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Old 03-28-14, 08:07 PM   #33
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Re: Fifth Annual Drive-in/Exploitation/B-Movie LIST THREAD April 1-30 2014



5th Annual Drive-In Exploitation B-Movie Challenge


Goal for the Challenge - 50 films and attempting as much as I can from the Checklist
First Time watches: 39 out of 39*Finalized May 2, 2014
Finished the challenge with 39 Films. All were FTV.
Favorites: Julie Darling; Sand Trap; Rewind This!; White of the Eye; Recoil; Jailbait
Worst: A Gun for Jennifer

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Last year's stats: 57 total films (55 first-time watches)
Movies are graded on a scale of 1 to 10. Grades are more applied to entertainment value than for artistic merit.
T&A denotes tits and ass. The film features nudity to some degree.
I will indicate whether it's MILD (standard T&A; boobs & butt shots), HOT (sex scenes, copious T&A, full frontal), or X-TRA SPICY (full frontal and lots of sexy stuff)
I'll indicate if something is a repeat viewing and I'll review commentary tracks if I listen to any.



March 31
01. Cyborg (Albert Pyun, 1989) MILD T&A
Thought I'd start the challenge off with some Cannon fodder. This one I really liked. Golan-Globus put a big fan smile on my face. Saw an HD copy and the colors popped nearly as much as the veins on van Damme's triceps. There's even Christ imagery. It's like The Passion of JCVD. 7.4/10
02. Kidnapped (Howard Avedis, 1987) HOT T&A
A thick grilled cheese and sleaze fest from crap meister Howard Avedis. Barbara Crampton is nude a few times and Jimmie ("J.J.") Walker from Good Times shows up as a porn store clerk. I think we should also mention stars who appear "after they were famous" for fun. 6.7/10

April 1
03. The Beach Girls (Pat Townshend, 1982) HOT T&A
Goofy and titillating little farce with a nice array of T&A. Twentysomething "teenagers" Ginger and Duckie make for a lovely pair in their quest for non-stop party thrills. They're like bustier versions of Harold and Kumar, especially when they roll around blissfully on bags of marijuana that wash ashore. It's lighthearted and lightheaded entertainment. 6.8/10
04. L.A. Bounty (Worth Keeter, 1989) MILD T&A
Wings Hauser has nutty fun while he can. Sybill Danning as a vigilante? This may be the first time I've seen her remain fully clothed in a film. Decent B-movie action at times, and I love my death scenes in slo-mo. 5.9/10
05. Captain America (Albert Pyun, 1990) NO T&A
I haven't seen the new versions of Captain America yet, but I was more excited to check out Pyun's take. It is fun to watch this campy and colorful version which reminded me of the Wonder Woman TV series of my youth. It doesn't take long to get some action going and that quick cutting Pyun style. Love that there was a motorcycle chase in the woods. The jingoistic absurdity of it all make it worth checking out. Also has an unlikely Deliverance reunion between Ned Beatty and Ronny Cox. I haven't read much of the actual comics, but was one of Captain America's deceptive powers faking nausea so that he could steal cars? He does it twice in this film. It's truly something to Marvel at. Pun intended for Pyun. 5.9/10

April 4
06. Wheels of Fire (Cirio H. Santiago, 1985) MILD T&A
Road rage is the name of the name of the game. It's odd how the post-apocalyptic conventions of The Road Warrior remain effective even in the lesser clones of that landmark action hit. More exploitation elements (tits and rape) and non-stop stunts (including some truly dangerous fire gags) made this a decent ride. 6.3/10
07. The Legend of Hercules (Renny Harlin, 2014) NO T&A
Renny Harlin used to be an exciting name in action cinema, but nowadays I'm far more excited to see a Uwe Boll film. In fact, Boll has been getting better. The biggest problem here is that stupid PG-13 rating. There were some interesting setpieces and Harlin obviously understood that 3D is best served as a gimmick, but where is the gore and where are the naked women? That's why cable is trumping this stuff with shows like Spartacus and Game of Thrones. The Gods must be crazy for giving us this watered-down wannabe. 3.9/10

