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RE: The Great Beer Movie - 27/4/2010 8:46:46 PM   
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I really love this movie and will have to hunt it down and watch it again soon. Might I also recommend: -




O yes, now you're talking!  Hong Kong cinema at it's most bonkers.  If we're talking about Oriental Beer Movies, how about

Kind of like Monkey TV series [if you ever saw that] but crazier.  People flying around fighting with swords, brightly coloured armies battling each other for no apparent reason and sometimes faking they they're dead, a witch freezing most of the cast, flying Jawa clones in a cave, a man whose eyebrows grow and become deadly weapons, great stuff!

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RE: The Great Beer Movie - 27/4/2010 9:05:43 PM   
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And then there's

Non stop fighting in a prison for 90 mins and people are put into meat grinders, explode, have faces ripped off and are even strangled with their own intestines in a truly mad and actually very funny gorefest.

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RE: The Great Beer Movie - 27/4/2010 9:19:41 PM   
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And then there's

Non stop fighting in a prison for 90 mins and people are put into meat grinders, explode, have faces ripped off and are even strangled with their own intestines in a truly mad and actually very funny gorefest.

I'll be checking out these recommendations as I have not seen any of them and they look great.
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RE: The Great Beer Movie - 27/4/2010 9:23:52 PM   
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Kung Fu Hustle is awesome fun, I have the box set of the Baby Cart films but not actually got round to watching any of them yet!

And of course, I can't talk about Asian Beer Movies without briefly mentioning

Any of the many films featuring the guy on the far right, of which this is one of the best!

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RE: The Great Beer Movie - 27/4/2010 9:43:49 PM   
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Kung Fu Hustle is awesome fun, I have the box set of the Baby Cart films but not actually got round to watching any of them yet!

And of course, I can't talk about Asian Beer Movies without briefly mentioning

Any of the many films featuring the guy on the far right, of which this is one of the best!

Loved Destroy all Monsters and the Astro Monster. I have three of his finest movies on VHS.
Can anyone explain what Godzilla is doing to this unfortunate beast below?

Regards the Lone Wolf and Cub boxset my favourite were Babycast at the River Styx and Babycart in Peril. The latter also has a topless female warrior which is a bonus.



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RE: The Great Beer Movie - 27/4/2010 9:47:39 PM   
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I really love this movie and will have to hunt it down and watch it again soon. Might I also recommend: -




O yes, now you're talking!  Hong Kong cinema at it's most bonkers.  If we're talking about Oriental Beer Movies, how about

Kind of like Monkey TV series [if you ever saw that] but crazier.  People flying around fighting with swords, brightly coloured armies battling each other for no apparent reason and sometimes faking they they're dead, a witch freezing most of the cast, flying Jawa clones in a cave, a man whose eyebrows grow and become deadly weapons, great stuff!

Monkey used to be the main reason to get back from school on a Friday afternoon! Also was a big fan of The Water Margin. This film sounds nuts.


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RE: The Great Beer Movie - 28/4/2010 10:14:18 PM   
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Kung Fu Hustle is awesome fun, I have the box set of the Baby Cart films but not actually got round to watching any of them yet!

And of course, I can't talk about Asian Beer Movies without briefly mentioning

Any of the many films featuring the guy on the far right, of which this is one of the best!

Loved Destroy all Monsters and the Astro Monster. I have three of his finest movies on VHS.
Can anyone explain what Godzilla is doing to this unfortunate beast below?






Giving him a scratch?  "O yes, that's the spot".   Or maybe something else?  After all, Godzilla does like to hold hands.

Sad to say I have all his movies on DVD.

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RE: The Great Beer Movie - 28/4/2010 10:19:22 PM   
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O yes, now you're talking!  Hong Kong cinema at it's most bonkers.  If we're talking about Oriental Beer Movies, how about

Kind of like Monkey TV series [if you ever saw that] but crazier.  People flying around fighting with swords, brightly coloured armies battling each other for no apparent reason and sometimes faking they they're dead, a witch freezing most of the cast, flying Jawa clones in a cave, a man whose eyebrows grow and become deadly weapons, great stuff!

Monkey used to be the main reason to get back from school on a Friday afternoon! Also was a big fan of The Water Margin. This film sounds nuts.



I agree, I used to love Monkey, and a load of us would all reenact it in the playground next Monday!  I bought the Monkey box set a while back and am  slowing ploughing throught it.  Maybe Water Margin next, I remember that being more like a Chinese version of Robin Hood and less  fantastical but still crazy action packed fun all the same.

