No Time to Die. Solid. Sometimes funny, sometimes sad, sometimes cute, sometimes almost brilliant, overall… solid.
Finally took the plunge despite the shady quality of the Prime stream and the shoddy (albeit entertaining and extra sleazy) German dub… behold…
CC AND COMPANY I just had to… even though it is a criminally shitty quality version that is out there. I hope at some point it will get a restoration. It has lotta heart and a great soundtrack.
’The Fury’ 1978, Directed by Brian DePalma.
Telekinesis, intrigue, and a fantastic score from John Williams, which is occasionally reminiscent of Bernard Hermann…One of my favourite DePalma films.
Followed by…a classic Universal horror, this year celebrating it’s 90th anniversary.
I had no idea. This is one of the last “classic” monster films I haven’t seen so seems like a good year to watch it.
the other night I finally saw the original The Hills Have Eyes
Did you like?
Yeah wasnt bad. But it’s no secret that it’s no masterpiece, it’s influence notwithstanding
- Rohmer: A Full Moon in Paris 6/10
- Franco: The House of Lost Women 6/10
- Dearden: Victim 6/10
- Parrot: Pardon Us 5/10
- Blystone: Block-Heads 10/10
- Hitchcock: Psycho 9/10
- Preminger: Anatomy of a Murder 7/10
- Franco: Vampyros Lesbos 9/10
- Rohmer: The Green Ray 7/10
- Welles: Touch of Evil 8/10