April 6
08. Angel 4: Undercover (George Axmith, 1994) MILD T&A
See that VHS boxcover art? Deceptively genius. What a tease! This time Angel isn't an executive or a hooker. She's sort of a police photographer, who hints at having been a hooker in her younger days. She also spends a lot of time at a radio station and goes "undercover" by posing as a rock star groupie in order to find out who murdered her pitifully dumb fiend. It's actually more convoluted than that. One wonders why they couldn't have just stuck with the concept on the box art. That would have been awesome. Why not just keep recycling the premise of the original Angel? Maybe it was a total tack on, last minute switch. The best thing here is an "off the rocker" performance by Shane Fraser, who plays the most eccentrically memorable and drugged up heavy metal diva since Jim Carrey lip synced to Guns 'n Fuckin' Roses in The Dead Pool. 3.2/ 10
09. Rewind This! (Josh Johnson, 2013) NO T&A
I'm glad I made time for this entertaining and informative documentary early on in the challenge. The history of VHS exploitation! I'm so psyched that there are at least two other films out there tackling this subject. Jotted down some cool looking titles as I watched that looked great. I always find a way to get Corey Haim into the challenge and Me, Myself and I would make a nice bonus flick to tack onto this. Seriously, guys. This is one to check out for this challenge. It's also really inspiring and educational. 9.6/10
10. Patrick (Mark Hartley, 2014) MILD T&A
Exploitation guru and documentarian Mark Hartley tests his flair for Aussie grindhouse by updating the 1978 cult favorite. I haven't seen the original but I had a good time with the style of this one. Has a clear DePalma influence right down the Pino Donnagio music score. The CG is overdone but it does lend a contemporary B movie touch. 7.3/10


April 12
11. Corvette Summer (Mathew Robbins, 1978) NO T&A
PG for a seventies film always bodes well for me. Annie Potts is sexy and cute as a wannabe hooker with a heart of gold. While I'm listing this as having no T&A there is some brief side boob of Potts while she takes off her top and her nips are occasionally peaking through her shirt. She also wears some tight short shorts. So, if you're a fan like me, you might appreciate that. And hell, the movie's really good, too. Wasn't expecting much, but we get a solid action comedy. Too bad Mark Hamill's career didn't really evolve much beyond Star Wars. He's not a great actor, but I like how he played this teenager as kind of goofy and likable, without needing to fake coolness. He was just a decent guy in over his head. The shots in and around Las Vegas are beautiful and reminded me of how much it's changed. 8.2/10
12. White of the Eye (Donald Cammell, 1987) MILD T&A
I was hooked from the hyperviolent opening and brilliant camerawork. If you're a fan of giallo you should appreciate the murder-set-pieces and the extreme close-ups of darting eyeballs. David Keith and Cathy Moriarity headline a great cast and Cammell builds on an impressive mystey while showcasing lush Arizona locales. This was a brilliant little thriller that was way ahead of its time. 9.4/10
13. What Have They Done to Your Daughters? (AKA: La polizia chiede aiuto; Massimo Dallamano, 1974) MILD T&A
Last year I watched this director's What Have You Done to Solange which ended up being one of my favorites of the Italian giallo/sleaze experiences. This later film wasn't nearly as impressive, but still had enough of the trademark elements to make it worth a watch. A biker in leather who kills with a meat cleaver galvanizes the proceedings. I wanted more young Italian flesh. 6.7/10

April 13
14. Meatballs III: Summer Job (George Mendeluk, 1986) MILD T&A
This was the last of the Meatballs sequels that I hadn't gotten around to. How did all of these go so terribly wrong? The original's formula was pretty simple and fun. In the first sequel we had to contend with aliens and in this one we've got the ghost of a dead porn queen. Silly beyond belief. There are some nice mammaries on hand, but the wet T-shirt contest is far too brief. And how the hell was Shannon Tweed so wasted? Really insipid stuff. 2.7/10
15. A Gun for Jennifer (Todd Morris, 1997) NO T&A
Basically a male castration fantasy flick for hardcore feminists. Imagine the female conversations in Tarantino's Death Proof delivered by a grungier and less talented cast for the better part of ninety minutes. To counterpoint the traditional rape revenge flick, there is only male nudity (beyond a scantily clad female stripper). The film was clearly marketed toward a male audience, since the poster art is of a seductive chick and a handgun. The filmmakers shoot themselves in the dick by delivering a poorly crafted film. The only points I've give it are for some impressive low-budget gore. I guess the point was to give the male audience blue balls and call them out for wanting to see rape exploitation. I guess they win because this felt like a real kick in the nuts. 1.8/10
16. Domino (Ivana Massetti, 1988) HOT T&A
This is not a film I'd recommend to many, but I enjoyed its softcore pretentiousness and the sight of Brigitte Nielsen getting herself off in a lace white body stocking. In her heyday that woman could pull off so many looks and hairdos and she dons plenty in the short running time of this rare little curiosity. It's like an Italian rip-off of Zalman King's work or something. Both strange and melancholy and clearly influenced by MTV videos and trends that were popular in the Miami Vice era. I was in the mood for something with a bit more visual style and sex after a day of duds. This did the trick. 7.3/10

