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"Lot's wife was turned into a pillar of salt. Whoever opens this box will be turned into brimstone and ashes."
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Murder Mysteries | KISS ME DEADLY | 1955 | Starring Ralph Meeker, Albert Dekker, and Paul Stewart | Written by A.I. Bezzerides | Directed by Robert Aldrich
Available this Tuesday! War for the Planet of the Apes! I’m so excited to check this out since I missed it in theaters and loved the first two!
Office Christmas Party (2016)
Rating - 5.8/10
Three Word Review
• Bland - Wasted - Cast
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Attending the Toronto International Nollywood Film Festival #tinff
LOVE THIS POSTER - The Shape of Water directed by Guillermo del Toro and stars Sally Hawkins, Michael Shannon, Richard Jenkins, Doug Jones, Michael Stuhlbarg and Octavia Spencer #theshapeofwater #guillermodeltoro #films #fantasy #scifi #michaelshannon #sallyhawkins #lovefilms #moviefan #instagram #like #octaviaspencer #filmscomingsoon #cinema #filmnight #popcorn #guillermodeltoromovies #guillermodeltorofilms
Scary Movie Month!
Never before seen
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"An American Werewolf in London" 1981
-written and directed by John Landis

Two American college students on a walking tour of Britain are attacked by a werewolf that none of the locals will admit exists.

Starring
David Naughton as David Kessler
Griffin Dunne as Jack Goodman
Jenny Agutter as Nurse Alex Price
Frank Oz as Mr. Collins
John Woodvine as Dr. J. S. Hirsch
Don McKillop as Inspector Villiers
Paul Kember as Sergeant McManus
Lila Kaye as Barmaid
Brian Glover as Chess Player
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Fun Facts!
This is the first film to earn the Academy Award for Best Make-up. That category was created in 1981.

The final look of the werewolf was based on Make-up Creator Rick Baker's white German Shepherd dog Bosko.

During a preview of the film the marquee said, "From the Director of Animal House (1978)." Because of this, many people in the audience thought they were seeing a comedy. Reportedly, people ran out of the theater when they discovered it was a horror film, because they were frightened.

John Landis wrote the screenplay for this film following an incident while shooting Kelly's Heroes (1970) (while he was a go-fer) in the countryside of Yugoslavia. While driving along a country road with a colleague, Landis encountered a gypsy funeral. The body was being buried in a massively deep grave, feet first, while wrapped in garlic, so he would not rise from the dead.

During the infamous transformation scene, David's screaming evolves into a series of monstrous roars. In this scene, there is a shot where he is on his back and staring at the camera, reaching out. From this moment to the end of the scene, listen carefully; the audio track of the werewolf roars is the same track used in the opening scene of Michael Jackson: Thriller (1983). Griffin Dunne and David Naughton improvised saying goodbye to the sheep at the beginning.
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