Archive for the ‘FILM & DOCUMENTRY’ Category

Street Trash (1987)

22/02/2015

Street Trash 1987 Film PosterThings in New York are about to go down the toilet…

Street Trash 1987

Street Trash 1987 Headless“I wrote it to democratically offend every group on the planet, and as a result the youth market embraced it as a renegade work, and it played midnight shows.”

Street Trash 1987 Movie

Street Trash 1987 Film

When the owner of a liquor store in lower Manhattan finds a case of 60 years old “Viper” in his cellar, he decides to sell it to the local hobos at one dollar a bottle, unaware of its true properties, The drink causes its consumers to melt away in a hideous fashion. At the same time, two homeless brothers find themselves up against the effects of the toxic brew, while an overzealous cop is trying to get to the bottom of all the deaths, all the while trying to end the tyranny of deranged Vietnam veteran Bronson.

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Making Of Total Recall (1990)

06/02/2015

RARE Total Recall PosterWhat would you do if someone stole your mind?

PREDATOR

09/01/2015

Futurezine You Son Of A Bitch Predator PatchThe Future of patches… Had this imported in from Canada

Dry Land Is A MYTH

21/11/2014

Deacon WaterworldDeacon: “Dry land is not just our destination, It’s our destiny!”

The English Patient (1996)

19/09/2014

While watching Anthony Minghella’s war drama (The English Patient) a few months back I noticed this scene near the end of film. It shows one of the characters (Naveen Andrews) clutching a Sunderland scarf…. The only problem with this is….. The film is set around the close of World War II which lasted from 1 September 1939 to the 2 September 1945 and the Sunderland badge depicted on the scarf showing the old ship was not introduced by the club until 1977. 32 years after the end of World War II. Hows that for a continuity error?

The English Patient Sunderland Scarf

The English Patient Sunderland Scarf SAFC

The English Patient Sunderland Badge Scarf WWII

Video Short By James Newrick

02/07/2014

Documentation of mid century concrete structure, pattern and tiled mosaic work. Crushing Strength touches upon the late 1950’s ambitious architectural vision for the Northeast, obsession with space travel and finding escapism through our architectural surroundings.

A Lizard in a Woman’s Skin (1971)

26/06/2014

lucio fulcis lizard in a woman's skin Poster

Florinda Bolkan plays the daughter of a prominant English politician who keeps having recurring “nightmares” in which she makes love to a bisexual nympho who lives downstairs and conducts all-night LSD orgies. When the nocturnal wet dreams become murderous, the neighbor turns up dead, and Florinda is the main suspect. Did she actually commit the murder she dreamt about? Is she being framed by her philandering husband? Did Florinda actually make nightly visits downstairs aside from borrowing the occasional cup of sugar? How DID Florinda’s letter opener end up stuck in the dead neighbor’s chest anyway? The complex plot unfolds amidst red herrings, outlandish dream sequences, lesbian hanky panky, and ominous close-ups of Florinda Bolkan’s guilt-ridden facial expressions every time someone mentions the murder.

A Lizard in a Womans Skin 1971

The scene in which Carol encounters the disemboweled dogs in the clinic became quite controversial because of the startlingly realistic (and graphic) appearance of the fake prop dogs. Director Lucio Fulci was nearly sent to prison because it was believed that the dogs were real and Fulci had allowed animal cruelty on the film. However crew members were able to testify in court that the “dogs” were indeed fake and no animals had ever been harmed. Special effects artist Carlo Rambaldi even presented the dog props in court to convince the jury. This was the first time that an effects artist had to testify in court that their work was fake.

A LIZARD IN WOMAN'S SKIN

Altered States (1980)

09/04/2014

altered states– When he heard his cry for help it wasn’t human –

Research scientist Eddie Jessup (William Hurt) believes other states of consciousness are as real as everyday reality. Using sensory deprivation, then adding powerful, hallucinogenic drugs, he explores these altered states and endures experiences that make madness seem a blessing…

altered states ken russell“The way I feel, I don’t expect to go to sleep for a year. I’m on fucking fire”

altered states FILMThe most terrifying experiment in the history of science is out of control… and the subject is himself

Altered States WILLIAM HURT“Ever since we dispensed with God we’ve got nothing but ourselves to explain this meaningless horror of life.”

Harold Ramis (1944 – 2014)

24/02/2014

Harold Ramis Egon Spengler Ghost BustersDr.Egon Spengler has passed but GROUNDHOG DAY will live on forever!

Exploding HEADS (compilation)

19/02/2014

Tyler Stout Film Posters

12/02/2014

Tyler Stout Total Recall Film PosterTotal Recall (1990)

Tyler Stout Warriors Film posterThe Warriors (1979)

Blade Runner Film Poster Tyler StoutBlade Runner (1982)

Tyler Stout The Thing Film PosterThe Thing (1982)

Scream and SCREAM Again (1970)

22/01/2014

scream and scream again posterAn eccentric scientist kidnaps people from the streets and uses their organs and limbs to create super-human creatures. When one of his hybrid monsters develops a lust for killing, it’s left to London Detective Bellaver to take on the case, freshly dubbed “The Vampire Murders.” After a string of girls are being found with their throats slashed, puncture wounds on their arms, and their bodies drained of blood…….

