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Sci-Fi and Fantasy Movies, Fiction (same) and Professional books are my interests on Amazon. I'm just getting into doing the lists and guides on Amazon, and expect to do some professional ones soon.

MOVIES: Fantasy, Sci-Fi movie buff with about 300 DVDs, most of them either fantasy, Sci-Fi, Vampire or Action based. Have virtually everything out on Sword and Sorcery movies including some out … Read more


Top Reviewer Ranking: 511,655 - Total Helpful Votes: 8 of 12
Barbarian [Import] <b>DVD</b> ~ Michael O'Hearn
Barbarian [Import] DVD ~ Michael O'Hearn
This Roger Corman produced turkey was put out by New Concorde, the same company that did the bulk of the campy 80s Sword and Sorcery movies. Apparently their budget low enough that they had to use the Deathstalker's script, along with some of the old footage. Filmed in the Ukraine in some pretty nice old castles, the plot is literally exactly the same (three big magic items being collected by the bad guy sorcerer, sorcerer's tournament, etc.).
On the plus side, this allows both Barbie Benton and the Pig Guy to make a cameo as the orgy scene is replayed! While the acting is truly bad, at least the star, Michael O'Hearn, is ripped, it has a semi-recognizable bad guy (Martin Kove), and… Read more
The Thief of Bagdad [Import] <b>DVD</b> ~ Conrad Veidt
The Thief of Bagdad [Import] DVD ~ Conrad Veidt
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
This masterpiece, often referred to as the greatest fantasy movie ever, still holds up well over 60 years later. The Thief of Bagad has a terrific story with enchanting magic, enticing romance and terrific suspense. The acting is absolutely superb with fine performances turned in by Sabu the little thief, Rex Ingram as the powerful and scary genie, and Conrad Veidt who as the evil Vizier Jaffar is one of the best villians ever. John Justin, the blinded Caliph and his beloved princess (June Deprez) provide an engaging and often tragic romance that lends terrific depth to this story.
Best yet is the awesome imagination brought to life in this masterpiece epic. While some of the… Read more
Dilbert: The Complete Series [Import] <b>DVD</b> ~ Daniel Stern
The Dilbert TV series is truly a riot. It has both the fun of office space, along with the incredibly looney deaths that only a cartoon can provide (black holes created by Dilbert's invention that's field tested by rednecks and ends up sucking up everything, poor ventilation polution that turns workers into slimes, fish people, etc, and other poorly designed contraptions that generally cause death and mass destruction). Like office space, this series pokes fun at all aspects of office life, including outsourcing, marketing folks, motivation schemes, board of directors, etc. The character voices seem dead on for what you would expect in the Dilbert comics. If anything, Dogbert is even… Read more