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Posted by TerdNthePoolGGB (Member # 9818) on :
 
Does anybody have old movie ads from the 80s. Rolling Stone magazine used to put upcoming movie ads in there mag. I have some and would like to show them on here but not sure how to get them on. If you have any i would love to see them.
 
Posted by Johnny Roarke is reckless (Member # 9826) on :
 
I have plenty. I still have a whole bunch of promotional catalogues from 80's videostores and their suppliers,
plus magazines, posters, lobbycards, and cardboard displays. Very happy i never threw them away, because
nowadays they provide a wealth of information about which movies were being released on video back in the day,
many of them still unavailable on any digital format.

Unfortunately i don't have the ability to make pics and put 'em up on the site. [Frown]
 
Posted by TerdNthePoolGGB (Member # 9818) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Johnny Roarke is reckless:
I have plenty. I still have a whole bunch of promotional catalogues from 80's videostores and their suppliers,
plus magazines, posters, lobbycards, and cardboard displays. Very happy i never threw them away, because
nowadays they provide a wealth of information about which movies were being released on video back in the day,
many of them still unavailable on any digital format.

Unfortunately i don't have the ability to make pics and put 'em up on the site. [Frown]

Sounds awesome. Perhaps i could drop by sometime. I just have a handful...Splash, Psycho2, Airplane 2 and the Man with two brains.
 
Posted by TerdNthePoolGGB (Member # 9818) on :
 
the product ads are great to look at also. i found an Evil Kneivel toy ad and six million dollar man toy ad. both full page. Very cool
 
Posted by Johnny Roarke is reckless (Member # 9826) on :
 
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Vintage Dutch video magazine covers from '87 - '89.

Pics are taken from the internet, but i actually do have these at home, plus several others from 1987
with Flash Gordon, The Jewel Of The Nile, and The Fly on the front-covers. Each issue is about 70 pages,
and has tons of reviews of then-new video-releases as well as electronics like TVs, VCRs and cameras.
 
Posted by TerdNthePoolGGB (Member # 9818) on :
 
oh yeah Johnny! love those. The big recorder is something. Thanx for posting. Really enjoyed looking at them.
 
Posted by Johnny Roarke is reckless (Member # 9826) on :
 
And some more :

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And a fun retro electronics ad :

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Posted by the young warrior (Member # 9554) on :
 
These mags look very cool johnny and in the exact same style of the ones I used to collect over here in the UK which were named video today and video -the magazine which were monthly editions.

Both magazines followed a similar pattern with new releases at the front,then interviews and random other bits n bobs,then a large detailed review section of the months releases,next would a hardware review with video cams and recorders.

Then at the very back was the adult section which I managed to keep quite a secret from my mother until one month they decided to extend it to include the outer back page.

Always remember the look of shock horror on my parents face,though they did not stop me from collecting them which was cool!
 
Posted by TerdNthePoolGGB (Member # 9818) on :
 
Picked up a Hit Parader magazine from 1983 at a garage sale today that had an ad for Private School for Girls on the back cover. Its pretty good.
 
Posted by the young warrior (Member # 9554) on :
 
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This hit parader magazine looks like a great read terdnthepoolggb,it says on the cover of the ones I have seen online that it was also available in the UK as well but for the life of me I don't think I've ever come across it or either that I have seen it before and it's just not registering.

I know we've always had kerrang - the rock magazine over here where I live in the UK because I've read thru it enough times on my trips to the supermarket,you know the deal the wife does the food shopping while you dissapear down the magazine aisle [Big Grin]

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Posted by TerdNthePoolGGB (Member # 9818) on :
 
hahaha! The best aisle in the store Warrior. its fun to see stuff that was being discussed at that time which was new at that time and knowing more about it now and comparing the opinions after 30 years.
also scored a Blondie poster from the early 80s over the weekend for a dollar. I was surprised when i sawit on ebay selling for $30.
 
