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(Some Guy)   Watching silent horror films can teach you about the scariest thing of all: the silence of your own thoughts   ( divider line
    More: Interesting, horror films, classic horror, silent films, horror novel, time constraint, talkies, intertitle  
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3695 clicks; posted to Main » on 30 Oct 2012 at 9:07 AM (5 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»

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2012-10-30 09:50:30 AM  
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crzybtch: Nosferatu I LOVED that movie! The old one of course. That guy looked so wicked!


"I don't sparkle, biatch."

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2012-10-30 10:54:36 AM  
1 vote:
I think the author would make a much better case if he actually demonstrated some familiarity with silent horror films.
2012-10-30 10:03:09 AM  
1 vote:

Nina_Hartley's_Ass: The Unknown is on TCM tonight at 8 eastern.
Worth your time.

From Wiki:

Joan Crawford always said that she learned more about acting from working with Chaney in this movie than from everything else in her long career put together, and critics often cite Chaney's performance as one of the best ever captured on film. Burt Lancaster always maintained that Chaney's portrayal in The Unknown was the most emotionally compelling film performance he had ever seen an actor give.

Looks good to me
2012-10-30 09:39:37 AM  
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Nosferatu I LOVED that movie! The old one of course. That guy looked so wicked!
2012-10-30 09:13:18 AM  
1 vote:
Your blog sucks
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