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Favorite Film Titles - 12/2/2019 11:37:03 PM   
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I have not actually seen any of these movies (although I have seen some of their trailers). Please let me know if any of them are worth seeing.


1. Nude Nuns With Big Guns

2. Satan's School For Girls

3. Snakes on a Plane

4. Mars Wants Women

5. They Saved Hitler's Brain

6. Surf Nazis Must Die

7. Hobo With a Shotgun

8. Cannibal Women in the Avocado Jungle of Death

9. Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein

10. A Complete History of My Sexual Failures
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RE: Favorite Film Titles - 12/3/2019 6:06:01 AM   
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I have not actually seen any of these movies (although I have seen some of their trailers). Please let me know if any of them are worth seeing.

1. Nude Nuns With Big Guns

warspite1

I started watching this but had to give up. It was simply too complex for me to properly understand. I found it full of subtle nuances that were difficult to follow unless unless one is truly at home with the genre. A cerebral work, this film explored in depth aspects of a nun's life that one needs to be fully immersed in the faith to really be able to appreciate.


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RE: Favorite Film Titles - 12/3/2019 6:41:39 AM   
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Nude Nuns With Big Guns was on TV, here in the UK, only a couple of days ago. It was on very late, and a TV magazine I saw gave it the lowest possible mark when reviewed. I did not see it myself, but I think you can safely give it a miss. :)

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RE: Favorite Film Titles - 12/3/2019 11:00:20 AM   
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I have not actually seen any of these movies (although I have seen some of their trailers). Please let me know if any of them are worth seeing.

1. Nude Nuns With Big Guns

warspite1

I started watching this but had to give up. It was simply too complex for me to properly understand. I found it full of subtle nuances that were difficult to follow unless unless one is truly at home with the genre. A cerebral work, this film explored in depth aspects of a nun's life that one needs to be fully immersed in the faith to really be able to appreciate.


You should start with a simple film like Bergman's Seventh Seal and work your way up to Nude Nuns With Big Guns.

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RE: Favorite Film Titles - 12/3/2019 1:20:31 PM   
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"Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein" is a classic comedy movie. If you like the old monster movies, I highly recommend watching it.
I've seen all but 1 and 10. They are pretty lame (with the exception of frankenstein). But with the right libations and attitude they can be fun to watch.

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RE: Favorite Film Titles - 12/3/2019 1:33:10 PM   
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"Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein" is a classic comedy movie. If you like the old monster movies, I highly recommend watching it.
I've seen all but 1 and 10. They are pretty lame (with the exception of frankenstein). But with the right libations and attitude they can be fun to watch.

Thank you! You are a true connoisseur of schlock films.

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RE: Favorite Film Titles - 12/3/2019 5:02:21 PM   
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ORIGINAL: Zorch

I have not actually seen any of these movies (although I have seen some of their trailers). Please let me know if any of them are worth seeing.

1. Nude Nuns With Big Guns

warspite1

I started watching this but had to give up. It was simply too complex for me to properly understand. I found it full of subtle nuances that were difficult to follow unless unless one is truly at home with the genre. A cerebral work, this film explored in depth aspects of a nun's life that one needs to be fully immersed in the faith to really be able to appreciate.


You should start with a simple film like Bergman's Seventh Seal and work your way up to Nude Nuns With Big Guns.
warspite1

That's good advice. I think I was too over optimistic in terms of what I could process. Nude Nuns With Big Guns was just so deep on so many levels. Why, the psychological implications alone were staggering.


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RE: Favorite Film Titles - 12/3/2019 6:22:50 PM   
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ORIGINAL: Zorch


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ORIGINAL: warspite1


quote:

ORIGINAL: Zorch

I have not actually seen any of these movies (although I have seen some of their trailers). Please let me know if any of them are worth seeing.

1. Nude Nuns With Big Guns

warspite1

I started watching this but had to give up. It was simply too complex for me to properly understand. I found it full of subtle nuances that were difficult to follow unless unless one is truly at home with the genre. A cerebral work, this film explored in depth aspects of a nun's life that one needs to be fully immersed in the faith to really be able to appreciate.


You should start with a simple film like Bergman's Seventh Seal and work your way up to Nude Nuns With Big Guns.
warspite1

That's good advice. I think I was too over optimistic in terms of what I could process. Nude Nuns With Big Guns was just so deep on so many levels. Why, the psychological implications alone were staggering.


I must confess that I'm afraid to watch it...I may have to frequently stop and rewind it to make sure I didn't miss anything.




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RE: Favorite Film Titles - 12/3/2019 7:08:13 PM   
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1 title more:
Call Girl of Cthulhu

Anyone seen that one?