Posted by the young warrior (Member # 9554) on :
 
It's surprising what people get rid off in these garage sales or boot fairs as we have here in the UK terdnthepoolggb,some people just don't realize the real value of what they are selling.

Saying that at the end of the day what they don't know won't hurt them and what's there loss is our gain [Big Grin]

Sales for $30 upwards,sounds like you got a right bargain there and I imagine it will only go up in value.
 
Posted by TerdNthePoolGGB (Member # 9818) on :
 
i got lucky on that poster. i bought it for myself since i loved Blondie back then. i had no idea of its value. If i knew its value i would have bought other one they had. Yes, they had another. o well, Im happy.
not familiar with the karrang mag. ill check it out
 
Posted by the young warrior (Member # 9554) on :
 
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Found this image of the first issue from 1981 and i believe it's still going strong now.
 
Posted by Pittsburghgirl (Member # 7514) on :
 
Those video magazines look awesome. I've never seen them before. I used to love Hit Parader and Circus. Kerrang was harder to find here in PA. I worked at the mall over Christmas break when I was around 20-21 selling gift certificates. When I took my lunch break, I'd go eat, then go to Thrift Drug and read HP or Circus. The girls who worked there didn't mind. I picked up a few of those type magazines at an antiques mall about 5 years ago. I need to dig them up and let you all know which months/years they were from.
 
Posted by aTomiK (Member # 6575) on :
 
I own lots of these 80s hard and heavy magazines. Mainly Metal Hammer and Kerrang but also some Faces Rocks, Hard Rock, Hit Parader and Crash (german) magazines.
 
Posted by the young warrior (Member # 9554) on :
 
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This is a pic of just a few of my monthly video mag I used collect which was known as - video - the magazine.

These used to be a really great read and was packed with reviews of the months new releases,latest software,news,adverts even an adult section which my mother didn't really approve of.

The great thing was that they were always delivered on a Saturday morning when I was off school so I could just crash out most of the day and read it to my heart's content!


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Posted by the young warrior (Member # 9554) on :
 
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This was the free in store monthly mini video magazine known as - video epics you could pick up in store at my local video rental outlet known as - tower pleasure video.

Really great little video magazine that I looked forward to coming into store each month and the fact it was free made it more the better.

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Inside June 1985 edition featuring - the legend of Billie jean and just one of the guys.


And inside September 1984


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Featuring Malibu bikini shop or the bikini shop as it was known here in the UK,a question of guilt and a full page ad for - the vindicator.

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Posted by the young warrior (Member # 9554) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by aTomiK:
I own lots of these 80s hard and heavy magazines. Mainly Metal Hammer and Kerrang but also some Faces Rocks, Hard Rock, Hit Parader and Crash (german) magazines.

Atomik am I right in thinking rock/heavy rock is the most popular form of music in Finland,if so it sounds like my type of place!
 
Posted by the young warrior (Member # 9554) on :
 
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August 1986 edition with Hugh Hudson's - revolution on the front.


I actually used to collect 2 monthly video magazine's,this was the other one - video today .

This was another really decent read with more or less the same format as the other monthly I got but with enough small differences between the both to make it also a worthy pick up.


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Inside September 1985s featuring reviews of - chud,Hawaiian heat,the last run,dutch girls,sky high and Disney's the undergrads starring art carney.

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Posted by the young warrior (Member # 9554) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Pittsburghgirl:
Those video magazines look awesome. I've never seen them before. I used to love Hit Parader and Circus. Kerrang was harder to find here in PA. I worked at the mall over Christmas break when I was around 20-21 selling gift certificates. When I took my lunch break, I'd go eat, then go to Thrift Drug and read HP or Circus. The girls who worked there didn't mind. I picked up a few of those type magazines at an antiques mall about 5 years ago. I need to dig them up and let you all know which months/years they were from.

