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    Marco Berger

    I've seen a few of his films but they seem to be more about gay teasing than actual gay action- but he does have a great eyes for casting good looking young men
  2. Disney bought 20th Century Fox and dumped this superior horror thriller- James Bradge Dale gives an intense performance as a man searching for a missing girl who might have gotten involved in a mysterious cult. You can see it on HBO Max
  3. Here is the trailer the film looks great on Blu ray...
  4. I guess Pal thought he was aiming at the movie at the kids- but it was barely released and it bombed- yes a sad a end to the Pal legacy
  5. Yes I saw the 2018 Broadway production - the cast was excellent and you got to see Matt Bomer in person who yes is that beautiful in real life- they made a one act play and it moved very fast and was memorable night in the theater. I would love to see a stage version of "Dracula"
  6. I did not see the made for Netflix re make but I did see the Broadway production which was excellent- the original cast is perfect they are a hard act to follow
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    "The 4th Man Out"

    Need to see this
  8. You are right this film was aimed at the general audience who were going to laugh at the swishy gays which goes back to the sissy character of the 1930s. It would have been nicer if at least one of the boys realized he was gay from the experience but of course that was not going to happen in 1969- not in an American movie anyway. The films punch line is that gays are hiding in plain sight. The disturbing angle now is that the boys homophobic reaction- specially in the scene in the gay bar is treated for laughs and normal behavior. No All American straight guy would let another man make a
  9. No if you are referring to "Let's Scare Jessica to Death" now that's a masterpiece compare to this lame time waster!
  10. A better title would have been let's bore you to death- one of the worst "films" I have ever seen....
  11. His horror films are crazy but he started out making serious black and white gay theme movies like "Vapors"
  12. Gay director David DeCoteau talks about the film...
  13. Yes Greer is the funniest thing about the movie- he tried to get the producers to make the gay characters less cartoonish- but this is the comic tone of the movie. The producers knew they needed a gay audience which is why Larry Casey is used as beef cake. I thought the interesting the scene in which he goes to bed with the transvestite and is discovered by the army investigator- I wonder how he proved he was gay to that guy ( oh it just my fan fiction imagination). The problem with the film is the two straight guys do not grow from the experience- you would think they would have become mor
  14. I finally saw this infamous comedy about two straight bros Danny (Kevin Coughlin) and Eliot (Larry Casey) who pretend to be gay in order to avoid the draft. Yes it's very cartoonish with bright over the top colors and political incorrect humor that would never swish in our woke times but it's also very funny at times. Michael Greer as Malcon the flaming landlord gets most of the laughs. The film is homophobic but what do you expect from the period it was made, The boys insist they are "normal" but nobody believes them. Casey who was in the "Rat Patrol" is used as a sex object and spend
  15. I was only familiar with Milligan from this horror gore exploitation movies- well you have to give some credit to try to pull off a period set horror with no money. Milligan became involved in the nascent off-off-Broadway theater movement where he mounted productions of plays by Lord Dunsany and Jean Genet at the Caffe Cino, a small Greenwich Village coffeehouse that served as a hothouse for rising theater talent like Lanford Wilson, Tom Eyen and John Guare. Milligan also became involved with directing low-key theater productions at the La MaMa Experimental Theatre Club. During this period,
  16. It was his Hitchcock period- it was very effective and that shower murder is shocking- but I thought the girls were too naive- I think there was a made for cable remake.
  17. This one is more thriller than horror but it'd effective gimmick free film from William Castle https://youtu.be/s5wHLYT61fs
  18. Lee was working actor I imagine he did a lot of films just for the paycheck- he was in "Airport 77" after all
  19. Thanks for the review I was thinking about getting this one
  20. He is a little weird...
  21. And plenty of gore!
  22. Of course there was a making off Caligula Penthouse edition! Guccione sneaked into the spectacular sets (well he paid for them )and shot porn inserts. Vidal should have tried to get Heffner to produce the film he had better taste.
  23. "She-Wolf of London" (1946) this seems to want to be Universal's answer to "Cat People" but it lacks that films scares not too mention a sexy leading lady. The story is more mystery than horror and at times feels like a radio play. It needed a bit more shocks
  24. You might be right about Reed's blase persona not working for the film.
  25. It was going to take a lot of body make up and special effects to turn Raquel Welch into Myron. I think you are right the film is a live action cartoon- you can see that from the opening scene. Reed does look bore but I'm not sure why he is even in the film after the opening scene- except to makes wise cracks which are not very funny. And yes Myra B is still very watchable is too outrageous to be boring
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