Discussion in 'The Chatterbox' started by fram773, May 7, 2014.
The Mummy- the 1932 version.
My favorite Universal classic horror, and it's as much of a romance (sort of) as a monster flick.
Pi. Man, that movie was a trip.
My husband had seen bits & pieces of it, but this was the first time he had seen it from start to finish. He was struck by how eerie it was. We attribute that to Karloff's acting, but also two the fact that they didn't go overboard with the special effects.
Back then, special effects were clever. Today, they're not; they're done on a computer.
Brotherhood of the Bell.
The Quick and the Dead.
My wife and I got about 20 minutes into this before my wife got pissed and walked out of the room. She really wants to be a "believer", but this didn't help. I never did drink the Bigfoot KoolAid.
I don't normally watch movies. But I just finished the Sons of Anarchy series, and felt in the mood.
You Only Live Twice (1967)
Not what you think...
Prequel to "X"
This silent picture from 1927 was shown in a restored local theatre that dates from the same era. The film was accompanied on the original Werlitzer organ in the theatre. The organist mostly played moody background music appropriate for the spooky movie, but there were also some sound effects that made the audience giggle. Altogether a fun night!
ROSEMARY'S BABY (1968)
DRACULA (1958) (aka HORROR OF DRACULA)
DRACULA, PRINCE OF DARKNESS (1966)
Halloween will be upon us soon!
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