What are the thrift stores like Pittsburghgirl,when I watch a lot of these online video reviews you always get the reviewers saying this is what I picked up at the local thrift store and it will be some rare old vhs,DVDs etc. Is it a store that is made up of a bit of everything?
 
Posted by Pittsburghgirl (Member # 7514) on :
 
Young warrior, some thrift stores have a bit of everything, but finding anything good is getting tough. Everyone is trying to sell everything on eBay. We don't have a lot of thrift stores around here other than Salvation Army and Goodwill, which both rely on donated goods. Most of it is clothing, then, a little bit of toys and games, books, housewares, furniture, records, VHS and DVDs, costume jewelry, etc. I have found a few old concert programs at these stores, but that was probably about 10 years ago. I've never seen good old magazines there.
 
Posted by aTomiK (Member # 6575) on :
 
Cool pics, warrior! I´ll try to post few too if i can get good enough photos.

Yeah, we love heavy metal here but pop/rock is also very popular and one thing that i don´t like, finnish rap music is hip right now.

Aah, Malibu Bikini Shop. Now that´s a classic beach flick!
 
Posted by the young warrior (Member # 9554) on :
 
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Originally posted by aTomiK:
Cool pics, warrior! I´ll try to post few too if i can get good enough photos.

Yeah, we love heavy metal here but pop/rock is also very popular and one thing that i don´t like, finnish rap music is hip right now.

Aah, Malibu Bikini Shop. Now that´s a classic beach flick!

Same as me I've never really taken to rap in general,talking of Malibu bikini shop I always wondered why I couldn't find a UK vhs i never noticed it was under an alternative title (the bikini shop),saying that I bet the old vhs is pretty rare now.

It's one I've been wanting to check out for an absolute age but never managed to get my hands on.

Maybe it will get a blu ray release at some point!


That's one I've just noticed from my magazine pic I'd like to check out which I've never seen - dutch girls.

Have you ever seen it atomik?

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Posted by aTomiK (Member # 6575) on :
 
Never seen Dutch Girls but i know that it was released on vhs here in Finland and i´ve seen the tape on sale just few weeks ago.
I need to grab it next time!
 
Posted by TerdNthePoolGGB (Member # 9818) on :
 
does that RAQUEL welch mag have a centerfold of her.
 
Posted by aTomiK (Member # 6575) on :
 
Here´s few finnish video magazines i have. The original "newspaper" editon around ´85-´86.

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The new look ´87.

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One of the biggest finnish video rental chains, R-Kioski, had their own vip video club and magazine. These are from ´84-´89.

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And one of the biggest distributors, Showtime, also had their own magazine. These are from ´87-´89.

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Posted by the young warrior (Member # 9554) on :
 
Cool pics atomik.

Wow! Barbara carerra,forgot all about her,lucky old lone wolf mcquade.

I always quite enjoyed target with Hackman and Dillon,not seen it in a while,it's no classic but I still think it's quite underatted.

Anyhow great pics of what look like some really great mags!
 
Posted by aTomiK (Member # 6575) on :
 
Yeah, i´m going to check out if there´s some cool stuff inside the mags i want to show ya.
Here´s two german magazines i bought back in ´87 when i was in Majorca, Spain.

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Posted by the young warrior (Member # 9554) on :
 
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A few more random video today magazines from my collection.


And below a random pic of a reviews page of the November 1986 edition (Indiana Jones temple of doom cover) featuring reviews for paradise motel,Mr love,moving violations,Transylvania 6-5000,spring break,the bikini shop (again),compromising positions and lastly grace Quigley starring nick note.


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2 out of 5 for paradise motel and moving violations,no way!

They were better than that.

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Posted by J2ME (Member # 5728) on :
 
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What a brilliant thread! I can remember both of those magazines, TYW. Do you remember Video World?

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Posted by the young warrior (Member # 9554) on :
 
Yeah I remember video world,that was probably the most saucy video mag on the UK market!

I've got a few editions actually,I'll dig them out when I get chance.
 
