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PostSubject: Official movie suggestion thread   Thu Jan 27, 2011 6:44 am

As it no one has created one yet, I fingered I'd start the "please pander to me or I kill you"-- I mean "I think this movie could work as a Snob review."

The only criteria that I know Brad has is no movies filmed after 1995. If there is more "official" rules than that one. please point them out and conform to your requests to said criteria. As for unofficial rules, The Snob prefers exploitation movies of some shape or variety for his reviews. So I bet movies like "Ghost" "Heavan's Gate" and "The Sister Act" won't make it, But I could be wrong so go for it.

I might as well start.

"I Come In Peace" I remember liking this movie as a kid as the so bad and overthetop it's great way.

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by the way, just because any of us request a movie doesn't mean Brad has to Snob it for any reason. So please be respectable and polite if we are totally ignored and the Snob acts like his namesake.
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PostSubject: Re: Official movie suggestion thread   Thu Jan 27, 2011 6:57 am

How is this thread official in any way?
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PostSubject: Re: Official movie suggestion thread   Thu Jan 27, 2011 9:22 am

yakityyakblah wrote:
How is this thread official in any way?

Because I was first and I'd rather not see the forums have a hundred topics with the with the same basic idea of "Why don't you Snob This Movie"... although the Almighty Snob can unofficialize this thread at any time.
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PostSubject: Re: Official movie suggestion thread   Fri Jan 28, 2011 2:07 pm

You know that actually makes a lot of sense, the thread I mean. Even if its not 'official' in the sense that the Snob started it himself, I'd wager that he'd enjoy a bit more organization with people yammering about which movies he should do next.

Since he already did Caligula and several variants thereof, I can't suggest my favorite movie. But he should do a review on "Coffy", a blaxploitation film from '73. Either that or the Russ Meyer '76 movie "Up!".
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PostSubject: Re: Official movie suggestion thread   Sat Jan 29, 2011 3:03 am

Coffy is a great film but not a type of film that the Snob should do as it is a good film.

Cinema Sob NEEDS to do Body Rock.
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PostSubject: Re: Official movie suggestion thread   Sat Jan 29, 2011 3:10 am

I've suggested OVERLORDS OF THE UFO as his first documentary (or closest thing to it). The entire thing is available on Google Video.

I would also love to see TOYS ARE NOT FOR CHILDREN, a favorite early 70s sexploitatoin flick of mine featuring incest and emotionally damaged 70s people all over the place, not to mention the oiliest people possibly ever to be put on film.
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PostSubject: Re: Official movie suggestion thread   Sat Jan 29, 2011 3:27 am

New Blood, you're right, Coffy is pretty good but still can be scrutinized even just for fun.

Smallerdemon, I completely forgot about Toys Are Not For Children, so yeah, that'd be a fun watch for the Snob.

Course I would also like to bring up the Amityville Sequels (The Possession and 3D), though I know he's seen the Possession, I don't think he did a review on it.
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PostSubject: Re: Official movie suggestion thread   Sat Jan 29, 2011 6:18 am

he should do raiders of the living dead or eegah both have a kicking theme
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PostSubject: Re: Official movie suggestion thread   Sat Jan 29, 2011 6:20 am

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PostSubject: Re: Official movie suggestion thread   Sun Jan 30, 2011 6:12 am

This movie is a bit more recent than most of the movies Brad reviews, but I really think that it is one that deserves a spot as one of the horror movies in The Cinema Snob's library.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k_ZKH2h4z4A

Follow that link if you dare to enter the world of Terror Toons, a budget film from all the way back in 2002. This movie may be one of the worst ways to waste 80 minutes of your life there is. Not a single one of the actors, save the parents, looks any less than 15 years older than they should for their part. As an example, we see porn star Lizzie Borden playing Candy, a young child of indeterminate age (I'd imagine she's meant to be somewhere between 8 and 12 at the most). Because I know when I see this (girl on the right of course) I think pre-teen girl!
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PostSubject: Re: Official movie suggestion thread   Sun Jan 30, 2011 6:15 am

You realize, Moonsknight (Was going to call you Marc Specter but doubt that's what your handle is meant to be) that he has a cut of I think it's 85 or 95 depending, that's why he hasn't done the rest of the Violent Shit line of movies... well that and cause the recent ones are worse than the originals.
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PostSubject: Re: Official movie suggestion thread   Sun Jan 30, 2011 6:19 am

Azarias Kale wrote:
You realize, Moonsknight (Was going to call you Marc Specter but doubt that's what your handle is meant to be) that he has a cut of I think it's 85 or 95 depending, that's why he hasn't done the rest of the Violent Shit line of movies... well that and cause the recent ones are worse than the originals.

