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A Scene from Bava Bava Panneru
7 Jun 2011
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Kota with Brahmanandam, Rallapalli, Dharmavarapu & Others - Bava Bava Panneru
14 Jun 2011
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Mudda Banti raave song - bava Bava Paneeru
20 Jun 2011
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Naresh & Others - Bava bava Panneeru
20 Jun 2011
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This is the trailer from Lamberto Bava's first film, Macabro (Macabre)
30 Jun 2009
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FULL FILM COMING TO THE WEB APRIL '08 Alrugo Entertainment, bring you: ITALIAN SPIDERMAN Unearthed for the first time in 40 years and lovingly restored at Alrugo Studios Milan, this rare theatrical trailer for the 1968 Italian classic 'Italian Spiderman' is a real treat. Featuring Franco Franchetti of 'Mondo Sexo' fame in his last ever role before being killed in a spear fishing accident in 1969. Alrugo entertainment will be releasing the FULL, remastered ITALIAN SPIDERMAN film on the web starting APRIL '08. STAY TUNED Keep Posted for more Alrugo action.www.myspace****/alrugo For Spider music visit: www.myspace****/theitalianspiderman alrugofilmgmail**** SPIDERMAN SOUNDTRACK available through SOULFUL TORINO RECORDS www.soulfultorino.it
17 Sep 2009
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This song is an homage to horror, exploitation and b-movies in general. It contains clips from the following films: Basket case (Frank Henenlotter - USA 1982) Blood feast (Herschell Gordon Lewis - USA 1963) Blood freak (Brad F. Grinter, Steve Hawkes - USA 1972) Buio Omega (aka Beyond the darkness) (Joe D'Amato - Italy 1979) Cannibal campout (Tom Fisher, Jon McBride - USA 1988) Cannibal holocaust (Ruggero Deodato - Italy 1980) Dawn of the dead (George A. Romero - Italy/USA 1978) Day of the dead (George A. Romero - USA 1985) Demoni (aka Demons) (Lamberto Bava - Italy 1985) Dværgen (aka The sinful dwarf) (Vidal Raski - Denmark/Usa 1973) Evil dead II (Sam Raimi - USA 1987) Ghoul school (Timothy O'Rawe - USA 1990) Ghoul school (original promotional reel) (Timothy O'Rawe - USA 1988) I drink your blood (David E. Durston - USA 1970) I spit on your grave (aka Day of the woman) (Meir Zarchi - USA 1978) Killing spree (Tim Ritter - USA 1987) La noche del terror ciego (aka Tombs of the blind dead) (Amando de Ossorio - Spain/Portugal 1971) Maniac (William Lustig - USA 1980) Mil gritos tiene la noche (aka Pieces) (J.P. Simòn, USA/Spain/PuertoRico 1982) Nekeddo buraddo: Megyaku (aka Naked blood) (Hisayasu Sato - Japan 1995) Night of the living dead (George A. Romero - USA 1968) Nightmare (aka Nightmare in a damaged brain) (Romano Scavolini - USA 1981) Psychos in love (Gorman Bechard - USA 1987) Say no to drugs (Tim O'Rawe - USA 1987) Sexandroide (Michel Ricaud - France 1987) Slaughter high (G. Dugdale, M. Ezra, P. Litten, USA 1986) Splatter farm J. Polonia, M. Polonia, T. Smith USA 1987) The Evil Dead (Sam Raimi - USA 1981) The headless eyes (Kent Bateman - USA 1971) The jar (Bruce Toscano - USA 1984) The Texas chain saw massacre (Tobe Hooper - USA 1974) Video violence When renting is not enough (Gary Cohen - USA 1987) Video violence 2 (Gary Cohen - USA 1987) Za Ginipiggu: Akuma no jikken (aka Guinea pig) (Satoru Ogura - Japan 1985)
1 Jul 2010
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AGED TEEN: Shocking Blue, live at Cellar Theory, January 30 2010. Live footage shot by Bob Toderico - *******bobbweiler.deviantart**** Audio recorded by Luciano and Cristina at Cellar Theory - *******www.myspace****/cellartheory Video and audio edited and Mixed by Dario Guarino. Aged Teen on Myspace: *******www.myspace****/agedteenrock Aged Teen on Facebook: *******groups.to/agedteen/ *******band.to/agedteenfans/ Aged Teen Official: *******www.agedteen**** This video contains clips from some of my favourite horror and b-movies: Basket case (Frank Henenlotter - USA 1982) Blood feast (Herschell Gordon Lewis - USA 1963) Blood freak (Brad F. Grinter, Steve Hawkes - USA 1972) Buio Omega (aka Beyond the darkness) (Joe D'Amato - Italy 1979) Cannibal holocaust (Ruggero Deodato - Italy 1980) Dawn of the dead (George A. Romero - Italy/USA 1978) Day of the dead (George A. Romero - USA 1985) Demoni (aka Demons) (Lamberto Bava - Italy 1985) Dværgen (aka The sinful dwarf) (Vidal Raski - Denmark/Usa 1973) Ghoul school (Timothy O'Rawe - USA 1990) Ghoul school (original promotional reel) (Timothy O'Rawe - USA 1988) I drink your blood (David E. Durston - USA 1970) I spit on your grave (aka Day of the woman) (Meir Zarchi - USA 1978) Killing spree (Tim Ritter - USA 1987) Nekeddo buraddo: Megyaku (aka Naked blood) (Hisayasu Sato - Japan 1995) Nightmare (aka Nightmare in a damaged brain) (Romano Scavolini - USA 1981) Psychos in love (Gorman Bechard - USA 1987) Say no to drugs (Tim O'Rawe - USA 1987) Sexandroide (Michel Ricaud - France 1987) Splatter farm J. Polonia, M. Polonia, T. Smith USA 1987) The headless eyes (Kent Bateman - USA 1971) The Texas chain saw massacre (Tobe Hooper - USA 1974) Video violence When renting is not enough (Gary Cohen - USA 1987) Video violence 2 (Gary Cohen - USA 1987)
