Gali the Alligator

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  1. Graeme

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    Have him do a search on Gomek, biggest damn lizard I ever saw. He was in the St.Augustine Croc farm, he died but what a huge beast he was..
     
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    Hi Graeme,

    >My 10 year old son is constantly googling for two of his favourite subjects, low budget horror movies and crocodiles/alligators.

    There is a great story by Kipling your son sure would enjoy: "The Undertakers" from the Second Jungle Book. The main story line is narrated by the man-eating monster crocodile of Mugger-Ghat ...

    Not too much splatter but a lot of suspense ;)

    (Kipling's Jungle Book is quite a bit more violent than Disney's. No surprise, I guess!)

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    :lol: Ditto!!
     
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    Sadly HoHun, I've failed as a parent! This was his latest selection from Blockbuster this evening...

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    Razorback!! Now there's a great movie! :cool:
     
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    Yeah it was a 'big' movie for Australia back then Wildcat, with a lot of famous Australian actors involved. Of course this DVD has been 'Digitally Remastered' and includes special features, such as "Grisly deleted extras."
     
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    Now Graeme...are these really for your Son?
     
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    Gali is hilarious :lol:
     
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    Yep, I'm guilty of renting that DVD aswell! ;)
    Now if your son hasen't already seen it, I can recommend "Tremors", one of my favourite monster flicks as a kid. Otherwise get him into the classics such as "Them!" or "Trantula". Both great movies IMO :D
     
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    Thanks for the tips Wildcat. My older sons have been watching the Tremors series for years and they purchased the 4-Disc set last year. I think they ranked the first one with Kevin Bacon as the best.

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    Hi Graeme,

    >Sadly HoHun, I've failed as a parent! This was his latest selection from Blockbuster this evening...

    Somehow, this selection reminds me of the "Calvin and Hobbes" comics ... :)

    "Tarantula" is a good recommendation ... I like most of the old Jack Arnold films, he's really a master of suspense within the B feature format.

    Jack Arnold - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    He also produced two or three stereoscopic movies, includic the classic "Creature from the Black Lagoon".

    Creature from the Black Lagoon - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Wonder if there is a DVD with the stereoscopic version available today ... and how I could view it in stereo! :)

    Regards,

    Henning (HoHun)
     
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