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1 International Congress on Love and Sex with Sherman Tanks
Jan 18 02:44am
Related to nothing, here's bigdaddyrhino's profile pic.

				
2 Lemon
Jan 18 01:33am

ballp.it Changelog (post #124)

Alright, Victor et al, I see your point. Will adjust when I have time.

				
3 myteenagedreamended
Jan 18 12:07am
Periodically I thank Al Goldstein for existing, otherwise the world would have never known if the film Him, a porn flick about a gay man who has sex with Jesus in 1970s Manhattan, actually existed or was a figment of Michael Medved's imagination.
The fact that nobody has ever found a surviving print of that movie is genuinely tragic to me.

				
4 International Congress on Love and Sex with Sherman Tanks
Jan 17 11:51pm
Whiskey Corazon would be an excellent name for a Southwestern US-influenced band.

				
5 Neal
Jan 17 11:12pm
Bible: the Gathering, a CCG with only biblical themes and characters

That's already out there.

				
6 A Meat
Jan 17 11:09pm
Bible: the Gathering, a CCG with only biblical themes and characters

				
7 Mr. Hunky Academia
Jan 17 10:57pm

Movies on Youtube (post #2)

The 1000 Eyes of Dr. Mabuse (1960)

Last movie the German genius director Fritz Lang (Metropolis, M, The Big Heat). A tight crime thriller about the ominous figure Dr. Mabuse. A marriage of German expressionism and contemporary Hollywood.


The Spook Who Sat by the Door (1973)

A movie that was almost erased from history due to it's depiction of African-American militarism. A black man gains access to CIA training and then uses that knowledge to plot a new American Revolution.
Features an incredibly funky score by none other than Herbie Hancock.


War of the Wizards (1978)

Lord help me I'm back on my kung fu bullshit. It's dumb, it's weird, I LOVE IT. Also features Richard Kiel in between filming his two stints as "Jaws" in The Spy Who Loved Me and Moonraker.


				
8 LancashireMcGee
Jan 17 08:56pm
Why's the guy in 'One Week' perving on Sailor Moon. Those girls are like thirteen.

				
9 KingKalamari
Jan 17 05:11pm

Movies on Youtube (post #2)

As is probably almost common knowledge at this point, due to errors in filing the original copyright, the original Night of the Living Dead is in the public domain and is thus available for free pretty much everywhere online:



				
10 Mr. Hunky Academia
Jan 17 02:09pm

Movies on Youtube (post #2)

Hey firends

There are a lot of small forgotten movies buried deep within the youtube algorithms. Everything from dumb Hong Kong kung-fu flicks and eastern-european arthouse movies to middle-american social realism and Nollywood insanity. I've started this thread to share some of the better ones I've found and I hope you'll share some recommendations as well!

God Told Me To (1976)

Part crime drama, part religious thriller as a cop has to investigate seemingly random religiously motivated rampages all over New York. To quote a letterboxd reviewer: "It's nearly impossible to really describe the story without spoiling it, because it's so uniquely bizarre you can't help but give too much away."

Viy (1967)

A young priest is ordered to preside over the wake of a neighboring farmers daughter,  and as he spends three nights alone with the corpse he only has his faith to protect him from her dark secret. An old soviet spooker with great suspense and amazing special effects. Well ahead of it's time.


Tokyo Blood(1993)

A collection of 4 short stories of individuals metaphorically trapped in the urban sprawl of Tokyo. Directed by one of my favorite punk directors Gakuryū Ishii.

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