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RE: [ACT] Your last movie? - rredmond - 08-18-2021

Wait, a follow up to Hawk the Slayer? Cool!


RE: [ACT] Your last movie? - Oedipussy Rex - 08-18-2021

Not a sequel. That never came about. Couldn't even raise $15 million on Kickstarter awhile back. But it has that whole Sword-and-Sorcerer vibe with a paladin and a barbarian and a thief and a magic-user and an elf and a princess in peril and ...


RE: [ACT] Your last movie? - rredmond - 08-18-2021

Hawk the Trope Slayer? Wink


RE: [ACT] Your last movie? - Oedipussy Rex - 08-19-2021

Moonshine County Express (1977) John Saxon, Susan Howard, William "Cannon" Conrad, Claudia "Miss November 1969" Jennings, Maureen "Marcia, Marcia, Marcia" McCormick

For a '70s moonshine flick, of which there are many, it's not bad. No, the dialogue isn't exactly on par with Tennessee Williams, Arthur Miller, or Mamet --Hell, it's not on par with Franz Liebkind-- but the movie's got good old-fashioned, dirt road car chases, not to mention Dub Taylor and Jeff Corey, so what more could one want?


RE: [ACT] Your last movie? - Oedipussy Rex - 08-22-2021

Enter the Dragon (1973) Bruce Lee, John Saxon, Shih Kien, Jim "Not That Jim Kelly, Sucker" Kelly

Classic.

Fun Fact: Even though he had been practicing martial arts for 15+ years at the time of filming, this is John Saxon's first -- and last -- martial arts film.


RE: [ACT] Your last movie? - Oedipussy Rex - 08-22-2021

Rubber (2011) Stephen Spinella, Roxanne Mesquida, Wings Hauser

A radial tire comes to life and develops the power to destroy anything, while an audience observes. A not bad deconstruction of entertainment media. Not great, but not bad.


RE: [ACT] Your last movie? - Oedipussy Rex - 08-24-2021

Invasion of the Animal People aka Space Invasion of Lapland (1959) Barbara Wilson, Sten Gester, John "Heart-Breaker" Carradine, baby!

oof


RE: [ACT] Your last movie? - Oedipussy Rex - 08-24-2021

Invisible Invaders (1959) Philip Tonge, John Agar, Jean Byron, John "Diggity" Carradine, baby!

Aahhh, that's better.


RE: [ACT] Your last movie? - Oedipussy Rex - 08-27-2021

Drive-in Double Feature

The Girls from Thunder Strip (1970) - Jody Mcrea, Maray Ayres, Casey Kasem

One weird, disjointed movie. It starts as a biker flick, switches to moonshine/bootlegger, then jailbreakers on the lam, ending chase scene on foot, with one of the most unintentionally hilarious conclusions I've seen.
With a reported runtime of 80 minutes and and actual runtime of 74, the jumps from the missing footage makes for an authentic drive-in experience.

Zombie Hunter (2013) - Martin Copping, Clare Niederpruen, Danny Trejo

A supposed dark comedy, it's been a long slide down from Heat for Danny.


RE: [ACT] Your last movie? - Kersus - 08-30-2021

(08-17-2021, 05:25 PM)Oedipussy Rex Wrote: Prisoners of the Lost Universe (1983) Richard Hatch, Kay Lenz, John Saxon

Terry Marcel and Harry Robertson's follow-up to Hawk the Slayer with Sci-Fi trappings of the main characters being transported to a parallel universe.

Fun Fact: Filmed in South Africa during the height of Apartheid.

How did I miss this? I need to find it.