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Alexander from the movie when he is tormenting his roommate. I run in cyclesand right now I'd rather be entertained, so I've been picking up a bunch of DVD's that I can enjoy on an entertainment if I run into Gimpwell that's a plus.

He actually does a pretty good impersonation, as he did in a Season 5 repeat that aired on Friday night (with music from A Clockwork Orange playing in the background). Plus .75 cents a DVD (on some) I can get quite a few.

The addition of the water from above, sets off the victim who gets separated from her sisters, nicely. It's funny, I thought A Bell from Hell had been reviewed before but I didn't see anything in the Reviews section.

Certainly, it has been discussed here before and many people would agree with you that it is a classic.

That hasn't stopped it from being an issue that some grab onto for their own reasons and this is why it's practically disappeared from the mainstream media. Haven't heard anyone mention here mention the TV series "Machines of Malice" which is playing on the Discovery Channel up here.

For most producers, it just isn't worth the risk of having your movie condemned publicly. I've seen four or five episodes over the last two seasons.

That's why I've gone back to the written word that leaves nothing... Reading what I've written on one screen while watching ZFX on another is my version of multi-tasking heaven. Anyway, I have noticed the guys on the show have a real fondness for A Clockwork Orange.

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In some small part, it is the result of media depictions of violence of all types that provoke thought and intelligent discussion which brings about a change in attitude in general society.

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As the movie starts, they are discussing whether to leave the kidnapped girl, played by Jennifer Ellison the truck of the car or bring her inside while they make their ransom demands.

They even have the cute Michelle Boyd as one of the scientists.