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Monday, January 19, 2015

Maniacal Movie Poster Monday #199!






When Blogger fixes the picture problem I'll be able to complete this post.




































Saturday, January 17, 2015

Saturday Night at the Movies 1/17/15!

Who cares what picture we see?



Jay Richardson would - in his own way. So, let's make this the choice for this evening...



(By the way - this trailer is R rated - and is NSFW - so view at your own risk)





Blogger is having picture problems - I'll add the poster when they get it fixed.

Sigh.













I first saw this on VHS way back when - and enjoyed the silly horror humor of it. It's got a great genre movie cast, plenty of nudity and violence - and a rockin' music score - what more could you ask of a movie?


I just added the limited edition autographed Blu-Ray to the video vault - and look forward to seeing this again in hi def - and you can join me if you like this very evening to watch it with me!







Until next post, you Can Poke Me With A Fork, Cause I Am Outta Here!

Monday, January 12, 2015

Maniacal Movie Poster Monday #198!






The Playmates  (Phantasy Films, 1973)


I don't feature much X rated stuff around the blog - but this is an awesome poster and I'm just boggling at the thought of 3-D porn...











The Bride and the Beast  (Allied Artists Pictures, 1958)


I saw this on the late show as a kid - but back then I didn't know who screenwriter Edward D. Wood Jr. was - now that I do I want to see this again!












The Invisible Woman  (Universal Studios, 1940)
When it was time for another Invisible movie - Universal swapped genders and tone - from the male and horror drama to the female and comedy. It's a nice change of pace for the unofficial series and well worth a watch.








Until next post, you Can Poke Me With A Fork, Cause I Am Outta Here!

Saturday, January 10, 2015

Saturday Night at the Movies 1/10/15!

Who cares what picture we see?



I don't believe Clyde Ventura would have - but we're picking this one nonetheless...











I first saw this backwoods flick on Showtime when I was just a lad - it was pretty racy and violent. I hadn't seen it for decades - apparently co-writer/co-director Ferd Sebastian is born again and kept his R rated movies on the shelf.  I finally managed to get ahold of a DVD-R ripped from a VHS - and while the movie is a little more tame than I remembered - it's still a solid Hicksploitaiton movie with some rough and nasty moments.


We could be getting all swampy with it anytime - even tonight - if you want to come by and watch it with me!







Until next post, you Can Poke Me With A Fork, Cause I Am Outta Here!

Wednesday, January 7, 2015

December 2014 Watchlist!


Here's everything I watched in the month of December: (this does not include a lot that was watched with my wondrous wife Suze - just my own personal watchlist - although Suze did watch some of this with me.)


H.O.T.S.  (Streaming - Hulu)

Sons of Anarchy: "Giving Back"  (Streaming - Netflix)

Stunts  (DVD)

Dark Shadows Episode 36  (DVD)

Dark Shadows Episode 37  (DVD)

Child Bride  (DVD)

Batman: "The Joker is Wild"  (Blu-Ray)

Batman: "Batman is Riled"  (Blu-Ray)

Mister Atlas  (DVD)

Magnum PI: "J. 'Digger' Doyle"  (Streaming - Netflix)

Crime Story  (Jackie Chan)  (Blu-Ray)

Sons of Anarchy: "AK-51"  (Streaming - Netflix)

The Trial of Billy Jack  (DVD)

Dark Shadows Episode 38  (DVD)

Dark Shadows Episode 39  (DVD)

Cover Me Babe  (VHS taped from cable)

Batman: "Instant Freeze"  (Blu-Ray)

Batman: "Rats Like Cheese"  (Blu-Ray)

Detour  (DVD)

Magnum PI: "Beauty Knows No Pain"  (Streaming - Netflix)

Mysterious Intruder  (DVR - recorded from TCM)

Forced Vengeance  (VHS)

Sons of Anarchy: "Old Bones"  (Streaming - Netflix)

Horror Island  (DVD)

Dark Shadows  Episode 40

Dark Shadows  Episode 41

Class of 1984  (DVD)

