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27 Of The Best Horror Movies You've Probably Never Seen

27 Of The Best Horror Movies You’ve Probably Never Seen

The Quiet Ones - Spooky New Trailer Released for Hammer's Latest Horror - Pissed Off Geek

The Devil Rides Out (1968) was a great diabolical Hammer horror

Charles Gray and Nike Arrighi, in The Devil Rides Out The movie’s US title was changed to The Devil’s Bride because its original title made it sound much too much like a Western.

'It was My Will !'

Christopher Lee as Dracula in the Hammer House of Horror films of the and He was great in this role. These films seem a bit lame now, but I found them pretty frightening as a kid.

Infographic: What makes a film noir? | BFI

Infographic explains “film noir” and finds the most noir film of them all · Great Job, Internet!

The Cutting Edge: The Magic of Movie Editing  1. Prepare great content, and a lot of it. You need a great story and fantastic, original raw material to work with. Create much more than you need so you have plenty of content to shape well. 2. Have someone else edit your work. 3. Make edits with the audience in mind.

The Cutting Edge: The Magic of Movie Editing is a 2004 documentary film directed by filmmaker Wendy Apple. The film is about the art of film editing.

Exclusive: All the different film cuts and types of transitions, explained · Great Job, Internet! · The A.V. Club

Exclusive: All the different film cuts and types of transitions, explained

Exclusive: All the different film cuts and types of transitions, explained · Great Job, Internet!

Nike Arrighi and Charles Gray publicity for "The Devil Rides Out" , 1968 (aka The Devil's Bride)

Nike Arrighi and Charles Gray publicity for "The Devil Rides Out" , 1968 (aka The Devil's Bride)

An Exploration of Color and How It Is an Important Storytelling Tool in Movies

North West England filmmaker Lewis Bond of Channel Criswell created a great new video back in July that explores the world of color and its importance as a storytelling tool in movies. via Nerdcore…

roncmerchant:    Charles Middleton as Ming the Merciless-FLASH GORDON (1936)

roncmerchant: Charles Middleton as Ming the Merciless-FLASH GORDON my pick for greatest screen villain - ever!

MELODY ANDERSON

Dale Arden (Melody Anderson) from the movie Flash Gordon. She is wearing her white satin pre-wedding dress and crown.

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