Category Archives: foreign

The Whip and the Body

I’m back! With a review of the odd but interesting Bava movie, “The Whip and the Body.” Continue reading

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Audition by Ryu Murakami

Let’s get literary with the Ryu Murakami novel that the movie “Audition” was based on. Continue reading

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The Innocents (1961)

Watching Crimson Peak last month put me in the mood for a spooky story.  Something old, set in the past, and with ghosts.  Luckily, I had 1961’s The Innocents on hand.  Guillermo del Toro regards this as one of his top … Continue reading

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The Babadook

If it’s in a word, or it’s in a look, you should watch “The Babadook.” Continue reading

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Inferno (1980)

I finally watched “Inferno,” the second movie in The Three Mothers Argento trilogy. Continue reading

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Nosferatu (1922)

What better way to resurrect a dead blog than with the silent vampire movie, “Nosferatu?” Continue reading

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My Bloody Valentine (1981)

Hi, readers! It’s been awhile since my last post. I try to write at least once a week. Things have been a little busy for me, since I was invited to be a vendor at Walker Stalker Con NY/NJ 2014, … Continue reading

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