Do you recognize the middle boy, flanked by siblings Catherine and Dick in the 1930s? Former magician, DeLorean investor, proficient drummer, and lover of Wint O Green Life Savers–are you getting warmer? 33 more words
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Daily Photo — “Lone Traveler, 1939”
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“It should have been more successful,” Alfred Hitchcock said in 1962 of his oddball comedy Rich and Strange, made thirty years earlier. An “innocents abroad” marital odyssey about a couple falling apart during an expensive vacation but by no means an affectionate screwball affair, it stands dead-center in the director’s least fondly remembered period, when he was under contract to British International Pictures and apparently had only sporadic control over his material as his relationship with the studio became more fraught (accompanied by his salary expanding, the box office returns for his work shrinking). 3,896 more words
- This movie starts with a bizarre intro that was added in 1948 – it consists of a man standing in front of a room of FBI trainees (on the brink of the Bureau’s 25th anniversary of existence), telling them that this movie does not display modern fashions, but it does feature hoodlums, who, the man states, “are still the same as they were then” – they are still “public enemies.” 1,122 more words
In episode 42 of the CTGY podcast, Kelly and Rich go old school to discuss Frankenstein and Bride of Frankenstein.
Other topics inlude Tales from the Crypt, Jurassic World 2,Van Helsing, Jeepers Creepers 3, Friday the 13th, The Predator, Hellboy 3, The Purge, Cult of Chucky and more. 47 more words