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It's called Night of the Creeps.


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Possibly the movie Parasite (1982) There is a very vivid scene (probably the most remembered in the film) where a parasite drips down from the ceiling. It's most remembered because of the 3-D effect (the movie was released in 3-D in theaters), which was incredibly creepy. I can vouch for that; I remember seeing this in a theater. Here's the trailer: ...


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I think you're after the Alien rip-off Proteus from 1995. Group of heroin smugglers finds shelter on abandoned oil rig after their ship had exploded. Soon they find that the oil rig was just cover for biological experiment. One of the results is Charlie - shape-shifting monster with ability to absorb the memory of its victims. However, even such ...


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Sounds like Bad Ronald from 1974. A shy teenager accidentally kills a mocking peer's equally mocking younger sibling, and his mother helps him hide in a spare room in their house. Problems arise when the mother goes for an operation and dies, and the house is sold to a new family, with the teen still living inside. It was American, though, not British. ...


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This sounds a lot like Road to Ruin from 1991, starring Peter Weller. As I recall, he wants to see if a woman he meets is only after his money, so he enlists the help of his business partner to transfer his wealth. Hilarity then ensues. Here's a synopsis from Rotten Tomatoes: A rich American playboy falls for a woman in Paris but before tying the knot, ...


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The movie is When a Stranger Calls(1979), or When a Stranger Rings(UK) and remade in 2006.


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Reminds me of Commando with Arnold Schwarzenegger. A retired elite Black Ops Commando launches a one man war against a group of South American criminals who have kidnapped his daughter to blackmail him into starting a revolution and getting an exiled dictator back into power.


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This is "Le prince du Pacifique", AKA "The Prince of Pearl Island", AKA "The Prince of Pearl". Per Rotten Tomatoes A stuffy French military man is transformed into a legendary Polynesian warrior in this light comic adventure tale. Capt. Alfred de Morsac (Thierry Lhermitte) is a French naval officer who, after distinguishing himself in battle ...



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