Sometimes I Think I’m Really Funny.
A Horror Movie About Anxiety And Paranoia = My Life Story
”..Kate just graduated college, started a new job and is moving into a new apartment with her best friend, Clara. Everything seemed to be going just fine. But things soon come to a halt. Her world is suddenly filled with a paralyzing sense of anxiety and dread. Something has changed and it’s gnawing at her. She’s become prey to a world filled with suffocating, terrorizing paranoia. The Red is about a life plagued with overwhelming dread and fear. It’s a thriller about the things we can’t outrun in life; the terrors we can’t escape, but have to face…”
Saw A Sneak Peek Of Evil Dead Last Night……Jeeeeeez…Not Another Peep
- First We Take Manhattan
Who Watches the Watchmen: Complete Soundtrack
Leonard Cohen - First We Take Manhattan
….”then we take Berlin”
Awesome Retro Horror Movie Poster For Ghostface Killah’s New Album “Twelve Reasons To Die”
- The Hero
Queen - The Hero (Flash Gordon Soundtrack)
Sundays Are For Napoleon Dynamite and Side Ponytails #gosh
my relationship with #lost is also extremely personal!
Watch Out For Escaped Mental Institution Psycho Santa Tonight!
Posted This Originally In March of 2010:
Tales From The Crypt (1972)
Somewhere in the caverns of my memory, a scene from this movie stayed around. I don’t remember seeing the whole thing, but it must have been a USA Up All Night or HBO showing in the early eighties.
Yeah, USA Up All Night….
For 1972, this flick is original and freaky. 5 people, 5 sequences, each revealing their own brand of story telling and frightening conclusions.
It made me happy to realize that i have not become so de-sensitized to the present, and a movie from 1972 can be scary.
And Joan Collins is way hot.
Or was hot in 1972.
I completely expect all of this and more to go down on 12/21/12…..and Donald Sutherland as the clumsy waiter…
Underated Movie! and great soundtrack!
I’m no longer a cinematic idiot, so you don’t have to feel sorry for me. Finally, for the first time watched The Evil Dead, and Evil Dead II. Now, the the first one was generally creepy, and was rather excellent. The second one kinda confused me for the first half-hour or so, but turned out pretty good. A lot more campy, which was fine. BTW- this scene from High Fidelity, one of my “top 5” favorite movies, features the chill Grand Funk Railroad song “Get It Together” playing in the background.