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« Reply #840 on: September 17, 2008, 05:40:28 PM »

in the last two or three months i have purchased:

the pit
made in britain
shaolin wooden men
mom and dad save the world
the keep
the professional
the kindred
the brain
swimming with sharks
twilight zone season 1  ( the one from the 80s)
the monster in the closet
forbidden kingdom
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« Reply #841 on: September 25, 2008, 01:24:31 PM »

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« Reply #842 on: September 25, 2008, 06:25:23 PM »

Howard the Duck
Quest for the Mighty Sword, ( it has two Troll 2 Goblins in it).
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« Reply #843 on: September 26, 2008, 08:49:54 AM »

Castle of the Walking Dead - got the VHS of this as the DVD has 12 minutes of footage edited out.  Hey, a Castle, walking dead, gotta be great, right?
The Backlot Murders - looks like a fun and cheesy slasher.
Memorial Day - described as a blatant Friday the 13th ripoff.  Sounds good to me  TeddyR
Plague of the Zombies - saw this years ago and really liked it.  Ordered the VHS as I was too cheap to pay $10 more for the double feature DVD.
Incubus - Tara Reid stars in this horror movie.  I dunno, trailer looks good.
Tower of Blood - supposedly a pretty crummy slasher, but maybe entertaining.  I hope.
Texas Chainsaw Massacre (2004 remake) - loved this movie, finally picked it up.
Prom Night (the original one) - was watching my horrible VHS tape I recorded off the Sci-Fi Channel, decided there's a really nice DVD of this, so I sent for it.  I love this movie.
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« Reply #844 on: September 27, 2008, 02:49:18 PM »

From Busy Bee Flea Market,in Paw Paw Michigan....
.BATTLE for the PLANNET of the APES- the last film in the Apes saga.
the DEERHUNTER
.HANOI HILTON
.STAR TREK- Menagerie episodes!
.The AMITYVILLE HORROR and The AMITY HORROR  2-the POSSESION!
.Gerorge Romero's KNIGHTRIDERS!!!!

all on vhs-sum total spent...$12!!!  Smile
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« Reply #845 on: September 27, 2008, 08:50:09 PM »

Big post-birthday bonanza of gifts (mostly DVDs!):

Dr. Strangelove: or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Learned to Love the Bomb
The Keep
Koyannisqatsi
Conan The Destroyer
Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2: The Gruesome Edition
Pan's Labyrinth
The DaVinci Code
Hot Fuzz


Nice haul, eh?   Thumbup TeddyR
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« Reply #846 on: September 27, 2008, 09:13:35 PM »

Big post-birthday bonanza of gifts (mostly DVDs!):

Dr. Strangelove: or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Learned to Love the Bomb
The Keep
Koyannisqatsi
Conan The Destroyer
Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2: The Gruesome Edition
Pan's Labyrinth
The DaVinci Code
Hot Fuzz


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You bet! I liked Hot Fuzz OK (which edition do you have?), TCM2 was great, and so was Pan's labyrinth (Though for obviously different reasons :P). I refuse to buy Strangelove until they let the alternate ending loose, though Hatred .

Speaking of birthdays, here are my gifts, along with earlier and later others I've neglected to inform you of :P

The Kid Stays in the Picture - I bought it because I heard it had deleted footage from Marathon Man... I was wrong :P

Untraceable - OK thriller, but really fell short of exploring it's disturbing subject and occasionally fell into predictability

Full Metal Jacket - My favorite Kubrick film yet, though I'm in the minority who prefers the Vietnam scenes

Falling Down - Great film, in my top 15 TeddyR

Tourist Trap - I'm a big fan of Puppet Master and I heard David Shmoeller's earlier work was incredibly scary. Well, it didn't have me on the edge 24/7, but it was a big head trip

Take the Money and Run - Great comedy, one of the few to make me laugh at the same parts multiple times :)

Spider Baby - Love it, twisted horror comedy in the same vein as The Comedy of Terrors

The 1,000 eyes of Dr. Mabuse - Fritz Lang's last film, and the third in his Mabuse trilogy. This one relies heavily on the pulp, and certainly doesn't seem as well made as it's predecessors, though it should still be enjoyable.

Bataan - One of my favorite war films, in fact, one of my favorite films, especially the last quarter. Spooky!

The Puppet Master Collection - Couldn't wait to get my hands on this one! After Phantasm, this is my favorite horror franchise.

