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Monday, August 25, 2014

Maniacal Movie Poster Monday #178!



The Changeling  (Associated Film Distribution, 1980)


This is a corker ghost story - a tale well told. I haven't seen it in a very long time - I want to see it again soon.











The Scarlet Clue  (Monogram Pictures, 1945)


The Charlie Chan movies had definitely taken a step or two down the quality ladder by the time Monogram got ahold of them. But you still have Sidney Toler - along with Benson Fong and Mantan Moreland - so it's still watchable.















Frankenhooker  (Shapiro Glickenhaus Entertainment, 1990)

A wonderfully crazy horror comedy with a young man trying to get his girlfriend back together after a horrifying lawn mower accident. Things do not go well. Highly recommended for those so inclined.










Until next post, you Can Poke Me With A Fork, Cause I Am Outta Here!

8 comments:

  1. I've never seen "Frankenhooker" but I believe when Bill Murray's said, "If you see one movie this year, it should be Frankenhooker."

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    1. Bill Murray said it, we believe it, that settles it.

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  2. I do love a ghostly tale, so the Changeling is going on my list, thank you :)

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    1. I'm pleased to have been of assistance!

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  3. Love Changeling, Love Frankenhooker, never seen any of the Chan flicks.

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    1. Love that you love those, think you might like a couple of them that veer close to horrortory.

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  4. Awesome selections here ! - and what a triple feature. The Changeling is a great scary ghost story (you can't go wrong with a creepy old wheelchair in the plot).

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    1. It actually would be a fun triple feature! And yes, creepy old wheelchairs do serve to increase the fright quotient!

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