Ten Commandments, I didn't really want to watch it but in the early days of the VHS revolution pickings where slim but soon the titles began to come thick and fast (mostly thanks to Mr Kennedy and his dubious connections) and so Moses Heston was quickly followed by Gregory's Girl and Dawn of the Dead and a never ending procession of flicks that never seemed to make it to the Odeon Cinema but made a lasting impression on the younger me and in some cases remain firm favorites to this day.
5. SUMMER SCHOOL
Before Bill & Ted there was Chainsaw & Dave
4. WILD THING
An updated urban Tarzan flck that isn't half as bad as it should be.
3. The BRONX WARRIORS
A rip off of a few far better flicks of the same time but has a car crash quality that keeps you watching
Before the Korean's gave technology a supernatural twist Ron Howard's little brother Clint was using the might of a Commodore 64 to extract bloody vengeance on those foolish enough to cross him.
1. ONE CRAZY SUMMER.
A sequel of sorts to the better known Better Off Dead this was what I thought all my teenage summers would be like and in a small way I'm still waiting.....