Linda Blair (Favorite non-Exorcist movie)

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Favorite Linda Blair Film (excluding The Exorcist movies)

  1. Hell Night (1981)

    33 vote(s)
    47.8%
  2. Chained Heat (1983)

    7 vote(s)
    10.1%
  3. Savage Streets (1984)

    24 vote(s)
    34.8%
  4. Red Heat (1985)

    1 vote(s)
    1.4%
  5. Grotesque (1988)

    1 vote(s)
    1.4%
  6. Witchery (1988)

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  7. The Chilling (1989)

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  8. Repossessed (1990)

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  9. Dead Sleep (1992)

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  10. Other (Specify)

    3 vote(s)
    4.3%
  1. satans-sadists

    satans-sadists Ghost

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    Hell Night is my favorite. I've been watching this every October as part of my month long horror marathon. I will watch Chained Heat in the very near future since my Women In Prison triple feature collection arrived in the mail this week.
     
  2. Demoni

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    Yes!!! HELL NIGHT
     
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    Always loved Savage Streets, Hell Night comes as a not so close second this time around...
     
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    Hell Night and the ever sexy Vincent Van Patten ftw!
     
  5. evildeadfan123

    evildeadfan123 Sam & Dean Winchester

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    Roller Boogie was good, Witchery was also good, but went with Hell Night.
     
  6. JGrendel

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    Yeah I had an incident just like that Ronnie.
     
  7. ronnie21

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    jgrendel>?? with her or someone else.. do tell??
     
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    Hell Night for me too. Savage Streets didn't leave much of an impression on me.
     
  9. allmessedup

    allmessedup It's beer time.

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    I like CHAINED HEAT the best of all of them.
     
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    I voted for "Savage Streets", but it really was a tie with "Hell Night".
     
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    I also went with Hell Night.
     
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    Airport 1975. When Helen Reddy as the guitar strumming nun sang "I Am a Best Friend to Myself" to her, she really brought the house down yo.

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    With Linda at a convention in June
     
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    so linda was rude to you too???
     
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    Wait a second, I met Linda at a horror festival in Tempe, AZ in 2007 or 2008... they did this thing where you could pay like $200 and do a meet and greet. She was extremely late and there was a screening of "The Exorcist" that we all had to make it to afterwards that everybody ended up being late too.

    BUT...

    I met with her and sat with her and visited for a while, she was very nice and she didn't have to spend as much time with me as she did. Her male assistant or liaison or whatever he was was a total bitch, but I made sure not to ask about The Exorcist because I remember reading an interview where she said she's sick of talking about that. I was dying to ask her about why she did women in prison movies, but I ended up getting all those answers during her commentary on the Third Strike edition of the Chained Heat / Red Heat dvd pack. Instead I brought in her book "Going Vegan" and it was like a golden ticket! She wasn't signing autographs until after the screening but she signed it, we talked about her dogs, she was very nice.

    I feel bad that she wasn't totally nice at the conventions, I'm sure they're taxing for the people who go and the celebrities who are there signing stuff. But she's not all bad, she's had a rough life, if I'm not mistaken her mom died around that time?? I think her priorities in life have changed to her animal rights work and less on movies (even though the movies are her bread and soy margarine spread).
     
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    Toss up between Hell Night and Savage Streets. So I had to watch both again. Savage Streets won out because of the boobage factor.
     
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    Yes but the reason she was nice to you was because you brought in her book & talked about her dogs. At the convention I went to in June, there was a couple in front of me who got free autographs because they talked about their pets or her causes. I don't have any pets (cause I don't have the time or the money & feel it's unfair to the animal/s because of it). I went & paid to get her autograph, I was also very complentary & gracious only for her to be very cold to me. I'm a fan of her work, I had a crush on her like every other guy on the block. I don't expect when I meet these people that they kiss my ass but is asking for alittle respect in return so much to ask for?
     
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    I only asked her what year she filmed hell night and she got all mean saying I DUNNNO KNOW. I felt like saying too many drugs uh!!!
     
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    That's my point exactly, I can see someone having a bad day, hey it happens... But as a fan who lives out of town & has to drive an hour just to get to the city let alone another hour just to get down to the convention site & then having to pay to get in & then having to pay for the autograph itself. All I'm asking for is just alittle respect when I stand in your line for yet another hour waiting my turn.
     
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    Really, was that an interesting question? I guess looking at the release date on the DVD cover wasn't an option? Granted, a celebrity should be cordial, but if you had person after person asking you inane non-sequiter questions, you might get testy too. Now, had she said "1980", what would your response have been?

    sorry, don't mean to jump down your throat there, but I've witnessed plenty of celebrities having to fend off hordes of amorous fans. I know none of those fans would consider themselves rude, but rude they were. Sometimes you have to just give a celebrity space. Get your autograph, say "thank you", and move on.
     

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