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ClassicFlix (Teen Scene): The Night of the Hunter (1955)

From March 2015 to April 2017, I was writing the monthly Teen Scene column for the website ClassicFlix. My objective was to promote classic films among teenagers and young adults. 1 341 mots de plus

Elsa Lanchester – Catford’s Bride of Frankenstein | Running Past

48 Farley Road is an ordinary looking Victorian terraced house in Catford; it has a brief, but important, place in British cinematographic history – in the early 20th century it was the birthplace … 10 mots de plus

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Elsa Lanchester – Catford’s Bride of Frankenstein

48 Farley Road is an ordinary looking Victorian terraced house in Catford; it has a brief, but important, place in British cinematographic history – in the early 20th century it was the birthplace in 1902 and home to Elsa Lanchester, who was to become the Bride of Frankenstein (Picture on Creative Commons via… 1 440 mots de plus

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Through the Fears - 1932

Welcome back to Through the Fears, where we reach into history to find the greatest horror films that time has to offer. I’m Matthew O’Leary, a writer out of Columbia, South Carolina, and this is Episode 6: 1932. 1 581 mots de plus

Episode 106 - "A More Wretched Hive of Scum and Villainy"

In their latest episode, Stephen, Sam, and Caleb look at their favorite villains and talk about what makes a great antagonist by looking at The Night of the Hunter… 70 mots de plus

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Past Imperfect - #519

Meanwhile, in one of those conservative states where people voted for Trump because they apparently relish alternative facts over progress, another wedding night ensues…

Deanna, left: “Darling, I couldn’t help but notice that your father is in the room as we are about to make whoopee.” 625 mots de plus

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