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  1. After watching the Friday the 13th's last year, I'm going to be doing the Halloweens this (it was either them or the Nightmare on Elm Street films). Probably going to start them next weekend, got the first eight and Halloween Kills already downloaded.
  2. Ruthless People (1986) The wife of a business tycoon gets abducted by two people he wronged and held to ransom, unbeknown to them with a mistress of his own he couldn’t be happier. A black comedy that is at times bordering on farce. Such an intricately clever story and very funny with it. Strangers on a Train (1951) Bruno Antony has a theory on how two complete strangers can get away with murder; a chance meeting with tennis player Guy Haines sees him put that theory into practice. After struggling with the Birds, this was more up my street. Mystery, suspense, intrigue, great performances, great film. My Bloody Valentine (1981) Twenty years after a mining accident, the town’s residents defy warnings and plan a Valentine’s dance. Said residents then start to be killed in the most gruesome of ways. Pretty cool and unique with a lot of this film taking place in a mine. Good slasher bearing some similarities to The Prowler. Sweet Sixteen (1983) (YouTube) Melissa Morgan is new in town and about to turn 16, however any male that shows an interest in her turns up dead. Despite the slasher elements ventures more on the murder mystery side of things. It’s always good when I don’t guess the killer but the end explanation was too confusing. Blood Tracks (1985) (YouTube) A rock band head to the mountains to record their new music video, however a reclusive group of troll like folk living in the abandoned factory don’t want them there. Utter rubbish. The dark picture doesn’t help, but it’s not like good lighting would have made a difference. Shite.
  3. You know shit has hit the fan when Bix protects his tweets. The guy has a long history of being a shit stirrer, lighting the flames and then sitting back usually with a big wooden stick in hand, so, as Rick said, it's not surprising people are going to jump on him for something like this. Bix is also the guy that Brian Last claims stole money from him when they did the 6:05 podcast together, money that was supposed to be split between them was instead going direct into Bix's account. Anyway, he'll unprotect them in a day or so and quickly be back to his usual odious self.
  4. Was never a fan. I was far more excited to see John Salthouse (who played D.I. Roy Galloway in the early years of The Bill) show up as one of the coppers towards the end.
  5. With it being Halloween month been watching a bunch of horror/slasher flicks including giving Scream a rewatch. The Prowler (1981) Thirty-Five years after a couple were murdered in the town, students holding a Graduation dance are targeted by a man clad in World War II fatigues. The kills are nasty (most involving a pitchfork) and the FX superb for the time. Only kept from the slasher top rung by its at times slowness. Attack of the Adult Babies (2017) (Horror Bites) A married man sets up an elaborate plot to retrieve an incriminating file of his from an exclusive retreat for adult babies. This is directed by Paddy from Emmerdale which was the primary reason I gave it a watch. And yes, this is a horror, of sorts! Lots of gore and an over-reliance on toilet humour. Thaila Zucchi spends the film dressed as a sexy nurse so it’s not all bad, even if most of it is. Curtains (1983) (YouTube) Six actresses auditioning for a movie role at the director’s remote mansion are targeted by a masked killer. I liked this. The haggard old woman mask is particularly creepy. Scream (1981) (YouTube) A party on some sort of outdoor adventure trip spend the night in an old ghost town where members of the group start to be killed off one by one. Like literally nothing happens bar the kills! Lousy film with lousy acting. Scream (1996) One year after Sidney Prescott’s mother is murdered more killings start to occur in the town of Woodsboro with Sidney herself becoming a target. The film that single handedly revived the slasher genre. Had to watch this after recently watching its awful 1981 namesake! And it’s still great. Scream 2 (1997) It’s the opening weekend of Stab, a movie based on the Woodsboro murders, and the killings start up again. Sidney, now at Windsor College, once more a target. During the film they joke about naming a sequel that is better than the original, and while this isn’t, it’s not far off it. Scream 3 (2000) The cast of Stab 3 start being killed, drawing Sidney out of her secluded rural life and off to Hollywood. The killer’s explanation for their motives is a lazy get out, giving the impression this one wasn’t originally planned. Parker Posey is funny as “Gale” but a big step behind the previous two. Scream 4 (2011) Sidney returns to Woodsboro to promote her new self-help book, just as a fresh batch of killings commence. The Prescotts are one dysfunctional family. It’s like we’re going around in circles though now and we’ve seen this all before. The Forest (1982) (YouTube) A man, who now lives as a hermit after murdering his cheating wife and her lover, kills hikers and campers for their meat while his dead children try to warn those he targets. There may be ghostly apparitions and cannibalism but it’s still another Friday 13th rip off. Cheap, bizarre and painfully bad. An American Werewolf in London (1981) Two U.S. backpackers get attacked by a werewolf on the Yorkshire Moors, one of them survives, but as a result whenever there is full moon he then turns into one himself. The transformation scene is incredible, as are the FX and make-up. Wasn’t sure whether this would be for me, turns out it was. Plus it has Brian Glover in it.