April 17
17. Jailbait (Jared Cohn, 2014) X-TRA SPICY T&A
Didn't expect much from The Asylum, but I was pleasantly entertained by this sexy WIP flick. Sara Malakul Lane is a contemporary B-movie Goddess and she's got the body and skills to prove it. Most of the girls get naked multiple times and there's plenty of sex. Steve Hanks has sleazy fun as the prison warden. The only thing he was missing was John Vernon's hot tub from Chained Heat. 8.9/10

April 18
18. New Gladiators (AKA: I guerrieri dell'anno 2072; Lucio Fulci, 1984) NO T&A
Not one of Fulci's more memorable. Lacks the sleaze and humor I've come to associate with his best work. However, there's some good action and gore and the climactic chariot race blows away anything in Ben-Hur. Kick-starts my Good Friday lineup in suitable fashion. 4.7/10
19. Final Justice (Greydon Clark, 1985) HOT T&A
I can't believe this is currently sitting at #9 on IMDb's bottom 100 because it's entertaining in the best drive-in sense. Joe Don Baker is overweight and unbeatable as a small town sheriff seeking justice against a mafioso sleazebag who is rough with the ladies. It's ridiculously good schlock with all the exploitation elements that make me a fan of grindhouse cinema. I've really enjoyed the three flicks I've already seen in the bottom 10, so apparently these films aren't below providing a good time. This one gets a bonus point for featuring naked tits on glass. Yup, you read that right. 7.4/10
20. Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters (Tommy Wirkola, 2013) MILD T&A
A sugar-rush of witch slaying fun. This is like something Sam Raimi would've made in the prime of his youth. It's R-rated action violence from the director of the midnight hit Dead Snow. Recommended if you've got a sweet tooth for mindless comic-book fun that's not of the PG-13 variety. 7.9/10


April 19
21. The Borrower (John McNaughton, 1991) MILD T&A
A more arthouse and comic version of The Hidden. This hidden gem has a lot to say about the strangeness of culture as viewed through the eyes and eears of a hostile body-hopping alien that occupies many bodies on his visit, including everyone from the hospitably homeless to the wealthy and eccentric. The scene where he "borrows" a dog's head and a human body is both hilarious and visually disturbing. Great practical makeup f/x work throughout. 7.9/10
22. Sand Trap (Harris Done, 1998) MILD T&A
I don't normally associate PM Entertainment with great screenplays. They're usually in the business of delivering high-octane action flicks (more of those to follow for me in this challenge). However, this one has a cool sunshine noir plot that updates Double Indemnity for the age of excess. The actors get to really play, and the duplicitous couple that can't catch a break are played exceedingly well by Brad Koepenick and Elizabeth Morehead (that name would have been even more appropriate for her horny femme fatale character). This was one of the most entertaining surprises of the challenge for me so far. 9.4/10
23. Recoil (Art Camacho, 1998) MILD T&A
I needed some more PM Entertainment and fast. They're like B-movie crack...so addictive and so bloody satisfying. I'm new to Gary Daniels, but I'm an instant fan. This go-for-broke revenge tale is off and running from its ludicrously wild opening heist chase. I love stunt men who turn directors. This is part of the legacy that Hal Needham left us and it's just fucking awesome. 9.1/10

April 20
24. Zero Tolerance (Joseph Merhi, 1994) NO T&A
I had zero tolerance for boring cinema on Easter, so more PM Entertainment was in order. Robert Patrick is a much better actor than Gary Daniels, but that point is kind of moot when it comes to the abundant action scenes. Patrick requires more doubles, but he's looking cool just the same and he's up against a decent group of slimeballs. Some excellent slo-mo gunplay tracking shots, even inside a Vegas Casino. That's entertainment, folks. 6.9/10
25. Repo Jake (Joseph Merhi, 1998) MILD T&A
Gentle gian Dan Haggerty ("Grizzly Adams") just wants to make some fast cash repossessing cars in L.A., so that he can save his business and return to Minnesota. This is like a training wheels version of a PM Entertainment actioner. Not many explosions, and all the car porn is relegated to a stock car track. It has a goofy, folksy soundtrack that suits its paunchy star. Lightweight cheese that would work better with something like Rifftrax. 2.8/10
26. Absurd (AKA: Rosso sangue; Horrible; Joe D'Amato (as Peter Newton), 1994) NO T&A
This was my late show for Easter and I wanted a video nasty that I hadn't seen. Atmospheric with lots of impressive gore and a terrific ending. Felt like D'Amato had his final girl do what it took Jamie Lee Curtis a couple more films to achieve in the Halloween franchise. No more bogeyman here! Unless my eyes failed at some point, I detected no nudity in this...and that's a big surprise for a D'Amato flick. 7.7/10

