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Gutted about Sid Haig. 

Rob Zombie movies are unwatchable nonsense - unless Sid was in them.

Annoyed that I'm going to have to watch 3 From Hell knowing that he's apparently only in it for about 5 minutes, 

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You know, Sid Haig had a sex scene in the Devil's Rejects with porn star Ginger Lynn. A legendary actress in her genre. She made her comeback to the industry off the back of her popularity in this movie, starring alongside James Deen. Deen was a popular male performer, who recently came under allegations of taking liberties with his female co-stars. The Huffington Post referred to Deen as the "Bill Cosby of porn". Lisa Bonet, a Cosby show cast member, told that same news outlet she "wasnt surprised" regarding Cosby's downfall. Post Cosby show Bonet is perhaps best known for her sex scene with Mickey Rourke, when she was 19 years old.

Mickey Rourke had previously starred in the film Barfly,  semi-autobiography of poet/author Charles Bukowski. He died in 1994, you know.

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7 hours ago, IANdrewDiceClay said:

Bonet is perhaps best known for her sex scene with Mickey Rourke, when she was 19 years old.

And I thought that scene in Angel Heart was fudged up even without that in mind.

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2nd movie should have been built around Tommy's 80s heel manager schtick. He should have taken over the Cobra Kai. He was such a mouthy little twat in that last scene wasnt he?

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Peter Sissons has said goodnight from me for the last time. His head was like a magic eye puzzle where if you stared long enough, he became a conehead. 

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On the back of one of the Day Today videos I had was the quote “Eat this, Sissons” so I always shouted it at the screen when he appeared. 

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It's a cracking song. It was one of the many songs we covered in the punk band I was in when I dropped out of Uni. We actually did it quite well, given that we'd usually only rehearse for about a week  before any gig.

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Ginger Baker has gone, aged 80. They weren’t together anywhere long enough, but his part in Cream’s work is some of the best drumming you could wish for. Part of the soundtrack of my teenage years.

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I went to one of the Cream reunion concerts in 2005 at the Albert Hall. I went the first night as knowing Ginger he might have fallen out with the Jack and Eric and there might not have been any more nights.

The transformation in him over the course of the gig was amazing. To go from him virtually shuffling onto the stage looking like an old man at the beginning to jumping over the drum kit at the end was spectacular. One of the greatest drummers of all time, and definitely the most argumentative, considering his life long battle with addiction 80 is a great innings. 

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16 minutes ago, jazzygeofferz said:

Peter Sissons passed away yesterday as well.

Again?! 

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