Jessica awakens when an alien spacecraft lands nearby. After dispatching a young couple, the alien assumes the identity of the recently dispatched young man. Jessica and her possessive ... See full summary »
Royal descendants feel the wrath of the curse of condemned witch Mad Dolly, who spews forth her prophecy while she is burned at the stake. The victims suffer death by having their heads ... See full summary »
This marvelous short subject follows the adventures of a young woman as she takes in the sights and sounds of the long since closed Battersea Pleasure Gardens: the Ferris wheel, the dodgems, the toffee apples, and the eligible bachelors. Shot in 1959 but not completed until 2007, this was Norman J. Warren's first film, and it certainly suggested that he - along with cinematographer Brian Tufano, who apparently shot Incident on two different kinds of film stock (one grainier than the other, which may explain why the film remained unfinished for so long) - was a talent to watch. This is no nostalgia trip, though, coming with a sting in the tail that belies the beauty of Mt Davidson's contemporary score. A really pleasant little surprise.
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