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Shuvcat

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  1. I bet none of them are as good as the vid for Cities in Dust by Siouxsie and the Banshees.
  2. For Michigan, don't forget Escanaba in Da Moonlight, and portions of Diehard 2's final scene (filmed at the Alpena airport because that's the only airport that had snow at the time of filming)
  3. I had no idea Tom was supposed to be Disney the first few times I saw the promo. Based on the title of the picture, and how he looks, I thought he was playing some real-life person who inspired David Tomlinson's character from Mary Poppins.
  4. I just kind of assumed they were showing lots of "family friendly" films today because of Thanksgiving. Jungle Book, Sinbad, Muppets, Argonauts, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, etc etc.
  5. A-ha, that fixed just about all of them. Thank you!
  6. Hi, I've been enjoying all your threads, but I was wondering why the links on the very last page lead to the general forum. I'm talking about the list of links that are supposed to lead to your old reviews of Manster, Mesa of Lost Women, Screaming Skull, etc. They just go to the forum's front page, there's no reviews at all. Many thanks for all the laughs anyway!
  7. @Holdenishere I think I remember Janet Leigh saying that Anthony was snacking on sunflower seeds in the movie. On the other hand, someone else said it was candy corn. I may be confusing the two. I too wish I could have seen Psycho and, of course, the original Dracula back in the day when they were new, and not so "spoiled".
  8. I thought BrainTWD was one of the honestly better films they showed on MST3K. On my disc they included the non-MST version on one side of the disc. They used to do that on the early releases. I have never seen ThingTCD before. Looking forward to more headless fun!
  9. Pretty neat, thank you for the info. I think it's startling because in a movie from this era you expect to see something like the time-lapse transformation type scene used in many Wolfman movies, which was also fun to watch but not quite as seamless as this effect. Pretty impressive.
  10. Boy, I've been watching CGI too long. How did they do that with the old hag at the end without CGI? (And why aren't they still doing it?)
  11. > {quote:title=NoraCharles1934 wrote:}{quote} somehow producing Gene freak'n Tierney "Hi! I'm Sheriff Gene Freak!"
  12. I remember the first time I saw Westworld on TV back in the late 80s. Of course what everyone remembers about Westworld is Yul Brynner as the evil Gunslinger robot. But it wasn't until I saw The Magnificent Seven years later that I realized he was kind of twisting his image from that movie. Taking the heroic image and turning it evil. It's kind of the same thing that's happening now in that GE commercial with Hugo Weaving reprising his Agent Smith from The Matrix. He was totally evil in that movie, and now GE would have us believe he's good... or is he??
  13. Mechagodzilla? http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0071565/?ref_=sr_1
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