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Update from the Abyssssssssszzzzz...

These last few months have been a blur of work, sleep, eat, and repeats. I won’t kid ya, there hasn’t been much to write about and the world’s in a shitty enough state that even talking about current events depresses me. 571 more words

Consider The Universe

The Great Silence (1968)

CULT – 1

Verdict – 5/5

Pros –

1) Larger than life cult characters of Loco and Silence – both anti-heroes… 75 more words


Fitzcarraldo: a portrait of mad ambition

Recently I saw for the first time Werner Herzog’s 1982 classic “Fitzcarraldo” so I decided to do a review about it. It tells the story of Brian Sweeny Fitzgerald (Klaus Kinski), known as Fitzcarraldo in Peru, during the rubber boom of the beginning of the 20th century, as he embarks on a crazy adventure to get financial funds for his dream of opening an opera house in the town of Iquitos. 486 more words


House of 1000 Dolls (1967)

Almost as if Christopher Lee or Herbert Lom weren’t available, Vincent Price finds himself on a journey into the exploitation world of producer Harry Alan Towers and the sex slave trade with beautiful Martha Hyers as his more than willing accomplice. 686 more words

Daily Take

October Horror: Day 20, Nosferatu: Phantom der Nacht

Day 20

Nosferatu: Phantom der Nacht


Nosferatu the Vampire

Werner Herzog’s Nosferatu is probably one of the most beautiful films ever made, and certainly it is the most lovely vampire movie. 269 more words


Old School Review: Burden of Dreams

Written by Mike Goodwin and directed by Les Blank, “Burden of Dreams” is a documentary about the legendarily chaotic production of Werner Herzog’s film “Fitzcarraldo” that was shot on location in the South American jungles of the Amazon. 1,070 more words