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Zombish
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I'm looking for violent 80's movies, anything from horror to action to sci - fi.

cheers people.

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A lot of 80's "violence" will look dated now. "The Boys Next Door" with Charlie Sheen and Maxwell Caulfield is pretty cool though. Awesome soundtrack too.

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0090770/

http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=ZBXimE2YJP8

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Oh cheers, I'll look into picking this film up,
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Howard the Duck!

MM

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MM,

You are right! Howard the Duck scared the crap out [Eek!] of me!!!

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How about...

- Commando
- Alien
- Aliens
- Predator
- The Terminator
- Platoon
- Full Metal Jacket
- The Hitcher (gotta see this one)

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quote:
Originally posted by jdocster04:
How about...

- Commando
- Alien
- Aliens
- Predator
- The Terminator
- Platoon
- Full Metal Jacket
- The Hitcher (gotta see this one)

I've got all them bad boys! and they are all great movies, I watched cammando last night has it goes.
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quote:
Originally posted by Mire Mare:
Howard the Duck!

MM

class film, but I'm sure over here it was a pg. ???
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You have to read between the lines!

Very Scary stuff once it clicks!

Not unlike the boat TRIP scene in Charlie and the Chocolate factory!

Christ that **** is bad to the bone!

MM

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CLASS of 1984
SAVAGE STREETS
any of those 80s slasher flicks like FRIDAY THE 13TH

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Once upon a time in America. The greatest gangster film ever imo.
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8 Million Ways To Die.

The title is a real winner. Crime movie. Written by Oliver Stone (Scarface). Amazing picture.

I also recommend Tragic Hero. A Hong Kong Crime movie starring Chow Yun Fat and Andy Lau. Very violent. My personal favourite Crime movie from Hong Kong.

The Killer with Chow Yun-Fat if you haven't already as well. Essential John Woo movie with tons of action.

Die Hard, Lethal Weapon, Terminator and Robocop are infamously violent (especially Robocop, which is grotesquely violent).

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quote:
Originally posted by Mire Mare:
You have to read between the lines!

Very Scary stuff once it clicks!

Not unlike the boat TRIP scene in Charlie and the Chocolate factory!

Christ that **** is bad to the bone!

MM

oh yeah def, any movie about a talking duck will sends chills through me for years to come [Wink]
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quote:
Originally posted by mamamiasweetpeaches:
CLASS of 1984
SAVAGE STREETS
any of those 80s slasher flicks like FRIDAY THE 13TH

I've always wanted to get my hands on SAVAGE STREETS, I've got class of 1984 at home, firm fav of mine, cheers
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quote:
Originally posted by Henry Spencer:
8 Million Ways To Die.

The title is a real winner. Crime movie. Written by Oliver Stone (Scarface). Amazing picture.

I also recommend Tragic Hero. A Hong Kong Crime movie starring Chow Yun Fat and Andy Lau. Very violent. My personal favourite Crime movie from Hong Kong.

The Killer with Chow Yun-Fat if you haven't already as well. Essential John Woo movie with tons of action.

Die Hard, Lethal Weapon, Terminator and Robocop are infamously violent (especially Robocop, which is grotesquely violent).

thanks for them, I'll check out 8 millons ways to die,

You gotta love robocop man!

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