“There’s a dark warning at the heart of ‘Blood on the Moon’ that still rings true today.”
“It is during the 70s that the disaster film’s most pure and admirable entries were made, bookended by two significantly different stories involving air travel fiascos.”
“Lewton’s insights into both childhood and adult inner personal conflicts are legacies which deserve recognition in the foundational history of horror, both for psychological thrillers and fantasy films.”
Weekend Vibes is a Friday column about streaming recommendations, new release hype and entertainment events.
In the Vague Visages Writers’ Room on Facebook, freelancers were asked to comment about their favorite film noir moments in celebration of #Noirvember.
“For all the beauty of Malle’s classic, Moreau’s half-mad gliding has become the signature image of the film.”