NOTE to NON-MEMBERS: Interested in joining the SHERDOG MOVIE CLUB? Shoot me a PM for more info! Here's a quick list of all movies watched by the SMC. Or if you prefer, here's a more detailed examination. Due to Bullitt and europe switching weeks, we're now back to europe's nominations! First time since Week 88! I'm not doing anything special, just following my regular method. Films I haven't seen but want to see! Here are our candidates! Race With the Devil (1975) Director: Jack Starrett Stars: Peter Fonda, Warren Oates, Loretta Swit Premise: Two couples vacationing together in an R.V. from Texas to Colorado are terrorized after they witness a murder during a Satanic ritual. Why europe1 picked it: I have long suspected that the entire population of Texas is secretly worshipping the devil. Now, because of Race With the Devil, I can finally discover if that is true or not! Five Element Ninjas (1982) Director: Chang Cheh Stars: Tien-Chi Cheng, Tien Hsiang Lung, Meng Lo Premise: A young martial artist seeks revenge on the Ninja who kills his martial arts brothers and teacher. He finds help in the form of a new teacher (who knows Ninjitsu) and new brothers. Together the four pupils face the Five Element Ninja challenge: Wood, Earth, Gold, Water, and Fire. Why europe1 picked it: It was this or The Lady From Shanghai. I guess UFC 229 just got my blood all riled up. Chang Cheh is the master of classical Martial Arts movies. This one is highly regarded -- but I haven't seen it. Deep Cover (1992) Director: Bill Duke Stars: Laurence Fishburne, Jeff Goldblum, Lira Angel Premise: A black uniformed policeman is recruited by a devious drug enforcement agent to infiltrate a smuggling organization seeking to expand into designer drugs. This 'ugly side of the war on drugs' explores the context of race, identity and hypocrisy within a brutal and alienating investigation. Why europe1 picked it: No real reason for this one. I've seen snippets of it and the movie looks awesome. Zulu (1964) Director: Cy Endfield Stars: Stanley Baker, Jack Hawkins, Ulla Jacobsson Premise: Outnumbered British soldiers do battle with Zulu warriors at Rorke's Drift. Why europe1 picked it: @the muntjac thought he was sooo clever when he tried having the club banned by nominating Boss Athletic & Explosive several weeks ago. His scheme might have failed, but how about a movie about British Imperialism in Africa? Will that do the trick? Seriously though, I've always heard that Zulu was one of the better war-movies around, and one of the most historically accurate (which peaks my interest). I've seen the sequel too (Zulu Dawn) and that was quite a good one. Members: @europe1 @MusterX @Scott Parker 27 @the muntjac @Cubo de Sangre @sickc0d3r @FrontNakedChoke @AndersonsFoot @Tufts @Coolthulu @Yotsuya @jei @LHWBelt @moreorless87 @ArtemV @Bullitt68 @HenryFlower @Rimbaud82 @Deus Ex Machina The top 5 theme is... uhh... damit we're running out of topics! "The Best and the Worst film of your Top 5/10 favorite directors!"