Month: September 2016

Viewing List 5 September 2016-14 September 2016



Dark Water





Necromancy 1972



Asylum 1972


The Ninth Gate 1999

Frankenstein Created Woman (1967) rewatch

300: Rise of an Empire    (because…Eva Green)


The Enfield Hauntings


The Matrix (1999) rewatch

Maniac (2012)

When the Lights Went Out

Summer of Sam (1999)




“Vampire Over London: Bela Lugosi in Britain” New Expanded Second Edition

The Bela Lugosi Blog

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A new expanded 2nd edition of Vampire Over London: Bela Lugosi in Britain by Frank J. Dello Stritto and Andi Brooks has been published by Cult Movies Press. Originally published in 2000, the critically acclaimed biography of Bela Lugosi was the product of over a decade of extensive research by the authors and was the first book to study a particular, and neglected, period of Bela Lugosi’s life and work.

The book traces Lugosi’s final tour of Dracula in Britain in 1951. Shrouded in mystery for half a century, what little had been known about the tour and Lugosi’s time in Britain had been clouded by oft-repeated inaccurate accounts. Dello Stritto and Brooks unearthed many previously unknown facts to tell the full and true story for the first time. In the days before the now ubiquitous Internet made such a task relatively simple, the authors traced and interviewed Lugosi’s co-workers…

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“Stranger Things – An Entertaining Homage to the 1980s” — RobbinsRealm Blog

The character driven and well executed series, “Stranger Things,” was created by brothers, Matt and Ross Duffer (Hidden). Like the FX show “The Americans,” the series does not deal with the current time period, but takes place during the 1980s; 1983 to be exact. The setting is a suburban Indiana town called Hawkins. Serious crimes […]

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