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Matango (1964) Attack Of The Mushroom People

Matango (マタンゴ?), also known as Matango, Fungus of Terror and Attack of the Mushroom People, is a 1963 Japanese tokusatsu movie. It was directed by Ishirō Honda, written by Takeshi Kimura based on the story “The Voice in the Night” by William Hope Hodgson (an adaptation credit is given to Masami Fukushima and Shinichi Hoshi, but Kimura threw out most of their contributions), and had special effects by Eiji Tsuburaya.

The movie has developed something of a cult audience over the years; partly due to its bleakness and unusual themes, particularly when compared to other Japanese fantasy and science fiction films of the same period (with the exception of Honda’s 1960 film The Human Vapor).


 

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Angel Unchained (1970) a.k.a Hell’s Angels Unchained Cycle Freaks vs Dunebuggy Straights

THIS IS THE SLAUGHTERHOUSE RUN THAT YOU MAKE ALONE…

when you’ve cut yourself off from the Pack to go flat out against

the Freaks and the Straights who rule this cozy corner of HELL!

Angel is the biker who joins a commune of hippies near a small town. When the town rednecks attack them, Angel calls up some of his bad biker buddies to exact revenge.

-IMDb

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Psych-Out (1968) Jack Nicholson Hippie Exploitation Film

“Psych-Out (1968) is a feature film about hippies, psychedelic music, and recreational drugs, produced and released by American International Pictures. Originally scripted as The Love Children, the title when tested caused people to think it was about bastards, so Samuel Z. Arkoff came up with the ultimate title based on a recent successful reissue of Psycho.” – Wikipedia

“The movie was meant to perform the same function in relation to The Trip (1967/II). Jack Nicholson had written a script that director Richard Rush thought was too “experimental” for mainstream cinema, so the concept of a ‘youth” film based in San Francisco and dealing with flower power and drugs was taken over by other writers and Nicholson did not eventually receive a screen credit for his work, although he took what was essentially the male lead in the picture. But Nicholson wrote the part of Stoney for himself as part of the package.” – IMDb



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