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Posts posted by QRex

  1. One movie I think could be paired with *House* the next time it's on is *The Ghost of Yotsuya*, which TCM Underground has aired before with the main feature *Jigoku.* Both *House* and *The Ghost of Yotsuya* are spooky Japanese films that deal with the supernatural.

  2. I'm also looking forward to Brigadoon on the afternoon focusing on movies set in Ireland, because I missed it the last time it was on.


    Once again, trying to bring this thread back to my original question......

  3. .........well, bringing this thread back to my original question, some more movies I'm looking forward to are ones featured on GREECE night (Z, Never on Sunday), as well as ITALY the following morning (Two Women, Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow).


    Edited by: QRex on Dec 9, 2011 9:36 AM

  4. Now that TCM has officially posted the schedule for 2012's 31 Days of Oscar (I'm aware it's subject to change), what movies are you most looking forward to see?


    There are a few that stick out in my mind, (Grand Prix, the 1933 version of State Fair), but at this point, there are so many that I can't name them all! :)


    Edited by: QRex on Dec 1, 2011 8:31 AM

  5. As part of TCM Underground, the film *Little Darlings* (1980) will now be followed by *Ice Castles* (1978) instead of *Foxes* (1980).


    Personally, I'd rather see *Ice Castles* than *Foxes*; TCM aired *Foxes* last October when it was paired with *Repo Man* as a TCM Underground feature, so I've already seen it.

  6. After combing through the Wikipedia page listing all of films released from Paramount, there's a handful that piqued my interest:


    * Morocco

    * The Sign of the Cross

    * Any of Alfred Hitchcock's films (Rear Window, To Catch a Thief, The Trouble with Harry, The Man Who Knew Too Much)

    * Funny Face

    * Rosemary's Baby

    * Barbarella

    * Skidoo

    * If...

    * Breakfast at Tiffany's

    * The Uninvited

    * Four Flies on Grey Velvet

    * Foul Play

    * Mommie Dearest

    * Clue

    * Shirley Valentine


  7. The TCM Imports event every Sunday evening (except for this month, of course) is slowly becoming my favorite weekly event (rivaling TCM Underground); ever since I was a kid, I'd dream of traveling the world and learning about diverse cultures, and while I still haven't ever left the USA, watching foreign films is a way for me to see the world in a special way.


    Some wonderful foreign films I've seen on TCM so far that stand out include *Ginger and Fred*, *Peppermint Frappe*, *Black Orpheus*, *Made in USA*, *Maborosi*, *Rashomon*, *Princess Tam Tam*, and *The Virgin Spring*.



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