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It! (1967) Entertaining killer statue flick [Big Grin] Roddy McDowall playing a Psycho like character with his skeleton Mum at home haha
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Good gosh, I saw It! almost 40 years ago. It is the epitome of trashy UK horror, from the same folks who did the Frozen Dead. The Golem meets Psycho!
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[Big Grin]

I just watched Blood of the Vampire (1958) On paper I should have adored the hell out of this, but it was just alright.

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Naw, you shouldn't have. It's a crude Hammer copy.
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Devil Doll (1964) I love this film to pieces [Big Grin] Still creeps me out to this day  -

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Lost gem. It scared the crap out of me as a kid. [Smile]
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Sid and Bernie keep having their amorous intentions snubbed by their girlfriends Joan and Anthea. The boys suggest a camping holiday, secretly intending to take them to a nudist camp. Of course they end up in the wrong place, and meet up with the weirdest bunch of campers you can imagine! Coach loads of sex-starved schoolgirls and bands of hippies all add to the laughs. -- IMDb

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The fab witchy film, Horror Hotel (1960) aka The City of the Dead

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The Birthday Party (1968). Robert Shaw, Patrick Magee, Sydney Tafler, Dandy Nichols, Moultrie Kelsall and Helen Fraser. A tenant who resides in a boarding house is set on by two strangers. Based on the play by Harold Pinter.
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Farewell My Lovely (1975). Robert Mitchum, Charlotte Rampling, John Ireland, Sylvia Miles, Anthony Zerbe, Harry Dean Stanton, Jack O'Halloran, Joe Spinell, Sylvester Stallone, Kate Murtagh, John O'Leary, Walter McGinn and Jim Thompson. In 1941 Los Angeles, private detective Philip Marlowe is engaged by a petty criminal to track down his girlfriend. Based on the novel by Raymond Chandler.
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Time came around once again over the weekend for my regular view of "Star Wars Ep 4 : A New Hope".

Always will love that movie, however, it is a little annoying when, in my mind, I find myself quoting Family Guy : Blue Harvest much of the way through....

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Murder On The Orient Express (1974). Agatha Christies famous story. Albert Finney as Hercule Poirot. A murder on the eponymous train gets the little grey cells working as a mriad od suspects are stuck in the snow. Stellar cast includes Lauren Bacall, John Gielgud, Richard Widmark, Michael York, Ingrid Bergman, Jacqueline Bisset, Martin Balsam, Sean Connery and Anthony Prkins, amongst others.
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This movie is vomit worthy IMO [Razz]
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i would have liked to see ustinov play murder on the orient rather the finney, after watching his poirot, he is poirot, in my mind anyway.
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The Man from the Deep River (1972)

This was a good exploitation film directed by Umberto Lenzi.
Starring Ivan Rassimov, very beautiful Me Me Lai and bunch of Thailand natives.

"A photographer on assignment in the rain forest is ambushed and held slave by a primitive tribe,
until the chief's daughter chooses him as her groom.
After being initiated by various tortures, he becomes a part of the tribe and helps them against modern dangers
and a cannibal tribe they're at war with." (IMDb)

Gore, nudity, cannibals, good score, disturbing rituals and animal cruelty.
I liked the heavily A Man Called Horse influenced plot and the cinematography.
It was pretty hard to watch the real animal killings though. Only in the 70s...

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The Southerner (1945). Zachary Scott, Betty Field, J. Caroll Naish, Beulah Bondi, Percy Kilbride, Charles Kemper, Blanche Yurka, Norman Llloyd, Estelle Taylor, Paul Harvey, Noreen Nash, Jack Norworth, Nestor Paiva, Paul Burns, Jay Gilpin and Jean Vanderwilt. A year in the life of a family of cotton farmers, who labour to make it turn out well in spite of overpowering probabilities. Based on the novel Hold Autumn in Your Hand by George Sessions Perry.
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Two Amicus films, And Now The Screaming Starts and my fave The House That Dripped Blood [Smile]

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And 2 Coffin Joe films, Hellish Flesh, which had a great second half and Hallucinations Of A Deranged Mind which was a bit of a cut and paste from outtakes and whatnot from previous films with new footage to make a new story. But it all kinda worked. What a loony [Smile]

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Alien [Smile]
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Last time I saw Alien, Yaphet Kotto was sitting behind me in the theatre. [Smile] .

One of the best horror films ever.

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Hehe, cool [Big Grin]
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I got Ridley Scott's autograph at that screening too! Fantastic!
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just recorded the gorgon, going to give it a go
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Great film [Big Grin]
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PHANTASM (1979):

Still A great classic to watch around Halloween time after all these years.

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Above and Beyond (1952). Robert Taylor, Eleanor Parker, James Whitmore, Larry Keating, Larry Gates, Marilyn Erskine, Stephen Dunne, Robert Barton and Hayden Rorke. Recounting of colonel Paul Tibbetts, who flew the plane Enola Gay which dropped the A-bomb on Hiroshima, his training and the effect that it had on his personal life.
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