Oct 29
Dracula Turned Down Frankenstein

With Halloween upon us, it is with fondness we remember Tim Burton's oft-forgotten gem, Ed Wood. A film filled with B-movie chills, humor, and heart. Martin Landau won an Oscar for his role as Bela Lugosi. And he deserved it.

Ed Wood
Oct 28
Mother of the Devil

On Saturday, we featured the modern horror film, The House of the Devil. It goes without saying that director Ti West owes an inspirational debt to an earlier horror classic, Rosemary's Baby.

Rosemary's Baby
Oct 27
Don't Go Inside

Director Ti West employs deliberate pacing and precise compositional framing to add to the chilling slow-burn horror in his film, The House of the Devil.

The House of the Devil
Oct 26
Suck Face

Open up and say "ah."

Oct 25
You Look Like the West, Sam

"You have that sort of rugged feel about you." So says Dennis Hunt in describing director Sam Peckinpah during this interview. And Peckinpah's films had that same rugged quality.

The Wild Bunch
Oct 24
Space Probe

D.B. Sweeney endures something fierce in this brutally intense scene from Fire in the Sky.

Fire in the Sky
Oct 23
The Absolute and the Sublime

Apparently, Werner Herzog is attached to direct a school-shooting satire.  Sounds like a recipe for madness and ecstasy.  

Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans
Oct 22
Everybody's Free to Wear Sunscreen

Halloween may be approaching, but it's not too late to get burned.

Near Dark
Oct 21
Shadow of the Vampire
Oct 20
White Hot Hate

The improvisatory brilliance of Madeline Kahn begins at 1:49.