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“Along with "The Haunting of Hill House" great atmospheric horror flicks. Imagination over gore.”
Steve Clark Harvey on Behind the Scenes of The Innocents, about 4 hours ago.
“It is worth tracking down Bergman's books/autobiographies and a text of his predecessor radio play Carving on Wood where most of dialogue is between the valet & woodcutter. ( Characters . . .”
Bob Driscoll in Lanark County on The Seventh Seal: There Go the Clowns, about 8 hours ago.
“1. Bunuel's masterful control of cinema. 2. The beautiful photography. 3. The stunning beauty of Deneuve”
Jose Pelaez on Three Reasons: Belle de jour, about 22 hours ago.
“I second that recommendation. The Magus is terrific book!”
Patrick on All in The Game, 1 day ago.
“Insightful review. However, the story never really ends. This makes it even darker and more ambiguous than A Christmas Carol and the like. More like Vertigo or a Groundhog Day that never stops. . . .”
Lynn on All in The Game, 1 day ago.
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