Thread: Horror-themed Fight Films
10/18/2010 11:21am, #41
He chooses on the best and the brightest and always ensures an entertaining showing. Honing each second of celluloid with a mise en scene worthy of the masters of days gone by. Beautiful to look at yet deadly to hold. Never a wasted moment or an unworthy cell.
Boll is a ham-n-egger like Bruce The Mouse Strauss. taking on all comers with with a fistful of cash. Anywhere, anytime. You think he is putting out too much product? Well, just lemme change a name and release three more cinematic masterpieces......as long as the check will clear, you got a film.
10/18/2010 11:23am, #42
Vince- For some reason whenever I see what you type and how you type it, I only see this....
Spoiler:I feel like you eye-bawlin' me, dawg!
10/18/2010 11:25am, #43
10/18/2010 11:32am, #44
I have always respected guys with a high work rate...and as far as I can tell, 85% of the German economy revolves around Uwe Boll making at least 70 films a year. Which is a nice change since that segment used to revolve around annexing neighboring countries and starting World Wars.
Clark Gable? I'll take that as a compliment. Old School Rules, after all.
10/18/2010 11:41am, #45
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Damn it, Conde.
What film did you pick?! TELL US.
10/18/2010 11:54am, #46
debating between dead alive (aka brain dead) and versus. maybe brotherhood of the wolf since everyone seems to have something to say about it, but i have to wait for my *ahem* copy to come in.
there's this awesome film i wanted to do called "vampiyaz," but i can't find a full copy anywhere.
whoops, the film i was talking about is actually called "vampire assassin."
YouTube - Vampire Assassin
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10/18/2010 12:14pm, #47
Italy makes some good horror movies, but not so much with the fighting.
10/18/2010 12:19pm, #48
10/19/2010 3:19am, #49
10/19/2010 3:37am, #50
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[QUOTE=Vince Tortelli;2455396]I thought the French Sherlock Holmes was Hercule Poirot?
Ridiculously trivial but Poirot is Belgian not French.