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Logan 5
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quote:
Originally posted by Helen_S:
But do you also have his perfect body? LOL
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zFJg6RMZUzY

Actually I'm a touch more lean, with more muscle definition - particularly on my abs. It's a curse.

I do, however, like to hit women for absolutely no reason and speak in deep out of synch voice whenever I can.

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The Flesh and Blood Show - The day I've dreaded has arrived when I didn't like a Pete Walker film. I'm heartbroken [Frown]

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Sounds tasty, right ? [Big Grin]
Sounds good to me!

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Well now you've put me off my cheese on toast [Frown]

Hand it over. I'll finish it for you.
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Pete Walker managed to get Lee, Price and Cushing together for House Of The Long Shadows !!! His last foray in directing.
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That one is OK. (And he had Carradine too.) It was fun to see the guys together--and Desi Arnaz, Jr. wasn't quite as bad as I'd thought--but it's a pretty creaky work, like a roadshow stage play (no real gore or typical Walker sleaze and nihilism).

According to the wonderfully informative book I have on Walker, "Making Mischief," it seemed he was pretty darned wealthy and just retired to enjoy himself.

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LOL Deep, out of synch voices ftw [Big Grin] [Razz]

All the Cushing, Lee and Price films I own and have seen but that one has somehow escaped me. Well I think so anyway. I see the uk Amazon have it for pre order for September  -

I watched Pete's Dragon yesterday, love that film [Big Grin] [Razz]

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The Most Dangerous Game (1932) It was only just over an hour long but felt like 5.
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Chato's Land (1972)

Surprising little actual onscreen-time for Bronson. Good acting, especially from Jack Palance
who does an impressive, dramatic dying scene.
I had seen it several times before, but it's nice to revisit it every couple of years or so.

Remarkably this got a PG rating in the US, while it was still being rated 18 in the UK as recently
as 2004.

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Johnny, I own the dvd but haven´t seen the movie yet.
The film is rated 15 here.

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aTomiK, you didn't hear it from me that the Jack Palance character dies.. right ?
well, just pretend you didn't hear it ! [Big Grin]

I think 15 is a decent rating for Chato's Land. It's violent, but not excessively. Apparently
the bbfc had some trouble with falling horses or something, and surprisingly didn't have any troubles
with a nasty rape-scene. [Confused]

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quote:
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I watched Pete's Dragon yesterday, love that film [Big Grin] [Razz]

You were watching Channel 5! Went into work and saw that Pete's Dragon needed checking and was all "old Disney FTW!" Wasn't nearly as good as I remembered, and the kid needed a damn good slap, but Jim Dale was on top form.
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Two obscure British Films on same DVD.(Prod Norman Warren).
Spaced Out. An all female alien UFO crashes in early seventies England. Cue experiments and a bit of slap an tickle on a very low budget.
Sex Clinic. A business woman runs a sex clinic and then blackmails her clients, but one exacts revenge, Surprisingly quite good.

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I have that dvd just cos I love Norman Warren's other stuff, well except Terror [Razz] But haven't watched them.
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quote:
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Wasn't nearly as good as I remembered

The outrage [Mad] [Razz]
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Danger: Diabolik (1968)  - Awesome

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quote:
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quote:
Originally posted by Logan 5:
Wasn't nearly as good as I remembered

The outrage [Mad] [Razz]
S'true! Not a patch on Freaky Friday or Candleshoe! (Young Jodie FTW!)

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Danger: Diabolik (1968) - Awesome
'Awesome' is too small a word!

There is no 'danger' that anyone would think it was a 'diabolical' movie! Hahahahahahahahahaaaaaaaaaaa!!!!!

Shoot me.

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Oh dear LOL

Ooh, I recorded Candleshoe from channel 5 recently [Razz] Will get to it soon [Smile]

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Blade (1973)

Gritty crime drama starring John Marley. Co-written by filmmaker Jeff Lieberman (director of
Blue Sunshine, Squirm and Just Before Dawn), and a young Morgan Freeman can been seen as a black militant.

Nice, obscure early 70s flick !

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Born Free (1966)
I can't imagine that the networks would even be allowed to show this movie, what with the animals fighting and killing each other, lmao. "The Children might get scared"! I remember watching this when I was very young, probably around 5 years old, in the early 1970's.

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Turkish Delight (1973)

Fantastic 70s classic directed by Paul Verhoeven.
Starring Rutger Hauer and Monique van de Ven - amazing couple!
Funny and sad, crazy and wonderful - that´s life.
Be warned though, some may think that there´s too much nudity and disturbing behaviour in this one.

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Nah, that's just the way we behave here in Holland. [Big Grin]
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its the dutch touch
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Watched another 70s Paul Verhoeven masterpiece yesterday.
Soldier of Orange (1977), what a fantastic war epic!
I loved the cast: Rutger Hauer is once again amazing, his fellow students Jeroen Grabbe, Derek de Lint, Huib Rooymans,
Dolf de Vries and Lex van Delden were also great.
And let´s not forget the lovely ladies Susan Penhaligon and Belinda Meuldijk.

This was the most-expensive Dutch film made at the time (2,5 million $).
I´m gonna check out the one hour documentary next.

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im going to give sorcerer with roy schieder another go
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Evel Knievel (1971)

This was a fun biopic of the famed motorcycle daredevil.
It was directed by Marvin J. Chomsky (Tank etc.) and written by Alan Caillou and John Milius.
The movie stars George Hamilton, Sue Lyon, Bert Freed and Ron Masak.

It´s fun to watch Hamilton fooling around and Lyon looks beautiful as his girlfriend/wife.
I didn´t know much about Knievel´s life before this movie.

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The Entertainer (1960). Laurence Olivier, Brenda De Banzie, Roger Livesey, Alan Bates, Daniel Massey, Albert Finney, Shirley Anne Field, Thora Hird, Miriam Karlin and Geoffrey Toone. A song and dance man contrives to keep his show going, even as his personal life is going to pieces. Based on the play by John Osborne.
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