The Black Room (1935), which somehow manages to benefit from leaving not a single gothic cliche unemployed…

Cape Fear (1991), in which Respected Artists do no better at recapitulating greatness than Stephen Somers or Rob Zombie…

Ghoul Sex Squad (1991), in which Chinese hopping vampires need love, too…

Private Lessons (1980), in which young Eric Brown lives the dream…

The Road Warrior (1981), in which more turns out to be better after all…

The Running Man (1987), in which a pseudonymous Stephen King novel awakens one morning from uneasy dreams, and finds itself changed in its bed into a stupid action movie…

Strange Invaders (1983), in which a little piece of the 50’s wanders into the 80’s, and no one quite knows what to make of it…

and…

Thirteen Women (1932), in which a little piece of the 80’s wanders into the 30’s, and no one quite knows what to make of it, either.



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