Moodies - Every Good Boy Deserves Favour: underrated but those who consider it a disappointment aren't wrong in that it's a bit generic, the Moodies-by-Numbers. They can get away with it because hey, the Moody Blues formula is pretty damned good. Just looked up the tracklist and while there's not a lot distinctive, I thoroughly enjoyed this one when I went through the classic-seven-sans-Days while ago.
Jeff Beck - Truth: I think this is often compared to the first Led Zeppelin album as drugged-out bluesyish stuff from a former Yardbird; I prefer the Beck not just because Led Zep are overrated. Truth is a very limber album and isn't occasionally dragged down by its own weight (though Led Zep I does kick ass). Featuring a pre-suck Rod Stewart, who does a great job.
Alien and Aliens are totally different movies. The first is basically a slasher movie in space (the iconic creature-through-chest is the exception; the rest of the movie is slower-paced and darker). I kind of prefer the sequel, which is more of an action flick (with more of a plot).
The Exorcist - Liked it but didn't like it. It was too draining to give a second listen in the rental period but I do remember it being well-judged and well-told. Contains maybe the first popular Ouija board demon (if you follow George Noory at all you'll hear all about the evils of automatic writing and Ouija boards).
The Terminator, T2: Terminator 2 was a huge deal in its day, which is odd because the original is so much more little-known. I'd say I prefer the first to be edgy but we have a similar situation to Alien/Aliens here. The sequel is all-around better, I think. Good to see both.
The Princess Bride - #### yeah.
Just watch, there will be six movie posts in this thread to every music one.