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Black Caesar - It was all good but those last 20 mins or so were so exciting [Big Grin]

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Killer Nun - That was pretty funny [Big Grin]
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The Great Man (1956). Jose Ferrer, Dean Jagger, Keenan Wynn, Julie London, Joanne Gilbert and Ed Wynn. When a much beloved star is killed in a car crash, then an entertainment reporter is engaged to put together a tribute show, only to discover in the course of research that the star was in fact an utterly despicable fake. Based on the novel by Al Morgan.
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Prime Cut (1972)

Offbeat gangster drama starring Lee Marvin, Sissy Spacek and Gene Hackman (who steels the show
in every scene he's in).

From the dvd-sleeve : 'Michael Ritchie's breakneck direction propels the action along with
the speed of bullets. Prime Cut is prime excitement ! Punctuated with ruthless performances
by Marvin and Hackman, and featuring the in-the-flesh screen debut of Sissy Spacek, this gangster-movie
hits hard and cuts deep !'

A personal favorite of mine ! Highly recommended !!

The region 1 dvd features a spectacular looking widescreen transfer, while the the region 2 disc
is reportedly in full-screen.
Sadly no extra's on either disc.

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I like that one too [Smile]
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The Shout - What a really odd film. I will never be the same again after that horrifying shout scene [Eek!]
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[QUOTE]Originally posted by Helen_S:
[QB] Black Caesar - It was all good but those last 20 mins or so were so exciting [Big Grin]


Helen.. next up, Hell Up in Harlem ?

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I love The Shout. Odd and unforgettable.
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The Stepford Wives (1975). Katharine Ross, Paula Prentiss, Peter Masterson, Nanette Newman, Tina Louise, Carol Rossen, William Prince and Patrick O'Neal. A photographer moves with her lawyer husband as well as their two children from New York City to the rural Connecticut town of Stepford, where she along with a new friend try to work out why the wives are so blissfully subservient to their husbands. Based on the novel by Ira Levin.
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Just watched those ITC classic tv series. The Persuaders starring Roger Moore and Tony Curtis as playboy detectives having a bit of fun around Europe and Jason King starring Peter Wyngarde as the ex Interpol agent and best selling writer also doing his bit to capture the baddies.
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Yeah, I definitely wanna check out the sequel Johnny [Smile]
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Food of the Gods (1976). Marjoe Gortner, Pamela Franklin, Ralph Meeker, Jon Cypher, Ida Lupino, Belinda Balaski and Tom Stovall. People fight for their lives against savage chickens, worms, wasps and rats that have grown to monstrous sizes after consuming a strange substance on an island off the west Canadian coast. Based on a portion of the novel by H.G. Wells.
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The Glass House - Such a great, grubby made for TV prison flick. Vic Morrow was awesome.
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Sisters of Death - Started off kinda corny, but grew into a pretty decent slasher/thriller.

Oasis of Fear - Incredibly goofy, well up until the final third, giallo of sorts. The music and Ray Lovelock were hysterical.

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Fight For Your Life - Messed up revenge thriller, pretty distressing at times. The ending was sweet and the grandma was fabulous [Big Grin]
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Goin' Down the Road (1970). Doug McGrath, Paul Bradley, Jayne Eastwood, Cayle Chernin and Nicole Morin. Two Nova Scotians who are friends head west in hopes of a better life only to end up experiencing bad luck instead.
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Last Tango in Paris (1973). Marlon Brando, Marie Schneider, Jean-Marie Leaud, Darling Legitmus, Catherine Sola, Mauro Marchetti and Dan Diament. An expatriate American living in Paris whose wife has recently committed suicide starts a sexual relationship with a young, engaged Frenchwoman in which neither divulge anything about themselves to one another.
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The Italian Job (1969)

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Comic caper movie about a plan to steal a gold shipment from the streets of Turin by creating a traffic jam. -- IMDb

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Yikes, I got lots of catching up to do, after being away from the boards for almost four months.

Anyway, I've seen the following 1970s and pre-1970s films recently, mostly kaiju eiga and blaxploitation:

Terror of Mechagodzilla (1975)
Hell up in Harlem (1973)
Black Belt Jones (1974)
Destroy All Monsters (1968)
The Mysterians (1957)
Batman (1966)

I'll post my individual thoughts on each movie later on. Too tired to comment on them all together right now!

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Attack of the puppet people (1958) [Big Grin]

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Skatetown USA. I have a bootleg dvd copy from a 16mm print. A silly cheesy movie but I was such a disco skating maniac in 78-80 I saw all three movies.....Skatetown USA, Roller Boogie and Xanadu!! LOL

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I also posted up the dvd rip on Youtube for those interested. Check it out! =)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nB8gxBIDKEM&list=FLwM9g6NJWXNet1CrqexJMGQ&index=2&feature=plpp_video

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Skatexedge,

that's a really great upload you did on Youtube !

I've seen Xanadu and i have Rooler Boogie on dvd myself, but Skatetown USA is by far the most obscure
of the three.

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The Poseideon Adventure - 1972
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what did you think of the posideon remake a few years back?
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Not much. I thought Kurt Russel holding his breath under water for 30 minutes a bit hard to buy. Does not compare to the original. Wasn't that bad though.
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