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« Reply #9795 on: July 23, 2016, 02:26:58 PM »

The Raven(1935)
Batman vs Superman: Dawn Of Justice Ultimate Edition(2016)
Murder By the Clock(1931)
Shock Waves(1977)
Doctor Who: Heaven Sent/Hell Bent(2015)
Queen Of Outer Space(1958)
Cry Of the Banshee(1970)
Count Yorga, Vampire(1970)
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« Reply #9796 on: July 23, 2016, 02:58:44 PM »

As my fever rages unabated for the third straight day, my sickbed movie marathon continues!
This morning I watched THE DEMON (1979), a glacially paced slasher film that was shot, for the most part, in dim light or no light at all. Seriously, there were entire scenes where you had no idea what was going on because the lighting was just that bad!  Never has a film with that much nudity put me to sleep so many times.  Also - what is it with late 70's horror flicks that the final girl always winds up running away from the killer wearing nothing but a pair of granny panties?  I think I've seen that in 2 or 3 different films from 78 and 79.  Not that I'm complaining, just not very original.  Overall, this one's a snoozer.  I give it a 2.5/5 with a full point for the pretty girls.

After that I watched SNOWBEAST - I think it was made around 1982.  It's a made-for-TV, low budget bigfoot movie in which the great hairy one decided to start snacking on skier - almost entirely off camera, since they didn't have enough budget for good gore effects or good Bigfoot effects.  Lots of meaningless drama between the main characters in between the off-camera bigfoot attacks.  2/5, this one's a snoozer.
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« Reply #9797 on: July 23, 2016, 04:55:32 PM »

"The Secret Life of Pets" (2016)
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A pampered urban-dwelling pooch's life turns upside down when his owner adopts another dog from the pound. The inevitable personality conflicts lead to serious animated mayhem that takes them on an adventure across the city, and prompts their fellow pets to mount a rescue mission. I took my soon-to-be-9-year-old son to see this today for his birthday (which is tomorrow)... he had a blast and so did I. Very funny stuff!
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« Reply #9798 on: July 23, 2016, 09:13:00 PM »

My afternoon movie set included BLOOD TIDE (1982) with James Earl Jones playing an archeologist/treasure hunter on a small Greek island who accidentally unleashes an ancient monster from its prison, then goes all Captain Ahab on it after it eats his girlfriend, mistaking her for a virgin.  Several very pretty girls, lots of 80's big hair, and a golden quote from Darth Vader himself:
"Beaten paths are for beaten men."  Cheesy 80's fun!!! 4/5

LADY FRANKENSTEIN (1972)    SPOILERS This Italian reboot of the Frankenstein legend feature Dr. Frankenstein creating his monster using the brain of a condemned killer - so of course it kills him, then goes on a rampage.  Littered with corpses and gratuitous nudity, this 70's epic sees Victor Frankenstein's daughter, Tonya, picking up her father's torch and creating a second monster to take out the first one.  The second monster is made from the youthful, handsome, and very strong body of the village idiot, Thomas, and the mind of Frankenstein's middle-aged assistant, who loves Tonya but is "too old and crippled" for her to love in return.  So she kills Thomas, installs Robert's brain, gets jiggy with him a few times, and then together they destroy the monster as an angry mob of peasants burns down the castle around them.  In  the final scene, she and her creation are having sex on the lab floor when she calls him Thomas and he strangles her - roll credits!
This is a thoroughly enjoyable mess with lots of cute girls and snarling villains.  Lots of fun!  4.5/5
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« Reply #9799 on: Today at 10:14:54 AM »

Witchboard (1986) - punk girls in my highschool used to watch this, probably because the main character is a ouija board. That was punk back then. Anyway, this was good. I'd guess a lot of people here who would see such things have already seen it but if not it's top quality 80's b movie action. Tawny Kitaen is the lead actress and she's really good, carries her scenes well and knows how to engage the camera/ audience. not bad looking either 

quite amateurish in places but fun to watch with a good story and some good performances and 80's color. what more do you need? 5/5
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« Reply #9800 on: Today at 10:44:51 AM »

"Three the Hard Way" (1974)
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Blaxploitation's three biggest stars - Fred "The Hammer" Williamson, "Gentleman" Jim Brown and Jim "Enter the Dragon" Kelly - team up to stop a white supremacist group who plan to commit nationwide black genocide. Many butts get kicked, lots of stuff blows up, bullets fly, and some hot girls take their tops off, too. This is a better than average blaxploitation epic, packed with lots of funky action. Outa-site, man!!
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« Reply #9801 on: Today at 01:08:28 PM »

Today my sickbed movie marathon started with Stephen Spielberg 'S historical biopic LINCOLN. Love this movie but my fever has my emotions so screwed up that I was bawling uncontrollably at the end.  I am SO tired of being sick! 5/5
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« Reply #9802 on: Today at 03:29:17 PM »

MST3K: THE DEADLY MANTIS: Professor Bobo sends this week's experiment, a giant killer bug movie, to the Satellite while arming a thermonuclear device to destroy the Earth; Mike inadvertently helps, then is hunted by Pearl in her Winnebago rocketship. Season 8 is still getting on its feet but things are improving; Bill Corbett is growing into his role as the new Crow T. Robot, the riffing is getting back on track, and the overall plot arc is starting to take shape with the first big twist. The movie selection remains a problem in early season 8 as they're still stuck with Universal's back catalog titles; who wants to mock a mediocre giant bug movie when there are terrible giant bug movies out there begging for a skewering? 3/5.   
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