Not necessarily in any order but Who’s Minding The Store is my #1
Jerry employed at a high-scale mental institution…oh what larks!
Jerry plays 7 different roles in this 1965 charmer, the plane sequence with him as a pilot is best.
The Patsy, one of his very best.
Who could resist the Great Dane “Mister Bascom” who gets a whole lotta screen time in this road trip to Hollywood. A great film, ole LA folk will love the Hollywood Bowl and Chinese Theater scenes at end.
Sam Elliot at his Sam Elliot best. The amazing woman known as Cher hits the ball clear over the fences in this beacon of 80’s cinema. All the right components come together in a film with a priceless message- what we are on the outside is not always how we are on the inside. One that since the dawn of mankind still hasn’t been learned…..The Horror!! Pinewoods Rating System – Five Pinewoods, a true classic.
When we see him for the first time, it’s a glimpse through his bedroom window, half-reflected in a mirror. A second later, we see him more clearly, this teenage boy with the strange face. We are shocked for a second, until he starts to talk, and then, without effort, we accept him as a normal kid who has had an abnormal thing happen to him.
”Mask,” the year’s first major fatal disease movie, is Peter Bogdanovich’s California- biker version of ”The Elephant Man.” The film, opening today at the New York Twin Theater, is based on the true story of Rocky Dennis.
Pretty cool fan-made compilation, we only know the list of songs and not sources. Every song is soundboard and the song list is almost comprehensive but looks like the fan missed Communication Breakdown which was played here and there as an encore that year, all in all a very nicely done compilation..The Horror!!
BLACULA WAKES AGAIN…..THE HORROR!!
Oh my, the You Tube robots have done it again- washing up on my shore as a “recommendation” (just what exactly are they trying to say?) I knew about 5 minutes into this one it was a B-flick of unique caliber, perfect for THOH. You can read some real reviews below, it’s a mix of good and bad, points for the story, casting and Sydney Lassick, thumbs down for a lot of the production, a bit of a tangled mess at times. Using my Pinewoods Rating System, The Unseen gets One & 1/2 Pinewood….The Horror!!
“The Unseen” is one of those movies I missed on its first few tours of duty; I wasn’t interested in it enough to beg my parents to take me to see it at the drive-in, and it didn’t run long enough on HBO for me to get the chance to stay up past my bedtime and watch it.
The Unseen is a 1980 American horror film directed by Danny Steinmann [as Peter Foleg] from an [uncredited] screenplay by Michael L. Grace. Director Steinmann, who later directed gory movies Savage Streets and Friday the 13th: A New Beginning, apparently fell out with the producers during post-production, hence the use of a pseudonym.