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Was it All a Dream?

While watching Rosemary’s Baby (1968), it felt as if the entire narrative and plot was all one long dream sequence until the very end of the film when we find out that what we just watched was, in fact, real. 383 more words

Film Screening Film Analysis

Pic of the Day: "The Killing of a Chinese Bookie" revisited

We’ll be closing out the week by taking another look at Flo, the enigmatic muscle behind a gang of mediocre Hollywood gangsters in John Cassavetes… 98 more words

Timothy Carey

Not so fast, St. Vincent

NOPE – Is it just me, or does it seem as though Bill Murray has been trying to win an Oscar now for almost 30 years? 505 more words

Now Playing Review

Halloween Horror's Revisit #7: Rosemary's Baby (1968)

Published by: Anthony Wallace

The cult genre wasn’t around up until the 1960’s when Roman Polanski brought ‘Rosemary’s Baby‘ to cinemas. It stars… 701 more words


#316 The Killing Of A Chinese Bookie

(1976, John Cassavetes)

“I’ve got a golden life. Got the world by the balls”

I’ve encountered John Cassavetes exactly twice before on this blog in two films from 1968, one starring him and another directed by him. 823 more words