The WORST film I have ever seen in my entire life.
Day 3 of the #OctoberFilmChallenge involves Mario Bava's BLOOD AND BLACK LACE.
Visually, this is one of the more stunning films I have seen - the use of colour, the set pieces, the framing and the lighting. Doubled with the stylish soundtrack, these were the two aspects that stood out more.
As for everything else "Blood and Black Lace" may have been original, inventive and stylish in its day, but unfortunately that sort of day has long since come and…
John Carpenter’s iconic classic of murder and mayhem still stands almost forty years later as considered one of the greatest films of all time. A pioneering achievement that shows how every cliché and trope of the slasher genre can be performed with class and craft. Carpenter’s highly influential slasher is an excellent example of low budget film making. Not only a must see movie for horror fans, but it’s also a perfect example of Carpenter’s directorial talent and a massive…
Starting Spooky Season and the October Film Challenge off with a recommendation I have never before seen as I am absolutely terrible with watching the pure classics and Universal Monster movies.
Claude Rains makes his screen debut playing an invisible man. Pretty comical considering you only properly see him for a few seconds in this.
What a film. I was quite sceptical at first thinking this would probably look dreadful now compared to what it would have looked like in…