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« Reply #870 on: January 20, 2021, 12:06:45 PM »

the CHILDREN (1980)
A leak at a nuclear power plant turns a school bus full of kids into zombies whose touch means being burned to death.  You can tell they're zombies because they have black fingernails (?).
The only way to kill them is to chop off their little hands!
Silly, low budget obscurity, with no name actors . Fun time!

Watched this yesterday on one of my apps (Filmrise, I think).  Talk about a ridiculous movie!  Bad acting, bad writing, it was just bad overall.  Good thing it was free, I would never pay good money to see dreck like this.
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« Reply #871 on: January 20, 2021, 10:04:22 PM »

"Split Second" (1992)
A burnt-out cop (Rutger Hauer) in the decaying, flooded London of 2008 (hah!) is on the trail of a suspected serial killer... but as the bodies keep piling up, he realizes that the murderer may not even be a human being.
This weird cyberpunk mashup of "Blade Runner" and "Predator" is certainly not a great movie by any means, but it is a fun one. Hauer is a hoot, the action sequences are cool, and the reveal of the mysterious killer is legit creepy. A decent time waster.
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« Reply #872 on: January 21, 2021, 09:54:57 AM »

NOMADLAND (2020): When the only employer in her tiny Nevada town shuts down, a widow takes to living in her van and traveling across the West, joining a small tribe of like-minded people. At some point everyone has been tempted to pack it all up and take to the road; NOMADLAND is as much an instruction manual for the nomad lifestyle as it is an inspiration. 3.5/5.
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« Reply #873 on: January 21, 2021, 05:13:05 PM »

MAD MAX: FURY ROAD (2015)
Did any one like this movie more than I did?

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« Reply #874 on: January 21, 2021, 07:52:58 PM »

MAD MAX: FURY ROAD (2015)
Did any one like this movie more than I did?

http://youtu.be/XK-KNt3efpY


We'd have to know how much you liked it to know that. I liked it, I have no idea if I liked it more than you!
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« Reply #875 on: January 21, 2021, 09:40:50 PM »

"The Children" (1980)
A toxic waste cloud turns a school bus full of kids into atomic zombie like creatures who kill grown ups by touching them. This could've been a cool concept in the right hands, but this flick's cheap look, sluggish pacing and inept performances quickly turn it into an unintentional comedy. The first hour is a slog but the last 30 minutes, when the idiot adults finally band together to fight the killer kids, are a total hoot.
Oddly enough, I've never seen this movie before tonight but I do vividly remember the TV commercials for it absolutely scared the livin' s*** out of me when I was a kid. Obviously I was easier to spook back then, haha.
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« Reply #876 on: January 22, 2021, 08:11:49 AM »

MAD MAX: FURY ROAD (2015)
Did any one like this movie more than I did?

http://youtu.be/XK-KNt3efpY


We'd have to know how much you liked it to know that. I liked it, I have no idea if I liked it more than you!

I liked it alot! Did you like it more than alot or less than alot? I think I liked it less than alot because of the obvious cgi s**t. I'll take ROAD WARRIOR any day. But it's a fun time waster.
And I liked it alot!
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« Reply #877 on: January 22, 2021, 08:14:07 AM »

"The Children" (1980)
A toxic waste cloud turns a school bus full of kids into atomic zombie like creatures who kill grown ups by touching them. This could've been a cool concept in the right hands, but this flick's cheap look, sluggish pacing and inept performances quickly turn it into an unintentional comedy. The first hour is a slog but the last 30 minutes, when the idiot adults finally band together to fight the killer kids, are a total hoot.
Oddly enough, I've never seen this movie before tonight but I do vividly remember the TV commercials for it absolutely scared the livin' s*** out of me when I was a kid. Obviously I was easier to spook back then, haha.

I love this movie.  Bluesad
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« Reply #878 on: January 22, 2021, 09:49:28 AM »

MAD MAX: FURY ROAD (2015)
Did any one like this movie more than I did?

http://youtu.be/XK-KNt3efpY


We'd have to know how much you liked it to know that. I liked it, I have no idea if I liked it more than you!

I liked it alot! Did you like it more than alot or less than alot? I think I liked it less than alot because of the obvious cgi s**t. I'll take ROAD WARRIOR any day. But it's a fun time waster.
And I liked it alot!


I liked it a lot and liked ROAD WARRIOR more too, but I think I didn't like it more than FURY ROAD than you liked it more.  Question

Didn't like this one a lot:

FIRST COW (2019): Dramatic Western where a cook teams up with a Chinese prospector to run a clandestine business that requires them to exploit the first and then only cow in the Oregon territory. It's tough to take such a thin story and stretch it out to 2 hours, but if anyone can do it, Kelly Reichardt can. 2.5/5.
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« Reply #879 on: January 22, 2021, 09:57:43 AM »

MAD MAX: FURY ROAD (2015)
Did any one like this movie more than I did?

http://youtu.be/XK-KNt3efpY


We'd have to know how much you liked it to know that. I liked it, I have no idea if I liked it more than you!