Posted by the young warrior (Member # 9554) on :
 
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Another couple of pics from inside my little video epics magazines featuring full page ads for the kiwi car chase thriller - shaker run and the world war 2 drama - codename emerald which I believe stars ed Harris in an early role.

Shaker run is a pretty fun flick actually not seen it for quite sometime.


And below full page ads for mgm releases - dream lover which I've never seen and hellhole which is a bit of a trash classic which I also own an old vhs of.


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Posted by aTomiK (Member # 6575) on :
 
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Originally posted by J2ME:

Have either of you thought about digitizing/archiving them?  -

I know that some people here have already done this.
The finnish vhs collectors "community" is still pretty vital.

Dream Lover was a disappointment, warrior. I know i started a Dream Lover thread but we must have lost it.
Hellhole is excellent sleazefest.
 
Posted by the young warrior (Member # 9554) on :
 
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This is taken from my year one school project book where for an hour or 2 during the school week you would sit in class and write about a hobby or any interest as such.

Obviously my interest was films so I'd write little mini film reviews,do drawings,get magazine cut outs and stick them in.



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I remember my teacher writing this comment "why have you seen it?" In reference to me having watched first blood which was a 15 when at the time I was only 11.

God knows what he thought when he realized I was watching 18s as well.


I've just noticed on my little write up of mad max 2 I wrote - it's about a oil company in the desert being attacked by punks [Confused] and that there are quite violent scenes but children would like it [Big Grin]

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Posted by the young warrior (Member # 9554) on :
 
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Couple of little drawings I done for my year one (age 11/12) school project book of characters from ralph bakshi's 1982 animated film hey good lookin'.

Never seen it before,I have watched bakshi's 1978 animated version of lord of the rings though.


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Another pic i drew for bakshi's 1982 animated flick - hey good lookin' plus on the adjoining page little reviews I done for tightrope and dune.

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Posted by Helen_S (Member # 5804) on :
 
Haha, love it! [Big Grin]
 
Posted by the young warrior (Member # 9554) on :
 
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from one of my old video hits magazines a full page ad for the 1986 australian pic - malcolm.

on the adjoining page you have a just out section featuring the likes of - armed and dangerous,armed response,crossroads starring the karate kids - ralph macchio,there's also - out of bounds and radioactive dreams starring american ninja's - michael dudikoff amongst others.

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Posted by the young warrior (Member # 9554) on :
 
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This is taken from an edition of a monthly video shop magazine known as screens which you could pick up in store at your local video shop.

It says 30 UK pence on the cover but I always remember picking it up for free.

This is the march 1990 edition featuring a full page ad for k-9 plus a video classics section featuring the likes of - karate kid 2,for queen and country and john carpenter's dark star.


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And a double paged ad for the late river phoenix's - a night in the life of jimmy reardon which I've got a feeling was known as just - jimmy reardon here in the UK.

Never seen it before but have heard many mixed reviews from it.

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Posted by the young warrior (Member # 9554) on :
 
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Full page ad for the martin love action film - Steele justice (which I've never seen) and reviews for ghoulies 2,gladiator starring men Wahl,nowhere to hide (which I would like to see),woody Allen's Hannah and her sisters and lastly Francis ford coppola's Peggy sue got married.

And below from video hits magazine 1987


A full page ad for the Medusa home video releases of the excellent - the gate,the video dead and wheels of terror starring the late great oliver reed and also David carradine.


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On the adjoining page there are reviews for rivers edge (great flick),the good wife starring Bryan brown and Rachel ward,poker Alice featuring the ever tanned george hamilton, sweet revenge what looks like a low budget action flick featuring Nancy Allen (wouldn't mind checking this out) and lastly the three amigos which was a lot of fun.

Don't know whether you can see my bad habit of back then of ticking everything I watched (next to three amigos) which nows bugs the hell out of me because now all I think of it is as that I defaced the magazine!

