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« Reply #45 on: March 11, 2007, 12:15:14 AM »

Thanks! I had never been able to find even any semi-reliable rumors that this film was ever actually made.

This is the film with one twin convicted of a crime and the plight of the other that will have to server he cojoined twin's sentence too?

It's actually a little more complicated than that. *SPOILER!* The judge trying the case can't make up his mind what to do if the twin is found guilty of murder so he has himself a mental spell and begs the audience for help! The film ends with him frantically looking around at the film's audience  and pleading "Please! tell me what I should do? Can any of you help me? Please! Someone?!?" Fade to black...

Chained for Life is definitely worth a look. The film does seem a bit long even at just over an hour, since there's endless padding with some really strange Vaudeville performances. My favorite is the nervous plate balancer who talks like Elmer Fudd. The crazed accordian player is simply amazing.

The twins sing a couple of songs (you'll hum 'em for days afterwards) and actually have rather nice voices... assuming they weren't dubbed. They don't play their saxophones, though. It's a pity; they were supposed to be really good saxophonists. Most shocking line is when the twins, who were well past fifty at the time, remark that they should think about marriage since they're almost thirty!

Someday I'll post about my experience seeing the really bad Broadway musical based on their lives called Sideshow.
I'll never forget the opening lyrics to the show. Not to my dying day:

Come look at the freaks!
Come gape at the geeks!
Their malformations
Give you consternations
For weeks and for weeks.
Only pennies for peeks...
(Big loud musical blast from the orchestra)

Seriously, watching bad live theater is like watching a bad movie times ten.
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Joe the Destroyer
« Reply #46 on: March 11, 2007, 01:37:12 AM »

I actually liked Matrix Reloaded the first time I saw it, but then the second time it just felt overly tedious.  It has its perks, but sweet jesus it could've been so much better!
B-Movie Kraken

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« Reply #47 on: March 11, 2007, 10:15:32 AM »

Has anyone here ever seen all the Witchcraft films? That has to be a one long series of suckiness, from the few I've seen. Then again, aren't the later ones just soft-core Skinamax type porn with some sorcery plot stuff thrown in to keep them in the legit film section of stores?

I've only seen Witchcraft 12, and it fits your description exactly.  It zips right past B movie and doesn't stop until it gets to grade Z schlock.  However, Janet Keijser is incredibly sexy  TeddyR Now I really want to see Halfway House, another film she starred in.

Another bad sequel is Wild Things 2.  I loved the first movie, but the second is just major suckage. 

The world is changed by your example, not by your opinion.

- Paulo Coelho
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