Galaxina (1980)

Galaxina is a low-budget American science fiction movie, best remembered for its lead actress, Playboy Playmate of the Year (for 1980) Dorothy Stratten (who was murdered shortly after the movie's release).

Galaxina is a parody of Star Wars, Star Trek, and Alien and starred Stratten as a lifelike, voluptuous android named Galaxina who is assigned to oversee the operations of a deep-space freighter captained by incompetent Cornelius Butt (Avery Schreiber). When a mission requires the ship's crew to be placed in suspended animation for decades, Galaxina finds herself alone for many years, developing emotions and falling in love with the ship's pilot, Thor (Stephen Macht), as he and the other crew sleep the years away.

Besides its homages/parodying of science fiction maintstays, the film also pokes fun at western movies.

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Rock & Rule (1983)

Centering on rock and roll music, the film includes songs by Cheap Trick, Chris Stein and Debbie Harry of the pop group Blondie, Lou Reed, Iggy Pop, and Earth, Wind & Fire. The story takes place in a post-apocalyptic United States populated by mutated humanoid animals. Protagonists and antagonists alike are rock musicians in this movie. Omar, Angel, Dizzy, and Stretch perform in a small-time rock band in their home city of Ohmtown. The aging but still popular rock star Mok, in search of the "one voice" needed to summon a demon from another dimension, hears Angel sing while the band performs in a club and realizes that she is the voice he needs. Although initially unaware of Mok's true intentions, she refuses to abandon her band despite his prodding insistence. Unwilling to take no for an answer, Mok kidnaps her and flies away with her in his blimp to Nuke York (the post-apocalyptic version of New York City) to perform the concert that will summon his demon. More...

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Ralph Bakshi's Coonskin (1975)

Coonskin is a film about an African American rabbit, fox, and bear who rise to the top of the organized crime racket in Harlem, encountering corrupt law enforcement, con artists and the Mafia. The film, which combines live-action with animation, stars Philip Michael Thomas, Charles Gordone, Barry White and Scatman Crothers, all of whom appear in both live-action and animated sequences. Coonskin utilizes a number of references to various elements from African American culture, ranging from African folk tales to the work of cartoonist George Herriman, and satirizes racist and other stereotypes, as well as the blaxploitation genre, Song of the South, and The Godfather.

Originally produced under the titles Harlem Nights and Coonskin No More..., Coonskin encountered extreme controversy before its original theatrical release when the Congress of Racial Equality strongly criticized the content as being racist, although none of the group's members had seen the film. When the film was finally released, Bryanston gave it limited distribution and initially received negative reviews. Later re-released under the titles Bustin' Out and Street Fight, Coonskin has since been reappraised, with many considering it to be one of Bakshi's finest works.

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Panther Squad (1984)

... aka Commando Panther (France)
... aka Female Mercenaries II (USA: bootleg title)


Sanatorium is a Macedonian thrash metal band from Skopje, Republic of Macedonia. After its forming in 1987 the band quickly attracted the media attention nationwide and in the following period succeeded in obtaining all the music awards in Macedonia. An invitation followed for taking part in Hard Metal festival, the biggest heavy metal festival in the former Yugoslavia at the time. The band performed in Novi Sad in 1991 and Belgrade, Serbia in 1992 where they got several offers for releasing their debut album. The plan was postponed due to the disintegration of the Yugoslav federation and the Yugoslav wars that followed.

In 1992 they finally released their first official album Na rabot na razumot (The Edge Of Sanity) for the National Macedonian Radio-Television music production. It was recorded and mixed in the M-2 studio in Skopje from April to November 1992. All of the songs are in Macedonian language.

In 1996, they release their third album No More, recorded in the City Sound Studio in Skopje from November 1995 to April 1996. The record is completely in English, except for the bonus tracks, which are in Macedonian language.
Promotional tours around Europe followed, mostly around the Balkans. In Sofia, Bulgaria in August 2000, they played a concert together with Motörhead. The tour ends in Skopje, with a spectacular performance on the festival Taksirat in front of 8000 fans.

