The Tale Of The Bunny Picnic is a TV special directed by Jim Henson and David G. Hillier time. It was later released on VHS in 1993. The film focuses on the (. In the United States it was shown annually on HBO in the spring, usually during EasterMuppet character Bean Bunny, who makes his first appearance in this special, and would later appear on additional projects featuring Jim Henson's Muppets. Very Very Ultra Rare. I say -rare- because I couldn't find it anywhere else on the net. But then I found a torrent with a few seeders on it and waited a long time. Now that I have it, I'm making it easier to obtain by Rapidshare. - RENSLT
The Street Fighter introduced audiences to a tough-as-nails Japanese mercenary named Takuma "Terry" Tsurugi (Sonny Chiba). With its over-the-top violence and charismatic lead actor, the film proved popular enough to spawn two official sequels in the same year and earn a devoted cult following upon its U.S. release (with Quentin Tarantino as one of its most famous fans). Though most sequels tend to be inferior to the originals, the Street Fighter series is one of the rare exceptions where each succeeding film improves upon the last—at least in terms of entertainment value, but not necessarily in terms of plot. Whether a person would agree with such a claim could probably be measured by how they react to the film's snappy pre-credit sequence. During these scenes, the hero's face remains hidden behind a Mission:Impossible style human mask he wears. After saving a mobster during this sequence, the grateful man asks Tsurugi to identify himself. In a gloriously cheesy moment, Terry rips off his latex disguise, flashes a winning smile, and quips, "Terry Tsurugi's my name, but some people call me the Street Fighter!" The film suddenly freeze-frames on Chiba's toothy grin as the title card appears, accompanied by the film's funky Lalo Schifrin-inspired theme song! If you find that sort of overt goofball campiness endearing then this movie's definitely for you.
01 - harem holiday 02 - my desert serenade 03 - go east - young man 04 - mirage 05 - kismet 06 - shake that tambourine 07 - hey little girl 08 - golden coins 09 - so close, yet so far (from paradise) 10 - animal instinct 11 - wisdom of the ages 12 - girl happy 13 - spring fever 14 - fort laudernale chamber of commerce 15 - startin' tonight 16 - wolf call 17 - do not distrub 18 - cross my heart and hope to die 19 - the meanest girl in town 20 - do the clam 21 - puppet on a string 22 - i've got to find my baby
CD1 01. Don't Stop Me Now - Queen 02. Rockstar - Nickelback 03. Gimme All Your Lovin' - ZZ Top 04. I Drove All Night - Roy Orbison 05. Road To Hell - Chris Rea 06. Here I Go Again - Whitesnake 07. Rush Hour - Jane Wiedlin 08. Whole Of The Moon - Waterboys 09. Road Of Nowhere - Talking Heads 10. Owner Of A Lonely Heart - Yes 11. Don't Stop Believin' - Journey 12. Echo Beach - Martha & The Muffins 13. Manic Monday - Bangles 14. Baker Street - Gerry Rafferty 15. King Of The Road - Proclaimers 16. Joker - Steve Miller Band 17. House Of the Rising Sun - Animals 18. Purple Rain - Prince
CD2 01. Radar Love - Golden Earring 02. Highway Star - Deep Purple 03. Take The Money And Run - Steve Miller Band 04. Driver's Seat - Sniff 'n' The Tears 05. American Pie - Don McLean 06. Band On The Run - Paul McCartney & Wings 07. Panic In Detroit - David Bowie 08. Passenger - Iggy Pop 09. 2-4-6-8 Motorway - Tom Robinson Band 10. Long Train Runnin' - Doobie Brothers 11. Starlight Feels Right - Starbuck 12. Free Ride - Edgar Winter Group 13. Nutbush City Limits - Ike Turner & Tina 14. One Way Or Another - Blondie 15. Motor Bikin' - Chris Spedding 16. Silver Machine - Hawkwind 17. House Of The King - Focus 18. Paradise By The Dashboard Light - Meat Loaf
CD3 01. I Get Around - Beach Boys 02. Surf City - Jan & Dean 03. Beach Baby - First Class 04. Fun Fun Fun - Beach Boys 05. Summertime Blues - Eddie Cochran 06. Little Duece Coupe - Beach Boys 07. We've Gotta Get Out Of This Place - Animals 08. Tobacco Road - Nashville Teens 09. Mustang Sally - Wilson Pickett 10. On The Road Again - Canned Heat 11. Weight - Band 12. Get Your Kicks On Route 66 - Cole, Nat 'King' 13. On Days Like These - Matt Monro 14. James Bond Theme - John Barry Seven & Orchestra 15. Witchita Lineman - Glen Campbell 16. Ventura Highway - America 17. Journey - Duncan Browne 18. By The Time I Get To Phoenix - Glen Campbell 19. Wake Up Little Susie - Everly Brothers 20. Ain't That A Shame - Fats Domino 21. Love Potion No 9 - Clovers 22. Expressway To Your Heart - Soul Survivors 23. Jenny Take A Ride - Mitch Ryder & The Detroit Wheels 24. Have Love Will Travel - Sonics 25. Long Way From LA - Canned Heat
CD4 01. Instant Karma (We All Shine On) - John Lennon & Plastic Ono Band 02. Helen Wheels - Paul McCartney & Wings 03. Hush - Deep Purple 04. 20th Century Boy - T-Rex 05. My Sharona - Knack 06. Turning Japanese - Vapors 07. White Wedding - Billy Idol 08. Bohemian Like You - Dandy Warhols 09. Fascination - Alphabeat 10. Joyride - Roxette 11. Atomic - Blondie 12. Re-Make/Re-Model - Roxy Music 13. No More Heroes - Stranglers 14. Ever Fallen In Love (With Someone You Shouldn'tve) - Buzzcocks 15. Summer Fun - Barracudas 16. Go All The Way - Raspberries 17. Ride - Vines 18. I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles) - Proclaimers 19. I Just Died In Your Arms - Cutting Crew 20. How You Remind Me - Nickelback 21. Hero - Chad Kroeger & Josey Scott
