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PostSubject: FILM NIGHT TONIGHT   Wed Mar 30, 2011 1:21 am

Film night tonight anyone got any reccomendations for a good film , last film night it was Cujo which was quite a good film followed by Cannibal holocaust , it was the first time I had watched any of the cannibal films (son inlaw is a big fan of this type of film) I must say a bit too extreme for me , i can watch happily as flocks of people get killed but a monkey and a turtle was a step too far.
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PostSubject: Re: FILM NIGHT TONIGHT   Wed Mar 30, 2011 2:49 am

I've not seen it myself but I've heard a lot of very mixed reviews about the film. I heard at the time of release a lot people thought it was a snuff film and there was a major court case.

I thought the scenes of animals actually being killed on screen was still banned in the UK. If not then why the hell is my PAL laserdisc of The Abyss very badly censored when they put the rat into the liquid oxygen?

Do you only watch horror films on your film nights? If so then I'd recommend the Romero Dead trilogy (don't venture past Day of The Dead, it's not worth it), 28 Days later, any classic Hammer Horror film, and a good Vincent Price film like House of Wax or House On The Haunted Hill.

You've probably seen most of these but I don't watch too much horror so not really got many to recommend.

Another good alternative film night is "Beer and Bad Movies Night.' The title says it all really, get some good beer and some films that are so bad they are legendary like Togan Ninja, Jesus Christ Vampire Hunter and Plan 9 From Outer Space.
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PostSubject: CANNIBAL HOLOCAUST   Wed Mar 30, 2011 8:35 am

The uk release of cannibal holocaust is censored but the laser disc is from the netherlands and is an uncut version , personally I think I would have prefered to watch the censored version, I can see why it was banned and I do think some of the scenes are real like the animal killings. Some people love these films but Im all for a good horror but I really didnt like some of the scenes and I found them a bit disturbing. Even by todays standards this film is shocking and when you think it was made nearly 30 years ago its no wonder it caused such controversy. My curiosity about the film is satisfied, I will choose the film tonight but i suppose if I have a few drinks I might be persuaded to watch cannibal ferox which my son inlaw has his eye on watching.
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PostSubject: Re: FILM NIGHT TONIGHT   Wed Mar 30, 2011 9:27 am

Yeah, the scenes of animal killings are real, which I cannot agree with in the name of "entertainment."
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PostSubject: Re: FILM NIGHT TONIGHT   Wed Mar 30, 2011 6:11 pm

I'm pretty liberal when it comes to movies. I'm only really offended by stuff that insults the intelligence and patronises me as a viewer. But I do draw the line at those Italian exploitation films that feature real animal killings. I know they have their fans - just read the reviews for CANNIBAL HOLOCAUST (UNCUT) on Amazon - but then some weirdos will watch anything.

If a film includes animal slaughter in a documentary sense (as in MY BROTHER'S KEEPER) or because it would be happening like that in any case (such as the cow killed ritually in APOCALYPSE NOW) then I have to accept it, but to deliberately kill innocent creatures just for "entertainment" is way past acceptable. It was bad enough seeing all the birds and rabbits slaughtered in the famous hunting scene in Renoir's RULES OF THE GAME but that's an old movie (1939), black-and-white, and it's supposed to be "arty" so I suppose we have to let that one through. CANNIBAL HOLOCAUST is by no means the only offender, but it's certainly one of the worst. (BTW, have you noticed that no one seems to mind fish, spiders or snakes being killed - for real - in movies, but I do. As owner of a pet snake called Eric, I regularly have to tell him to "look away now"!)

CANNIBAL HOLOCAUST is one of only 4 laserdiscs that I've bought, viewed, and then had to get rid off, because I wasn't happy with keeping such disturbing stuff in the house. The others were I SPIT ON YOUR GRAVE (more because it was such an inept movie than for its offensiveness), SALO: 120 DAYS OF SODOM (just couldn't get past some of Pasolini's really sick imagery) and the totally uncut CALIGULA (great fun in a disgusting sort of way, but not one to watch with the family!) Otherwise, pretty much anything goes.

