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Above you can see eight classic 80's movies. Can you name them? And you get Bonus Points if you can figure out the super secret hidden message!Ted and Magic Mike are both wildly overperforming at the box office this weekend, with the former expected to rake in $50 Million and the latter $45 Million. »
The tale of the “Three Mothers” started with Suspiria in 1977 is continued in Inferno, released in 1980. Rose Elliot, a young poet (Irene Miracle), discovers some strange things about the building she is living in and writes her brother Mark (Leigh McCloskey) to tell him about what she has uncovered. Once Rose goes missing, Mark comes to New York City to try and figure out what has happened to her.
Dario Argento’s follow up to Suspiria is a classic case of execution over concept. Like the film before it, Inferno has a very thin plot. But that’s not what these films are about. Whether it’s the weird guy who owns the bookstore next door, or the eccentric woman with the odd valet, Mark’s adventure of discovery, much like Suzy’s in Suspiria is what drives the “plot” forward.
Irene Miracle does what she can her small and limited role. »
- Derek Botelho
2 items from 2012
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