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RE: The Great Beer Movie - 29/4/2010 12:34:32 PM   
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ORIGINAL: DAVID GILLESPIE



O yes, now you're talking!  Hong Kong cinema at it's most bonkers.  If we're talking about Oriental Beer Movies, how about

Kind of like Monkey TV series [if you ever saw that] but crazier.  People flying around fighting with swords, brightly coloured armies battling each other for no apparent reason and sometimes faking they they're dead, a witch freezing most of the cast, flying Jawa clones in a cave, a man whose eyebrows grow and become deadly weapons, great stuff!

Monkey used to be the main reason to get back from school on a Friday afternoon! Also was a big fan of The Water Margin. This film sounds nuts.



I agree, I used to love Monkey, and a load of us would all reenact it in the playground next Monday!  I bought the Monkey box set a while back and am  slowing ploughing throught it.  Maybe Water Margin next, I remember that being more like a Chinese version of Robin Hood and less  fantastical but still crazy action packed fun all the same.

I think I was relegated to playing Pigsy during a game of Monkey in our neighbourhead. Retribution was sweet after catching my pal's face with a swipe from my garden rake.

Pigsy was the least favourite character to play in my neighbourhood.

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RE: The Great Beer Movie - 29/4/2010 12:36:12 PM   
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ORIGINAL: Dr Lenera

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ORIGINAL: DAVID GILLESPIE

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ORIGINAL: Dr Lenera

Kung Fu Hustle is awesome fun, I have the box set of the Baby Cart films but not actually got round to watching any of them yet!

And of course, I can't talk about Asian Beer Movies without briefly mentioning

Any of the many films featuring the guy on the far right, of which this is one of the best!

Loved Destroy all Monsters and the Astro Monster. I have three of his finest movies on VHS.
Can anyone explain what Godzilla is doing to this unfortunate beast below?






Giving him a scratch?  "O yes, that's the spot".   Or maybe something else?  After all, Godzilla does like to hold hands.

Sad to say I have all his movies on DVD.

Don't be sad, rejoice.

Your right about those monsters, they seem to have impeccably good manners.

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RE: The Great Beer Movie - 29/4/2010 7:06:59 PM   
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ORIGINAL: DAVID GILLESPIE

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ORIGINAL: DAVID GILLESPIE



O yes, now you're talking!  Hong Kong cinema at it's most bonkers.  If we're talking about Oriental Beer Movies, how about

Kind of like Monkey TV series [if you ever saw that] but crazier.  People flying around fighting with swords, brightly coloured armies battling each other for no apparent reason and sometimes faking they they're dead, a witch freezing most of the cast, flying Jawa clones in a cave, a man whose eyebrows grow and become deadly weapons, great stuff!

Monkey used to be the main reason to get back from school on a Friday afternoon! Also was a big fan of The Water Margin. This film sounds nuts.



I agree, I used to love Monkey, and a load of us would all reenact it in the playground next Monday!  I bought the Monkey box set a while back and am  slowing ploughing throught it.  Maybe Water Margin next, I remember that being more like a Chinese version of Robin Hood and less  fantastical but still crazy action packed fun all the same.

I too loved MONKEY and THE WATER MARGIN,and have both on DVD guilty pleasures


Arived today on Blu Ray just in time for BEER night.



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RE: The Great Beer Movie - 1/5/2010 3:22:53 PM   
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Arived today on Blu Ray just in time for BEER night.



I think I'll dig into the archives and watch Out For Justice. I remember it being extremely violent and I quite fancy watching it again.



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RE: The Great Beer Movie - 1/5/2010 8:35:26 PM   
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The Hidden (1987)                BEER MOVIE GOLD
This is perhaps a candidate for my top 5 beer movies of all time. Not only has it one of the most exciting and uber-violent starts to a flick in cinema history but it has a truly horrible and deadly villain and Claudia Christian walking about in next to nothing. The credits open with footage of a security bank camera and a messy attempted robbery. This spills out onto the street and a high speed car chase ensues. The result is the guilty party getting shot to bits by the police. Unfortunately this is no ordinary member of the public but a parasitic alien that jumps from host to host with an eye for fast cars, loud music, heavy weaponry and the job of senator and beyond.
Michael Nouri is the cop in hot pursuit with the help of FBI Agent (or is he?), Kyle McLachlan.
This is a fantastic actioner with explosive set-pieces and a bitter sweet conclusion. It is incredibly violent with a high body count (including the disabled and animals). This is by no means oscar nomination material but I love it. 8/10

Please note that there was a sequel made in 1993 that went straight to video. It follows the story on but is total crap and worth avoiding at all costs. Hidden 2 (1993) 2/10


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RE: The Great Beer Movie - 1/5/2010 9:13:25 PM   
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The Hidden sounds exceptionally cool, am adding it to my list of priority films to see/get.

