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Re: Feud - Bette Davis and Joan Crawford! (reply)
Calling conservatives "monsters" is over the line!
TV Terrors

Robert Summit

04/17/17 6:02 AM
Re: Censored Screams (reply)
Great Book! Good Lord, if only we had an American Board of Film Censors!!!!
Horror Film Books and Magazines

Robert Summit

04/10/17 4:55 AM
Re: Best Mad Scientist evil assistant? (reply)
Does Marty Feldman count? Why not? Mel was spoofing Universal films.
Universal Horrors

Robert Summit

04/09/17 8:41 AM
Re: Don Rickles (reply)
Joey Bishop always called himself "The Mouse in the Rat Pack." He was a teetotaler, and that barred real access to Frank's inner circle. I don't know how much Don Rickles bent the elbow, but he might be considered part of Frank's...
Final Farewells

Robert Summit

04/09/17 8:38 AM
Re: SCRIPTS FROM THE CRYPT Wishlist! (reply)
I would gladly take SPOOKS RUN WILD first!How about MOTHER RILEY MEETS THE VAMPIRE?
Horror Film Books and Magazines

Robert Summit

04/09/17 8:10 AM
Re: SHOCK! THEATER: An Illustrated History (reply)
I'll trade you my 35 mm print of LONDON AFTER MIDNIGHT for it!
Horror Film Books and Magazines

Robert Summit

04/04/17 6:33 AM
Re: Startling moments in Godzilla or Kaijū movies (reply)
Katsura's fake jugs in TERROR OF MECHAGODZILLA.
Japanese Giants

Robert Summit

04/04/17 6:12 AM
Re: DC Movie Universe (reply)
Robert Troch wrote:davlghry wrote:I suspect even "the best of both worlds" would be divisive.  Superman and Batman fans especially tend to be fiercely invested in how they want their hero presented.   In terms of Joss Whedon and...
Coming Soon

Robert Summit

04/04/17 5:13 AM
Re: THE CORPSE VANISHES and BOWERY AT MIDNIGHT on Blu ray (reply)
Poverty Row

Robert Summit

04/03/17 7:59 AM
Re: What Annoys/Irritates You? (reply)
Is there anyone who is not annoyed by this? You come to the elevator, you press the button, the button lights up. Somebody gets in the elevator right behind you, they see that you've pressed the button because its all lit up--BUT THEY...
Off Topic Discussions

Robert Summit

04/03/17 7:08 AM
Re: DRACULA (1931) (reply)
TOD BROWNING'S DRACULA will aways be the greatest version of the story for me--armadillos, Jerusalem crickets, ragged cardboard, David Manners and all! HORROR OF DRACULA comes close, and Lee and Cushing are grand, but it lacks the...
CHFB Member Reviews

Robert Summit

04/03/17 5:16 AM
Re: THE VAMPIRE BAT (1933) is coming to Blu-ray April 25 from The Film Detective (reply)
I wouldn't dream of seeing this any other way than in the banged up prints you find on the "50 Horror Classics" sets!  It just seems more Monsterkiddery!
Classic Horror on DVD, Blu-Ray and Streaming

Robert Summit

04/03/17 5:03 AM
Re: Things other CHFB users do that drive you crazy (reply)
I've just started a new thread about that!
Off Topic Discussions

Robert Summit

04/02/17 7:20 AM
Re: SHOCK! THEATER: An Illustrated History (reply)
Dagnabbit! i thought this bump meant it was coming back into print! What an ass-u-me thing to do!
Horror Film Books and Magazines

Robert Summit

04/01/17 6:38 AM
Re: Jeff Rovin's The Return of The Wolfman (reply)
And it's damn good too! I remember I took it to a Cubs game and darn if I couldn't put it down during the game!
Horror by Candlelight

Robert Summit

03/31/17 7:03 AM
Re: What is the best of the 1940s poverty row horrors? (reply)
I'm bored silly by any Poverty Row that doesn't have Bela in it. With one exception . . . . . Mantan in KING OF THE ZOMBIES.
Poverty Row

Robert Summit

03/24/17 5:33 AM
Re: Rating Golden Age Fox Horror (reply)
Here is my ranking, including only those which I believe are really horror: 1. "He had strange eyes . . . . . . . he was a strange man." 2. "They were the footprints of a gigantic hound!" 3. "Beware thy bane on the frosty lane." 4....
Golden Age Horror

Robert Summit

03/21/17 7:54 AM
Re: The Film Detective announces new (DVD) restorations of THE BEAST OF YUCCA FLATS and HANDS OF A STRANGER; others (reply)
I read somewhere that Standard DVDs still outsell Blus, so a lot of fringe companies don't feel it's cost effective to produce them.
Classic Horror on DVD, Blu-Ray and Streaming

Robert Summit

03/21/17 5:45 AM
Re: NEW HAMMER MOVIES (reply)
Let Hammer rest in peace.
Hammer Horror

Robert Summit

03/21/17 5:36 AM
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