escape to l.a

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“I staggered through my career and came out the other end alive. I made some films that meant something to me. In my opinion, they weren’t all great, and they weren’t all successful, but they sure were ‘me’. And this is what I was going through or thinking or feeling as a director at the time, and I’m very proud of them. A lot of great directors just never had the chance to have their work appreciated and celebrated and watched all these years after they were made. So, man, what do you want out of life? It’s great!” – John Carpenter

Wham Bam! Thank you,Pam!

I love Pam Grier. She’s so cool.

Dang-I’m gonna list some of here vast amount of work-

1.BEYOND THE VALLEY OF THE DOLLS (1970)

.the BIG DOLLHOUSE (1971)

.WOMEN IN CAGES (1971)

.the TWILIGHT PEOPLE (1972)

.COFFY (1973)

.SCREAM,BLACULA,SCREAM (1972)

.FOXY BROWN (1974)

.SOMETHING WICKED THIS WAY COMES (1983)

.CLASS OF 1999 (1990)

.ORIGINAL GANGSTAS (1996)

.ESCAPE FROM L.A. (1996)

.MARS ATTACKS! (1996)

.JACKIE BROWN (1997)

.GHOSTS OF MARS (2001)

.she’s coming out in OLD SCHOOL GANGSTAS this year! With Fred Williamson,Robert Forster,Jim Brown,Richard Roundtree,Gloria Hendry,Antonio Fargas,and Bernie Casey!

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anonymous asked:

I am currently in a debate on Facebook about the whole Penny and BJ situation. I believe they are both to blame. Thoughts?

From my perspective, “Escape From L.A.” is the darkest episode thus far; it makes me really uncomfortable. 

I’m afraid I won’t be able to add much to a discussion on it: I’ve only watched it twice, and don’t know when I’ll be able to watch it again. Sorry.

(but feel free to add your opinions)

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