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  1. Well, I'll bet Elizabeth Taylor never imagined this as a part of her cinematic legacy . . . The House of Psychotic Women Rarities Collection, offered by Severin Films, is a Blu-ray Disc boxed set that is the eponymous companion to the book authored by Kier-La Janisse, who also curated the collection. The source memoir, included in the collection, is one of the strangest, singularly unique, fascinating, and entertaining analyses on horror films that I have ever read. Janisse purloined the title of her 2012 tome from the 1974 Spanish giallo Los Ojos Azules de la Muñeca Rota (Blue Eyes of the Broken Doll) starring Paul Naschy.
  2. The three extremes film is one of the best horror movies of all time. It's an anthology horror masterpiece. Three extremes film took me on a journey full of disgust, shock, horror, dread, etc.! I was on the edge of my seat for the whole movie! In this review, I'll try my best not to spoil too much because this is a must-watch horror movie! Stories: Three extremes had a strong and gross opening story! Three extremes wasn't afraid to include very dark and violent content that might've crossed boundaries! Three extremes' dialogue was bone-chilling and electrifying! It made the film tenser! In fact, the dialogue is what made the Three extremes film so scary! If you want to read more, check my blog post! Three extremes film review
  3. If you like Back To The Future (+ 80s / 90s horror films) - you’ll enjoy the current TV series, Stargirl, too! Don’t believe me? Read my latest blog post: https://classicfilmconnection.wordpress.com/2021/08/10/if-you-like-back-to-the-future/
  4. I'm creating this forum just for the month of October! After October, I'll return to posting in my normal reviews/recommendations forum. I will be coming out with a new classic horror movie review just about every day so keep checking this forum! I am now on my second day of the Halloween Special and tonight's review is "Carnival of Souls." It was seriously scary, guys! On top of that, something a bit freaky spooked me at the end of the review. This is a must watch for the month of Halloween, and you can find it on YouTube if nowhere else!
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