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  1. bizarre_eye@Cult Labs
    27th April 2011 07:22 PM - permalink
    bizarre_eye@Cult Labs
    Hmm... Yes, the fifties could be troublesome. Aside from Les Diaboliques and some early Hammer films, the fifties is mainly sci-fi orientated. I suppose I could do a favourite sci-fi decade instead, perhaps. The forties (and the thirties) could be a possibility. I'll have a think!
  2. Demdike@Cult Labs
    27th April 2011 06:26 PM - permalink
    Demdike@Cult Labs
    Hi. The forties shouldn't be a problem, but the fifties - wow. From 1950 - 56 i have only seen two films - House of Wax and The Undead. looking in the Aurum horror encyclopedia which lists its films by year, there were only about 5 released each year up untill 1957, and apart from the above mentioned i have never heard of any of them. Sci fi ruled the fifties.

    How are you going to get round this?
  3. bizarre_eye@Cult Labs
    19th April 2011 06:41 PM - permalink
    bizarre_eye@Cult Labs
    Thanks Demdike - Stefan has done a great job in setting up the sub-forum. Hopefully we'll get plenty of people eager to discuss their favourite films.
  4. Demdike@Cult Labs
    19th April 2011 05:10 PM - permalink
    Demdike@Cult Labs
    Great new sub forums there Bizarre eye, Your Favourite Horror Films: Year by Year.
    Really enjoyable reading.

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