself to blame.
Anyway, that gives you an idea of how things were going for me around the time that Katrina came to town, but I should also tell you about the job my uncle gave me. It was delivering trays of medical instruments and every kind of orthopedic implant to different hospitals for the company representatives and the surgeons they did business with. I disappeared into the ghetto in the middle of a delivery one afternoon and would not answer my phone. Somehow the 70,000 dollars’ worth of medical equipment ended up where it was supposed to go, but I disappeared to my friends’ house that night. In the morning my uncle called to tell me he didn’t want me to give up on life.
My cell phones never had a voice mail message, but if they did, it would have said something like, “Hi, you’ve reached Riley. I’m not able to take your call right now, because I am smoking crack. Leave your name and number, and I’ll be sure to ignore it, until I need something from you. Thanks.” That brings us right up to the account of the hurricanne, because my friends only let me stay with them for a few days before they evacuated. My mom picked me up from their house and took me home to help my dad board up the windows. I stayed with my grandmother and Uncle after that.
The night before Katrina made landfall my cousin and I watched the satellite footage of the huge storm bearing down on the gulf coast just below New Orleans. My uncle had rented hotel rooms for his ex-wife, my cousins, my grandmother and me, and during the storm, the windows cracked on the 21st floor of the Lowes Hotel across from Harrah’s Casino. Raindrops could be seen ripping through the city in the currents of wind pushing through the streets, and the wire and plaster materials used to construct the exterior of other buildings fluttered in the air like pieces of tissue. There seemed to be a kind of divine wrath being poured out onto the city. At least that’s what people were saying, because there had been seven senseless and violent murders in one night just before the storm.
Management fed us and moved us down to the 15th floor to another room, but the water didn’t work. Eventually the storming stopped, and we made phone calls to people we cared about. I tried to call the girl whose house I slept at before she evacuated and was happy to talk to her. After that I called my mom.
“Riley! The levees broke! I need you to come get me from the house and bring me back to the hotel.”
“Okay. Is poppa coming?”
“No. He has too many animals at the clinic. I tried to talk him into it, but I don’t think he will come.”
“Okay. Well I should probably stay with him.”
“Yeah. I think that would be best but come get me and bring me back to the hotel, please.”
My grandmother let me take her Camry to get my mom from the house, and I went up Tchoupitoulas to get there and remember the feeling the houses gave me. They were abandoned and desperate and vulnerable prey to the looters and pillagers running around the city. Once I picked my mother up at the house and headed back to the Lowe’s Hotel down St. Charles, men hung halfway out of cars they did not own and sweated trying to get them started. All storefront windows had holes smashed into them, but everything inside was already gone.
Our dog had puppies during the storm, and my dad told me about how he went outside to see what it was like and got locked out. My mom couldn’t hear him knocking so he was out there for over an hour in the rain and wind. We slept on the roof of the front porch that first night, but somebody at the hotel had given me some Xanax. I had 20 dollars in my pocket and decided that I would sneak out the front of the house and take the Camry to go smoke crack.
He flashed his light on me from the front porch roof as I started the Camry and took off into the dark. No automobiles made any noise in the streets, and not one streetcar ran up or down the tracks. Telephone poles lay on the ground with their power lines tangled in messes of large live oak limbs that covered St. Charles Avenue from one end to the other. It was a dangerous prospect taking off like that into the desolate city in a small car, and it was almost impossible to get the Camry from Palmer Avenue all the way to ghetto by the parish line, but I did it.
When I got to the ghetto by Leake Avenue and Oak everyone in the neighborhood converged in the streets. An atmosphere of panic hovered over us, and they walked around with the energetic fear of bees in a hive worried they would perish. Water came out of the drains and pooled in the streets. There was a man carrying a large box fan on his shoulder in the crowd, and he had the twitch in his walk that I was looking for. I flagged him down, and he ran over to the car.
“What’s up, wodee?”
“Looking for a 20.”
“I got you. Let me put this in the car.”
He put the fan into the back seat of my grandmother’s Camry and took my 20 into a house. Historic buildings across town lay in heaps of ashes smoldering, and other buildings waited to be consumed by fire or looted. A deluge of black water destroyed whole neighborhoods where families once lived and kids once played. Pandemonium swept across the city. Those who remained realized that our beloved New Orleans was drowning, and it looked like the city might never recover even if it survived this catastrophe. I sat in the car waiting for the crack head to come back with my crack rock, and my father sat on the front porch roof of our house wondering if I would come back with the car or get killed trying to smoke crack in the chaos.
I lost the hit in the car before I could smoke it. There was nothing I could do to recover it, so I got out and tried to cut a deal with a guy who desperately needed gas. He said he would help me out, and we tried to siphon gas out of the car, but it didn’t work. Since I tried to help he waved his friend off who followed us around and looked like he had his hand on a pistol in his waistband. When I got back to the house my father gave me a Tylenol PM and begged me to sleep.
In the morning the crack had worn off, and we began to navigate our stay in post Katrina New Orleans. We parked the Camry at his clinic in Jefferson Parish and rode around in the old Landcruiser. Sometimes we picked up the displaced people walking up and down St. Charles and took them to Oschner Hospital. There was one lady who carried a bunch of cat carriers with frizzy, frazzled hair and looked like she had lived her life as a recluse in one of the nearby neighborhoods, but the flood brought her out. When we stopped and asked her if she wanted a ride or needed help she just turned around and walked the other direction. Sometimes we got calls at my dad’s clinic from people who wanted us to break into their houses and rescue their animals, so we did.
At night we tried to sleep outside, because it was so hot. Mosquitoes hung around us in softly humming clouds and bit hard even through sheets drenched in Adam’s Flea and Tick Spray. I tried to cook some steaks over a fire but had caked the seasoned salt on them in the dark so badly that we could barely eat them. There was a silence that filled the air and gave us a dread we had never known about the future of our lives.
The destruction of the city matched the broken emptiness inside of me. It was fitting for me to be there and see it all. Not that either one directly caused the other, but the dire straits of the city mirrored the reality of my own insides. My childhood pediatrician hung himself over the city’s devastation, while my father focused on the litter of puppies our Italian greyhound had to get through it. As if everything happening at the time wasn’t enough stress for him, I gave him hell by smoking crack, stealing money and getting violent.
I found my sister’s Adderall prescription and took the whole thing at once. Then I chugged warm beers we had until I couldn’t talk or sleep, and I smoked crack with a pimply skinned lady and her boyfriend in a crumbling apartment building called the Studio Arms by Oschner Hospital. On the way back home the cops stopped me for being out after curfew but let me go.
We made trips to the house in Orleans Parish during the days and shot the trunk of a magnolia tree with the 9-millimeter out of boredom once. Two members of the National Guard robbed the house while we slept at the clinic. Both were arrested and received dishonorable discharges.
After a month my dad got me a job with a contractor who lived in Harahan, and on our first job we demolished the insides of a man’s house, whose wife had just divorced him and left with his daughters a few weeks before the storm. We carted mildewed art projects made of construction paper and Elmer’s glue and photo albums in wheelbarrows out through the front door and into a dumpster. Every single memory he had of his daughters’ childhoods had fallen under the chalky brown water line a foot below the ceiling. The man sweated and took pictures hoping that his insurance company might pay him for his losses, for the things that have no price. I quit after a week.
Sometime towards the end of our time together in the shambles of a post-Katrina New Orleans my dad got on the phone to help me get the 2300 dollars FEMA gave to survivors of Katrina, and after that I got into it with my dad. It was over something stupid, but I got him in a headlock and rammed the top of his skull into the corner of a doorway behind the clinic. We struggled for a few minutes before we stopped, and he said,
“You attack me like that again, Riley, and I’m gonna shoot you. You hear me?”
I knew he meant it, and he would have been right to do it with the way I acted. It reminded me of the time he told me he wanted to fight me as a teenager but remembered how much he paid for my teeth to be straight. I tore off in the Landcruiser up to Baton Rouge where I stayed with my mom and sisters at my grandmother’s until I could figure out what to do.
Eventually, my mother and I devised the plan for me to go live in California, with my friends who had all moved out to San Francisco and planned to grow weed. They needed another roommate to make it work, so I told them I would be out there soon. My mom bought a ticket, but it would be a week or so before I could fly out. In that last week, my friend stole a car and picked me up in the middle of the night. By the time the sun came up we were trying to buy some crack in the ghetto with a fake 100-dollar bill, but when the dealer wanted the rocks back I rolled onto my back and kicked him in the face and ground his fingers under my heel before he fell out of the back seat. We may have run over him, but we definitely drove into a ditch before we escaped. All the while the kid in the back seat next to me snored and had a strand of drool hanging from his lip to the floor and his head between his legs. My mom had to come get me out of a crack house the morning of my flight to San Francisco, and my father hadn’t talked to me since we’d fought last.
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Small story - what goes up must come down

