*flaily flaily excite*
Cate Blanchett and Karl Urban and Idris Elba and Tessa Thompson and Jeff Goldblum AND the receptionist from Ghostbusters AND a big bassy wallop of Led Zep? Oh YES! This definitely calls for the Cartlon Happy Dance
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Which is the most ridiculous hammer Dracula death?
Burnt by daylight after Peter Cushing leaps for the conveniently placed Curtains of Doom (Dracula - 1958)
Running Water in an icy moat (Dracula Prince of Darkness)
Being impaled on a massive pointy cross (Dracula Has Risen From The Grave)
Hallucinating a church service after seeing a couple of crucifixes (Taste the Blood of Dracula)
Being struck by extremely convenient lightning (Scars of Dracula)
Impaled on a cartwheel (Dracula AD1972)
Falling into a grave full of spikes and being whacked with a shovel (Dracula AD1972 again)
Trying to walk through a hawthorn bush, getting stuck, staked, and having his ring blown through by The Cush (Satanic Rites of Dracula)
Tripping up and falling onto the pointier end of The Cush's spear (The Legend Of The Seven Golden Vampires)
Which is the Best Christmas Movie?
On Her Majesty's Secret Service
Tales From The Crypt
I have no soul and wish to choose something else
Martine Beswick, Caroline Munro, Barbara Steele, Hazel Court, Ingrid Pitt or Valerie Leon?
he's not a person, he's a Daily Mail reader, but literally every scene has at least one laugh out loud moment. It was an utter joy hearing peals of laughter in the cinema, and it was lovely hearing the other patrons enthusing about the film as they left. It's not a film that needs to be seen on a big screen by way of effects or big visual stuff, but it's a film that makes for a great shared experience. Go and see it. Please.
Hey! Jennie loves sci-fi and she loves detective shows and she loves kickass female lead characters: I wonder what'd happen if we put all those things together?The result is a show that's by no means perfect, but still really, really good. I particularly like that the police department's geek is a girl, and am enjoying very much the mystery-of-the-week format. It's still overly male, but it's a step in the right direction, and passes Bechdel most weeks. 8/10