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RE: Favorite Film Titles - 12/4/2019 4:04:28 AM   
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Ok, Call Girl of Cthulhu has been added. One more to make an even dozen?

1. Nude Nuns With Big Guns

2. Satan's School For Girls What classes do they offer?

3. Snakes on a Plane Samuel L Jackson!

4. Mars Wants Women

5. They Saved Hitler's Brain

6. Surf Nazis Must Die Imagine Hitler on a surfboard

7. Hobo With a Shotgun The late great Rutger Hauer is the Hobo

8. Cannibal Women in the Avocado Jungle of Death

9. Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein

10. A Complete History of My Sexual Failures The filmmaker interviewed his ex-girlfriends

11. Call Girl of Cthulhu





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RE: Favorite Film Titles - 12/4/2019 9:26:59 PM   
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7. Hobo with a Shotgun

What a riot to watch, buckets of fake blood thrown from the off screen special effects team.

Poor Rutger Hauer "RIP", must have owed someone a favor, or a lot of money to play this roll.

Story line about a homeless man who goes to a Pawn Shop to buy a lawnmower to start his own business.
Instead he buys a shotgun and becomes a vigilante.

This movie ranks up there with "Killer Clowns from Outer Space".

Another awesome movie is "Machete", the unedited version.


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RE: Favorite Film Titles - 12/5/2019 3:41:43 AM   
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I'm not sure you can call it a film, but:

"Bambi Meets Godzilla"

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8s3UogfAGg0


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RE: Favorite Film Titles - 12/5/2019 11:34:22 AM   
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7. Hobo with a Shotgun

What a riot to watch, buckets of fake blood thrown from the off screen special effects team.

Poor Rutger Hauer "RIP", must have owed someone a favor, or a lot of money to play this roll.

Story line about a homeless man who goes to a Pawn Shop to buy a lawnmower to start his own business.
Instead he buys a shotgun and becomes a vigilante.

This movie ranks up there with "Killer Clowns from Outer Space".

Another awesome movie is "Machete", the unedited version.


+1 Machete was great. Unfortunately the title isn't silly enough for the list.
I will look for Hobo and watch if it shows up.

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RE: Favorite Film Titles - 12/5/2019 2:26:02 PM   
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You've left off:

The Assault of the Killer Bimbos, and

Teenage Cat Girls in Heat.

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RE: Favorite Film Titles - 12/5/2019 2:35:39 PM   
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No particular order

Kelly's Heroes

Where Eagles Dare

Die Hard

Brewsters Millions

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RE: Favorite Film Titles - 12/5/2019 3:32:13 PM   
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7. Hobo with a Shotgun

What a riot to watch, buckets of fake blood thrown from the off screen special effects team.

Poor Rutger Hauer "RIP", must have owed someone a favor, or a lot of money to play this roll.

Story line about a homeless man who goes to a Pawn Shop to buy a lawnmower to start his own business.
Instead he buys a shotgun and becomes a vigilante.

This movie ranks up there with "Killer Clowns from Outer Space".

Another awesome movie is "Machete", the unedited version.


+1 Machete was great. Unfortunately the title isn't silly enough for the list.


+2. Wasn't there a scene where Machete killed a bad guy by backing up a boat on a pier and hitting him with propellers?

My liver can't handle the requisite preliminaries to enjoy these movies as much as I used to.

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RE: Favorite Film Titles - 12/5/2019 4:49:50 PM   
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No particular order

Kelly's Heroes

Where Eagles Dare

Die Hard

Brewsters Millions

Unfortunately the titles of these fine movies are not funny or outrageous enough to qualify for the List.
Thank you for participating. You may pick up your consolation gift at the door.

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RE: Favorite Film Titles - 12/5/2019 4:57:38 PM   
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You've left off:

The Assault of the Killer Bimbos, and

Teenage Cat Girls in Heat.

I will add your fine suggestions to the list, pending further investigation. What do Killer Bimbos do when they're not assaulting? This being a public forum, we don't want to give the kiddies any misleading ideas that might corrupt their morals (any more than we want them corrupted).

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RE: Favorite Film Titles - 12/6/2019 12:38:17 AM   
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7. Hobo with a Shotgun

What a riot to watch, buckets of fake blood thrown from the off screen special effects team.

Poor Rutger Hauer "RIP", must have owed someone a favor, or a lot of money to play this roll.

Story line about a homeless man who goes to a Pawn Shop to buy a lawnmower to start his own business.
Instead he buys a shotgun and becomes a vigilante.

This movie ranks up there with "Killer Clowns from Outer Space".

Another awesome movie is "Machete", the unedited version.


+1 Machete was great. Unfortunately the title isn't silly enough for the list.


