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Is that The Iron Rose? I've seen so many Rollin movies it's hard to keep the titles straight.
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Is that The Iron Rose? I've seen so many Rollin movies it's hard to keep the titles straight.
It is! I'd never seen one of his films before and so thought it might be extra obscure. It's a mental thing.

Mostly he did atmospheric, erotic vampire films, right? This one is not really horror, more of an art film.

The scary clown has only one scene. Just a guy on his way to work, placing flowers at the cemetery.

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You think YOU'RE lost? I'm completely confused.
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Mostly he did atmospheric, erotic vampire films, right? This one is not really horror, more of an art film.
Right. I have yet to see one of his horror films that I would call scary but they do have a certain style that I like.
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You think YOU'RE lost? I'm completely confused.
I think the challenge is the short film Raimi made in college that he based The Evil Dead on. I know the name of that film but I don't know what Sam's age was or the year he made it.
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* Challenge:

www.youtube.com/watch?v=U50L32GYOys

For one point:

1) Name not only the movie he's talking about, but 2) also the year it was filmed, and 3) how old exactly he was when he directed it.
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Nothing confusing...3 simple questions with 3 simple answers.

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I think the challenge is the short film Raimi made in college that he based The Evil Dead on. I know the name of that film but I don't know what Sam's age was or the year he made it.
The first quote above is very clear.

* Right now you might not know the exact answers to the 3 very clear questions; so it's normal to feel a little confused.
And when all is revealed...you'll be much less confused...and someone here might guess it right.
It's a gentlemen game...and research is not allowed in the first 48 hours...

This is Bill's thread...and the first post is clear...and the degree of flexibility is in his hands...he's the one who gives points.
Don't judge too quick...before the answers come.

The video gives good clues, the 3 questions are clear, but knowledge is also needed...and guessing can bring you luck. ...Try, or be patient...till 7:29 PM this evening...when searching will be allowed...and the research you'll be doing will bring you to several places where you will learn some more...with confusing writings @ time...and amid all of this the 3 questions from this contest remain clear and 3 simple and clear answers are all what it takes.

Again, if the first quote above is not valid...I have no problem...this is not my thread...it's everyone's thread with the rules of the game.
And the extent of flexibility/variation in the rules...is Bill's main decision. But don't let confusion take over before the end results. ...Then you'll decide if it was a fair challenge, or not.

Hey, I just thought of a new challenge and I simply posted it...it has a slight variation to it...nothing confusing...you'll soon find out.

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♦ I'm working on a new challenge right now; I already have the movie title in mind...I just have to find a screenshot that is tough to guess...even for the toughest of the toughest hardcore cinema aficionados. ...Stay tuned...coming up to a theater near you.

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Where I'm confused is that at first you said I was correct. Then you changed your mind. Then I gave a more detailed response. Then you went on about how research is not allowed. At first I went by what Sam said in the video. He should know how old he was, right? Then I researched his birthday. Beyond that, I researched nothing.
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Maybe things would have been less confusing if you posted a screenshot from the actual film in question.
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* EXtra:
www.youtube.com/watch?v=U50L32GYOys

For one point:

Name not only the movie he's talking about, but also the year it was filmed, and, how old exactly he was when he directed it.
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Nothing confusing...3 simple questions with 3 simple answers.
The first quote above is very clear.

* Right now you might not know the exact answers to the 3 very clear questions; so it's normal to feel a little confused.
And when all is revealed...you'll be much less confused...and someone here might guess it right.
It's a gentlemen game...and research is not allowed in the first 48 hours...
OK, I'm going to guess.

1. The movie he's talking about is Within The Woods.

2. He was still in college so I'll guess it was filmed in 1976.

3. He said in the video he was 20 or 21 at the time so I'm going with 20.
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It is! I'd never seen one of his films before and so thought it might be extra obscure. It's a mental thing.

Mostly he did atmospheric, erotic vampire films, right? This one is not really horror, more of an art film.

The scary clown has only one scene. Just a guy on his way to work, placing flowers at the cemetery.

Review: The Iron Rose (1973).

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Figures. Typical clown! They're always doing something creepy like that. I hate 'em!


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OK, I'm going to guess.

1. The movie he's talking about is Within The Woods.

2. He was still in college so I'll guess it was filmed in 1976.

3. He said in the video he was 20 or 21 at the time so I'm going with 20.
No. /// But research is allowed now.

The answer to question 1 is: 'The Evil Dead' ... no doubt about that, and Kilgore was right. ...The video is very clear on that.

Question 2 ... the answer you have to look for...and now you are allowed to...again, read question two; "The year it was filmed?"
{You have to search deeper for that one, and when you find the answer it will automatically give you the answer to question number 3.}

Question 3: How old Sam Raimi was when he directed 'The Evil Dead'?

