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Old 09-19-2011, 10:06 AM   #991
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Guns (1990) from the Girls, Guns, and G-Strings Box Set



Andy Sidaris' franchise makes its way into the 90s with Guns.

Dona Speir returns and her new partner is Roberta Vasquez (who played a villain in one of the previous films).



This time the sexy members of The Agency have to stop a South-American gun-runner, played by Erik Estrada, and put him out of business.

Estrada sends tranny assassins to help dispatch of the Agency.
I like that Danny Trejo popped up in this one.
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Rammbock: Berlin Undead '10 (Fun zombie flick from Germany. What starts out as a routine visit to his ex-girlfriend, turns into a fight for survival as a virus spreads across Germany turning the infected into zombies.)

YellowBrickRoad '10 (Great concept, great atmosphere, some spooky moments, horrible ending, but I still enjoyed it. In 1940 the entire population of a small New Hampshire town follows a trail and never comes back. Fast forward to today a small group decides to investigate what happened.)

Friday The 13th '80 Audio Commentary (Finally sat down to listen to the commentary....ugh, one of the most disappointing and annoying commentaries I've listened to. First off, they don't even watch the movie, it's just audio interviews...when I listen to a commentary I want them to be watching the movie they are talking about because the filmmakers/cast/crew comment on things they may never have in regular interviews. The host of the commentary Peter Bracke, who wrote "Crystal Lake Memories" was annoying, rambled on and on, none of the interviews revealed anything that hasn't already been discussed before. Lots of stuff was constantly repeated. Yes Victor Miller ,we get the point that you don't like horror films and that none of the slasher films that came out after Friday the 13th were as good, and that you had nothing to do with the rest of the Friday The 13th franchise.
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Do or Die (1991) from the Girls, Guns, and G-Strings Box Set



Dona Speir and Roberta Vasquez are back again for another round.

This time crime lord Kane, played by Pat Morita, is angry at the agents for destroying all of his plans so he calls upon 6 different teams of assassins to play a game in hunting down the agents.

What does everyone do while trying to hide from the assassins? Find time to make out, have sex, and get in the hot tub of course.



Erik Estrada also returns, but this time he plays a good guy. (I liked him better as a villain)
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Absolution

70's thriller with Richard Widmark.
It was excellent and SCARY!
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Tenacious D & the Pick of Destiny and here's a pic from that movie
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Alice in Wonderland (1999) on DVD


This adaptation originally aired in 1999 on NBC and was created by Hallmark Entertainment.

It stars Tina Majorino as Alice (known for Napoleon Dynamite later on) and features a star-studded cast: Ben Kingsley, Martin Short, Miranda Richardson, Robbie Coltrane, George Wendt, Christopher Lloyd, Gene Wilder, and Whoopie Goldberg.




I didn't like this because I thought it was poorly done. I though the special effects were awful, I didn't care for the musical numbers, the poor casting choices (Whoopie Goldberg as the Cheshire Cat)...

To me this just wasn't that great. I enjoyed Tim Burton's adaptation much better.
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Something Wicked This Way Comes (1983) on VHS


In a small town, two young boys discover that there's something strange about the traveling carnival that came in.

The carnival is run by "The Dark People" who travel the world preying on the desires of people, taking their souls for granting their wishes.



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Soft For Digging '01 (An elderly man looking for his cat in the woods witnesses a small girl being murdered. He is soon haunted by the girl and becomes obsessed with finding her killer.
In some ways it's almost a silent movie as very little dialogue is spoken- I think the lead maybe speaks 10 words.)

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House Of The Devil '09 (A college girl desperate for money takes on a baby sitting job, and she learns the hard way that things were too good to be true. A great slow-burner, love the feel and atmosphere, they did a great job at making this look 80's retro. Tom Noonan and Mary Woronov play the couple that hires the babysitter, and Dee Wallace makes a nice little cameo appearance.)

Witches' Night '08 (A group of guys go on a last minute canoe trip also learn the hard way that things are sometimes too good to be true when they encounter 4 beautiful girls out in the woods. This is a fun ride, a great blend of horror and comedy.
Betsy Baker who played Bruce Campbell's girlfriend in the original Evil Dead makes an appearance, and even gives a nod to that film.)
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Hanna (2011) on Blu-ray


A 16-year-old girl lives with her father out in the Finland wilderness. She has never come in contact with modern society and her father trains her 24/7 on how to be a deadly assassin.

One day Hanna decides that she "is ready" to enter the real-world and everything soon comes to light on why she and her father were hiding.
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