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Legends of Tomorrow (2016) s05e12 – Freaks and Greeks

The Stop Button Posted by on May 13, 2020

And, now, in the “they all can’t be winners” category, we have Freaks and Greeks, which sends the Legends to Hudson University to steal a chalice from a frat. It’s not a frat in 1979. It’s a frat in 2020, run by special guest star Drew Ray Tanner; he’s Greek party god Dionysus, who’s read more

Freaks (1932): Horror?

The Old Hollywood Garden Posted by Carol Martinheira on Oct 30, 2018

Freaks (1932): Horror? On October 30, 2018October 30, 2018 By CarolIn Uncategorized I mean, sure, the final moments are some of the scariest and most macabre in film history, but Freaks (1932) far transcends the horror genre. In fact, it has been widely des read more

Monstros / Freaks (1932)

Critica Retro Posted by Lê on Jul 9, 2016

Monstros / Freaks (1932) O ano era 2009, e eu era uma recém-chegada no mundo do cinema. Tinha 16 anos e era fácil de impressionar. Não sei por que abri uma lista com o título “os 10 filmes mais impressionantes da história”. Lá, na 10ª posição, uma imagem já me assustou: read more

Classic Films in Focus: FREAKS (1932)

Virtual Virago Posted by Jennifer Garlen on Oct 31, 2014

Tod Browning made a lasting mark on the horror genre with Dracula (1931), but Freaks (1932) is by far the stranger and more inventive of the two films. The director had explored the circus before with Lon Chaney silents like The Unholy Three (1925) and The Unknown (1927), as well The Show (1927) wit read more

Classic Films in Focus: FREAKS (1932)

Virtual Virago Posted by Jennifer Garlen on Oct 31, 2014

Tod Browning made a lasting mark on the horror genre with Dracula (1931), but Freaks (1932) is by far the stranger and more inventive of the two films. The director had explored the circus before with Lon Chaney silents like The Unholy Three (1925) and The Unknown (1927), as well The Show (1927) wit read more

Classic Films in Focus: FREAKS (1932)

Virtual Virago Posted by Jennifer Garlen on Oct 31, 2014

Tod Browning made a lasting mark on the horror genre with Dracula (1931), but Freaks (1932) is by far the stranger and more inventive of the two films. The director had explored the circus before with Lon Chaney silents like The Unholy Three (1925) and The Unknown (1927), as well The Show (1927) wit read more

Freaks (1932)

Flickers in Time Posted by Beatrice on Oct 30, 2014

Freaks Directed by Tod Browning Writers uncredited; suggested by a story by Clarence Aaron ‘Tod’ Robbins 1932/USA Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Repeat viewing/Amazon Instant Video #73 of 1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die IMDb users say 8.0/10; I say 8.0/10   My second viewing and I a read more

Tod Browning's Freaks

Mildred's Fatburgers Posted by Beth Daniels on Sep 13, 2014

Poster Copy: The Story of the Love Life of the Sideshow:SEE -  Can a full grown woman truly love a midget?SEE - What sex is the half man half woman?SEE - Do Siamese twins make love?Louelle Parsons says, "For pure sensationalism, FREAKS tops any picture yet produced. It's more fant read more

TCMFF 2014, Day 3 — From “Father of the Bride” to “Freaks”

Hollywood Revue Posted by Angela on Apr 20, 2014

Saturday, April 12, 2014: After having ended the previous day’s movies with Eraserhead, I woke up this morning in need of a little levity.  Originally, I had been planning to see Stella Dallas, but decided to go with Father of the Bride instead.  Not only is it a very funny movie, I had never read more

Live From the TCM Classic Film Festival Day 3: CITY LIGHTS (1931), I REMEMBER MAMA (1948), HOW GREEN WAS MY VALLEY (1941), Hollywood Home Movies, THE WOMEN (1939), FREAKS (1932)

Backlots Posted by Lara on Apr 13, 2014

On what was my busiest day of the festival thus far, my film experiences yesterday ran the gamut of human emotion. From the laughs and tears of City Lights to the nostalgia of I Remember Mama, to delight at the naughtiness of The Women to the uncomfortable but ultimately triumphant horror of Freaks read more

"Freaks," or Short Circus

The Man on the Flying Trapeze Posted by David on Feb 16, 2014

Everything below this logo is made up. MGM INTEROFFICE MEMO January 3, 1932 From: Irving Thalberg, Head of Production To: Louis B. Mayer L.B.: First off, thanks again for the invitation to your Herbert Hoover fundraiser tonight. As appealing as the prospect sounds of seeing the magnetic Mr. read more

Rue Morgue UK Presents: CREEPY CLASSIC HORROR TRAILERS! FREAKS! (1932)

Classic Horror Campaign Posted by Richard on Mar 25, 2012

The Classic Horror Campaign in association with the Rue Morgue UK facebook page presents : CREEPY CLASSIC HORROR TRAILERS today featuring FREAKS (1932) one of the most controversial films ever made!  Rue Morgue magazine has a tradition of combining coverage of contemporary horror alongside a celebra read more

61 Days of Halloween- Freaks

The Movie Rat Posted by Bernardo Villela on Sep 4, 2011

Most holidays worth their while encompass entire seasons, such as Christmas, for example. However, as you may have noticed there is a corporate push every year for us to think about the next holiday even sooner. While this has many negative side effects I figure I may as well embrace it. Since Labor read more

Classics Revisited: Freaks

Cinematic Catharsis Posted by Barry P. on Jul 16, 2011

(1932) Directed by Tod Browning; Written by Willis Goldbeck and Leon Gordon; Based on the short story “Spurs” by Tod Robbins; Starring: Wallace Ford, Leila Hyams, Olga Baclanova, Rosco Ates and Harry Earles; Available on DVD. Rating: **** ½ What’s It About? Freaks is the read more

Classics Revisited: Freaks

Cinematic Catharsis Posted by Barry P. on Jul 16, 2011

(1932) Directed by Tod Browning; Written by Willis Goldbeck and Leon Gordon; Based on the short story “Spurs” by Tod Robbins; Starring: Wallace Ford, Leila Hyams, Olga Baclanova, Rosco Ates and Harry Earles; Available on DVD. Rating: **** ½ What’s It About? Freaks is the read more

Monstros / Freaks (1932)

Critica Retro Posted by Lê on Nov 30, -0001

Monstros / Freaks (1932) O ano era 2009, e eu era uma recém-chegada no mundo do cinema. Tinha 16 anos e era fácil de impressionar. Não sei por que abri uma lista com o título “os 10 filmes mais impressionantes da história”. Lá, na 10ª posição, uma imagem já me assustou: read more