New stuff at last:

 

Arrival (2016), in which talking to aliens is a lot harder when you don’t have a Universal Translator and they don’t watch “Galaxy Quest”…

The Crying Woman (1933), in which a native spook ushers in the first era of indigenous horror movie production in Mexico…

The House that Dripped Blood (1971), in which the rent is too damn high, however little the landlord is charging…

Magic (1978), in which dummies don’t have to be animate to scare the crap out of you…

Monster (1953), in which the Brainiac guy vomits the half-digested remains of every fright flick he’s ever seen back onto the screen…

Rogue One (2016), or Star Wars, Episode III.XCV

Scream (1981), which is not the one you’re thinking of…

and…

The Vampire (1957), which, come to think of it, might also not be the one you’re thinking of.

 
 
 

El Santo rules the wasteland-- and also 1000 Misspent Hours and Counting.


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