April 21
27. Video Nasties: Moral Panic, Censorship & Videotape (Jake West, 2010) NO T&A
The coolest element of this doc is the alphabetical montage of sleaze highlights from all 72 films on the original "Video Nasties" list. Someone should try to sneak that on during the next Academy Awards broadcast. 8.6/10
28. The Slayer (J.S. Cardone, 1982) MILD T&A
Atypical film from the "Video Nasties" list. Nice pitchfork kill in this, as one of the female victims gets it through the back. I was distracted by her nipples, clearly visible through her white blouse...so apparently I'm part of the audience that the British censors feared the most. Minor spoiler: I didn't really get the final gag about the Xmas cat. I must have drifted off somewhere, because it didn't mean much to me. Was it just that a black cat is a bad omen? The film has moody atmosphere and a few clever ideas involving dreams that would anticipate Wes Craven's Nightmare on Elm St. The lead heroine even tries forcing herself to stay awake with coffee and by burning herself with a lit cigarette. Craven took it all in a better direction, but there are creepy little moments in this film that made it worth a look. 5.7/10
29. The Cool Surface (Erik Anjou,1994) MILD T&A
I have a soft spot for movies about struggling, obsessive writers. Robert Patrick is pretty good as a moody and unpredictable guy trying to move on with his career following his wife's murder. It's a minor late-night noir thriller with that unmistakable L.A. sensibility and enough twists to keep it moving. Mostly referenced now by geeks who are fond of Teri Hatcher's topless scene. I didn't find her that effective as a seductress. She's cute, but lacks the heat that the part required. 6.8/10

April 26
30. Cyborg 3: The Recycler (Michael Schroeder, 1994) NO T&A
I probably should have checked out Cyborg 2 with a young Angelina Jolie first, but I happened to have a copy of this ready to go and figured it wouldn't matter much. It's a far cry from Van Damme's stunt-fueled collaboration with Albert Pyun. This entry trades in martial arts for character actors. We get some nifty work from an evil-eyed Richard Lynch and a defectively charming cyborg played by the versatile William Katt. Everyman Zach Galligan shows up as a blandly heroic cyborg engineer. 5.7/10

April 27
31. The Babysitter (Peter Medak, 1980) NO T&A
Despite the lack of T&A, this is a very entertaining Made-for-TV film by Peter Medak. A young and enticing Stephanie Zimbalist is the ultimate home wrecker and this film serves as a template for the interloper thrillers that would become a nineties trend. I was particularly surprised with how much Poison Ivy seemed to have borrowed from this. Some creepy and effective little scenes and we get both John Houseman and William Shatner together. Zimbalist's fully clothed seduction of Shatner is sexier than anything Teri Hatcher did in The Cool Surface with her clothes off. Good little potboiler. 7.2/10
32. Eye of the Tiger (Richard C. Sarafian, 1986) NO T&A
Gary Busey and Yaphet Kotto are a likable duo in a film that delivers on every one of its goofball action promises. When one considers that this film was possibly built around it, the lyrics to Survivor's epic song don't really fit anything in this story. It matters not. When that beat kicks in during a sequence where Busey executes hellbent bikers with an armored Dodge Ram, you stop asking questions and just go with it. This is a B-movie bonanza full of crazy surprises and I'm thankful that I managed to squeeze it into the final days of this challenge. 8.2/10

April 28
33. Don't Open Till Christmas (Edmond Purdond, 1984) MILD T&A
I couldn't wait 'till Christmas to check this one out, especially once I learned that it was the only featured directed by Edmond Purdond of Pieces and Absurd. People can't seem to stop dressing as Santa, even though it's obviously a bad idea during this particular holiday season in London. Lots of great Santa slaying and possibly the highest male body count of anything I've watched from the period. While not everyone in a Santa suit is male, the flick subverts Carol Clover's largely dismissed "final girl" thesis in multiple scenes. Don't fret fellow horndogs...there's still some naughty female nudity and choice sleaze. A memorable holiday flashback that "explains" the killer's psychotic tendencies, and a weirdly conceived cameo by a singing Caroline Munro are the stocking stuffers. 8/10