So at the beginning of this last summer I was in a bad spot. Been using heavily with no break for about a year and a half this run (10 year plus user here IV heroin all in the southeast so ECP raw no stamps) and also had started on methadone about two months before all this but only 60mg/day.
I thought it was bullshit they wouldnt raise my methadone bc I failed all my drug tests but never for benzos just weed meth sometimes coke and dope of course. But starting at 30mg and having to wait two weeks to start the process to raise my dose up 5mg at a time...basically I just never got to dose that made me comfortable - yes my fault for using - but what's a junkie gonna do when he's not well like he should be...especially paying 100 cash a week
Anyways...terrible habit check. Separated from gf of 8 years check. Jobless check. Homeless check.
Literally had a backpack with my clothes in it and I would crash with friends when I could. I live in new orleans so I would run the streets all hours of the nights - developed a taste for meth so everything seemed normal. The speed also turned me into a compulsive poker machine gambler and I had a bad habit of somehow going from broke penniless to hustling up 100s of dollars to broke again from gambling in a couple hours.
I had a lose everything gambling night late Sunday night into Monday morning. Had a little breakdown and had a friend drive me around to detoxes....went to three diff places and got on all their lists but it would take a week to get a bed.
My buddy drops me off at the top of bourbon street. I have no money. I'm getting dopesick. All my possessions which are a bunch of dirty clothes really at this point are in a backpack on my back. I'm dirty I haven't showered in days. Probably been up all weekend, atleast 48 hours no sleep because well I have no bed. The love of my life my fiance isnt speaking to me. I'm tired dirty broke sick heartbroken crashing. I wanted to die. I thought about throwing myself off overpasses or somehow coming up with the probably million dollars id need to do a shot that would kill me.
I wind up bumping into this old man I knew from a couple years ago and he gave me 50 bucks. I went and spent 25 at my dopeman and had to pay him 10 i owed him (owed well over 100 so 10 aint so bad). Then I had 15 bucks. And nothing to lose.
I meet up with this wanna be tranny named after a popular Mexican pop star diva who is basically a dude who just talks and dresses like a chick but will sometimes rock a beard with it all its a trip. He likes me but he knows I dont get down like that but still whines about it so much that I refuse to crash on his couch even when my only other option is a park bench. We have a bond over poker machines and meth. His rent is due and he says he needs 600 or hell be evicted. Lost all his money gambling. He does meth but not like TONS and we get along because I do it moderately as well so it never turns into a tweak bender. We gamble. And its time to do that.
I have 15 bucks and he has maybe ten. In Nola every bar has 2 or 3 video poker machines where u bet from .25 cents to 4 dollars and can win max 2000 dollars with a royal flush. The other games are just chasing a flush or 5 of a kind the whole time. Michelangelo is my favorite. You hit a button 5 cards come up you hold the ones u want and press a button again if u get 5 spades for example a bonus round happens and you win money. Depending on what you bet. Typically lets say u put ten dollars in. You get 40 credits. You bet 2 credits aka 50 cents and you have 20 hands. You really just want a flush so you sit there just hitting the button hoping a flush comes up.
I turn my 15 into a hundred. Loan my friend a few bucks. He loses it. He wants to change bars and try another machine. I'm hesitant but do. We get to the bar and I put 20 in and hit for 650. Woot woot. We go get a meth sack and stash the cash at his place. I loan him a few more dollars and I take 100 or so to the next bar. Its 4am on a Tuesday so we wind up in a gay bar that's open and I get on a machine and hit for 750. TWICE. I let my friend gamble and he makes enough to pay me back and he wins a few hundred as well. We go back to his place its 9am or so at this point we do some more tweak I buy some dope life is good. I have about 1800 at this point and I'm like ok dudes lets go to the casino. He is like no and u better not go blah blah blah.
Harrahs casino is right across the street from bourbon street almost and is nice but I ALWAYS lose my money there. I swear it off every time I leave. I walked there alone. 9am everyone is going about their business all nice looking. I have been up going on 3 days now. I'm haggard looking but smiling.
I get into harrahs and pick a machine and started in on that motherfucker. A chinese themed slot machine where as you bet a bowl of fortune cookies fills up and when it does you hit a bonus round and you have like 5 levels of prizes from 5 dollars at the bottom to 10500 at the top. After putting 350 in the machine I hit the bonus round and won my first jackpot of 10500. 9400 cash after taxes. I still had 1500 or so from earlier.
Its important to understand my mind state at this time. I was at my bottom just hours before. I mean I wanted to die. I was alone. Strung OUT. I was (and am) at this horrible part of dope addiction no one tells you about where after years and years of this shit u just...don't really get high anymore. It's just staying well. Theres exactly nothing to look forward to. And its sad because you know your chasing a feeling thats long gone. Sure if you detox and then relapse you get high but as soon as you slide into your normal habit its sucks. Staying well becomes a full time job. Hell people I work around and know dont even realise I'm a addict because they never see me seemingly intoxicated. And I am doing big shots of good shit. No itching besides the initial pins n needles. No nods. No euphoria. This is why people start smoking crack and doing other drugs because you may shoot 100 worth of dope but you still feel sober. Pretty much. Sober enough that the pain you are trying to escape from is still right there. Your life is ruined from this thing but now you cant hide anymore. So you start chasing crack. Some people drink. Some tweak. Whatever. Make room for another monkey. Theres always room for more.
So here I am with over 10 grand. Theres so much I want to do. I'm homeless. Needing clothes. Need everything. The first thing I do is rub it in everyones face who gave me shit for gambling all those times I lost it all. I had to reach out to my girl. We split majorly because id do some speed at work and when id get off at 3 id be drawn to the poker machine and instead of being on my way home id spend all my money. That happened a lot. Id win half the time tho. Usually doubling what money i started with.
I gave the money to my friend who drove me to try and get into detox. Real religious no drugs kinda guy. Not smart to be walking around with all that.
I needed housing. To pay a ticket to have my license back. I needed to pay a lawyer out of state to pick up a 3 year old 4 count heroin sales charge I was running from. I wanted to get clean. I wanted to do crazy shit like buy an oz of raw and some hookers and stay at the Ritz and blah blah. But I made my friend hold it all, only getting a few hundo at a time as I needed it.
I spent 5k in the first week and he gave me all my money back because he was tired of me showinf up 5x a day to blow my money a few hundred at a time.
I saw the dark side of people I thought were my friends. Not like brother type friends but my boys id run the streets with. Everyone wanted a piece. They all expected something.
Exactly 7 days after I won the money I walked into harrahs again with 3500 on me and within 30 mins security pounced on me and arrested me for my out of state warrant. When I won the jackpot I had to sign a tax form and I'm sure it showed I was wanted. The next time I came and signed in they were right on me.
Now I'm sitting in OPP with no bond facing extradition. Coming off a heroic binge and the methadone was still in my system. After 16 days NC came and picked me up and that's a whole nother story but still sick I was shackled hands and feet in the back of a van with 9 other dudes for 3 days at a time TWICE. Finally get to NC and wound up basically beating my case. Plead to a misd and time served after 60 days.
When you are up. Your up. When your down it hurts. But every dog has his day. Just know if you are suffering today eventually your gonna swing back up.
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Tahoe Summer 2018 Event Calendar

A lot is going on in Tahoe during the summer, so here’s a continuously updated listing of events happening around the lake! Feel free to comment below with any updates, I will periodically edit the post with new events that folks send me. See revision notes at the bottom of this post.
Things not included: shows that happen every week all year around (like the Improv at Harvey’s or the Magic Fusion at The Loft), free weekly shows at venues like the CBC and Alibi Truckee (check their event calendars for those!), and children’s camps/classes. I reserve the right to not include every event folks send; a truly comprehensive list would quickly become useless with too many items on it, so I will be a little selective.

Popular Venues

Name Address
Alibi Ale Works Truckee Public House 10069 Bridge St. Truckee, CA 96161
Crystal Bay Club (CBC) 14 NV 28, Crystal Bay, NV 89402
Hard Rock Hotel & Casino 50 US 50, Stateline, NV 89449
Harrah’s Lake Tahoe 15 US 50, Stateline, NV 89449
Harvey’s Lake Tahoe 18 US 50, Stateline, NV 89449
Heavenly California Lodge 3860 Saddle Rd, South Lake Tahoe, CA 96150
Kirkwood Mountain Resort 1501 Kirkwood Meadows Dr, Kirkwood, CA 95646
Lake Tahoe AleWorX 2050 Lake Tahoe Blvd, South Lake Tahoe, CA 96150
The Loft Theater 1001 Heavenly Village Way, South Lake Tahoe, CA 96150
Montbleu 55 US 50, Stateline, NV 89449
Northstar California Resort 5001 Northstar Dr, Truckee, CA 96161
Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival (Sand Harbor) 2005 NV 28, Incline Village, NV
South Lake Brewing 1920 Lake Tahoe Blvd, South Lake Tahoe, CA 96150
Squaw Valley Resort 1960 Squaw Valley Rd, Olympic Valley, CA 96146
Whiskey Dick’s 2660 Lake Tahoe Blvd, South Lake Tahoe, CA 96150

Repeating Events

Event Dates Location
Concerts at Commons Beach Every Sunday, starting June 17 Tahoe City - Commons Beach
Live at Lakeview Every Thursday, starting June 21 South Lake Tahoe - Lakeview Commons (El Dorado Beach)
Music on the Beach Every Friday, starting June 29 Kings Beach State Recreation Area
Beehive - The 60s Musical Various, starting July 6 Sand Harbor
Macbeth Various, starting July 13 Sand Harbor


Date Event Location
19 The Novelists Alibi Ale Works Truckee Public House
19 The Head and the Heart Harrah’s
19 50 Dates in 50 States Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
19 Keep Tahoe Blue - Snapshot Day Lake Tahoe Community College
19 Lou Gramm (founding member of Foreigner) Montbleu
24 Cyclepaths’ Summer Kick Off Party + Movie Premiere Alibi Ale Works Truckee Public House
24 Sharkmouth Alibi Ale Works Truckee Public House
24 Lake Tahoe’s Reggae Spring Splash Featuring: Steel Pulse Montbleu
25 Last Friday DJ Series feat. DJ Disco Terrorist Alibi Ale Works Truckee Public House
25-26 South Lake Brewing 2nd Anniversary Party South Lake Brewing
26 Bob Newhart Harrah’s
26 Femmes of Rock Starring Bella Electric Strings Montbleu
26-27 Made in Tahoe Festival Squaw Valley
27 Trevor Hall with Tim Snider Crystal Bay Club


Date Event Location
2 Tahoe Brewfest Heavenly California Lodge
2 Tahoe Brewfest After Party The Loft
2 Lake Street Dive Montbleu
2 Keep Tahoe Blue - Tahoe City Beach Cleanup Tahoe City - Commons Beach
3 Omg Fun Run! Meyer’s Community
9 The Monkees Harrah’s
9 Hot August Nights at Squaw Valley Squaw Valley
9 Keep Tahoe Blue - Tahoe Forest Stewardship Day Spring Upper Truckee River
16 Slightly Stoopid Harvey’s Outdoor Arena
16 Soulcirque Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
16 Rock Tahoe Half Marathon Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
21 Trampled by Turtles Montbleu
22 Comedy Cage Match Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
23 Robert Plant and the Sensational Space Shifters Harvey’s Outdoor Arena
29 Maximono The Loft
30 Margaret Cho Montbleu