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RE: The Great Beer Movie - 1/5/2010 9:37:22 PM   
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The Hidden sounds exceptionally cool, am adding it to my list of priority films to see/get.

You won't regret it. It's a cross between The Terminator, The Thing, Starman and Puppet Masters. Oh, and its got Claudia Christian with very little on - did I say that already? I'm not sure whether you can still get it on DVD though?


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RE: The Great Beer Movie - 1/5/2010 9:39:12 PM   
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Well I love all four of those films, so I'll have a hunt for it.

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RE: The Great Beer Movie - 2/5/2010 10:28:23 PM   
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Just bought Maniac Cop this weekend. I feel a beer movie session in a few weeks with that.

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RE: The Great Beer Movie - 2/5/2010 10:52:01 PM   
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Just bought Maniac Cop this weekend. I feel a beer movie session in a few weeks with that.


It also has the king of beer movie actors, Bruce Campbell. I don't think my voice had broke the last time I watched this one.


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RE: The Great Beer Movie - 3/5/2010 8:52:12 AM   
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Just bought Maniac Cop this weekend. I feel a beer movie session in a few weeks with that.


It also has the king of beer movie actors, Bruce Campbell. I don't think my voice had broke the last time I watched this one.



I don't think i've watched it before, some of the really 'so bad it's good' B movies are on DVD pretty cheap these days.

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RE: The Great Beer Movie - 3/5/2010 12:42:51 PM   
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Just bought Maniac Cop this weekend. I feel a beer movie session in a few weeks with that.


It also has the king of beer movie actors, Bruce Campbell. I don't think my voice had broke the last time I watched this one.



I don't think i've watched it before, some of the really 'so bad it's good' B movies are on DVD pretty cheap these days.


This isnt a great horror movie but it is definately worth a watch with drink. To think it spawned a further two films?

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RE: The Great Beer Movie - 3/5/2010 12:49:45 PM   
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The Wraith (1986)
Charlie Sheen stars as an avenging angel cyborg type thingey with a very cool racing car that crashes into the bad guys. That's about it, and oh, Sherilyn Fenn forgets to put her clothes on again -god bless her. Special note to the ugly little brat from Gentle Ben series (all grown up and even uglier) who plays a villain mechanic. He dies horribly which is a brucey bonus

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RE: The Great Beer Movie - 5/5/2010 10:52:04 AM   
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GREASTEST BEER MOVIE OF ALL TIME

Evil Dead 2 (1987)          BEER MOVIE GOLD
The first time that I watched Evil Dead 2 (sometime during my high school years) I was hooked. Mixing elements of full on gore, ultra violence and slapstick, Raimi created one of the most entertaining and fun movies ever. Although the first third, with Campbell battling the dead and his hand, is perhaps the strongest part of the flick, the finale is surreal and hilariously bad natured. This is independant film making at its very best and a movie I an watch again and again. 8/5/10

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RE: The Great Beer Movie - 5/5/2010 11:41:16 AM   
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The Wraith (1986)
Charlie Sheen stars as an avenging angel cyborg type thingey with a very cool racing car that crashes into the bad guys. That's about it, and oh, Sherilyn Fenn forgets to put her clothes on again -god bless her. Special note to the ugly little brat from Gentle Ben series (all grown up and even uglier) who plays a villain mechanic. He dies horribly which is a brucey bonus


I still have this on video and it's a great fun watch, with grear car sequences.  Kind of a more modern variant on High Plains Drifter isn't it?

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RE: The Great Beer Movie - 5/5/2010 11:45:56 AM   
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GREASTEST BEER MOVIE OF ALL TIME

Evil Dead 2 (1987)
The first time that I watched Evil Dead 2 (sometime during my high school years) I was hooked. Mixing elements of full on gore, ultra violence and slapstick, Raimi created one of the most entertaining and fun movies ever. Although the first third, with Campbell battling the dead and his hand, is perhaps the strongest part of the flick, the finale is surreal and hilariously bad natured. This is independant film making at its very best and a movie I an watch again and again. 8/5/10


Tempted to agree with you mate, it's the most perfect combination of horror and comedy ever in my opinion.  So inventive in almost every scene and I still can't figure out why Bruce Campbell never became a big star.

