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Of all the words that appropriately describe la Belle et la Bête none more succinctly encapsulates its jaw-dropping perfection than beautiful. Of course it’s an etherial, atmospheric and magical fantasy … Continue Reading le Belle et la Bête (1946) June 20th, 2020
I shouldn’t have to tell you that we’re still in the midst of a global pandemic. The death toll in the United States is over 121k as of this writing. … Continue Reading An Evening with Beverly Luff Linn (2018) June 19th, 2020
Blood Machines is a space opera from the French directing duo Seth Ickerman in collaboration with synth wave musician Carpenter Brut. Spoilers ahead. Exclusive to the horror streaming service Shudder, … Continue Reading Blood Machines (2019) June 6th, 2020
Is there a term for feeling ‘homesick’ for a place you’ve never lived? I’m feeling that way about Utah. Sigh, today I saw an alert that southern Utah was under … Continue Reading Mackenna’s Gold (1969) May 30th, 2020
Of the seven Wolf Man films in Universal Studio’s monster blu-ray collection, She-Wolf of London is the final and worst of all. The film features no werewolves, she-wolves, full moons, … Continue Reading She-Wolf of London (1946) May 26th, 2020
The Body Snatcher and I Walked With a Zombie came together in the Val Lewton dvd I borrowed from my local library which is why we watched them back to … Continue Reading The Body Snatcher (1945) May 17th, 2020
This has been a long time coming. According to The List, we should’ve watched I Walked With a Zombie before Calling Dr. Death on April 19th but that wasn’t possible. … Continue Reading I Walked With a Zombie (1943) May 16th, 2020
Steamboat Bill Jr. is probably the first Buster Keaton film I’ve seen and I regret to say I saw it for the first time just a few days ago on … Continue Reading Steamboat Bill Jr. (1928) May 10th, 2020
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