Lists and Recommendations : What films have you seen that you think no one else here has seen?

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Okay, I will stop to focus long enough to compile an actual list.

"Ladies in Retirement" (1941) Ida Lupino in a wonderful gothic mystery-thriller
"Jack and the Beanstalk" (1974) Japanese animated fairy tale
"The Horror of Party Beach" (1964) Billed as the first "horror-beach party-musical"
"Beyond the Forest" (1949) I am taking a chance with this one as it stars Bette Davis. But I just never hear anybody talk about this film. I mean I know that there are definitely people who have seen this film. You just have to go to IMDB to read the reviews, but I don't know just how many people have seen it.
"Trash" (1970)
"Nudes on the Moon" (1961)
"Let Me Die a Woman" (1977)
"The College Girl Murders" (1967) campy German mystery-thriller, fun score
"Nightkill" (1980)
"Gnaw: Food of the Gods, Part 2" (1989)
"Lemon Popsicle" (1978) Israeli boys' coming of age film. Very good.
"In a Year With 13 Moons" (1978) Again, this may not be as obscure as I sometimes think it might be, but it's one of my all-time favorites and I know not all THAT many people seem to know about it. German, Fassbinder, very heavy-going
"The Immoral Mr. Teas" (1959)
"Beneath the Valley of the Ultra Vixens" (1979)
"Women in Revolt" (1972)
"Sextette" (1978) Mae West's last movie. Bad movie, but has some fun stuff in it.

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I've seen 10 of those and three that you mentioned above this post.

I think we have similar tastes…lol

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Yes, it seems like we do.

May I ask, which ten films from my list have you seen? You've created a mystery here.

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I saw these from the ones you listed -

Jack and the Beanstalk
Trash
Nude On The Moon
Nightkill
Lemon Popsicle
In a Year With 13 Moons
The Immoral Mr. Teas
Beneath The Valley of The Ultra Vixens
Women In Revolt
Sextette

Who Killed Teddy Bear
Let's Kill Uncle
Another Day, Another Man

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That's very impressive.

I am most surprised that you have seen "Lemon Popsicle" and "Let's Kill Uncle". You have to love the shark in the swimming pool!

So, are you a fan/follower of Doris Wishman? She was eccentric, to say the least.

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Lemon Popsicle was the original version that became the American copycat version known as The Last American Virgin



There were 6 sequels…lol

#4 was also known as Private Popsicle which is very very similar to the American made, Private School, which came out a year later.

All of these are available for free online.

There are 13 Doris Wishman films available also.

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Yep, I've never seen any of these, haven't even heard of most of them.

My candidate would be Upstream Color (2013), but while a good film it is a lame choice for this list. I'm sure someone here has seen it, but there's a small chance I'm the only one.

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"Film Film Film" (1968) Russian animation. Amusing, visually fascinating and also tells a good story with virtually no dialogue.



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I have always wanted to see "A Dream of Passion" (1978), with Ellen Burstyn and Melina Mercouri. It has been one of the most difficult movies to track down, and now boom, here somebody downloaded it. So thank you to whoever! And I have got to watch it, like within 24 hours.

So, at that time, I can come back here and post "A Dream of Passion" as I would be surprised if too many people have seen it.

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That was hard to sit thru, but I made it thru it…lol

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Leonard Maltin gave it *1/2. He said Burstyn was excellent and was the best thing about the movie.

Where did you happen to see this movie?

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I bought it on VHS for a buck on Ebay a few years back.

I liked the part where Persona is explained, and Burstyn's colorful language…lol
She curses better than Linda Blair.

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I can see that. Ellen Burstyn has a great voice. There is a slight metallic sound to it.

I still have (and sometimes use) my VCR machine.

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"The Mafu Cage" (1978) w/Lee Grant and Carol Kane. Very strange movie.

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I've seen 2 different versions of that.

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"Short Eyes" (1977) Child molester goes to prison. Intense, hard to watch.

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"Can She Bake a Cherry Pie?" (1983) This movie comes off like flaky Woody Allen, but it hits all the right spots for me. I also think it's maybe Karen Black's best performance. All Karen Black completists need to see this movie! (Of course, if they haven't already!)



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Another good Karen Black movie is "The Grass is Singing" (1981) Has anybody here seen this movie?

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I've seen that a few times…the streaming version has the nudity cut but the VHS version is uncut.

I've seen the other Karen Black film above as well as almost every film she was in…lol

Owen is the oddest, it's a student made film made in the mid 70s. It's not even listed on IMDb. Karen Black plays a male in it.

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Ahhh… Another Karen Black fan has been sighted! lol

I love her. She could do anything. She could be funny, she could be mysterious, sad and she definitely could be scary. And she gave the necessary depth to all of her characters.

Did you like "Can She Bake a Cherry Pie?" I love listening to Karen's singing voice. It is a very distinct sounding voice. It's like her voice reaches for a really high pitch and then just settles there and shimmers throughout the entire song. That's kind of a weird description, but her singing voice was definitely unique.

The songs from "The Pyx" were haunting.

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I liked her mostly in Cisco Pike, Five Easy Pieces, Killing Heat/Grass Is Singing and Trilogy of Terror

She was great in the Hunger series as well.

She played a transgender well in Come Back To The Five and Dime, Jimmy Dean



I liked her character in Can She Bake a Cherry Pie?…being paranoid and thinking she was being watched, especially during the sex scene which was funny.
That was a very small-scale film, so there wasn't much to it…felt a bit like a student made film.

I liked that she took a lot of small film roles, but she blames that on Hollywood blacklisting her after Day of The Locust…she said she was treated badly by the director and Donald Sutherland and was labeled difficult to work with.

She's also quite sexy in In Praise of Older Women, Miss Right, Separate Ways, I Woke Up Early the Day I Died and Chanel Solitaire

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I love her in "Come Back to the Five and Dime". She gave an excellent performance in a different kind of role. She more than pulled it off.

I haven't seen "Day of the Locust" (only the very end), but I have read people say she was miscast.

She looked great in "In Praise of Older Women" and, especially, she was voluptuous in "Portnoy's Complaint", but I just don't care for Richard Benjamin.

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The Music of Chance (1993)
Sue Lost in Manhattan (1997)

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"Rectuma" (2003) It was too bad to be Godawful. "Killer Bong" was better than this. But somehow my friend thought it was hilarious.

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Lol

Left filmboards, took a shart, now I'm back

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Re: What films have you seen that you think no one else here has seen?

Stoker (2013).
2001 Maniacs (2005).
Jack Brooks: Monster Slayer (2007).
Python (2000).

Hark! Harold the angel sings.

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Whipped (2000)
Don's Plum (1995)
Celebrity Sex Tape (2012)

We don't talk about Bruno! No, no, no!
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