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3-D Region B (+A ) Blu-ray
Panamint Cinema (UK)
1953 / Color / 1:33 flat / 83 min. / Street Date August 10, 2014 / Available from Amazon UK / £19.99
Cinematography: Lucien Ballard
Editor: Robert L. Simpson
Original Music: Paul Sawtell
Written by: Francis M. Cockrell, from his story The Waterhole :
Produced by: William Bloom
Directed by Roy (Ward) Baker
(Note, 1.18.17: Twilight Time will be releasing a domestic disc of
this title on May 16, licensed for U.S. distribution.)
A fine 20th Fox entry for the 3-D craze of 1953, the adventure thriller Inferno is often labeled a film noir in the desert. Despite the presence of a scheming, murderous wife, the noir quotient here is minimal — it’s just a straight survival tale with a homicidal twist. An odd UK-only release licensed by a small independent company, the Blu-ray 3-D is well encoded »
- Glenn Erickson
Because of his work, you might not be able to step into the shower without thinking of screeching violins, and maybe you flinch when you see a flock of birds pass overhead. Alfred Hitchcock's influence is undeniable, and Fright Rags celebrates The Master of Suspense with their latest shirt collection.
Featuring shirts that pay tribute to Alfred Hitchcock Presents, The Birds, and Psycho, Fright Rags' Hitchcock collection features four shirt designs, with "The Shower Scene" artwork also available on a baseball tee and zippered hoodie.
You can view all of the designs below (priced at $27.00 apiece for the shirts, $37.00 for the baseball tee, and $47.00 for the zippered hoodie), and to learn more, visit Fright Rags' website.
From Fright Rags: "Our Officially Licensed Alfred Hitchcock Collection is Now Available! Four new designs in Guys (S-5X) and Girls (S-2X). Includes a Baseball Tee and a Hoodie! Grab 'em now before they disappear! »
- Derek Anderson
Even before they were popularised by Scream‘s slasher movie obsessive Randy, most of us were aware of the ‘rules’ of populating a horror movie. Don’t have sex. Don’t smoke weed. Don’t go off alone. And for heaven’s sake, stay away from Indian burial grounds. Lest we give Randy all the credit though, some horror movies have been giving away the rules for years – and in their title, no less.
Don’t Look Now, Don’t Go Near the Park, Don’t Hang Up, Don’t Go in the Woods, Don’t Open Till Christmas, Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark (a somewhat ironic title, that), Don’t Go To Sleep… this naming convention was (and is) popular enough to »
- Joel Harley
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