A former actor named Travis Anderson lives in a castle with only his two bodyguards to keep him company. It just so happens that a book publisher and his crew sneak in to take some photos, thinking the castle empty. When they are discovered they are asked to leave immediately. But then Travis recognizes one of the girls as his former girlfriend Edith. He relents and lets them all stay the night. It isn't long before the evil spirit of a former resident known as 'The Crimson Executioner' is released by accident. It possesses Travis, who then takes it upon himself to punish his unwelcome guests for their physical and spiritual imperfections.
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Slobodan Milosevic is young promising guy. He is a solid student, obedient son and considerate boyfriend. But after his affair with one Swiss girl, all of that changes. When he told his girlfriend Masa about that affair she hits him in the head and he changes completely. He quarrels with his parents, runs away from home, has sex with different girls, even with Masa's mother, masturbates while driving the car, finds a way to express himself by playing rock'n'roll music and does similar anarchic stuffs. Masa thinks that another hit in the head would put the things back where they were, and when that happens and Slobodan starts acting normal again they plan a wedding. But in the middle of the wedding Slobodan hears that his friend from a band Pit had died and he, not knowing what else to do, goes bumping his head against the wall.
She is a film made by Hammer Film Productions, based on the novel by H. Rider Haggard. It was directed by Robert Day and stars Ursula Andress, Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee. An expedition into a previously unexplored region discovers a city ruled by Ayesha, an immortal sorceress who sees her former lover in the leader of the expedition. While she's trying to convince him to make the rite which leads to immortality her army is attacked by some barbarians whose leader's daughter has been captured by Ayesha. Her army loses the fierce battle against the badly equipped but strong barbarians.
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Ronin is a graphic novel by Frank Miller in which a ronin is re-incarnated in a dystopic near-future New York. The six-issue work shows some of the strongest influences of manga on Miller's style, both in the artwork and narrative style.A ronin was a masterless samurai during the feudal period (1185–1868) of Japan. A samurai became masterless from the ruin or fall of his master, or after the loss of his master's favor or privilege. Since a ronin doesn't serve any lord, he is no longer a samurai. A samurai is a "servant".
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Gekitotsu! Satsujin ken (1974) Terry is a tough, mercenary, master of martial arts. When an important business magnate dies, leaving billions to his daughter, the Mafia and Yakuza try to hire Terry to kidnap the daughter. When they refuse to meet his exorbitant price, then try to kill him to conceal their secret plans, he promptly offers his services to protect her. Much ultra-violent martial-arts fighting action, as expected, ensues. This also includes a subplot of a family's bloodfeud with Terry over a disputed debt.
Walter Rizatti's score from 1990: The Bronx Warriors - the world's only post-apocalyptic tap-dancing street gang film. Bronx Warriors was Directed by Enzo G. Castellari of Inglorious Bastards, and Warriors of the Wasteland fame and featured Mark Gregory and Enzo's go-to badass black guy Fred Williamson (which of these post-apocalyptic Italian movies was this dude not in?). Castellari also directed the sequel, which appeared on a Mystery Science Theater episode I posted a while back.