No More (1996)

Pero Stefanovsky - Vocals / Guitar
Constantine Kachev - Guitar / Backing Vocals
Goran Stankovich - Bass / Backing Vocals
Goran Athanasoff - Drums / Backing Vocals
Special guests:
Miki Jovanovski - Backing Vocals
Vlatko Kaevski - Keyboards
Scott Peer - Recital on “No More Patience”

01. Our Doom 03:00
02. Live in Silence 03:25
03. No More Patience 03:57
04. Illusion of Mind Confusion 04:45
05. Ballad of the Past 04:50
06. Dreams of Reality 04:15
07. Inhuman Commands 03:50
08. Wasted Existence 03:58
09. Thinking About... 02:37
10. Bez Razum I Svest (bonus track) 05:37
11. Epidemic of Hate (bonus track) 06:12

Na Rabot Na Razumot (1992)

01.Senka Na Smrtta
02.Bez Razum I Svest
03.Ultra Speed
04.Operacija Na Mozokot
05.Udoben Kovceg
06.Epidemija Na Omraza
07.Despot Na Adot

The Phantom Tollbooth (1970)

Milo, a bored, lonely boy who lives in a San Francisco apartment block, is surprised by the sudden arrival of a large, gift-wrapped package. Inside is a tollbooth, which turns out to be a gateway into a magical parallel universe. As Milo passes through the tollbooth, the character moves from live action to animation, and his toy car transports him to the enchanted Kingdom of Wisdom and the cities of Digitopolis and Dictionopolis.

Accompanied by a watchdog called Tock (because he has a large clock face embedded in his body), Milo has a series of adventures in places like the Mountains of Ignorance, the Doldrums, Dictionopolis, Digitopolis, and the Castle in the Air. Together they must rescue the Princesses Rhyme and Reason, who are being held captive in Castle in the Air, and restore order to the Kingdom of Wisdom. The many eccentric characters they meet include the noisy Dr. Dischord, the Mathemagician, King Azaz, the Senses Taker, and Officer Short Shrift.

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Woodstock: 40 Years On - Back To Yasgur's Farm (2009)

Hippies, yippies and yuppies flocked to Yasgur's Farm in 1969 in search of music and a good time, but as the big name bands rolled in so did the crowds (a half million people!) - and so it was that a relatively small aquarian exposition transformed into a counterculture movement that changed rock'n'roll history forever. In celebration of the landmark festival's 40th anniversary, Rhino is set to release Woodstock - 40 Years on: Back to Yasgur's Farm Limited Edition Boxset, the most comprehensive collection of Woodstock performances ever. Sequenced in the chronological order in which they occurred, the 77-song, six-CD boxed set contains 38 previously unreleased recordings. After a labor-intensive process of reviewing every inch of multi-track tape, co-producer Andy Zax selected the very best from each of the 33 sets and furthered the collection's authenticity by including stage announcements, set banter, the sounds of rain, a cameo appearance by Abbie Hoffman, and the graciousness of Max Yasgur's address to the crowd, heard for the first time in its entirety. Also for the first time ever, the complete and accurate set lists will be included in the box's booklet. Highlights from this extraordinary collection are plentiful, but stand-outs certainly include never-before-released tracks and previously unissued full-length versions of performances by Ravi Shanker, Country Joe McDonald, Grateful Dead, Creedence Clearwater Revival, The Who, Joe Cocker, Country Joe & The Fish, The Butterfield Blues Band, and Sha Na Na.

Disc One:
01. Richie Havens - Handsome Johnny
02. Richie Havens - Freedom (Motherless Child)
03. John Morris - Choppity Choppity
04. Sweetwater - Look Out
05. Sweetwater - Two Worlds
06. Bert Sommer - Jennifer
07. Bert Sommer - And When It's Over
08. Bert Sommer - Smile
09. John Morris - There Goes Marilyn!
10. Tim Hardin - Hang On To A Dream
11. Tim Hardin - Simple Song Of Freedom
12. John Morris - Flat Blue Acid
13. Ravi Shankar - Raga Puriya-Dhanashri/Gat In Sawarital
14. Melanie - Momma Momma
15. Melanie - Beautiful People
16. Melanie - Birthday Of The Sun
17. Arlo Guthrie - Coming Into Los Angeles
18. Arlo Guthrie - Wheel Of Fortune
19. Arlo Guthrie - Every Hand In The Land
20. John Morris - All You Funny People

Disc Two:
01. Joan Baez - Joe Hill
02. Joan Baez - Sweet Sir Galahad
03. Joan Baez - Hickory Wind
04. Joan Baez - Drug Store Truck Drivin' Man Featuring Jeffrey Shurtleff
05. John Morris - Bring Scully His Asthma Pills
06. John Morris - Insulin & Quill Intro
07. Quill - They Live The Life
08. Quill - That's How I Eat
09. Chip Monck - I Understand Your Wife Is Having A Baby
10. Country Joe McDonald - Donovan's Reef
11. Country Joe McDonald - The "Fish" Cheer/I-Feel-Like-I'm-Fixin'-To-Die Rag
12. Santana - Persuasion
13. Santana - Soul Sacrifice
14. John B. Sebastian - How Have You Been
15. John B. Sebastian - Rainbows All Over Your Blues
16. John B. Sebastian - I Had A Dream
17. Incredible String Band - The Letter
18. Incredible String Band - When You Find Out Who You Are
19. Chip Monck - She Is Lost

