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« Reply #7680 on: June 24, 2014, 09:34:54 AM »

Yesterday I watched a rather unusual horror film called EVIDENCE.  You thought it was going to be just another "found footage" bigfoot movie, and none of the characters were the least bit sympathetic, but then in the last 20 minutes the story takes a crazy skidding left turn, and you are left wondering "What the HECK did I just watch??"  They interspersed the final bits of tape with the closing credits, and I was sucked in enough that I literally watched till the very last second of the credits, trying to get some clue as to what the end was about.  I don't know that it was a "good" movie but it sure held my attention!
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« Reply #7681 on: June 24, 2014, 09:24:03 PM »

"Frankenstein's Army" (2013) In the waning days of WWII, a squad of Russian soldiers are sent into Germany, where they discover a secret lab where a descendent of Dr. Frankenstein is using parts of  dead Nazis to create bio-mechanical zombie soldiers. The film is shot in "found footage" style (seen thru the eyes of one of the Russians, who's shooting a propaganda film), which can be annoying at times, but the bizarro creature designs and some truly sick gore kept me watching. Weird but cool!
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« Reply #7682 on: June 25, 2014, 08:04:32 AM »

Phantom Force (2004) - so there's this ancient rock that can open the door to...some supernatural place where big burly medieval bad guys live. Oddly enough it winds up on a submarine, and it's not long before contact is lost and Phantom Force has to be sent in to save the day. They're led by Richard Grieco and then there's Jenna Gering doing a wonderful job of filling out her tight tank top. And some other people. The whole thing is silly and ridiculous which is sort of what makes it fun. They've even got Ghotsbusters guns and ectoplasm and laser fields which transport them to the ghostly dimension, and a bunch of Russian soldiers blasting away at the burly dudes with thousands of rounds of ammo. But they're not main characters so their bullets don't hurt the bad guys. Grieco on the other hand can KO a bad guy by hitting him with a rifle butt. 3/5.
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« Reply #7683 on: June 25, 2014, 08:46:52 AM »

SNOWBEAST (1977): A bigfoot-like creature terrorizes the ski slopes in this non-thriller originally made for TV. If you like watching people ski around looking for a monster that almost never appears, this is a great movie! 1.5/5.

THE LUNCHBOX (2013): A neglected housewife starts a correspondence with a widowed accountant nearing retirement when he is mistakenly delivered the special lunch she made to impress her distant husband. More interesting to Westerners for its peek at the lives and customs of average residents of modern day Mumbai than it is for its ordinary (though well-acted) drama. If this story was set in (say) Seattle, it would be quite a bore. 2.5/5.
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« Reply #7684 on: June 25, 2014, 06:46:11 PM »

jack- if you ever get a chance check out Grieco's "Tomcat: Dangerous Desires" it's just about the goofiest thing ever made
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« Reply #7685 on: June 25, 2014, 09:25:56 PM »

"Invisible Invaders" (1959) Charmingly silly atomic-age schlock about an attack on Earth by unseen aliens with the ability to "possess" and re-animate dead bodies. Suposedly the "walking dead" scenes in this movie were a major influence on a young George A. Romero, thus cementing its rep as an early "zombie movie."
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« Reply #7686 on: June 26, 2014, 06:08:21 AM »

Seven Mummies (2006) - some prison inmates are being transported through the desert and their van goes into a ditch and they escape. Along with their guard - Cerina Vincent in an incredibly sweaty tank top Thumbup (Not that she's the only reason to watch this movie but...she's the only reason to watch this movie.) They meet an old Indian (Danny Trejo) who tells them of a town where gold is buried (you'd think from his maniacal laughter they'd figure out it was a bad idea to go there?) so they're off to the town. They discover a place straight out of the old West, with Billy Drago for a sheriff. All seems fine until nightfall when the residents turn into flesh eating zombies or something. There are Kung-Fu mummies too. Yup, Kung-Fu mummies. 