For your next Film Night, if you want cheesy horror, try CELLAR DWELLER or CASTLE FREAK, or if you want to stretch out with a modern epic, try Philip Kaufmann's THE RIGHT STUFF. Watch it on the biggest screen you've got and TURN IT UP LOUD! Your socks will be knocked off.
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PostSubject: FILM NIGHT TONIGHT   Fri Apr 01, 2011 6:35 am

Yes wednesday was film night and we ended up watching 3 films back to back, the first film was a dvd called Redemption ,now I wasnt too happy that I was watching a dvd when i have so many films on laserdisc that Im still looking forward to watching but my wife had read the book and was very keen to see the film and as she usually falls asleep after the first film (AND SHE DID Sleep ) so I decided to put it on first. The film was ok it was a true story that tracks Stan "Tookie" Williams rise as co-founder of L.A.’s notorious Crips to his fall to death-row inmate, and rise again to Nobel Prize Nominee. The next film again was not my choice and we watched Cannibal ferox and as we have already discussed this is not my type of film and this one didnt change my opinion of this genre. The final film we watched was When we were kings which i had seen this before but It was the early hours of the morning and we only watched bits of the film in between conversation. I would reccomend When we were kings and it was one of the best films of 1996.
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PostSubject: Friday night is film night and so is every other night!   Fri Apr 01, 2011 11:21 am

Hey, can anyone join in this Film Night thread?

If so, then in my house almost EVERY night is Film Night. (I do set aside a couple of nights a week just for DVDs - whisper it gently - as I don't receive any broadcast TV, and this is my chance to catch up on certain TV series such as 24 or WITHOUT A TRACE.)

I recently relieved Dinodisc of a shedload of laserdiscs and have been busy trying to watch them all, usually a couple a night. They are all titles new to me, so I'm taking a bit of a gamble, but I usually check reviews on IMDB, Amazon and my Time Out guide first. And what wondrous gems have been unearthed. I'll not go through all the ones I've seen from this batch, but the outstanding ones have included the Fox/Jagger film PERFORMANCE, Woody Allen's EVERYONE SAYS I LOVE YOU, THE LIGHT IN THE JUNGLE (a biopic about Albert Schweitzer), BABY FACE and NIGHT NURSE (2 terrific pre-Code Hollywood sizzlers with Barbara Stanwyck) , BAD DAY AT BLACK ROCK (a modern Western - they drive cars rather than ride horses), THE WINTER GUEST (mesmerizing film with Emma Thompson AND her real mum), THE BIG COUNTRY (had never seen it before) and MICROCOSMOS (an incredible CAV documentary about creepy-crawlies).

Of course, there are some clunkers, too. Last night I endured ANACONDA (the biggest yawnfest since Rip Van Winkle opened his eyes). Much better was THE COMPANION (a superb sci-fi romance - yes, there is such a thing. Looked like it was made for TV, but it was excellent, and it was one that women would enjoy, being about "the perfect man" - a cyborg, naturally - who, like all real men, naturally goes and overdoes things and ruins everything. Scary in places, but with terrific performances from the two leads).

So, Friday night will be Film Night, again, and I fancy some action and a bit of horror, so Sam Fuller's THE BIG RED ONE (wartime memories) and DUST DEVIL (looks grim, but I can take it) are all set to go on that LD tray - unless YOU want to recommend something better!
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PostSubject: Re: FILM NIGHT TONIGHT   Fri Apr 01, 2011 12:48 pm

Last night it was 2001 CAV into 2010 CLV both NTSC versions...

Its been so long since ive seen both of them back to back and in letterbox + AC-3 on the latter.

Not sure what it is tonight as the GF is on her way round.
I had better not put the XXX on.... :-p then again it is very cheezy and last time we were just laughing at the hair styles.

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PostSubject: Re: FILM NIGHT TONIGHT   Fri Apr 01, 2011 5:06 pm

Tonight it was either going to be the Matrix on laserdisc or Seven Pounds on DVD (from Love Film).

Seven Pounds won and despite the format it's a film I'd highly recommend.
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PostSubject: Re: FILM NIGHT TONIGHT   Sun Apr 03, 2011 3:56 pm

I watched First Contact (pal laserdisc) last night and tonight is going to be Kelly`s Heroes.
Both are brilliant! every night is film night.
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PostSubject: FILM NIGHT TONIGHT   Sun Apr 03, 2011 6:33 pm

Just watched 2 more LDs tonight - and you couldn't get two more contrasting movies.