Watch the full film HERE!

“How long ago did she die?”…. “She has never really existed yet, you see she’s been assembled piece by piece, organ by organ. She’s a composite.”

Groundhog Day (1993)

27/11/2013

groundhog day Bill Murray“You want a prediction about the weather, you’re asking the wrong Phil. I’ll give you a winter prediction: It’s gonna be cold, it’s gonna be grey, and it’s gonna last you for the rest of your life.”

Tales From The Crypt (1972)

14/11/2013

TALES FROM THE CRYPT (1972)On a tourist trip to view old catacombs five strangers with one thing in common (They do not realize that they are dead) end up being Separated from the main group, they find themselves in a room with the mysterious Crypt Keeper, who details how each of the strangers have died. They are then given the option of avoiding their fates – by avoiding living out the rest of their lives.

PARASITE (1982)

13/11/2013

parasite 1982 film

Once it gets inside you, it will do anything to get out!

parasite 1982

In the near future, an atomic disaster has reduced the world to poverty. Instead of a government, America is run by an organization called the Merchants, who exploit the degenerate remains of society. In order to keep control of the populace, the Merchants force Dr. Paul Dean (Robert Glaudini) to create a new life form, a parasite that feeds on its host. Realizing the deadly potential of such a being, Dean escapes the Merchants with the parasite, infecting himself in the process. Now on the run, he travels from town to town, studying the parasite so that he can find a way to destroy it, all the while keeping one step ahead of a Merchant named Wolf who is hunting for him. While resting in a desert town, he is attacked by a gang of hooligans led by Ricus, a former slave of the Merchants. The gang steals silver canister containing the parasite, not realizing what it is, and it escapes and infects one of the members. Meanwhile, Paul befriends a pretty young lemon grower named Patricia Wells, who promises to help him destroy the escaped parasite. Ricus, trying to save the life of his friend, comes to Paul for help, only to be confronted by Wolf. Patricia, Paul, and Ricus manage to evade Wolf, but when they return, the parasite has spread to another member and grown into a fleshy worm with a mouthful of deadly teeth. Ricus becomes a turncoat and attempts to help, but ends up getting killed by Wolf. A friendly diner owner, named Collins, comes to aid the group. After Patricia helps kill the parasite in Paul, which they electrocute, the worm attacks Wolf who is then blown up by Patricia, Paul, and Collins.

Parasite 1982 Movie

RED JOHN

30/10/2013

RED JOHN LOGO THE MENTALISTTIGER, tiger, burning bright
In the forests of the night,
What immortal hand or eye
Could frame thy fearful symmetry?

Bone Deth’s Boner House Episode 1

08/10/2013

Bone Deth Video presents season 1 episode 1 of “Boner House”

first episode includes a tale titled THE TIP.

featuring Sean Burns and Chris Tardiff.

Tales From The Crypt (1972)

17/09/2013

Tales from the crypt 1972 posterOn a tourist trip to view old catacombs five strangers with one thing in common (They do not realize that they are dead) end up being Separated from the main group, they find themselves in a room with the mysterious Crypt Keeper, who details how each of the strangers have died. They are then given the option of avoiding their fates – by avoiding living out the rest of their lives.

peter cushing tales for the cryptPeter Cushing as Arthur Edward Grimsdyke

Peter CushingWatch Tales From The Crypt In FULL HERE

Visit The Peter Cushing Blogspot HERE

BASKET CASE (what’s in the basket?)

22/08/2013

Basket Case Logo Horror

Casey: There’s something I’ve been dying to ask you. What’s in the basket?

Duane: My brother. Casey: Your brother! Casey: What is he, a midget?

Duane: No, he’s deformed. A freak, he looks like a squashed octopus!

Video By Stephen Weldon

Spellbound (1945)

18/08/2013

Salvador Dalí: The Dream Sequence

Our story deals with psychoanalysis, the method by which modern science treats the emotional problems of the sane. The analyst seeks only to induce the patient to talk about his hidden problems, to open the locked doors of his mind. Once the complexes that have been disturbing the patient are uncovered and interpreted, the illness and confusion disappear … and the evils of unreason are driven from the human soul.

Spellbound dream sequence Spellbound is one of Hitchcock’s strangest and most atmospheric films, providing the director with plenty of opportunities to explore what he called “pure cinema”–i.e., the power of pure visual associations.

spellbound dali dream sequence“The old must make way for the new, especially when the old is suspected of senility.”

Spellbound Dream Sequence Dali“Good night and sweet dreams… which we’ll analyze at breakfast.”

Click HERE to watch spellbound in it’s entirety