I didn't realize he had a cut-off date actually, I figured that was just the Nostalgia Critic, since his schtick is Nostalgia whereas Brad's schtick is crappy movies with low budgets and bad effects.

Side note, I realize there is a Marvel comic hero with that name, but I've been using this name or some variant since long before I knew of his existence. I didn't know about him until the Marvel Ultimate Alliance games.
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PostSubject: Re: Official movie suggestion thread   Sun Jan 30, 2011 6:27 am

Well, I'm sure if it's a bad enough movie, he'll at least give it a watch and comment on it even with just a throw-away sentence or something... now if it had Nic Cage in it, oh you'd believe he'd be on it like stink on a warthog.

As for the Marvel character, yeah, he is one of my favorite Marvel characters, especially with his run in West Coast Avengers, but that's me being nerding things up. I didn't even know he was in Ultimate Alliance.
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PostSubject: Re: Official movie suggestion thread   Mon Jan 31, 2011 2:38 am

Street Trash (1987) would be really fun. It's a little seen horror comedy based around a suspicious liquor that causes people to melt and explode when they drink it. The local bums get ahold of it and wackiness ensues. It's both somewhat flawed and extremely fun, with a ton of insane 80's gore effects and one of the best reaction shots of any movie (from a cat, no less).
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PostSubject: Re: Official movie suggestion thread   Mon Jan 31, 2011 10:44 am

I think with Shout Factory putting out all of those Roger Corman double feature discs, maybe some reviews of The Evil (spooky till the Devil turns up...or something), or the Cirio Santiago features Up from the Depths (Jaws ripoff) and Demon of Paradise (CofTBL ripoff).
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PostSubject: Re: Official movie suggestion thread   Wed Feb 02, 2011 5:44 am

I haven't seen it personally, not for lack of looking, but what I've read about The Klansman leads me to believe it'd be a good candidate for a Snob review.

Come on, OJ Simpson as an accused murderer. Co-starring Lee Marvin and Richard Burton no less!
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PostSubject: Re: Official movie suggestion thread   Wed Feb 02, 2011 7:15 am

The Klansman is a good idea. I can see it now: "If a want real KKK movies, I'll stick with "The Birth of a Nation," thank you very much."
moonsknight wrote:
This movie is a bit more recent than most of the movies Brad reviews, but I really think that it is one that deserves a spot as one of the horror movies in The Cinema Snob's library.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k_ZKH2h4z4A

Follow that link if you dare to enter the world of Terror Toons, a budget film from all the way back in 2002. This movie may be one of the worst ways to waste 80 minutes of your life there is. Not a single one of the actors, save the parents, looks any less than 15 years older than they should for their part. As an example, we see porn star Lizzie Borden playing Candy, a young child of indeterminate age (I'd imagine she's meant to be somewhere between 8 and 12 at the most). Because I know when I see this (girl on the right of course) I think pre-teen girl!
I would LOVE if Brad did this. Great box art, but...what I've seen is too horrible for words. That guy at the beginning is like the crazy brother Billy Idol keeps chained in the basement and never speaks of.
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PostSubject: Re: Official movie suggestion thread   Fri Feb 04, 2011 11:57 am

Bloodthirsty Butchers is a film that sorely needs to be Snobbed! This film is a spin on the Sweeney Todd story (sans musical numbers and Johnny Depp) It was originally marketed as a gratuitous sexploitation film. The only gratuituos thing about the film is how awful it was. Bad sound quality, horrible acting, and shoddy camera work not to mention the bulk of the 'violence' takes place 3 minutes in. I'm not sure if it's public domain but the full movie is on youtube.

