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How many QT-Fest films have you seen?


#1

I was over at the Tarantino wiki, looking at the list of films shown at all the QT Fests, so I thought it might spark a good discussion to ask how many films from all of the Fests people have seen. Based on the listings there, it looks like I’ve seen 38 of them, though I might have missed something. Actually, I could have sworn that THE OUTSIDE MAN was a QT Fest film, which would bring it up to 39, but I could be mistaken.



I treat the QT Fest programs as a list of must-see films, and I have many more to go. To me, exposing these films to larger audiences is perhaps Quentin’s greatest contribution to film culture. I hope he keeps doing it forever,… and I hope to actually attend one someday, maybe QT7…



Here’s my list:



QT1-



GLORY STOMPERS 1968 - Dir: Anthony M. Lanza

SWINGING CHEERLEADERS 1974 - Dir: Jack Hill

REVENGE OF THE CHEERLEADERS 1976 - Dir: Richard Lerner

THE OUTFIT 1974 - Dir: John Flynn

THE NICKEL RIDE 1974 - Dir: Robert Mulligan

WHITE LIGHTNING 1973 - Dir: Joseph Sargent

JACKSON COUNTY JAIL 1976 - Dir: Michael Miller

DIRTY MARY CRAZY LARRY 1974 - Dir: John Hough

SWITCHBLADE SISTERS 1975 - Dir: Jack Hill



QT2-



EVEL KNIEVEL 1971 - Dir: Marvin Chomsky

BUCK TOWN 1975 - Dir: Arthur Marks



QT3-



COONSKIN 1975 - Dir: Ralph Bakshi

NASHVILLE GIRL 1976 - Dir: Gus Trikonis

ALLIGATOR 1980 - Dir: Lewis Teague

MIGHTY PEKING MAN (Hsing Hsing wang) 1977 - Dir: Meng-Hwa Ho

TICK TICK TICK 1970 - Dir: Ralph Nelson

FREEBIE AND THE BEAN 1974 - Richard Rush

BONNIE PARKER STORY 1958 - Dir: William Witney

LADY IN RED 1979 - Dir: Lewis Teague



QT4-



WALKING TALL 1973 - Dir: Phil Karlson

MACON COUNTY LINE 1974 - Dir: Richard Compton

THE MACK 1973 - Dir: Michael Campus

THE GIANT OF METROPOLIS 1961 - Dir: Umberto Scarpelli

DESTROY ALL MONSTERS 1968 - Dir: Ishiro Honda

HICKEY & BOGGS 1972 - Dir: Robert Culp

FRENCH CONNECTION II 1975 - Dir: John Frankenheimer



QT5-



FOR A FEW DOLLARS MORE 1965 (Sergio Leone)

OMEGA MAN 1971 (Boris Segal)

STAR TREK II: THE WRATH OF KHAN 1982 (Nicholas Meyer)

PLANET OF THE VAMPIRES 1965 (Mario Bava)

THE FAMILY 1973 (Sergio Sollima)

MACHINE GUN McCAIN 1968 (Giuliano Montaldo)

DIXIE DYNAMITE 1976 (Lee Frost)

BROTHERHOOD OF DEATH 1976 (Bill Berry III)

ROLLING THUNDER 1977 (John Flynn)

Fist of Fury 1972 (AKA CHINESE CONNECTION) (Wei Lo)

BILLY JACK 1971 (Tom Laughlin)



QT6-



PSYCHO II (35mm 113min; 1983 Richard Franklin, dir.; Anthony Perkins, Meg Tilly)







So, how many have YOU seen???


#2

SWITCHBLADE SISTERS

THE BEYOND

JUNIOR BONNER

NAVAJO JOE

SNAKE FIST IN EAGLE SHADOW

SUSPIRIA

DEEP RED

Fist of Fury

ROLLING THUNDER

FOR A FEW DOLLARS MORE

PSYCHO II





11…I suck.


#3

I didn’t notice that FOR A FEW DOLLARS MORE had been shown, I’ll have to add that.



Which Fest was it shown in?


#4

It was QT 5.


#5

Thanks - I just updated my OP. I was kind of skimming, so I wouldn’t be surprised if there was something else I missed.



Hey, don’t feel bad about having only seen 11. Think of all the fun you’re going to have tracking down and watching all these killler flicks.


