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Desc:Long lost 22 min. short film that opened for Emprie Strikes Back
Category:Classic Movies, Arts
Tags:lost footage, Black Angel, Roger Christian
Submitted:CrimsonHyperSloth
Date:05/16/15
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Comment count is 15
dairyqueenlatifah - 2015-05-16
The title on Poetv is Dark Angel, but the video says it's called Black Angel.

Which is it?
CrimsonHyperSloth - 2015-05-16
I's Black Angel, it's named wrong because I'm a dyslexic idiot. Will correct.

Simillion - 2015-05-16
That is easily the shittiest fight scene ever at 21-23minutes
badideasinaction - 2015-05-16
He was honing his directorial skills for his magnum opus Battlefield Earth.

Xenocide - 2015-05-16
I came here expecting to watch 22 Short Films About the Empire Strikes Back. Now I'm really upset that I'll never get to see Vader serve the Emperor some Steamed Hams.
CrimsonHyperSloth - 2015-05-16
22 minute... God damn. I bombed this submission.

Sputum - 2015-05-16
Pretty awesome.
Mr. Purple Cat Esq. - 2015-05-16
Fantastic looking film. The remastering job they did is great! Apart from that is pretty harmless, though I totally enjoyed it just for the lovely visuals. Good job that guy for doing it with a small budget and so on.
Scrotum H. Vainglorious - 2015-05-16
Nowadays you get to set through commercials and fucking previews for TNT.
Nikon - 2015-05-16
What irritates me is that the movie starts 15 minutes(!) past the time it was supposed to. This is infuriating if I took the time to see a longer (3 hours or more) film. Get all the commercials off the screen and start the damn movie!

hammsangwich - 2015-05-16
I saw a movie in Australia in 1999. They had several minutes of commercials which really pissed me off because they hadn't started that shit in the U.S. yet.

infinite zest - 2015-05-16
The worst part is usually when I'm going to movies I'm on the clock, so I have to go by something. Before I take us out on an outing I call the theatre, and specifically ask how long the feature IS, with commercials, trailers.. everything from beginning to end. Somebody at the fucking theatre should know that.

Binro the Heretic - 2015-05-17
They knew people were going into the theater right before the movie started with the specific purpose of avoiding the commercials & trailers, so now they start the commercials & trailers when the movie is supposed to start to make sure people see them.

It's the same logic behind unskippable trailers on video discs. I hope the assholes who came up with these ideas and the people who endorsed them have a special place in Hell.

infinite zest - 2015-05-17
When I did projection work for Landmark Theatres, there was almost no commercial presence. Just a 15 second commercial for Stella Artois and then the previews started. And that's Mark Cuban's company, probably the second name you think of next to Donald Trump when you think of famous, outspoken billionaires. Landmark was actually one of the first things he started, with the idea of restoring old movie theatres instead of building big boxes in the middle of malls, and getting away from commercialization. I never met the guy, but for a man who could buy and sell God, he's got his head on pretty straight.

StanleyPain - 2015-05-17
In fairness to Roger Christian, yes he made Battlefield Earth, but he's made some good movies and he has a great visual sense. He also made Lorca and the Outlaws (Starship in North America) which, despite it's cheesiness, is one of my favorite sci-fi movies, visually.
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