April 29
34. Julie Darling (AKA: Daughter of Death; Paul Nicolas, 1983) MILD T&A
Exceptionally good sleaze with a clever and engaging screenplay that manages to include a decent subplot. Paul Nicolas made one of my formative B-movie favorites, Chained Heat. This was even better and more original and I'm proud to say that it's a Canadian flick. Isabelle Mejias made for a sexy and demented bad seed with serious daddy issues. She was about the only thing I liked in Meatballs 3. I declare this trashy bit of family fun my favorite film of the challenge. 9.6/10


April 30
35. Schizoid (David Paulsen, 1983) MILD T&A
Oddly adrift slasher film from Cannon Pictures. A delightful glimpse of Donna Wilkes naked is quickly offset by her creepily voyeuristic father played by eternally creepy Klaus Kinski. Seriously, that dude is just fucking sketchy. There are some great and graphic kills and some hilariously non-PC moments that always make these films worth seeking out. 7.2/10
36. No Holds Barred (Thomas J. Wright, 1989) NO T&A
Don't understand why the film didn't just cast Hulk Hogan as himself, instead of a cheap knockoff. It would have been even better marketing, since the film is already produced by Vince McMahon and Hogan and would likely have performed better if it were a direct tie-in to established WWF characters of the time. As a film, it's about as dumbly over-the-top as Over the Top, without as much bullshit sentiment. Joan Severance looks lovely in her many dresses despite the copious shoulder pads. Desperately needed Andre the Giant in a cameo, too. 5.1/10
37. Super Mario Bros. (Annabel Jankel-Rocky Morton, 1993) NO T&A
So glad that I chose to watch this with the Rifftrax commentary . It appeared to be one of their more recent recordings, since they reference Paul Walker's death and Inside Llewyn Davis. Their jokes are some jokes. This is only about my third Rifftrax, so I can't compare it with much. I sincerely hope Bob Hoskins manages to rest peacefully, and that this one didn't flash before his eyes in his final moments of mortality. Film: 3.3/10 Commentary: 7.8/10

May 1
38. Jailhouse Rock (Richard Thorpe, 1957) NO T&A
This was my first crossover entry for a monthly challenge I'm doing where I will watch films that have been inducted into the National Film Registry ("Build Your Own Challenge"). It's just an okay flick that's more drama that musical. "Jailhouse Rock" is the centre-piece number and the only entertaining song. Certainly better than some of the more trivial Elvis vehicles that would follow, but from what I've seen of it, Viva Las Vegas is the best Elvis movie. There are lots of slimeballs in the music industry here and they shamelessly steal from the King and exploit him. One also has to appreciate a record company called Climax Studios. The seventies were still a few years away, apparenty. 5.2/10
39. The Endless Summer (Bruce Brown, 1966) NO T&A
I love surfing movies whether they're documentary or narrative. This is a classic in every sense. It captures the late '60s in a colorful travelogue. I love that the shots are mostly from the edge of beach in wide shot. It allows you to appreciate the size and scope of the waves, and to see all the surfers dangerously sharing the waves. I love the ass crack revealing bikinis of those Australian surfer chicks. Needs The Beach Boys music for that segment. 8.3/10

COMING SOON





Checklist
Spoiler:

If a category is listed as "Optional", it does not need to be
filled to "complete" the checklist. There are 10 free spots you may apply to non-Optional categories.
As with other checklists, titles can count for multiple categories.

Some of these categories are so obscure we're giving 10 free spots of your choosing to fill in the list.