The Howling - Okay when I saw it on cable, hopefully, it'll amaze me uncut and with deleted footage.

Carlito's Way - Curious about this one since reading a coupla spoiler-rific reviews. So far I've watched the 1st 25 minutes, and boy does Pacino seem to be hamming it up. Hopefully it'll really take a hold of me later on, I'd hate to be disappointed since this is the first "gritty, violent gangster flick" I've the pleasure of owning.
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« Reply #847 on: September 29, 2008, 11:42:12 AM »

Murder Rock - some sort of slasher flick set in a dance studio, hopefully full of hot babes in spandex.
Resident Demon - some people move into a new house, only to discover it's inhabited by an evil spirit that jumps from body to body.  Sounds like it's zero budget, but I'm keeping my fingers crossed.
Shadow Hunters - Why did I order this?  Here's a screenshot:

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« Reply #848 on: October 04, 2008, 10:14:32 AM »

the church
ghoulies I & II
troll I & II
aeon flux (not the movie, the original series)

i grew up on ghoulies and troll, i havent seen them in forever. ive never seen troll 2, ive heard that its really bad. and i got the aeon flux series for a dollar, woo-hoo! someone before me posted pans labrynth, i was fortunate enough to see that one in an empty theatre. it blew me away, i almost cried at the end but i keep it real. im from the streets.
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« Reply #849 on: October 04, 2008, 11:25:52 PM »

Big post-birthday bonanza of gifts (mostly DVDs!):

Dr. Strangelove: or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Learned to Love the Bomb
The Keep
Koyannisqatsi
Conan The Destroyer
Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2: The Gruesome Edition
Pan's Labyrinth
The DaVinci Code
Hot Fuzz


Nice haul, eh?   Thumbup TeddyR
You bet! I liked Hot Fuzz OK (which edition do you have?)

Mr. B: I got the R1 widescreen with all the bonus features, including a great part where Pegg and Frost do a scene as Sean Connery and Michael Caine.  Hilarious!

Oh, and today I got a great combo of stuff:

Duck Soup (cuz I adore the Marx Bros.)
Pat Garrett & Billy The Kid (cuz I worship Peckinpah)
At Long Last Love (cuz I love bad movies AND Bogdanovich)
Abby (Cuz it was William Girdler, an Exorcist ripoff and horrible - why not??)

EDIT - Also got:

The Hitch Hikers Guide to the Galaxy (1981)
Monty Python Live at the Hollywood Bowl
Tron
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« Reply #850 on: October 06, 2008, 04:01:05 PM »

Bog (1978) (The ending is hillarious, and there a bit where an actor totally screws-up their line; for the most part, do not get this movie.)

Day of the Triffids (1962)

The Corpse Grinders (1972)
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« Reply #851 on: October 07, 2008, 09:56:52 PM »

Just got Black Sheep and Tremors 1 through 4. 
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« Reply #852 on: October 08, 2008, 07:55:41 AM »

Hollow Man (Superbit edition) - always liked this movie, and I'm always up for one of those superbit titles with top notch video and audio.  I've only seen the edited for TV version, I'm hoping there's a bit more in the DVD version  TeddyR

Blood-O-Rama - 4 movie collection including The Torture Chamber of Dr. Sadism (1967) aka Castle of the Walking Dead.  Kind of screwed up, I thought by buying the VHS version of Castle I'd get the unedited version, but no, you have to buy it under it's other name, Torture Chamber.  So I found it on this DVD set.  I love this movie.  Also includes Claw of Terror (1973), Black Mamba (1974) and Movie House Massacre (1984).  All of which don't sound too good from the reviews I've read.  Oh well, just got it for Torture Chamber of Dr. Sadism, anything else is a bonus.

Rush Week - another slasher from the '80s.  Read some good reviews, figured I'd give it a try.

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« Reply #853 on: October 10, 2008, 01:37:24 AM »

Mostly, the Dragon Dynasty movies lately.
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« Reply #854 on: October 13, 2008, 08:13:01 AM »

Heartstopper - some slasher with people in a hospital.  Robert Englund has a supporting role.  Sounds interesting.
Bride of Chucky - one of my "It ain't Halloween until I've seen this movie" movies.  Finally picked up the DVD.
The Zero Boys - '80s slasher.  Sounds, well, really interesting from all the positive reviews I've read.
The Black Hole - always loved this movie.  Finally got the DVD.
The Woods - sounds like a "5ive Girls" type movie, girls at a boarding school unravel a supernatural mystery. 
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