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Old Today, 12:52 AM   #20481
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Guys, I'm kinda new to this thread.

When do we do haul posts and shipping updates?
on the first of the month at exactly midnight. if you're late you have to wait for the next month
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Easily my least favorite Mad Max film... this is still my 3rd favorite Mel Gibson vehicle and probably the best film co-starring Tina Turner.

If you like Mad Max (and who doesn't?!) and haven't seen this you really should. Just don't expect greatness. But maybe you shouldn't listen to me, I actually think Waterworld is fun despite all it's flaws...

Also, I started rewatching this last night... so you're welcome
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I figured everyone in this thread has a strong stomach. I found something extremely disturbing today that I thought you all should know.
[Show spoiler]There are no Wings Hauser 4ks. Personally, I would love a collection of the movies he's directed. I don't think any of them are currently on blu-ray .
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Easily my least favorite Mad Max film... this is still my 3rd favorite Mel Gibson vehicle and probably the best film co-starring Tina Turner.

If you like Mad Max (and who doesn't?!) and haven't seen this you really should. Just don't expect greatness. But maybe you shouldn't listen to me, I actually think Waterworld is fun despite all it's flaws...

Also, I started rewatching this last night... so you're welcome
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If you haven't already, you must check out Upgrade.
Lovely film. One of my all-time favorites, actually.

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I've been trying to sell Ducky on Lady Terminator for awhile. He ain't biting.
We'll have to keep the joys of that masterwork to ourselves.
It's not that I don't want to see it. I just don't want to spend $20 on a damn DVD in 2022. I can do $10, but that's about it.

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Stretching it a bit with these ones maybe but:



And I assume you're familiar, but just in case:

Never watched any of these, but will be checking them out now. I've heard about Chopping Mall but never bothered on account of that early Vestron price.

Thank you, you've been really helpful with the suggestions.

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I can't believe I used to like you. I take back everything I said 7 seconds ago.
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I've heard awful things about the Nemesis sequels. What did you like about them?
They were entertaining. I mean, Nemisis is not a cinematic masterpiece itself.....so if you enjoy that flavor, and enjoy low budget work .....hopefully you'll find them as entertaining as I. I am not saying I'll be doing annual Nemisathons ...but as cheap as they are in sale.....they were worth the money to me for the one view alone. Although I suspect they will be replayed more then twice or thrice.
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They were entertaining. I mean, Nemisis is not a cinematic masterpiece itself.....so if you enjoy that flavor, and enjoy low budget work .....hopefully you'll find them as entertaining as I. I am not saying I'll be doing annual Nemisathons ...but as cheap as they are in sale.....they were worth the money to me for the one view alone. Although I suspect they will be replayed more then once or twice.
Okay, cool. I like the low budget stuff but I am still getting used to watching "trash" - if that makes sense. From what I can tell Nemesis is up there with Split Second and Hardware in terms of overall quality, whereas the sequels are rooted in Scanner Cop / Scanner Cop 2 territory. Not that there's anything wrong with that, but I have to be in the mood for that kind of stuff, where I can watch Hardware just about any day of the week.
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Lovely film. One of my all-time favorites, actually.

It's not that I don't want to see it. I just don't want to spend $20 on a damn DVD in 2022. I can do $10, but that's about it.

Never watched any of these, but will be checking them out now. I've heard about Chopping Mall but never bothered on account of that early Vestron price.

Thank you, you've been really helpful with the suggestions.

I can't believe I used to like you. I take back everything I said 7 seconds ago.
If Lady Terminator is still in print, it's usually around 10 in the October sale.



Also, on adding to the above list. I thought Screamers 2. was a very good sequel.
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Okay, cool. I like the low budget stuff but I am still getting used to watching "trash" - if that makes sense. From what I can tell Nemesis is up there with Split Second and Hardware in terms of overall quality, whereas the sequels are rooted in Scanner Cop / Scanner Cop 2 territory. Not that there's anything wrong with that, but I have to be in the mood for that kind of stuff, where I can watch Hardware just about any day of the week.
That would be an accurate statement. But when you find you are in that mood, and you enjoyed Nemisis... .then those are a fun continuation of the original.

And I like to see what these people put together on such small amount of money. The "stars" they get, the actors who all work other full time jobs but are super excited to be in a "movie" and they try soooo hard and end up overacting or are just terrible. But everyone is doing their best to entertain us. And as long as it's not boring......
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who left the back door open again? he keeps sneaking in
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Just received this. I'd never heard of it until last week and I've been trying to find more films that are similar. I own Hardware and Split Second, and will be getting Albert Pyun's Nemesis soon. I'd like to get Freejack but that appears to be OOP. Anything else in this particular style?
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Cyclops is a 35 minute setup for a 15 minute body-horror goresplosion climax.

But those 35 minutes create a nice atmosphere that effectively adds a little needed weight to endsanity,
[Show spoiler](two portmanteau's in two sentences... I AM ON FIRE HERE!)
lifting it above what otherwise could have easily been a very forgettable movie with a few great gore effects.

DiabolikDVD still has a handful in stock if you're down for a $26 blind buy of a 50-ish minute movie. I got my .50 per minute worth and then some.

I can't possibly sum the plot up any better than what appears on DiabolikDVD's page for the movie.
[Show spoiler](which appears to have just been lifted from iMDb, but DiabolikDVD is way cooler)
So just go check that out already, it's a great plot synopsis. Although whoever wrote that and I have very different definitions of what makes something "Z-Grade."

Disclaimer: this post was not sponsored by DiabolikDVD, but I'll gladly throw blind praise in here at anything they want to give me a free copy of in the future. Let's just see how fast those last six copies move now. Balls in your court DiabolkDVD.
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A blank screen welcomes us as a booming voice warns us of danger and witches! It's not quite William Castle level but it suggests a bit of that 60s hokey charm and was apparently added bu AIP for the US release.

The acting is fine but we aren't getting anyone particularly notable, at least in Horror, and there's no atmosphere to hold intrigue either as this takes place in college suburbia. Though the way one character says "Tansy" sounds almost like "Danzig"...

Anyway, this ends up playing out as more of a psychological thriller with very little actual "horror" happening. The lurid art is naturally a bait and switch but a solid film filled with paranoia was waiting for me, so I'm ok with that.
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