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Re: Jimmy Greenspoon (Three Dog Night) (reply)
Three Dog Night WERE am radio in the early 70s and remain one of my favorite bands. Thanks for posting that collection of song intros as it really took me back. RIP Jimmy.
Final Farewells

Frankensteinhead

03/16/15 3:22 AM
Re: Best 3D movie???  (reply)
Agree that it's a toss up between HOUSE OF WAX and CFTBL. HOW is more visually arresting, with its paddle ball and the chair being thrown into the audience etc., but the single greatest 3-d shot I've ever seen is an extremely simple one...
'50s Horror and Sci-Fi

Frankensteinhead

03/15/15 12:40 AM
Re: What other genres could our Universal Horror films occupy? (reply)
DonM435 wrote:TVGuide used to list 'em as "melodrama."I remember that! Vividly!
Universal Horrors

Frankensteinhead

12/12/14 12:16 PM
Re: Can You Identify These COLOR pics of The Wolfman? (reply)
Hmm? Is Ron Chaney behind these?
Universal Horrors

Frankensteinhead

11/04/14 9:13 PM
Re: I Loved It As A Kid, But I Just Can't Sit Through It Anymore...Or Vice Versa!  (reply)
I can't watch THE FLINTSTONES anymore. I adored this show as a kid and tried watching it fairly recently and was totally put off by the laugh track. With a live action comedy from the period you can kid yourself into thinking that the...
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Frankensteinhead

10/28/14 1:11 AM
Re: The Body Snatcher (reply)
I just watched this again this evening and, for me , this movie truly benefits from repeat viewings. A masterpiece of direction; there isn't a wasted frame in this. It isn't surprising to realise that the director, Robert Wise, would go...
Golden Age Horror

Frankensteinhead

10/13/14 1:22 AM
Re: Diane Nyland (reply)
I remember THE TROUBLE WITH TRACY and it was,for its time, the reason why every Canadian actor wanted to go south to try to make it, but this SMALL WONDER show looks worse, and according to IMDB it ran for 4 seasons. Who in gods name...
Final Farewells

Frankensteinhead

10/10/14 1:56 AM
Re: THE BIRDS (reply)
For me, the scene where Tippi waits outside of the school and has a smoke while the children sing THAT SONG and the birds gather gradually on the monkey bars is one of the great examples of film making that i've ever seen. i just want to...
'60s Horror and Sci-Fi

Frankensteinhead

10/02/14 1:03 AM
Re: PG's Trivia thread (reply)
Monstroso Sabroso wrote:I bet there wasn't even a Mandy, that lying jackanapes.Actually, there wasn't. It was originally called BRANDY and was a hit for Scott English and I rather liked it. I can recall being nauseated when I heard...
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Frankensteinhead

09/25/14 11:06 PM
Re: FRANKENSTEIN (1931) (reply)
Another giveaway is the UNIVERSAL INTERNATIONAL logo in the top right corner. And what's with the babe in the red dress with the heaving bosoms? Were any filmgoers upset at the lack of samein the actual movie?
Universal Horrors

Frankensteinhead

09/22/14 8:13 PM
Re: Why I Like Spoilers (reply)
About 20 years ago i got to watch PSYCHO with somebody who not only had never seen it before but had not even heard of the movie. When the big reveal happened before Simon Oaklands psychiatrists' speech, my friend, who'd been paying...
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Frankensteinhead

08/27/14 11:59 AM
Re: "L. Maltin's MOVIE GUIDE" (reply)
F. Gwynplaine MacAsswipe?? Weaver, you're the funniest man in the world when you're passionately pissed off about something!
Final Farewells

Frankensteinhead

08/19/14 8:23 PM
Re: "L. Maltin's MOVIE GUIDE" (reply)
This bothers me! A staple of hard media finally admits its own redundancy. When I was a preteen i used to read his book virtually cover to cover. It was truly the cinefiles bible and now it's over! This really bothers me!
Final Farewells

Frankensteinhead

08/19/14 6:26 PM
Re: Favorite Supporting Performances in Classic Horror Films (reply)
I was fortunate enough to get to see a 35 mm screening of FRANKENSTEIN this past Friday night and Frederic Kerr as the old Baron just killed! Pretty much every line that he had got a laugh out of the audience, so, on the strength of...
Golden Age Horror

Frankensteinhead

08/17/14 6:32 PM
Re: A Field In England (reply)
Just watched this this past week and it was good. It didn't knock me out the way KILL LIST did but few horror films in the last few years have. I think that Wheatley is definately a filmmaker to keep an eye on. Stylistically, it struck...
Current Films

Frankensteinhead

07/18/14 12:28 PM
Re: A grave choice: your epitaph (reply)
"DONE"
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Frankensteinhead

06/05/14 1:51 AM
Re: What Annoys/Irritates You? (reply)
I've always thought of squirrels as health food rats!
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Frankensteinhead

05/27/14 8:03 PM
Re: Which episodes of once-great TV shows have the producer seeing a shark's dorsal fin below his feet? (reply)
CAROLINE IN THE CITY when she finally got together with Richard, and FRASIER when Niles and Daphne finally got together. IMHO those types of plot resolutions should be saved for series finales.
TV Terrors

Frankensteinhead

05/22/14 8:46 PM
Re: Ever Been To A Movie Where The Audience Booed The Flick? (reply)
Me and my buddy were 12 years old when we went and saw a double bill of BLOOD FROM THE MUMMYS TOMB and NIGHT OF THE BLOOD MONSTER. NOTBM was actually Jess Francos THE BLOODY JUDGE with all of the sadism and nudity cut out of it. We all...
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Frankensteinhead

05/07/14 3:45 AM
Re: Which Universal Monster Are You?!? (reply)
I got THE PHANTOM, which is fine...but...um...I'm not changing my avatar anytime soon.
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Frankensteinhead

04/28/14 2:04 AM