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Author:  Patrick [ Tue Feb 16, 2016 1:03 pm ]
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^ Listening to "Me and My Rhythm Box," a particularly grueling experience.

Exploitation double features
Stunning Achievement Award:
Manos: Hands of Fate
The Incredibly Strange Creatures Who Stopped Living
and Became Mixed-up Zombies

No Redeeming Social Value Award:

Bad Taste
Frankenhooker

Stupid White People in Weird Situations Award:

I Eat Your Skin
Evil Dead II

Should Have Gone for the X Rating Award

Deathstalker II
Sharktopus

Don’t Admit You’ve Seen It Award:

Bloodsucking Freaks
Ilsa: She-Wolf of the SS

Author:  Youthful Repp-robate [ Tue Feb 16, 2016 9:16 pm ]
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Patrick wrote:
^ Listening to "Me and My Rhythm Box," a particularly grueling experience.

Exploitation double features
Stunning Achievement Award:
Manos: Hands of Fate
The Incredibly Strange Creatures Who Stopped Living
and Became Mixed-up Zombies

No Redeeming Social Value Award:

Bad Taste
Frankenhooker
Actually, Dad's story is that he convinced them to play different music than is in the scene, because, you know, they wanted people to dance.

And, though I haven't seen all of Frankenhooker, I learned everything I know about cinematography from a guy who almost got fired from it – as a grip, he rigged one of the exploding limbs that flies toward the camera in, well, the scene with the exploding limbs. Apparently, there was a bit of competition among the crew as to who could get "their" leg to fly the farthest. My (future) professor managed to rig one that, apparently, slammed into the DP's chest and knocked him off his seat. He was not happy.

Author:  Patrick [ Wed Feb 17, 2016 7:43 am ]
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^ Ah, the arts.

Author:  Youthful Repp-robate [ Wed Mar 23, 2016 11:44 pm ]
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Patrick wrote:
^ Ah, the arts.
What can I say, everywhere I go, an atmosphere of refinement prevails.

After I leave.

Author:  Patrick [ Sun Mar 27, 2016 10:18 pm ]
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I'm watching a young Donald Pleasance in "The Mutations" right now. Lots of time lapse stuff. Not enough mutants. Two breasts so far. Could revive this for the anti-GMO crowd. Rename it "Monsanto's Mutants."

Whoa, that jacket lapel's got to be six inches! This really is a horror movie.

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