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Mr. Gorman

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  • Birthday 02/08/1973

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    I ♥ cockatiels!

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  1. I didn't know THE SWARM had been released on Blu-Ray. So now I know. Thanks for the info, Tom. Also, HAMRADIO, I think there's several versions of STAR WARS with various differences out on VHS and DVD and BluRay. Hard to keep track of all the versions extant. (Just like BLADE RUNNER. Think there's some 7 versions of that movie floating around depending on what you buy). I have a UK VHS of "Star Wars" from 1982 and that's the only version of the movie I've ever owned. I had a VCR that played PAL-format VHS tapes and it used to beg for mercy because I played so many PALs in that
  2. DICK CLARK was the baddie who killed JAMES STACY and DENVER PYLE on that final episode of "Perry Mason". His briefcase caught him out!
  3. Greetings, peeps. I see THE SWARM is scheduled to air at 8:30 AM Eastern Standard Time on Tuesday, October 26th. And this screening looks to be the full version Irwin Allen wanted to release in '78 before Warner Bros. had the film cut down to its 116 minute theatrical run time. Note the programming ▬ block ▬ has THE SWARM airing from 8:30 AM to 11:15 AM when "The Pack" is scheduled. I think if TCM was planning to air the theatrical version at 1 hr 56 mins the next movie would start at 10:30 AM, but it doesn't. This leads me to believe the 155-minute version will be shown. → If it i
  4. Sounds like THE BLACKBOARD JUNGLE (1956). Rock around the Clock! Next: Corey Haim, Gary Busey, Megan Follows
  5. TOKYO AFTER DARK (1959) Starring Richard Long. Next: A movie with lots of over-acting! Way too intense for the material . . .
  6. There was a made-for-television movie that I wished I'd have watched years ago when it aired. It was called THIS HOUSE POSSESSED (1981-Tvm).
  7. THE HOUSE isn't picky! It feeds on your soul! It makes you think strange thoughts! It makes you do an occasionally diabolical thing! (Or something). AMITYVILLE 2: THE POSSESSION is quite similar. "The House" makes brother lust after sister! Uh-oh. Very bad things!
  8. SHUCKS! I forgot to mention something → DAN CURTIS "went to the well" with the ending of BURNT OFFERINGS. If you've seen the Dan Curtis-directed 1971 horror movie NIGHT OF DARK SHADOWS you'll see Curtis used the same "unwisely going back into the house to check on something" end scene for "Burnt Offerings".
  9. JENNIFER WARREN gets kiltivated in MUTANT, unfortunately. In regards to BURNT OFFERINGS I've always assumed it was The House that made Ollie go over the edge here 'n' there. The House was preying upon him! Just like the Overlook Hotel preyed upon the already-fragile mental state of Jack Nicholson. ALSO: Did you know the UK version of THE SHINING ran approx. 23 minutes less than the U.S. 'cut' of the movie? Runs 142 minutes here in the U.S., but only 119 minutes in the UK. I don't know if the UK DVD release is the fuller version, but the UK Warner VHS release only runs 114 m
  10. JEANNE! Next: ROBERT, ROD and RIP
  11. PANIC AT LAKEWOOD MANOR (1977-Tvm) (also known as "Ants!") -and- TARANTULAS: The Deadly Cargo (1977-Tvm) (May as well pair up these TVM's!)
  12. HAGEN! Next: BELLWOOD, BRYANT, HENSLEY
  13. I'm thinkin' it's JUBAL (1956). NEXT: JACK LEMMON, LEE REMICK, CHARLES BICKFORD
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