Feb 6, 2013
Nyc! Nitehawk's hosts 'Deathdream' & 'the Black Cat'
Brooklyn's Nitehawk Cinema, who Fango previously linked up with in November for their VHS Vault, is taking a look at horror and the personal trauma of war with 35mm screenings of Bob Clark's anti-Vietnam DEATHDREAM and the Universal Karloff/Lugosi classic BLACK CAT.
4 Scary Ventriloquist Movies for Halloween
Is there anything more unsettling than an old-school ventriloquist's dummy? I think not! These iconic abominations have a long history in our culture; there are some truly disturbing photos of Victorian and Edwardian-era ventriloquists posing with their strange wood and rag cohorts that run the gamut from mildly unnerving to pure nightmare ... (more)
Delving into Redgrave family
Although the least known of them today, Michael Redgrave was one of that great quartet of actors who dominated the English stage in the middle of the past century, the others being Laurence Olivier, John Gielgud and Ralph Richardson.
The Arizona Republic
'The Revenant,' 2.5 stars
In 1974, Bob Clark -- the same guy who made "Porky's" and "A Christmas Story" -- directed a film called "Dead of Night." It also went by the name "Deathdream," and it told the story of a soldier killed in Vietnam who returns home as a sort of zombie.