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  1. #76
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    Here's a Double Dose of Ozploitation for your Friday the 13th (incidentally, two with David Hemmings, a Brit who enjoyed much success in the golden era of Ozploitation films).

    Both of these are on Prime.

    So, grab a coupla or five oil cans of Fosters and sit back and enjoy some low-budget madness from Down Under.


    THIRST
    A whacked-out and cheesy good vampire romp.




    DARK FORCES (aka HARLEQUIN)
    A bugged out thriller heavily tinged with a sense of sinister WTF.

    "Man, we killin' elephants in the back yard..."

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    Last night I revisited Buckaroo Banzai. Best end credits EVER! And what a cast, amiright?



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    I have an exgf that was in a really bad B movie, she looked great but I have to admit it bothered me seeing her killed in an extremely gory scene. I watched it once about 30 years ago and don't remember if I even watched the whole thing. I'm sure I could find it if I looked (I've forgotten the name of the movie) but I still have no reason to see it again.

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    "Can't you see..."

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    Hobo with a shotgun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AustinFromSA View Post
    Last night I revisited Buckaroo Banzai. Best end credits EVER! And what a cast, amiright?



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    'Struth. Although one could argue that it's a B-movie that transcends itself and is therefore no longer a B-movie .....

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    WARRIORS OF THE WASTELAND
    This Italian Mad Max/Road Warrior rip-off is pure campy genius.
    Teeming with strange homoeroticism, lots of cheesy post-apocalyptic vehicles, and Fred "The Hammer" Williamson, it's definitely worth a late nite, red eyed and painless viewing.

    "Man, we killin' elephants in the back yard..."

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    Dolemite. Because apparently dookie has never seen it. Which is a fucking travesty.

    And because Dolemite is his name, and fucking up motherfuckers is his game.


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    Road House.

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    Jerry Powell and the delusion of grandeur. It's on Amazon. I found it hilarious. It's about a gas huffing guy and his exploits. Worth the watch anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by toast2266 View Post
    Dolemite. Because apparently dookie has never seen it. Which is a fucking travesty.

    And because Dolemite is his name, and fucking up motherfuckers is his game.



    It's in my Amazon Prime queue, fwiw.

    Additionally, I have seen Shaft, Sweet Sweetback's Baadasssss Song, The Mack, Superfly, Trouble Man, 3 The Hard Way, Cleopatra Jones, Foxy Brown, and a few other seminal Blaxploitation films, but yeah, never Dolemite.

    Oh, and today I learned that there was a sequel to Superfly, where he goes to Rome and joins an African revolution!?!
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    Quote Originally Posted by dookey67 View Post


    It's in my Amazon Prime queue, fwiw.

    Additionally, I have seen Shaft, Sweet Sweetback's Baadasssss Song, The Mack, Superfly, Trouble Man, 3 The Hard Way, Cleopatra Jones, Foxy Brown, and a few other seminal Blaxploitation films, but yeah, never Dolemite.

    Oh, and today I learned that there was a sequel to Superfly, where he goes to Rome and joins an African revolution!?!
    Ah. A fellow blaxploitation film fan, I see. Have you seen Black Dynamite, then? It's one of my all time favorite late night flicks and a fantastic homage to the genre. I've probably re-watched this one over and over more than any other movie. SO quotable:


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    Quote Originally Posted by AustinFromSA View Post
    Ah. A fellow blaxploitation film fan, I see. Have you seen Black Dynamite, then? It's one of my all time favorite late night flicks and a fantastic homage to the genre. I've probably re-watched this one over and over more than any other movie. SO quotable:

    Yup.
    Saw it in the theater.
    Even interviewed MJW about it, but never sold the story.
    Posted about it back in the day, too: https://www.tetongravity.com/forums/...Black+dynamite

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    Quote Originally Posted by dookey67 View Post
    Yup.
    Saw it in the theater.
    Even interviewed MJW about it, but never sold the story.
    Posted about it back in the day, too: https://www.tetongravity.com/forums/...Black+dynamite

    Haha. Nice. I had a feeling you'd be a big fan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ill-advised strategy View Post
    Wrong thread, man!



    This thread is titled "Favorite "B" Movies", NOT "Favorite "SKI" Movies"...

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    The Guatemalan Persuader is the b movie of ski movies.

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    Watched Friday the 13th Part 2 last night. Seriously comes off like a high school film class project or something. Just so, so bad. But I still watched.

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    Gotta go B+ on this one...


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    Repo Man
    Animal House seems to fit the criteria of B movie.
    Maybe even Caddyshack
    I'd put the original Terminator in the B movie category and some of Schwarzenegger's other early work too. Commando definitely.
    A bunch of those early Chuck Norris flicks too.
    Probably most, if not all of those Golan-Globus productions.
    Star Wars - A New Hope?
    Death Wish? If not the orginal, one or all of the sequels. At least DW2 had the Jimmy Page soundtrack.
    A Boy and His Dog
    Strange Brew
    Silent Running
    Tank Girl
    The Groove Tube
    O.C. & Stiggs
    Baseketball
    Orgazmo
    My dad took me & my brother to see The Incredible Two Headed Transplant when we were kids. Keep waiting for that one to show up on TCM. Probably be waiting a while longer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by powpig View Post
    Death Wish? If not the orginal, one or all of the sequels. At least DW2 had the Jimmy Page soundtrack....
    Don't forget that DW had that sick Herbie Hancock score...

    But definitely Charles Bronson's latter day output was hardcore B:
    10 to Midnight
    The Evil That Men Do
    Murphy's Law
    Messenger of Death
    Kinjite

    But he also flirted on and off with B fare early in his career.

    The more I think about it, the more I believe that the Leo character in Once Upon A Time In Hollywood is partially based on Bronson's career (he did a lot of TV, then went to Europe and was successful and then came back and slipped into B action and thriller fare).
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    Gotta be The Creature from the Black Lagoon for me, if only for how insanely hot Julie Adams was.



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    Quote Originally Posted by I Skied Bandini Mountain View Post
    Gotta be The Creature from the Black Lagoon for me, if only for how insanely hot Julie Adams was.


    Yah, but the diapers kind of kill the mood for my. YMMV.
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    the situation strikes me as WAY too much drama at this point

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    Dude, 1954.. Spandex was still a few years away.

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    creepshow
    maximum overdrive
    howard the duck

    a huge +1 to the ..
    uhf
    better off dead
    strange brew
    army of darkness
    terminator
    bmx bandits
    heavy metal

    How had I missed this thread?!
    Ha!

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