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The Outre Eye of Daniel Xiii Featuring Death Becomes Her, The Million Eyes of Sumuru, City of the Dead, and more!

The Outre Eye of Daniel Xiii Featuring Death Becomes Her, The Million Eyes of Sumuru, City of the Dead, and more!
Sharks, female convicts, Christopher Lee… what more could a fright fan ask for?

Death Becomes Her

• Release Date: Available April 26th on Blu-ray

• Written By: Martin Donovan, David Koepp

• Directed By: Robert Zemeckis

• Starring: Meryl Streep, Bruce Willis, Goldie Hawn

Here we go, creeps — a real milestone moment here in the ol’ Crypt o’ Xiii… we are going to get someone else to talk a bit about the feature at hand (I know, I can scarcely believe I’m going to shut up for a second or two either); in this case, the 1992 laughs and lacerations pic Death Becomes Her! So let’s put our claws, flippers… whatever the hell you may have together for my wife Hatelyn Xiii!

Daniel Xiii. So why don’t ya give my loyal coffin club the rundown on ol’ Dbh?

Hatelyn Xiii. Ok, this flick features a long standing rivalry between two women (one
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What’s All The Hulu-baloo About? [This Week In Criterion's Hulu Channel]

This past week Criterion put up a ton of new content on their Hulu Plus page, a number totaling 37. What’s even more interesting is that they put 10 films that aren’t in the collection or any of their Eclipse sets either, which is always an exciting time for film fans everywhere. As per usual, I’ll be listing the films with the links to their respective pages. This entry will just focus on the non-Criterion collection films for the moment. Also, to keep this article going, please sign up using this link. I’ve already had one person do so, and every time one of you does so, it gives another 2 weeks. So a huge thank you to anyone who signs up.

Q Planes (1939), a film by Arthur B. Woods and Tim Whelan, stars Laurence Olivier, Ralph Richardson and Valerie Hobson. Produced by Alexander Korda, it’s about a
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Doctor Who: Kinda - DVD Review

There.s a serpent in the grassy mind of Tegan and the Doctor has to save his companion before it.s too late. Can he do it? Can the BBC pull off the ambitious script? Kinda, um kind of. The Tardis visits the planet Deva Loka, where the ill Nyssa (Sarah Sutton) remains inside, while the Doctor (Peter Davison), Tegan (Janet Fielding) and Adric (Matthew Waterhouse) explore. Tegan falls asleep under some wind chimes and becomes possessed by an evil force, the Mara. Also on Deva Loka is a survey team assessing the planet for colonization, but three of their number has disappeared and the remainder . leader Sanders (Richard Todd), his paranoid deputy Hindle (Simon Rouse) and the
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Richard Todd 1919–2009

The actor Richard Todd has died at the age of ninety.

Arguably one of the most respected actors to appear in the classic series, Richard Todd was a British film star well known for his heroic roles in such films as The Dambusters, D-Day the Sixth of June, and The Longest Day.

Born in Ireland, he was a war hero in his own right, being one of the first soldiers to parachute into occupied France on D-Day in 1944. He had a long and distinguished career in British stage and film. He was Oscar-nominated for the 1949 film The Hasty Heart, appearing alongside future American President Ronald Reagan. He won the Golden Globe for Most Promising Newcomer for the same film. In 1957 he appeared in Yangtse Incident alongside William Hartnell.

He appeared in many Disney adventure movies such as The Story of Robin Hood and His Merrie Men, The Sword and the Rose and Rob Roy,
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