Saturday May 21st, 2016 05:38:46 PMJeff Kuykendall
Cry of the Banshee (1970) opens with a quote from Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Bells,” and his name was featured prominently in the advertising, despite the fact that the film is not an adaptation of Poe at all – but … Continue reading →
Saturday May 14th, 2016 08:46:52 PMJeff Kuykendall
An often overlooked entry in the renowned Val Lewton cycle of atmospheric chillers for RKO, Isle of the Dead (1945) is one of three films Lewton made with Boris Karloff, who, typecast despite his diverse acting talents, was a fugitive from … Continue reading →
Blasted out of the Arctic ice with atomic testing is a prehistoric creature called the Rhedosaurus, scaly, spiny, and massive jawed, stomping on four legs, and sending a scientist toppling over a ridge. Later that man, Thomas Nesbitt (Paul Hubschmid, … Continue reading →
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