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    Quote Originally Posted by Dalek Supreme D L View Post
    Hows about the Medusa Touch 1978


    yes that was a good one... good book too
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    Italian film from the 70s

    Baba Yaga also know as Kiss Me Kill Me/The Devil Witch



    Weird film, very arty, great soundtrack and could technically also fall under erotica, so some nudity and adult themes therein. Should be up Marco's street.
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    Captain Kronos Vampire Hunter (1974)

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    This just falls into Marco's time period being 1979



    If you ae going to remake something, then do it better or bring something new to the table. I think this film does both.
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    Great reccos, guys. Keep 'em coming - even though there won't be enough hours in the day to watch them all!

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    Ok chaps, as twilight beckons, the log fire and candles have been lit, a cup of freshly brewed Assam tea poured, this time accompanied with a slice of Sainsbury's 'Taste the Difference' Columbian Coffee & Walnut cake, I'm just about to settle down for the evening with another toe-curling creepy classic, from the spider-infested vaults of YouTube, this time from 1977...

    Draw the curtains and lock the doors, it's time to enter the DEAD OF NIGHT:



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    Bet that's not as good as the 1945 original.

    The part with Michael Redgrave as the ventriloquist and the monstrous 'dummy' Hugo was unforgettable.
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    Here's a couple that are creepy in a different kind of way, quite disturbing and very weird. The Wicker Man with Edward Woodward and Zardoz with Sean Connery.
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    I loved 'Zardoz'. Weird definitely, but not disturbing I thought. Unlike the broodingly nasty 'Wicker Man', a happy ending for all bar one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by walpurgis View Post
    I loved 'Zardoz'. Weird definitely, but not disturbing I thought. Unlike the broodingly nasty 'Wicker Man', a happy ending for all bar one.
    Hate that movie.
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