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what's the betting this is another example of me going "Hurrr, I'm so
obscure and l33t" and then everyone else will be like "LOL n00b everyone
knows this film"
10th Sep 2007, 12:26  

taniwha says:

Russ Meyer?

10th Sep 2007, 12:36

nige says:

La Sorella di Satana.

smash it.

10th Sep 2007, 12:43

nige says:

(The She Beast).

10th Sep 2007, 12:43

Rich says:

no. There might be smidgens of radiative heat detectable from your position though.

10th Sep 2007, 12:45

nige says:

bugger. thought i had it.

10th Sep 2007, 12:48

Rich says:

pah, youth today, when I was your age.... Er, yeah, I was a pretty tragic geek...

10th Sep 2007, 12:51

frog51 says:

Heh - I remember watching this a couple of weeks ago on t'goggle box. Is it just me or was that far too much red sauce...?

10th Sep 2007, 13:04

Rich says:

Altogether far too much red sauce.

Yeah, I've been loving the late night movies on BBC2.

10th Sep 2007, 13:05

nige says:

don't feck with Ian Ogilvy's quiff.

10th Sep 2007, 13:07

Rich says:

Oh come on, you're all being terribly polite but it's obvious that at least one of you knows the answer. Sort it ahhht.

10th Sep 2007, 13:46

Rich says:

you almost certainly had electronic help to get that answer given your previous comment, but yes, you are right. A bonus round winner is you!

I'd say we could probably extend this bonus round gaiden to another match, while Hildegard does that work thing.

10th Sep 2007, 13:54

swamprose says:

go sheep.

this is incredible.. I go off to a film festival in Toronto, and there's one on the blog too.
with bonus rounds yet.

and maybe better films.

10th Sep 2007, 14:34

Rich says:

No maybe about it. We are all world-class cineastes. Although we can't lay claim to the world premiere of Moose 2: The Moosening.

10th Sep 2007, 15:43

Alfie says:

Forget Moose 2, It's all about Black Sheep :D

10th Sep 2007, 15:54

swamprose says:

right you are. the blog has it all. world class.

but Moose 2: the Moosening was incredible, especially the zombie moosening part. you have to see it.

10th Sep 2007, 23:28

kikuchan says:

I love this movie, but I love Witchfinder General more. Michael Reeves was cool, if tragic. I'm sure I also had a crush on the (young) Ian Ogilvy for a while as well. Top marks Rich.

12th Sep 2007, 15:15

Rich says:

The best thing about Witchfinder General, especially for those of us lucky enough to live in Norfolk, is the fact that it's set here (more Suffolk, of course, but nothing's perfect). Still, looocal names abound and it all becomes a lot funnier.

And stranger. It's up there with The Wicker Man, in my book.

12th Sep 2007, 15:27

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