Directed by Guillermo del Toro. Butchered by the Weinsteins. There is a director cut. Titles are one of the most blatant ripoffs of Seven. In fact the background voices say the word “seven” twice during the Seven ripoff title sequence. I knew I had seen at least part of it on cable because I remembered the two kids…
Johnny Mnemonic, Event Horizon, Total Recall, Fortress, Demolition Man. What I’ve watched so far in the last week. Looking for more. The Rocketeer Blu-ray I’ve seen three times from the library.
Directed by Stuart Gordon. I rented this on VHS. Playing now.
Train movies. Remake with Gene Hackman, Anne Archer was playing on OTA TV for a while. Directed by Peter Hyams. I was watching some of the original Richard Fleischer noir last night. Cinematography by George Diskant.
Directed by Don Coscarelli. I once owned more copies of Phantasm than any other movie. Two versions on VHS and the DVD. Also with Joe Bob and The Beastmaster for good measure.
Invading aliens. Attacking aliens. Or just visiting aliens. What to do when aliens land in your backyard.
Quatermain. Directed by J. Lee Thompson. Cannon Group extravaganza, of sorts.
Early 90s. Up to Diggstown.
Fletch. I am about 100 pages into the paperback. It’s pretty sharp. Funny, but not as silly as the movie. Movie directed by Michael Ritchie. Richard Libertini, Joe Don Baker, Tim Matheson, M. Emmet Walsh, Geena Davis, George Wendt, William Sanderson, George Wyner.
Saw a bunch of Clue nerds on another site saying Clue was the better movie by far. Maybe one person went 70s. Most hadn’t seen Murder By Death anyway. I have both on DVD. Murder By Death is one of my favorite movies.
Beloved and not so beloved. Should be a number. Also promos at random.
ABC 1985. I was trying to think of another classic horror movie that got a lot of TV airing. Directed by Stanley Kubrick.
Continuing buddy cops. Busting (1974). Peter Hyams. Found enough for a new post. Black Rain, Freebie and the Bean, Tango & Cash, Alien Nation, The Hard Way, Turner & Hooch, Hickey & Boggs, Number One with a Bullet, Partners.
Directed by Bob Clark. Came across the TV ad the other day. I watched it while looking for some of the unknown buddy cop movies. The Pat Morita/Jay Leno Holy Grail of the genre is Collision Course. Found another obscure one while doing this post, Downtown (1990), Forest Whitaker and Anthony Edwards. I also watched…
Hot Dr. Pepper. Written and directed by Hugh Wilson. Brendan Fraser, Dave Foley, Alicia Silverstone, Sissy Spacek, Christopher Walken. Recommended.
New 1980 CBS promo.
Coming up on this-TV after Diggstown. Another cultish item. Golf clap. Underrated. Written and directed by Emilio Estevez.