#6

Out of that post:



SWINGING CHEERLEADERS

SWITCHBLADE SISTERS

BUCK TOWN

COONSKIN

MIGHTY PEKING MAN

WALKING TALL

THE MACK

DESTROY ALL MONSTERS

FOR A FEW DOLLARS MORE

OMEGA MAN

STAR TREK II: THE WRATH OF KHAN

BILLY JACK

Fist of Fury 1972 (AKA CHINESE CONNECTION)

PSYCHO II



Didn’t get to finish:



LADY IN RED

ALLIGATOR



Only seen the ending of:



ROLLING THUNDER



Had chances, but missed:



DIRTY MARY CRAZY LARRY

PLANET OF THE VAMPIRES



Good topic. This’ll give me recommendations to rent–if they’re available.


#7

Here’s the link to all the QT Fest info on the Tarantino wiki:



<LINK_TEXT text=“http://www.tarantino.info/wiki/index.ph … _Film_Fest”>http://www.tarantino.info/wiki/index.php/Category:QT_Film_Fest</LINK_TEXT>


#8

ADIOS SABATA (own it)

THE BEYOND (own it)

WHITE LIGHTNING

EVEL KNIEVEL

GATES OF HELL (that’s City of the Living Dead, right? if so: i own it)

3:10 TO YUMA (own it, one of my favorite westerns actually)

JUNIOR BONNER (own it)

NAVAJO JOE (own it)

LAST MAN STANDING

BLACK CHRISTMAS (own it)

WALKING TALL

THE MACK (own it)

THEY CALL ME HALLELUJAH

SUSPIRIA (own it)

DEEP RED (own it)

FRENCH CONNECTION II (own it)

BIG GUNDOWN (own it)

FOR A FEW DOLLARS MORE (own it)

DEATH RIDES A HORSE (own it)

DAY OF ANGER

STAR TREK II: THE WRATH OF KHAN

TARZOON

BLUE WATER, WHITE DEATH (own it)

CRACK HOUSE



24, my shit’s cool 8)


#9

Scratch that, I’ve seen Omega Man too. That makes 12 for me


#10

C’mon, there’s gotta be more people than this who have seen some of these movies. Don’t tell me all you guys have seen is QT and RR films!!!


#11

Wow, I REALLY can’t believe how dead this thread is, I thought there’d be a ton of replies. Aren’t you Tarantino-ites watching any of these movies??


#12

NAVAJO JOE

THEY CALL ME HALLELUJAH

BIG GUNDOWN

FOR A FEW DOLLARS MORE

DEATH RIDES A HORSE

STAR TREK II: THE WRATH OF KHAN

Three episodes from the television series KUNG FU Starring David Carradine. ;D



So not that many… :frowning:


#13

Fist of fury

Vanishing point

Suspiria

The Switchblade sisters

Few dollars more

Death rides a horse

The outfit


#14

ADIOS SABATA

NAVAJO JOE

LAST MAN STANDING

BIG GUNDOWN

FOR A FEW DOLLARS MORE

Fist of Fury



perhaps some more from which i do not know the aka title



not that much ,but i am working on it to see more :wink:


#15

That’s better.



Let’s all try to add to our lists and talk about the movies we’ve watched here.


#16

D’oh! I never did click the Wiki link to see the entire shows for each fest. rolls eyes



Others I’ve seen



SAVAGE SEVEN-My dad knows one of the extras (bikers)

SEVEN BLOWS OF THE DRAGON

THE BEYOND

THE HELLBENDERS

ADIOS SABATA

GATES OF HELL

Navajo Joe

Black Christmas

SNAKE FIST IN EAGLE SHADOW (SNAKE IN THE EAGLE’S SHADOW)

THE MUTHERS (Just saw this a few days ago. Liked it a little more than I thought I would)

THEY CALL ME HALLELUJAH

SUSPIRIA

GODZILLA VS THE SMOG MONSTER

THE YAKUZA

BIG GUNDOWN

LIFEFORCE

FIST OF FURY PART II (This is also “New Fist of Fury” right?)

BILLY JACK

PSYCHO II

SILENT NIGHT, DEADLY NIGHT

MADMAN (aka MADMAN MARZ) (Interestingly, this aired on IFC shortly after it played at the fest)

Fistful of Yen (Kentucky Fried Movie)

The Thing



But I kept my word on finally renting plenty of these titles. Watching Dynamite and Slaughter Hotel

tonight.



