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  • Cheap Bin 70s euro trash DVD

    http://www.amazon.co.uk/Super-Bitch-...f=pd_cp_d_h__0

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    Enthusiastic vagueness passes for scholarship in the twilight world of the disc-jockey.

    John Peel

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    Thanks mate, bagged. Also some other interesting Arrow titles up there for buttons. 'The Night Child' is also worth a watch, and 'Dead End Drive In' is also great.

    'Penitentiary' looked promising, but instead I picked up Que La Bete Meure, Midnight, Don't Go In The House and Deadly Spawn as well.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Viva Chiba View Post
      Thanks mate, bagged. Also some other interesting Arrow titles up there for buttons. 'The Night Child' is also worth a watch, and 'Dead End Drive In' is also great.

      'Penitentiary' looked promising, but instead I picked up Que La Bete Meure, Midnight, Don't Go In The House and Deadly Spawn as well.
      I hadn't realised it was 4 for a tenner which is great. I got Dead End Drive In, Midnight and Don't Go in The House (probably hoping it will be like the grindhouse trailer "Don't"). The Argento ones in the offer are well worthwhile to anyone who doesn't have them. I already had Deep Red and Bird With Crystal Plummage but was happy to get Cat Of Nine Tails for cheap.

      Might go for a second bite too. Exterminator and Pin look really interesting. Tempted by Commander, a Lewis Collins macarnoni combat flick. Though it is apparently the least good of the three he did but the others are at least twice the price and probably all similar enough.

      I have the old Vipco release of Deadly Spawn and I was never a fan of Gremlins so it didn't do a lot for me. But for kids vs monsters its a very decent flick. Actually it may have been returned to the wild.
      Enthusiastic vagueness passes for scholarship in the twilight world of the disc-jockey.

      John Peel

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      • #4
        I really like DEADLY SPAWN - such fun homemade FX.

        PIN is great too, pretty slow but very creepy. Love that sort of quietly eccentric gear.... EXTERMINATOR is a bit if a classic, not my fave of the "revenge" flicks though - ROLLING THUNDER Is my number one - love that film!
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        • #5
          Originally posted by pencilface View Post
          ROLLING THUNDER Is my number one - love that film!
          Me too. My favourite bit is when Devane goes to get Tommy Lee Jones to help him kill a load of people - Jones doesn't hesitate for a nanosecond, just gets his bag. hoping to show it soon at Phantom Cinema.
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          • #6
            Do it! We did a revenge double: that b/w "they call her one eye"... People seemed to dig it.

            "Walking Tall" would be good too... You love Joe Don Baker don't you?
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            • #7
              I do love Joe Don Baker, yes. So many good action films from that era, you could do double bills for weeks.
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              • #8
                Originally posted by ginghamkitchen View Post
                Me too. My favourite bit is when Devane goes to get Tommy Lee Jones to help him kill a load of people - Jones doesn't hesitate for a nanosecond, just gets his bag. hoping to show it soon at Phantom Cinema.
                Watched it last night, they don't make 'em like they used to! Thanks for the tip guys. Agreed on the 'I'll get my gear' line - the moment the audience (and TLJ) has been waiting for!
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                • #9
                  Originally posted by ginghamkitchen View Post
                  Me too. My favourite bit is when Devane goes to get Tommy Lee Jones to help him kill a load of people - Jones doesn't hesitate for a nanosecond, just gets his bag. hoping to show it soon at Phantom Cinema.
                  I've recently stumbled upon it via a Will Oldham/Matt Sweeney song that samples it. I saw them a couple of weeks ago and dug out the Superwolf lp and got totally obsessed with 'Blood Embrace' which features dialogue from it.

                  Going to watch it tonight hopefully.

                  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8JDaBRVy4ek
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                  • #10
                    I recognised that sample when I first saw the film too - heart wrenching scene that...

                    That Superwolf album is so good! Maybe my favourite Bonnie Billy release? Don 't know much about Tim Sweeny though...
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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by pencilface View Post
                      I recognised that sample when I first saw the film too - heart wrenching scene that...

                      That Superwolf album is so good! Maybe my favourite Bonnie Billy release? Don 't know much about Tim Sweeny though...
                      Superwolf is amazing - I didn't notice that sample when watching the film. My other favourite Will Oldham is the covers album with Tortoise - still play it totally regularly.

                      Matt Sweeney presents a very good fun documentary series about guitars for Vice TV: http://noisey.vice.com/en_uk/guitar-moves
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