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Diggstown (1992) Diggstown (1992)

Saturday on this-TV after The Saint. Directed by Michael Ritchie.

The Omen (1976) The Omen (1976)

Various Omen/Damien promos and TV spots.

Dead Heat (1988) Dead Heat (1988)

One of you knuckleheads told me about this movie. New TV spot I came across. Joe Piscopo, Treat Williams. Dead buddy cops. Never seen it.

Road House (1989) Road House (1989)

Patrick Swayze.

Conan the Barbarian (1982) Conan the Barbarian (1982)

Never got its own post here. Part of the 80s Blu-ray haul from Barnes & Noble.

Labor Day Blu-ray Labor Day Blu-ray

I’ve been avoiding the upstairs in August so the only thing I’ve watched in HD is Ice Age. First animated Blu-ray. Rain today and more rain coming with this week’s tropical disturbance. Random Blu-rays off the shelf. Still a couple I haven’t watched. Blu-ray Labor Day.

Speed (1994) Speed (1994)

Directed by Jan de Bont.

Red Heat (1988) Red Heat (1988)

Directed by Walter Hill.

The Presidio (1988) The Presidio (1988)

Directed by Peter Hyams.

Fletch Lives (1989) Fletch Lives (1989)

Directed by Michael Ritchie.

Small Soldiers (1998) Small Soldiers (1998)

Directed by Joe Dante.

80s Commercials, Promos, and TV Spots 80s Commercials, Promos, and TV Spots

July 1982 WKBD Detroit commercial block.

Magnum Force (1973) Magnum Force (1973)

Directed by Ted Post.

The Soldier (1982) The Soldier (1982)

New cheesetastic TV spot. Tangerine Dream score. You don’t assign him, you unleash him. Ken Wahl.

1988 & 1989 Movies 1988 & 1989 Movies

Completing the 80s movies with 1988 and 1989.

Revisiting the 80s Movies Revisiting the 80s Movies

Series over. A couple of 70s years mixed in.

1988 & 1989 TV Spots 1988 & 1989 TV Spots

Various 1988 and 1989. I saw movies in those years.

90s TV Spots 90s TV Spots

New 90s TV spots. 92 and 93. True Romance, Alien 3, Fortress, Age of Innocence, Kalifornia. I have three of these on VHS.

Sorcerer (1977) Sorcerer (1977)

Directed by William Friedkin.

Sedagive?! Sedagive?!

Abby Someone.

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