Ah, but I did qualify my remarks by referencing the age, which was a period that included many truly awful films. Anyway, to be honest, I only watched as far as the first pub scene. But I promise, in order to discipline myself, watch the rest.
Yep, got that saved. Surprising cast too, with Ray Milland. I have 'Twins of Evil' lined up to watch tonight. Can't seem to find 'The Vampire Lovers' though.For the horror comedy genre, check out the 1963 Hammer film: The old dark house, or the Frankie Howerd film: The house in Nightmare Park
Kurt Vonnegut, too, though he said 6There are only 46 or 47 possible plots in fiction supposedly. Look up Vladimir Propp, IIRC. Not sure if it fully applies to English stories as his thesis is based on Russian fairy tales.
Kurt Vonnegut, too, though he said 6
Edit to add the types, link seems to be knackered
- Rags to Riches (rise)
- Riches to Rags (fall)
- Man in a Hole (fall then rise)
- Icarus (rise then fall)
- Cinderella (rise then fall then rise)
- Oedipus (fall then rise then fall)
The Accountant again (Netflix, one day before my account expires and, in a cowardly move, resubscribe with a different name, but a Ghanaian one this time. You have to be black, or lesbian, or changing sex. It's the Law).
Excellent, quality film.
The uncensored trailer for The King's Man. Hitting cinemas December. Again, looks, ..... 'interesting'...