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« Reply #2730 on: July 03, 2014, 07:55:36 PM »

VAMPIRE CIRCUS (1972), I should have added this one to my collection sooner. Classic 70s vampire flick.

For my money, this one and "Captain Kronos, Vampire Hunter" best vampire films of the '70's.
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« Reply #2731 on: July 08, 2014, 03:35:20 PM »

Alan recently bought me new copies of "The Chinese Connection","The Way of the Dragon" and "Game of Death"......Bruce Lee Rocks!

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« Reply #2732 on: July 14, 2014, 02:51:22 PM »

     I recently got this through Amazon....



     A great selection of films, some of which I'd seen previously, others I'd never heard of before.

     I also purchased these....







     Should keep me busy for a while.
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« Reply #2733 on: July 15, 2014, 11:07:42 AM »

Godzilla vs Megalon, and Godzilla vs Hedorah
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« Reply #2734 on: July 16, 2014, 07:44:35 AM »

Went a little nuts at a couple of yard sales last Saturday... BounceGiggle

VHS (at 50 cents each):
Castle of the Walking Dead (1984)  Christopher Lee!  Count Regula reborn!
Journey to the Center of Time (1967)
Alien Predators (1986)  Dennis Christopher, Martin Hewitt and Lynn-Holly Johnson “trapped in a quaint Spanish town infested with alien creatures...”  (Old price sticker says, “$79.95 Slightly higher in Canada”
Deep Space (1988) Charles Napier, Ann Turkel and Ron Glass  “A flesh-eating alien from outerspace...”
Mysterious Two (1979) John Forsythe, Noah Beery and Vic Tayback.  “But who are HE and SHE?”
Mel Brooks’ History of the World Part I (1981)
Inner Space (1987)
The Ice Pirates (1984) Robert Urich, Mary Crosby.  “A dazzling display of weird creatures and wild special effects...loaded wit thrills and romance...first-rate intergalactic entertainment.”  (Um...yeah I have seen this one but I don’t remember any of that stuff!)
Dark City (1994) Rufus Sewell, Kiefer Sutherland, Jennifer Connelly and William Hurt with Richard O’Brien and Ian Richardson.
Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein (1995) Robert DeNiro, Tom Hulce, Kenneth Brannagh, Helena Bonham Carter, Aidan Quinn, Ian Holm and John Cleese.
Lawnmower Man (1992) Pierce Brosnan
Lawnmower Man II (1996) Matt Frewer
Battlestar Galactica (1985) Lorne Greene et al
House II: The Second Story (1996)
Gate II: Return to the Nightmare (1991) “There’s only one thing more terrifying than the first visit.        The second”
The Prophecy II (1998)  Christopher Walken and Jennifer Beals
Childern of the Corn (1992) Linda Hamilton
Ghost in the Machine (1993) Karen Allen.  “Plug into your worst nightmare.” “Last night a serial killer died.  His body was laid to rest but his soul has gone on-line.”
IT (1990)
The P.A.C.K. (Prefabricated Animalistic Cyber Killer) (1997) Winner of the Film Fantastic Award: Best Sci-Fi Film 1997.
The Hidden (1990) Michael Nouri and Kyle McLaughlin
The Reaper (1998) Chris Sarandon
Return of the Killer Tomatoes The Sequel (1990)  John Astin!
Demonic Toys (1991)  (The trailer for "Seed People: the root of all evil" was worth the 50 cents in itself!)


DVD's
Red Riding Hood (2003)
Mirrors (unrated) (2008) Kiefer Sutherland
Hostel (2006)
Darkness (2005) Anna Paquin, Lena Olin and Iain Glen
Exorcist: The Beginning (2005)
Saw III (uncut) (2007)
Pulse (2006)  (aka “Pulsations”)

Ahhhh: summer viewing!   Cheers

eta: also got a VHS of Knights of the Round Table (1953) with Robert Taylor, Ava Gardner and Mel Ferrer.  Wow: so sloooow and bad we sat in stunned disbelief - and then started laughing ourselves silly.  Not giggle-bad; LOL bad.  And almost two hours of it.
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« Reply #2735 on: July 16, 2014, 10:20:26 PM »

I just bought a DVD collection called Sci-Fi Creature Classics. 

It conatained 20 million miles to earth, the Giant Claw, It Came From Beneath the Sea, and Mothra. 

I'd actually never seen any of them before, so getting them all for five bucks was a really nice deal.  Although I think having Mothra in the set was a bit of an odd choice. 
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« Reply #2736 on: July 17, 2014, 07:04:07 AM »

Ordered today from www.takealot.com:

The Exorcist (Director's Cut)
Karate Kid Part 2
The Peacemaker
(George Clooney)
Gremlins 2: The New Batch
The World's End


And two mind shattering, brain-numbingly awful films:  Wink

Lawrence of Arabia
A Passage To India

The top five are great but those last two: Yikes - they are very Lean films Wink Wink
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« Reply #2737 on: July 24, 2014, 03:50:43 PM »

     Look what $4.85 can get you....



     BTW, $4.00 of that was shipping.

     This 1970 Al Adamson regurgitant stars the usual suspects, John Carradine, Robert Dix, Vicki Volante, and Mr. Adamson hisowndarnself as a vampire. The story (?) is thus-the earth is under seige by vampires, and Carradine, playing a scientist whose name escapes me, discovers that the bloodsuckers originated from a distant solar system, and assembles a crew of wooden, inept actors to accompany him to their planet of origin, there to locate a cure, or at least a good excuse.

    Evidently, a good chunk of this tragedy was lifted from a 1966 Filipino horror flick, then incorporated with footage Adamson shot, and seasoned with REALLY familiar stock footage from the 1940 Hal Roach epic, ONE MILLION B.C.

 
Horror of the Blood Monsters (1970) Trailer Small | Large



     The trailer should give you some idea of what this is, or at least make you say, "WTF???"

     The version I got has as an extra an unreleased Italian-language version, PLUS commentary by Sam Sherman, Adamson's former partner, PLUS  enough trailers from Al Adamson / Eddie Romero Phillipine exploitation films to make you weep.

     SIDEBAR- there's an actress in this movie, a blonde, who definitely deserves an award for Most Useless Female Character in a Bad Movie.
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