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The_Masked_Claw
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RE:Recently Viewed
(Date Posted:06/16/2017 1:23 PM)

I watched the insane Terror in the Aisles earlier today, in a zonked-out haze from being up the entire night prior.  They might as well have called it "All The Masked Claws' Favorite Scenes from All The Masked Claws' Favorite Movies" or something ( perhaps a little less clunky). 
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Deeky
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Re:Recently Viewed
(Date Posted:06/16/2017 1:26 PM)

Reply to The_Masked_Claw (06/16/2017 3:17 PM)
Reply to Marxo_Grouch (06/16/2017 3:52 AM)

I've never seen Svengoolie. In fact, I've never been quite sure what he/it was.

As horror hosts go, he's considered one of the bigger names.  Turns out there's a whole "horror host underground" of people doing their own little shows on public access and other media these days.  I suspect that their only audiences are other horror hosts, though.  You know who I never got a chance to see any of?  Joe Bob Brigs.  Totally missed seeing any of his stuff.


I was lucky enough to be growing up in L.A. when Elvira was just some local movie host. She was great.
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The_Masked_Claw
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RE:Recently Viewed
(Date Posted:06/16/2017 2:55 PM)

That would have been awesome indeed!  She has got to be considered one of the all-time-greats of the trade.  I saw her show a couple of late nights in mid/late-80's Atlanta, GA but that was about it. 

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Choconado
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Re:Recently Viewed
(Date Posted:06/16/2017 5:07 PM)

 There was for a while in my area a guy called Wolfman Mac on the local channel late night saturdays.  He had funny bits, but his catalog was bottom barrel cheap stuff.  There's also some cat named Creepy Clyde that comes to events and stuff but I've almost never seen him on tv ever.  When I was like, single digit age there was a guy called The Ghoul on the air out here, and he's considered legendary in horror host circles.

Regarding Svengoolie, he's lucky in that he's got the top shelf distribution package that almost nobody else does in this day and age, and was picked up by a small time national network.  But maaaan, is he not funny in the least.  In 2013 I was at a tiny local horror con where one of the guest speakers was Son of Ghoul, who Svengoolie tried to sue in the 80s because they both had the schtick of top hats and black suits and goatees.  SoG seemed a much cooler dude, and he revealed that apparently Svengoolie is an asshole that is only friendly to the other horror hosts in the brotherhood when cameras are rolling.
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The_Masked_Claw
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RE:Recently Viewed
(Date Posted:06/19/2017 2:57 PM)

 I sat down to Cannibal Terror yesterday with only the title to go by.  Boy, was that a slog.  Utter wreck of a movie, from beginning to end.  The 2.5 stars it garners on the IMDb is probably too high a prize. 

Fortunately, a documentary called Going to Pieces: The Rise and Fall of the Slasher Film (2006) made up for things. 

Oh, and I watched another really awful, downright forgettable one called Epitaph, which was a Troma release. 


So, two terrible movies and one decent documentary.  Bleh.  I need something quality this evening.
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The_Masked_Claw
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RE:Recently Viewed
(Date Posted:06/24/2017 3:48 PM)

I had never properly seen Attack of the Killer Tomatoes until today.  Turns out I really wasn't missing much.  I have all three sequels here, too, but don't know if I'll be getting around to them any time soon.
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Deeky
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Re:Recently Viewed
(Date Posted:06/24/2017 4:56 PM)

Wasn't Gary Condit in one of those? 
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The_Masked_Claw
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Reply To Deeky
(Date Posted:06/24/2017 5:38 PM)

Reply to Deeky (06/24/2017 4:56 PM)

Wasn't Gary Condit in one of those? 

Couldn't say, though the name rings a bell.  Wasn't he a disgraced politician or celebrity?

Anyway, AotKT wasn't a total bust by any means.  There were some cute little blink-and-miss-them amusements throughout.  Just not enough.  Felt like a template for things like Airplane and Naked Gun to come.



Watched 1939's The Cat and the Canary with Bob Hope earlier today.



Just downloaded a full two-hour, commercial-intact episode of Night Flight from 1987.  That will be an odd one to sit down to after all these years.
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Mayzshon
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Reply To The%5FMasked%5FClaw
(Date Posted:06/25/2017 7:37 AM)

Reply to The_Masked_Claw (06/24/2017 4:48 PM)

I had never properly seen Attack of the Killer Tomatoes until today.  Turns out I really wasn't missing much.  I have all three sequels here, too, but don't know if I'll be getting around to them any time soon.