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RE: The Great Beer Movie - 5/5/2010 1:06:49 PM   
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The Wraith (1986)
Charlie Sheen stars as an avenging angel cyborg type thingey with a very cool racing car that crashes into the bad guys. That's about it, and oh, Sherilyn Fenn forgets to put her clothes on again -god bless her. Special note to the ugly little brat from Gentle Ben series (all grown up and even uglier) who plays a villain mechanic. He dies horribly which is a brucey bonus


I still have this on video and it's a great fun watch, with grear car sequences.  Kind of a more modern variant on High Plains Drifter isn't it?

You're right enough, although The Wraith would be HPD's sex mad, trailer trash cousin
I watched The Hidden again last night as my father and law likes a good bit of carnage in his flicks. I had to agree with his comment about the comparisons with Men in Black. It is like a grown up variant of this.

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RE: The Great Beer Movie - 5/5/2010 1:11:03 PM   
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GREASTEST BEER MOVIE OF ALL TIME

Evil Dead 2 (1987)
The first time that I watched Evil Dead 2 (sometime during my high school years) I was hooked. Mixing elements of full on gore, ultra violence and slapstick, Raimi created one of the most entertaining and fun movies ever. Although the first third, with Campbell battling the dead and his hand, is perhaps the strongest part of the flick, the finale is surreal and hilariously bad natured. This is independant film making at its very best and a movie I an watch again and again. 8/5/10


Tempted to agree with you mate, it's the most perfect combination of horror and comedy ever in my opinion.  So inventive in almost every scene and I still can't figure out why Bruce Campbell never became a big star.

Bruce Campbell's cameo in Spiderman 3 was the only aspect of that movie that I enjoyed. He proved with his role as Elvis in Bubba Ho Tep (2002) that he can act a bit, but for me it's his comedy timing. Unfortunately for Bruce, he would have probably been a A Grade leading man in the 40's-50's.


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RE: The Great Beer Movie - 5/5/2010 7:58:55 PM   
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Here's a good one I have on video and keep meaning to get on DVD.

A low budget and really fun tongue-in-cheek Conan-style movie with loads of blood and one of the funniest weapons I've ever seen in a film- a three bladed sword that fires two of it's blades like they're arrows.

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RE: The Great Beer Movie - 5/5/2010 8:29:00 PM   
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Here's a good one I have on video and keep meaning to get on DVD.

A low budget and really fun tongue-in-cheek Conan-style movie with loads of blood and one of the funniest weapons I've ever seen in a film- a three bladed sword that fires two of it's blades like they're arrows.

SNAP!!!I love this gem of a movie,and still have it on ye old VHS,but the machine died a death years ago,and i keep reminding myself to get this one.I saw this in the cinema when it was released back in 1982,and it was a full on 18 cert,blood sex and violence.The Sword and the Sorcerer is actually a far better Conan movie than either of the official Conan movies.It's exciting, it's fun,and it's some of the most unashamedly genuine Sword & Sorcery ever put to screen, straight from the pulp magazines of the '30s to the big screen of the '80s.


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RE: The Great Beer Movie - 5/5/2010 8:49:09 PM   
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Here's a good one I have on video and keep meaning to get on DVD.

A low budget and really fun tongue-in-cheek Conan-style movie with loads of blood and one of the funniest weapons I've ever seen in a film- a three bladed sword that fires two of it's blades like they're arrows.

Now we're talking!! Bill and myself confessed our love for this gem over on the weird thread some time ago. Gory, camp and unintentionally hilarious, this is perfect companion for the six pack. The story is all over the place, with badly cut scenes and off kilter pace, but the final brawl where the hero manages to pull huge spikes out of his hands after being crucified is cracking stuff. My only qualm is the Richard Moll, fantastic as the monstrous Xusia, disappears for most of the movie.

"Don't worry little girl, it won't hurt until it gets through to the bone". This unfortunate sadistic torturer soon gets his face carved off.


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RE: The Great Beer Movie - 5/5/2010 8:57:37 PM   
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Here's a good one I have on video and keep meaning to get on DVD.

A low budget and really fun tongue-in-cheek Conan-style movie with loads of blood and one of the funniest weapons I've ever seen in a film- a three bladed sword that fires two of it's blades like they're arrows.

Now we're talking!! Bill and myself confessed our love for this gem over on the weird thread some time ago. Gory, camp and unintentionally hilarious, this is perfect companion for the six pack. The story is all over the place, with badly cut scenes and off kilter pace, but the final brawl where the hero manages to pull huge spikes out of his hands after being crucified is cracking stuff. My only qualm is the Richard Moll, fantastic as the monstrous Xusia, disappears for most of the movie.

"Don't worry little girl, it won't hurt until it gets through to the bone". This unfortunate sadistic torturer soon gets his face carved off.




Hell, even Conan couldn't manage that in his crucificion scene.

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