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quote:
Originally posted by Logan 5:
It was like a trippy extra-long episode of 'The Saint'.

Yes, that's a good way of putting it lol

I watched 2 wonderful Amicus films I've seen a thousand times, The House That Dripped Blood and The Beast Must Die (1974)

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^ Good stuff. The last one from Amicus I saw was Asylum.

Aguirre, the Wrath of God.

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Aguirre is terrific. That last scene is unforgettable.
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Just received this excellent edition of John Carpenter's Assault On Precinct 13 :

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It's a German import 3 disc edition.
Blu-ray / dvd combo plus a third disc containing the 2003 documentary Do You Remember Laurie Zimmer ?,
about the real-life disappearance of actress Laurie Zimmer, star of Assault On Precinct 13.

Pretty happy with this one ! [Smile]

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"Assault on Precinct 13" is probably my favorite John Carpenter film. It's small in scope but brilliantly vivid in atmosphere, technique, and suspense. And what's not to like about characters, who--for me at least--go well beyond the usual genre stereotypes? I have the old-school, big-platter laser disc with Carpenter's excellent commentary, but it doesn't have the documentary on Laurie Zimmer, who dropped out of acting to become a teacher, I think. Pity. She's really good in this film, one of only a handful that she did.
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My fave Carpenter film too, just wonderful with the greatest kid death LOL

Just watched A Candle For The Devil. It was pretty entertaining film about 2 sisters who hack and slash any female guest in their hotel that they deem immoral.

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quote:
Originally posted by Zigyma7ik:
^ Good stuff. The last one from Amicus I saw was Asylum.

Another goodun [Smile] There's only a few Amicus' I don't care for.
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Vigilante Force (1976)

Around the same time when Roger Corman produced Fighting Mad and Moving Violation, his brother Gene Corman
produced this suspiciously similar, old-fashioned, Americana actioner.

Jan-Michael Vincent and Kris Kristofferson star.
Supporting roles come from Bernadette Peters, Victoria Principal, David Doyle (Charlie's Angels)
and Paul Gleason.

Writer / director George Armitage would go on to make Miami Blues (1990) and Grosse Point Blank (1997).

Credited as 'producer's assistant' is Barbara Peeters, who would go on to direct
Humanoids From The Deep for Roger Corman.

Vigilante Force trailer : www.youtube.com/watch?v=QlEDPfUBtP8

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Tombs of the Blind Dead 1972
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The Black Torment (1964) Marvelous
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Flight of the Phoneix

it was a good one, i like jimmy stewart, always plays likeable characters, but in this one i think he was a stubborn pain in the neck

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Twins of Evil, Countess Dracula, Raw Meat (a/k/a Deathline), and Psychomania (a/k/a The Death Wheelers) at the Super Monsterama at the Riverside Drive-In, Vandergrift, Pennsylvania. (I'll try to find the ad and post it.) All films are favorites, and they were shown in beautiful, uncut prints. Raw Meat, a lost gem, is my absolute favorite, and it, along with Psychomania, deserves to be shown at a drive-in in the wee hours of the morning. It's just so much more effective that way. [Smile]
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4 amazing films [Big Grin]

Just watched The Bad Seed (1956) for the first time in years, brill [Big Grin]

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is there a bad seed tote bag in your future?
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Confession box set

Confessions of a....Driving Instructor, Pop Performer, Window Cleaner and From A Holiday Camp. Robin Askwith stars of Timmy Lea, who has a fair few "encounters" with suburban housewives in 1970's London. Fair amount of nudity with a splattering of British comedy guest stars.

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Hey, i have that box-set too ! [Smile]

Good, old-fashioned, raunchy but harmless fun. I think Holiday Camp is my favorite of the bunch.

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quote:
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is there a bad seed tote bag in your future?

 - Not quite but maybe a Nosferatu one I have my eye on [Razz]
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Valerie and Her Week of Wonders.
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The Silencers (1966)

8/10 from me.

Review on my blog HERE

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Logan's Run. Fell asleep after half an hour. If it weren't for Jenny Agutter it would have been half that.
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Jenny Agutter is a goddess! Check her out in China 9, Liberty 37. So very, very attractive!
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She is/was super super sexy. I think I am in love. She looked better in AWIL than this though even if she was 5 years older. I will check out those flicks but purely for the skin [Big Grin]
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Loved her in The Man in the Iron Mask (1977).
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Never seen China 9, Liberty 37 but it was released on VHS here back in the day.

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