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- RT @DavidWondrich: @wrdcsc Those who disbelieved it from the start most likely also didn’t believe that Laquan McDonald was shot down in co… 14 hours ago
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- DOCTOR ZHIVAGO. And it was still brilliant. twitter.com/chrismcquarrie… 21 hours ago
- 3 things about Jean-Luc Godard’s THE IMAGE BOOK randomcha.net/2019/02/17/3-t… 1 day ago
- Adorable. twitter.com/francois_ozon/… 1 day ago
- Whiplash from watching THE IMAGE BOOK and WONDERSTRUCK on the same day. 1 day ago
- 3 things about Alfred Hitchcock’s FRENZY randomcha.net/2019/02/16/3-t… 1 day ago
- I will always be in love with this soundtrack and this film. twitter.com/marshlands/sta… 2 days ago
- 3 things about Roger Corman’s HOUSE OF USHER randomcha.net/2019/02/15/3-t… 2 days ago
- Yes, I watched THE FALL OF THE HOUSE OF USHER on Valentine's Day. Your point? 3 days ago
Tag Archives: Halloween
House of Usher  1. Blonde Vincent Price. 2. “Still here? I suggest you leave, Mr. Winthrop. No? Then perish with us.” 3. Those paintings!
The Mummy  1. Christopher Lee’s gold nail polish. 2. It’s all about the matching hairstyle. 3. Why does he take her to the swamp?
The long, mysterious saga of the famous Zombie (b. 1934) has been recounted elsewhere with a thoroughness that still amazes me. Therefore I shall make no attempt to summarize here. (Besides, I already did that at Chicagoist years ago.) Instead … Continue reading
Jigoku  1. Low angle long take: burlesque cocktail waitress plies her trade. 2. An endless vista of stones. 3. Needle hell. This movie is bats. And it’s from 1960! I’ve never seen anything like it.
The Ghost Ship  1. Was the bar fight completely staged? 2. Swinging hook, rattling chains. 3. Does he administer the injection or not?
The Leopard Man  1. A pair of glowing eyes. 2. He asks, “Want to dance, Helen?” She replies, bored, “I suppose so.” 3. They never do make it to Chicago.
Horror of Dracula  1. Librarian/vampire hunter. 2. An old woman with a stake through her heart. 3. Crumbled foot, hand, face.