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Posted by the young warrior (Member # 9554) on :
 
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April 1990 video world magazine


Featuring reviews for Halloween 4,wilt,Friday the 13th - Jason takes manhattan,robot jox,cyborg,hider in the house etc.


Below from the same mag a full page ad for some Friday the 13 the looking spoof called - hand of death Jacksons back part 25 [Confused]

With the tagline "finally... Jackson unmasked - a face only a blind girl could love! [Big Grin]


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Posted by aTomiK (Member # 6575) on :
 
Nice pics once again, warrior. I own one UK Video Hits mag but the front cover is missing so i didn´t really know what it was.
Thanks for clearing it out [Smile]
 
Posted by the young warrior (Member # 9554) on :
 
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some more 80s video adverts - we have in the first pic from above sylvester stallone in rocky 1,well actually tell a lie it's not quite rocky it's - ricky 1 with Michael Michaud ( i know i've never heard of him either) and it scores what i think is an all time low on imdb for any film i've ever looked up - a miserable 1.3.



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gary busey in bulletproof,i've got a new and sealed dvd of this sat on my shelf which i picked up a few months back which i've yet to get around to watching,i will do soon though at some point!

anyone seen busey's bulletproof before and if so what did you think?

from the adjoining page i've seen scared stiff with andrew stevens,gung ho which i quite enjoyed,wild thing i've seen but remember little from but know it's coming to blu ray shortly.

bullies i own on dvd which is a very entertaining hillbilly revenge flick!

the only one i've never seen is american anthem.


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lastly we have a medusa home video line up advert for the winter months which features another busey action flick and that is - eye of the tiger which i thought was really enjoyable.

never heard much on the ninja action pic - white phantom before,seems a pretty obsure title that with only 3 external reviews on imdb.
 
Posted by aTomiK (Member # 6575) on :
 
Haha, i just got Ricky 1 vhs tape couple of weeks ago. 1,3 rating... i need to check the film and prove them wrong [Big Grin]
 
Posted by TerdNthePoolGGB (Member # 9818) on :
 
let us know if it has anything funny Atomik. I own it but have not watched it. love those parodies.

Thanx for posting Warrior!
 
Posted by the young warrior (Member # 9554) on :
 
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a few more random adverts - above the monster squad retail video release and on the adjoining page articles for musical artists - paula abdul,yazz,wet,wet,wet etc.


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above a full page ad for the pretty entertaining fight flick the cage starring reb brown and lou ferringo then on the adjoining page here random little reviews for the likes of - the big town,the falcon and the snownan,big etc.

watched every film mentioned here except the thriller - black widow with theresa russell.
 
Posted by the young warrior (Member # 9554) on :
 
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a full page ad for the tom selleck comedy - her alibi which i have seen years back but can remember very little from,i'm sure though i remember finding it quite enjoyable.

i need to check it out again at some point if i get chance!


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pretty cool looking ad for the enjoyable dolph lundgren action flick red scorpion and also reviews for the likes of my stepmother is an alien,beaches,homeboy,the mighty quinn etc.


i watched homeboy again not long back,was a lot better than how i rembered it,infact i thought it was rather decent with a couple of great performances from mickey rourke and christopher walken.

also watched - without a clue starring michael caine and ben kingsley for the first time not long back and that was a blast.

really good fun!
 
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reviews section from one of my mid 80s video - the magazine's with the party animal scoring a 3 out of 5 (deserves higher than that),night patrol scores a 2 out of 5,draw with kirk douglas scores a 4 out of 5 (never seen it),the karate kid scores a 3 out of 5 (no way a 3 out of 5 it's a classic) and lastly a film called - the cold room gets a 3 0ut of 5.


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a full page ad for british satirical puppet show - spitting image which ran between 1984-1996.

