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The Ginger Cat wrote:
Wed Sep 30, 2020 4:52 am
Summerfield. Vaguely remembered watching this years ago when BBC 2 stuck it on as part of one of their australian film seasons. It's got that geezer out of Space 1999 and Lizzie Birdsworth from PCBH in. Bit of an odd one but good.
I remember that film.

Siblings a bit too close as I recall.

Old Lizzie was also in Mad Max, so she was in some decent stuff before she was in Prisoner.
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Servorobot wrote:
Wed Sep 30, 2020 11:03 am
The Ginger Cat wrote:
Wed Sep 30, 2020 4:52 am
Summerfield. Vaguely remembered watching this years ago when BBC 2 stuck it on as part of one of their australian film seasons. It's got that geezer out of Space 1999 and Lizzie Birdsworth from PCBH in. Bit of an odd one but good.
I remember that film.

Siblings a bit too close as I recall.

Old Lizzie was also in Mad Max, so she was in some decent stuff before she was in Prisoner.
She was in another aussie film that I watched last night called End Play. Had quite a decent twist at the end. I must say, Noel Fielding was pretty good in it...
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Halloween III - Season of the Witch. A bizarre murder/suicide sees a shaken doctor team up with the daughter of the murdered man to investigate the strange event, an investigation that leads to a small town that plays host to "Silver Shamrock", a novelty toy company that specialise in Halloween masks - and an insane toymaker with devilish plans for American children on Halloween night. The third in the Halloween franchise, which famously - or infamously - eschews the usual Michael Myers slasher shenanigans in favour of a standalone sci-fi/supernatural horror hybrid, is still a genuinely good film in its own right, with a compellingly nightmarish atmosphere. :)
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