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The Killers (1964 USA)

Hugely influential classic re-telling of Ernest Hemingway’s short story. This flick has inspired many a wannabe. Not really Film Noir as it was made after the genre had passed and is in colour and features no detectives or private eyes. 559 more words

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Rosemary's Baby

When you watch old Horror films it is so easy to feel underwhelmed. What may have been scary for an audience in the 60s is now so far removed or normalised for a modern audience, all the actual scares will often just leave you cold to the effect that is talked about at length. 880 more words

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Rosemary's Baby

Soon after moving into a posh new Manhattan apartment, life takes a turn for Rosemary (Mia Farrow) and Guy (John Cassavetes). Guy has landed a good acting job and they are ready to start a family. 303 more words

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Film Review: The Incubus (1982)

Release Date: August 27th, 1982
Directed by: John Hough
Written by: George Franklin
Based on: The Incubus by Ray Russell
Music by: Stanley Myers
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a woman under the influence (john cassavetes, 1974)

the past few day have been a bit of a blur; the best way to sum it up being something like ‘???’ + ‘who are you? 924 more words


Opening Night, Dir. Cassavetes

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