  6. Talking Heads - Wild Wild Life (1986)
  7. Angel (1984) Abandoned by her parents, Molly goes to school by day but moonlights as a prostitute on Hollywood Boulevard by night, however soon becomes the target of a vicious killer. Surprisingly sweet film, if a bit exploitative, featuring an eccentric cast of characters. A strong 7 out of 10. Mississippi Burning (1988) After three Civil Rights activists go missing in the heart of KKK country, the FBI are called in to investigate but are met with hostility and contempt. Upsetting in places, moreso on discovering this was loosely based on real events. Brilliant, must watch film. Gene Hackman and Frances McDormand are amazing. Intrusion (2021) A married couple’s newly built home is targeted by intruders, but when the wife discovers a local girl is missing she starts to wonder if there is more to the targeting than first thought. Watchable Netflix mystery thriller. Not a world beater, but not a stinker either. Unsane (2018) (All 4) A woman believes she is being stalked and ends up getting involuntarily sectioned to a mental institution. Is she or is it all in her head? The synopsis on All 4 made this sound an awful lot better than it is. Don’t waste your time. Ludicrous. Suddenly (1954) (YouTube) The President of the United States is due to stop off in the quiet town of Suddenly, however the FBI have been given the word that there is going to be an attempt on his life. I never knew what a fine actor Frank Sinatra was. A little cracker of a film and an eerie foreshadowing of the Kennedy assassination. Beckett (2021) Whilst holidaying in Greece, a U.S. tourist accidentally kills his girlfriend in a car accident but at the same time stumbles on seeing something he shouldn’t have and becomes the target of a manhunt. Started so promising but a certain thing being involved was one step to far for me. Straightheads (2007) (All 4) A couple are viciously attacked one night by a gang of men. When the woman spots one of the gang months later, she becomes intent on getting her revenge. Gillian Anderson is excellent although not so sure on her and Danny Dyer as a couple. Brutal revenge thriller that does what it says on the tin. Do the Right Thing (1989) Racial tensions boil over in a small Brooklyn neighbourhood. Awesome musical opening, highly powerful, shocking finale and in between you’re drawn into the neighbourhood as you get to know everyone who resides there. Great film and Danny Aiello is exceptional. Mean Johnny Barrows (1976) (YouTube) Dishonourably discharged from the military, Johnny Barrows (eventually) takes a job working as a Hitman for an Italian mob family. Terribly paced with too much time spent watching the down-on-his-luck Barrows just walk the streets to some funky sounds. Fight scenes are comically bad. Poor. Rise of the Footsoldiers: Origins (2021) The story of Tony Tucker, who on returning from the Falklands goes on to become a major player in the Essex underworld. It’s not winning any awards but if you like geezers, violence, drugs and lots of bad language you’ll like this. The 50-year old Terry Stone playing 20-something Tony Tucker is a sight for sure!
  8. First episode on Channel 4 was definitely the 9 January show. I'm almost certain that the December episodes never aired in the UK either.
  9. The Nick Bockwinkel vs Curt Hennig one hour draw from the AWA in November 1986. Bockwinkel is a couple weeks shy of his 52nd birthday here.
