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“Here is the screen’s most shocking exposé, of the ‘Baby-Facers’ just taking their first stumbling steps down Sin Street U.S.A.!” Robert Altman’s first feature film is far too good to be described as any but an expert step toward an impressive career. But he had to deal with a young actor who drove him up the wall, Tom Laughlin.
1957 / B&W / 1:66 widescreen / 72 min. / Street Date March 21, 2017 / available through the Olive Films website / 29.98
Starring: Tom Laughlin, Peter Miller, Richard Bakalyan, Rosemary Howard, Helen Hawley, Leonard Belove, Lotus Corelli, James Lantz, Christine Altman, George Mason Kuhn, Pat Stedman, Norman Zands, James Leria, Julia Lee, Lou Lombardo.
Cinematography: Charles Paddock
Film Editor: Helene Turner
Second Unit Director: Reza Badiyi
Produced, Written and Directed by Robert Altman
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- Glenn Erickson
Remember when The Walking Dead's seventh season began last October with Glenn getting his head crushed beneath Negan's spiked baseball bat – one of the most devastating and polarizing deaths in the entire run of this corpse-strewn series? We've come full circle, in a way: Last night's finale ended with the dearly departed's wife/mother of his child Maggie giving a stirring speech that framed his murder as the loss of a kind man at the hands of a cruel one. In the sixth months between those moments, cable's most »
In 1976, he took viewers to The Town That Dreaded Sundown, and just a few years later, he introduced them to the horrors of the Monroe house in The Evictors, and Scream Factory has announced that they will release the 1979 horror film on Blu-ray sometime this summer with a fresh film transfer.
From Scream Factory: "We hinted at this in yesterday's flashback on The Town that Dreaded Sundown, now were are officially confirming it: 1979's The Evictors - directed by Charles B. Pierce and starring Jessica Harper (Suspiria) - will be receiving its own solo Blu-ray upgrade with a new film transfer. Expect it to occupy a release date sometime in early Summer."
Synopsis (via Blu-ray.com): "Shortly after moving into a cute farmhouse in a quaint Louisiana town, Ben (Michael Parks) and his wife, Ruth (Jessica Harper), experience strange and disturbing events and soon come to the frightening »
- Derek Anderson
3 items from 2017
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