Mittwoch, 6. Juni 2007

Robocop Re - Up

As I Promise.
Here´s The First Re - Up:
Ladies And Gentleman.....

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The Lost Boys (1987)

The Lost Boys is a 1987 American horror film about young Californians who must fight a gang of teenage vampires. It stars Jason Patric, Corey Haim, and Kiefer Sutherland, and co-stars Jami Gertz, Corey Feldman, Dianne Wiest, Edward Herrmann, Alex Winter, and Barnard Hughes. It was directed by Joel Schumacher.

The film's title is derived from Peter Pan by J. M. Barrie.

A divorced mother, Lucy Emerson (Dianne West), and her two teenage sons Michael (Jason Patric) and Sam (Corey Haim) move to live with the mother's father in the small California town of Santa Carla (based loosely on the city of Santa Cruz, California), plagued by problems with a motorcycle gang and unexplained disappearances.

The older boy, Michael, is eventually drawn into the motorcycle gang because he feels attracted to the group's girl, Star (Jami Gertz), and because he doesn't want to look less than their charismatic leader, David (Kiefer Sutherland). After a sort of informal initiation ceremony with the gang involving dangerous activities such as motorcycle racing through the fog, Michael begins to hang out with them until he is made to drink blood in the guise of wine. (They had also made him eat rice which they made him believe was maggots). Soon afterwards, he starts showing the symptoms of vampirism. He sleeps all day and starts hanging out with them all night, which lasts until they drive him to a real hunt and show him that he must kill in order to survive.

This makes Michael react. With the help of Star (Jami Gertz), Laddie (a vampire child), and his brother Sam who in the meantime has joined up with two relatively inept vampire hunters Edgar (Corey Feldman) and Alan Frog (Jamison Newlander), he sets out to shake off the curse by finding and killing the head vampire. This proves more difficult than it seems, as it is not evident who the leader is.

Sam and the Frog Brothers try to prove that Lucy's boyfriend Max (Edward Herrmann) is the leader of the vampire gang, but their tests fail. Towards the end of the movie, it turns out Max is the leader. Their vampire tests didn't work because Michael had invited Max into the house ("Don't ever invite a vampire into your house, you silly boy," Max said to Sam at the end of the movie. "It renders you powerless.")

The boys battle the vampires, killing all of them except Max. As Max is about to bite into Lucy's neck, Grandpa drives his jeep through the wall of the house and sends a fence post through Max's heart. Grandpa casually gets one of his root beers from the refridgerator and remarks, "One thing about living in Santa Carla I never could stomach... all the damn vampires", indicating he has known much more about the paranormal activities in the area than anyone suspected.


1. INXS and Jimmy Barnes - GOOD TIMES (03:49)
written by Georges Young and Henry Vanda
2. Lou Gramm - LOST IN THE SHADOWS (THE LOST BOYS) (06:17)
written by Lou Gramm
3. Roger Daltrey - DON'T LET THE SUN GO DOWN ON ME (06:09)
Written by Elton Jones and Bernie Taupin
4. INXS and Jimmy Barnes - LAYING DOWN THE LAW (04:24)
written by Michael Hutchence, Andrew Farriss, Jon Farriss, Kirk Pengilly, Garry Gary and Jimmy Barnes
5. Echo and the Bunnymen - PEOPLE ARE STRANGE (03:36)
written by The Doors
6. Gerard McMann - CRY LITTLE SISTER (Theme from The Lost Boys) (04:03)
written by Michael Mainieri and Gerard McMann
7. Eddie and The Tide - POWER PLAY (03:57)
written by Brian A. Robertson and Phil Pickett
8. Tim Cappello - I STILL BELIEVE (03:42)
written by Michael Been end James Goodwin
9. Mummy Calls - BEAUTY HAS HER WAY (03:56)
written by David Banks and Paul Brook
10. Thomas Newman - THE SHOCK OF MISS LOUISE (01:21)
written by Thomas Newman

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psycho III (1986)

Psycho III is a 1986 sequel to Psycho & Psycho II. The film stars Anthony Perkins (who also directed the film), Diana Scarwid, Jeff Fahey and Roberta Maxwell. The screenplay is written by Charles Edward Pogue. The original music score is composed by Carter Burwell. The film is marketed with the tagline "Norman Bates is back to normal. But Mother's off her rocker again!"

The film starts off with Maureen Coyle (Diana Scarwid), a mentally unstable young nun, is on top of a bell tower about to commit suicide, one of the nuns try to gets her to come down, but the nun gets pushed off and dies. Another nun tells Maureen that she will burn in hell, she is forced to leave the abbey after this ordeal.

Norman Bates (Anthony Perkins) is still manning the desk at the Bates Motel, where he now has an assistant, Duane Duke (Jeff Fahey), a sleazy young musician desperate for money. Maureen, now the new long-term tenant, has been seeing Duane and has some issues to resolve in her life; she gave up her vows as a nun only days before, and she isn't sure just how she feels about either spiritual or earthly matters.

Maureen finds herself at the diner, where Norman is a short order cook since his release from the asylum. Norman takes an interest in Maureen because she strongly resembles Marion Crane -- the girl he murdered in the shower 22 years earlier. Her initials, "M.C.", are also the same as those of Marion Crane. Meanwhile, Norman is still keeping the dressed corpse of the killer, Mrs. Emma Spool, in his old Victorian mansion behind the Bates Motel on the hill.

Director and star, Anthony Perkins, clearly made an effort to make Psycho III in a style reminiscent of Alfred Hitchcock's original classic: its style is rooted in Psycho, not Psycho II.

For instance: During a conversation between Maureen and Norman in the motel's office, Maureen expresses her concern that she may have "gone a little mad" when she left the nunnery. Norman, echoing himself from Psycho, replies: "We all go a little mad sometimes."

After this conversation, Maureen decides to take a bath. But what we see is not Marion Crane's joyful cleansing in the shower, but the surrender of an acutely dispirited woman. When "Mother" opens the curtains, she sees not a hardy woman in a shower, but, rather, a broken woman in a bathtub. She is committing suicide by slitting her wrists with a razorblade.

Maureen looks up at Mother and Mother, weakened, lowers the knife. Maureen, then, sees not a blade, but a shimmering crucifix. What Maureen was staring at was not Norman's mother coming to kill her, but Mother Mary coming to save her. Norman "returns" and gets Maureen to the local hospital to save her life. After she is released, he invites her to stay back at the motel and they began a romantic relationship.

One day, Tracy Venable (Roberta Maxwell), a nosey journalist, is writing an article about serial killers being put back on the streets. She comes to seek Norman and ask questions about his past and "Mother". Norman becomes defensive of the reporter and tells her to leave. But Tracy is trying too hard to prove that Norman is beginning a series of murders once again.


1. Scream Of Love (03:47)
Theme Song from Psycho III - Written by Carter Burwell, Steve Bray & David Sanborn
2. Maureen In The Desert (01:56)
Written by Carter Burwell
3. Dirty Street (03:37)
Written by Carter Burwell, Steve Bray & Stanton-Miranda
4. Before And After Shower (03:36)
Written by Carter Burwell
5. Warm As A Cry For Help (02:20)
Written by Carter Burwell
6. Sisters / Catherine Mary (04:13)
Written by Carter Burwell, Steve Bray & Stanton-Miranda
7. Mother ? (02:45)
Written by Carter Burwell
8. Bad Boys And Body Bags (03:53)
Written by Carter Burwell
9. Revenge Of A Thankless Child (02:47)
Written by Carter Burwell
10. Electroshock Waiting Room (01:45)
Written by Carter Burwell

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