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Posted by the young warrior (Member # 9554) on :
 
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slightly beaten up front cover(it's van damme,he's flexing his biceps that much that he's creasing the magazine)of one of my early 1990s video world - the magazine featuring jean claude van damme in double impact

light sleeper - now that was a really good movie,never seen split second with rutger hauer though but have heard good things about it!

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Posted by TerdNthePoolGGB (Member # 9818) on :
 
yw. 3 out of 5 for KK? A soc had to have written that.
 
Posted by Helen_S (Member # 5804) on :
 
Well made but long, pfft!
 
Posted by the young warrior (Member # 9554) on :
 
I agree terdnthepoolggb, I must say I did like the magazine a lot overall but i did at times think that the reviewers were a bunch of muppets.

I remember they rated - death wish 3 a 1 out of 5 and also - the delta force a 1 out Of 5 and if that wasn't annoying enough you would then get some artsy fartsy brit period flick (where everyone talks through there noses) come along and it would get high fives across the board!
 
Posted by the young warrior (Member # 9554) on :
 
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Here's a few pics from vintage film magazines that I have picked up of late with above being the outer cover of Film Review December 1982 featuring the Burt Reynolds Dolly Parton musical comedy The Best Little Whorehouse In Texas + Spielberg's E.T.


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A cool black and white ad of the awesome Stephen King anthology Creepshow with its rather wicked looking artwork stating that it will be playing all over London from the 21st of November 1982.


(Below) Also from the same edition (Dec 1982 Film Review) another pic of Dolly from The Best Little Whorehouse In Texas plus a black and white ad for the highly entertaining horror sequel Amityville 2 The Possession starring Burt Young,Rutanya Alda and the beautifulI Diane Franklin.


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Posted by the young warrior (Member # 9554) on :
 
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(Above) the front cover of Photoplay Movies & Video magazine November 1984 featuring Arnold Schwarzenegger in Conan The Destroyer plus the late great popstar Prince In Purple Rain.


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(Inside) another ad that caught my eye for the 1984 erotic drama Bolero starring the stunning Bo Derek and also featuring the great George Kennedy it was a Cannon Films production which was shot by Bo's husband John Derek.

Never seen it before but would like to despite it picking up worst picture that year at the golden raspberry awards!


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And lastly from the same edition is the very beautiful Maria Conchita Alonso who appeared in that months release of the 1984 Paul Mazursky comedy Moscow On The Hudson with the much missed comedy genius Robin Williams.

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Posted by aTomiK (Member # 6575) on :
 
Love the pics warrior, thanks for sharing!

Like all the films you mentioned but Bolero is actually pretty dull despite the Bo Derek / Olivia d’Abo nudity.

Alonso is stunning in Moscow on the Hudson.
 
Posted by the young warrior (Member # 9554) on :
 
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March 1987 edition of Video Hits magazine which you could sometimes pick up for free or just a few pennies from your local video rental shop back in the day.

Front cover features Kathleen Turner,(below) a centre spread advertisement for the wacky looking sci-fi adventure The Adventures Of Buckaroo Banzai starring Peter Weller,Jeff Goldblum,John Lithgow etc.


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And lastly a look back at previous titles including Killer Party,Choices,Lorca And The Outlaws,Fever Pitch,Class Of Nuke 'Em High,Spookiest,Silver Bullet and House.


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(Above) front cover for Film Review May 1983 featuring Dustin Hoffman in Tootsie plus Faye Dunaway in Michael Winner's The Wicked Lady with reviews included for Sophie's Choice,The Beast Master and Best Friends Starring Burt Reynolds and Goldie Hawn.


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(Above) A 2 page spread for the excellent Sydney Pollack comedy Tootsie starring Dustin Hoffman,Jessica Lange,Terri Garr plus the always awesome Bill Murray.


(Below) A full page ad for the excellent Bronson thriller 10 To Midnight with it stating that it plays in the West End and all over London from April the 21st 1983.


