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William Friedkin and Violent Saturday (1955).

Turns our Mr. Friedkin and I both really like Richard Fleischer’s excellent heist movie Violent Saturday (1955).  He’s featured in the documentary that appears on the new Blu-ray from Twilight Time. 31 more words

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Groucho Marx and THE EXORCIST - You bet your soul

The infamous 1973 movie The Exorcist will be broadcast tonight at 10:00 p.m. EST on IFC Channel. To quote Yogi Berra (or was it Abraham Lincoln?), if you like this sort of thing, this is the sort of thing you’ll like. 277 more words

Challenge #3 Q9: What is your favourite supernatural horror film?

There are tons of “supernatural” horror films.  However, for me, this category belongs to a film that tells a story of a little girl possessed by a demon, and the two priests who try to do something about it. 518 more words

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The Wages of Fear (1953)/Sorcerer (1977)

The Wages of Fear, Henri-Georges Clouzot/Sorcerer, William Friedkin. A rare instance of both original and re-make being well worth their salt, and also a vivid essay in the difference between French and American cinema. 91 more words

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'True Detective' Season 2 Rumor Rundown and Supernerd Reviews 'Galveston' By 'True Detective' Creator Nic Pizzolatto!

True Detective season 2 rumors/news have really been heating up the past couple weeks. Here’s the latest rundown of what’s out there currently:

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YouTube Playlist - 17th July 2014

Another fun batch of videos on the decks this week.

This time it’s Trent Reznor covering Led Zeppelin, Japanese women covering men in inflatable latex, Germans covered in dolls and maids outfits, and William Friedkin covering his movie Cruising. 16 more words

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