First up was ROOM AT THE TOP. Had never seen it before despite its being an important part of British film history. This was made in 1959, starring Laurence Harvey, and was reckoned at the time to be really steamy - it wasn't. Remember, though, this was before the 60s when sex (in the shape of The Beatles or the Lady Chatterley trial) hadn't yet been invented, so I suppose simply to have people talking about sex on the screen was daring enough. There was hardly any nudity, a bit of fondling, some of the men had mistresses and the 'hero' got his girlfriend pregnant so had to marry her. All shocking stuff back then, apparenly. It was a great film, fantastically acted and beautifully directed, but the print on this Roan laserdisc was not as sharp as you'd expect for an LD. It looked like it was a transfer from videotape.

What audiences from the late 50s would have made of my second choice this evening cannot be imagined. This was Ken Russell's LISZTOMANIA which I saw long ago at the cinema and recently bought on LD simply to watch it again. I love most of Russell's crazy films and a laserdisc copy of his masterpiece THE DEVILS is at the top of my most wanted list. (Sadly, it was only ever issued on LD in Japan with, of course, Japanes subtitles.) Now the irony is that Warner Brothers won't release THE DEVILS today on DVD, despite a huge campaign for it led by Mark Kermode, and yet LISZTOMANIA is freely available in both formats - and what execrable nonsense it is. I thought I might appreciate it better after 35 years but no, it was still the same overblown tripe that it seemed to be back then. What Roger Daltrey, Paul Nicholas and even Ringo Starr thought they were doing in this film is anyone's guess. It looked good in its full widescreen, the sound was truly excellent, but the film - yes, I know it was trying to give a potted history of a classical composer in the new genre of rock music but, unlike Russell's other great success, TOMMY, it simply doesn't work. It was all a bit 'soft-porny' for, I imagine, the director's own satisfaction.

I think I'll probably sell this one. It's a pity that ROOM AT THE TOP didn't look as good picture-wise. It was certainly the better movie.


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PostSubject: FILM NIGHT TONIGHT   Wed Apr 06, 2011 5:15 pm

Last night was double bill film night, sorry both on dvd and both were films that my wife had been longing to watch , I suppose I should give her some control of the tv once in a while and believe me its not often, luckily for me she is more for reading a book and I have the remote control 98% of the time , she went shopping and got a buy 1 get 1 free offer at morrisons so it was TOY STORY 3 & UP , I would reccomend toy story 3 but UP for me was just ok. Tonight was a better night and I watched straw dogs on laserdisc , never seen it before but thought it was a film worth watching. I have still to watch the birds 2 which I think might be next on my ld player, laserkb has told me it isnt such a bad film despite all terrible reviews I keep reading.
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PostSubject: Re: FILM NIGHT TONIGHT   Thu Apr 07, 2011 2:46 am

I've not seen Birds two, but I'm always surprised at the bad press it receives when in my opinion the original is one of Hitchcock's worst films. The scenes with the birds gathering in the playground is a classic, but the rest I just felt was very poor.
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PostSubject: Re: FILM NIGHT TONIGHT   Thu Apr 07, 2011 2:42 pm

I agree Toy Story 3 was brilliant but Up i found very boring.
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PostSubject: Re: FILM NIGHT TONIGHT   Thu Apr 07, 2011 5:50 pm

The good thing about being able to pick up certain LDs for under a fiver is that you can take a risk on titles you might not really otherwise consider. This was the case for the double bill we watched this evening, both LDs coming from Dinodisc for £4.99 each - and what a stunning pair they were. Now this is going to sound very esoteric and "arty" but it really shouldn't.

We started with LOOKING FOR RICHARD, a (sort of) documentary about the actor Al Pacino trying to stage a performance of Shakespeare's Richard III. I thought this might be tedious with a load of luvvies dissecting the Bard and being all pretentious. It was nothing of the sort. It was a truly fascinating insight into the play and its themes (this is one 'Shakespeare' I didn't really know apart from the famous "winter of discontent" and "my kingdom for a horse" lines) and it was also a perceptive look at the way people, especially Americans, consider Shakespeare and drama itself. It was 2 hours long and the time flew by. Unlike lots of movies, I think I'd like to see this one again, and soon.

