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Heiress Horror: Sudden Fear (1952)


Heiress Horror explores that subgenre of terror wherein sweet moneyed lasses find their lives threatened by evil spouses and duplicitous family friends. For shame!

That bully Alexander Grumpface always stole my lunch money in the fifth grade. 350 more words

Entertainment

Young Guns (1988)

Director – Christopher Cain

Starring – Emilio Estevez, Kiefer Sutherland, Charlie Sheen, Lou Diamond Phillips, Dermot Mulroney, Casey Siemaszko, Terry O’Quinn, Terence Stamp, Jack Palance… 10 more words

Film Reviews

The One and The Many

If you saw City Slickers, the 1991 comedy with Billy Crystal, you might recall the scene when Jack Palance, playing a leather-skinned cowboy named Curly, tells Crystal the secret of life. 745 more words

The "Don't Mess With Me" Poster Gallery

There are some actors that just convey the attitude that says “don’t mess with me.” They excelled at playing characters that are best left alone. But there is always a protagonist of some sort that “pokes the bear” and awakens our slumbering tough guys who are not above issuing there own brand of vigilant justice. 129 more words

Charles Bronson

Badgad Cafe Motion Picture Soundtrack - Jevetta Steele (1987)


During my college years I was obsessed with independent art films, often seeking them out as inspiration for my own work ad a budding designer. In addition to great directors like Jim Jarmoush, new films could be a gateway to great music otherwise ignored on the radio or MTV. 408 more words

'80s

H for Hawk the Slayer

by Lillian Csernica on April 9, 2015

If I had to pick just one movie as the single worst sword & sorcery film ever made, the disjointed godawful mess that is… 519 more words

Fantasy

Without Warning (1980)

Directed by Greydon Clark

Starring: Martin Landau, Jack Palance, Neville Brand, Kevin Peter Hall

Released by Scream Factory

1980

The Movie

Without Warning is a science fiction horror film from director Greydon Clark (Black Shampoo, Satan’s Cheerleaders). 1,422 more words

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