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  • #16
    'The Blob'. circa 1958, . This was , I believe Steve McQueen's movie debut bit part . For a horror genre presentation it was somewhat comedic!.
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    • #17
      The Blob was filmed very close to where we live....Pheonixville, Valley Forge, Royersford, and Downingtown. Pheonixville is a little more than 10 minutes from the Empire of Eagleville. I work 2 minutes from Valley Forge.
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      • #18
        The Blob had a fun theme song though.

        I'd imagine it would be tough in the winter time to work a job that is only two minutes away from Valley Forge. History tells us that place gets pretty cold.

        One year from now, Howard will be retired from that job and happily living off the fat of the land. On Saturday nights, you'll find him in front of his tv set watching The Blob with a tub of popcorn.

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        • #19
          One year from now, Howard will be retired from that job and happily living off the fat of the land. On Saturday nights, you'll find him in front of his tv set watching The Blob with a tub of popcorn.

          You're not far off the mark, Joe...
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          • #20
            You're too young to retire, Howard.

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            • #21
              Tell my body that, Scott. With the quality of machinists not being what it was 40 years ago or even 20 years ago, I have to do more than I did when I was 25.
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              • #22
                I’m an Orbison fan, but this takes some beating:

                https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=PuEq_WSSMNA

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                • #23
                  You ain't kidding, Gary. That looks dreadful.

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                  • #24
                    plan nine from outer space. its the citizen kane of worst movies

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                    • #25
                      As a Sherlock Holmes fan I’d have to add The Hounds Of London with Patrick McNee as surely the worst Holmes ever? I’ve seen it twice over the years but enough is enough. Never again.
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                      " When you eliminate the impossible whatever remains no matter how improbable......is probably a little bit boring "

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                      • #26
                        Originally posted by Michael Banks View Post
                        As a Sherlock Holmes fan I’d have to add The Hounds Of London with Patrick McNee as surely the worst Holmes ever? I’ve seen it twice over the years but enough is enough. Never again.
                        Diana Rigg as Dr Watson?

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                        • #27
                          Originally posted by Gary Barnett View Post

                          Diana Rigg as Dr Watson?
                          Might have made the film less painful to watch Gary. The guy that played Watson was coincidentally called Paget who was the best known Uk illustrator of Holmes stories. He used his brother as the model for Holmes. Macnee (I’d spelt his name wrong) actually played Watson three times. Not badly and nowhere near his ‘masterwork’ of Holmes.
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                          MichaelšŸ”Ž


                          " When you eliminate the impossible whatever remains no matter how improbable......is probably a little bit boring "

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                          • #28
                            I keep returning to 'The Giant Claw'... There is this huge bird snatching planes from the sky. It's a terrifying thing. A monster from nightmares. Or was supposed to be. The trouble was that they ran out of money before they did the special effects, or so the story goes, with the results you see on screen. And an absolute winner is 'Fire Maidens From Outer Space'. Now, the title might lead you to think that this is a bad science fiction film, but you'd be wrong to think that. It's not bad, it's dreadful. Particularly noteworthy is the scene early in the movie when Dr Higgins and Luther Blair (I think) have a conversation in the former's office, shouting above the traffic noise. And the arrival of the secretary... As for the space craft... A big adding machine is the height of technology..

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                            • #29
                              Originally posted by Paul View Post
                              I keep returning to 'The Giant Claw'... There is this huge bird snatching planes from the sky. It's a terrifying thing. A monster from nightmares. Or was supposed to be. The trouble was that they ran out of money before they did the special effects, or so the story goes, with the results you see on screen. And an absolute winner is 'Fire Maidens From Outer Space'. Now, the title might lead you to think that this is a bad science fiction film, but you'd be wrong to think that. It's not bad, it's dreadful. Particularly noteworthy is the scene early in the movie when Dr Higgins and Luther Blair (I think) have a conversation in the former's office, shouting above the traffic noise. And the arrival of the secretary... As for the space craft... A big adding machine is the height of technology..
                              I saw that a few weeks ago for the first time Paul. I love old sci-if movies and this is one that’s so bad it’s worth watching. The bird looked like Rod Hull had mistreated emu for 6 months.
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                              • #30
                                If that thing was intended to scare, it worked. It scared the hell out of me.

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