Mar 12, 2014
Dead of Night
Made in 1945, just after World War II, Dead of Night represents a watershed moment in the history of Ealing Studios, when legendary producer Michael Balcon made a move to break away from naturalistic and documentary wartime content into more fantastical realms.
The New York Observer
Talk to the Hand: 'Hand to God' Stars One Scary Sock Puppet
Hand to God , a regional euphemism for "I swear," turns out to be the perfect handle for this tall and demented Texas tale of a boy and his sock puppet.
British grand guignol
Fans of two films that stand near the top of the long list of British supernatural thrillers, Nicolas Roeg's Don't Look Now and multi-director shocker Dead Of Night were poorly served on DVD.
Acts of scare-orrism
So you want to see some scary movies for Halloween but are tired of watching the same old stuff? I feel your pain.
El Paso Times
El Paso-area weekend: Cinemark's next wave comes to far East Side
Movie fans on the city's far East Side have a 14-screen answer to their cinematic prayers -- Cinemark East Montana, 12704 E. Montana, which opens today.