fulci420

"I'm gonna take you to the bank, Senator Trent. To the blood bank!"

Favorite films

  • Sorcerer
  • Dogville
  • The Night of the Iguana
  • Thief

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  • Boris Karloff: The Man Behind the Monster

  • 'Gator Bait

  • Beware! The Blob

  • Ice Cream Man

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  • Boris Karloff: The Man Behind the Monster

    Boris Karloff: The Man Behind the Monster

    Enjoyable, fairly comprehensive look at Boris Karloff's life and career. I didn't know some of the biographical details, and theirs definitely at least one must watch movie to check out from the clips ("The Black Room" 1935 looks great!), otherwise I've seen most of the movies discussed here yet didn't find any of the info redundant.

    Nice mix of talking heads here, although I have to admit I'm sick of seeing John Landis being the ubiquitous go to for every…

  • 'Gator Bait

    'Gator Bait

    Watched with Joe Bob. Don't know if this would have kept my full attention without the interjections but definitely a cool mix of "Death Wish" style revenge movie and the "Hicksploitation" sub genre. Not a movie I'd ever heard about before and I do appreciate Joe Bob's heartfelt love of the filmmaker couple who I also had never heard about before.

    Biggest drawback of "Gator Bait" to my eyes is that the griminess/actions of the bad guys are more disturbing…

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  • Body of Evidence

    Body of Evidence

    Infamously bad erotic thriller is more notable at this point for its amazing imdb trivia page than anything that happens in it.
    Examples:

    -Madonna's acting coach quit just before production began, claiming that "she thinks she knows everything". (Believable and hilarious)

    -Madonna had five personal assistants for this film, including her own hairstylist, make-up artist and personal trainer. (Easily believable as well)

    -Two of Madonna's more infamous scenes (one involving dripping candles, the other requiring her to masturbate) were improvised.…

  • Prince of Darkness

    Prince of Darkness

    As a young horror enthusiast (probably saw this around 10-12) this was one that left me cold, too slow and weird for me to appreciate. Watching it today I have certainly warmed up to it but I would not place it up there with top tier Carpenter films, and it's clearly the weakest of Carpenter's "Apocalypse Trilogy" in my mind.

    Carpenter has always been in his own league when it comes to the look and feel of his movies and…