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  1. I Accuse My Parents
    353
  2. The Skydivers
    228
  3. High School Big Shot
    158
  4. Girl in Gold Boots
    242
  5. The Undead
    207
  6. The Rebel Set
    138
  7. Diabolik
    182
  8. Radar Secret Service
    180
  9. Racket Girls
    147
  10. The Deadly Mantis
    172
  11. The Dead Talk Back
    244
  12. The Human Duplicators
    171
  13. War of the Colossal Beast
    192
  14. SST: Death Flight
    67
  15. Cave Dwellers
    367
  16. Jungle Goddess
    149
  17. Devil Fish
    223
  18. Daddy-O
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I'll be honest, here: I think the Hercules/Maciste/Colossus movies are really easy to watch. They're not deep and meaningful, of course, but they're classic cheap adventure movies and I could easily watch them without riffing.

They're ripe for riffing, but they're not like the non-movies of the Coleman Francis type.


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622 - Angels' Revenge - about 5 years ago

Moral of the story: Don't do drugs, or a bunch of bimbos will chop your doodle off.


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320 - The Unearthly - almost 4 years ago

I will never, in a million years, get over the creepiness of Our Hero shooting the moves on a mentally ill woman in the midst of a pile of corpses. Twilight only aspired to this level of Creepy Hero-dom.


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The girl with the strong jaw and the braids, who gets carried off by the Altai Tatar guys (or Mongols, or whatever they are) at the beginning looks just like the one in 'Magic Voyage of Skinbag' who was bringing water back to town at the beginning of that one.


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106 - The Crawling Hand - over 1 year ago

53:59 Better get to work on those o-rings.

A Challenger joke, Tom? Really?


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424 - Manos: The Hands of Fate - over 1 year ago

This annotated version is annoying. It explains EVERY riff, even the really obvious ones. "Eveready is a brand of battery." Really? I did not know that.


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202 - The Sidehackers - about 4 years ago

Hey everybody, NUMBER 16!!!!


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202 - The Sidehackers - over 3 years ago

Ross Hagen was nominated for an Oscar for this picture? ;)


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202 - The Sidehackers - over 1 year ago

Watching the segment with Gretchen the Slinky, see the hand on the other side of the box? That is not Joel's hand. His shoulder is not positioned correctly for that to be his hand, unless his forearm is really long. I notice it because I am an artist, I like to draw, and the implied proportions are all wrong. *wants to erase and reposition*
It amuses me more than anything else. the fact that I spotted it.


"...Black gold......Texas tea."
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This makes an excellent theater-style Double Feature with my ~favorite~ 'truck-driving movie', the French epic of Venezuela "The Evil That Men Do" (some may have seen the Freidkin re-make 'Sorcerer', with Roy Scheider and a pair of deuce-and-a-halfs). They carry two truckloads (since they'll be lucky if ~one~ makes it) of unstable, 'sweating' nitroglycerin across the cordillera to put out a raging oil-derrick fire....the other side of the triumphant 'Creole Oil' story. Get ready for subtitles in the original, though (unless you're fluent at French).


Introducing Petey Plane (and a cast half of which will grace the rest of CF's 'work'
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Yes, ladies and gentlemen; children of all ages----this is Petey's debut (as well as Coleman's), albeit they hadn't started calling him by name yet. Francis, interestingly, lays out in this stunning first effort all his future themes: look for shooting from planes, greasy, ill-lit interiors, coffee real and implied, and pixie-cut women meeting violent ends.


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The strange thing is, that Squaremaster thing would work. You're just moving around and simulating exercises, which is actually exercise.


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