Watch one film from every decade of film history.
* 1890 - (insert film title here)(Optional)
* 1900 -(optional)
* 1910 -(optional)
* 1920 -(optional)
* 1930 -
* 1940 -
* 1950 - Jailhouse Rock
* 1960 - The Endless Summer
* 1970 - Corvette Summer; What Have They Done to Your Daughters?
* 1980 - Cyborg; Kidnapped; White of the Eye
* 1990 - Captain America; A Gun for Jennifer
* 2000 -
* 2010 - The Legend of Hercules; Rewind This!; Patrick; Jailbait
Watch a film for each rating:
* G - (optional)
* PG - Corvette Summer
* PG-13 - The Legend of Hercules
* R - Cyborg; Kidnapped; L.A. Bounty; Wheels of Fire; White of the Eye; Meatballs III: Summer Job; Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters
* X (or NC-17) -
* Unrated (post-MPAA 1968) - The Babysitter

Watch films in at least three formats (DVD, BD, HD DVD, Laserdisc, TV, online, Streaming Netflix type, UMD, theater, iPod, VHS-sourced{VHS transferred to DVD-+R is fine}).
* First format, (HD download), (Cyborg).
* Second format, (TCM DVR), Corvette Summer.
* Third format, (Netflix), Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters.

Watch a film in an actual Drive-in. (optional) (insert title)

Watch a film in the following genres:
A Token Science Fiction B-Movie:
A Token Horror B-Movie:
Italian (or European) films of the following Genres:
* Eurospy (James Bond ripoffs)
* Giallo What Have They Done to Your Daughters?
* Sword & Sandal The Legend of Hercules
* Spaghetti Western
* Cannibal Film
* Mafia/Gangster Film
Martial Arts film:
* Bruce Lee-sploitation (Starring any variation on Bruce Li, Le, etc.)
* Hong Kong (or other Asian) film
* American film
* Any "Ninja" film
* Bonus* Actual Bruce Lee film
Biker Film
Stoner Film
Carsploitation Film Corvette Summer
Blaxploitation
Sexploitation:
* Any type
* Nudie Cutie
* Roughie
* 70s Porn
* Emmanuelle Film
* Teen Sex Comedy The Beach Girls; Meatballs III: Summer Job
Nunsploitation
Shocksploitation
Rape/Revenge Film A Gun for Jennifer
Vigilante Film L.A. Bounty
Women in Prison Jailbait
Nazisploitation
Eschploitation (religious end times, or general religious exploitation)
Hixploitation/Moonshiners
Roadshow Exploitation/30s-40s "Cautionary" films
"Hood" Film ("Gangsta")
Hollywood Gangster film (Film Noir era)
Juvenile Delinquent Film
60s Beach Movie The Endless Summer
Film starring Musical Group or Music Star (that did not become a legit actor)
* *Bonus* Elvis film Jailhouse Rock
Ozploitation Patrick
Mexican Wrestling Film
Foreign "Ripoff" film (such as Turkish cinema) Wheels of Fire
Bollywood Film (actual, not a Hollywood pastiche)
Eco-Terror Film
"Mondo" Film
Documentary ABOUT B-Movies/Exploitation/Drive-ins or those involved in their production Rewind This!
Video Nasty Absurd; The Slayer
TV-Movie The Babysitter
* Lifetime Channel Movie
Bad Sequel to a "Well regarded film" Meatballs III: Summer Job
END OF THE WORLD film
Critical Bomb (Less than 20% Rotten Tomatoes or Metacritic - The Legend of Hercules
or IMDB Bottom 100 {Bottom 100 archive} Meatballs III: Summer Job
Financial Bomb Super Mario Bros.
MST3K/RiffTrax Super Mario Bros. (or Cinematic Titanic) version of a film


Watch 10 films starring anyone from the actors safe list.
* 1 Jean-Claude van Damme - Cyborg
* 2 Sybill Danning - L.A. Bounty
* 3 Fred Williamson - New Gladiators
* 4 Joe Don Baker - Final Justice
* 5 Madchen Amik - The Borrower
* 6 Gary Daniels - Recoil
* 7 William Shatner - The Babysitter
* 8 William Smith - Eye of the Tiger
* 9 Sybill Danning - Julie Darling
* 10 Hulk Hogan - No Holds Barred

Watch 10 films Directed/Produced by anyone from the directors/producers safe list.
* 1 Albert Pyun - Cyborg
* 2 Albert Pyun - Captain America
* 3 Lucio Fulci - New Gladiators
* 4 Greydon Clark - Final Justice
* 5 Joe D'Amato - Absurd
* 6
* 7
* 8
* 9
* 10

Watch 5 films from those in the Studio/Distributor safe list.
* 1 Cannon Films - Cyborg
* 2 Cannon Films - White of the Eye
* 3 The Asylum - Jailbait
* 4 Cannon Films - The Borrower
* 5 PM Entertainment - Sand Trap

Last edited by indiephantom; 05-05-14 at 10:25 PM.
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