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Variety: The 20 Creepiest Clowns in Movies & TV

A detailed survey of the top 20 scariest clowns in film and television.

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Strange Confession is the rather blah title for a quirky little horror film released in 1945, which I found rather appealing. (What’s being strangely confessed here? 1,527 more words

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Horror on the Lens: The Phantom of the Opera (dir by Rupert Julian)

Today’s horror movie on the Shattered Lens is both a classic of silent era and one of the most influential horror films ever made.  It’s one that I previously shared in 2013 and 2o15 but it’s such a classic that I feel that it is worth sharing a second time.   184 more words


Rick Wakeman - The Phantom of the Opera

For true collectors… 

Boxed Set

Exclusive to PledgeMusic – For the first time on DVD the Lon Chaney silent movie “Phantom of the Opera” with the Rick Wakeman’s Soundtrack together in a Limited Edition Box Set with a signed and numbered certificate. 176 more words


My Own Dear Monster, Poor Unhappy Erik

Over the past year, I haven’t kept up with the blog.  This time last year I could blame my thesis.  Since I graduated, I just haven’t been able to create much of anything.   685 more words


G: The Ghost of Frankenstein (1942)

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You probably know that Universal is currently trying to gin up a Marvel-style “shared universe” for all their stock monsters; what’s annoying is that they’re pretending this is something new, when anybody who’s seen any of the 40s Universal monster movies know this was already the case. 529 more words

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THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA (1925) -A movie about disfigured people who don't know their place

Have you ever gone to see a movie that has been raved up for years and then doubted your better judgment when you weren’t crazy about the movie? 515 more words