  10. Watched a few more Hitchcock movies (think I'm upto six) and To Catch a Thief is the first one that I wouldn't actively recommend. Frenzy on the other hand is excellent! The 39 Steps (1935) Wrongly wanted for a murder he didn’t commit, Richard Hannay goes on the run from the police and the killers of the spy who he was trying to help. Robert Donat as Hannay is outstanding. The political speech scene is incredible and the ending is top draw, pulling everything together. Genius stuff! Also was nice to see John Laurie in something from before his Dad's Army days. To Catch a Thief (1955) (BBC iPlayer) Following a spate of thefts, a retired jewel thief is forced to catch the imposter himself to prove he hasn’t returned to his former ways. Only gets going about 70 minutes in and more a love story than anything. The first Hitchcock film I wouldn’t recommend. The French Riviera setting is stunning. Frenzy (1972) A serial killer is on the loose in London, raping and then murdering the women with his neck tie. Everything about this is first rate. Top level script, storytelling, performances, plenty of suspense, even throwing in a bit of comedy. I was yelling at Babs not to go back with ___! Excellent film.
  11. I've sold a bunch of stuff through PMs and kept meaning to put the list on here but never got around to it. 50p a disc plus postage. All are DVD-R's and if anyone is interested in anything get in touch. Cheers AWA TV 1986 (28 discs) DVDVR Top 20 Lucha Matches of the '90s (6 discs) ECW on TNN (30 discs) Jerry Lawler's Memphis Wrestling (6 discs) 06.12.10-07.17.10 Memphis TV 1980 (37 discs - quality varies) Memphis TV 1981 (30 discs quality varies) Mid-South House Shows Mid-South House Show #2 & #4 Mid-South House Show #3 & #5 Mid-South House Show #8 & #13 Mid-South House Show #11 & #12 Mid-South House Show #14 & #20 Mid-South House Show #24A & #25 Mid-South House Show #27 & #30 Mid-South House Show #29 & #35 Mid-South House Show #32 Mid-South House Show #33 & #34 Mid-South House Show #36 & #39 Mid-South House Show #42 & #44 Mid-South House Show #45 & #46 Mid-South House Show #47 & #53 Mid-South House Show #49 & #84 Mid-South House Show #51 & #54 Mid-South House Show #54 Mid-South House Show #55 & #57 Mid-South House Show #58 & #66A Mid-South House Show #63 & #64 Mid-South House Show #72 & #74 Mid-South House Show #75 & #77 Mid-South House Show #78 & #85 Mid-South House Show #81 & #86 Mid-South House Show #88 & #93 Mid-South Houston TV (8 discs) NWA Power Hour 1990 (24 discs) NWA Pro & Worldwide 01.02.88-05.28.88 (22 discs) NWA Pro & Worldwide Wrestling 01.02.88 NWA Pro & Worldwide Wrestling 01.09.88 NWA Pro & Worldwide Wrestling 01.16.88 NWA Pro & Worldwide Wrestling 01.23.88 NWA Pro & Worldwide Wrestling 01.30.88 NWA Pro & Worldwide Wrestling 02.06.88 NWA Pro & Worldwide Wrestling 02.13.88 NWA Pro & Worldwide Wrestling 02.20.88 NWA Pro & Worldwide Wrestling 02.27.88 