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Posted by the young warrior (Member # 9554) on :
 
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Latest movie magazine pic up - Film Review August 1985 featuring amongst other things articles on Chuck Norris,Chevy Chase,John Travolta,Donald Sutherland,Timothy Hutton,Nicolas Cage,Sting, Richard Pryor and Vanity who also appears on the front cover!


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Above an advertisement for the fun Scottish comedy Restless Natives which features some awesome scenery and a great soundtrack from Big Country plus a pic of Chuck Norris who at the time was appearing in the great 1985 Chicago set police thriller Code Of Silence.


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Some great releases that month you had Berry Gordy's The Last Dragon, Brewster's Millions, Catholic Boys aka Heaven Help Us,View To A Kill,Fletch,Insignificance and Ladyhawke.

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Posted by aTomiK (Member # 6575) on :
 
Oooh, Vanity! Damn i miss those days with all these cool movie mags.

Never seen Restless Natives but i know that it was released here on vhs. Would love to see the film and i love Big Country!

All good films that month including Careful, He Might Here You.
 
Posted by the young warrior (Member # 9554) on :
 
Picked up a couple more early 80s Film Review magazines -


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Film Review October 1984 featuring Tom Selleck in that months release of Lassiter,Diddley Moore and Nastassja Kinski in the comedy Unfaithfully Yours and main and center Mel Gibson in The Bounty.


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Some good releases that month including Moscow On The Hudson + the Jim Abraham's Zuckerberg Brothers spoof Top Secret which on the advertisement poster (Above) is rated Pg - Parent Guardian but I'm sure that's an error because checking up on the bbfc and from memory it was always a 15 certificate here in the U.K http://www.bbfc.co.uk/releases/top-secret-2002-2


Other releases that month were Bachelor Party,Streets Of Fire,The Company Of Wolves,Lassiter,Blame It On Rio, Racing With The Moon,The Hit with John Hurt,WW2 drama The Highest Honour and Scottish Comedy drama Comfort And Joy.


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(Above) some of October 1984s UK cinema releases plus a small as for Walter Hill's Terrific Streets Of Fire with Michael Pare and the beautiful Diane Lane.


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Film Review September 1983 which features the late great David Bowie who had not long appeared in the superbly made Merry Christmas Mr Lawrence alongside Tom Conti.


(Below) Stallone directing John Travolta in the 1983 Saturday Night Fever sequel Staying Alive -


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Again some seriously cool releases that month including Blue Thunder, Porky's 2 - The Next Day,The Outsiders, Twilight Zone - The Movie, Herbie Rides Again and The Lords Of Discipline.


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Whilst still screening throughout the U.K were the likes of Octopussy,Flashdance,Superman 3, Return Of The Jedi,Treasure Of The Four Crowns,Monty Python's The Meaning Of Life,House Of The Long Shadows,Local Hero and Educating Rita.

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Posted by Johnny Roarke is reckless (Member # 9826) on :
 
Those were the days..

Great pics, Warrior.. thanks for sharing !
 
Posted by the young warrior (Member # 9554) on :
 
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Originally posted by Johnny Roarke is reckless:
Those were the days..


Definitely right there Johnny and when you look at most months release listings it's not just the odd outstanding flick here and there there's numerous ones each month and it seriously makes me long for those days gone by especialy when you consider some of the drivel they release at the multiplex's nowadays!

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Posted by the young warrior (Member # 9554) on :
 
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Latest magazine pick up is one I used to collect on a monthly basis back in the day but this certain issue was one of very few that somehow passed me by and that is Video The Magazine November 1986 with Godzilla 1985 featured on the front cover.


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Some terrific films released to home video that month,here's a select few and the ratings that they received some of which I agree with but many that I don't!


They would be rated on an out of 5 score

Remo - Unarmed And Dangerous 4 out of 5

The Park Is Mine - 3 out of 5

The Boys Next Door - 4 out of 5

Busted Up - 3.5 out of 5

House - 4 out of 5

Spies Like Us - 1 out of 5. No way it might have not been a comedy classic like Landis's earlier Trading Places but it was still a fun family come!

