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IN DEFENCE OF: Nightmare City (1980)
 
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Running zombies make their debut and conquer the city and beyond in this trashy Italian entry.
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IN DEFENCE OF: Scarecrows (1988)
 
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This ever-present fixture of the VHS rental era sees a band of geared up mercenaries face off against sentient scarecrows.
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IN DEFENCE OF: Hardware (1990)
 
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Visually slick and heavily thematic killer robot flick from notable director Richard Stanley that takes considerable influence from the best science fiction, horror and action of the previous decade-and-a-bit. TWITTER: https://twitter.com/InDefenceOfYT
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IN DEFENCE OF: Magic (1978)
 
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What happens when some of the greatest filmmakers in the world unite, not to make a heady drama or lavish epic... but a killer puppet movie? Magic. TWITTER: https://twitter.com/InDefenceOfYT
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IN DEFENCE OF: Manhunter (1986)
 
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For my fortieth and final episode I'm covering one of my favourite films of all time. Thank you for your support over the last 18 months! TWITTER: https://twitter.com/InDefenceOfYT
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IN DEFENCE OF: Full Contact (1992)
 
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A lesser known heroic bloodshed movie that sacrifices the weighty brotherhood themes to indulge in the more exploitative side of action.
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IN DEFENCE OF: Nemesis (1992)
 
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Olivier Gruner, Belgium's third most popular martial arts star, sweats his way through this cyborg actioner that actually saw a theatrical release as well as three sequels.
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IN DEFENCE OF: Hideous! (1997)
 
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Ever watch Total Recall and wonder what else Benny appeared in? The answer is: Hideous, a 1997 comedy horror about mutated babies. This time he really does have four kids to feed.
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IN DEFENCE OF: Tales From The Darkside: The Movie (1990)
 
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This TV adaptation from the twilight of the anthology movie's popularity is remarkably well made by a cast and crew of serious talent. More importantly: it's got a gargoyle. TWITTER: https://twitter.com/InDefenceOfYT
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IN DEFENCE OF: Batman: The Movie (1966)
 
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Holy obvious reference, Batman! Everyone knows the wild and wacky 1960s Batman TV but the movie it spawned is lesser known despite being the source of the most famous West & Ward Bat-moments. TWITTER: https://twitter.com/InDefenceOfYT
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IN DEFENCE OF: Dolls (1987)
 
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Be nice, or old people will turn you into dolls. That's the lesson in this minor horror classic from the filmmakers behind Re-Animator and From Beyond.
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IN DEFENCE OF: Slave Girls From Beyond Infinity (1987)
 
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TL;DW: boobs and robots. TWITTER: https://twitter.com/InDefenceOfYT
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IN DEFENCE OF: Contamination (1980)
 
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How do you like your eggs? Scrambled? Poached? How about exploding with green acid, causing your torso to violently eject your insides? This Italian knock-off delivers the latter in big gooey spades.
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IN DEFENCE OF: Mission of Justice (1992)
 
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VHS hero Jeff Wincott - remember the name - takes down a shady vigilante-dojo from the inside. Features the sort-of-famous-but-not-really Gauntlet scene!
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IN DEFENCE OF: Double Jeopardy/Olivia/Prozzie (1983)
 
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Anyone familiar with Ulli Lommel likely knows him as a purveyor of shot-on-video serial killer trash. His early work couldn't be more different, including this wonderful Transatlantic oddity. TWITTER: https://twitter.com/InDefenceOfYT
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IN DEFENCE OF: 2019 After the Fall of New York (1983)
 
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The channel is one year old! I'm celebrating with Sopkiw & co's Escape From New York knock-off that isn't really an Escape From New York knock-off. Please let me know the origins of radioactive mutant people! TWITTER: https://twitter.com/InDefenceOfYT
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IN DEFENCE OF: Dr Alien (1989)
 
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An utterly charming budget sci-fi teen sex comedy from prolific director David DeCoteau.
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IN DEFENCE OF: Road House (1989)
 
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Road House is silly over-the-top fun, but only if you want it to be. Gaze into the Road House, and the Road House gazes into you. TWITTER: https://twitter.com/InDefenceOfYT
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IN DEFENCE OF: House III: The Horror Show (1989)
 
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House III is about an undead child murderer who targets a young family. That would be fine, except the first two House movies are basically spooky haunted house pictures for kids.
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IN DEFENCE OF: Spasmo (1974)
 
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I mean, it's a film called "Spasmo". It has to be good. TWITTER: https://twitter.com/InDefenceOfYT
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IN DEFENCE OF: Death Ring (1992)
 
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Chuck Norris. Patrick Swayze. Steve McQueen. None of them are here, but they sent their children and siblings to star in this 1992 by-the-book DTV action entry.
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IN DEFENCE OF: Hell Comes To Frogtown (1987)
 
