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The Day the Earth Stood Still (1951)

The Day the Earth Stood Still Movie Poster - Michael Rennie, Patricia Neal, Hugh Marlowe

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"The Day the Earth Stood Still" Starring Michael Rennie, Patricia Neal and Hugh Marlowe. Rennie plays the part of Klaatu, an alien who visits Earth, along with his robot Gort, to advise the people of Earth to either live peacefully or be destroyed.

THE DAY THE EARTH STOOD STILL  (Patricia Neal and Michael Rennie, 1951). An interstellar traveler arrives in Washington, D. C. with a dire warning for Earth.

An alien ship lands in Washington to save the Earth from self destruction. Classic Cold War propaganda sci-Final Invoice made with intelligence, escapism and a Bernard Herrmann score.

Invaders from Mars (1953)- They are not only big, but green.

Invaders from Mars (1953)

April Invaders from Mars, William Cameron Menzies (dir). A young boy learns that space aliens are taking over the minds of earthlings but who can he trust to fight back?

The noose closes on a bunch of black marketeers. A rare gangster-comedy combines the best of US realism and Hawksian pacing with British tradition, memorable characters, innovative ideas, and smart dialog. A host of good portrayals (Nigel Patrick shines in a role modeled on Sid Field), although the dramatic challenge of playing villainy with a comic touch results in a forgivable theatricality. Landis suspiciously killed herself soon after filming: her body was discovered by lover Rex…

The Noose is a film noir from post-war England. It is a picture of Soho, black market in London, gangsters and their ruthless behaviour.

La Mort aux trousses - Alfred Hitchcock - SensCritique

La mort aux trousses

1984 - best book ever

1984 by George Orwell. My favorite high school read is still one of my all-time favorites :) READ BANNED BOOKS!

Demons (1985) - 6/10

High resolution official theatrical movie poster for Demons Image dimensions: 2015 x Directed by Lamberto Bava.

Amazing Stories, August 1927. Cover by Frank R Paul

How Pulp Science Fiction Cover Amazing Stories, War of the Worlds, cover by Frank R. Paul, 1927 - How Pulp Science Fiction Cover Art Got Its Sense of Wonder

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