Batman: "Zelda the Great"

Batman: "A Death Worse Than Fate"

Burn Witch Burn  (DVR - recorded from TCM)

The Flash: "Fastest Man Alive"  (DVR - recorded from the CW)

1941  (DVD)

Sons of Anarchy: "The Pull"  (Streaming - Netflix)

Superman: Last Son of Krypton  (DVD)

Dark Shadows  Episode 42  (DVD)

Dark Shadows  Episode 43  (DVD)

Dark Shadows  Episode 44  (DVD)

Autopsy  (DVD)

Batman: "A Riddle a Day Keeps the Riddler Away"  (Blu-Ray)

Batman: "When the Rat's Away the Mice Will Play"  (Blu-Ray)

Mercenaries  (Streaming - Netflix)

Hell's Kitchen: "Six Chefs Compete"  (DVR - recorded from Fox)

Hell's Kitchen: "Five Chefs Compete"  (DVR - recorded from Fox)

Day the World Ended  (DVD)

Sons of Anarchy: "Hell Follows"  (Streaming - Netflix)

Daughter of Shanghai  (VHS - recorded from DVR - recorded from TCM)

Dark Shadows  Episode 45  (DVD)

Dark Shadows  Episode 46  (DVD)

Santa Claus  (1959)  (DVD)

Sea Hunt: "Sixty Feet Below"  (DVD)

A Pistol for Ringo  (DVD)

Hell's Kitchen: "Four Chefs Compete"  (DVR - recorded from Fox)

Hell's Kitchen: "Winner Chosen"  (DVR - recorded from Fox)

Child Bride  (DVD)

Doctor Who: "Last Christmas"

There Goes the Bride  (DVD)

Sons of Anarchy:  "Better Half"  (Streaming - Netflix)

Admission  (DVR - recorded from a free HBO weekend)

Heavenly Bodies  (DVR - recorded from TCM)

Dark Shadows  Episode 47  (DVD)

Dark Shadows  Episode 48  (DVD)

Get Crazy  (VHS)

The Woman in Black  (Streaming - Amazon)



And there you have it!





Until next post - you Can Poke Me With A Fork, Cause I Am Outta Here!

Monday, January 5, 2015

Maniacal Movie Poster Monday #197!






The Jungle  (Lippert Pictures, 1952)

 I haven't seen this - but I'm sure it's a goofy and fun backlot jungle flick with plenty of stock footage - and I absolutely love that they brag that the movie was "Filmed in SEPIA in the mystic heart of India." That just means they ran their low budget black and white movie through an optical filter to tint it brown. Not exactly a production value where I come from.













Three Bad Sisters  (Bel-Air Productions, 1956)



I also haven't seen this juicy potboiler with three sisters fighting over the family fortune after Daddy dies in a plane crash - but it sounds like one I'd enjoy - for the 50's babes alone!











The Devil's Bride  (aka The Devil Rides Out)  (Hammer Film Productions, 1968)


I have seen this one - and it's a fine Hammer horror pitting Christopher Lee against Charles Gray - meaning you have two Bond villains battling it out! Awesome! And it got the Devil's Bride title here in America because the American film executives thought The Devil Rides Out sounded too much like a Western!








Until next post, you Can Poke Me With A Fork, Cause I Am Outta Here!

Saturday, January 3, 2015

Saturday Night at the Movies 1/3/15!

Who cares what picture we see?




Lynn Lowry would - for sure. So let's make this the first pick for 2015...










Five years after Night of the Living Dead - George A. Romero fully returned to the horror genre for this thriller. Something is causing the residents of a small town to go mad and kill. The army moves in, and everyone has a bad day.


It's not as good as Night of the Living Dead - but it's still a solid low budget flick and well worth checking out. They also did a remake in 2010, I believe - and it's okay. The original resides in the video vault on a Blu-Ray disc - and we could be getting crazy with it anytime - even this very evening - if you wanted to brave the dangers of the crazies in the dark and come see it with me!






Until next post, you Can Poke Me With A Fork, Cause I Am Outta Here!