Trailers from Hell: Guillermo del Toro on „Dead and Buried“

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Schöne neue Folge von Trailers from Hell, in der Guillermo del Toro über seinen Lieblingshorrorstreifen „Dead and Buried“ spricht.

TFH welcomes Guillermo del Toro to the Guru ranks to talk about one of his favorite horror movies. Mendocino, Ca. stands in for Potter’s Bluff, New England, another small-town-with-a-deadly-secret in Gary Sherman’s stylish cult horror classic. Jack Albertson, in his final role, is memorable as the music-loving town mortician and d.p. Steven Poster supplies some chilling images. Ripe for rediscovery.

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  1. The Nephilim

    Ein super Horrorfilm. Sehr atmosphärisch das Ganze. Und eines der besten Cover überhaupt!!!

  2. Mühsam

    rofl Eine Stadt in Mittelamerika … Das Poster ist echt schick.

  3. CineMan

    Kann mich noch erinnern, dass ich den in der Videothek ein paar mal in den Händen hielt, aber dann nicht ausgeliehen habe. Werde ich wohl jetzt nachholen …

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