NWA Pro & Worldwide Wrestling 03.05.88 NWA Pro & Worldwide Wrestling 03.12.88 NWA Pro & Worldwide Wrestling 03.19.88 NWA Pro & Worldwide Wrestling 03.26.88 NWA Pro & Worldwide Wrestling 04.02.88 NWA Pro & Worldwide Wrestling 04.09.88 NWA Pro 04.16.88 NWA Pro & Worldwide Wrestling 04.23.88 NWA Pro & Worldwide Wrestling 04.30.88 NWA Pro & Worldwide Wrestling 05.07.88 NWA Pro & Worldwide Wrestling 05.14.88 NWA Pro & Worldwide Wrestling 05.21.88 NWA Pro & Worldwide Wrestling 05.28.88 OVW Summer Sizzler Series 2008 (8 discs) Pro Wrestling This Week (26 discs) 06.27.87-03.26.88 USWA TV 1995 (26 discs) WCW Main Event 1991 (25 discs) WCW Main Event 1992 (27 discs) WCW Main Event 1995 (23 discs) WCW Monday Nitro 1995 (9 discs, upgraded set) WCW Monday Nitro 1996 (42 discs, upgraded set) WCW Monday Nitro 2000 (49 discs) WCW Power Hour 1992 (26 discs) WCW Prime '95 - '96 (41 discs) WCW Pro 1996 (23 discs) WCW Saturday Night 1992 (50 discs) WCW Saturday Night 1994 (52 discs, upgraded set) WCW Saturday Night 1996 (41 discs) WCW Thunder 2001 (12 discs) WCW Worldwide Wrestling 1994 (29 discs) WWF Championship Wrestling 1985 (U.S. Broadcast) (26 discs) WWF Championship Wrestling 1986 (17 discs) WWF Sunday Night Heat 1999 (27 discs) WWF Superstars of Wrestling 1987 (26 discs) WWF Superstars of Wrestling 1989 (26 discs) WWF Superstars of Wrestling 1992 (26 discs) WWF TV 1996-97 (28 discs) WWF Wrestling Challenge 1986 (8 discs) WWF Classics (U.K.) version WWF Wrestling Challenge 1991 (26 discs) WWF 1970s house shows WWWF 06.30.73 MSG, NY (24/7) WWWF 04.14.75 MSG, NY (24/7) WWWF 02.02.76 MSG, NY (24/7) WWWF 03.01.76 MSG, NY (24/7) WWWF 08.07.76 MSG, NY (24/7) WWWF 06.27.77 MSG, NY (24/7, 2 discs) WWWF 08.29.77 MSG, NY (24/7) WWWF 09.26.77 MSG, NY (24/7, 2 discs) WWWF 03.25.78 Philadelphia Spectrum (24/7) WWWF 10.23.78 MSG, NY (24/7) WWF 03.26.79 MSG, NY (MSG Network) WWF 07.21.79 Philadelphia Spectrum, PA WWF 07.30.79 MSG, NY WWF 09.24.79 MSG, NY WWF 10.22.79 MSG, NY WWF 11.17.79 Philadelphia Spectrum, PA (Prism) WWF 12.17.79 MSG, NY (24/7) The Wire (23 discs - TV show) 666 on Samurai TV 03.14.08 (taped 02.14.08) 70's Knoxville AAA 05.15.05 Triplemania XIII (2 discs) AAA 07.15.07 Triplemania XV (2 discs) AAA 08.16.07 Toluca AAA 10.07.07 'En Memoria de Antonio Pena' (2 discs) AAA 11.30.07 Guerre De Titanes (2 discs) AAA 01.19.08 Guanajuato AAA 03.16.08 Rey De Reyes (2 discs) AAA Triplemania 16 (2 discs) AAA 02.07.09 Tlaxcala AAA 03.15.09 Rey de Reyes (2 discs) AAA 04.10.09 Neza AAA 06.06.10 Triplemania 18 (3 discs) ALF 07.11.08 Declaration D'Independance II (2 discs) ALF 11.14.08 'Sherri Martel Memorial Cup' (2 discs) All-Star Handheld 03.14.01 AJW New Classics #1 & #2 AJW New Classics #3 & #4 AJW New Classics #5 & #6 (11.20.07 & 12.18.07) AJW New Classics #7 & #8 AJW New Classics #9 & #10 (03.18.08 & 04.15.08) AJW New Classics #11 & #12 AJW New Classics #13 & #14 AJW New Classics #15 & #16 