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I went with The 39 Steps, for some reason it seems terribly underrated among Hitch fans yet it's one of the most famous films ever made, every...
As far as Italian horror goes, starting with the Demons films might not convince too many it'll be worthwhile, pretty poorly made films IMO. For...
Wonderful score too, just an all-round wonderful film that should be in every genre fan's home.
To be honest, I'm a little surprised this site will allow this insane video to be linked to, some things are just meant not to be seen. A video...
Voted 'ghost', hadn't it been an option it'd been 'haunted house' for me, I guess. Might as well go with the source.
For me POD wins hands down, JC made one more classic the following year, and then nothing special anymore. Hope he hasn't lost it completely,...
Got it, looks excellent, fine extras too.
Also the title of the best Danish 'horror' film ever (1944), highly recommended for old time buffs.
EFNY, wonderful music.
Just bought Breakdown on eBay.
One of my fave silents, highly recommended purchase, remade 37 years later in 'Scope. Also seek out Sjostrom's Monastery of Sendomir (1920).
I saw it letterboxed on TV years ago now, can't think what's keeping Warner from releasing it. It's not a very good film but it's a lot of fun to...
Isn't its OAR 2.35:1? I remember reading that somewhere.
A very nice film, should be a treat.
Speaking of Blair, I wish Nightforce (1987) with her and Richard Lynch would come out on DVD.
I could do without the countless remakes and Saw type torture stuff, but French horror is better than Italian horror today, I find that interesting.
Tod is God! I think he's just as good as, say, Lugosi and his horror films are wonderfully entertaining. Never a dull moment, or a dry eye, when...
Sad, 82 is no age for a woman these days, well almost. Chris Lee is older. Anyway, just saw her in Ghost Ship and The Curse of Frankenstein a few...