Tuesday, January 20, 2009

Tusday stuff (Kill Baby Kill, Laura Mars, Colin Clive, Sherlock Holmes and more)

Kindertrauma on Kill Baby Kill

Final Girl on The Eyes of Laura Mars

Frankensteinia remembers Dr. Frankenstein : Colin Clive

Colossus - The Forbin Project.@ Grantbridge Street

Horror 2008, a Retrospective: Part 5, News & Events @ Horrors Not Dead

Awards Watch: VES Nominations @ Movie Dearest

DVD Talk reviews:
Eden Lake
Repo: The Genetic Opera
Cinematic Titanic - Frankenstein's Castle of Freaks

Frankenstein Jr. and the Impossibles
@ Cool-Mo-Dee

The Space Voters @ Fortress of Fortitude

The Horrors of it All shares The Cask of Amontillado

Son of Frankenstein fumetti adaptation from April,1939 @ Golden Age Comic Stories

The Speckled Band @ Internet Archive
Rare Sherlock Holmes film starring Raymond Massey as SHerlock Holmes. Lyn Harding who plays Dr Rylot later appeared as Moriarty in "Silver Blaze"/"Murder at the Baskervilles."
Netflix Watch Instantly (req acct)
Body Snatchers
Young Marty Malone (Gabrielle Anwar) and her family have just moved to a Southern military base so that her father (Terry Kinney) can study a curious environmental issue. Just as she's settling into her new life, Marty learns that an alien attack is imminent and that the creatures are planning to turn humans into "pod people" as they sleep. Marty and her friends must now band together to fight off the aliens.

Morons from Outer Space
When a handful of extremely dim-witted aliens accidentally maroon themselves on Earth, British authorities interrogate them and want them exterminated. But with the help of a shrewd news reporter, the aliens instead become media darlings … and then rock 'n' roll stars! The bizarre rock group soon embarks on a U.S. tour, but how long will they enjoy their new life before their mother ship whisks them back into space?

House of Wax / The Mystery of the Wax Museum

In this spine-tingling film -- one of the first 3D movies ever made -- Vincent Price thrills as Professor Henry Jarrod, the creepy curator of a wax museum who loses his beloved business to a fire and then rebuilds it. This time, though, he doesn't use wax models, but a ghoulish alternative: dead bodies. Also includes The Mystery of the Wax Museum, the 1933 feature that House of Wax was based on.