Date Event Location
3 Kenny Chesney Harvey’s Outdoor Arena
5 Keep Tahoe Red, White, and Blue Beach Cleanup Various beaches
7 Zepparella “All Female Tribute to Led Zeppelin” Crystal Bay Club
7 Alt-Rock Reload Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
7 Beerfest & Bluegrass Festival Northstar California Resort
13 Evening with Pitbull Harvey’s Outdoor Arena
13 Katchafire Montbleu
14 Eric Johnson Crystal Bay Club
14-15 Art, Wine & Music Festival Squaw Valley
16 Reno Philharmonic: Remember When Rock Was Young - The Elton John Tribute Sand Harbor
17-18 The Infamous Stringdusters Harrah’s
17-18 Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe Montbleu
17-18 Phish Harvey’s Outdoor Arena
19-22 Wanderlust Festival Squaw Valley
20 Melissa Etheridge Montbleu
21 Tainted Love Crystal Bay Club
21-22 Keith Urban Harvey’s Outdoor Arena
23 Sierra Nevada Ballet: A Midsummer Night’s Dream – The Ballet Sand Harbor
25 Luke Bryan Harvey’s Outdoor Arena
26 Chris Stapleton Harvey’s Outdoor Arena
28 The Decemberists Montbleu
28 Bikes & Brews Kirkwood Mountain Resort
30 Reno Jazz Orchestra: New Orleans, A Night in the Big Easy Sand Harbor


Date Event Location
3 ZoSo “The Ultimate Led Zeppelin Experience” Crystal Bay Club
3 The Temptations Montbleu
4 Matisyahu Montbleu
4 Ice Cube Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
6 Reno Philharmonic: Bravo on The Beach: Best of Broadway Sand Harbor
9 Florence and the Machine Harvey’s Outdoor Arena
10 “Brews, Jazz and Funk Pre Party” ft. The Floozies w/ Big Sam’s Funky Nation Crystal Bay Club
10 Janet Jackson Harvey’s Outdoor Arena
11 Papa Roach Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
11-12 Brews, Jazz and Funk Fest Squaw Valley
12 Bloody Mary Competition Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
12 Amy Schumer & Friends Harvey’s Outdoor Arena
13 Super Diamond: The Neil Diamond Tribute Sand Harbor
17 Steve Miller Band and Peter Frampton Harvey’s Outdoor Arena
18 Petty Theft “Tribute to Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers” Crystal Bay Club
18 Charlie Puth with Hailee Steinfeld Harvey’s Outdoor Arena
18 BB King’s Blues Band Montbleu
20 Mindi Abair & The Boneshakers: A Powerhouse Sax and Detroit Funk/Rock Concert Sand Harbor
22 Nahko and Medicine for the People w/ Xiuhtezcatl Crystal Bay Club
24 Evening with Donny & Marie Harvey’s Outdoor Arena
31 Scorpions and Queensrÿche Harvey’s Outdoor Arena


Date Event Location
1 Reno Jazz Orchestra: An Evening with Tierney Sutton Sand Harbor
1 Foam Fest Squaw Valley
2 Alpen Wine Fest Squaw Valley
7 Dave Matthews Band Harvey’s Outdoor Arena
7 Guitar Strings vs. Chicken Wings Squaw Valley
13 Galactic Crystal Bay Club
21-22 Thunder from Down Under Harrah’s
22 Oktoberfest Squaw Valley
29 Oktoberfest Tahoe City

Revision History

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Concerts/Bands list

Concerts/Bands list
My list of all of the concerts/bands that I've seen to date. I have forgotten about some of the local bands or some of the dates for a couple of the earlier show, so when I remember what they are I'll add to my list.

Louisville – The Palace (8 November 1997)
Jars of Clay

Lexington – Z-Fest @ The Red Mile Racetrack (30 August 1998)
Third Eye Blind
Better Than Ezra
Tripping Daisy
Far Too Jones
Stretch Princess

Winchester, KY – (July 1999)
Smalltown Poets

Williamsburg, KY Cumberland College (30 August 1999)
Caedmon's Call w/ Keith Rodgers
Jill Phillips
Bebo Norman

Atlanta – On the Bricks (08 June 2001)
Better Than Ezra

Knoxville - Blue Cats (11 August 2002)
Lost Prophets

Knoxville - Blue Cats (04 September 2002)

Atlanta – 99X Big Day Out (28 September 2002)
Stone Temple Pilots
Stone Sour
Filter (didn't perform)
Sum 41
TRUST company
30 Seconds To Mars
Fozzy w/ Chris Jerico
The Roots
New Found Glory

Knoxville - Blue Cats (27 November 2002)
30 Seconds To Mars
10 Years

Knoxville – Blue Cats (19 January 2003)
Breaking Benjamin
Brand New Sin

Chattanooga – The Bay (07 February 2003)
TRUST company

Louisville – Jillian's (18 February 2003)
Sum 41
Authority Zero
No Use For A Name
The Starting Line

Cincinnati – Bogarts (28 February 2003)

Richmond, KY – EKU (23 April 2003)
3 Doors Down
Theory of A Deadman
12 Stones

Knoxville Civic Coliseum (30 April 2003)
Breaking Benjamin

Columbus - Summer Sanitarium Tour (19 July 2003)
Limp Bizkit
Linkin Park

Charlotte – 106.5 WEND - The End of Summer Weenie Roast 9 (05 October 2003)
Eve 6
Three Days Grace
Kill Hannah
Story of the Year

Knoxville - Blue Cats (23 September 2003)
Knoxville – Blue Cats (9 November 2003)
Andrew W.K.
Die Trying

Lexington – Rupp Arena/Meteroa Tour (01 March 2004)
Linkin Park
Story of the Year

Knoxville – Blue Cats (19 March 2004)

Cincinnati – Bogarts (20 March 2004)
Three Days Grace
Apartment 26

Knoxville – Blue Cats (31 March 2004)
Breaking Benjamin

Knoxville – Blue Cats (25 May 2004)

Knoxville – Blue Cats (14 July 2004)
Drowning Pool

Knoxville – Blue Cats (17 August 2004)
Breaking Benjamin

Lexington – The Avio (21 September 2004)
Breaking Benjamin
Black Stone Cherry

Cincinnati – U.S. Bank Arena (7 November 2004)
Velvet Revolver
The Datsuns

Knoxville – Blue Cats (21 November 2004)
Papa Roach

Cincinnati – Bogarts (27 November 2004)

Cincinnati – Bogarts/Winterfresh Snocore Tour (15 February 2005)
Future Leaders of the World

Knoxville – Blue Cats (01 June 2005)
No Address

Knoxville – Blue Cats (27 June 2005)
Theory of A Deadman
Breaking Point

Louisville – Cardinal Stadium (20 August 2005)
Dark New Day

Knoxville – Blue Cats (15 September 2005)
30 Seconds To Mars

Lexington – Kentucky Theater (19 October 2005)
Breaking Benjamin
Smile Empty Soul
Circle 4

Knoxville Knoxville Civic Coliseum/Jagermeister Tour (02 May 2006)
Three Days Grace
Straight Line Stitch

Cincinnati – Bogarts (04 August 2006)
Breaking Benjamin
Evans Blue
Dropping Daylight

Louisville Louisville Gardens (27 March 2007)
Finger Eleven

Knoxville Knoxville Civic Coliseum (05 June 2007)
Three Days Grace
Breaking Benjamin
Puddle of Mudd

Cincinnati – U.S. Bank Arena (29 June 2007)

Lexington – A1A (21 August 2007)
12 Stones
Lucid Grey

Corbin - Southeastern Kentucky Agricultural/Expo Center (22 July 2009)
Lo Pro

Lexington – Buster's Billiards & Backroom (9 December 2011)
Zoso (The Ultimate Led Zeppelin Experience)

Knoxville – The Valarium (27 April 2012)
Zoso (The Ultimate Led Zeppelin Experience)

New Orleans - Harrah’s Casino Theater11th Annual Ezra Open CharityShow
Streamed live on (7 September 2012)
Better Than Ezra with special appearance from Emerson Hart of Tonic
Marc Broussard
Tyler Bryant

Lexington - Rupp Arena (16 February 2013)
Three Days Grace w/ Matt Walst of My Darkest Days as lead vocals

Louisville - The Palace (10 May 2013)

Knoxville – Blackstock (7 September 2013)
Zoso (The Ultimate Led Zeppelin Experience)

Cincinnati - Riverbend (6 July 2014)
Motley Crue
Alice Cooper

Knoxville - The International (5 July 2015)
Breaking Benjamin (acoustic show)

Louisville - Louder Than Life ( 3 and 4 October 2015)
Saturday Line-Up
Romantic Rebel show cancelled due to rain
Jelly Roll show cancelled due to rain
Raveneye show cancelled due to rain
Cilver show cancelled due to rain
Art of Dying show cancelled due to rain
Butcher Babies
Red Sun Rising
Like A Storm
Saint Asonia
Hollywood Undead
Bring Me The Horizon
Rob Zombie

Sunday Line-Up
Whiskey Myers
Goodbye June
The Color Morale
All Them Witches
Tyler Bryant & The Shakedown
We Are Harlot
Nothing More
Glorious Sons
10 Years
Kentucky Headhunters
Skid Row
Collective Soul
Black Stone Cherry
Three Doors Down
Breaking Benjamin
We Came As Romans
Slash featuring Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators
Lynyrd Skynyrd
ZZ Top

Dallas - House of Blues (29 December 2015)Live Nation and Yahoo (free live streaming concert)
Better Than Ezra

Columbus - Rock on the Range (19, 20 and 21 May 2017)

Friday, May 19
Soundgarden - Chris Cornell TributeLIVE
Pierce The Veil
Sum 41
Of Mice & Men
Norma Jean
Motionless In White
The Amity
Red Fang
I Prevail
Cover Your Tracks
Goodbye June

Saturday, May 20
The Offspring
Coheed and Cambria
Taking Back Sunday
In Flames
Papa Roach
The Story So Far
Alter Bridge
Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes
Fire From The Gods
One Less Reason

Sunday, May 21
Amon Amarth
The Dillinger Escape Plan
The Pretty Reckless
Suicide Silence
Zakk Sabbath
Biffy Clyro
Every Time I Die
Dinosaur Pile-Up
Nothing More
Wage War
Rival Sons
Royal Republic
As Lions
Mother Feather

Nashville - The End (13 October 2017)
Royal Thunder
Brother Hawk
Holy Mountain Top Removers

Knoxville - The Mill and Mine (8 March 2019)
Get The Led Out

Cincinnati - Riverbend Music Center (7 August 2019)
Breaking Benjamin
Three Days Grace

Louisville - Louder Than Life (27, 28, and 29 September 2019)
Friday, Sept. 27
Rob Zombie
A Day to Remember
I Prevail
Motionless In White
Phillip H. Anselmo & The Illegals
The Crystal Method
New Years Day
All Them Witches
Crown Lands
Dead Posey
Santa Cruz

