Tags » Klaus Kinski

Week 43: Into the Mouth of Madness with Klaus Kinski

“There is no great genius without some touch of madness,” Aristotle once penned, as quoted by Seneca.

And in no case does this aphorism greater apply than with respect to the inimitable Klaus Kinski. 124 more words

Weird Scenes Inside The Goldmine Podcast

Buddy Buddy (1981)

By Richard Winters

My Rating: 7 out of 10

4-Word Review: Suicidal man hampers hit.

Trabucco (Walter Matthau) checks into a hotel intent on completing a hit by shooting a mob informant before he can testify at trial. 528 more words


Film Review: A Bullet For the General (1966)

Also known as: El Chuncho Quién Sabe? (Italy)
Release Date: December 7th, 1966 (Italy)
Directed by: Damiano Damiani
Written by: Salvatore Laurani, Franco Solinas
Music by: 433 more words


The Devil's Daffodil (1961)

‘You are hot for that little goose in your office.’

Detectives working for an airline suspect a club owner of smuggling heroin in consignments of artificial flowers. 488 more words

Movie Reviews

Nosferatu The Vampyre

Werner Herzog’s classic 1979 horror is a wonderful example of the genre-one that sneaks into the brain subconsciously. The whole film feels infected with sickness. 167 more words

Lorna Irvine

From heaven we descend

The opening of Werner Herzog’s 1972 masterpiece Aguirre, Wrath of God is a breathtaking contrast between the power of nature and the insignificance of man, capturing the theme of the movie with hypnotic authenticity. 766 more words

Creative Writing

werner herzog, klaus kinski, fitzcarraldo Gif For Fun

werner herzog, klaus kinski, fitzcarraldo Gif for Fun at your Time