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Old 02-24-2015, 05:58 PM   #1061
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Can't wait to get my hands on those Bronx movies!
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Old 02-24-2015, 07:20 PM   #1062
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Can't wait to get my hands on those Bronx movies!
Down to $17.99 each on Amazon. Preordered all 3 yesterday. Only have a few BU releases and have been happy with all of them. I have no doubt I'll be happy with whatever else they bring out.
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Down to $17.99 each on Amazon. Preordered all 3 yesterday. Only have a few BU releases and have been happy with all of them. I have no doubt I'll be happy with whatever else they bring out.

Don't get too confident - Companeros was supposed to be terrible.
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If you read this thread you will like Shockwaves...I loved it. One of my favorites from BU. A well crafted and acted, "moody" Nazi zombie movie. Actually it is now my favorite Nazi zombie movie .
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We're pleased to announce our first new acquisition of 2015: Ferdinando Baldi's GET MEAN, starring Tony Anthony as "The Stranger," will be making it's Blu-ray & DVD debuts later this year! No further information to report at this time...

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If you read this thread you will like Shockwaves...I loved it. One of my favorites from BU. A well crafted and acted, "moody" Nazi zombie movie. Actually it is now my favorite Nazi zombie movie .
I got that last week and watched it, I don't know how much I liked it. It's clunky and sorta boring and most definitely looks and feels like its budget (it's one of the most ugly, washed-out jungle movies I've ever seen), but it occasionally rises past that limitation and pulls off some moody stuff. The scenes on the boat at night at the beginning in particular were legitimately creepy, especially when the freighter goes past and hits them. Some of the shots of the zombies coming out of the water or the crazy stuntman zombie walking on the ocean floor are rather striking. Peter Cushing and John Carradine are fun to see, even if it's clear that they were just kinda hired guns who just showed up for a couple days and split. It's also fun seeing Brooke Adams before she was in anything legit. I liked the story in her interview about how her and the wardrobe lady sabotaged the scripted nudity by wearing bright clothes in the scenes around it (which were filmed first) so there was no way to film a nude scene without destroying continuity. :P

It's the best nazi zombie movie I've seen, but that's like saying Chairman of the Board is the best Carrot Top movie I've seen! Zombie Lake was bad, bad, bad. Haha.
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I got that last week and watched it, I don't know how much I liked it. It's clunky and sorta boring and most definitely looks and feels like its budget (it's one of the most ugly, washed-out jungle movies I've ever seen), but it occasionally rises past that limitation and pulls off some moody stuff. The scenes on the boat at night at the beginning in particular were legitimately creepy, especially when the freighter goes past and hits them. Some of the shots of the zombies coming out of the water or the crazy stuntman zombie walking on the ocean floor are rather striking. Peter Cushing and John Carradine are fun to see, even if it's clear that they were just kinda hired guns who just showed up for a couple days and split. It's also fun seeing Brooke Adams before she was in anything legit. I liked the story in her interview about how her and the wardrobe lady sabotaged the scripted nudity by wearing bright clothes in the scenes around it (which were filmed first) so there was no way to film a nude scene without destroying continuity. :P

It's the best nazi zombie movie I've seen, but that's like saying Chairman of the Board is the best Carrot Top movie I've seen! Zombie Lake was bad, bad, bad. Haha.
You thought Shock Waves was boring? Geez. It's a favorite of mine, from WOR-TV, back in my teen years in NYC. Lots of fun, atmosphere and creepy Nazombies.
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You thought Shock Waves was boring? Geez. It's a favorite of mine, from WOR-TV, back in my teen years in NYC. Lots of fun, atmosphere and creepy Nazombies.
Totally agree on points. I guess that people prefer when zombies lunch on humans the entire movie...I much prefet the creepy atmosphere in this movie .
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I'm fine with slow, atmospheric low budget horror movies and I'm fine with zombies that just grab people, I just didn't like how amateur hour sections of this movie felt. A lot of the attacks are really repetitive and the plot just sorta lurches from point A to point B without bothering with some of the details. Much of the zombie footage was shot after the rest of the movie and wasn't subject to the same time constraints as the stuff with Cushing/Carradine, and it shows - that stuff is clearly much better filmed. I guess the director was learning how to make a movie as he went and pretty much had it down by the time he did all the zombie stuff.

One complaint I keep seeing in reviews that I didn't think was fair, though, are how a lot of people single out how
[Show spoiler]some zombies die when their goggles get pulled off, and others don't. The only zombie you see alive with no goggles is at night, and all the ones that die are in the daylight, so I figured it was something to do with getting sun in their eyes!
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Never found a lot to like in SHOCK WAVES, I saw it in the late 70's and was not overly impressed, but it is worth a look for fans of Carradine & Cushing, and Brooke wears a mean bikini. Revisiting it again recently was a chore, not helped by the lousy source used for the BD. The second half of the film drags on interminably. The opening and initial set up are nice & creepy but the screenplay is goes nowhere after the 40 min point.
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