Saturday, Sept. 28
Guns N' Roses
Ice Cube
Dropkick Murphys
Stone Temple Pilots
Suicidal Tendancies
Andrew W.K.
Knocked Loose
Redd Kross
Parlor Mob
Amigo the Devil
Like A Storm
Jelly Roll
Dirty Honey
The Pink Slips

Sunday, Sept. 29
Rob Zombie
Marilyn Manson
Breaking Benjamin
Three Days Grace
Sum 41
In This Moment
Deadland Ritual
White Reaper
Demon Hunter
Angle Du$t
Sick Puppies
Fire From The Gods
Anemic Royalty
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MLG $250k Finals Q&A

Hey everyone, I wanted to do a Q&A for our finals event being held on October 16-18 in New Orleans. Below is some information and I'll stop back in later this afternoon to answer questions!
Early bird prices will be extended until August 9th! Buy now and save $$
The City will sell out, book soon!
Championship Sunday will be played in the New Orleans Theater located 2 escalators up from the main show floor. It will be amazing :)
The venue is located next to River Walk, Harrahs Casino, and Bourbon Street. There will be plenty to do before and after the event!
New Orleans will be our biggest event in MLG history, I hope to see you guys there :)
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Update on New Orleans Pipe Show October 3rd 2015

Just a quick update, the website will be done before the end of the month but we have finalized the location. Harrah's Casino New Orleans:
The New Orleans Pipe And Tobacco Club is excited to announce the 1st Annual New Orleans Pipe Show.
The show will be held in the Masquerade Night Club, located inside Harrahs Casino.
Smoking is allowed in the casino and throughout the show. There will be a fully staffed bar and flat screen TVs
showing all the days football games.
Exhibitor Tables are $125 and set-up is from 7:00 AM - 8:45 AM
Doors open to the public at 9:00 AM.
Silent Auction runs from 11:00 AM - 3:00PM
So there ya have it, preliminary information!
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Halftime Show at Pelicans vs Bucks Game

Hey guys as a disclaimer I am not a Pelicans fan or from New Orleans. I'm visiting a college and went to the game last night with my dad just for fun. I'm sure this isn't the usual post here, but was anyone else at the game last night?
At games they do a halftime show sponsored by Harrah's the casino and a fan is brought down to spin a wheel with various prizes ranging from $5,000 to a Vegas vacation.
When the guy spun the wheel and got a "Nola Staycation" his expression was one of the funniest reactions I've ever seen in person. Was anyone else there and saw that?
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All of the MPAA/CARA-rated films of 2009 (out of the 7,004 films released worldwide that year.)

