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    I've only seen a handful of those, but they all look rather interesting.
     
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    how can you not believe in a hero with hair and shorts like that

    https://letterboxd.com/film/deadly-prey/

    this movie teaches you that anyone that has an opinion that is even the slightest bit left of ultra conservative should be beaten to death with there own sexual organs. Don't trust me? Then check out the review of it on imdb

    I love this movie to the point that I found an e-mail address for Ted Prior's ex-wife and wrote to her. It thrills me to know that she passed on the regards of Ted's legion of Gold Coast fans to him.

    Please, if anyone is reading this and considering watching 'Deadly Prey', drop everything, quit your job, divorce your wife, rent it out and enjoy what is arguably the finest motion picture ever committed to celluloid
     
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    I can recommend

    slaughter high
    rawhead rex
    shogun assassin
    nightmares
    invasion usa
    from beyond
    the nest
    intruder
    the exterminator
    deadbeat at dawn

    as good movies, and

    eliminators
    gymkata
    America 3000
    wheels of fire
    preppies
    the wraith
    recruits
    vicious lips
    silk

    as bad/good

    I miss seeing vhs boxart that was deliberately ripping off more famous movie covers in a desperate attempt to try to cash in. There's plenty of examples of it in the link. Just look to see how many Rambo/mad max rip-offs there are
     
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    Ted prior is always smooth and never coarse, unless there's trouble, then...
     
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    Reminds me of browsing the video rental section of the local shop when I was a kid. I haven't seen many of those, but I did watch Killer Klowns from Outer Space and Friday the 13th Part V: A New Beginning. In fact I think it was the first Friday the 13th movie that I saw.
     
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    That's considered the worst in the series by many Jason fans, because Jason is not the killer. killer klowns is great, just for the novelty kill scenes alone. There's endless joy in watching eighties movies for me, especially the bad ones, of which there are oh so many
     
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    Yeah, I have Killer Klowns too. And I love those terrible 80's movies but I like "bad movies" anyway. Trying to think of one in particular, but my brain just won't get into gear. Its hilariously bad ....... anyway, I'll think of it.
     
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    it's likely I will have seen it. Have you seen 'deadly prey', that is awesome, it's terrible yet also good, not good bad as such, just bad, with good bits in it. killer klowns is a genuinely great movie, the deaths are really cool, the concepts of them are well thought through. Try watching 80s Richard Harrison kung fu movies, they're a treat to. It's strange, a lot of movies that are viewed as good/bad, are actually just good, you can view anything as bad if you want to, the entire concept of a movie is 'bad' just by the fact that's its just a film with actors reading a script in it. I think there's some incredible snobbishness when it comes to such things, especially about the horror genre, as a whole
     
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    No haven't seen Deadly Prey, but the link about it makes me want to. I'll keep it in mind.

    I bet you have seen this movie I'm trying to remember..... I don't even remember much about it except that it was one of the best hilariously bad movies I'd ever seen. I THINK the "star" was a former Penthouse model back when Penthouse was giving Playboy a run for its money and before they went hardcore. Anyway ..... the main scene that sticks in my head is........ the heroine has traced her sister to a Biker/Meth Dealers lair on top of a mountain. Then she beats up all these bikers! And then chases the survivors ........ but they take the road on their bikes and she just runs down the side of this huge freaking mountain and beats them all to the bottom where she shoots them all up! Terrible acting, terrible script and I think she was a school teacher before she ..... well anyway, if any of that rings any kind of bell, let me know.
     
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    can't think of it, using playboy stars was usually a sign a movie was gonna be either very bad, or soft porn masquerading as something else, or both. Mind you bree olson was in human centipede three, and that's awesome, despie being hated by just about everybody but me. I've seen that many bad/good movies that only the real memorable ones stick in my head, my favourite is still 'I drink your blood'. Rabies infected pies, spaced out psycho devil worshipping hippies, and a granddad whacked out on acid, what's not to adore?
     
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    Zzzzzzzzzz
     
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    My kinda horror. Try this Neil.
     
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