Published in 1953, the magazine is an interesting time capsule

Digital intervention by FMG on original photo by Nils Jorgensen/Shutterstock


Umberto Eco’s book plays with our obsession with secrets

Digital intervention by FMG on a scene from Stanley Kubrick’s movie “Eyes Wide Shut” (credit: Warner)


“Srigala” was produced when foreign ‘rip-offs’ were common

Where have I seen this before? Digital artwork on the final scene of “Srigala” (credit: FMG)


The crimes of Bundy, Gacy, and Co. inspired television dramas

Original art from Roger Wilkinson, with blood applied on TV by the author


Same characters, two very particular versions of the end

UK Book cover x Film poster (credits: Orion Publishing Co + Netflix)


The lightning rarely strikes twice, as we can see

Credits: Sense of Cinema (Michael Mann photo) + The Cinema Archives (Michael Haneke photo)


The movie made by Edison Co. has been lost for 50 years


The author didn’t write only about bloodsucking vampires

Bela Lugosi as Dracula in the 1931 film and the first edition of Bram Stoker’s horror anthology


They know how to scare and also how to shoot music!

Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” is perhaps the best music video from a filmmaker who made horror


An account of two months looking for a freelancer job

Source: Lisa Fotios (Pexels.com)

Felipe M. Guerra

Journalist, independent filmmaker and a sick person. I write about cinema at https://filmesparadoidos.blogspot.com, and in here about films, books and comics.

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