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Eric Weber
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Unforgettable: Part IV
Day 13: R.L. Ryan (1946-1991)   If you are a child of the 80's
and grew up on a steady diet of “mom and pop” video stores, Garbage Pail
Kids, Pizza Hut and USA Up All Night then it’s likely you’ve seen R.L.
Ryan before. Ryan (also known as
Bob Ryan, Rob...

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Unforgettable: Part III
Day 9: Vincent Gardenia (1920-1992) I can just about guarantee that I was the only kid in the universe that wanted to be Vincent Gardenia when he grew up. In 1986, at the age of 12, I became obsessed - and I mean Star
Wars -level obsessed - with Little Sho...

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Unforgettable: Part II
Day 5: Ernest Borgnine (1917-2012) Ernest Borgnine is an important
example of a character actor who had the opportunity to play not just
supporting parts but also leading roles. In Marty (1955), a film that
won him an Oscar for Best Actor, you had a film...

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Unforgettable: Revisited
About five years ago I started profiling different character actors that I was particularly fascinated with. It was a fun project, but I quickly stopped after a few entries. I decided to pick the idea back up again for the month of December and highlight a ...

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What if the Eraserhead baby grew up and got a job?

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Can someone please remake CUJO with these two?

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Yeti Hideout's 31 Days of Horror: Week 1
In honor of Halloween, I've been selecting one horror movie a day. Here are the selections for the first week: The Innocents , 1961 Beautiful and chilling with an elegant, layered performance by Deborah Kerr. Gorgeous photography and some truly eerie sequen...

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Eric Weber commented on a video on YouTube.
One of my favorite movies...wish they could get the rights figured out so we can get a decent release on home video!
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