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« Reply #15 on: June 24, 2007, 01:48:10 PM »

i own this pretty disturbing Austrian film called "In A Glass Cage." per the Psychotronic Movie Guide - the director of it had a pie thrown in his face at the Cannes Film Festival.

and if you watch it you just might want to throw one yourself. i'm not even sure if i really like the film, but like a bad car wreck it's hard to ignore. even John Waters said it's a film that he fears would lose him friends if he showed it to them.
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« Reply #16 on: June 24, 2007, 01:56:44 PM »

even John Waters said it's a film that he fears would lose him friends if he showed it to them.

Would you say it is Brown Bunny-bad?
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« Reply #17 on: June 24, 2007, 04:38:42 PM »

HAHA!

i'd say a little more edgy.

even John Waters said it's a film that he fears would lose him friends if he showed it to them.

Would you say it is Brown Bunny-bad?
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« Reply #18 on: June 24, 2007, 09:51:46 PM »

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In A Glass Cage

Would this be the one about the pedophile Nazi in the iron lung?

Yeow!  Buggedout

Definitely one of the most disturbing and creepy things I've ever laid eyes on.
Oddly, kinda boring, too. I never finished it.

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I have CDs with several Herrmann soundtracks including THE GHOST AND MRS MUIR, PSYCHO, MYSTERIOUS ISLAND, TAXI DRIVER..

Johm Morgan and Bill Stromberg, who have done so many of the terrific film score reconstructions/recordings for Naxos, have just recorded the complete MYSTERIOUS ISLAND and FAHRENHEIT 451 scores for release later this year.  Thumbup

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Arsenal -- Confusing as hell silent Ukranian film from 1928 about an event during World War I.
I've got this one as well. At the risk of sounding like an un-American dirty Commie, I really love those Russian avant guarde films from the 20s and 30s. What great images! I've also got MAN WITH A MOVIE CAMERA, AELITA: QUEEN OF MARS, and several by by Eisenstein. IVAN THE TERRIBLE PART 2 is one of the most unbelievably wild and bizarre films around.
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« Reply #19 on: June 25, 2007, 12:04:36 PM »

I don't own it, but the video store I used to go to had Hollywood High, which i don't think has been released on DVD. it's awesome, somewhere between Animal House and Revenge of the Nerds.  It hada a good sequal too.


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« Reply #20 on: June 25, 2007, 03:48:22 PM »

My 8th grade Tech teacher showed us Man with a Movie Camera. He showed it every year his whole career. He also showed us Duck and Cover, Red Dawn, and Nightbreaker. He had a thing for Soviet Russia and the Cold War. The Ghost and Mrs. Muir is my special lady friend's favorite.

I never saw Hollywood High, but I did see Hollywood High Part 2! I didn't really like that one too much. I heard the first one was much better. I rather did enjoy My Tutor and The Last American Virgin in the somewhere between Animal House and Revenge of the Nerds category, though. Incidently, she's got the Brian May soundtrack of Dr. Giggles. I've got to upgrade that one. It seems all of my VHS are going the way of the Quagga these days.

Kester, was that Star Crystal the same as Brigette Neilson's Galaxis, because Galaxis also goes under that name? I actually saw it as Star Crystal when it was on WPIX 11 a looong time ago.

War of the Robots is awesome! I've got that one. How about The Last Man on Earth? Not the Vincent Price one (which is actually an incredible movie) but the one from the 20s. Local yokel Elmer Smith is the last fertile man on the planet. Man, that one cracks me up! I don't know if I saw The Thirteenth Guest or just heard about it. Ginger Rogers was in a film called A Shriek in the Night that I just saw within the past couple years. I thought that one was really good.

I've got a ton of doubles but notably I've got three copies of Oasis of the Zombies, three copies of The Satanic Rites of Dracula, and four copies of The Snake People.

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« Reply #21 on: June 25, 2007, 04:27:54 PM »

I liked hollywood high 2, but part one had a little more personality.



Another one I used to force people to watch that hasn't been released on DVD is "Tomcat: dangerous desires" starring richard Grieco.  It has to be the worst movie ever.  Really.  i've seen all the ed wood and something weird things.  it's just in it's own universe.
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« Reply #22 on: June 25, 2007, 04:31:59 PM »

almost forgot old (literally) Peege  the most depressing movie ever made.

read the descritpion left by the mental patient who gave it a good review and see if it sounds fun to you
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« Reply #23 on: June 25, 2007, 05:52:58 PM »

Kester, was that Star Crystal the same as Brigette Neilson's Galaxis, because Galaxis also goes under that name? I actually saw it as Star Crystal when it was on WPIX 11 a looong time ago.


While I wouldn't doubt I've owned both on video at some point I meant this one. . .


The movie that used what looks like store bought toy "laser" guns and had this super futuristic computer tracking display. .


