This movie is a an absolute delight. Originally I was unsure about it, but once I actually watched it I discovered a wonderful quirky film with plenty of humor and great details. It’s a lovestory at it’s simplest, and by the time the ending comes around it’ll have not just touched but wormed its way into your heart.
Definitely recommended. 5/5 stars.
It’s mostly just a blog I created so I wouldn’t be spamming you guys with the same breed of things 24/7. It’s mostly photos, but I’m going to start doing more film reviews, list, and retrospectives soon. Right now it’s mostly reblogs, but I’m bulking up my picture library full of old behind the scenes photo’s to post as well.
So if you like slasher movies, obscure horror, pop horror, and just any kind of horror film it’s worth a look.
It’s a Horror Movie Christmas is an idea I’ve had for a long time now, and I haven’t quite decided what I’m going to do for it.
It’s basically how horror characters spend their Christmases.
I’ve already doodled some pictures, but then I’m also working on a fanfic or two, and then I’m even considering doing videos for it just for fun. I mean, that requires friends willing to dress up as horror characters (and a camera) but still.
What would you guys like me to do?
For anyone who is a great fan of horror should give the documentary Nightmares in Red, White, and Blue: The Evolution of the American Horror Film a try.
It’s a wonderful documentary that provides a great retrospective on how horror films have become what they are today, complete with interviews with some of the most important names in the genre.
It’s my all time favorite documentary, and is currently available on Netflix instant viewing.
Everyone had that one moment as a kid where you were like “I’m gonna watch a horror movie! Aww yeah look at how badass I am watching this R-rated film without parental permission!” Then you end up getting the shit scared out of you.
From there, there are only two pathways you can take: You can be so scared that you never watch a horror film again, or you end up watching so many that they become something you can love and cherish throughout your entire life.
|—||An aspiring filmmaker|
I really want to watch Castle Freak again. I’ve only gotten to see it once (and it was only the second half) when I went to visit my brother a few years back.
Does anyone know a site where I can watch it?
If anyone can help me I’d really appreciate it! :D
I already spent my Christmas money on THIS beautiful thing!
This is a pressbook from the 1986 film “From Beyond” starring Jeffrey Combs.
This picture isn’t of the one that I bought, as I only ordered it this afternoon. This is just a random picture of one from google. :)
For me personally, Musical > Movie.
I like the musical alot more. Here are my reasons:
Kiss Me/Ladies and Their Sensitivities
City on Fire:
My favorite songs were cut from the movie. :(
However I loved Tim Burton’s asthetics in that movie. He definately got the visual feel of it right.
Johnny Depp’s performance in it was wonderful. My only complaint is that his voice is very different from other potrails of Sweeney that I’ve heard. Not bad, but definately different. Helena Bohm Carter’s performance was also very enjoyable. Her voice was very enjoyable to listen too.
The only other thing I was a little sad about was Tobi’s character. I’ve always seen him at about age fourteen, maybe sixteen at the oldest. That actor was so little! He was what? Ten? Twelve?
Also, at the end of the musical Tobi has this little bit where he’s practically gone mad in the bakehouse. He’s rambling, singing, and crying. It’s actually a very disturbing little scene before he kills Sweeney, and I was kind of dissappointed with how he killed him in the film.
I love the movie. I love it alot. But I love the musical more. They’re both amazing though! :)