Disc Three:
01. Chip Monck - We're In Pretty Good Shape
02. Canned Heat - Going Up the Country
03. Canned Heat - Woodstock Boogie
04. Chip Monck - The Brown Acid Is Not Specifically Too Good
05. Mountain - Blood Of The Sun
06. Mountain - Theme For An Imaginary Western
07. Mountain - For Yasgur's Farm
08. Chip Monck - For Those Of You Who Have Partaken Of The Green Acid...
09. Jerry Garcia & Country Joe McDonald - Green Acid Advice
10. Grateful Dead - Dark Star
11. Creedence Clearwater Revival - Green River
12. Creedence Clearwater Revival - Bad Moon Rising
13. Creedence Clearwater Revival - I Put A Spell On You

Disc Four:
01. Janis Joplin - Work Me, Lord
02. Janis Joplin - Ball And Chain
03. Sly & The Family Stone - Medley: Dance To The Music/Music Lover/ I Want To Take You Higher
04. Abbie Hoffman - The Politics Of The Situation
05. The Who - Amazing Journey
06. The Who - Pinball Wizard
07. The Who - Abbie Hoffman Vs. Pete Townshend
08. The Who - We're Not Gonna Take It
09. Jefferson Airplane - The Other Side Of This Life
10. Jefferson Airplane - Somebody To Love
11. Jefferson Airplane - Won't You Try/Saturday Afternoon
12. Grace Slick - We Got A Whole Lot Of Orange
13. Jefferson Airplane - Volunteers
14. Wavy Gravy - Breakfast In Bed For 400.000
15. John Morris - It Just Keeps Goin''
16. Max Yasgur Speaks

Disc Five:
01. Joe Cocker - Feelin' Alright
02. Joe Cocker - Let's Go Get Stoned
03. Joe Cocker - With A Little Help From My Friends
04. The Rainstorm
05. Country Joe & The Fish - Rock & Soul Music
06. Country Joe & The Fish - Love
07. Country Joe & The Fish - Not So Sweet Martha Lorraine
08. Country Joe & The Fish - Summer Dresses
09. Country Joe & The Fish - Silver And Gold
10. Country Joe & The Fish - Rock & Soul Music (Reprise)
11. Johnny Winter - Leland Mississippi Blues
12. Johnny Winter - Mean Town Blues
13. Blood, Sweat & Tears - You've Made Me So Very Happy

Disc Six:
01. Crosby, Stills & Nash - Suite: Judy Blue Eyes
02. Crosby, Stills & Nash - Guinnevere
03. Crosby, Stills & Nash - Marrakesh Express
04. Crosby, Stills & Nash - 4 + 20
05. Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young - Sea Of Madness
06. Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young - Wooden Ships
07. The Butterfield Blues Band - No Amount Of Loving
08. The Butterfield Blues Band - Love March
09. The Butterfield Blues Band - Everything's Gonna Be Alright
10. Sha Na Na - Get A Job
11. Sha Na Na - At The Hop
12. Sha Na Na - Get A Job (Reprise)
13. Jimi Hendrix - The Star Spangled Banner/Purple Haze/Woodstock Improvisation
14. Chip Monck - Woodstock Farewell


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Ralph Bakshi's Wizards (1977)

In a post apocalyptic future that appears as a blend of World War II Europe and J.R.R. Tolkien's Middle-earth, a pint-size wizard named Avatar must save the world from a band of fascist mutants controlled by his evil twin brother, Blackwolf, who likes to confuse enemy armies by projecting films of Adolf Hitler speeches during attacks. Painted live-action footage of advancing Nazi armies contrasts with Saturday-morning-cartoon-style animation of fairies and elves as Avatar travels through various magical and radioactive realms on his quest. Aiding him are a sexually promiscuous fairy queen, a hot-blooded warrior elf and Peace, a misunderstood robot rebelling against his Blackwolf-controlled programming. A bizarre and psychedelic meditation on magic vs. technology, this ultimate futuristic fantastic epic cult film still finds an audience on college campuses and will prove quite rewarding to viewers in the right frame of mind.

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