Sword and Sandal Unchained •
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by DocThunder
8h ago
Joseph Goodman wrote: ↑ 10:55 PM - 1 day ago BFI's Herc holdings: https://collections-search.bfi.org.uk/w ... 0150037597 https://collections-search.bfi.org.uk/w ... 0150036645 It seems that both parties Artus and BFI are working out the final details , I know that samples were sent over to Artus from BFI but nothing conclusive at this point, or they're keeping it "close to heir vest" if you know what I mean? statistics: Posted by DocThunder — 5 seconds ago ..read more
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Golden Age Horror •
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by Jazzmonkie
8h ago
horrorfilmx wrote: ↑ 1:26 PM - Today evilchinchilla wrote: ↑ 8:55 PM - 1 day ago thehorrorboy wrote: ↑ 9:34 AM - 1 day ago Russell had a wider range than some may have thought.  She played sympathetic characters as well as she did cold, imperious ones.  And, in BEDLAM, she was even good as a giggling idiot. Absolutely! And another favorite "unsung actress" with notable moments in Val Lewton movies was African-American beauty Theresa Harris-- who had a memorable unbilled small role as waitress Minnie (who sneers "Apple pie for you," as she gives Kent Smith his order) in CAT PEOPL ..read more
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They Made the Monsters •
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by Bobtheman
8h ago
Undersea Kingdom ( 1936 )  one of three Republic Pictures released May 30, 1936   starring Ray " Crash " Corrigan,  Lois Wilde, Monte Blue, William Farnum,  Booth Howard, Raymond Hatton,  C. Monatague Shaw, and Smiley Burnette  We  also have Eddie pegged in chapter eight,  Into the Metal Tower and chapter nine, Death In the Air  with Lon Chaney Jr Eddie  on a Mexican lobby card with Monte Blue and Crash Corrigan  whose photo is from chapter nine   lobby card with Monte Blue, Eddie Parker, Crash Corrigan, and Lois ..read more
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They Made the Monsters •
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by Bobtheman
9h ago
Undersea Kingdom ( 1936 )  one of three Republic Pictures released May 30, 1936   starring Ray " Crash " Corrigan,  Lois Wilde, Monte Blue, William Farnum,  Booth Howard, Raymond Hatton,  C. Monatague Shaw, and Smiley Burnette  chapter two The Undersea Kingdom The Unga Khan henchman placing Professor Norton ( C. Monatague Shaw ) in the machine to transfer his mind to obey Unga Khan was played by Eddie Parker statistics: Posted by Bobtheman — 7 seconds ago ..read more
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Monster Kid Memories •
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by Rakshasa
9h ago
"But remember, we're supposed to find out what the difference is between an ape and a human being, and at the rate he's going sometimes I wonder if there IS any difference." statistics: Posted by Rakshasa — 45 minutes ago ..read more
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'70s Horror and Sci-Fi •
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by ZUUL
9h ago
Though Pleasance was fine, I do kinda wish that Cushing had taken the Dr Loomis role in HALLOWEEN. He would have worked wonders with the "I spent 8 years trying to reach him..." speech. Christopher Lee as Gandulf is rather like a Peter Cushing Obi-Wan Kenobi - a fascinating 'what if', but I suspect their respective replacements were perhaps the better choice. I liked Sharp's performance in HOUSE OF MORTAL SIN and I wouldn't change that. statistics: Posted by ZUUL — 12:15 PM - Today ..read more
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Rondo Hatton Classic Horror Awards •
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by Rodster
9h ago
Is there still time to make nominations? statistics: Posted by Rodster — 41 minutes ago ..read more
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Thrills and Chills •
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by horrorfilmx
9h ago
This may be slightly off topic but I've always wondered is serials from a given studio were shot concurrently or one at a time? Obviously a studio would be working on many features at once but was this true of serials also? I'm sure many a well-informed reader can fill me in.  statistics: Posted by horrorfilmx — 42 minutes ago ..read more
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They Made the Monsters • .
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by HalLane
9h ago
CAPTAIN AMERICA (Republic, 1944) Chapter Two is on now. Same question, Sir Bob. IMDb lists Gil Perkins as “barn thug” but, well, you might want to have a look at it. statistics: Posted by HalLane — 49 minutes ago ..read more
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Welcome to the CHFB •
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by Bobtheman
9h ago
site was down this morning for a period of time  gateway timeout error 504  statistics: Posted by Bobtheman — 53 minutes ago ..read more
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