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Tonight they're all out to get the Warriors.

A battle of gigantic proportions is looming in the neon underground of New York City. The armies of the night number 100,000; they outnumber the police 5 to 1; and tonight they're after the Warriors - a street gang unfairly blamed for a rival gang leader's death.

This contemporary action-adventure story takes place at night, underground, in the sub-culture of gang warfare that rages from the Bronx to Coney Island Bay, as the Warriors desperately try to get back home. Members of the Warriors fight for their lives, seek to survive in the urban jungle and learn the meaning of loyalty.

'The Warriors - An Introduction': an on-camera intro by director Walter Hill about the new version of the film
'The Beginning - From Novel To Screen': conversations with novelist Sol Yurick, screenwriter Walter Hill and the producers discuss the challenges of getting the film made at Paramount
'The Battleground - Casting The Warriors': Walter Hill, cast members and others discuss casting, rehearsals and more
'The Warriors: The Phenomenon'
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#1
Top film and amazing picture quality for a film of this age (got mine a few years ago).
Although I don't like the cartoon transitions that have been added by the director in this new edition, would be better if you could turn them off and see the original version.

http://www.searchviews.com/wp-content/themes/clean-copy-full-3-column-1/images/warriors.jpg
#2
This has got to be one of the silliest films of all time and so dated it's untrue,I like the bit where the childrens entertainers are going round the tube station on rollerskates.Great find though if you are a fan of the film.
#3
Warriorrs come out to playyyy yaaa!
#4
£2.99 is a good price for a camp film
#5
A+ :thumbsup: One of the best films ever made, i've got it on blu-ray and it's fantastic, i did have it on dvd then soon as it came out on blu-ray i bought it and it's so much better.
#6
Brilliant film :thumbsup:
Don't feck with the baldies
#7
Swanny MX
Brilliant film :thumbsup:
Don't feck with the baldies



Isn't 'Don't feck with the baldies' from the film The wanders ?. Blinkin great film too......HMM now to find it on DVD !

'Don't Feck with the Wongs' :)
#8
Marcelino Sanchez, who played Rembrandt (the one who looked like a young Prince and was rubbish at fighting), died of HIV in 1986. And Deborah Van Valkenburgh was in "The Devils Rejects" (although I can't work out who she played).

Don't you love imdb.com?
#9
Can you dig it?
#10
Anyone played the game? i played it on the xbox tons of times, i couldn't get enough of it lol, i just wish it was on the ps3 as i don't play old xbox anymore.
#11
niceblokedave
Isn't 'Don't feck with the baldies' from the film The wanders ?. Blinkin great film too......HMM now to find it on DVD !

'Don't Feck with the Wongs' :)


You could well be right :-D
Both great films
#12
Let's get down to it, boppers
banned#13
Batman2
Top film and amazing picture quality for a film of this age (got mine a few years ago).
Although I don't like the cartoon transitions that have been added by the director in this new edition, would be better if you could turn them off and see the original version.

http://www.searchviews.com/wp-content/themes/clean-copy-full-3-column-1/images/warriors.jpg


Amazing Quality for a film this age LOL. The films only 30 years old. Its not like its nitrate and gonna disintegrate with vinegar syndrome. You should check out The General (1927) bluray to see amazing quality for an old film.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GmtXsWU9sEk
#14
Pachi
Amazing Quality for a film this age LOL. The films only 30 years old. Its not like its nitrate and gonna disintegrate with vinegar syndrome. You should check out The General (1927) bluray to see amazing quality for an old film.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GmtXsWU9sEk


So lots of films made in the last 30 years haven't degraded???

You should stop being such a film snob and a know it all when you clearly have very little to shout about on either front.
banned#15
trudiandsteve
So lots of films made in the last 30 years haven't degraded???

You should stop being such a film snob and a know it all when you clearly have very little to shout about on either front.


So I dont have little to shout about as a film snob or know it all. I take that as a compliment i as I would profess to being neither. Regarding your comment that films in the last 30 years can degrade, May I remind you that film stock has improved hugely since nitrate negatives (1940's) and acetate (1950s). Nowadays stock is polyester (since 1970's) which does not shrink or fade and will last for hundreds of years. The Idea that a film made in the last 30 years could have degraded could only have resulted from poor handling or the destruction of the negative or interpositive. Highly unlikely for a recent Hollywood studio film. Anyway, I suspect that with such a cinematic classic as this its has been selected for preservation in the National Film Registry for its "cultural, historical, or aesthetic significance"
#16
Pachi
So I dont have little to shout about as a film snob or know it all. I take that as a compliment i as I would profess to being neither. Regarding your comment that films in the last 30 years can degrade, May I remind you that film stock has improved hugely since nitrate negatives (1940's) and acetate (1950s). Nowadays stock is polyester (since 1970's) which does not shrink or fade and will last for hundreds of years. The Idea that a film made in the last 30 years could have degraded could only have resulted from poor handling or the destruction of the negative or interpositive. Highly unlikely for a recent Hollywood studio film. Anyway, I suspect that with such a cinematic classic as this its has been selected for preservation in the National Film Registry for its "cultural, historical, or aesthetic significance"


So you just profess to being a verbose bore who hasn't done his homework.

"So I dont have little to shout about as a film snob or know it all"

Do you or don't you? I suspect the latter.

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