Tags » Susan Strasberg

TOMB OF NOSTALGIA: BLOODY BIRTHDAY (1981)


BLOODY BIRTHDAY (1981)

(Remember, clicking the highlighted links brings you to other reviews and articles here at The Movie Madhouse!)

1981 slasher may not be a good movie in the traditional sense of the word, but is a fun little flick about a pack of diabolical and homicidal ten year-olds. 611 more words

Tomb Of Nostalgia

The Trip

Everybody knows Jack Nicholson as an Academy Award winning actor, but his talents aren’t just in front of the camera. He does have a handful of writing credits sprinkled throughout his career. 947 more words

Movies

Psych-Out

Psych-Out is a 1968 psychedelic drama directed by Richard Rush, and Richard rushed to get the movie made in time to cash in on the Summer of Love. 313 more words

Reviews

Susan Strasberg boating

Susan Strasberg (1938 – 1999): daughter of New York acting teachers Lee and Paula Strasburg, friend and confidante of their star student Marilyn Monroe.

24 Femmes Per Second: nouveaux postes de belles femmes chaque semaine; weekly posts of beautiful women; posti settimanali di belle donne; wöchentliche Beiträge der schönen Frauen; vecko inlägg av vackra kvinnor.

American

Scream of Fear (1961)

When a film starts out with a crew of locals dredging a lake, you know you’re in for a treat.

Penny Appleby (yes, really) anyway, Penny Appleby (Susan Strasberg) arrives by chauffeured limousine to the home of her estranged father in Nice, but is disappointed to learn that he’s away on business.  313 more words

Reviews

Scream of Fear

Hammer is a studio synonymous with horror…primarily gothic style horror featuring the likes of Dracula or Frankenstein’s monster. Give them Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee, a couple of buckets of bright red blood, and some buxom female co-stars in costumes that were a few sizes too small for them and they’ll give you one heck of a scary flick. 702 more words

Movies

1978's “The Manitou”...Or, How Many Genres Can We Fit Into One Bad Horror Film

The original tagline for 1978’s “The Manitou” went something like this…Evil Does Not Die…It Waits To Be Re-born.  But I’m thinking….

“The new film from the director of the “Jaws’ ripoff, “Grizzly,” comes a horror, space odyssey, Native American, love story kind of thing with Tony Curtis.” 832 more words

LOST IN THE 1970s WITH GENEROSO