AJW New Classics #17 & #18 AJW New Classics #19 & #20 (10.21.08 & 11.18.08) AJW New Classics #23 & #24 (02.17.09 & 03.17.09) AJW New Classics #25 & #26 (04.20.09 & 05.19.09) AJW New Classics #35 & #36 (01.18.10 & 02.15.10) AJW New Classics #45 & #46 (11.21.10 & 12.18.10) Best of Premier Promotions Big Japan TV #9 & #10 Botchamania (YouTube conversion, 7 discs) British Wrestling #1 (old stuff) Classic American Pro Wrestling vol. 1 'Wrestling Champions from Chicago and Mil Mascaras & Chavo Guerrero special' Classic American Pro Wrestling vol. 8 'Shohei Baba, Terry Funk & The Von Erichs and Verne Gagne, Da Crusher & Bill Miller' Classic Memphis from TWC #01 - #17 (9 discs) Complete Inoki 8 (2 discs) CWA (Handheld) 06.28.92 Wallingford, CT CWA Memphis (Handheld) 07.09.89 Nashville, TN CWA Memphis (Handheld) 07.10.89 Jonesboro, AR CWE 03.18.07 Vindication (Gargano/Justin Idol, Castagnoli/Arik Cannon, Hero/Sterling James Keenan) CWE 04.15.07 One Step Closer (Kingston/Jigsaw, Xion/Hero, Castagnoli/M-Dogg, Sweeney & Keenan/Kingston & The Bouncer) CWUSA (Handheld) 10.01.94 CZW 06.08.02 Best of the Best 2 (2 discs) ECW 06.24.94 Hostile City Showdown '94 (NTSC) ECW TV Classics vol. 9 ECW TV Classics vol. 10 ECW TV Classics vol. 11 ECW TV Classics vol. 12 (12.21.93 - 01.04.94) ECW TV Classics vol. 13 (01.18.94 - 01.25.94) EWA (UK) St Valentines Day Massacre EWA (UK) Ultra Kaos Fight Sports Midwest - Chapter One (2 discs) 03.17.07 Fight Sports Midwest - Chapter Two (2 discs) 05.11.07 Film & TV - Chris Benoit Fox News Stories (4 discs) Film & TV - Haywire (w/ Gina Carano) Film & TV - Heroes of World Class Film & TV - Insane Fight Club Film & TV - Justin Lee Collins: The Wrestler Film & TV - Louis Theroux’s Weird Weekends (WCW Power Plant) Film & TV - No Hold's Barred: Ultimate Edition (2 discs) Film & TV - Ore Film & TV - The Backyard Film & TV - The Fit Finlays Film & TV - The Unreal Story of Pro Wrestling (DVD Rip) Film & TV - The Wrestler (DVD Screener) Florida Houseshows 10.86 FMW 10.06.89 FWA Wrestlexpress George Mayfield 2008 Japan Tour GLCW Milwaukee 1998 (incl. Cactus Jack) Hammerlock 1995 (2 discs) Hammerlock 1996 (6 discs) Highlights Feb - Mar '90 Howard Stern TV 02.06.08 Tito Ortiz & Jenna Jameson ICW (Al Snow) 04.02.94 Lima, OH plus Sabu vs Funk bonus ICW (Poffo) Episode 06 ICW (Poffo) Episode 31 ICW 1988 & FNN Bruiser Brody Tribute IWA Japan King of the Death Matches 1995 (2 discs, PAL, VHS conversion) IWAS 10.22.93 (2 discs) IWCCW TV Mid-'91 & TWA Gilbert-Cactus IWS Blood, Sweat & Beers 09.22.07 (3 discs) Japan Digest 1969 Japan Digest 1971 Japan Digest 1975 Open League Japan TV 11.20.88 & 11.26.88 Japan TV 03.05.94 & 03.06.94 King's Road 02.05.06 Lynch’s Classic Films Lynch's Memphis #2 (2 discs) Lynch's Memphis #4 (2 discs) Lynch's Memphis #8 (3 discs) Lynch's Memphis #9 (2 discs) Lynch's Memphis #10 (2 discs) Lynch's Memphis #13 (2 discs) Lynch's Memphis #16 (2 