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Monday, July 30, 2012

Steve's Church-less Movie Of The Week: Special Make Up Edition ...

I just got the computer back, as evident by all the posts I have been rushing to publish today.

Anyway, now that I can truly post, here's a free Church-less M.O.T.W. to make up for lost time.

Enjoy ...

Yoinked from dvd drive-in.com, imdb, and I like horror movies ...

"All The Colors Of The Dark is a 1972 Italian language horror film directed by Sergio Martino. It was released in America by Independent International under the title They’re Coming to Get You in 1975. The film was also released in the US under two alternate titles: Day of the Maniac and Demons of the Dead.

In Video Watchdog No. 39 Tim Lucas estimates that about 5 minutes of footage was removed from the US version and notes four major scenes that have been removed.

Striking Algerian beauty Edwige Fenech stars as Jane, a troubled young woman who just miscarried her unborn baby in a car accident which her doctor boyfriend Richard blames himself for. She begins having strange surrealistic nightmares, featuring cackling toothless women in baby bonnets, a knife-wielding killer with piercing blue eyes and screaming nude women stabbed to death in their beds. Fun stuff.

Sergio Martino's vibrant cult shocker ALL THE COLORS OF THE DARK blends the devilish plot from ROSEMARY'S BABY with all of the style, color, and suspense of the Italian Gialli (minus the tell-tale signs of a black-gloved killer). It includes stand out performances by Julian Ugarte, Ivan Rassimov, and Edwige Fenech in a captivating lead. Despite his later reputation for making low-budget Eurotrash, Martino displays all of the skill and finesse of the other Italian masters here, carefully crafting the story arcs and visuals with a painterly touch. Where other Gialli become unnecessarily contrived and convoluted, it is much easier to accept the surprising twists in ALL THE COLORS OF THE DARK as part of the dream logic inherent in the plot."

Steve's Snacks Of The Week:
Coffee
Pills
More Coffee
Chips
Hawaiian Punch
Random Fridge Leftovers
Nasty Asthma Medicine Residue

... AND NOW, Steve and this blog are both PROUD to once again present today's Church-less Movie of the Week in its entirety FOR FREE!

But lets go over a few rules first. There's no talking in Steve's Theater during our feature presentation and talkers will be eviscerated with a KFC spork. Also, no cell phones or African-American berries in the theater. Please dispose of all trash in its proper receptacle. And NO TEXTING!! I'm serious about that one.

And be sure to dim your headlights (where applicable).

ENJOY THE SHOW, Y'ALL!

YEAUHHH!!!

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