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Cinemassacre’s Monster Madness is a yearly series of horror movie reviews produced by Cinemassacre Productions and airing around the month of October. This series is hosted by James Rolfe. This is episode 12 of Monster Madness “Around the World!”
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I’m loving all these cheap-ass spoof films.
Its not from the bad and the ugly, its from for a few dollars more
its a shame this is not on youtube. Copyright issues maybe?
Great video as always, I’m really glad monster madness is back.
Just one correction, that was not the theme of “The Good, the Bad and the Ugly” but of its predecessor “For a few dollars more”.
The movie sounds amazingly terrible, but what the hell is that Gerudo Valley arrangement in the background? Took me way too long to even realize that that’s what it was.
Nice touch, Keirin, with the Gerudo Valley theme throughout.
Regarding the chicken and why the censors didn’t care, you have to remember that area of the world largely still had animal husbandry as a part of the daily lives of the average person. They probably saw chickens getting their heads cut off at home all the time. I’m not Egyptian but my family was in a similar kind of lifestyle in Puerto Rico. My great-grandmother Francesca was a skilled goat butcher for instance
I believe that’s the theme to “For A Few Dollars More” not The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly”.
I am Egyptian and I’ve never heard of this movie, lol. I would recommend watching The Talisman 1987 (Al Ta’awitha) instead. It has some interesting special effects near the end that gave me a scare when I was young. I would like to know your opinion about it.
You are slowly catching up to the cinema snob my friend
This movie censored a chicken decapitation? Couldn’t help thinking how same thing made it in to 1971’s Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory’s tunnel of terror scene. Too much for a horror flick but fine for a kid’s movie! 😄
Loving monster madness, though I have to correct you when you mentioned the music they take from other films. You first said the took the music from The Good, The Bad and The Ugly, but it’s actually from For a Few Dollars More. I know it’s in the same series of films, but it’s not the right film.
If there’s one thing I’ve learned from “Around the World,” it’s that every country likes to rip off Hollywood.
that’s not the theme from the good the bad & the ugly, that’s the theme from a few dollers more.
Dammit I can’t find this one on Youtube and it isn’t streaming anywhere
The Ultimate Warrior got his makeup idea from this movie. I joke.
They don’t make them like this anymore, thank god
I think that’s the theme from A Few Dollars…oh wait, sixteen people already corrected the slight mistake. I love the Gerudo Valley theme since Egypt is also a desert, eh?
Gerudo Valley for an Egyptian film?
I guess it makes sense.
I can’t help but wonder if the person who wrote the lyrics to the songs from this movie is the same person who wrote the infamous “windrammer” email.
Maybe it’s just me but playing gerudo desert seems to be poor taste
Good, Bad and the Ugly? James ma man. That’s the theme to A Fistful Of Dollars!
“I don’t really recommend it..”
Well, wtf then!?! lol
You say they’re ripping off the music assuming no one has heard it before but, I think they’re just referencing the music. At 2:00 there’s actually a pink panther poster on the top right.
No disrespect, I love the series!!!
Dude, you need to replay that. He said that HE was censoring it.
The original movie of course played the scene.
yo what is that music/song playing at 0:55?
Dude, people over there behead chickens every time they prepare dinner. Nothing WTF about it for them.
Someone already beat me to the Willy Wonka reference so I’ll just ask: was that backing track a direct comment on the movie’s propensity for stealing music that has nothing to do with the movie itself?
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