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Hit and Run: "Death Race 2000" (1975)

           “Death Race 2000”   (1975)   

      One of the problems with films that take place in the imminent future is that they tend to appear flat-footed when envisioning the vicissitudes of the subject speculative society. 280 more words


KENZO. Snowbird. Abbey Lee. Clarence Williams III. Cameron Gentry. Mary Woronov. Sean Baker.

The writer and director of Tangerine — Sean Baker — directs the Über fashion haus — KENZO’s latest short film titled Snowbird — starring Abbey Lee, Clarence Williams III, Cameron Gentry and Mary Woronov, and featuring the KENZO Spring-Summer 2016 collection from Creative Directors Humberto Leon and Carol Lim.

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Mary Woronov

Mary Woronov

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Mary Woronov  

  Born (1943-12-08) December 8, 1943 (age 72)
Palm Beach, Florida, U.S. Other names Mary Might, Mary Pfft, Mary Whitehead, Mary Gershunny, Mary Waronov, Mary Woronoff Occupation Actress, writer, painter Years active 1966–present Spouse(s) Theodore Gershuny (m.  1,106 more words


Christmas Movies: Silent Night, Bloody Night (1972)

The ISCFC begins its Christmas season based on when the Magic Tree in Columbia, MO, USA, has its lighting ceremony (why? Because), and although we covered a heck of a lot of Christmas classics last year, there’s plenty more for us to do. 844 more words


31 Days, 31 Horror Movies: The House of the Devil (Day 17)

Everybody wants to do a throwback! It’s now pretty common that a lot contemporary filmmakers try to recreate the cheesy and campy feel of old school horror films but I believe there’s an inherent problem with this: we only see those films as cheesy and campy in hindsight but the movies themselves, as well as the audiences that first watched them, played it completely straight. 376 more words

31 Screams in October, Vol. 2, #10: Night of the Comet (1984)

Director: Thom Eberhardt

Starring: Catherine Mary Stewart, Kelli Maroney, Robert Beltran, Sharon Farrell, Mary Worornov, Geoffrey Lewis

Don’t we ALL just wanna have fun? During a month when scary, suspenseful, and especially gory films are the norm, it’s nice to be able to just put your feet up and enjoy a few laughs along with the doom-and-gloom scenarios. 1,032 more words

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