"7. Beauty and the Beast, aka. The Virgin and the Monster (Panna a Netvor)(Herz, 1979). I seem to be on a streak here, of ho-hum or bad movies. I didn't realize this was another Juraj Herz movie after The Cremator), so it turned out to be more…"
"Yeah, I liked Repulsion too and Polanski in general. I thought the way the story was told kept the viewer guessing what was going on, and probably was pretty ahead of its time back when it came out. I love a film with 60's vibes."
"Orphan--I was getting a little bored by this one, as it has a certain predictability or you hopefully figure somethings going to happen, plus I wanted to strangle the little female lead. The third act saves the film for me as it amps up the…"
"The Dead Zone--still one of the better Stephen King movies and I love Walken's performance and Brooke Adams too. Sheen's performance is pretty over the top, but actually not too removed from Trump. :) "
"Daybreakers was an unusual vampire movie in which most of the world is vampires and they feed off a dwindling few humans, and are trying to perfect more artificial blood. Pretty decent concept with good actors. I never had seen it…"
"5. Forbidden Photos of a Lady Above Suspicion (Ercoli, 1970). Okay, so it rips of Gaslight, but even Gaslight ripped off Gaslight. I doubt that many of the intended audience of this movie had seen Gaslight anyway, so to most people it would be…"