I liked it alot! Did you like it more than alot or less than alot? I think I liked it less than alot because of the obvious cgi s**t. I'll take ROAD WARRIOR any day. But it's a fun time waster.
And I liked it alot!


I watched MAD MAX: FURY ROAD not long ago and at first I was p**sed at the amount of CGI, but then I decided to investigate a little further and I was surprised to know that a lot of the scenes which I thought was computer generated, they actually were made with models. The only part which really looked like garbage was the whole sandstorm thing.
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« Reply #880 on: January 22, 2021, 12:09:48 PM »

ATTACK! (1956)
Jack Palance is intense as Lt. Joe Costa, who's platoon is ordered to do a suicidal mission from his cowardly superior officer, played to perfection by Eddie (GREEN ACRES!) Albert.
Lee Marvin is in here too-
This movie is fantastic. It doesn't spout the usual 1950's John Wayne propaganda.
It's sad, intense, and moving. There is an actual story here, beyond the usual 'lets kill krauts!' pablum.
Oh yeah- it's got Buddy (Uncle Jed!) Ebsen too! I named my son Jed!

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« Reply #881 on: January 23, 2021, 07:17:53 AM »

Salon Kitty (1976)

The nazisploitation extravaganza of that prince of artistic erotica, Tinto Brass. It is about a brothel at the beginning of WW II, that is run by the SS in order to obtain incriminating evidence on both Nazi and visiting foreign dignitaries. In the hands of Tinto Brass, it is not difficult to imagine the result. There is a plot, of sorts, but it is mainly an excuse to film a series of shocking and bizarre scenes, because, of course, these are Nazis and that is what they were into. Also, it is done extremely stylishly, because everyone knows the Nazis had style. It is all very much camp, and at times looks like a porn version of Allo Allo, but with altogether better production values. If you can't stand nudity, stay away from this one.
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« Reply #882 on: January 23, 2021, 11:36:36 AM »

"Class of Nuke'Em High" (1986)
A leaky nuclear power plant near a small town high school has disastrous effects on the student body, turning the honor society kids into a gang of murderous punks and causing a clean-cut preppie girl to give birth to a horrific mutation.

This cult schlock horror comedy from the legendary Troma Films features all of their trademarks -- fifth grade level humor and ultra-violence, shameless, bug-eyed overacting by everyone in the cast, and lots of cheap, slimy gross-out gore. This post-nuke parody of the teens-run-amuck genre is silly as hell (on purpose) but I laughed out loud a few times. Followed by numerous sequels, and rumor has it there's a remake in the works.

Fun fact: they filmed parts of this movie in my home town (Paramus, NJ) when I was in high school, and my friends and I watched them shoot the bit where the mutant bikers crash the school bake sale. For all I know, I might be in the background of that scene, but even after repeated viewings I've never been able to find myself in the crowd of extras.
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« Reply #883 on: January 23, 2021, 12:54:02 PM »

A feminist double feature:

PROMISING YOUNG WOMAN (2020): Cassie's hobby is pretending to be drunk so creeps will pick her up in bars; she's planning even more elaborate deceptions stemming from a trauma in med school. Unusual, non-exploitative rape-revenge story with rom-com trappings; the story is familiar yet contains enough surprises to engage your attention. 3.5/5

NEVER RARELY SOMETIMES ALWAYS (2020): A 17-year old girl and her teenage cousin travel from small town Pennsylvania to New York City to get an abortion. Emotionally honest and so believable it seems like it could be an autobiography; Sidney Flanigan is excellent. 3.5/5

I can recommend PROMISING YOUNG WOMAN to anyone here; it's got thriller elements and is an easy watch. The other one is good, but a slow-paced drama that won't really have wide appeal.
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« Reply #884 on: January 23, 2021, 03:01:26 PM »

"If you can't stand nudity, stay away from this one." ????


Open 24 Hours - Anyone see this? It's pretty unusual. It seems like whoever wrote it believed it would end up on tubitv, which is did, so they just did whatever the heck they wanted. reviews are very mixed but I liked it. I would even watch it again.

A young woman ( cute and very tall brunette) gets out of jail where she served a sentence for being a serial killers girlfriend and not like doing anything about it (the serial killing). She's very screwed up mentally and this introduces the major gimmick of the film: you see a grisly murder happening and then she shuts her eyes and it goes away. This massive suspense of disbelief is probably what relegated this movie to the bottom shelf, but if you can get past that it's a gory and classic slasher of the type Scream parodies in its various installments.

 4.25 / 5

once you accept the chaos, it's a smooth ride. at the same time its like...uuuh how did he know where she worked does he have a gps in his brain? kind of thing
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