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THE STORY After getting lost in the labyrinthine streets of Toledo, German tourist Lisa (Elke Sommer) takes refuge in the crumbling mansion of a blind countess (Alida Valli), whose butler (Telly Savalas) could be the devil incarnate and whose son … Continue reading
The Exorcist is one of those famously cursed movies. The rumours say that up to nine people died during the filming of this occult horror chiller, including a night watchman, a cameraman’s baby, and one of the actors. And that’s … Continue reading
If you have teenagers, then you’ll probably understand the Hawkins family’s plight – they’re are at their wits end dealing with their increasingly wayward daughter Emma. But things get realy hairy when Emma starts having frightening fits, leading her parents … Continue reading
From Leeds-based independent producer/director Owen Carey-Jones comes The Spell, a domestic teen drama masquerading as an occult thriller. Set on a West Yorkshire council estate, 16-year-old Jenny (Rebecca Pitkin) hooks up with local boy Rick, who is fascinated by the … Continue reading
This smartly-dressed nine-year-old is Joshua, and he’s not happy about the birth of his sister in this tense horror thriller. Within weeks of the baby’s arrival, his mother has a nervous breakdown, the dog dies… Could Joshua be behind the … Continue reading
Couch Potato Pickings On Bravo tonight at 10pm I saw French and Saunders’ brilliant spoof of The Exorcist before I saw the real thing. It’s a testament to the skill of this comedy duo that I found their parody hilarious … Continue reading
Couch Potato Pickings You need to a flashplayer enabled browser to view this YouTube video That Jaws music has to be one of the best known film themes, what do you think? Here are some other classic movie themes: Psycho … Continue reading
Couch Potato Pickings On BBC1 today at 4.30pm I’m not a big fan of animated films but I make an exception for Wallace and Gromit. Christmas wouldn’t be Christmas in this country without these much-loved characters. In The Curse of … Continue reading