Then, to make this a perfect double bill, we followed it with RICHARD III itself, but this one was the film version from 1995 starring Ian McKellen, updating the scenes to the 20th century in some fascist-ruled Britain that was more like Nazi Germany. And my God, you could see how easily a despot like King Dick could fit into a world of stormtroopers and jackboots. It was riveting and quite nasty in places. After all, it's riddled with murders, subterfuge and betrayal. The Godfather couldn't hold a candle to this uber-villain.

My point is that I'd never seen either movie before (although I'd heard of them) and I probably wouldn't have bothered with them on TV or on DVD, but it was great to have the chance to own them on laserdisc at such bargain prices. Probably not everyone's cup of tea (I doubt they sold many copies when released) but superb entertainment nevertheless. (And I learned quite a lot, too.)

Remember, a £20 disc won't necessarily be 4 times more enjoyable that a £5 one, just dearer.
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PostSubject: THE BIRDS 2 LANDS END   Fri Apr 08, 2011 2:19 am

I agree there are many films on laserdisc that are cheap and it might be a film that you wouldnt normally consider but if you can buy them for less than a fiver its worth the risk. Last night I watched The birds 2 lands end, now I had always been curious about the film but had been put off by the negative reviews the film has had. I had seen it for sale on amazon but the dvd was £25 and I didnt want to spend that much on something that there was every chance that I might not enjoy. I waited and eventually managed to buy the laserdisc quite cheap so it was worth the risk.
I quite enjoyed Hitchcocks The birds and I thought that the sequel wasnt all that bad , the original The birds was made in 1963 and the sequel 1994 ,the special effects for the original hichcock version of The birds was good for the the time of its release but in the Birds 2 lands end there was no improvement in the special effects even after 30 years since the making of the original. The film was made for tv and most likely on a low budget and it showed. Im glad that i have watched the film which was worth the price I paid , I think I would have been dissapointed had I paid £25 for the dvd. If you liked the original Hitchcock The birds then you might enjoy this film but be prepared for a sudden and terrible ending.
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PostSubject: Re: FILM NIGHT TONIGHT   Thu Apr 14, 2011 2:24 am

Last night we watched 2 films the first was In the name of the father which I had seen before but not for quite sometime and what a good film it is and I would say pete postlethwaite is for me the greatest ever british actor.He was described by Steven Spielberg as 'the best actor in the world' To which Pete Postlethwaite responded: 'I'm sure what Spielberg actually said was, "the thing about Pete is that he thinks he's the best actor in the world".Whilst I was doing a carboot sale on tuesday the fellow laserdisc collector I met there was telling me that laserdiscs are steven spielbergs prefered film format and he has a huge collection and even has the latest films transfered onto laserdisc has anyone else heard this?
The second film we watched was Breaking waves the criterion collection edition which I thought was an excellent film , good story, well filmed , acted and the laserdisc picture and sound quality was brilliant. Its quite a long film over 2hrs and it was great to see the deleted scenes at the end including a complete take that was cut from the film.


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PostSubject: Re: FILM NIGHT TONIGHT   Thu Apr 14, 2011 2:32 am

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Whilst I was doing a carboot sale on tuesday the fellow laserdisc collector I met there was telling me that laserdiscs are steven spielbergs prefered film format and he has a huge collection and even has the latest films transfered onto laserdisc has anyone else heard this?

That would certainly be a very interesting nugget of information if it's true. I wonder if he has Avater on CAV spanning 12 sides...
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PostSubject: Re: FILM NIGHT TONIGHT   Thu Apr 14, 2011 2:59 am

Ive just been looking through the internet to see if I could find anything about Spielberg's laseridsc collection and all I have found is an interview but it is from 1989.
WHAT ABOUT THE LASERDISC?
The quality is better - about 40 percent better. I have a laser at home and I love it. When somebody says they have a film on laser,I'll choose laser over cassette .And the sound is better.I would hope people could get the state of the art to play our movies on, because we've worked hard and slaved to make our movies look and sound great. Its a shame to have them played back on bad hardware.
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PostSubject: Re: FILM NIGHT TONIGHT   Thu Apr 14, 2011 3:34 am

Yeah, that's all I found too. Unfortunately it doesn't really provide a good basis for the rumour. Did the guy say where he heard it?
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PostSubject: Re: FILM NIGHT TONIGHT   Thu Apr 14, 2011 3:57 am

