Cool! Thanks for posting. I was getting discouraged that no one was showing me theirs. Never saw Hotel Room, would you recommend it? I wish I owned some Rohmer, specifically Boyfriends & Girlfriends. That's how I was introduced to him on a rented VHS and none of his other films I've seen have quite lived up to it. I can't believe you found that super rare My Left Foot sequel! People are asking almost a grand for that on Ebay. I'm not familiar with anything in the bottom picture, so no comment.
I've found some good ones over the past few weeks that I'm particularly excited about watching, but I got so much stuff for christmas I've been meaning to see ( The Wire box set, Ain't Them Bodies Saints, Alfred Hitchcock Collection, Pyscho 1-4 ) that I've hardly gotten to any of these! These first 3 should be obscure enough to raise your interest. They're all covers I spotted in other people's collections and thought "I WANT THAT!!"
Fade To Black caught my eye because I'm really into movies about cinephiles. It's starring Dennis Christopher, who played Leo's right hand man in Django. I guess he's really proud of it because he RT'ed my tweet @ somebody saying "This looks right up my alley." The woman who played Sheeba Rt'ed me too…No explanation for that. People seem to like it. Any of you familiar?
I feel like I'd be doing a disservice to not show you the description on the back of 'The Pit'
New York Ripper was looking lonely on my shelf so I gave him some friends
I really enjoy these. I didn't expect Class Reunion to be a horror spoof, and it's one of the most ridiculous I've seen! Never knew National Lampoon took a stab at that.
Rolling Thunder is like the perfect revenge movie. The story is cut and dry, and yet the way it ends so abruptly always makes me feel like I missed something. Am I alone on this? As someone who loves Taxi Driver I feel like I should be more familiar with it.
I know, Friday The 13th part 4, big whoop. Well, that's kind of the point. This was the first Rated R movie I managed to sneak past my mom at the blockbuster counter, at a young 5 years old. I remember thinking that the violence was real, and that people who starred in horror movies were just like suicide cases or criminals who had to end their lives so they volunteered to do it in a cool way. Heady concept for a kid that age, but I thought it was true! I look forward to rewatching and thinking about how my small brain processed it back then.
Here are some that I'm proud of finding because I'd never heard of any of them and they all seem interesting. Any of you seen these? Dark Of The Night is a New Zealand flick, N.
Cool covers…Movies notsomuch
and lastly…my favorite christmas present of 2013.
This will allow me to take clips of some of these to post here! Possibly do other things..
Most importantly, I'll finally get to transfer all our home videos. It's taken me forever to get around to that.