  1. Aussie + Ted’s Great Adventure (Director: Shuki Levy)
  2. Bomb! (Director: Antonio de Santos)
  3. Curious George II: Follow That Monkey! (Director: Norton Virgien)
  4. Hachi: A Dog’s Tale (Director: Lasse Hallström)
  5. Hannah Montana: The Movie (Director: Peter Chelsom)
  6. Jack And The Beanstalk (Director: Gary J. Tunnicliffe)
  7. Kikkerdril (Director: Simone van Dusseldorp)
  8. Mandie + The Secret Tunnel (Directors: Joy Chapman + Owen Smith)
  9. Opposite Day (Director: R. Michael Givens)
  10. Pelle Politibil går i vannet (Rasmus A. Sivertsen)
  11. Sam Steele and the Junior Detective Agency (Director: Tom Whitus)
  12. The Legacy (Director: Bernard Émond)
  13. The Mighty Macs (Director: Tim Chambers)
  14. The Princess And The Frog (Directors: Ron Clements + John Musker)
  15. The Strawberry Shortcake Movie: Sky's the Limit (Directors: David Mucci Fassett + Michael Hack)
  16. The True Story Of Puss ‘N Boots (Directors: Jérôme Deschamps, Pascal Hérold + Macha Makeïeff)
  17. The Velveteen Rabbit (Director: Michael Landon, Jr.)
  18. The Wild Stallion (Director: Craig Clyde)
  19. Tinker Bell And The Lost Treasure (Director: Klay Hall)
  20. Trail Of The Panda (Director: Zhong Yu)
  1. A Christmas Carol (Director: Robert Zemeckis)
  2. A Little Bit Of Faith (Director: Tiana Hailey)
  3. A Shine Of Rainbows (Director: Vic Sarin)
  4. Adam (Director: Joseph Minasi)
  5. Alabama Moon (Director: Tim McCanlies)
  6. Alien Trespass (Director: R.W. Goodwin)
  7. Aliens In The Attic (Director: John Schultz)
  8. Alvin + The Chipmunks: The Squeakquel (Director: Betty Thomas)
  9. Amargura (Director: Antonio de Santos)
  10. Amelia (Director: Mira Nair)
  11. Arthur and the Revenge of Maltazard (Director: Luc Besson)
  12. Astro Boy (Director: David Bowers)
  13. Babysitters Beware (Director: Douglas Horn)
  14. Bandslam (Director: Todd Graff)
  15. Bigfoot (Director: Kevin Tenney)
  16. Bride Wars (Director: Gary Winick)
  17. Bright Star (Director: Jane Campion)
  18. Broken Hill (Director: Dagen Merrill)
  19. C Me Dance (Director: Greg Robbins)
  20. Cairo Time (Director: Ruba Nadda)
  21. Call Of The Wild (Director: Richard Gabai)
  22. Cayman Went (Director: Bobby Sheehan)
  23. Christmas Angel (Director: Brian Brough)
  24. Christmas In Beverly Hills (Director: Neri Parenti)
  25. Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs (Directors: Phil Lord + Christopher Miller)
  26. Confessions Of A Shopaholic (Director: P.J. Hogan)
  27. Coraline (Director: Henry Selick)
  28. Coyote County Loser (Director: Jason Naumann)
  29. Disco Cops: The Movie (Director: Tanner Robbins)
  30. Dragonball: Evolution (Director: James Wong)
  31. Earthwork (Director: Chris Ordal)
  32. Faces (Director: Thomas R. Dickens)
  33. Fame (Director: Kevin Tancharoen)
  34. Fantastic Mr. Fox (Director: Wes Anderson)
  35. From Time To Time (Director: Julian Fellowes)
  36. G-Force (Director: Hoyt Yeatman)
  37. A Ted Named Gooby (Gooby) (Director: Wilson Coneybeare)
  38. Harry Potter + The Half-Blood Prince (Director: David Yates)
  39. Heiran (Director: Shalizeh Arefpoor)
  40. Hiroshima (Director: Pablo Stoll)
  41. Hotel For Dogs (Director: Thor Freudenthal)
  42. Ice Age: Dawn Of The Dinosaurs (Directors: Carlos Saldanha + Mike Thurmeier)
  43. If God Wants (Director: Arthur Diennet)
  44. Jump (Director: Stephen Fung)
  45. Little Hercules (in 3-D) (Director: Mohamed Khashoggi)
  46. Looking For Jackie (Directors: Gangliang Fang + Ping Jiang)
  47. Lost In The Woods (Director: Jim Wynorski)
  48. Luke And Lucy: The Texas Rangers (Directors: Wim Bien + Mark Mertens)
  49. Mao’s Last Dancer (Director: Bruce Beresford)
  50. Minor Details (Director: John Lyde)
  51. Monsters vs. Aliens (Directors: Rob Letterman + Conrad Vernon)
  52. Nativity! (Director: Debbie Isitt)
  53. New In Town (Director: Jonas Elmer)
  54. Night At The Museum: Battle Of The Smithsonian (Director: Shawn Levy)
  55. Old Dogs (Director: Walt Becker)
  56. One Good Man (Director: Christian Vuissa)
  57. Party Time: The Movie (Director: Juanma Fernández-Paris)
  58. Paul Blart: Mall Cop (Director: Steve Carr)
  59. Pedro (Director: undisclosed)
  60. Planet 51 (Directors: Jorge Blanco, Javier Abad + Marcos Martínez)
  61. Princess Kaiulani (Director: Marc Forby)
  62. Race To Witch Mountain (Director: Andy Fickman)
  63. Raising Kayn (Director: Colton Tran)
  64. Right Hand Drive (Director: Mark Kalbskopf)
  65. Seafoam + Salmon (Director: Sarah Kim)
  66. Shadows Of The Past (Director: Warren Ryan)
  67. Shannon’s Rainbow (Director: Frank E. Johnson)
  68. Shorts (Director: Robert Rodriguez)
  69. Silent Nights (Director: Tom Poehlmann)
  70. Sticky Fingers (Director: Ken Scott)
  71. Summer Wars (Director: Mamoru Hosoda)
  72. Super Capers: The Origins of Ed and the Missing Bullion (Director: Ray Griggs)
  73. The Bee (Director: David Rountree)
  74. The Dolphin: Story Of A Dreamer (Director: Eduardo Schuldt)
  75. The Last Passport (Directors: Kent Smith + David Temple)
  76. The Lightkeepers (Director: Daniel Adams)
  77. The Lost + Found Family (Director: Barnet Bain)
  78. The Perfect Game (Director: William Dear)
  79. The Pink Panther II (Director: Harald Zwart)
  80. The Prodigy (Director: Robert D. Hanna)
  81. The Search (Director: Perna Tseden)
  82. The Stinkville Monster (Director: Tony Trombo)
  83. The Three Investigators and the Secret of Terror Castle (Director: Florian Baxmeyer)
  84. The Young Victoria (Director: Jean-Marc Vallée)
  85. Toys In The Attic (Directors: Jirí Barta + Vivian Schilling)
  86. Up (Director: Pete Docter + Bob Peterson)
  87. When North Winds Blow (Director: James M. De Vince)
  88. Where The Wild Things Are (Director: Spike Jonze)
  89. Wild Grass (Director: Alain Resnais)
  1. 12 Rounds (Director: Renny Harlin)
  2. 17 Again (Director: Burr Steers)
  3. 2012 (Director: Roland Emmerich)
  4. 3 Idiots (Director: Rajkumar Hirani)
  5. (500) Days Of Summer (Director: Marc Webb)
  6. 9 (Director: Shane Acker)
  7. A Secret Promise (Director: Fred Manocherian)
  8. A Serious Man (Director: Joel Coen)
  9. According To Greta (Director: Nancy Bardawil)
  10. Adam (Director: Max Mayer)
  11. After Last Season (Director: Mark Region)
  12. All About Steve (Director: Phil Traill)
  13. All Ages Night (Director: Nancy Montuori Stein)
  14. All For Liberty (Director: Chris Weatherhead)
  15. All’s Faire In Love (Director: Scott Marshall)
  16. Amor y Frijoles (Directors: Mathew Kodath + Hernan Pereira)
  17. Amreeka (Director: Cherien Dabis)
  18. An Education (Director: Lone Scherfig)
  19. Angels + Demons (Director: Ron Howard)
  20. Armored (Director: Nimród Antal)
  21. Avatar (Director: James Cameron)
  22. B-Girl (Director: Emily Dell)
  23. Better The Devil You Know (Director: Greg Augustine)
  24. Beyond A Reasonable Doubt (Director: Peter Hyams)
  25. Black Sheep (Director: Humberto Hinojosa Ozcariz)
  26. Black + Blue (Director: Jill Maxcy)
  27. Bounty (Director: Jared Isham)
  28. Bran Nue Dae (Director: Rachel Perkins)
  29. Carriers (Directors: David Pastor + Àlex Pastor)
  30. Chandni Chowk To China (Director: Nikkhil Advani)
  31. Cirque du Freak: The Vampire's Assistant (Director: Paul Weitz)
  32. City Island (Director: Raymond De Felitta)
  33. Coco Before Chanel (Director: Anne Fontaine)
  34. Cold Souls (Director: Sophie Barthes)
  35. Couples Retreat (Director: Peter Billingsley)
  36. Creation (Director: Jon Amiel)
  37. Dance Flick (Director: Damien Dante Wayans)
  38. Dear Lemon Lima (Director: Suzi Yoonessi)
  39. Did You Hear About The Morgans? (Director: Marc Lawrence)
  40. Drag Me To Hell (Director: Sam Raimi)
  41. Dragon Hunter (Director: Stephen Shimek)
  42. Duplicity (Director: Tony Gilroy)
  43. Echelon Conspiracy (Director: Greg Marcks)
  44. Endgame (Director Pete Travis)
  45. Everybody’s Fine (Director: Kirk Jones)
  46. Fanboys (Director: Kyle Newman)
  47. Farzaneh (Director: David Brokhim)
  48. Fast + Furious (Director: Justin Lin)
  49. Father And Guns (Director: Émile Gaudreault)
  50. Fighting (Director: Dito Montiel)
  51. Fire From Below (Directors: Andrew Stevens + Jim Wynorski)
  52. Fired Up! (Director: Will Gluck)
  53. Flying By (Director: Jim Amatulli)
  54. For Sale By Owner (Director: Robert J. Wilson)
  55. Forget (Director: Jacob Landis-Eigsti)
  56. Frequently Asked Questions About Time Travel (Director: Gareth Carrivick)
  57. From Mexico With Love (Director: Jimmy Nickerson)
  58. G.I. Joe: The Rise Of Cobra (Director: Stephen Sommers)
  59. Gentlemen Broncos (Director: Jared Hess)
  60. Get Low (Director: Aaron Schneider)
  61. Ghosts Of Girlfriends Past (Director: Mark Waters)
  62. God Send Me A Man (Directors: Emmbre Perry + Curtis Von)
  63. God, Me...HIV? One Man Show (Directors: Devin T. Robinson + Darien F. Rodriguez)
  64. Grilling Bobby Hicks (Director: Tommy Wood)
  65. H2O Extreme (Director: William Scharpf)
  66. He’s Just Not That Into You (Director: Ken Kwapis)
  67. Hell’s Fury: Wanted Dead Or Alive (Director: Alan Chan)
  68. HER (Directors: Tyrone Tann + Omega Kayne)
  69. Hillbilly Bob Zombie (Director: Ray Basham)
  70. Hurricane Season (Director: Tim Story)
  71. I Can Do Bad All By Myself (Director: Tyler Perry)
  72. I Hate Valentine’s Day (Director: Nia Vardalos)
  73. I Love You, Beth Cooper (Director: Chris Columbus)
  74. Imagine That (Director: Karey Kirkpatrick)
  75. Invictus (Director: Clint Eastwood)
  76. Irene In Time (Director: Henry Jaglom)
  77. It’s A Mismatch (Director: Ajmal Zaheer Ahmad)
  78. Julie + Julia (Director: Nora Ephron)
  79. Karma Calling (Director: Sarba Das)
  80. Knowing (Director: Alex Proyas)
  81. Labor Pains (Director: Lara Shapiro)
  82. Land Of The Lost (Director: Brad Silberling)
  83. Like Dandelion Dust (Director: Jon Gunn)
  84. Love Happens (Director: Brandon Camp)
  85. Love Hurts (Director: Barra Grant)
  86. Love N’ Dancing (Director: Robert Iscove)
  87. Lurking Under Life (Director: William Conrad)
  88. Mack Hanglider (Directors: Mark Macaluso + Peter Macaluso)
  89. Madea Goes To Jail (Director: Tyler Perry)
  90. Mega Diva (Director: Roberto Angel Salcedo)
  91. Mexican Gold (Director: Chuck Walker)
  92. Monster Beach Party (Director: Jay Wade Edwards)
  93. Motherhood (Director: Katherine Dieckmann)
  94. My Life In Ruins (Director: Donald Petrie)
  95. My One And Only (Director: Richard Loncraine)
  96. My Sister’s Keeper (Director: Nick Cassavetes)
  97. Nine (Director: Rob Marshall)
  98. Ninja Masters (Director: Xin Xin Xiong)
  99. No Greater Love (Director: Brad J. Silverman)
  100. Nobody (Director: Rob Perez)
  101. Not Easily Broken (Director: Bill Duke)
  102. Not Since You (Director: Jeff Stephenson)
  103. Nowhere To Hide (Director: John Murlowski)
  104. Obsessed (Director: Steve Shill)
  105. Ondine (Director: Neil Jordan)
  106. Oy Vey! My Son Is Gay!! (Director: Evgeny Afineevsky)
  107. Palo Pinto Gold (Director: Anthony Henslee)
  108. Paper Heart (Director: Nicholas Jasenovec)
  109. Partners (Director: Peter James Iengo)
  110. Passport To Love (Director: Victor Vu)
  111. Pastor Browne (Director: Rockmond Dunbar)
  112. Pennsylvania Is For Lovers (Director: Mickey Reece)
  113. Play The Game (Director: Marc Fienberg)
  114. Poema de salvación (Director: Brian Dublin)
  115. Poker Run (Director: Julian Higgins)
  116. Post Grad (Director: Vicky Jenson)
  117. Push (Director: Paul McGuigan)
  118. Ripples (Director: Marc Williams)
  119. Rock Slyde (Director: Chris Dowling)
  120. Royal Kill (Director: Babar Ahmed)
  121. Sabotage (Director: Reza Sixo Fafai)
  122. Sherlock Holmes (Director: Guy Ritchie)
  123. Something Blue (Directors: Sean Dillon + Curtis Krick)
  124. Spyware (Director: Grant Richards)
  125. Star Quest (Director: Jon Bonnell)
  126. Star Trek (Director: J.J. Abrams)
  127. State Of Play (Director: Kevin McDonald)
  128. Stay Cool (Director: Michael Polish)
  129. Steppin: The Movie (Director: Michael Taliferro)
  130. Street Fighter: The Legend Of Chun-Li (Director: Andrzej Bartkowiak)
  131. Sugarland (Director: Kenny Fisher)
  132. Surrogates (Director: Jonathan Mostow)
  133. Terminator: Salvation (Director: McG)
  134. That Evening Sun (Director: Scott Teems)
  135. The Blind Side (Director: John Lee Hancock)
  136. The Box (Director: Richard Kelly)
  137. The Boys Are Back (Director: Scott Hicks)
  138. The Break-Up Artist (Director: Steve Woo)
  139. The City Of Your Final Destination (Director: James Ivory)
  140. The Concert (Director: Radu Mihaileanu)
  141. The Deported (Director: Lance Kawas)
  142. The Fourth Kind (Director: Olatunde Osunsanmi)
