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On this episode of FURTHER REEDING, Oliver Reed and Amanda Donohoe have only gone and got themselves stranded on a desert island and have to survive, but – GET THIS – they did it on purpose in Nicolas Roeg’s CASTAWAY from 1986. Based on a bizarre true story, it involves a whole lot of nudity and Oliver Reed acting like a maniac so you know we had to talk about it. Sadly, it’s a bit hard to track down (unless you write the title and year of release into YouTube), so you’ll just have to listen to us describe it and try to use your imagination to picture all the nudity. ENJOY!

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Vic Diaz is a character actor often referred to as “The Filipino Peter Lorre” and best known for his appearances in the Roger Corman-produced Philippines-lensed exploitation films of the 1970s. On WHATEVER HAPPENED TO VIC DIAZ?, Liam and Doug dig deep into the talented performer’s career, examining his films and – in turn – the evolution of the Filipino film industry.

Our first episode focuses on the controversial women-in-prison film THE BIG BIRD CAGE!

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On our next episode, we’ll be looking at 1988’s WHITEFORCE, which can be watched on Tubi right here.