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Helen_S
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They're both fabulous [Big Grin]
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Dr. Phibes being a little bit more fabulous than Blacula ofcourse. [Razz]
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Blacula is good fun. Phibes, to me, is a masterpiece and is fabulous!
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Hehehe [Big Grin]
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The Masque of the Red Death 1964.
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Firepower (1979)

"A merc is hired by the FBI to track down a powerful recluse criminal.
A woman is also trying to track him down for her own personal vendetta." (IMDb)

This was a decent yet highly entertaining late 70s action/caper movie directed by Michael Winner.
Starring James Coburn, Sophia Loren, O.J. Simpson, Eli Wallach, Anthony Franciosa and George Grizzard.

Great locations (shot in the Caribbean), beautiful Sophia Loren, good action plus lots of explosions
and nice, easy-going feel.
I own the good quality scandi dvd.

Firepower trailer

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Fantastic Planet.
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Fantastic Planet is excellent.
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^ Yeah is still gives me the heebie jeebies. Love it.
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Suddenly (1954)
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Alice Sweet Alice - Ok, not as good as I remembered. Some of the perfomances and pacing was off.

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Warlords of Atlantis (1978)

Finally got to see this one. It has long been the missing one of the Kevin Connor fantasy / adventure films
in my collection. But to be honest, i actually thought this was the weakest of the 5.
It's still fun though, with all the rubbery monsters showing up once again and Doug McClure
chewing up every scene he's in. [Big Grin]

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i watched blacula, it was pretty hard to sit through.

im betting cold hard cash though that dr phibes is a killer movie

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Warlords of Atlantis (1978)

Finally got to see this one. It has long been the missing one of the Kevin Connor fantasy / adventure films
in my collection. But to be honest, i actually thought this was the weakest of the 5.
It's still fun though, with all the rubbery monsters showing up once again and Doug McClure
chewing up every scene he's in. [Big Grin]

The other day I watch again The Land That Time Forgot 1975. Trippy flicks. They just make my whisky glass sweeter.
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Eureka Stockade (1949). Chips Rafferty, Jane Barrett, Jack Lambert, Gordon Jackson, Peter Illing, Ralph Truman, Sydney Loder, Peter Finch, Grant Taylor, Kevin Brennan, John Fegan, Reg Wykeham, Al Thomas, John Fernside and Betty Ross. Frictions result between prospectors and authorities during the 1850s Australian gold rush when the former have their liberty restricted. The prospectors make a stand at Eureka Stockade, which leads to a confrontation with the government.
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Bitter Springs (1950). Chips Rafferty, Tommy Trinder, Gordon Jackson, Jean Blue, Michael Pate, Charles Tingwell, Nonnie Piper, Nicky Yardley and Henry Murdock. A sheep farming family who take up residence on outback land come into conflict with local aborigines who resent their presence besides their attempts to drive them off.
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dr phibes, it was good.


watching taxi now,danny d is great on there

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The Man Who Haunted Himself - Really great, tense psychological horror and Roger Moore was stunning here  -
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Becket 1964
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The Seventh Seal. Can't get enough of this masterpiece.
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Frigging excellent. Caught it on TV late at night when I was younger. It was like a trippy extra-long episode of 'The Saint'. It's a bit tacky in that early 70's way, but it really sticks in your mind.
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The Poseidon Adventure (1972)

A group of passengers struggle to survive and escape, when their ocean liner completely capsizes at sea. -- IMDb

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who else likes the movie goin south?
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I don't mind "Goin' South." It's not a masterpiece by any means, but it is fun. (Jack Nicholson and John Belushi seem to be having a blast.) And it did herald the arrival of a new talent--and really good actress--in Mary Steenburgen. [Smile]
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Solaris 1972
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