• The 1986 thriller ‘The Hitcher’ starring Rutger Hauer and C. Thomas Howell is turned into a homoerotic love story.

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    #film  
    #video  
    #humor  
    #funny  
    #retro  
    #sex  
    #1980s  
    #1986  
    #youtube  
    #movies  
    #love  
    #hitcher  

  • 1 year ago
  • 'The Hitcher: A Love Story' - A Re-imagining Of The 1986 Horror Film  
"The Hitcher is a brutal 1986 horror movie from director Robert Harmon that features a young C. Thomas Howell as a teen making his way across the desert transporting a car. He picks up a hitchhiker, Rutger Hauer, and Hauer promptly makes it a priority to ruin Howell’s life. This is one of the most tense films I have ever seen, and it played out so well on the big screen. Enter Youtuber Freakstorm2, who decided to re-imagine the film using a romantic song to recreate the film as if it were a romantic drama. Pretty cool re-imagining, and one has to admit that there is certainly a bit of sexual tension between Hauer & Howell… lol!” ~by Mike CCD  
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    'The Hitcher: A Love Story' - A Re-imagining Of The 1986 Horror Film 

    "The Hitcher is a brutal 1986 horror movie from director Robert Harmon that features a young C. Thomas Howell as a teen making his way across the desert transporting a car. He picks up a hitchhiker, Rutger Hauer, and Hauer promptly makes it a priority to ruin Howell’s life. This is one of the most tense films I have ever seen, and it played out so well on the big screen. Enter Youtuber Freakstorm2, who decided to re-imagine the film using a romantic song to recreate the film as if it were a romantic drama. Pretty cool re-imagining, and one has to admit that there is certainly a bit of sexual tension between Hauer & Howell… lol!” ~by Mike CCD  

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    #film  
    #1980s  
    #80s  
    #horror  
    #video  
    #comedy  
    #funny  
    #movies  
    #song  
    #love  
    #1986  

  • 2 years ago
  • 'Planet of the Vampires' Gets a Prometheus-Style Trailer
The 1965 Italian sci-fi classic, Planet of the Vampires, inspired the look and feel of Ridley Scott’s 1979 film, Alien, and seems to have also influenced Scott’s latest sci-fi epic, Prometheus. A creative YouTuber by the name of freakstorm2 has meshed scenes from Planet of the Vampires with the audio from the second Prometheus trailer, which perfectly shows the correlation between the two films.

    'Planet of the Vampires' Gets a Prometheus-Style Trailer

    The 1965 Italian sci-fi classic, Planet of the Vampires, inspired the look and feel of Ridley Scott’s 1979 film, Alien, and seems to have also influenced Scott’s latest sci-fi epic, Prometheus. A creative YouTuber by the name of freakstorm2 has meshed scenes from Planet of the Vampires with the audio from the second Prometheus trailer, which perfectly shows the correlation between the two films.

    #trailer  
    #mashup  
    #film  
    #scifi  
    #1965  
    #1960s  
    #movies  
    #Italian  
    #Alien  
    #1979  
    #YouTube  

  • 2 years ago
    3 years ago
  • French poster for The Lodger, 1944

    French poster for The Lodger, 1944

    #1944  
    #1940s  
    #film  
    #crime  
    #horror  
    #classic  
    #movies  
    #French  
    #vintage  

  • 3 years ago
  • Poster art for Teenage Wolfpack (Die Halbstarken), 1956

    Poster art for Teenage Wolfpack (Die Halbstarken), 1956

    #1956  
    #1950s  
    #film  
    #movies  
    #retro  
    #germany  
    #german  

  • 3 years ago
  • Director Joe Wright exhibits several complex shooting sequences in “Hanna" that  result in a compelling mix of artful tension. The scenes in which Hanna  is essentially a rat tunneling her way out of a secret underground  installation are reminiscent of German expressionist films like "The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari,"  with its usage of light, shadow, and odd shapes. The suspenseful tunnel  sequence is also like Orson Welles’ Harry Lime being chased by everyone  in "The Third Man." There are even some Hitchcockian shots that resemble "Vertigo." (Read more of this review)

    Director Joe Wright exhibits several complex shooting sequences in “Hanna" that result in a compelling mix of artful tension. The scenes in which Hanna is essentially a rat tunneling her way out of a secret underground installation are reminiscent of German expressionist films like "The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari," with its usage of light, shadow, and odd shapes. The suspenseful tunnel sequence is also like Orson Welles’ Harry Lime being chased by everyone in "The Third Man." There are even some Hitchcockian shots that resemble "Vertigo." (Read more of this review)

    #Hanna  
    #2011  
    #film  
    #review  
    #movies  
    #action  

  • 3 years ago
  • Badass Michael Caine in 'Get Carter (1971)

    #1970s  
    #crime  
    #british  

  • 3 years ago
  • 'Deep Red' (1975)

    #1970s  
    #classic  
    #cult  
    #goblin  
    #horror  

  • 3 years ago
  • Portishead’s ‘Hunter’ to Hitchcock’s 'Vertigo' (1958)

    #1950s  
    #classic  
    #vertigo  

  • 3 years ago