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Many people have heard the title of this post-apocalyptic comedy, but less have actually seen it. Here's why it's worth your time.
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IN DEFENCE OF: The House on the Edge of the Park (1980)
 
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Vicious, mean-spirited video nasty in the mold of Last House on the Left with far more to say than the BBFC's banned list would suggest. TWITTER: https://twitter.com/InDefenceOfYT
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IN DEFENCE OF: The Hard Way (1991)
 
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The only people who have seen The Hard Way that I know are the ones I've shown it to. That's too bad because it's a fantastic action comedy deserving of far greater attention. TWITTER: https://twitter.com/InDefenceOfYT
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IN DEFENCE OF: Bad Channels (1992)
 
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A quirky early-90s love letter to cheap sci-fi and MTV. Not a love letter to good acting or cohesive plots though. TWITTER: https://twitter.com/InDefenceOfYT
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IN DEFENCE OF: Deadly Bet (1992)
 
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An early PM Entertainment love letter to Vegas and all of its temptations. More importantly: Jeff Wincott AND Gary Daniels! I used a different audio setup for this video. If it sucks, lemme know. An oral history of PM Entertainment: https://goo.gl/uzRAAL TWITTER: https://twitter.com/InDefenceOfYT
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IN DEFENCE OF: Hellraiser III: Hell on Earth (1992)
 
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Does the third contribution to the sadomasochist-friendly franchise warrant being lumped in with the lacklustre later sequels? Or does it hearken back to the heralded earlier entries? TWITTER: https://twitter.com/InDefenceOfYT
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IN DEFENCE OF: Blast (1997)
 
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Blast is not a particularly good film. So why do I like it? It has more to do with a random set of events from my past than any of Blast's redeeming features.
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IN DEFENCE OF: Blastfighter (1984)
 
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How an obscure Italian ripoff made me fall in love with movies again.
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IN DEFENCE OF: Child's Play 2 (1990)
 
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Probably the most famous movie I've reviewed so far, the first Chucky sequel is one of my favourite films of all time. No, I'm not joking.
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IN DEFENCE OF: Friday the 13th Part V: A New Beginning (1985)
 
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Ooh-ooh baby, ooh baby! Paramount's attempt to take the iconic slasher series in a new direction wasn't well received at the time and is disliked by Jason devotees to this day, but don't discount the film entirely. TWITTER: https://twitter.com/InDefenceOfYT
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IN DEFENCE OF: Stop! Or My Mom Will Shoot (1992)
 
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You'll only ever hear about how bad this is. Let me tell you why I own it on DVD and have watched it plenty of times.
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IN DEFENCE OF: Riot (1996)
 
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Gary Daniels, lord of weird accents and kicker of all things, returns in this not-a-sequel to Rage from DTV maestros PM Entertainment.
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IN DEFENCE OF: Rage (1995)
 
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A superhuman Gary Daniels goes on the run in LA in this 90s action movie from genre factory PM Entertainment.
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IN DEFENCE OF: Showdown In Little Tokyo (1991)
 
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Dolph Lundgren and the late Brandon Lee star in this buddy cop action entry that may actually be dripping with subtext.
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IN DEFENCE OF: Last Man Standing (1995)
 
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What happens when PM Entertainment tone down the bizarre stuff while keeping the action excessive? Possibly their best movie. Number of times I mention the Bruce Willis movie of the same name from around the same time during this review: 0. TWITTER: https://twitter.com/InDefenceOfYT FIST OF B-LIST: http://www.fistofblist.com/ COMEUPPANCE REVIEWS: http://www.comeuppancereviews.net/ THE ACTION ELITE: http://theactionelite.com/
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IN DEFENCE OF: Police Academy 4: Citizens on Patrol (1987)
 
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Simple humour, one-note characters and a brisk pace are the hallmarks of the Police Academy franchise. This fourth entry is the last time the formula works to its strengths before franchise regulars jump ship. TWITTER: https://twitter.com/InDefenceOfYT
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IN DEFENCE OF: Halloween 4 (1988)
 
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I had to do a Halloween episode at this time of year, right? This beefed-up sequel takes its cues from the John Carpenter original and adds a portion of action, guns and explosions.
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IN DEFENCE OF: Phantasm II (1988)
 
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The slickest entry in the Phantasm franchise, Phantasm II's imagination sticks out from its peers despite being released in the heyday of creativity-fuelled no-holds-barred horror.
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IN DEFENCE OF: Expect No Mercy (1995)
 
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Combining virtual reality with martial arts is a gateway to the hitman industry. That's the issue dealt with by Mr Tae Bo Billy Blanks and charisma vacuum Jalal Merhi in this 90s DTV fight flick. TWITTER: https://twitter.com/InDefenceOfYT
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