ROLLING STONES - BEDSPRING SYMPHONY

this would be one very recommendable way to own this classic release, sound is truly top notch! Hidden camera showing the planning committee working on "31 Days Of BOINGO-Tober" The Hor...

8 Amusement Parks That Died Surreal And Bizarre Deaths

There's not much middle ground when it comes to theme parks -- either you operate a magical and amazing facility that children will stab each other to get a ticket for, or you wind up with a sad, rusted-out Christmas Wonderland where Santa is a drunk and the reindeer are goats.

Ranking: Every Pink Floyd Album From Worst to Best

Set the controls for the heart of every Pink Floyd fan: We're celebrating Roger Waters' highly anticipated return with a week of Floydian features that will make you wish you were here forever. Today, we revisit our definitive ranking of every Pink Floyd album from worst to best.

Roger Waters kicks off "Us + Them Tour" in Kansas City: Video + Setlist

Roger Waters kicked off his latest tour, "Us + Them", in Kansas City, Missouri on Friday night. The 24-song set was the same as the one he previewed at a rehearsal in New Jersey last week, kicking off with a barrage of Pink Floyd classics including "Breathe", "One Of These Days", "Time", and "The Great Gig in the Sky".

BARBARA BACH IS A REPORTER TRAPPED INSIDE A HOUSE WITH "THE UNSEEN"!! - 1980 SHEER HORROR!

Oh my, the You Tube robots have done it again- washing up on my shore as a "recommendation" (just what exactly are they trying to say?) I knew about 5 minutes into this one it was a B-flick of unique caliber, perfect for THOH.

Roger Waters: Is This the Life We Really Want?

It's been abundantly well documented that by the time Pink Floyd set out to record their sprawling 1979 double album The Wall, internal friction over bassist/frontman Roger Waters' push for creative control had reached a breaking point.

Monday, January 2, 2017

THE NAME OF THE MOVIE IS "MOZAMBIQUE"! - 1965 DRUG SMUGGLING DRAMA IS....THE HORROR!!

This one washed up on my shore via the recently mentioned "film discoveries" series over at Rupert Pupkin's blog. The trailer looked awesome but this is one of those times when the trailer rocks and the movie sops. Much more dramatic dialog than the preview implies. However, mostly due to some excellent cinematography in an authentic location and points in fashion and music, somehow carves a niche of it's own. Going to go Two Pinewoods on this one.....The Horror!!

Mozambique (1965) movie review

The opening scene of 'Mozambique' follows a man walking through the streets of a Mediterranean town, some charming music plays as we see the beauty of the architecture and then as he climbs some steps he gets shot and dies with an over the top expression on his face.

Mozambique Review (1964)

Mozambique (1964) review. Director: Robert Lynn. Starring: Steve Cochran, Hildegard Knef, Paul Hubschmid, Vivi Bach, Martin Benson, Dietmar Schönherr, George Leech, Gert van den Bergh, Vic Parry, Harold Berens, Peter Maxwell, Sophia Kammara, Bill Levisohn, Josh du Toit, Madeleine Usher

THE HORROR!!

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