  143. The Greatest Song (Director: Sarah Poindexter)
  144. The Gun (Director: Julio Alvarez)
  145. The Haunting In Connecticut (Director: Peter Cornwell)
  146. The Hole (Director: Joe Dante)
  147. The Imaginarium Of Doctor Parnassus (Director: Terry Gilliam)
  148. The Indian (Director: Ineke Houtman)
  149. The Invention Of Lying (Directors: Ricky Gervais + Matthew Robinson)
  150. The Jerk Theory (Director: Scott S. Anderson)
  151. The Least Among You (Director: Mark Young)
  152. The Lovely Bones (Director: Peter Jackson)
  153. The Maiden Heist (Director: Peter Hewitt)
  154. The Marc Pease Experience (Director: Todd Louiso)
  155. The New Daughter (Director: Luiso Berdejo)
  156. The Open Road (Director: Michael Meredith)
  157. The Proposal (Director: Anne Fletcher)
  158. The Shortcut (Director: Nicholaus Goossen)
  159. The Six Wives Of Henry Lefay (Director: Howard Michael Gould)
  160. The Smell Of Success (Director: Michael Polish)
  161. The Soloist (Director: Joe Wright)
  162. The Stepfather (Director: Nelson McCormick)
  163. The Storm Warriors (Directors: Danny Pang + Oxide Chun Pang)
  164. The Strip (Director: Jameel Khan)
  165. The Time Traveler’s Wife (Director: Robert Schwentke)
  166. The Twilight Saga: New Moon (Director: Chris Weitz)
  167. The Unborn (Director: David S. Goyer)
  168. The Uninvited (Directors: Charles Guard + Thomas Guard)
  169. The Way (Director: Vladimir Pasichnik)
  170. The Winning Season (Director: Jim Strouse)
  171. The Yankles (Director: David R. Brooks)
  172. To Save A Life (Director: Brian Baugh)
  173. Transformers: Revenge Of The Fallen (Director: Michael Bay)
  174. Under The Mountain (Director: Jonathan King)
  175. Whatever Works (Director: Woody Allen)
  176. Where The Lotus Blooms (Director: Metrey Keo)
  177. Whip It (Director: Drew Barrymore)
  178. White Wedding (Director: Jann Turner)
  179. White On Rice (Director: Dave Boyle)
  180. Wild About Harry (Director: Gwen Wynne)
  181. X-Men Origins: Wolverine (Director: Gavin Hood)
  182. Year One (Director: Harold Ramis)
  183. You Are Not The Father! (Director: Gerron DelValle)
  1. (Untitled) (Director: Jonathan Parker)
  2. 21 + a Wake Up (Director: Chris McIntyre)
  3. 31 North 62 East (Director: Tristan Loraine)
  4. 44 Inch Chest (Director: Malcolm Venville)
  5. A Heavenly Vintage (Director: Niki Caro)
  6. A Perfect Getaway (Director: David Twohy)
  7. A Prophet (Director: Jacques Audiard)
  8. A Single Man (Director: Tom Ford)
  9. A Vampire’s Tale (Director: Drew Cullingham)
  10. A Woman, A Gun + A Noodle Shop (Director: Yimou Zhang)
  11. Accidents Happen (Director: Andrew Lancaster)
  12. Across The Hall (Director: Alex Merkin)
  13. Adopted (Director: Pauly Shore)
  14. Adventureland (Director: Greg Mottola)
  15. After.Life (Director: Agnieszka Wojtowicz-Vosloo)
  16. Against The Current (Director: Peter Callahan)
  17. Agora (Director: Alejandro Amenábar)
  18. Albino Farm (Director: Joe Anderson)
  19. All American Orgy (Director: Andrew Drazek)
  20. Alpha Males Experiment (Knuckle Draggers) (Director: Alex Ranarivelo)
  21. Amar (Director: Jorge Ramírez Suárez)
  22. Amar a morir (Director: Fernando Lebrija)
  23. American Cowslip (Director: Mark David)
  24. American Virgin (Director: Clare Kilner)
  25. Angel Of Death (Director: Paul Etheredge)
  26. Anytown (Director: Dave Rodriguez)
  27. Applause (Director: Martin Zandvliet)
  28. April Showers (Director: Andrew Robinson)
  29. Assault Of The Sasquatch (Director: Andrew Gernhard)
  30. Attack On Darfur (Director: Uwe Boll)
  31. Autumn (Director: Steven Rumbelow)
  32. Away We Go (Director: Sam Mendes)
  33. Baby On Board (Director: Brian Herzlinger)
  34. Bad Lieutenant: Port Of Call - New Orleans (Director: Werner Herzog)
  35. Baja Beach Bums (Director: Patrick Healy)
  36. Balls Out: Gary The Tennis Coach (Director: Danny Leiner)
  37. Bangkok Adrenaline (Director: Raimund Huber)
  38. Bazookas: The Movie (Director: Michael G. Leonard)
  39. Beautiful (Director: Dean O’Flaherty)
  40. Beautiful Kate (Director: Rachel Ward)
  41. Beauty + The Beast (Director: David Lister)
  42. Behaving Badly (Director: Juan Drago)
  43. Big Fan (Director: Robert D. Siegel)
  44. Bitch Slap (Director: Rick Jacobson)
  45. Black (Director: Pierre Laffargue)
  46. Black Dynamite (Director: Scott Sanders)
  47. Blackface Killer (Director: Michael Fredianelli)
  48. Bled (Director: Christopher Hutson)
  49. Blood Creek (Director: Joel Schumacher)
  50. Blood Night: The Legend Of Mary Hatchet (Director: Frank Sabatella)
  51. Blood + Bone (Director: Ben Ramsey)
  52. Blood: The Last Vampire (Director: Chris Nahon)
  53. Bob Funk (Director: Craig Carlisle)
  54. Boogie Woogie (Director: Duncan Ward)
  55. Book Of Blood (Director: John Harrison)
  56. Breaking Point (Director: Jeff Celentano)
  57. Broken Embraces (Director: Pedro Almodóvar)
  58. Brooklyn’s Finest (Director: Antoine Fuqua)
  59. Brother’s War (Director: Jerry Buteyn)
  60. Brotherhood (Director: Nicolo Donato)
  61. Brothers (Director: Jim Sheridan)
  62. Brüno (Director: Larry Charles)
  63. Cabin Fever II: Spring Fever (Director: Ti West)
  64. Calvin Marshall (Director: Gary Lundgren)
  65. Case 39 (Director: Christian Alvart)
  66. Chain Letter (Director: Deon Taylor)
  67. Chaw (Director: Jeong-won Shin)
  68. Chicago Overcoat (Director: Brian Caunter)
  69. Chloe (Director: Atom Egoyan)
  70. Chéri (Director: Stephen Frears)
  71. City Of Life + Death (Director: Chuan Lu)
  72. Clash (Director: Thanh Son Le)
  73. Coco Chanel + Igor Stravinsky (Director: Jan Kounen)
  74. Cold Storage (Director: Tony Elwood)
  75. Command Performance (Director: Dolph Lundgren)
  76. Cornered! (Director: Daniel Maze)
  77. Cracks (Director: Jordan Scott)
  78. Crank: High Voltage (Directors: Mark Neveldine + Brian Taylor)
  79. Crazy Heart (Director: Scott Cooper)
  80. Creature Of Darkness (Director: Mark Stouffer)
  81. Crimes Of The Past (Director: Garrett Bennett)
  82. Crossing Over (Director: Wayne Kramer)
  83. Crush (Directors: Jeffrey Gerritsen + John V. Soto)
  84. Crush (Director: Michelle Fridley)
  85. Cyber Ninja (Director: James Arnett)
  86. Damage (Director: Jeff King)
  87. Damned By Dawn (Director: Brett Anstey)
  88. Dare (Director: Adam Salky)
  89. Dark Country (Director: Thomas Jane)
  90. Dark Fields (Director: Douglas Schulze)
  91. Dark Frontier (Director: Kriv Stenders)
  92. Dark House (Director: Darin Scott)
  93. Dark Moon Rising (Director: Dana Mennie)
  94. Daybreakers (Directors: Michael Spierig + Peter Spierig)
  95. Dead Man Running (Director: Alex De Rakoff)
  96. Deadland (Director: Damon O’Steen)
  97. Deadline (Director: Sean McConville)
  98. Death Warrior (Director: Bill Corcoran)
  99. Deep In The Valley (Director: Christian Forte)
  100. Defendor (Director: Peter Stebbings)
  101. Desert Flower (Director: Sherry Hormann)
  102. Diagnosis: Death (Director: Jason Stutter)
  103. Direct Contact (Director: Danny Lerner)
  104. Dismal (Director: Gary King)
  105. District 13: Ultimatum (Director: Patrick Alessandrin)
  106. District 9 (Director: Neill Blomkamp)
  107. Dolan’s Cadillac (Director: Jeff Beesley)
  108. Don McKay (Director: Jake Goldberger)
  109. Don’t Let Me Down (Director: Cruz Angeles)
  110. Don’t Look Up (Director: Fruit Chan)
  111. Dorian Gray (Director: Oliver Parker)
  112. Double Identity (Director: Dennis Dimster)
  113. Down Terrace (Director: Ben Wheatley)
  114. Down For Life (Director: Alan Jacobs)
  115. Dread (Director: Anthony DiBlasi)
  116. Drifter: Henry Lee Lucas (Director: Michael Feifer)
  117. Elsewhere (Director: Nathan Hope)
  118. End Game (Director: Bruce Koehler)
  119. Endless Bummer (Director: Sam Pillsbury)
  120. Evil Things (Director: Dominic Perez)
  121. Extract (Director: Mike Judge)
  122. Eyeborgs (Director: Richard Clabaugh)
  123. Eyes Of The Woods (Directors: Darrin Reed, F. Miguel Valenti + Mark Villalobos)
  124. Falling Awake (Director: Agustin)
  125. Fatal Secrets (Director: Meir Sharony)
  126. Finding Bliss (Director: Julie Davis)
  127. Fireball (Director: Thanakorn Pongsuwan)
  128. Five Minutes Of Heaven (Director: Oliver Hirschbiegel)
  129. Force Of Five (Director: Krissanapong Rachata)
  130. Forget Me Not (Director: Tyler Oliver)
  131. Formosa Betrayed (Director: Adam Kane)
  132. Four Boxes (Director: Wyatt McDill)
  133. Frankenhood (Director: Blaxwell Smart)
  134. Frat Party (Director: Robert Bennett)
  135. Friday The 13th (Director: Marcus Nispel)
  136. Frozen Kiss (Director: Harry Bromley Davenport)
  137. Funny People (Director: Judd Apatow)
  138. Fury (Director: Liz Lehmann)
  139. Gamer (Directors: Mark Neveldine + Brian Taylor)
  140. Ghost Machine (Director: Chris Hartwill)
  141. Ghost Month (Director: Danny Draven)
  142. Giallo (Director: Dario Argento)
  143. Give ‘em Hell Malone (Director: Russell Mulcahy)
  144. Glorious 39 (Director: Stephen Poliakoff)
  145. Good Guys Finish Last (Director: Riley Wood)
  146. Grace (Director: Paul Solet)
  147. Halloween II (Director: Rob Zombie)
  148. Handsome Harry (Director: Bette Gordon)
  149. Happy Tears (Director: Mitchell Lichtenstein)
  150. Hard Times (Director: Tom Reeve)
  151. Hardwired (Director: Ernie Barbarash)
  152. Harry Brown (Director: Daniel Barber)
  153. Heavy Weight On The Block (Director: F. Terrell Johnson)
  154. Helen (Director: Sandra Nettelbeck)
  155. Hellbinders (Directors: Mitch Gould, Hiro Koda + David Wald)
  156. Heroes (Director: Malcolm Brooks)
  157. Hidden (Director: Pål Øie)
  158. Hierarchy (Director: Michael Fredianelli)
  159. High Life (Director: Gary Yates)
  160. Homecoming (Director: Morgan J. Freeman)
  161. Horsemen (Director: Jonas Åkerlund)
  162. House Broken (Director: Sam Harper)
  163. Humpday (Director: Lynn Shelton)
  164. Hunger (Director: Steven Hentges)
  165. Hurt (Director: Barbara Stepansky)
  166. I Am Love (Director: Luca Guadagnino)
  167. I Do...I Did! (Director: J. Jesses Smith)
  168. I Hope They Serve Beer In Hell (Director: Bob Gosse)
  169. I Love You Phillip Morris (Directors: Glenn Ficarra + John Requa)
  170. I Love You Too (Director: Nerlin Stfleur)
  171. I Love You, Man (Director: John Hamburg)
  172. Ibrahim Labyad (Director: Marwan Hamed)
  173. Ikenhisu: To Kill With One Blow (Director: La’Mard J. WIngster)
  174. Immortally Yours (Director: Joe Tornatore)
  175. In Her Skin (Director: Simone North)
  176. In The Electric Mist (Director: Bertrand Tavernier)
  177. In The Eyes Of A Killer (Director: Louis Mandylor)
  178. InSearchOf (Director: Zeke Zelker)
  179. Infestation (Director: Kyle Rankin)
  180. Ingenious (Director: Jeff Balsmeyer)
  181. Inglourious Basterds (Director: Quentin Tarantino)
  182. Into Temptation (Director: Patrick Coyle)
  183. It’s Complicated (Director: Nancy Meyers)
  184. Jarring (Director: Ivo Raza)
  185. Jennifer’s Body (Director: Karyn Kusama)
  186. Johnny Boy (Directors: Mickey Reece + James Paulsgrove)
  187. Jordan Saffron: Taste This! (Director: Sergio Myers)
  188. Just Another Day (Director: Peter Spirer)
  189. Kicking The Dog (Director: Randy Scooter Lammey)
  190. Kill Peter, Pay Paul (Directors: Kenny Foster + Dustin S. Massie)
  191. Kill Theory (Director: Chris Moore)
  192. Killer View (Director: Brian James O’Connell)
  193. Knife Edge (Director: Anthony Hickox)
  194. Know Thy Enemy (Director: Lee Cipolla)
  195. La Linea (The Line) (Director: James Cotton)
  196. La Mission (Director: Peter Bratt)
  197. La soga (Director: Josh Crook)
  198. Laid To Rest (Director: Robert Hall)
  199. Last Day Of Summer (Director: Vlad Yudin)
  200. Law Abiding Citizen (Director: F. Gary Gray)
  201. Leaves Of Grass (Director: Tim Blake Nelson)
  202. Lebanon (Director: Samuel Maoz)
  203. Legend Of The Bog (Director: Brendan Foley)
  204. Lies + Illusions (Director: Tibor Takács)
  205. Life During Wartime (Director: Todd Solondz)
  206. Life Is Hot In Cracktown (Director: Buddy Giovinazzo)
  207. Little Fish, Strange Pond (Director: Gregory Dark)
  208. Little New York (Director: James DeMonaco)
  209. Lofty Intentions (Director: Gerard Jamroz)
  210. Lost Angels (Director: Justin Voskian)
  211. Love Conquers Paul (Director: Colin Bannon)
  212. Love And Other Impossible Pursuits (Director: Don Roos)
  213. Love At First Hiccup (Director: Barbara Topsøe-Rothenborg)
  214. Loyalty The Movie (Director: Samuel Wheeler III)
  215. Lynch Mob (Director: Byron Conrad Erwin)
  216. Malice In Wonderland (Director: Simon Fellows)
  217. Mandrill (Director: Ernesto Díaz Espinoza)
  218. Maneater (Director: Michael Emanuel)
  219. Manson: My Name Is Evil (Director: Reginald Harkema)
