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Pale Rider.....another pretty good Eastwood western....

 

Yeah, one of my favourites ... along with High Plains Drifter :)

 

 

High Plains Drifter is amazing. :)

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This Means War with Chris Pine & Reese Witherspoon.

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"Santa's Slay" (2005)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o57v1nhBS54

 

In this campy-on-purpose holiday horror comedy, we learn that Santa (Bill Goldberg) is actually the son of Satan, and the only reason he's been "nice" for the past thousand years is because he lost a bet with an archangel. Well, the millennium is now up and he's free to go back to his old murderous ways unless a couple of teenagers (one of whom is played by a young Emilie De Raven of "Lost") can figure out how to stop him. Cheap, tasteless, black humored fun.

 

I know this one isn't exactly "in season" yet but I unexpectedly stumbled across it on YouTube tonight and figured I'd better watch it now before it gets taken down...

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"Santa's Slay" (2005)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o57v1nhBS54

 

In this campy-on-purpose holiday horror comedy, we learn that Santa (Bill Goldberg) is actually the son of Satan, and the only reason he's been "nice" for the past thousand years is because he lost a bet with an archangel. Well, the millennium is now up and he's free to go back to his old murderous ways unless a couple of teenagers (one of whom is played by a young Emilie De Raven of "Lost") can figure out how to stop him. Cheap, tasteless, black humored fun.

 

I know this one isn't exactly "in season" yet but I unexpectedly stumbled across it on YouTube tonight and figured I'd better watch it now before it gets taken down...

Oh Man I LOVED this movie!! Totally campy B Grade horror but SUCH a fun ride!!! :tumbsup:

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"Return to Savage Beach" (1998)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wMWX48hs1H8

 

Twelfth and final film in Andy Sidaris' immortal "L.E.T.H.A.L. Ladies" softcore action series pits the usual gang of generously endowed female secret agents against a terrorist group searching for buried treasure on a tropical island... or something like that. The girls lose their tops frequently and stuff blows up on a regular basis so I doubt anybody's worrying about following a plot.

 

Make no mistake: all of the Sidaris films pretty much suck, but no red blooded heterosexual male will be able to look away!!

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BMX Bandits (1983).

 

Australian fluff about a group of BMX-bike ridin' teens who get mixed up with some bumbling bank robbers. Semi-famous for being Nicole Kidman's first movie.

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Horrid Henry (courtesy of the kids) ... :)

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Insomniac Double Feature:

 

"28 Weeks Later" (2007)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=adjhS1pWy0s

Sequel to "28 Days Later" finds the U.S. military helping Londoners re-populate their ravaged city after the "rage virus" outbreak... but of course, even in a quarantined zone, the virus still finds it way in. Mayhem naturally ensues, and a couple of Army types (one of whom is played by Jeremy "Hawkeye" Renner) are soon on the run, attempting to protect a pair of children who may be the key to a cure for the out break.

I have never seen "28 Days Later" but I was able to pick up on what was going on pretty easily and dug this one a lot. Plenty of action, decent amount of gore, and an overall bleak feel.

 

"The Warrior and the Sorceress" (1984)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yQASnIbXQQw

David Carradine is the "Warrior" in this ultra cheap swords and sorcery flick. When he arrives in a small village, he finds two warlords constantly battling each other over control of the area's only water source. Teaming up with the local sorcerer, he sets a plan into motion to get rid of both tyrants so the villagers can be free. It must be noted that the "Sorceress" in the title doesn't actually do much sorceress-ing (is that a word?) but she does spend the entire movie topless, so that's OK.

This hilariously cheesy flick almost cured me of my insomnia last night!!

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"CBGB" (2013)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Md5rgGg6Yk

 

In this comedic re-telling of the story of the legendary Bowery rock club, Alan "Die Hard" Rickman (!) plays Hilly Kristal, a two time loser who buys a dumpy bar in a crappy New York City neighborhood and - almost by accident - turns it into Ground Zero for the punk rock explosion of the late 1970s.

 

There are some historically inaccurate bits, which are probably due more to music licensing hangups than anything else (the Ramones, auditioning for Hilly in 1974, play "I Got Knocked Down, But I'll Get Up," which is a Joey Ramone solo track from 2001), but otherwise I thought this was an entertaining, funny rock n roll flick with a great cast including Donal "Grounded For Life" Logue, Stana "Castle" Katic, Taylor (Foo Fighters) Hawkins (as Iggy Pop!), and Rupert "Harry Potter" Grint as Cheetah Chrome of the Dead Boys. Fun stuff!!

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633 Squadron - an absolute classic!

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Gone In 60 Seconds

 

The original version, or the remake?

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V For Vendetta......excellent movie

 

GI Joe Rise of the Cobra....I thought this was pretty good although it doesn't have a proper ending, I'll have to check out the follow up movie...

 

The Fearless Vampire Killers....one of my favorite vampire movies...

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Just finished watching Season 3 The Walking Dead.Just in time for S.4

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Kickin' off my schlocky October horror marathon with:

"Demons" (1985)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=42Y-EQvxGKY

 

Italian horror maestros Dario Argento and Lamberto Bava collaborated on this stylish-but-nonsensical gorefest. Horror film viewers at a newly-reopened German movie palace suddenly have to fight for their lives when the flesh-eating murderous evil in the movie creeps off the screen and starts possessing members of the audience.

 

As usual with Italian horror flicks, the gore flows hot and heavy, the dialogue is awkward, the dubbing sucks and the story barely makes a lick of sense but the action moves so fast & furious that you won't even notice.

 

Extra bonus, tracks by Saxon, Accept, Motley Crue and Pretty Maids are heard during pivotal moments.

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Aaaah Zombies!

 

Fairly funny twist on the zombie movie, taken from the perspective that the zombies think they are normal and everyone else is infected...

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Pacific Rim

 

Fast & Furious 6

 

I Declare War

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The Hangover III - not great, not bad. Didn't really find it funny bar a few scenes, but it was generally entertaining enough.

 

Fast & Furious 6 - like all the others, it's good ridiculous and far fetched fun. As long as it keeps me entertained I guess it's not too bad.

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The Big Sleep

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