discs) Lynch's Memphis #19A (2 discs) Memphis TV Masters vol. 1 - 6 (6 discs) Memphis TV February 2007 (2 discs) Mid-Atlantic (Handheld) 1981 #6 (Buffalo, NY - two shows) Mid-Atlantic Final Conflict Mid-Atlantic Road to Greensboro Mid-Atlantic Late Spring '85 vol. 1 Mid-Atlantic Superstar USA Championship Wrestling Mid-South Giants. Midgets, Heroes & Villains Mid-South TV #3 (12.30.81 & 01.14.82) Mid-South TV #5 (02.04.82 & 02.10.82) Mid-South TV #6 (02.18.82 & 03.11.82) Mid-South TV #8 (03.18.82 & 03.25.82) Mid-South TV #9 (04.01.82 & 04.09.82) Mid-South TV #10 Mid-South TV #11 Mid-South TV #12 Mid-South TV #13 Mid-South TV #15 Mid-South TV #16 Mid-South TV #17 Mid-South TV #18 Mid-South TV #19 (08.26.82 & 09.09.82) Mid-South TV #20 Mid-South TV #21 Mid-South TV #22 Mid-South TV #23 Mid-South TV #24 Mid-South TV #25 Mid-South TV #26 Mid-South TV #27 Mid-South TV #28 Mid-South TV #29 Mid-South TV #30 Mid-South TV #31 Mid-South TV #32 Mid-South TV #33 (03.17.83 & 03.24.83) Mid-South TV #34 (03.31.83 & 04.08.83) Mid-South TV #38 (05.26.83 & 06.02.83) Mid-South TV #39 (06.09.83 & 06.16.83) Mid-South TV #41 (07.07.83 & 07.14.83) Mid-South TV #48 (10.13.83 & 10.20.83) Mid-South TV #49 (10.27.83 & 11.03.83) Mid-South TV #51 Mid-South TV #52 Mid-South TV #53 Mid-South TV #54 Mid-South TV #58 (03.09.84 - 03.16.84) Mid-South TV #59 (03.23.84 - 03.30.84) Mid-South TV #61 Mid-South TV #62 (05.04.84 - 05.11.84) Mid-South TV #63 Mid-South TV #64 Mid-South TV #65 Mid-South TV #66 Mid-South TV #67 Mid-South TV #69 Mid-South TV #70 Mid-South TV #72 Mid-South TV #73 Mid-South TV #74 Mid-South TV #76 Mid-South TV #77 Mid-South TV #80 Mid-South TV #81 Mid-South TV #82 Mid-South TV #84 Mid-South TV #86 Mid-South TV #88 Mid-South TV #90 Mid-South TV #91 Mid-South TV #94 Mid-South TV #96 Mid-South TV #98 Mid-South TV #99 Mid-South TV #100 Mid-South/UWF Power Pro Wrestling 12.29.85 & 01.05.86 Bix Mid-South/UWF Power Pro Wrestling #83 & #84 01.12.86 & 01.19.86 Bix Mid-South/UWF Power Pro Wrestling #88 & #89 02.16.86 & 02.23.86 Bix Mid-South/UWF Power Pro Wrestling #90 & #91 03.02.86 & 03.09.86 Bix Mid-South/UWF Power Pro Wrestling #97 & #98 04.20.86 & 04.27.86 Bix Mid-South/UWF Power Pro Wrestling 06.22.86 & 06.29.86 Bix Mid-South/UWF Power Pro Wrestling 07.06.86 & 07.13.86 Bix Mid-South/UWF Power Pro Wrestling 07.20.86 & 07.27.86 Bix Mid-South/UWF Power Pro Wrestling 08.03.86 & 08.10.86 Bix Mid-South/UWF Power Pro Wrestling 08.17.86 & 08.24.86 Bix Mid-South/UWF Power Pro Wrestling 10.26.86 & 11.02.86 Bix Mid-South/UWF Power Pro Wrestling 11.09.86 & Pro Wrestling USA 06.85 Bix Mid-South/UWF Power Pro Wrestling 11.23.86 & 11.30.86 Bix Mid-South/UWF Power Pro Wrestling 12.07.86 & 12.14.86 Bix Mid-South/UWF Power Pro Wrestling 01.11.87 & 01.18.87 Bix Mid-South/UWF Power Pro Wrestling #124 Mid-South/UWF Power Pro Wrestling #126 (11.03.86) Mid-South/UWF Power Pro Wrestling #127 (11.10.86) Mid-South/UWF