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Young Frankenstein 1974

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Possibly the greatest car chase ever, The French Connection with a yak track by the legendary William Friedkin.1971. Every scene is on location, They even get their pals to jam up the Brooklyn Bridge to film a traffic jam scene. Gene Hackman and Roy Schneider star with Fernando Rey and Tony Lo Bianco.
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"Point Blank" (1967) with Lee Marvin, Angie D|ckinson, and pre-Animal House John Vernon.
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Despair (1977). Dirk Bogarde, Andrea Ferreol, Volker Spengler and Klaus Lowitsch. A Russian emigre businessman who manages a chocolate factory in early 1930s Berlin slowly goes mad as the Nazis start to take power.
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The House That Dripped Blood (1970). Amicus anthology connected by a nondescript house. Starring Peter Cushing, Christopher Lee, John Pertwee, Denholm Elliot and several british stalwarts of the early seventies.
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I adore that film so much. It's my fave Amicus film and my second fave anthology. Dead of Night (1945) just pips it for me.
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You got me in an Amicus mood and just watched The Vault of Horror. I love that last voodoo tale the best [Smile]
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I'm halfway through my Amicus coffin box set at present. In 'And Now The Screaming Starts' a young married couple are thrown into a web of fear when they move into an eerie house that is subject to an evil curse and inhabited by a dismembered hand. 'Doctor Terror's House Of Horror' tells how Doctor Terror catches a train and persuades five passengers to have their fortunes told using the Tarot Cards. In 'The House That Dripped Blood' an investigator looks into the strange goings-on in an empty house. 'Asylum' consists of four tales of terror which are revealed to a new doctor by four mental asylum inmates. Each tale leads to a puzzling mystery which is solved during the final tale. 'The Beast Must Die' finds a rich sportsman who invites a number of guests to his house with the knowledge that one of them is a werewolf. The film features a novel 'guess who' sequence at the end.
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Also Marathon Man starring Dustin Hoffman and Laurence Olivier about Nazis smuggling jews out of Germany in return for diamonds with a famous dentistry scene.
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Oh man, the dentist scene is a classic [Cool]
Good movie!

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I have that coffin set too Harry [Big Grin] Now you're making me wanna watch them all again.

I hardly ever hear any good comments about The Beast Must Die but I personally love it, one of my fave werewolf films.

"And now, the werewolf break" [Big Grin] [Razz]

Have you seen The Skull? One of the best Amicus films imo

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I watched Gorgo(1961) for the first time in years

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Hehe [Big Grin]

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Have seen The Skull a couple of times. I just love the era 65-75 when the UK had a thriving film industry. Watching Blood On Satans Claw at present, filmed in a small village about ten miles from where I live called Bix, near Henley On Thames.

Two books that are worth looking out for

Ten Years of Terror: British Films of the 1970s
by Harvey Fenton and David Flint

Encyclopaedic list of films, tv plays and even unfilmed projects. Out of print now, amazon has second hand copies at over 100 pounds.

Amicus: The Studio That Dripped Blood by Allan Bryce. Also out of print sixty five pounds used on Amazon. Worth a look for a history of the studio.

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quote:
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[QB]Watching Blood On Satans Claw at present, filmed in a small village about ten miles from where I live called Bix, near Henley On Thames.

That's pretty cool [Big Grin] Great flick.

Yeah, that era is magic [Big Grin]

Those books sound good. Shame they're out of print now.

Last night I watched the 1959 Michael Gough film Horrors of the black museum. Still good but I enjoyed it a lot more first time around.

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Suspiria and Equus
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From Beyond The Grave, Amicus's greatest moment.Four stories connected by a mysterious antique shop manned by Peter Cushing. Only three pounds to buy on DVD. 9/10.
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Fantastic stuff. The blue room story creeps me out to this day. I put it second to The House That Dripped Blood.
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The Children's Hour (1961)
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The Great Escape (1963)
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The Hammer Karnstein Trilogy - The Vampire Lovers, Lust For A Vampire and Twins of Evil. And my second fave horror, The Wicker Man.
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Absolution written by Anthony Schaffer (Frenzy/Sleuth/Wicker Man)starring Richard Burton as a priest/teacher in a Catholic school. Benjamin Stanfield is tired of being the teacher's pet and decides to play a practical joke on his form master Father Goddard (Burton). In confession, Stanfield tells Goddard that he has accidentally murdered his friend Blakey and buried him in the forest. When Goddard investigates the matter, he finds a buried scarecrow. Goddard is outraged, but, due to the seal of confession, he knows he cannot expel Stanfield. Shortly after, Stanfield once again enters the confession booth, telling Goddard that what before was a practical joke, he has now made happen. In disbelief, Goddard once again goes to the forest to investigate the matter. This time, he discovers Blakey's dead body. The plot soon thickens as Stanfield's fellow student Arthur Dyson mysteriously disappears..
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just watched the wanderers last night not bad quite funny in bits reminds me of the warriors a bit i love that film!
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I recorded that last night, will get to it soon. Welcome to the boards amaranth [Smile]

Last watched Hi, Mom!

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