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The Fourth Wish (1975). John Meillon, Robert Bettles, Robyn Nevin, Michael Craig, Cul Cullen, Ron Haddrick, Brian Anderson, Julie Dawson, Anne Haddy and Vivean Gray. A single father from Adelaide learns that his son has fatal leukemia and tries to achieve the latter's last three wishes.
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Two-Lane Blacktop (1971)

Not a bad 70's car flick.

It was only in the last 20 minutes that I realised the main actor was James Taylor. It's funny cos I recognised him because he was wearing the same green jumper he wears in some live performances.

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Jackson County Jail (1976)

This was an excellent crime flick directed by Michael Miller (Silent Rage)
The film was produced by Roger Corman and stars Yvette Mimieux and Tommy Lee Jones.
You can also see lots of familiar faces as co-stars.

Mimieux and Jones give fantastic performances. If you like gritty 70s crime movies, check it out!

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Caged Heat (1974)

This was an entertaining WIP flick directed by Jonathan Demme (Something Wild, The Silence of the Lambs)
Another future great Tak Fujimoto (Ferris etc.) handled the cinematography.

The wicked and wonderful cast includes Erica Gavin (love her also in Russ Meyers Vixen), Ella Reid,
Cheryl "Rainbeaux" Smith, Roberta Collins, Juanita Brown, Warren Miller and Barbara Steele.

While not quite the classic many people say, i liked this one very much.

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The Internecine Project (1974). James Coburn stars as a former secret agent who is about to be promoted to an advisor for the US government. However he needs to dispose of four people who know his shady past. He developes an intricate scheme whereby each person kills another on the list, whilst he sits at home overseeing the murders. There are a few interruptions and complications along the way, but thinking he has cleaned up his shady past he receives a package which contains a notebook from one of the people that he had killed. Inside the notebook there was a message that Coburn wasn't to be trusted and the pages contained a poison. Set in early 70 s London and co-starring Lee Grant, Harry Andrews, Ian Hendry, Michael Jayston. Well worth a look.
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That sounds interesting!
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Sinbad and the Eye of The Tiger (1977)

Sinbad The Sailor sails to deliver a cursed prince to a dangerous island in the face of deadly opposition from a powerful witch. -- IMDb


One of my childhood favourites.

I don't remember much about 7th/Golden Voyage, so look forward to checking them out.


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Sinbad (Patrick Wayne) / Princess Farah (Jane Seymour)

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Melanthius (Patrick Troughton) / Dione (Taryn Power)

Booooo..  -

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Kafi (Kurt Christian) / Zenobia (Margaret Whiting)


The magic of Ray Harryhausen:

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[Big Grin]

Witchfinder General (1968) [Big Grin]

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I need to get the Sinbad flicks.

Witchfinder General rocks!

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Finally watched Day of the Woman (1978) aka I Spit on Your Grave.

Very disturbing yes but i thought that it was pretty well made knowing that the budget was very limited.

Camille Keaton was excellent and now i want to see her other films.
Anyone seen her 70s italian movies?

I´m also going to check out the sequel soon.

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I have What Have You Done To Solange (1972), a good but downbeat, British set giallo, and Tragic Ceremony (1973),
an atmospheric gothic horror story directed by horror great Ricardo Freda.

Both may not be the very best that Italian genre cinema has to offer, but they're both well above average
and definitely worth a look !

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Zoltan, Hound Of Dracula - Erm, I liked the fun first ten minutes.
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The posters great tho  -

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Some Hammers, Demons of the mind, Straight on till morning and To The Devil A Daughter [Smile]
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One of my top 5 Hammers Countess Dracula and the fab Freaks (1932)

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I love watching Hammer's Lust For A Vampire every couple of years or so..
It has this dream-like atmosphere which i really like.

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Yeah, that one gets a bit of stick but I like it and the song haha [Smile]
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Embryo - Oh gee, I was enjoying this for the first half an hour or so but then was waiting for something more to happen but it never came till the very end. Snoozeville.
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The Raven (1963)

Highly entertaining horror farce starring horror icons Vincent Price, Boris Karloff, Peter Lorre,
Hazel Court, and a young Jack Nicholson, stylishly directed by Roger Corman.
Written by Richard Matheson based on a story by Edgar Allan Poe.

The climatic showdown between Price and Karloff is hilarious !
Check it out : www.youtube.com/watch?v=GKm7NloL8bA

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Yay Johnny, never leave me here alone [Big Grin]
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I'll battle every page of spam to find my way back to either this, or the giallo thread ! [Big Grin]
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Talking about Vincent Price, Shout! Factory has announced they will release a Vincent Price blu-ray collection box
on october 22nd, almost exactly twenty years after he passed away.
The box will include Fall Of The House Of Usher, The Haunted Palace, Masque Of The Red Death, Witchfinder General,
The Pit And The Pendulum, and The Abominable Dr. Phibes.

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dr. strangelove or how i learned to stop worrying and love the bomb
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