.@RJDownard YES. The only thing that keeps that movie on the rails after the Malone scene is Bacall.
It's kinda sexist, but there's NOTHING hotter than the 2:55 moment in this clip. Dorothy Malone takes charge: http://t.co/wN8Y39Qm1H
Shut-ins ASSEMBLE! Let's channel our Jared Leto/Joker fury-fuel and aim it at Nepal relief efforts, okay? Go here: http://t.co/opQse4S96e
Did you like @MikeMacRaeMike last night? Here's one of his "Rip Torn's Hollywood Drunk Tank" segments. Pure bliss: http://t.co/6DLx0GT8OX

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Sun, Oct 15


31 HORROR STORIES -- "The Night Wire" (1926)

@ 1:00 PM

H.F. Arnold was 24 years old when he published this story in WEIRD TALES magazine. Thankfully, the magazine's publisher didn't see the worth of the story, and so didn't make it a cover story and didn't assign an illustrator to render it.

Good. Because this is another business-like, completely realistic tale, about a man working the night shift on a news wire. Your brain will burn a few gears imagining what's only hinted at by the protagonist. He starts receiving reports from a country that doesn't exist, about...something horrible happening.

Or is the country closer than he thinks?



 
 
   
   
   
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