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PostSubject: Re: Official movie suggestion thread   Fri Feb 04, 2011 2:16 pm

Mondo a Go-Go wrote:
moonsknight wrote:
This movie is a bit more recent than most of the movies Brad reviews, but I really think that it is one that deserves a spot as one of the horror movies in The Cinema Snob's library.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k_ZKH2h4z4A

Follow that link if you dare to enter the world of Terror Toons, a budget film from all the way back in 2002. This movie may be one of the worst ways to waste 80 minutes of your life there is. Not a single one of the actors, save the parents, looks any less than 15 years older than they should for their part. As an example, we see porn star Lizzie Borden playing Candy, a young child of indeterminate age (I'd imagine she's meant to be somewhere between 8 and 12 at the most). Because I know when I see this (girl on the right of course) I think pre-teen girl!
I would LOVE if Brad did this. Great box art, but...what I've seen is too horrible for words. That guy at the beginning is like the crazy brother Billy Idol keeps chained in the basement and never speaks of.

Oh believe me, the beginning is just the tip of the stupidity iceberg. It starts bad with Mid-life Crisis punk rocker's intro, and just goes further and further downhill. And that is impressive because it is hard to get worse than that guy trying to look hardcore rocker.
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PostSubject: Re: Official movie suggestion thread   Fri Feb 04, 2011 8:58 pm

I'd like to see Brad tackle some more of the Video Nasties, if he can find good copies of them.
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PostSubject: Re: Official movie suggestion thread   Sun Feb 06, 2011 7:22 pm

I think he'd make a good time of "Blood Hook", directed by the producer and director of MST3K, as well as the puppeteer of Gypsy, Jim Mallon. The movie is intended as a horror comedy, a parody of the slasher genre. While it IS funny, it's not in the way that ol' Gyps intended. Your millage may vary, of course. Some of my friends liked it during one of our monthly Riffing Nights, while I just verbally assaulted it and didn't much care for it un-MSTed.
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PostSubject: Re: Official movie suggestion thread   Tue Feb 08, 2011 12:27 am

Singapore Sling could make an interesting Snob review. I have the movie on DVD and I wouldn't have a problem donating the DVD if The Cinema Snob is interested. It was one of those weird ass movies that you'll probably blind buy and only watch once. I liked the movie but it was so uncomfortable to watch, it's not like there was a lot of graphic content but the context everything is in makes it so creepy. I mean I've seen all 3 August Underground movies at least 5 or 6 times each, A Serbian Film twice, Cannibal Holocaust 3 times, and other nasty stuff but Singapore Sling works on a whole different level. Plus there is stuff you don't see very often like sexual assault by women on a helpless man and it actually works. Plus for the Snob, the movie was made in Greece, filmed in black and white, and if I remember correctly it's all English subtitles with Greek speech, plus it's also a pretty artsy movie too. I think that's what would work, kind of like the Salo review where it's trying to overcome the shock and disgust with how artistic the movie is. So if the Snob is interested and hasn't seen the movie then just send me a private message or e-mail me and I can mail you the DVD (only watched one time.)

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0100623/
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PostSubject: Re: Official movie suggestion thread   Tue Feb 08, 2011 9:19 am

I think he should tackle a bigger named film. One that is more on the "snob" side of things. He does a lot of films that are exploitation for being rip off films or really gory or porn spoofs. Why not do a review of an art film? Like Salo, how it was a film that paraded around pretending it was artistic. Something like that. I can't really name any particular movies, but come on, they're EVERYWHERE. So I think Cinema Snob should review an artsy exploitation.

Either that, or a review of one of the Guinea Pig movies, or Murder Set Pieces. I could go on. But those are just some ideas.
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PostSubject: Re: Official movie suggestion thread   Wed Feb 09, 2011 10:54 am

I suggest the 1994 Thai Action Exploitation film, if that's even the year it was made, Spirited Killer with Tony Jaa before Tony Jaa was known. You can find the film in the $5 bin at Wal-Mart. It's labelled as the Spirited Killer Trilogy when the film Spirited Killer is the 4th film in another series. One of the other films in this set is connected to it and the other film is completely different. They list the year 1997 and 1998 and they are older than that. There's also no IMDB pages for the other two films.

Here's a clip of the English dub with Tony Jaa dubbed over. Quite comical. The whole film is like this.

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PostSubject: Re: Official movie suggestion thread   Wed Feb 09, 2011 11:07 am

I would like to suggest a few movies:

Trick Or Treat (1986 featuring Marc Price, Ozzy Osbourne, and Gene Simmons)
Rocktober Blood
Blood Tracks
The Wraith
The Dungeonmaster
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