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3 things about Terence Fisher’s THE DEVIL’S BRIDE (aka THE DEVIL RIDES OUT)

The Devil’s Bride [1968] 1. “Don’t look at its eyes!” 2. Spider and girl. 3. Time travel!

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3 things about Merian C. Cooper & Ernest B. Schoedsack’s KING KONG

King Kong [1933] 1. Jawbreaking. 2. The $20 ticket to see the beast is equivalent to about $388 today. 3. He examines the bullethole in his chest, the blood on his fingers.

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3 things about Werner Herzog’s INTO THE INFERNO

Into the Inferno [2016] 1. Chicken Church. 2. After an explosion, never turn your back on the crater. Look up for volcanic bombs. 3. “This boiling mass is just monumentally indifferent to scurrying roaches, retarded reptiles, and vapid humans alike.”

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3 things about David Lynch’s WILD AT HEART

Wild at Heart [1990] 1. Flickering flame light fixtures in the motel room. 2. “I’ve got sticky stuff in my hair.” 3. Multiple car accidents. 3 other things.

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3 things about Eric Weston’s EVILSPEAK

Evilspeak [1981] 1. “I hope we have the financial resources to do right by him.” “Oh, I’m sure you will, Colonel. I’ll have a talk with the Senator tonight. He’s very big on military causes, especially tax-exempt ones.” 2. Speed … Continue reading

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3 things about Jayne Loader & Kevin Rafferty & Pierce Rafferty’s THE ATOMIC CAFE

The Atomic Cafe [1982] 1. Sign: “If you wouldn’t tell Stalin, don’t say it!” 2. James Gregory (Senator Iselin from The Manchurian Candidate) as a patriotic army man warning of the dangers of enemy propaganda. 3. Recommended: an ample supply … Continue reading

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3 things about Ken Russell’s THE DEVILS

The Devils [1971] 1. Eye socket maggots. 3. The box is empty. 3. An empty road, bordered by several Catherine wheels, stretching into the distance.

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