Think he had seen a programe about it , he did say he was interested in buying some discs so if he gets in touch I will be sure to ask.
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PostSubject: Re: FILM NIGHT TONIGHT   Sun Apr 17, 2011 9:04 am

Last night we watched Maniac on laserdisc and after reading some mixed reviews prior to watching it I was a little unsure
what to expect but I must admit I thoroughly enjoyed it. The film is about a serial killer who suffered abuse as a child at the
hands of his mother , so although he desires women, he turns violent the moment they challenge him.
The film was made on a low budget but it had good effects which were courtesy of Tom Savini and a decent storyline.
Tom savini even made an appearance in the film as one of Frank vitos victims.
The film has a dark and gritty feel to it and a realism that successfully made my wife jump a few times. My wife also enjoyed the film
but she found some of the scenes a little too graphic and had to look away from some of the murder scenes.
For films about serial killers this would have to be one of the best that I have seen.
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PostSubject: Re: FILM NIGHT TONIGHT   Sun Apr 17, 2011 1:11 pm

Watched another film from the batch of discs I recently got from Dinodisc. Again I was taking a gamble on an unknown title but, at the price, it was worth risking it. And what an eye-opener this was.

I have to admit I'd not previously heard of THE EIGHTH DAY despite the fact it had won a shedload of awards including a Golden Globe for Best Foreign Film and the two leading players shared the Best Actor Award at Cannes in 1996 (this was the first time this award had ever been shared). I don't suppose the film got much of a theatrical release in the UK and this may be because of its "difficult" subject rather than the fact it's subtitled. You see, it's about a guy with Down's Syndrome. This term is never used in the film - in fact, some visual play is made of the older, now non-PC, term "mongol" - but the movie never shies away from the fact that the character, Georges, is regarded as 'different' and an 'outsider' within society.

The film is in French (though actually it's a Belgian production) and features Daniel Auteil as Harry, a depressed marketing man with a failed marriage who, one night on a lonely country road in the rain, runs over a dog (yep, that bit was hard to watch) which is following Georges (played by Pascal Duquenne), the latter having 'liberated' himself from the Institution where he lives to go home to his mother. She, alas, has been dead for several years but she still appears and talks to him. So much of the film is about what goes in George's somewhat childlike mind, but the encounter with Harry changes both their lives dramatically. Harry, at first, simply wants to get rid of Georges to some suitable authority, but this proves to be less easy than supposed. A host of shared trials and tribulations bring the two together until they become inseparable.

What sort of a movie is this? Well, there were loads of laugh-out-loud moments, but it's not exactly a comedy. There is a lot of music and singing but it's not a musical. There were many poignant bits, and the ending is so moving and uplifting that we sat in silence afterwards for about 10 minutes just thinking about it, but it's not a tragedy. It's provocative, thoughtful and, most of all, original. It makes a case for the disabled to be treated like the rest of us, but the movie does not preach or patronise. Most of all, it's a rich human drama, beautifully filmed all over France.

I thought at first my innate prejudices might make this uncomfortable viewing. A lot of other Down's Syndrome 'actors' appear in the film too, but I soon took to liking them all. They were wonderful. I've genuinely never seen anything like this before - it will live with me for a long time.

And why is it called THE EIGHTH DAY? You'll have to watch the film to find out, but if you know your Bible, you'll know that "God saw that it was good". 10/10
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PostSubject: Re: FILM NIGHT TONIGHT   Wed Apr 20, 2011 11:38 am

Last night I watched Dr strangelove laserdisc on criterion and what a great film it was. Most of you have probably seen it before but this was the first
time I had seen it and it is certainly a film that I would watch again and again. Im now going to buy the dvd just so I can give it to my father in law
to watch as Im sure he too will love it. The whole issue of nuclear war is filmed as a black comedy but the plot is as relevent today as it was in the
day it was made. WHAT A GREAT FILM
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PostSubject: Re: FILM NIGHT TONIGHT   Wed Apr 20, 2011 12:16 pm

After purchasing a new ld player (well new for me) that plays both sides (i thank you laserkb you are a star) i am going to give it a test run tonight with jurassic park as its my daughters favourite and then dracula 1931 cos thats my favourite. As for the wife... Thats why we have multiroom.. I think ronnie has admitted its not her baby, dotvhas got involved and mo spiked the paparazzi tea with laxatives! Da da da da da da da da....
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