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A SUPER-LIST OF THE BEST B-MOVIE BLOGS OUT THERE FROM A GAZILLION GENRES

FOR THOH FANS, THIS SITE IS WHOLE 5 YEARS OF TOMMY'S HOUSE OF HORRORS ARCHIVED, ENTER IF YOU DARE!

CLASSIC BLACK SABBATH VINYL BOOT! - THE HORROR KNOWN AS "RAT SALAD" - EARLY 1970 BERLIN SHOW

Greetings folks - A French vinyl boot put out in 1990, the show itself is the first known Sabbath boot of any kind, an early show that includes the infamous pre-album version of War Pigs with slightly different lyrics. I've posted this a couple times in the last 5 years and it's always very popular...

Wednesday, October 26, 2016

THOH ROLLS A "HARD EIGHT" ON HUMP DAY! - 1996 PT ANDERSON 1ST FILM IS A VEGAS SHEER HORROR

John C Reilly & Phillip Baker Hall in an ensemble piece? What's not to like! Now, let's get one thing clear- I happen to think PT Anderson is the Stanley Kubrick of our time and no other director out there right now can match his brilliance. This however, is his 1st full feature and while you can spot the "green around the gills" here and there, it's still an excellent indie picture and a bit swept under the rug. So here we are to exhibit this unique horror, you can read some real reviews below but trust me Baker Hall, Reilly & Anderson just by themselves make this a winner and there are many more unmentioned pluses....The Horror!! Pinewoods Rating System - Three Pinewoods.

Hard Eight film analysis * P.T. Anderson * Senses of Cinema

"When it's possible - in terms of the type of scene it is, where the camera is, how close the actors are to the lens and to the camera itself -Paul gets himself down in and under and around the camera. He curls in down there somewhere...

Paul Thomas Anderson: HARD EIGHT (1996)

Notable Festivals: Sundance, Cannes (Un Certain Regard) Screening his short film CIGARETTES & COFFEE at the 1993 Sundance Film Festival was a transformative event in director Paul Thomas Anderson's career. Not only was he invited to workshop his film in the Sundance Institute's prestigious Directors Lab, but he was also approached by producer Robert Jones, who offered his assistance in expanding the film into a feature.


Phillip Seymour Hoffman has one scene, above. 
THE HORROR!!

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