NOTE to NON-MEMBERS: Interested in joining the SHERDOG MOVIE CLUB? Shoot me a PM for more info! Here's a quick list of all movies watched by the SMC. Or if you prefer, here's a more detailed examination. I have no idea what to say about the theme of Scott Parker 27's Nominations this week. It's such an eclectic mixture that it defies description. Never in my life did I think I would see a list that being with a freaking Elio Petri film, continues with the Hollywood boxing movie from 1979 that is not Rocky II, keeps going with Cockneys and Zombies, and then ends with the only film Eddie Murphy ever directed. Part of me speculates that he conjured this outlandish concoction just to boggle my brain. Here are out Candidates! Property is No Longer a Theft (1973) Director: Elio Petri Stars: Ugo Tognazzi, Flavio Bucci, Daria Nicolodi Premise: A bank cashier, who is literally allergic to money, quits his job after an armed robbery. He decides to start a new life, as a thief. He starts by targeting a popular former client, a butcher. But being a neurotic Marxist has its drawbacks. The Champ (1979) Director: Franco Zeffirelli Stars: Jon Voight, Faye Dunaway, Ricky Schroder Premise: A former boxer discovers that his biggest battle of all is going to be with his ex-wife, Annie, who returns after abandoning their young son seven years prior. Cockneys vs. Zombies (2012) Director: Matthias Hoene Stars: Rasmus Hardiker, Harry Treadaway, Michelle Ryan Premise: Cockneys vs Zombies is a movie starring Rasmus Hardiker, Harry Treadaway, and Michelle Ryan. A gang of bank robbers fight their way out of a zombie-infested London. Harlem Nights (1989) Director: Eddie Murphy Stars: Eddie Murphy, Richard Pryor, Redd Foxx Premise: During the 1930s, a New York City illegal gambling house owner and his associates must deal with strong competition, gangsters, and corrupt cops in order to stay in business. Members: @europe1 @MusterX @Scott Parker 27 @the muntjac @Cubo de Sangre @sickc0d3r @chickenluver @FrontNakedChoke @AndersonsFoot @Tufts @Coolthulu @Yotsuya @jei @Moretti @LHWBelt @PommyBen @DeusExMachida @ArtemV Scott Parker's Top Theme for this Week is "Top 5 B-Movies"