AothKT 2
is better than it's predecessor. It features the legendary John Astin, and an impossibly young George Clooney.
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Mayzshon
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Reply To The%5FMasked%5FClaw
(Date Posted:06/25/2017 7:44 AM)

Reply to The_Masked_Claw (06/24/2017 4:48 PM)

I had never properly seen Attack of the Killer Tomatoes until today.  Turns out I really wasn't missing much.  I have all three sequels here, too, but don't know if I'll be getting around to them any time soon.

AothKT 2
is better than it's predecessor. It features the legendary John Astin, and an impossibly young George Clooney.
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The_Masked_Claw
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Reply To Mayzshon
(Date Posted:06/26/2017 7:48 AM)

Reply to Mayzshon (06/25/2017 7:44 AM)

Reply to The_Masked_Claw (06/24/2017 4:48 PM)

I had never properly seen Attack of the Killer Tomatoes until today.  Turns out I really wasn't missing much.  I have all three sequels here, too, but don't know if I'll be getting around to them any time soon.

AothKT 2
is better than it's predecessor. It features the legendary John Astin, and an impossibly young George Clooney.


Huh.  Evil Roy Slade himself, eh?
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KillerGoldfish
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Reply To The%5FMasked%5FClaw
(Date Posted:06/26/2017 11:33 AM)

Reply to The_Masked_Claw (06/24/2017 5:38 PM)

Reply to Deeky (06/24/2017 4:56 PM)

Wasn't Gary Condit in one of those? 

Couldn't say, though the name rings a bell.  Wasn't he a disgraced politician or celebrity?


Politician.  He was suspected of killing Chandra Levy for a while.
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The_Masked_Claw
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RE:Recently Viewed
(Date Posted:06/29/2017 1:12 PM)

After mentioning I'd watched the wretched Space Mutiny many months ago, someone here replied about how terrific the MST3K-version was.  Well, I finally got around to it, and yes indeed!  Made the morning here.
 
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The_Masked_Claw
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RE:Recently Viewed
(Date Posted:06/29/2017 1:32 PM)

Some excellent documentaries here last week.  First up was NYC `77: The Coolest Year in Hell, which was, as the name implies, about a seminal year in Metropolis that reverberated around the world.

Then, I called-in one day and binge-watched 6 hours of a miniseries called America's War on Drugs (subtitled: "This is Your History on Drugs", which I thought was catchy).  Obviously, as someone who gets all seat-squirmy after 90 minutes, it had to be pretty damned interesting to keep me glued through two separate 3-hour sittings.
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Deeky
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Re:Recently Viewed
(Date Posted:06/29/2017 2:41 PM)

Reply to The_Masked_Claw (06/29/2017 3:12 PM)

After mentioning I'd watched the wretched Space Mutiny many months ago, someone here replied about how terrific the MST3K-version was.  Well, I finally got around to it, and yes indeed!  Made the morning here.
 



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The_Masked_Claw
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RE:Recently Viewed
(Date Posted:06/29/2017 4:38 PM)

I spoke to Reb Brown briefly at last Pensacon.  Unfortunately, his panel conflicted with some other event, so I missed that.  Nice fellow, though.  Still looked like he was in geat shape. 

Along with all those hilarious names they came up with, I loved all the fitness jargon they kept tossing out while Reb lumbered around the sets.  And Cameron Mitchell as Captain Santa!  "Ho!" 

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Mayzshon
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RE:Recently Viewed
(Date Posted:06/29/2017 6:53 PM)

Tin Sandwich, Anyone? A BBC documentary about the history of the harmonica.  There have been some really impressive players through the years.
I found that it both inspired me to play again, and intimidated the hell out me. 
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Mayzshon
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RE:Recently Viewed
(Date Posted:07/01/2017 2:55 PM)

Moana- Wish i'd seen this on the big screen, it looks like it would have been incredible.  A first for Disney, both of the heroines's parents are alive.*
*Wendy Darling doesn't count. She was boring.
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The_Masked_Claw
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RE:Recently Viewed
(Date Posted:07/16/2017 7:21 PM)

Larry Cohen's God Told Me To.  The epitome of "What did I just watch?"-movies.  A fascinating train wreck of a film.
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Deeky
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RE:Recently Viewed
(Date Posted:07/17/2017 8:48 AM)

T2 Trainspotting: Not as good as the original, but much better than I expected. Gets a little clunky in the third act, but I'd otherwise recommend it.
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