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November 24, 2010


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From the director of BATTLE ROYALE and part of TORA TORA TORA! That's always seemed strange to me.

Phil Freeman

This movie used to come on Channel 5 in the afternoons on a fairly regular basis. I remember watching it after school with my brother. Not even slightly scary, even to elementary school kids, but kinda awesome.


It's good to see such 'lowly' Warner Archive DVDs (also 'Brewster McCloud') sporting quality picture transfers. Even Gary Tooze, as smitten with Blu-ray as he is, has been impressed with this (and others).


Greatest 60's Green Slime Film Ever.


"Greatest 60's Green Slime Film Ever."

Let's not go nuts.

The Siren

So why do we both have Sir Walter Scott on the brain this week?

Glenn Kenny

@ The Siren: I don't know, but it's a safe bet Mark Twain WOULD NOT approve.


Is there a greater 60's green slime film I missed?

And did they have the bossest monster movie theme ever? (btw, THE BLOB was red slime)


GREEN SLIME has one of the all-time awesome one-sheets:


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