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She better hurry, because her mummy is coming, along with his fez-sporting tanna leaf burner, and no matter how slow and shambling his gait, he always gets his prey. the cast seems to have been chosen to make the miimmy look like a giant, and the effect is genuinely scary at times, almost.
Picking up, vaguely, from where the last in the series ended, the scene is the bayou where an unlucky irrigation project is underway, and mostly Italian stereotype-a workers are disappearing-a.– and trenchantly delves deep into the way imperiled people instinctively turn to the media to provide a narrative structure for the chaos around them, and the way sometimes it’s all bluff, guesswork, and gallows’ humor on the part of the structurers.(more) Mario Bava’s quintessetial Victorian Gothic Italian rural villa ghost story takes a few viewings to really appreciate, but until then just admire the painterly photography.I’d love to travel into the distant past of THE UNDEAD since Alison Hayes is awesome as the va-va-Voom-level hot bad witch with eyes on Pamela’s man and I’m sure I could lure her away with my many-colored futuristic awareness and straight teeth. Valkoinen Peura (The White Reindeer) 1952 (Youtube) I’ve been wanting to see this weird Finnish horror film for a long time, having read glowing ember praise for its desolate ‘midnight sun’ eerieness.It’s been unavailable on DVD here in the States forever but there’s a relatively crisp print up on youtube (above).
Eight hours of applause to the wildly underrated auteur Don Coscarelli for being alone with David Cronenberg as far as making third eye hallucinations real instead of just dreams. through the Lovecraftian looking glass any time, though John’s buddy, the narrator, is a bit of a prude when it comes to diving into the giddy terror of the ‘soy sauce.’ (pair with Cabin in the Woods and/or Iron Sky) Charles B.