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1963 DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE: THE GHOST AND DEAD EYES OF LONDON

“From caves and sewers come The Slime People! They kill, kill, kill! There’s no escape from The Slime People! Nothing can stop the horror of  640 more words

Film Reviews

Fitzcarraldo (1982) REVIEW (Minor Spoilers)

Ambitious.  Determined.  Insane.  These words describe the movie, it’s titular character, and the madman director himself, Werner Herzog.  The film centers around an Irishman named Brian Sweeny Fitzgerald, simply known as Fitzcarraldo (Klaus Kinski)  in his hometown in Peru.   814 more words

Film

Venom (1981)

Plot: A trio of criminals has targeted an affluent family for a kidnapping scheme, as the rich parents have a ten year old son. The plan is to take the child, collect the ransom, and enjoy the spoils of their criminal ways. 620 more words

Grand Slam

J&B highlighted lower left. I know, it’s almost not there.

Action Crime

Revisiting Aguirre, the Wrath of God (Werner Herzog,1972)

Every time I sit down to watch Aguirre, the Wrath of God, it never fails, I am filled with an odd combination of childlike excitement, exhilarating fear and an overwhelming reverence for the art of moviemaking. 1,288 more words

Cinema

Classics of Cinema - Aguirre, the Wrath of God

Aguirre, the Wrath of God (1972)

Written and Directed by: Werner Herzog

The film begins with a prologue:

“After the conquest and plundering of the Inca Empire by Spain the Indians invented the legend of El Dorado a land of gold located in the swamps of the Amazon headwaters.

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Aguirre