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Desc:SKELETONS! SNAKES! EXPLOSIONS! 3D!
Category:Classic Movies, Accidents & Explosions
Tags:Italy, Skeleton, heist, skeleton week, Ferdinando Baldi
Submitted:Architeuthis Tux
Date:06/03/13
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SteamPoweredKleenex
Hmm... movie released in 1983...

"You've seen Aliens."

How did he know I was a time traveler and had been to 1986 to see that film?
StanleyPain
I love this movie. I adored it as a kid, and hadn't seen in something like 15 years easily until I watched it on YouTube recently (not sure if it's still on there). It's just a crazy as shit Italian-style adventure/stunt/horror movie. It makes very little sense, but damn if it isn't good fun with a fantastic opening and ending sequence. It was originally in 3D (the first film to feature an anaglyph process that could be watched without glasses if you didn't care about the 3D, though it gave the film a weird, dark tint and slight blur) which is why it's filled to the brim with things going into the camera. There's a long backstory about the film being made by the main actor as a kind of vanity project since he loved doing crazy stuntwork I read about in Psychotronic years back, but whatever. It's a great movie.... In fact, I'm gonna submit the whole thing....
Jet Bin Fever
This film is fucking great. Oh, and the main character is named "J.T. Striker."
gravelstudios
I got all the way to the title card before I realized it wasn't 'Treasure of the Four Clowns'.
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