Power Pro Wrestling #128 (11.18.86) Mid-South/UWF Power Pro Wrestling #129 (11.25.86) Mid-South/UWF Power Pro Wrestling #133 (12.22.86) Mid-South/UWF Power Pro Wrestling #134 (12.29.86) Mid-South/UWF Power Pro Wrestling #136 (01.13.87) Mid-South/UWF Power Pro Wrestling #138 (01.27.87) Mid-South/UWF Power Pro Wrestling #139 (02.02.87) Mid-South/UWF Power Pro Wrestling #140 (02.13.87) Mid-South/UWF Power Pro Wrestling #142 (02.20.87) Mid-South/UWF Power Pro Wrestling #143 (03.03.87) Mid-South/UWF Power Pro Wrestling #144 (03.10.87) Mid-South/UWF Power Pro Wrestling #145 (03.17.87) Mid-South/UWF Power Pro Wrestling 07.18.87 Mid-South/UWF Power Pro Wrestling 07.25.87 Mid-South/UWF Power Pro Wrestling 08.08.87 Mid-South Promo Reels A (send B as a freebie) NEW 03.25.06 Wrestlefest X NEW 08.25.07 Heatwave New England Indy (Handheld) 11.01.92 New Korea Pro Wrestling #1 NEWF (Handheld) 08.14.93 NJPW TV 1978 (2 discs) NJPW TV 11.15.97 & 11.22.97 NJPW TV 12.13.97 & 12.20.97 NJPW PPV 01.04.07 (2 discs) Nosawa 'Genome' on Samurai TV 12.10.06 NWA Main Event 04.03.88 - 04.10.88 NWA Main Event 04.17.88 - 04.24.88 NWA Main Event 05.01.88 NWA Main Event 05.08.88 - 05.15.88 NWA Main Event 05.22.88 - 05.29.88 NWA Main Event 08.14.88 NWA Main Event 08.28.88 NWA Main Event 10.23.88 NWA Main Event 10.30.88 NWA Main Event 12.11.88 NWA Main Event 01.15.89 NWA Main Event 01.22.89 NWA Main Event 01.29.89 NWA Main Event 02.05.89 NWA Main Event 11.26.89 NWA TV 12.31.78 NWA TV 08.06.83 - 08.13.83 NWA TV October 1983 NWA TV August 1984 NWA World Championship Wrestling 04.13.85 NWA World Championship Wrestling 04.20.85 NWA World Championship Wrestling 04.27.85 NWA World Championship Wrestling 05.04.85 NWA World Championship Wrestling 05.11.85 NWA World Championship Wrestling 05.18.85 NWA World Championship Wrestling 05.25.85 NWA World Championship Wrestling 10.12.85 (24/7) NWA World Championship Wrestling 10.26.85 (24/7) NWA World Championship Wrestling 01.04.86 NWA World Championship Wrestling & Worldwide 08.09.86 NWA World Championship Wrestling 07.19.86 & Worldwide 07.26.86 NWA World Championship Wrestling 08.02.86 NWA World Championship Wrestling 08.30.86 NWA Worldwide Wrestling 04.84 - 06.84 (2 discs) NWA Worldwide Wrestling 01.05.85 & 01.12.85 NWA Worldwide Wrestling 01.19.85 & 01.26.85 NWA Worldwide Wrestling 02.02.85 & 02.09.85 NWA Worldwide Wrestling 07.12.86 & 07.19.86 NWA Worldwide Wrestling 08.16.86 NWA Worldwide Wrestling 08.23.86 NWA Worldwide Wrestling 08.30.86 NWA Bluegrass Brawl Boogie Bash 2004 NWA (Indy) 04.17.93 Grandslam I NWA (Indy) 11.19.94 NWA Title Tournament (2 discs) NWA OVW vol. 1 - 4 (4 discs) NWF Scar Wars 1988
  12. New year, new thread. Actor Mark Eden, best known to a generation as Alan Bradley off Coronation Street and who in real life was married to co-star Sue Nicholls (Audrey), has passed away at the age of 92.
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