The phrase is bona fide (Latin for "in good faith").I've been reading some of the comments posted over the last few days.I haven't gone the full distance yet of purchasing a movie that I can burn onto a DVD, but the stuff I have rented for viewing on my computer has been top notch.Back in August, when I rented my first Red Feline movie, I had to get some technical support to help me to use the Flick Rocket system.With the latest feedback regarding Attackers, I think it's beyond dispute that Japanese films have indeed gone from GIMP to limp.Yik Yakker: Just my 2 cents- I saw a borrowed copy of Mark of the Whip.
I thought I should mention that Paingate isn't a US company.Yik Yakker: Speaking of trashy Euro films: having tasted some giallo (New York Ripper) I've got my eye on another old sleazefest, Strip Nude for Your Killer.Now, it's clear from reviews I've read that there are at least five females who die in their birthday suits. I see that the remake of "Mother's Day" is in post-production, with Rebecca De Mornay in the title role.What is not clear is whether the scenes involve prime GIMPage. I've only seen two of the deaths and they are nude (it would be annoying and stupid if they weren't! Even though it is interesting that the Charles Kaufman is listed as a scriptwriter on the new one, I plan to spend the time between now and release keeping my expectations low.
Afternoon All Ralphus, Brutus, A Canadian - when I viewed these latest Japanese efforts I came to the horrific conclusion that Attackers has been the victim of a hostile takeover by the members of Code Pink - one decent view out of the bunch - caveat emptor my fellow perverts.-------------- Here's a question for the holidays: If you could ask Santa to bring you one GIMPworthy dvd, what would it be?