  220. Map Of The Sounds Of Tokyo (Director: Isabel Coixet)
  221. Merantau (Director: Gareth Evans)
  222. Mercy (Director: Patrick Hoelck)
  223. Micmacs (Director: Jean-Pierre Jeunet)
  224. Middle Men (Director: George Gallo)
  225. Midgets vs. Mascots (Director: Ron Carlson)
  226. Miss March (Directors: Zach Cregger + Trevor Moore)
  227. Moon (Director: Duncan Jones)
  228. Mortal Sin (Director: David Von Roehm)
  229. Mother (Director: Bong Joon Ho)
  230. Mother + Child (Director: Rodrigo Garcia)
  231. Mr. Nobody (Director: Jaco Van Dormael)
  232. Mutants (Director: David Morlet)
  233. My Bloody Valentine (in 3-D) (Director: Patrick Lussier)
  234. My Son, My Son, What Have Ye Done? (Director: Werner Herzog)
  235. Mystery Train (Director: Dan Eckman)
  236. Mythical Creatures (Director: Mickey Reece)
  237. Neighbor (Director: Robert A. Masciantonio)
  238. Never Surrender (Director: Hector Echavarria)
  239. New Brooklyn (Director: Christopher Cannucciari)
  240. Next Day Air (Director: Benny Boom)
  241. Night Train (Director: Brian King)
  242. Night Of The Demons (Director: Adam Gierasch)
  243. Ninja (Director: Isaac Florentine)
  244. Ninja Assassin (Director: James McTeigue)
  245. No Boundaries (Directors: Violet Mendoza + Jake Willing)
  246. Not Forgotten (Director: Dror Soref)
  247. Notorious (Director: George Tillman, Jr.)
  248. Nowhere Boy (Director: Sam Taylor-Johnson)
  249. Observe And Report (Director: Jody Hill)
  250. Offspring (Director: Andrew van den Houten)
  251. Open Graves (Director: Álvaro de Armiñán)
  252. Orphan (Director: Jaume Collet-Serra)
  253. Orville (Director: Craig McMahon)
  254. Pandemic (Director: Jason Connery)
  255. Pandorum (Director: Christian Alvart)
  256. Paper Man (Directors: Kieran Mulroney + Michele Mulroney)
  257. Perkins’ 14 (Director: Craig Singer)
  258. Perrier’s Bounty (Director: Ian Fitzgibbon)
  259. Personal Effects (Director: David Hollander)
  260. Pirate Radio (Director: Richard Curtis)
  261. Powder Blue (Director: Timothy Linh Bui)
  262. Precious (Director: Lee Daniels)
  263. Protégé (Directors: Shannon Casto + Michelle Henderson)
  264. Public Enemies (Director: Michael Mann)
  265. Raging Phoenix (Director: Rashane Limtrakul)
  266. Rain Fall (Director: Max Mannix)
  267. Rampage (Director: Uwe Boll)
  268. Ratko: The Dictator’s Son (Directors: Savage Steve Holland + Kevin Speckmaier)
  269. Ready For Not (Director: Sean Doyle)
  270. [rec.] II (Directors: Jaume Balagueró + Paco Plaza)
  271. Red Hook (Director: Elizabeth Lucas)
  272. Red Sands (Director: Alex Turner)
  273. Redemption (Director: Robert Conway)
  274. Revenge: True Story (Director: Berenika Maciejewicz)
  275. Reykjavik Whale Watching Massacre (Director: Júlíus Kemp)
  276. RiffRaff (Director: Justen Naughton)
  277. Robodoc (Director: Stephen Maddocks)
  278. Rough Winds (Director: Andrea Olabarría)
  279. Running On Empty Dreams (Director: Nitara Lee Osbourne)
  280. S. Darko (Director: Chris Fisher)
  281. Saddle Up With Dick Wrangler + Injun Joe (Director: Todd Wolfe)
  282. Saint John Of Las Vegas (Director: Hue Rhodes)
  283. Saving Grace B. Jones (Director: Connie Stevens)
  284. Saw VI (Director: Kevin Greutert)
  285. Serious Moonlight (Director: Cheryl Hines)
  286. Shank (Directors: Simon Pearce + Christian martin)
  287. Shark City (Director: Dan Eisen)
  288. Shattered Focus (Director: Joshua Tolby)
  289. Shinjuku Incident (Director: Tung-Shing Yee)
  290. Shrink (Director: Jonas Pate)
  291. Shroud (Director: David Jetre)
  292. Silent Night, Zombie Night (Director: Sean Cain)
  293. Silent Shame (Director: Juan Frausto)
  294. Sin Nombre (Director: Cary Joji Fukunaga)
  295. Slaughter (Director: Stewart Hopewell)
  296. Slave (Director: Darryn Welch)
  297. Smalltimore (Director: Jeanie M. Clark)
  298. Smile Pretty (Director: Harry Bromley Davenport)
  299. Solitary Man (Directors: Brian Koppelman + David Levien)
  300. Solomon Kane (Director: Michael J. Bassett)
  301. Sorority Row (Director: Stewart Hendler)
  302. Splice (Director: Vincenzo Natali)
  303. Splinterheads (Director: Brant Sersen)
  304. Spooner (Director: Drake Doremus)
  305. Spread (Director: David Mackenzie)
  306. Spring Breakdown (Director: Ryan Shiraki)
  307. Stan Helsing (Director: Bo Zenga)
  308. Stolen (Director: Anders Anderson)
  309. Strangers Online (Director: John Huckert)
  310. Street Boss (Director: Lance Kawas)
  311. Street Dreams (Director: Chris Zamoscianyk)
  312. Streetballers (Director: Matt Krentz)
  313. Stuntmen (Director: Eric Amadio)
  314. Suck (Director: Rob Stefaniuk)
  315. Sugar Boxx (Director: Cody Jarrett)
  316. Summer’s Moon (Director: Lee Demarbre)
  317. Sundo (Director: Topel Lee)
  318. Survival Of The Dead (Director: George A. Romero)
  319. Sutures (Director: Tammi Sutton)
  320. Sway (Director: Sean Ireland)
  321. Sweet Karma (Director: Andrew Thomas Hunt)
  322. Sword Of War (Director: Renzo Martinelli)
  323. Table For Three (Director: Michael Samonek)
  324. Taking Chances (Director: Talmage Cooley)
  325. Taking Woodstock (Director: Ang Lee)
  326. Tanner Hall (Directors: Francesca Gregorini + Tatiana von Furstenberg)
  327. Tell Tale (Director: Michael Cuesta)
  328. Tenderness (Director: John Polson)
  329. Tetro (Director: Francis Ford Coppola)
  330. The 420 Movie (Directors: James Blackburn, Scott Flick, + Robert Nathan Gleason)
  331. The Answer Man (Director: John Hindman)
  332. The Assailant (Director: João Daniel Tikhomiroff)
  333. The Assassin Next Door (Director: Danny Lerner)
  334. The Beacon (Director: Michael Stokes)
  335. The Black Waters Of Echo’s Pond (Director: Gabriel Bologna)
  336. The Bleeding (Director: Charlie Picerni)
  337. The Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day (Director: Troy Duffy)
  338. The Boxer (Director: Thomas Jahn)
  339. The Bridge To Nowhere (Director: Blair Underwood)
  340. The Broken Hearts Club (Director: Angelo Bell)
  341. The Brotherhood V: Alumni (Director: David DeCoteau)
  342. The Buffalo Son (Directors: Colin Davis, Bryan Felber + Sam France)
  343. The Butterfly Effect III: Revelations (Director: Seth Grossman)
  344. The Canyon (Director: Richard Harrah)
  345. The Casino Job (Director: Christopher Robin Hood)
  346. The Collector (Director: Marcus Dunstan)
  347. The Cry Of The Owl (Director: Jamie Thraves)
  348. The Crypt (Director: Craig McMahon)
  349. The Damned United (Director: Tom Hooper)
  350. The Dark Lurking (Director: Gregory Connors)
  351. The Descent: Part II (Director: Jon Harris)
  352. The Devil’s Ground (Director: Michael Bafaro)
  353. The Devil’s Tomb (Director: Jason Connery)
  354. The Director’s Cut (Director: Paul Komadina)
  355. The Disappearance Of Alice Creed (Director: J. Blakeson)
  356. The Donner Party (Director: Terrence Martin)
  357. The Echo Game (Director: Brian Feeney)
  358. The Eclipse (Director: Conor McPherson)
  359. The Fighter (Director: Javier Barbera)
  360. The Final Destination (Director: David R. Ellis)
  361. The Girl Who Kicked The Hornet’s Nest (Director: Daniel Alfredson)
  362. The Girl Who Played With Fire (Director: Daniel Alfredson)
  363. The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo (Director: Niels Arden Oplev)
  364. The Girlfriend Experience (Director: Steven Soderbergh)
  365. The Good Guy (Director: Julio DePietro)
  366. The Good Heart (Director: Dagur Kári)
  367. The Goods: Live Hard, Sell Hard (Director: Neal Brennan)
  368. The Graves (Director: Brian Pulido)
  369. The Greatest (Director: Shana Feste)
  370. The Grudge III (Director: Toby Wilkins)
  371. The Gunslingers (Director: Adam Oxsen)
  372. The Hangover (Director: Todd Phillips)
  373. The Haunting (Director: Elio Quiroga)
  374. The Hiding (Director: Ramon Hamilton)
  375. The Hitmen Diaries: Charlie Valentine (Director: Jesse V. Johnson)
  376. The House Of The Devil (Director: Ti West)
  377. The Human Centipede (First Sequence) (Director: Tom Six)
  378. The Hungry Ghosts (Director: Michael Imperioli)
  379. The Informant! (Director: Steven Soderbergh)
  380. The International (Director: Tom Tykwer)
  381. The Invisible Chronicles (Director: David DeCoteau)
  382. The Janky Promoters (Director: Marcus Raboy)
  383. The Job (Director: Shem Bitterman)
  384. The Joneses (Director: Derrick Borte)
  385. The Keeper (Director: Keoni Waxman)
  386. The Killing Room (Director: Jonathan Liebesman)
  387. The Last House On The Left (Director: Dennis Iliadis)
  388. The Last Resort (Director: Brandon Nutt)
  389. The Last Station (Director: Michael Hoffman)
  390. The Limb Collector (Director: Mark Daniel Foley)
  391. The Limits Of Control (Director: Jim Jarmusch)
  392. The Lodger (Director: David Ondaatje)
  393. The Lost Tribe (Director: Roel Reiné)
  394. The Loved One (Director: Sean Byrne)
  395. The Men Who Stare At Goats (Director: Grant Heslov)
  396. The Messenger (Director: Oren Moverman)
  397. The Ministers (Director: Franc. Reyes)
  398. The Nail: The Story Of Joey Nardone (Director: James Quattrochi)
  399. The Outside (Director: Ari Davis)
  400. The Perfect Age Of Rock ‘n’ Roll (Director: Scott D. Rosenbaum)
  401. The Perfect Sleep (Director: Jeremy Alter)
  402. The Pool Boys (Director: J.B. Rogers)
  403. The Private Lives Of Pippa Lee (Director: Rebecca Miller)
  404. The Rebound (Director: Bart Freundlich)
  405. The Revenant (Director: D. Kerry Prior)
  406. The Road (Director: John Hillcoat)
  407. The Scenesters (Director: Todd Berger)
  408. The Seamstress (Director: Jesse James Miller)
  409. The Secret In Their Eyes (Director: Juan José Campanella)
  410. The Slammin’ Salmon (Director: Kevin Heffernan)
  411. The Steam Experiment (Director: Philippe Martinez)
  412. The Taking Of Pelham 123 (Director: Tony Scott)
  413. The Thaw (Director: Mark A. Lewis)
  414. The Tomb (Director: Michael Staininger)
  415. The Tournament (Director: Scott Mann)
  416. The Truth About Average Guys (Directors: Ken Gayton + Jason W. Schaver)
  417. The Ugly Truth (Director: Robert Luketic)
  418. The Vicious Kind (Director: Lee Toland Krieger)
  419. The Waiting City (Director: Claire McCarthy)
  420. The Way Of War (Director: John Carter)
  421. The White Ribbon (Director: Michael Haneke)
  422. Thick As Thieves (Director: Mimi Leder)
  423. Thirst (Director: Chan-wook Park)
  424. TiMER (Director: Jac Schaeffer)
  425. Tidal Wave (Director: JK Youn)
  426. Today’s Special (Director: David Kaplan)
  427. Tormented (Director: Jon Wright)
  428. Trailer Park Boys: Countdown To Liquor Day (Director: Mike Clattenburg)
  429. Transylmania (Directors: David Hillenbrand + Scott Hillenbrand)
  430. Triage (Director: Danis Tanovic)
  431. Triangle (Director: Christopher Smith)
  432. Tripping Forward (Director: Marcus Nash)
  433. Two (2) Million Stupid Women (Director: Jamie Neese)
  434. Ultimate Heist (Director: Alain Tasma)
  435. Un tigre en la cama (Director: Rafael Montero)
  436. Underworld: Rise Of The Lycans (Director: Patrick Tatopoulos)
  437. Universal Soldier: Regeneration (Director: John Hyams)
  438. Up In The Air (Director: Jason Reitman)
  439. Vampire Killers (Director: Phil Claydon)
  440. Veronika Decides To Die (Director: Emily Young)
  441. Wake (Director: Ellie Kanner)
  442. Wake Wood (Director: David Keating)
  443. Walled In (Director: Gilles Paquet-Brenner)
  444. Watchmen (Director: Zack Snyder)
  445. Weather Girl (Director: Blayne Weaver)
  446. What Goes Up (Director: Jonathan Glatzer)
  447. Whiteout (Director: Dominic Sena)
  448. Wild Cherry (Director: Dana Lustig)
  449. Winter Of Frozen Dreams (Director: Eric Mandelbaum)
  450. Within (Director: Hanelle M. Culpepper)
  451. Within (Director: Marco Duran)
  452. Women In Trouble (Director: Sebastian Gutierrez)
  453. Wonderful World (Director: Joshua Goldin)
  454. Words Unspoken (Director: Ingeborg C. Eiland)
  455. World’s Greatest Dad (Director: Bob Goldthwait)
  456. Wrong Turn At Tahoe (Director: Franck Khalfoun)
  457. You Might As Well Live (Director: Simon Ennis)
  458. Youth In Revolt (Director: Miguel Arteta)
  459. ZMD: Zombies Of Mass Destruction (Director: Kevin Hamedani)
  460. Zombie Women Of Satan (Directors: Steve O’Brien + Warren Speed)
  461. Zombieland (Director: Ruben Fleischer)
  462. Zone Of The Dead (Directors: Milan Konjevic + Milan Todorovic)
  1. Easier With Practice (Director: Kyle Patrick Alvarez)
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My body paragraphs for my persuasive essay on why I believe NFL players should be fined for unprofessional acts on and off of the football field. Please help if there is anything you notice.