1 Jul 2010
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Ferdinando Cefalu (Marcello Mastroianni), a layabout baron whose impatience with Rosalia (Daniela Rocca), his clinging chatterbox of a wife, escalates the more he falls for his voluptuous teenage cousin Angela (Stefania Sandrelli). Since divorce is forbidden among the populace of this provincial Sicilian town, Ferdinando realizes that the only way he can be with Angela is to paint Rosalia as an unfaithful spouse and kill her under the socially acceptable guise of protecting his honor and his "manhood" (since nothing's more pitiful in this town than a cuckolded husband). Carlo Rustichelli, born in 1916, had begun working in film in 1939 and by 1962 had become a hugely popular composer for Italian films. His first film for Pietro Germi was Lost Youth in 1948 and thus began one of the longest and most fruitful director/composer collaborations ever, with Rustichelli composing scores for all but the first of Germi’s films - eighteen in total. He also worked with other directors such as Billy Wilder, Mario Bava, Gillo Pontecorvo, Luigi Comencini, and provided scores for countless sword and sandal films, spaghetti westerns, crime films, and just about every genre imaginable. He was a superb melodist, and Divorce, Italian Style is rife with great themes, which all serve the film perfectly. In fact, the film would be unthinkable without Rustichelli’s wonderful and tuneful score.
29 Jul 2012
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Lamberto Bava's A Blade In The Dark (1983) Trailer
11 Jan 2009
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Bava Ditta doing a rap of a lifetime!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
1 Oct 2009
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Please leave comments if you like it. About algoza: This musical instrument called Algoza comprises of two flutes with only 5 tones of the musical octave. It is popular in deep rural Punjab, India and Punjab, Pakistan. It is played by farmers during crop harvesting season. It can also be heard from great distances on farms along with barks of stray village dogs during dusk. It is decorated with colorful strings and is played while wearing typical punjabi farmer colorful attire. This instrument is getting out of fashion, hard to buy even in punjab,India, even harder to find a coach to get training. Though some UK based bands have used it in their albums in recent years. I was obsessed with it since my childhood, 15 years ago had a chance to find a teacher. My coach- Tara Chand, was a frustrated man living a hard life unable to make a living out of playing the instrument. He taught me the technique of circular breathing vital to supply continuous stream of air to two flutes. The beauty of the instrument is resonance and beats created by flutes emitting sound at different pitches. I am proud I am able to preserve the legacy. The song I was playing-Jugni is very touching. It is about an innocent village girl, who is wowed and confused when she happens to visit a city. She sees other girls wearing western dresses, shunning traditional values, sees tall sky scapers, she is confused between the values she has teen taught and values she sees people practising in cities. This song was written in 1960s, various singers redefined the song according to prevailing social context. Gurmeet Bawa is one of the first punjabi singers to incorporate its tones in her songs especially-Jugni.
2 Jan 2009
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27 Dec 2009
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Story: Rafi-Mecartin Direction: Rajasenan Starring: Jayaram, Kasthuri, Sangeetha, Premkumar, Indrans, Oduvil Unnikrishnan, Janardhanan, Narendra Prasad, Rajan P. Dev, Meena, Adoor Bhavani, Paravoor Bharathan, Kanakalatha, K. T. S. Padannayil, Appa Haja, Rizabava, Special Appearance: M. S. Thrippunithura
25 Mar 2010
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7 Sep 2010
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Non Stop Comedy Entertainer
14 Dec 2010
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