The Howling 2 - 4 out of 5. Were they drunk? Saying that it is fun to watch though for all the wrong reasons!

Silver Bullet - 3 out of 5

The Delta Force - 1 out of 5. Same as Spies Like Us no way a 1 what were they thinking and I hope for there sakes old Chuck don't ever find out they dissed his film!

Bad Medicine - 3 out of 5


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Posted by aTomiK (Member # 6575) on :
 
Aah ´86, what a fantastic year! Thanx for sharing [Cool]

I see that made-for-tv thriller The Final Jeopardy gets three stars.
I think i have the vhs tape somewhere and sure dig the cover art. Gotta check it out at some point.
 
Posted by the young warrior (Member # 9554) on :
 
Yeah the cover art for Final Jeopardy looks really cool Atomik and plot wise it comes across a bit like a toned down version of the excellent 1993 thriller Judgment Night!
 
Posted by the young warrior (Member # 9554) on :
 
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Picked this up for my birthday the other week and that's VHS: Video Cover Art which features more than 250 pages of awesome 80s/90s video artwork


Here's a few -


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Who wouldn't get sucked in by artwork like this for the 1986 Linda Blair action flick Savage Island but by all accounts the movie sucks!


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Never seen it before but this is meant to be a fun little horror comedy from 1990 The Willie's starring Sean Aston,James Karen and Kathleen Freeman.


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Cool cover to the really fun 1985 CBS FOX comedy Moving Violations starring Bill Murray's brother John Murray plus a young Jennifer Tilly with James Keach and Sally Kellerman.

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Posted by the young warrior (Member # 9554) on :
 
And a few more -


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Had to double check there was no nudity on the cover before uploading as quite a few of these 80s comedy covers do feature nudity but here's the cover art for the fun 1984 arcade comedy Joysticks starring Joe Don Baker and Scott McGinnis from one of my favourite distributers of the time Entertainment In Video.


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Cover art for 1985-86's Misfits Of Science which I have never viewed before,I'd imagine this must have been the pilot movie!


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Artwork for the enjoyable 1988 monster truck revenge flick Rolling Vengeance from Medusa Home Video.


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More awesome artwork for an Entertainment In Video title and that is 1984's Charles Band hit Trancers a terrific low budget sci-fi adventure that spawned many a sequel!
 
Posted by aTomiK (Member # 6575) on :
 
Great stuff! I may need to purchase that book [Smile]
 
Posted by the young warrior (Member # 9554) on :
 
Well worth picking up Atomik there's some real obscure ones in there as well that makes it that much better!

I'll take a few more pics of the inside when I get chance.
 
Posted by the young warrior (Member # 9554) on :
 
A few more sleeve pictures from the VHS Video
Cover Art book -


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Never seen this early 80s Sci-fi Adventure but it sort of reminds me of the fun Spacehunter Adventures In The Forbidden Zone which were both released in 1983 and both originally shot in 3-D.


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Artwork for 1988's Aussie action flick Breaking Loose starring Peter Phelps which in some territories was known as Breaking Loose:Summer City 2 [Confused]

I'd imagine it's some belated sequel to an earlier Aussie Drama Summer City (1977) that features both Mel Gibson and Wolf Creek's Jon Jarrat in the cast!

Never seen either but both look interesting enough to be worth checking out!


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The UK artwork for the fun Australian family flick BMX Bandits featuring an early performance from a young Nicole Kidman and directed by the very talented Brian Trenchard Smith.


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Entertainment In Video artwork (with added paper cut outs by myself to cover up any naughty bits! [Big Grin] ) for the awesome 1984 T&A Comedy Party Animal starring Matthew Causey and Timothy Carhart.
 
Posted by Logan 5 (Member # 1467) on :
 
Loving the vintage video rental magazines! Really taking me back!

The covers I already have a book or two full of...
 


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