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Re: LIVE AND LET DIE (1973)  (reply)
drmedula wrote:I have never understood the fierce hatred of the clown suit in OCTOPUSSY, as the actual sequence ITSELF is one of the most grounded and realistic in the entire series. It's actually pretty Hitchcockian, with Bond...
CHFB Member Reviews

clore103051

03/05/15 7:43 PM
Re: DVD Recording from HD TV (reply)
By definition, DVDs are SD. An HD source such as TCM can't be duplicated on a DVD. Let's say you recorded THE MALTESE FALCON five years ago from the TCM airing and now they're using a digital source equal to the BluRay of the same film....
Horror Tech

clore103051

03/05/15 1:04 AM
Re: Unhosted Horror Film Programs (reply)
New York's WNBC had "Festival of Thrillers" starting in Spring of 1965 and that ran until the 70s. It started as as a Sat/1am program, then moved to Sunday/1am but they had a mix of old Shock Theater titles and later added some Hammers...
Our Favorite Horror Hosts

clore103051

02/22/15 11:37 PM
Re: Frederick Kerr (reply)
Wich2 wrote:>David Manners being very mannered and as usual, dull.< Always the cue to mention THE MIRACLE WOMAN, where he's terrific.I'm going to have to check out THE MIRACLE WOMAN again, I haven't seen it since the early 70s when...
Horror Film Stars

clore103051

02/09/15 11:29 PM
Re: Frederick Kerr (reply)
That's BEAUTY AND THE BOSS Tom, a very enjoyable Warren William romp, also with David Manners being very mannered and as usual, dull.
Horror Film Stars

clore103051

02/08/15 5:57 PM
Re: The Mystery of Mr. X (reply)
OK, LONDON BY NIGHT and HAUNTED HONEYMOON will also get a viewing tomorrow.Meanwhile, tonight it's 10 RILLINGTON PLACE before I go to sleep. A good thing that I already have SEANCE ON A WET AFTERNOON (3am) or I'd never get any sleep.
Murder and Mystery

clore103051

01/29/15 2:54 AM
The Mystery of Mr. X (topic)
This pre-Code goodie airs January 29 at 815am on TCM. An early serial killer story, it has Robert Montgomery as a jewel thief who's accused of being the murderer of a number of policemen. It's up to him to stay one step ahead of the...
Murder and Mystery

clore103051

01/29/15 12:14 AM
Re: TCM Apr 2015 (reply)
rvoyttbots wrote:I always overlook MIRANDA. I was never sure about GABRIEL. Never knew about MEN MUST FIGHT. Thanks.Well, a title such as MR. PEABODY AND THE MERMAID is self-explanatory, MIRANDA isn't. Even worse was the title of the...
VCR / TiVo Alert

clore103051

01/26/15 10:46 PM
Re: TCM Apr 2015 (reply)
I see that GABRIEL OVER THE WHITE HOUSE is scheduled in which the crooked President is reformed by divine intervention  - to become a fascist in this Hearst production.MY BLOOD RUNS COLD was pitched as a genre film to unsuspecting...
VCR / TiVo Alert

clore103051

01/26/15 5:01 AM
Re: Barrie Ingham (Disney voice, Dr Who actor) (reply)
I remember him most as the last of the Hammer Robin Hood portrayers and quite good he was in A CHALLENGE FOR ROBIN HOOD.
Final Farewells

clore103051

01/25/15 1:29 PM
Re: Before I Hang (1940) (reply)
Monsterpal wrote:I always thought BEFORE I HANG would make a good title for a Western.A prequel to an old Clint Eastwood film: BEFORE I HANG 'EM HIGH.
Golden Age Horror

clore103051

01/24/15 1:24 AM
Re: 60s Batman Director is 100!! (reply)
I know him most from his WB TV days where he did lots of their westerns and P.I. shows. Bless his long life, he's blessed ours.
Birthdays and Holidays

clore103051

01/22/15 4:05 AM
Re: LOST IN SPACE (1965-1968) (reply)
Rakshasa wrote:Bill Mumy just confirmed on Facebook that the entire LOST IN SPACE series is being released on Blu-ray in September of 2015!Amazon must be making shelf space, they just sent me this on a sale of the DVD set - 70% off...
TV Terrors

clore103051

01/18/15 3:02 PM
Re: THE FACE OF MARBLE (1946) #248  (reply)
horrorfilmx wrote:The only problem with Jerry Juran day was they were all so familiar. I have to say I enjoyed William Beaudine's birthday tribute a lot more. It is heartwarming to see directors such as Beaudine, Lew Landers and Edward...
Poverty Row

clore103051

01/17/15 5:59 PM
Re: THE FACE OF MARBLE (1946) #248  (reply)
Man that TCM print was bad. Was this the 40s version of shaky cam? In order to follow the film, my head was shaking like Charlie Callas.I enjoyed the next day's Nathan Juran fest a lot more, although the print of FLIGHT OF THE LOST...
Poverty Row

clore103051

01/17/15 1:08 PM
Re: The Undying Monster (reply)
TomWeaver999 wrote:Just for laughs: Anybody who's got a copy of UNDYING MONSTER, and ALSO has a copy of Monogram's THE FACE OF MARBLE ... run the two opening scenes one after the other -- very, very similar. Both movies were written by...
Golden Age Horror

clore103051

01/14/15 2:36 PM
Re: Question about VOYAGE TO THE BOTTOM OF THE SEA's David Hedison (reply)
Not that it has anything to do with Hedison but I spotted this bit of trivia for the series on the IMDb page yesterday that touched my sense of humor:"Popular character actor, and former professional wrestler, Henry Kulky was chosen as a...
TV Terrors

clore103051

01/06/15 2:27 PM
Re: DVD & Blu-ray Sales, Coupons & Exclusives  (reply)
There's a 5/$45 sale at the Warner Archive through January 5.
Classic Horror on DVD, Blu-Ray and Streaming

clore103051

01/02/15 8:08 PM
Re: GetTV (reply)
will wrote:I noticed yesterday they were advertising Boston Blackie. Footsteps in the Fog is pretty good, too, rather underrated. Sort of feels like an episode of Alfred Hitchcoock Presents done feature length.I like Footsteps in the...
TV Terrors

clore103051

01/02/15 12:20 AM
Re: Edward Herrmann, actor (reply)
fsjon wrote:I believe he also played Joseph Breen in Scorcese's THE AVIATOR, extolling the potential negative effect Jane Russell's cleavage would have on the world. RIPHe was Raymond Massey in a TV movie JAMES DEAN and William...
Final Farewells

clore103051

01/01/15 3:58 AM