<<<♦>>> CLUE: When you know the time when filming started and ended, you'll know the year and Sam's age @ that time.
And good luck...you might need it.
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Where I'm confused is that at first you said I was correct. Then you changed your mind. Then I gave a more detailed response. Then you went on about how research is not allowed. At first I went by what Sam said in the video. He should know how old he was, right? Then I researched his birthday. Beyond that, I researched nothing.
Yes, and I said I was sorry for that. I did not change my mind, I looked further on the internet and found out other links...better links that change with better details on when 'The Evil Dead' was filmed, which year...it started to be filmed...directed by a young Sam Raimi.

The video is not clear...those guys look stoned when the interview was performed. And Sam didn't know how old he was, he had to ask Bob, and then Sam wasn't still sure...20, 21.
Research is never allowed in the first 48 hours...unless a second clue is given. If you looked @ his birthday then you "looked" (research).
Besides, reread your post...the one with the "more detailed response" ...it's not easy to know when exactly filming started, and ended.
And that, is the time when Sam directed 'The Evil Dead' and its age.

Kilgore, the challenge is still not resolved, and you can do all the research you want now...and when certain, give us the answers to questions number 2 and 3. ...And give us the most informative links on the subject...but be vigilant because some links are ambiguous. ...And I made that mistake, and when you gave your first three answers I thought you were right...until I found out more. So I had to retract, ...now everyone can search...and the contest is still open...unresolved.

And again, sorry about that...I did get trapped myself...from my own challenge.

1. 'The Evil Dead'
2. Year filmed?
3. Sam's age when it was filmed, when he directed it?

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This is a ridiculous challenge. It is virtually impossible to guess the answer unless you either A) research or B) are a Sam Raimi biographer/devotee/stalker.

From what I've found, principal photography started on November 14. 1979. Filming stopped on January 23, 1980, but further filming was within the next year. When exactly was the remaining footage shot within that year? I haven't the foggiest.

So:

1. The Evil Dead
2. 1979-1980
3. 20

This is my last attempt. After this, I really don't give a rat's ass what the answer is. I don't have Sam Raimi's phone number so I can't call and ask him.
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I'm sorry, this Sam Raimi Trivial Pursuit pie slice maze is still open? I lost interest in it several days ago. Enough already. The thread is "Name the movie," not "How many grips did it take to set up an Italian producers mechanical monster that only appeared on screen in two takes, and what was the weather like on that day of filming?"
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Name that movie:

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I'll guess Love and Mercy but I suspect that's wrong.

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This is a ridiculous challenge. It is virtually impossible to guess the answer unless you either A) research or B) are a Sam Raimi biographer/devotee/stalker.

From what I've found, principal photography started on November 14. 1979. Filming stopped on January 23, 1980, but further filming was within the next year. When exactly was the remaining footage shot within that year? I haven't the foggiest.

So:

1. The Evil Dead
2. 1979-1980
3. 20

This is my last attempt. After this, I really don't give a rat's ass what the answer is. I don't have Sam Raimi's phone number so I can't call and ask him.
You got it now...and I would have accepted 1979 by itself.
And it would have been possible for someone to have guessed it...and without knowing the exact details: The Evil Dead, 1979 and 20.

Now the point is deservedly yours...and we can finally put this one to rest and go to the next.
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Ok, a different one. Name that movie:



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The Ongoing &quot;Name That Movie&quot; Contest

This is a moment in a underrated movie that had me laughing right off my sofa.

Name the movie.

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Is that Jeremy Davies in CQ?

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Ok, a different one. Name that movie:

Looks like Catherine Zeta-Jones in Chicago, but surely you wouldn't make a quiz that easy?

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Looks like Catherine Zeta-Jones in Chicago, but surely you wouldn't make a quiz that easy?
I might just to deploy the old double bluff, but no, not this time.

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Is that Jeremy Davies in CQ?
Well spotted!

CQ (2001) got almost no theatrical release but lives on DVD. A mild-mannered, somewhat goofy spoof on 1960s trashy Euro film-making. I was thinking Barbarella but the commentary track specifies Mario Bava's Danger: Diabolik as a prime influence, which I haven't seen. In fact, they cite homages to many titles I've never heard of.

That's young Jeremy Davies in the original image, with Angela Lindvall, a model with a brief filmography. It's the sort of character she's playing, so it more or less works.

Also with Jason Schwartzman, Giancarlo Giannini, Gérard Depardieu, Dean Stockwell and Billy Zane.

I'd call it "amusing, but not essential". Those who are obsessed with French and Italian film of the 1960s might like it better.





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This is a moment in a underrated movie that had me laughing right off my sofa.

Name the movie.

Zatoichi vs. Yojimbo? I haven't made it that far in my box set yet...
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CQ (2001) got almost no theatrical release but lives on DVD.
I don't know if it's still there, but Netflix streaming used to offer it in high-definition.

The DVD also includes a cobbled-together version of the movie-within-the-movie "Codename: Dragonfly" in the supplement section. It's basically just all the footage seen in the film strung together in order, but it's still fun to watch.

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