A man marries a mysterious woman from Serbia who tells a strange legend about people who look and act like cats. They drift further apart due to her erratic behavior, and we begin to wonder if she isn’t one of these Cat People herself.
A team of people follow an ancient secret path through the catacombs of Paris to find the mythical philosopher’s stone that turns base metals into gold. Filmed in the actual catacombs of Paris! So much promise, but what a letdown.
Probably the most tasteless and obscure film we have reviewed thus far. This laughable attempt at a film at least falls into the “so bad it’s good” category when it’s not offending your sensibilities. And to think Todd first thought this was a faith-based film touting the dangers of abortion…
A guy murders a series of women, then dies somehow. Or is he really dead?
Hmm. I guess I have to find something nice to say about this movie. You can always find something nice to say, and you should always at least try.
Dead of Night is a cracking good classic horror anthology film, brought to you by Britain’s Ealing Studios.
The story interconnecting a series of shorter sketches – probably one of the best such “wraparound” stories I’ve seen – involves an architect who is called to a party in a cramped countryside house populated by an assortment of guests. As soon as he arrives, he gets a sense of déjà vu: He’s dreamed all this before, and issues forth increasingly ominous predictions of what might happen next.