who says popcorn isn't a meal
I freaking love the seventies. The Juicy Fruitiness of this!!
Death records, Faust, Jessica Harper, Paul Williams (who co-scored the film, receiving an Oscar nomination) escape from Sing Sing with the tiddlywinks, "mad tunesmith bites bullet", this is FANTASTIC, I don't know how this stayed off my radar for so long.
"I give you the future... Beef"
(who I thought I would hate, but adored). The shower scene with the plunger...
Rock operatic horror...the MUSIC. BRILLIANT.
Weird and wonderful, so wonderful.
Thank you ☠️😈Hooptober 7.0👿☠️ for introducing me to this!!!
🌺Murder and May-hem: Daily Horror Hunt #23 – May 2020💀
4. Let's have a 70s Dinner Party with a 70s horror, the 70sier the better! If you want to eat something encased in jello while you watch, I won't judge.
Omygarsh the May Morrison Sweets shop is the best thing I've seen in aaaages. This film screams 70s, like a Donovan song gone really really wrong.
This is the quintessential film for May, 1st! 🥀 If you have it on…
I totally forgot to check the runtime on this before going in. Honestly, even though I shifted in my seat several times, it never quite dragged for me. I thought it was fine. I can't say as though I'd recommend it to anyone for any particular reason(s)--but there's a lot to enjoy.
I fully enjoyed the portrayal of Bill's discomfort and immersion within the city of Marseille--I felt that. When I was a senior in high school I spent a…
🌊Daily Horror Hunt July 2021 #37🌅
8. To ensure I watched all of the classics, I bought a scratch poster of 100 Must See Horror Movies and as of this month I only have one film left to watch from the poster Watch any movie from my poster (if you want to join me in watching the final one, watch Death Race 2000)
*Think I need one of these posters
"Chicken in a casket!"
This might be great as a…
My son and I drove almost an hour to see this. After driving willingly into traffic, a jeep passed us on the highway in which a man stood playing the bagpipes.
This film was just as surprising and equally as fascinating.
I am a die-hard Nic Cage fan, but always honest in my ratings. This was excellent.