+2. Wasn't there a scene where Machete killed a bad guy by backing up a boat on a pier and hitting him with propellers?

My liver can't handle the requisite preliminaries to enjoy these movies as much as I used to.



Maybe the content will help boost it up on the list.


I love it when he rappels out of a hospital window using some poor smucks intestines.
At the start of the movie, I can't figure out how the girl hides the knife where she does.
That's gotta hurt.
It has to be the unedited version you watch, the censored version just doesn't do this movie justice.



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RE: Favorite Film Titles - 12/6/2019 1:04:28 AM   
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7. Hobo with a Shotgun

What a riot to watch, buckets of fake blood thrown from the off screen special effects team.
Poor Rutger Hauer "RIP", must have owed someone a favor, or a lot of money to play this roll.

Story line about a homeless man who goes to a Pawn Shop to buy a lawnmower to start his own business.
Instead he buys a shotgun and becomes a vigilante.

This movie ranks up there with "Killer Clowns from Outer Space".

Another awesome movie is "Machete", the unedited version.


+1 Machete was great. Unfortunately the title isn't silly enough for the list.


+2. Wasn't there a scene where Machete killed a bad guy by backing up a boat on a pier and hitting him with propellers?

My liver can't handle the requisite preliminaries to enjoy these movies as much as I used to.


Maybe the content will help boost it up on the list.

I love it when he rappels out of a hospital window using some poor smucks intestines.
At the start of the movie, I can't figure out how the girl hides the knife where she does.
That's gotta hurt.
It has to be the unedited version you watch, the censored version just doesn't do this movie justice.


I must have seen the censored version because I don't remember the former scene. But the title isn't weird enough for the list. Sorry about that...

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RE: Favorite Film Titles - 12/6/2019 1:07:20 AM   
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Sorry, did they make this film about Slick Willie?
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Abbott and Costello was funny

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RE: Favorite Film Titles - 12/6/2019 1:09:04 AM   
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“Don’t be a menace to South Central while drinking your juice in the hood”
Ridiculous comedy/ parody of many serious movies ( like boys in the hood , as the most obvious)

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RE: Favorite Film Titles - 12/6/2019 1:15:23 AM   
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Oh yeah , “Bad Taste” silly movie of beetlesesque government agents trying to stop aliens whom have taken over a New Zealand town to set up a cooking school of human delicacies haha. ( also Jackson of LOTR’s fame first movie !!)

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RE: Favorite Film Titles - 12/6/2019 1:27:37 AM   
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Last one: “Bring me the head of Alfredo Garcia “ classic Peckinpah...

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RE: Favorite Film Titles - 12/6/2019 2:31:19 AM   
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Sorry...movies that use titles from other movies are not eligible for the list. Your other 2 titles are good movies but not outrageous enough to make the list. Jay has your consolation prize in the box behind Door #2.

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RE: Favorite Film Titles - 12/6/2019 7:38:14 AM   
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OK how about an old Classic - "Attack of the Killer Tomatoes" ?

Or better still something seasonal, "Santa Claus Conquers the Martians" ?




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RE: Favorite Film Titles - 12/6/2019 10:11:16 AM   
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Shutter Island

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RE: Favorite Film Titles - 12/6/2019 12:02:26 PM   
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OK how about an old Classic - "Attack of the Killer Tomatoes" ?

Or better still something seasonal, "Santa Claus Conquers the Martians" ?


Excellent suggestions. However, 'Santa Clause Conquers the Martian Killer Tomatoes' would have been even better. One can only wonder why the director overlooked this possibility.

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RE: Favorite Film Titles - 12/6/2019 9:03:14 PM   
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OK how about an old Classic - "Attack of the Killer Tomatoes" ?

Or better still something seasonal, "Santa Claus Conquers the Martians" ?


Excellent suggestions. However, 'Santa Clause Conquers the Martian Killer Tomatoes' would have been even better. One can only wonder why the director overlooked this possibility.



Don't know - maybe they're hunting for cross-over financing ?

In the meantime how about -"To Wong Fu, Thanks for Everything! Julie Newmar."

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RE: Favorite Film Titles - 12/6/2019 9:36:23 PM   
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OK how about an old Classic - "Attack of the Killer Tomatoes" ?

Or better still something seasonal, "Santa Claus Conquers the Martians" ?


Excellent suggestions. However, 'Santa Clause Conquers the Martian Killer Tomatoes' would have been even better. One can only wonder why the director overlooked this possibility.



Don't know - maybe they're hunting for cross-over financing ?

In the meantime how about -"To Wong Fu, Thanks for Everything! Julie Newmar."

Hmmm...Julie Newmar is (was?) a real person. I hope they ran it by some lawyers first.

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