Drinking and driving is not by any means professional and should be punishable, especially when one is an NFL football player and have children that look up to you as a role model. According to Doug Farrar, there have been three occurrences of NFL players being charged with D.U.I. in this last summer. One of them being a running back known as Marshawn Lynch. Also, teammates Kenny Britt and Robert Quinn also got popped for the same offense in the same week. Farrar says, “Players aren't going to listen to Goodell's ‘angry patrician uncle’ shtick when it comes to changing their lifestyles -- and some won't listen at all -- but a new and more powerful message needs to be sent.” Also Gerry Dulac reported for the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette that, “the Steelers’ fourth-round draft choice from Washington, Alameda Ta’amu was charged for D.U.I. on the city's south side Sunday, October fourteenth.” These four offenses show that there is not a serious enough punishment, and without one the players will just keep doing whatever they want.
Sexual assault is also a very unprofessional act and the players should be fined or punished for doing so beyond the criminal repercussions. Brian McIntyre reported that New England’s wide receiver Julian Edelman was “arraigned Tuesday at Boston Municipal Court after being accused very early Tuesday morning of groping a woman at a Halloween party at a Boston bar. Edelman denied the allegations to police at the scene and was arrested and booked. He posted bail and was released.” There was no action taken by the NFL for this crime. Edelman did not receive any suspension or fine outside of the criminal repercussions. Also, the NFL acknowledged that Ben Roethlisberger, Steelers’ quarterback, was accused of raping at Lake Tahoe casino-hotel in 2008. “The woman was a VIP casino hostess at Harrah's when she said ‘Roethlisberger allegedly lured her to his room under the pretense of fixing his television.’ Roethlisberger was in town for a celebrity golf tournament.” “Lawyers for both Roethlisberger and the woman reached a settlement that ended the lawsuit against the Pittsburgh Steelers’ quarterback.” There was no punishment outside of the criminal repercussions enforced by the NFL.
Furthermore putting “bounties” or “hits” on other players to injure them is completely unethical to the game of football and should be dealt with in a serious manner. Reported by the Fox News, the New Orleans Saints defensive coordinator was offering bonuses to anyone who would injure other players on the field. They also stated that “Vilma, a linebacker for the Saints, offered $10,000 to anyone who knocked then-Minnesota Vikings quarterback Brett Favre out of the 2009-10 NFC title game.” Also reported by Facts on File, “a player might typically receive $1,500 for a ‘knockout’ and $1,000 for a ‘cart-off,’ with the amounts increasing markedly during the playoffs. During the 2009 playoffs the fund grew as large as $50,000.” These acts of “bounty” or “hits” on players were dealt with somewhat appropriately. Not as severe as they should have been. All players kept their jobs and just received little suspensions and the team itself received a fine of $500,000, but no single player or person was fined. These acts need to be handled in a more serious way and the NFL needs to start showing the authority that they hold over their players and that it is a privilege to be in the NFL not something they had to do.
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