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Old 12th November 2012, 04:02   #1
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Looking for help in search for old Stream's (2003-ish era)

Back in 2003~2004, I discovered Winamp's Internet Streaming for all things entertainment; such as music, television, and things rating NC17 and Adult.

Now, without being too vulgar, there were 2 streams that played high-quality movies. One of which was called "A Devil's Tail" from Simon Wolf Productions. The other was based along the same quality (high production value, multiple different scenes) but I can't recall the name. It had something to do with Hell freezing over, and a fat guy who played the Devil and his (daughter, underling, whatever) was some blonde girl.

I don't want to go into graphic details that I remember, so I am hoping this is enough information. They played both these films on repeat for weeks to months (possibly years?) so hopefully someone remembers it.
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Old 12th November 2012, 05:22   #2
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too funny.

what is it you want? winamp was merely the conduit, not the broadcaster. whatever that was is likely long long long gone. winamp doesn't really support TV or broadcasting TV tools much anymore that i can see.

one hint: most of those channels were just stealing the content and broadcasting it, thinking they'd get by under the radar. find someone who knows the industry and see if they know the title.

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Old 12th November 2012, 05:28   #3
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The title of the film was the streaming link. Since neither title ever changed (except to say what scene it was on), then people who were around back then could possibly remember. That's how I got "The Devil's Tail" title -- someone remembered the stream of the full movie. Simply hoping it works again.
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Old 12th November 2012, 05:40   #4
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i just messed about a bit with winamp, and added "shoutcast tv" to my online services, and see "a devils tail" there right now.

maybe your other film is there still?

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Old 12th November 2012, 14:42   #5
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Actually, someone just found it on Reddit. It's called "Bridgette's Hellions".

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Old 12th November 2012, 15:54   #6
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thats also on shoutcast tv. i find it amazing the same titles are there from 2003.

when i was in high school, my buddy had a vhs that split the screen into four movies at once, with sound only on one. no idea what it was called, but it was hilarious.

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