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Easy Rider - dont need to go into detail everyone knows this film lol
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Ooh, I bought that recently, haven't seen it in ages.
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Mean Streets - Early Scorcese film starring Robert De Niro and Harvey Keitel. A young hood grows up in Little Italy in the 50s. 8/10.
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Brilliant film, love it more every watch [Smile]
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Conflict, alias Catholics (1973). Trevor Howard, Martin Sheen, Raf Vallone, Cyril Cusack, Andrew Keir, Michael Gambon and Leon Vitale. In the future, a priest is sent by the Vatican to bring about reform in a secluded monastery led by an abbot in Ireland. Based on the novel by Brian Moore.
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Sisters - I forgotten how messed up and great this is [Big Grin]

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Did you know that there was a remake of this? It is not good,
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Yep, I knew I could rely on you to tell me how it is hehe [Smile]
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Westworld (1973)

A robot malfunction creates havoc and terror for unsuspecting vacationers at a futuristic, adult-themed amusement park. -- IMDb


One of the best movies of the '70s -- as long as you can ignore the numerous plot-holes and failed logic.

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Westworld is one of my favourites. The sequel Futureworld, is worth a look also. Stars Peter Fonda and Blythe Danner.
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Meatballs (1979)classic Bill Murray
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Grip of the strangler (1958)
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Watched Sunset Cove (1978) yesterday, the movie was directed by b-maestro Al Adamson.
A fun T&A flick including hot girls, cool dudes, a nerd, a fat guy, stupid cop and a mayor hungry for money and fame.
Lots of wtf? moments but that´s what make them more interesting.

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Season one boxset of a childhood favourite, The Six Million Dollar Man was stuffed in the letterbox today. Halfway through the first of three double length pilots (ha ha) and thirteen normal length ones for £10.49. Season two is only £5.49. That'll keep me quiet for aweek or two.
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Good stuff Harry [Smile]

Just watched The Fury (1978) [Smile]

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Good little film that. Underrated and never seen on TV any more. Similar theme to Scanners.

Just watched Trading Places (1983)

A snobbish investor and a wily street con artist find their positions reversed as part of a bet by two callous millionaires. Fantastic John Landis film, very much of the 80s. Eddie Murphy, Dan Ayrkoyd, Ralph Bellamy, Don Ameche and Jamie Lee Curtis star. 9/10 for me.

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Yeah, good strange flick and very Scanners-esque. Love that ending [Smile]
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The Fury is pretty good, i have the dvd.

Watched Tess (1979) yesterday.

It was a well made drama and a sad tale directed by Roman Polanski
and starring Nastassja Kinski, Peter Firth and Leigh Lawson.
A very long movie, about three hours, so don´t even try if you feel sleepy [Cool]

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A film that's just about to be released on Blu-ray is "Deep End", which was made right at the start of the 1970s. Since each decade follows on a little after the previous one has ended, it still had the 1960s flavour. This is a film that's long since been out of circulation and certainly deserves a re-issue - and even better in Blu-ray.
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If we're going further back here to the 1960s, I feel that "The Servant" was a brilliant film. Away from his Rank "Doctor in the House" type fo films, Dirk Bogarde gave an amazing preformance as the perfect manservant who looks after his master's ery whim - also brilliantly played by James Fox, and perfect in the role. The way the roles reverse is so subtly that you can't see it until it's obvious. A master film by Joseph Losey - Hollywood's loss.
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One of my absolute fave Hammers, Vampire Circus [Big Grin]

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The Mutations - Took me a little bit to warm up to but then really enjoyed the rest.
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"The Mutations"... What a goofy film, but pretty entertaining! I just watched "Nude for Satan." I like Italian horror films very much--and I like actress Rita Calderoni just as much--but this one was incoherently nuts. [Smile]
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LOL @ that title
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You should see the movie. If you asked me to tell you what it was about, I think that I'd just have to respond, "Rita Calderoni gets nude for Satan...a lot. In a castle. With a big spider. With some other weird people. And they roll around under colored lights with smoke pots going off...a lot. Did I mention that she gets nude for Satan?"

Nuttiest giallo or something like a giallo that I've ever seen!

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