CD5 01. How To Save A Life - Fray 02. Chauffeur - Duran Duran 03. Woke Up This Morning - Alabama 3 04. You Can Leave Your Hat On - Joe Cocker 05. Bad To The Bone - George Thorogood & The Destroyers 06. Back In The Night - Dr. Feelgood 07. I'm A Man - Chicago 08. Steamy Windows - Tina Turner 09. Baby's Coming Back - Jellyfish 10. Senses Working Overtime - XTC 11. Driving Away From Home - It's Immaterial 12. Airport - Motors 13. Life Of Riley - Lightning Seeds 14. Black Horse And The Cherry Tree - Tunstall, K.T. 15. Little Green Bag - George Baker Selection 16. Queen Bitch - David Bowie 17. Make Me Smile (Come Up And See Me) - Steve Harley & Cockney Rebel 18. Spanish Stroll - Mink DeVille 19. Year Of The Cat - Al Stewart
Like the man himself, HWY: An American Pastoral is complex and mysterious. He hits the road like Kerouac, wandering, searching for meaning. Morrison's Mustang Cobra cruises the highways of a forgotten America, the unknown lurking behind every rock edifice and cactus that dots his journey. He's almost like Caine in Kung-Fu, except the Asian landscape is now America. Jim Morrison is on the spiritual warpath. To see the mind of the poet at work without his bandmates is a rare gift. Jim and The Doors are/were inseperable, but this little magna carta on freedom shows us his solitary genius and glorious madness. The soundtrack is eerie, unsettling, not quite right. But considering the artist at the heart of the film, I'm not surprised. HWY is very special. Every frame reminds the viewer that there was a man in the late 60's of immense power who dared to search for the unknown, who attempted to shake up America with words and images. He tried to tempt the gods as it were, like Loki, a man on a mission. An American Pastoral is proof.
After attracting notoriety at movie theaters around the world (along with plenty of profits) with the brutal kung-fu hit The Street Fighter, the character of Terry Tsugury (Chiba) was quickly revived for Return of the Street Fighter. This time, Tsugury is hired by Japanese mobster Otaguru (Tanaka) to kill a pair of captured employees so they cannot inform on his activities (he has teamed with the American mafia under the guise of building a martial arts center). When Otaguru orders Tsugury to kill his old friend Masoaka (Suzuki), Tsugury refuses and is forced to go on the run with. To make matters worse, Junjo (Ishibashi), Tsugury's old nemesis, has reappeared and set his sights on revenge. Tsugury takes a vicious beating from Junjo, but recovers in time to punch, kick, and gouge his way through everyone who has crossed him during the finale. Although critics considered it to be little more than a hyper-violent cartoon, Return of the Street Fighter found favor with action fans who loved the first installment and its success inspired another sequel, The Streetfighter's Last Revenge.
01. The Pusher - Steppenwolf 02. Born To Be Wild - Steppenwolf 03. The Weight - Smith 04. Wasn't Born To Follow - The Byrds 05. If You Want To Be A Bird - The Holy Modal Rounders 06. Don't Bogart Me (Don't Bogart That Joint) - Fraternity Of Man 07. If Six Was Nine - The Jimi Hendrix Experience 08. Kyrie Eleison/Mardi Gras - The Electric Prunes 09. It's Alright Ma (I'm Only Bleeding) - Roger McGuinn 10. Ballad Of Easy Rider - Roger McGuinn download
"You know I've smoked a lot of grass O' Lord, I've popped a lot of pills But I never touched nothin' That my spirit could kill You know, I've seen a lot of people walkin' 'round With tombstones in their eyes But the pusher don't care Ah, if you live or if you die"
Sin City is arguably one of the best Graphic novels ever written and made into a movie. Sin City is the title for a series of stories by Frank Miller, told in comic book form in a film noir-like style. The first story originally appeared in Dark Horse Presents comic book from April of 1991 to June of 1992, under the title of Sin City, serialized in thirteen parts. Several other stories of variable lengths have followed. All stories take place in Basin City, with frequent recurring characters and intertwining stories. A movie adaptation of Sin City, co-directed by Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller with "special guest director" Quentin Tarantino, was released on April 1, 2005. The Sin City graphic novels were reprinted with new covers and in a reduced size to coincide with the motion picture's theatrical release. Rodriguez has expressed a desire to begin filming two sequels back-to-back starting late 2006/early 2007 for release sometime in 2007 and 2008.
Alucarda, ie Sisters of Satan (1978). One of my personal favorites. Two teen girls (well, they're supposed to be teens--they really look about 30) at an ancient Mexican cave-like convent fall under the swoony possession of Satan, then begin to guzzle blood, participate in forest orgies, and terrorize their fat priest and mummylike, blood-sweating nuns. If you're a fan of the band My Life With the Thrill Kill Kult, you're probably aware of this gem, since they nicked tons of their early audio samples from it. A young girl's arrival at a convent after the death of her parents marks the beginning of a series of events that unleash an evil presence on the girl and her mysterious new friend, an enigmatic figure known as Alucarda. Demonic possession, Satan worship, and vampirism follows.