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Old 08-01-2008, 10:40 AM
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It's the second odd movie I really like but shouldn't...

But I'm not sober when viewing that one either...
I am more partial to her french sidekick, a film with something for everyone!
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Old 08-01-2008, 10:52 AM
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Yes I think I can see those haunted hills in the poster.
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Old 08-01-2008, 11:13 AM
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Yes I think I can see those haunted hills in the poster.
To what Hills are you refering?
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Old 08-01-2008, 11:55 AM
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Where do you find these films? I've never heard of them and I don't think you can get them in the UK.
Kevin, you should really befriend Amazon.co.uk as a source for such films, as I've done the same here in the States. I believe all the films mentioned so far are available on their site, though a couple may currently only be stocked with Region 1 discs at the moment.

While I try to support local retailers as often as I can with DVD purchases, hard to find titles such as these can often be obtained quickly through Amazon. There are also other online sources for DVDs which cater to more obscure films too.
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Oh, I know one that you guys probably haven't seen... but you should... and "odd" just doesn't really cover it... LOL.

"Goke: Body Snatcher From Hell."

It's a GREAT little alien invasion tale from Japan. It's so off the wall, Tarentino did an homage to it in "Kill Bill" where the airliner is flying through weird, orange skies...
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Old 08-01-2008, 01:23 PM
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Kevin, you should really befriend Amazon.co.uk as a source for such films, as I've done the same here in the States. I believe all the films mentioned so far are available on their site, though a couple may currently only be stocked with Region 1 discs at the moment.

While I try to support local retailers as often as I can with DVD purchases, hard to find titles such as these can often be obtained quickly through Amazon. There are also other online sources for DVDs which cater to more obscure films too.
Ok, thanks for the tip. I usually use play.com so i've not tried Amazon much but I'll take a closer look.

Sorry Zardoz, the hills reference was simply a poor taste cleavage joke about the first poster you put on.
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A Strange Vampire Movie Called Near Dark. I've Seen It Over And Over.
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I loved Logan's Run.
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George Lucas's first movie ( 1971). It almost killed his career before it started. You can see hints of Star Wars, just the feel & props. Great story line. Kinda like 'Logan's' run meets 'The Island' with a hint of "Blade Runner"...& so on. Tha main character was a guy names Thx, pronounced 'Thex' played by a young Robert Duval.

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