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Brian, aka BC, has been watching horror movies since the age of 6, and twenty years later decided to put it to good use, both as a writer for Bloody-Disgusting as well as launching his own site, Horror Movie A Day, which Roger Ebert once read and misunderstood the points that were being made.

The Philadelphia Story (1940)
Katharine Hepburn and Cary Grant team for a romantic comedy from the days when that phrase meant something . She’s a socialite engaged to a dull rich man; he’s her roguish ex-husband. The dialogue is waspish, fast and utterly thrilling.

The Third Man (1949)
Set in post-war occupied Vienna, Graham Greene’s story concerns Harry Lime (Orson Welles), a mysterious disappeared American ; a friend tracks him down and learns uncomfortable moral truths about him. Flawless storytelling, with a menacing atmosphere heightened by distinctive zither music.

Sunset Blvd. (1950)
Billy Wilder’s satire of Hollywood and film-making is darkly incisive and knowing. Gloria Swanson is adroitly cast as a silent movie star trading on past glories; William Holden the screenwriter who narrates from beyond the grave. Savagely entertaining.

Brian, aka BC, has been watching horror movies since the age of 6, and twenty years later decided to put it to good use, both as a writer for Bloody-Disgusting as well as launching his own site, Horror Movie A Day, which Roger Ebert once read and misunderstood the points that were being made.

The Philadelphia Story (1940)
Katharine Hepburn and Cary Grant team for a romantic comedy from the days when that phrase meant something . She’s a socialite engaged to a dull rich man; he’s her roguish ex-husband. The dialogue is waspish, fast and utterly thrilling.

The Third Man (1949)
Set in post-war occupied Vienna, Graham Greene’s story concerns Harry Lime (Orson Welles), a mysterious disappeared American ; a friend tracks him down and learns uncomfortable moral truths about him. Flawless storytelling, with a menacing atmosphere heightened by distinctive zither music.

Sunset Blvd. (1950)
Billy Wilder’s satire of Hollywood and film-making is darkly incisive and knowing. Gloria Swanson is adroitly cast as a silent movie star trading on past glories; William Holden the screenwriter who narrates from beyond the grave. Savagely entertaining.

Ken Loach’s , winner of the Palme d’Or at the 2006 Cannes Film Festival, is a searing story of two brothers whose loyalties are put to the ultimate test in the fight for Irish independence. The always wonderful Cillian Murphy stars.

Brian, aka BC, has been watching horror movies since the age of 6, and twenty years later decided to put it to good use, both as a writer for Bloody-Disgusting as well as launching his own site, Horror Movie A Day, which Roger Ebert once read and misunderstood the points that were being made.


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