thecarnivalofhorror:

Behind the scenes of classic movie monsters.

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warnerarchive:

wearentexpendable:

“A polite question is what the f*** kind of police force is this?”

The Super Cops (1974)

warnerarchive:

wearentexpendable:

A polite question is what the f*** kind of police force is this?”

The Super Cops (1974)

warnerarchive:

Original poster for The Hypnotic Eye (1960)

warnerarchive:

Original poster for The Hypnotic Eye (1960)

(Source: cinefamily)

Thelma Schoonmaker can be called nothing less than one of American film’s treasures. The award-winning editor has collaborated with Martin Scorsese on all 18 of his films. She has been nominated for seven Oscars in the Film Editing category, and has won three of them for Raging Bull, The Aviator, and The Departed. She has received seven BAFTA award nominations in Film Editing including for their most recent collaboration, The Wolf of Wall Street, and has won for two of them, Raging Bull and Goodfellas. She has also joined Martin Scorsese in her active commitment to film preservation, specifically focusing on the restoration and preservation of the films of her late husband, legendary director Michael Powell. In addition to her appearance at Scarecrow, Ms. Schoonmaker will also be at Seattle Art Museum to present two of these films:

Thursday, March 20 –A Matter of Life and Death (1946)  35mm, 104 min.
Friday March 21—Gone to Earth (1950)  35mm, 110 min.

 Tickets can also be purchased online here.

Both films start at 7:30pm at the Plestcheeff Auditorium in SAM Downtown. Ms. Schoonmaker will introduce the movies and answer audience questions each night.

 Tickets for both films are available at the SAM Box Office and at Scarecrow Video:

 $14—members of Seattle Art Museum, SIFF, Northwest Film Forum & TheFilmSchool.

$18—nonmembers 

 If there are seats remaining, single admission tickets will be sold at the door on the day of show. 

 

Thelma Schoonmaker can be called nothing less than one of American film’s treasures. The award-winning editor has collaborated with Martin Scorsese on all 18 of his films. She has been nominated for seven Oscars in the Film Editing category, and has won three of them for Raging Bull, The Aviator, and The Departed. She has received seven BAFTA award nominations in Film Editing including for their most recent collaboration, The Wolf of Wall Street, and has won for two of them, Raging Bull and Goodfellas. She has also joined Martin Scorsese in her active commitment to film preservation, specifically focusing on the restoration and preservation of the films of her late husband, legendary director Michael Powell. In addition to her appearance at Scarecrow, Ms. Schoonmaker will also be at Seattle Art Museum to present two of these films:

Thursday, March 20A Matter of Life and Death (1946)  35mm, 104 min.

Friday March 21Gone to Earth (1950)  35mm, 110 min.

 Tickets can also be purchased online here.

Both films start at 7:30pm at the Plestcheeff Auditorium in SAM Downtown. Ms. Schoonmaker will introduce the movies and answer audience questions each night.

 Tickets for both films are available at the SAM Box Office and at Scarecrow Video:

 $14—members of Seattle Art Museum, SIFF, Northwest Film Forum & TheFilmSchool.

$18—nonmembers 

 If there are seats remaining, single admission tickets will be sold at the door on the day of show. 

 

Was Monster Squad a TV show? I only know about the movie. I also like the way that the Frankenstein Monster and the Wolf Man are showing off their championship belts, while Dracula is just kind of standing around looking embarrassed.

Was Monster Squad a TV show? I only know about the movie. I also like the way that the Frankenstein Monster and the Wolf Man are showing off their championship belts, while Dracula is just kind of standing around looking embarrassed.

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birthmoviesdeath:

–EH

At last, a movie combining the awe inspiring swordplay of Zatoichi, with the bumbling idiocy of Mr Magoo!

birthmoviesdeath:

–EH

At last, a movie combining the awe inspiring swordplay of Zatoichi, with the bumbling idiocy of Mr Magoo!

(Source: vazetti)

vintagetoyarchive:

KNICKERBOCKER: 1979 The Lord of the Rings GOLLUM Action Figure

vintagetoyarchive:

KNICKERBOCKER: 1979 The Lord of the Rings GOLLUM Action Figure

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