Own 9 on VHS, 7 on DVD.


#17

(Alot of these are recorded on VHS and on DVD-R)



QT 1



SAVAGE SEVEN 1968 - Dir: Richard Rush (own it, VHS)

GLORY STOMPERS 1968 - Dir: Anthony M. Lanza (own it, VHS)

TWISTED NERVE 1968 - Dir: Roy Boulting (own it, DVD-R)

DON’T GO IN THE HOUSE 1980 - Dir: Joseph Ellison (own it, DVD)

HOUSE ON SORORITY ROW 1983 - Dir: Mark Rosman (own it, DVD)

LEGEND OF THE WOLFWOMAN (seen it)

SWINGING CHEERLEADERS 1974 - Dir: Jack Hill (own it, DVD)

THE OUTFIT 1974 - Dir: John Flynn (own it VHS)

SEVEN BLOWS OF THE DRAGON (Dong kai ji) 1975 - Dir: Cheh Chang, Ma Wu (Own it, DVD)

MARCH OR DIE 1977 - Dir: Dick Richards (own it, VHS)

WHITE LIGHTNING 1973 - Dir: Joseph Sargent (own it, DVD)

JACKSON COUNTY JAIL 1976 - Dir: Michael Miller (own it, VHS)

DIRTY MARY CRAZY LARRY 1974 - Dir: John Hough (own it, DVD)

THE BEYOND (E tu vivrai nel terrore - L’aldila) 1981 - Dir: Lucio Fulci (own it, DVD)

THE HELLBENDERS (Crudeli, I) 1966 - Dir: Sergio Corbucci, Albert Bond (own it, VHS)

ADIOS SABATA 1971 - Dir: Gianfranco Parolini (own it, DVD)

SWITCHBLADE SISTERS 1975 - Dir: Jack Hill (own it, DVD)



QT 2



EVEL KNIEVEL 1971 - Dir: Marvin Chomsky (seen it)

CANNONBALL 1976 - Dir: Paul Bartel (own it, DVD)

GRAVY TRAIN (AKA DION BROTHERS) 1974 - Dir: Jack Starrett (ordered it, DVD-R)

BUCK TOWN 1975 - Dir: Arthur Marks (own it,VHS)

GATES OF HELL 1983 - Dir: Lucio Fulci (own it, DVD)

3:10 TO YUMA 1957 - Dir: Delmer Daves (own it, VHS)

JOURNEY TO THE CENTER OF THE EARTH (seen it)



QT 3



Three Musketeers and Four Musketeers (own them, VHS)

Zulu Dawn (own it, VHS)

Coonskin (own it, DVD-R)

Alligator (own it, VHS)

Death Collector (own it, DVD)

Pretty Maids All in a Row (own it, DVD-R)

Mother, Jugs & Speed (own it, DVD)

The Quiller Memorandum (seen it)

Sol Madrid (seen it)

. . . Tick . . . Tick . . . Tick (own it, VHS)

Junior Bonner (own it, DVD)

Stalking Moon (seen it)

Navajo Joe (own it, DVD)

Freebie and the Bean (own it, VHS)

Brannigan (seen it)

The Bonnie Parker Story (seen it)

Last Man Standing (own it, DVD)

Frankenstein Conquers the World (seen it)

Black Christmas (own it, DVD)

Torso (own it, DVD)

Blood-Spattered Bride (seen it)

MIGHTY PEKING MAN (Hsing Hsing wang) 1977 - Dir: Meng-Hwa Ho (own it, DVD)



QT 4



DRAGON VS SNAKEFIST (AKA SNAKE IN THE MONKEY’S SHADOW) 1979 - Dir: Sum Cheung (seen it)

SNAKE FIST IN EAGLE SHADOW (SNAKE IN THE EAGLE’S SHADOW) 1978 - Dir: Woo-ping Yuen (own it, DVD)

WALKING TALL 1973 - Dir: Phil Karlson (own it, DVD)

WHITE LIGHTNING 1973 - Dir: Joseph Sargent (own it, DVD)

GAMBIT 1966 - Dir: Ronald Naeme (own it, VHS)

THE MACK 1973 - Dir: Michael Campus (own it, DVD)

SAINT JACK 1979 - Dir: Peter Bogdanovich (own it, DVD)

DESTROY ALL MONSTERS 1968 - Dir: Ishiro Honda (own it, DVD)

