While Ed is examining a piece of cloth with a magnifier, he flips the magnifier over from shot to shot (apparently to create a magnified eyeball in the initial shot). Because the magnifier's case is open on one side, the flipping is quite obvious. See more »
"No animals were hurt during the production of this screenplay. Even the undead ones." See more »
I want to keep my movie collection down to a manageable & rational number for reasons I won't go into here. Evil Eyes became a keeper because of its treatment of females. The movie was way too violent first time through, so I wrote it off & forgot about it, or so I thought at the time. But the images of the girls kept coming back on me. They were all attractive in various ways and whoever shot the scenes including them adores the opposite sex as much as I do. And the actresses treatments of their own respective characters bridged the gap between drama and reality. In other words, they were at the same time, themselves and the roles they were playing. You see this kind of melding in live comedy skits, as on Saturday Night Live, but I can't think of another movie with actresses so ready to break out.
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