Favorite films

  • Song of the Exile
  • Superfights
  • Magic Crystal
  • Knock Off

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  • X

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  • The Inspector Wears Skirts

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  • The Web of Death

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  • Raiders of the Lost Ark

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  • Zero Effect

    Zero Effect

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    Zero Effect is Jake Kasdan's contemporary take on Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's A Scandal in Bohemia. The magnificent Bill Pullman stars as SΜΆhΜΆeΜΆrΜΆlΜΆoΜΆcΜΆkΜΆ ΜΆHΜΆoΜΆlΜΆmΜΆeΜΆsΜΆ Daryl Zero and Ben Stiller (playing it straight!) is his Watson.

    This is one of my favourites, I make sure to watch it at least once a year. It is severely underseen; more people need to check it out.

  • Bloody Moon

    Bloody Moon

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    Heaven to me would be spending the rest of my days living in this colourful '80s world that Jess has conjured up. It has to be sans the titty stabbing/fake boulder throwing murderer however!

    Watched with Michelle. Fun times!

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  • X

    X

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    What a pleasant surprise this was. To me X really felt like a throwback to a time when horror movies still dared to be nasty and sleazy, and I love that. None of that muted stuff we get in horror nowadays. This was just some good, old fashioned, slasher fun.

    I had a great time watching it with Michelle.

  • The Inspector Wears Skirts

    The Inspector Wears Skirts

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    One of those Hong Kong movies that opens with a bang (an awesome shoot-out/fight sequence involving Sibelle Hu and Cynthia Rothrock) but then becomes something entirely different altogether (a goofy comedy). The third act packs a bit more punch but by then I had mostly lost interest.

    I did love the musical number/dance sequence at the roller disco though, and the end credits appearing over a blooper reel of stunts that went wrong (further proof that Hong Kong productions are extremely irresponsible).

    Rothrock really isn't in this movie a whole lot and that's a damn shame.

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  • Deathdream

    Deathdream

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    An excellent PTSD-drama-cum-supernatural-horror flick directed by Bob Clark. Deathdream is grim and has a strong post-Vietnam anti-war sentiment to it. George Romero's Night of the Living Dead is an obvious influence. It contains solid early fx work by make-up effects God, Tom Savini.

    I am glad Michelle introduced me to this awesome movie.

  • Girlfriend from Hell

    Girlfriend from Hell

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    An extremely 80's possession comedy/ science fiction hybrid. Girlfriend from Hell is cheesy AF and also kind of violent (a nun fires a bazooka and romantic partners are constantly hitting and kicking each other because: "comedy"). I loved the dated visual fx and the rocking tunes.

    It sadly started to lose some of its momentum after the halfway point, but it is remains entertaining throughout.

    Go in with the right (lowered) expectations and you will have a good time. Michelle and I certainly did.