Fanatic (1965) was a Horror - Thriller/Suspense Film directed by Silvio Narizzano and produced by Anthony Hinds.
DIE! DIE! MY DARLING! (AKA FANATIC)By Dan Day Jr. on Jun 8, 2016 From The Hitless Wonder Movie Blog
I recently purchased a DVD set of Hammer films released by Mill Creek Entertainment. The two-disc set has six movies total: THE REVENGE OF FRANKENSTEIN, THE SNORKEL, NEVER TAKE CANDY FROM A STRANGER, MANIAC, CREATURES THE WORLD FORGOT, and DIE! DIE! MY DARLING! The last two films I have listed are o... Read full article
Halloweek: Die! Die! My Darling! (1965) – original title “Fanatic”on Oct 26, 2014 From Comet Over Hollywood
This week, Comet Over Hollywood is celebrating Halloween with slightly more offbeat horror films. ? Starting in the 1960s with Bette Davis and Joan Crawford in ?Whatever Happened to Baby Jane?? (1962), famous actresses of the 1930s and 1940s who were now ?past their prime? were cast in semi-campy ho... Read full article
Evolution of a classic film fanaticBy Jnpickens on Jul 28, 2010 From Comet Over Hollywood
It started with a girl named Maria and a boy named Tony who thought something was coming. That?s what I usually tell people when they ask how I became a classic movie fan: it happened on a fateful March evening in 2003 when I saw ?West Side Story? (1961). I became obsessed, end of story. But my ?Wes... Read full article
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Mrs. Trefoile: A mirror? Is it to adorn yourself, to observe yourself? Mirrors are not but tools of vanity, Patricia - I know! Vanity - sensuality, Patricia! The Bible speaks of our vile bodies.
Pat Carroll: Oh.
Mrs. Trefoile: I knew you would understand.
Mrs. Trefoile: Do you attend church regularly?
Pat Carroll: Well, not too regularly.
[Mrs. Trefoile looks shocked]
Pat Carroll: Not as often as I'd like.
Mrs. Trefoile: Not as often as you'd like? What a strange thing to say! If you like going to church, why do you not attend regularly?
Pat Carroll: Well, I mean, often there isn't time.
Mrs. Trefoile: Not time for prayer? Not time to sing the praises of the Lord? One's duty to the Lord must take precedence, must it not? Patricia, I'm surprised at you!
Mrs. Trefoile: This was his room.
Pat Carroll: His?
Mrs. Trefoile: Stephen's!
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