Yes, as a matter of fact, I do keep records about that sort of thing.  Here’s what’s new:

The Drums of Jeopardy (1931), in which Warner Oland isn’t playing Fu Manchu, but he might as well be…

Eraserhead (1977), in which marriage sucks, families suck, one-night stands suck, Philadelphia sucks, and parenthood sucks worse than the whole lot combined…

976-EVIL (1989), in which Rhet Topham and Brian Helgeland apparently never do finish writing the script…

Planet of Storms (1962), in which Voyage to the Prehistoric Planet and Voyage to the Planet of Prehistoric Women turn out to be a whole lot more sensible than you thought…

Skull & Bones (2007), in which El Santo wonders why he ever agrees to accept screeners…

and…

The Student of Prague (1926), in which many of the potential complaints with the earlier version are addressed quite satisfactorily.



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