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Jacob Calta Oct 17
Replying to @stagescreen60
The magic hour footage we have thanks to this film is astounding. A BAY OF BLOOD (1971, Bava)
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Cinema Europa Oct 15
There are some films out there that you wish you could experience for the first time again, and Tenebrae is one of them for me. So it's always good to read other people's first impressions.
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Citizen Dame 37m
This week, the Dames talk about , or: why loves black-gloved killers. Patrons can listen now!
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The Xtra Reel Podcast Oct 18
Just finished recording our Horror special for Halloween!
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Jason Oct 17
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Killer Valley Horror Film Festival Oct 17
👻 A MASTERPIECE 👻 "Fantasmagoria" is hands-down one of the favorites of our festival! 🎟️ WATCH & SAVE 🎟️ 50% off with Promo Code: FANTASMAGORIA
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LIBERAEVA MAGAZINE Oct 12
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MovieArt.com Oct 17
This is the original 1-sheet for Mario Bava's classic Blood and Black Lace, 1965. We have priced this at $45. on our website,
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Tim Dolan Oct 17
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RepeatRepeatRepeat Oct 13
FOUR FLIES ON GREY VELVET (1971) - dir. This mask from Argento's most idefatigably illogical is truly disconcerting.
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GuidaTV+ 16m
19-10-2020 21:10 I misteri di Brokenwood
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🎃 I Spit On Your GrEV ⚰️💀 Oct 16
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James Stoorie Oct 13
INFERNO (1980). Beyond the ballet school. Expanding on the ideas of 'Suspiria' (& largely eschewing plot) Argento creates an extensive, neon-lit netherworld of black magic & bloody violence. The illogic of fear...
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That Browncoat Oct 16
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Jamie Lansdowne Oct 14
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MovieArt.com Oct 17
There was an alternative 1-sheet for Mario Bava's Blood and Black Lace, 1965. We are pleased to offer this creepy black and white style (probably for military showings) for $40.,
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ŠimÖn Pa8e Oct 16
La Bestia Uccide a Sangue Freddo (AKA Slaughter Hotel) > Sleazy slasher about a hooded killer attacking the wealthy female (coincidentally, stunning and mostly naked too) inmates of a sanatorium.
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Bobby Castro Oct 16
Going to give Umberto Lenzi's SPASMO another look..
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Cory Over Oct 14
I think I’ve seen every horror movie there is and im not even trying to be sarcastic. From blockbusters to the lowest budget garbage shot on an obamaphone. I can’t ever find anything to watch!
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Matt Colbeck Oct 18
Replying to @DrMattColbeck
& totally apt. It's lurid & hammy, brutal & sadistic w/ visual & imaginative flourishes that get under the skin. A great twist ending. Hemmings gives a great portrayal of fragile masculinity & at the end of it, I had an overwhelming urge to rewatch Airwolf: The Movie 3/3
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