01. Bronx 1990 (02:34)
02. Fire Knights (01:53)
03. Trash And Annie (02:22)
04. Radioprogramme (03:00)
05. Hammer Boss (02:53)
06. Bronx Suspense (02:34)
07. Learning To Die (04:43)
08. Bronx Traffic (01:51)
09. Skaters Group (02:10)
10. NY Suspense (03:10)
11. Spillo's Death (01:44)
12. Ring Mystery (01:34)
13. Trash And Annie (II Vers.) (02:54)
14. The Warriors (02:08)
15. A Bar In The Bronx (04:08)
16. Fear And Death (02:43)
17. Still And Again (01:23)
18. Slow Run (01:44)
AKA Carnal Madness. This is one class you won't want to miss! Three mental patients (a bad impersonator, a baseball player, and a gay fashion designer) escape their asylum and sexually assault their way into a girl's private school. The girls education includes wrestling and karate, so the three mad men will find stern opposition where they least expect it. There's one girl that especially interested me in this film - you'll know when you see her. Preview/Download
This CD contains the first ever "official" release of "Captain Beefheart and His Magic Band" (later changed to "Captain Beefheart and The Magic Band") and Don Van Vliet's first official song release, "Who Do You Think You're Fooling". What an entrance. All of the songs, except maybe "Moonchild", showcase the skills of the early Beefheart: his amazing gravel-textured engine-roaring vocals that sound like a voice singing through fire; the skippy rock rhythms and catchy twangy guitar riffs; and the first stirrings of Van Vliet's ultimate lyrical direction. This is a great collection of songs, and a great start to an amazing recording career that didn't end until Van Vliet's self-imposed musical exile in 1982. As this CD proves, he came in as he went out: with a huge bang.
01.Diddy Wah Diddy
02.Who Do You Think You're Fooling
05.Here I Am I Always Am
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Appeared on the Old Grey Whistle Test in 1973 - the music is merely dubbed over the top of an impressive live sequence featuring a cloaked Beefheart stalking the stage at The Rainbow. Sound and picture quality are good, though it is a shame that the original audio from the performance hasn't survived. Download in real media format.
Plot Summary: Hellsing follows the antiheroic vampire, Alucard, and a police girl-turned-vampire, Seras Victoria, two vampires employed by the vampire-extermination group of England, the Hellsing Organization. Slowly but surely, through their active duty, they find a new breed of vampires beginning to arise.
01 - The Undead
02 - Club M
03 - Sword Dancer
04 - Innocent as a human
05 - Brotherhood
06 - Dead Zone
07 - Duel
08 - Kill House
09 - Red Rose Vertigo
10 - Master of Monster
11 - Transcend Force
12 - Total Destruction
13 - Hellfire
Kaubôi bibappu: Tengoku no tobira (2001) Mars is under siege! Just before Halloween 2071, a terrorist bomb destroys a tanker truck on Highway One, close to a densely-populated crater city. There are casualties up to half a mile from the blast - 500 killed or injured by what appears to be a biochemical weapon. The reward for the bombers capture is a massive 300,000,000 woolongs... and there are four humans and a dog who really need the money. Down on their luck as usual, the crew of the Bebop get on the case.
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Safe as Milk is the debut album by Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band, originally released in 1967. It is a heavily blues-influenced work, but also features many of the features—such as surreal lyrics and odd time signatures—that would later become trademarks of Beefheart's music.
01. "Sure 'Nuff 'n Yes I Do" (Don Van Vliet, Herb Bermann) – 2:15
02. "Zig Zag Wanderer" (Van Vliet, Bermann) – 2:40
03. "Call On Me" (Van Vliet) – 2:37
04. "Dropout Boogie" (Van Vliet, Bermann) – 2:32
05. "I'm Glad" (Van Vliet) – 3:31
06. "Electricity" (Van Vliet, Bermann) – 3:07
07. "Yellow Brick Road" (Van Vliet, Bermann) – 2:28
08. "Abba Zaba" (Van Vliet) – 2:44
09. "Plastic Factory" (Van Vliet, Bermann, Jerry Handley) – 3:08
10. "Where There's Woman" (Van Vliet, Bermann) – 2:09
11. "Grown So Ugly" (Robert Pete Williams) – 2:27
12. "Autumn's Child" (Van Vliet, Bermann) – 4:02
(all selections written by Don Van Vliet)
13. "Safe as Milk" (Take 5) – 4:13
14. "On Tomorrow" – 6:56
15. "Big Black Baby Shoes" – 4:50
16. "Flower Pot" – 3:55
17. "Dirty Blue Gene" – 2:43
18. "Trust Us" (Take 9) – 7:22
19. "Korn Ring Finger" – 7:26
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