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3 movies that should be shown on tcm underground


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1 minute ago, speedracer5 said:

I like the sound of Shanty Tramp.  I endorse these suggestions.

Its good, reviewed here but I watched a terrible copy on a popular streaming site that begins with a Y.

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TCM Underground tends to air films in pairs instead of threes, so a few pairings I wouldn't mind seeing:

Jon Mikl Thor double feature

Rock'n'Roll Nightmare

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Zombie Nightmare

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Andy Milligan double feature

Guru the Mad Monk

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Torture Dungeon

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T.V. Mikels double feature

Astro-Zombies

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Girl in Gold Boots

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Al Adamson double feature

Dracula vs Frankenstein

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Blood of Ghastly Horror

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Weng Weng double feature

For Your Height Only

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The Impossible Kid

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4 minutes ago, roamcajun63 said:

What was the name of the movie where those teenagers ate that stuff that made them giants???  Saw a copy on VHS when I still lived in Van Nuys, CA.

It was perhaps: Village of the Giants (1965).

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Gummo

Happiness

Who Killed Teddy Bear?

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"Seriously, all I want to see is pieces of fried bacon taped on walls, because most films just don't do that." -- Werner Herzog, speaking in admiration of Gummo.

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2 minutes ago, Swithin said:

Gummo

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"Seriously, all I want to see is pieces of fried bacon taped on walls, because most films just don't do that." -- Werner Herzog, speaking in admiration of Gummo.

Recently purchased a copy of this one on e-bay.

Depictions of a dispirited town in a dispirited era. Fascinating and repugnant simultaneously.

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