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Tobe Hooper: A Retrospective

After reading Stuart Barr’s review of the bonkers 1985 film Lifeforce, a movie with the twin appeals of space vampires and a Patrick Stewart cameo, I decided I had to sample its lunacy for myself. 653 more words

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101 Films Movie Marathon 02 – Tobe Hooper

In our second movie marathon, we take a rare excursion into horror territory with a look back at some choice films from Tobe Hooper’s career. We begin with the chilling but brilliant… 27 more words

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LifeForce Compact EZ2 Colloidal Silver Generator Package

Looked upon as an excellent form of natural antibiotic, colloidal silver and several silver-based products are being promoted heavily by their manufacturers. All these are, but unproven health-related claims made by the producers of colloidal silver products. 346 more words

LifeForce Compact EZ1 Colloidal Silver Generator Package Systems

Colloidal silver, a liquid form of the metal silver, is presently the most in topic of discussion in the medicinal world. It’s just a safe and proven form of topical antibiotic to be warily used internally. 263 more words

LifeForce Set of 2 6 Colloidal Silver Generator Wires

Colloidal silver, a liquid form of the metal silver, is presently the most in topic of discussion in the medicinal world. It’s just a safe and proven form of topical antibiotic to be warily used internally. 240 more words

'Lifeforce' an oddball futuristic throwback

I still remember seeing “Lifeforce” in a theater in June 1985 and thinking, “What just happened?”

The movie – which opened the same weekend as sci-fi hit “Cocoon” and was quickly overshadowed by the triple threat of warm and fuzzy feelings, Steve Guttenberg and Wilford Brimley – was one of the most offbeat big-screen releases of the year. 334 more words

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Lifeforce: International Cut

I love this movie. It’s a mishmash of genres with wonderful special effects from the man behind Star Wars, John Dykstra. Tobe Hooper has openly said that this was his ode to Hammer & Quatermass films. 55 more words