Classic cinema.

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It was Halloween season when we were in New Hampshire and as I was blow drying my hair one morning in the resort, I heard strange sounds coming from the living room.

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Turns outthe husband had found one of those mondo bizarro horror movies from the 50’s.. and it was a hoot.

Fiend Without A Face. No need to delve into the plot, just know it was marvelously ridiculous with disembodied killer brains on the loose.

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They boarded up the doors, but it found a way in.

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They chopped it with an ax…

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But they still weren’t safe.

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And just when we thought our damsel in distress could stop wringing her hands?

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Multiple disembodied brains attacked.

Man, they don’t make movies like this anymore.

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🤣

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16 thoughts on “Classic cinema.”

  1. 😝🤣😆….no they don’t. And that’s no necessarily a good thing. I’m not a big blood and guts gore type of movie kinda gal. I’m more a psychological thriller movie goer. Those scare me more than any other film genera.

    But some humor is good in those 1950’s type movies. Although I don’t think the filmmakers intended it that way, lol.

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  2. Look at the sign on the door of explosive vault.

    ELECTRICAL STATION NO. 6
    WiNNIPEG MANITOBA
    CANADA

    No, you cannot see the whole sign here, but I remember this movie very well, although it had a different name in Canada. ( I believe it was The Mind Things, or The Brain Things! Something like that.)

    It was supposedly a movie about my home town. But if you remember the beginning of the movie, it took place in a mountainous region. Winnipeg is on flat prairie. Even at 7 or 8 years old I knew the movie was a fraud, and my friends and I laughed our way through it.
    Thanks for giving me this name. I have tried to find it online, but it doesn’t exist under the name I knew!)

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      1. I know, right!? It’s like that guy in Austin Powers with the steamroller moving incredibly slow towards him, like, “STOOOOOOPPPPPP!!!” I think they saw the script, shrugged and said, “at least we’re getting paid”

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