So I watched the Corman classic FALL OF THE HOUSE OF USHER earlier today. It was a beautiful piece of gothic chills, not really frightening but lovingly atmospheric.What I want to know is, what the…Continue
Empire Strikes Back
Goodbye, Mr Chips
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Bogart, Vivien Leigh, Gable, Monroe, Philip Seymour Hoffman
About Me: Tell us about yourself/or your love for classic movies
My name is Derrick, and I have loved movies for many years -- before I moved to a small town, I could easily find myself seeing three or four movies in a weekend at the theater. I am passionate about classic films, the fun films of the 70s and 80s, and current ones. I have recently begun exploring Horror -- having watched Halloween, The Haunting, Elm Street, and others for the first time (and LOVING them!).
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Hello Derrick and welcome to The Golden Age of Hollywood. I think you'll find several members who are into the horror genre but we mostly stick to classic movies. Not to exclude newer films by any means it's just not the emphasis here. I hope you enjoy the site.
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