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Desire Under the Elms (1958)

“There’s something dark in the corners of this house prowling.”

So says Burl Ives.

Burl plays a stern taskmaster here with little room in his heart for his three sons. 467 more words

Daily Take

The Trial

…Say what you like, but The Trial is the best film I have ever made.

-Orson Welles

It’s well known that Orson Welles was exiled from Hollywood for a majority of his career, with much of his post-

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Film Favorites: Psycho

Psycho is often reductively referred to as the grandfather of all modern slasher movies. In some sense, that is perhaps true. It’s one of Hitchcock’s most clearly defined “horror films” (along with perhaps… 1,597 more words


HIDDEN HORROR: "How Awful About Allan"

Perhaps one of the greatest unknown made-for-TV horror films of the 1970s is the Anthony Perkins feature “How Awful About Allan.” While the film is pretty dated, it is still a bit creepy and should appeal to any old-school horror fan, particularly if they’re fans of films like “What Ever Happened to Baby Jane” and so on. 471 more words

Hidden Horror


Time: 109 Minutes
Age Rating: M – Violence and sexual references
Cast: Anthony Perkins, Vera Miles, John Gavin and Janet Leigh
Director: Alfred Hitchcock

Marion Crane (Janet Leigh) steals $40 000 from her employer’s client and leaves town. 632 more words


WUSA (1970)

By Richard Winters

My Rating: 1 out of 10

4-Word Review:  Liberal working for conservatives.

A drifter (Paul Newman) travels to Louisiana and gets a job as a DJ at an ultra-conservative radio station. 263 more words


Read the winning #ClassicMovieStarHaiku and vote for tomorrow's #SixWordStory contest

This weekend on Twitter we held a #ClassicMovieStarHaiku contest, and while many entered, we were taken by this poem below. Read it, and be sure to vote for tomorrow’s… 8 more words