Tags » Carnival Of Souls

Night Tide

(Check out the previous essay in this series on Hot Thrills and Warm Chills,  if you haven’t already that is)

Night Tide is a 1961 independent arthouse thriller set for re-release as a 4K restoration by Nicolas Winding Refn’s upcoming free streaming service byNWR. 1,169 more words


Carnival of Souls

Carnival of Souls. Carnival of Souls. What to say about Carnival of Souls that has not already been said?

A young man, Herk Harvey, went to University for theatre. 1,083 more words


About That Sick Day...

So yesterday I wasn’t feeling well enough to make a real blog post, although a Hot Toddy (or Thelma Todd, as I also call them) made me feel better enough to pound out something.  233 more words


Nelson Carvajal examines "Carnival of Souls" and "Insidious" in his #informedimages video essay series

#InformedImages is a Free Cinema Now series that studies and brings to light influential films and other examples of moving images that informed and inspired certain visuals in later works.


Carnival of Souls - Melissa Marr

Warning: Spoilers

In The City, the carnival hosts a competition every generation to give a chance for every daimon to become part of the ruling elite. 738 more words


Movie Review - "Carnival of Souls" (1962)

Imagine if “Night of the Living Dead” was a ghost story instead of the first true zombie film, and you would get “Carnival of Souls.” 252 more words


Trying to Take Me Back Somewhere: The Proto-Lynchian Unease of Carnival of Souls

Carnival of Souls is a curio indeed. A 1962 low-budget American picture shot in black and white using mostly non-professional actors, it’s the sole feature by industrial filmmaker Herk Harvey. 2,507 more words

Twin Peaks