THE PSYCHIC 1977 - Dir: Lucio Fulci (own it, DVD)

MOTHRA 1961 - Dir: Ishiro Honda (own it, DVD)

SUSPIRIA 1971 - Dir: Dario Argento (own it, DVD)

WIPE OUT (AKA THE BOSS) (own it, DVD)

HICKEY & BOGGS 1972 - Dir: Robert Culp (own it, DVD)

DEEP RED 1975 - Dir: Dario Argento (own it, DVD)

THE YAKUZA 1975 - Dir: Sydney Pollack (seen it)

FRENCH CONNECTION II 1975 - Dir: John Frankenheimer (own it, DVD)

JACKSON COUNTY JAIL 1976 - Dir: Michael Miller (own it, VHS)

SORCERER 1977 - Dir: William Friedkin (seen it)

BIG GUNDOWN 1966 - Dir: Sergio Sollima (own it, DVD)



QT 5



FOR A FEW DOLLARS MORE 1965 (Sergio Leone) (own it, DVD)

DEATH RIDES A HORSE 1968 (Giulio Petroni) (own it, DVD)

DAY OF ANGER 1967 (Tonino Valerii) (own it, DVD)

OMEGA MAN 1971 (Boris Segal) (own it, DVD)

STAR TREK II: THE WRATH OF KHAN 1982 (Nicholas Meyer) (own it, DVD)

SATURN 3 1980 (Stanley Donen, John Barry III) (own it, VHS)

PLANET OF THE VAMPIRES 1965 (Mario Bava) (own it, DVD)

LIFEFORCE 1985 (Tobe Hooper) (own it, VHS)

FRANKENSTEIN MEETS THE SPACE MONSTER 1965 (Robert Gaffney) (own it, DVD)

ITALIAN CONNECTION 1973 (Fernando di Leo) (own it, DVD)

MACHINE GUN McCAIN 1968 (Giuliano Montaldo) (seen it)

SLAUGHTER HOTEL 1971 (aka COLD BLOODED BEAST) 1971 (Fernando di Leo) (seen it)

SCHOOL THAT COULDN’T SCREAM (aka WHATEVER BECAME OF SOLANGE) 1972 (Massimo Dalamano) (own it, DVD)

DARK OF THE SUN 1968(aka The Mercenaries)(Jack Cardiff) (own it, VHS)

EASTERN CONDORS 1987 (Sammo Hung) (own it, DVD)

ROLLING THUNDER 1977 (John Flynn) (own it, DVD-R)

Fist of Fury 1972 (AKA CHINESE CONNECTION) (Wei Lo) (own it, DVD)

BILLY JACK 1971 (Tom Laughlin) (own it, DVD Collection)

FISTFUL OF YEN (FROM THE KENTUCKY FRIED CHICKEN MOVIE) 1977 - Dir: John Landis (own it, DVD)

THE THING 1982 - Dir: John Carpenter (own it, DVD)







QT 6



PSYCHO II (35mm 113min; 1983 Richard Franklin, dir.; Anthony Perkins, Meg Tilly) (own it, VHS)

SILENT NIGHT, DEADLY NIGHT (35mm 79 min; 1984 Charles E. Sellier Jr., dir.) (seen it)

BMX BANDITS (35mm, 88min.; 1983, Brian Trenchard-Smith; Nicole Kidman) (seen it)

FIVE FOR HELL (35mm, 95 min.; 1969, Gianfranco Parolini, dir.; John Garko, Klaus Kinski, Margaret Lee) (own it, DVD-R)

FISTFUL OF TALONS (35mm,89 min.; 1983 Chung Sun, dir; Billy Chong) (own it, DVD)


#18

Pretty impressive list there Winslow, it appears that you have definitely explored many of the same b-movie byways as QT over the years. Here’s a question though, have you watched every one of those you own? If not, what’s on your immediate “must watch” list?


#19

Watched Dixie Dynamite & Slaughter Hotel (Cold/beast) over the weekend.



Dixie pretty much had me bored (Loved Warren Oates though) and Slaughter Hotel was another one of those so-bad-that-it’s-good. Gimme the DVD!


#20

I agree about Dixie Dynamite - a real snoozefest despite the best efforts of Warren Oates. Could have used a lot more nudity and violence.



Haven’t seen Slaughter Hotel, I’ll check it out.