This was stupid and bad but...Cerina Vincent in an incredibly sweaty tank top! 3/5.
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« Reply #7687 on: June 26, 2014, 06:09:54 AM »

jack- if you ever get a chance check out Grieco's "Tomcat: Dangerous Desires" it's just about the goofiest thing ever made

I'll have to check that out sometime, sounds fun.
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« Reply #7688 on: June 26, 2014, 07:23:46 AM »

It's so stupid i don't think it's even made the jump to DVD. He gets injected with cat genes or something and develops amazing dancing and romancing ability
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« Reply #7689 on: June 26, 2014, 09:24:09 AM »

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There's a porn movie called Night of the Giving Head that I've been dying to see. Caroline Pierce is in it she's hot

 BounceGiggle That's frickin hysterical....but seriously, I don't think I wanna know how a porno parody of "Walking Dead" would work.  Question

Yeah, we could call it the "Fu**ing Dead" or somethiing like that  TongueOut


Anyhow, my recent viewing was Hammer's classic "Curse Of The Werewolf" with Oliver Reed. I actually liked the makeup in this one because Reed literally looked like a wolf AND a man.  Nicely done and it would make a great action figure or model kit.

Reed's acting left something to be desired, and the whole movie seemed to have an air of restraint about it, (as opposed to the usual straightforward, off-the-wall action of Cushing and Lee's Frankenstein and Dracula movies), but it just seems to work in that Hammer sort of way.
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« Reply #7690 on: June 26, 2014, 10:08:09 AM »

4 ROBBERS (1987): A loyal crew of four armed robbers steal from jewelry stores and from mobsters. Really not much to recommend this HK action flick stuck in the doldrums after the end of the Shaw Brothers golden years and before the rise of John Woo. 2/5.
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« Reply #7691 on: June 26, 2014, 08:28:29 PM »

Cybergeddon (2012) - an FBI cyber crimes babe has to stop the world's greatest hacker from using the internet to destroy civilization as we know it. There's nothing more exciting than watching someone save the world by typing - dramatically - on a keyboard. Pretty standard hacker movie stuff, at one point the bad guy even electrocutes someone by sending a message to his cell phone. Hackers can do that you know. Characters were nothing special and the action bordered on laughable at times. 2/5.
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« Reply #7692 on: June 26, 2014, 09:21:57 PM »

"Holes" (2004) quirky family-friendly adventure starring a young Shia LaBoeuf (sp?) as a teen who gets sent off to an odd Texas juvenile detention camp. The boys are sent out into the desert to dig holes all day, every day. Eventually, of course, the boys discover that the mysterious "Warden" (Sigourney Weaver!) has an ulterior motive behind all that digging. Fun stuff, Disney safe for kids but weird/entertaining enough for grown ups too.
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« Reply #7693 on: June 27, 2014, 09:27:11 AM »

 Courtesy of Svengoolie, I've just seen a movie I've never heard of before, a Hammer film called "Shadow Of The Cat".  Very interesting movie to say the least. Of course, we all know that a cute little kitty can't hurt anyone, don't we?   Wink
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« Reply #7694 on: June 27, 2014, 03:53:55 PM »

Progeny - A doctor suspects aliens impregnated his wife - not surprising given not only because his sperm count is low, also his hypnotist brought memories of him seeing her abducted that same date. So he begins an investigation. I really like this film though I haven't been watched it nearly as frequently since early 2012.

Valentine - A serial killer targets some young women, killing one early on, one slightly later, and then until fifteen minutes from the closing credits decides to go after the others! Also, some stuff happened in their childhood that's influencing current events. That's at the opening, though, so prepare yourself for about 40 minutes in the middle with little happening. I mean some largely irrelevent characters die. little else happens. Both reveals regarding the killer were groan-inducing. The technical protagonist is a generic "Final Girl" AND a designated "Final Girl", not even releasing there's a serial murderer running around until less than minutes of runtime remains. There was... probably more suspense than you'd expect for a slasher movie, so that's something.
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