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War of the Robots is awesome! I've got that one.


Now if someone would just relesae a box set including ALL the other titles in the series.

I, too, have Oasis of the Zombies.  Though it's on one of those multi-packs and looks horrible.  Which is just as well since I prefer Zombie Lake, which is NOT the worst zombie movie ever made.  It just seems that way while you're watching it.  ;)

As for Satanic Rites of Dracula, I have that too.  Kind of hard NOT to own a copy since it seems like every PD label on the planet released a version of it.
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« Reply #24 on: June 25, 2007, 06:59:54 PM »

You forgot to mention the best part about those "computer screens" in "Star Crystal."  That would be watching the little white "Alien" dot chase around one or more red "human" dots.
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« Reply #25 on: June 25, 2007, 10:32:24 PM »

I've got a movie on VHS that stars none other than vocalist/bass player Les Claypool from the band Primus in it.

It's called The Adventures of the Kung-Fu Rascals. 

Les plays the evil sheriff in it.

I think that it's directed by the guy who did Gyver.

Everyone I had shown this movie to (including some hardcore Primus fans like myself) have never heard of it. I ran across it for a dollar at a mom/pop video store that was going out of business.
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« Reply #26 on: June 25, 2007, 10:48:28 PM »


The most obscure movie I own would have to be The Worm Eaters. The Mrs. and I also seem to be the only people who like it for that matter. Itís one of our favorite movies. Yeah, it's a cheesy b-movie, but it puts a mile-wide smile our faces! I'm being Umgar for Halloween. I've got the rose and the platform shoe. I also used to own Flesh Eating Mothers but I sold it. I wasn't terribly fond of it, and a acquaintance offered $10 for it. One born every minute, as they say. I've also got this movie called A Bell from Hell, a very overlooked Spanish horror film. Kicks the crap out of any of those wretched Blind Dead movies. Ugh! I got one of those 4 in 1 jobbers with the third one on it. Awful. However, in the same set I did luck out. I got the uncut House by the Cemetery and unknowingly completed Fulci's zombie cycle. Also El Espanto Surge de la Tumba (Horror Rises from the Tomb) which is one of the worst-yet-somehow-entertaining movies I've ever seen. I've never seen a horror movie degrade into a soft core porn in such a way before or since. Its something else.

THE WORM EATERS...............now that was truely tough to swallow Smile. In fact I never finished it after purchasing it. Then I traded it.

I really enjoy both A BELL FROM HELL and HORROR RISES FROM THE TOMB.

HOUSE BY THE CEMETARY is ok, nothing special in my opinion.



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« Reply #27 on: June 26, 2007, 12:28:25 AM »

In exchange for helping proof his reviews, Andrew kindly offered to gift me with some dvd's.  I requested a copy of THE WORM EATERS, which he granted with some trepidation.

I'd say the best movie I own that most people have never heard of would be THE REFLECTING SKIN, a very Lynch-esque film about the troubled childhood of a young boy in the midwest.  It seems he believes his neighbor is a vampire, his brother is dying of radiation poisoning and there is a child murderer lurking.

I've also always been interested in this film: WAX, OR THE DISCOVERY OF TELEVISON AMONG THE BEES.
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« Reply #28 on: June 26, 2007, 05:59:55 AM »

I highly recommend COMBAT SHOCK....a truly horrifying and bizzare little movie about a Nam vet,his deformed baby,and his extermly ,wacked out out there journey to the welfare office...he encounters drug dealers,pimps,junkies,and ...he finds a gun.Unforgettable!
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« Reply #29 on: June 26, 2007, 09:02:33 AM »

I remember that movie! It was one of those really late, stress filled college nights when you go semi insane from whatever, wander into a buddy's room where you know you can get a drink, and they're watching some ridiculous movie. Then you sit down in utter awe of what's going on and forget what the hell you were doing. I almost totally forgot about that one! I know what I'm geting next.


I really liked HOUSE BY THE CEMETERY, on the account that I really enjoy Fulci movies. I like his camera work and get a kick out of his post-narrative style. I feel that the whole point of Fulci's canon is to push the limits of how you define "over the top." Fulci never seems to concern himself with how well the actors are delivering their lines or how the plot twists in the script are going to impact the movie. Fulci is concerned with the position of the camera, the idea of the scene (however abstract or nonsensical), and, of course, the blood. HBTC is a good example of that, the throat slashing scene in particular. The job could have been done with in one slice, but no. Four slashes later... The big problem with HBTC is Bob, one of the most annoying children in cinematic history! I don't know, Fulci movies are addicting comparable to the way people get sucked in by Springer. I've got a horror movie club at the Teen center I run, and they were half and half on that one. Those kids always surprise me though. They all hated Suspiria but literally got up and cheered at the end of Phenomena. (It was Italian Horror month)
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