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It's an interesting genre. I've never seen Torso. I really liked Suspiria, and liked Black Sabbath, but I didn't like The Beyond or Zombie.
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Absolutely...TORSO was very hard going

Q, THE WINGED SERPANT (1982). Very silly and hampered a bit by low budget, but pretty good on its own terms and humorous too with a cast of favorite performers. ***
I don't remember if I've seen Black Sabbath. I know it's Mario Bava. I've seen Blood and Black Lace which was good. I liked The Beyond and House by the Cemetary. Zombie was good, but I'm not big into the zombie subgenre. I'm more of a werewolf buff. I rewatched An American Werewolf in London, yesterday. It holds up remarkably well in today's age. Torso was boring in my opinion and the climax was anticlimactic.

I only saw one scene from Q, The Winged Serpent. It looked like the run-of-the-mill monster flick. It reminded me a little bit of the original Clash of the Titans.
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Q, THE WINGED SERPANT (1982). Very silly and hampered a bit by low budget, but pretty good on its own terms and humorous too with a cast of favorite performers. ***
I liked Q. Not great but fun
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Old 01-21-2017, 05:59 PM
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The Red Queen Kills Seven Times, 1972. 7/10

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The Incredible Melting Man

Very goopy and excellent FX work by Rick Baker. The cast includes Cheryl Smith and Janus Blythe, which adds to the watchability.
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Old 01-24-2017, 08:25 AM
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Very goopy and excellent FX work by Rick Baker. The cast includes Cheryl Smith and Janus Blythe, which adds to the watchability.
Hmm, looks interesting. I love the cover art and I saw a picture of Rick Baker's effects on Wikipedia. It looks pretty cool.
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PHANTASM (1979). While I don't think it's as good as some people make it out to be, it has, if nothing else, a lot of cool plot twists and certainly is not dull. Wouldn't mind me a couple of the flying spheres (Great effect) for some people and the "Lady in Lavender" was choice! ***1/2
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Good freaking movie! My aunt didn't like it but I absolutely love that film. I love the effects, the seaside atmosphere, and the story itself is amazing. Plus Stan Winston worked on it so that makes it even more amazing.
I have to agree all the way with You. Very good film that deserves a bigger audience.
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