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  1. mr 420
    21st December 2016 04:22 PM - permalink
    mr 420
    Happy Xmas and a merry new year, Nos.
  2. Demdike@Cult Labs
    11th October 2016 08:50 PM - permalink
    Demdike@Cult Labs
    Thanks for the mass of 'likes', Nos.
  3. Vipp
    9th January 2016 06:39 PM - permalink
    Vipp
    I still have my own badge but mate it's your if you want it. Just PM me your address. No Pressure.
  4. Vipp
    19th October 2015 03:25 PM - permalink
    Vipp
    Mate did you want an Arrow pin from their festival table? i managed to get a few and have 1 left if you fancy it i will pop it in the post for you.
  5. Vipp
    9th July 2015 11:37 AM - permalink
    Vipp
    I had no idea you were at Uni mate, i'm not educated enough to get into a university but if this art course goes well i might go to uni, it depends on how good i can get with new tools and if setting up a company is cheaper than 9k of university.
  6. Vipp
    12th June 2015 02:13 PM - permalink
    Vipp
    I look forward to hearing your thoughts on 'The Box Trollz' mate, i bloomin loved that film so much i went to see it at the cinema twice. It's great fun!
  7. Demdike@Cult Labs
    31st December 2014 11:34 PM - permalink
    Demdike@Cult Labs
    Happy New Year Nos.
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  9. Bringer Of Funerals
    14th July 2014 09:31 AM - permalink
    Bringer Of Funerals
    Does it work
  10. Demdike@Cult Labs
    24th October 2013 02:00 PM - permalink
    Demdike@Cult Labs
    Thanks Nosferatu.

About Me

  • About Nosferatu@Cult Labs
    Biography
    An avid DVD and BD collector, I'm studying to be a counsellor.
    Location
    The Cave of Caerbannog
    Interests
    Watching, writing and reading about films, particularly horror
    Occupation
    Student
  • Nosferatu's Questionnaire!
    Where did your username come from?
    One of my favourite horror films and one of the most enduring words in the genre.
    What is your favourite horror film?
    The Exorcist
    What is your favourite non-horror film?
    It's a Wonderful Life
    Who is your favourite horror director?
    David Cronenberg
    Who is your favourite non-horror director?
    Guillermo del Toro
    How did you find out about Cult-Labs.com ?
    In the good old days when it was just shameless-films.com, I browsed for a bit and they came here and registered.
    What is the best DVD/BD set that you own?
    This Is Spinal Tap: Up To 11 Special Edition Blu-ray
    What is your favourite Arrow release so far?
    The Battle Royale Blu-ray set
    What is your favourite Shameless release so far?
    Watch Me When I Kill followed closely by the Bronx Warriors Trilogy and Footprints
    What film which you most like Arrow Video/Shameless to release?
    Night of the Demon and, of course, an excellent release of Night of the Living Dead on Blu-ray
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Posted 7th February 2017 at 07:08 PM by Nosferatu@Cult Labs Comments 2
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10 . if.... (1968)

Lindsay Anderson is one of the most underrated satirists in film history as his trilogy of films following Mick Travis (if...., O Lucky Man! and Britannia Hospital) all have an undercurrent of jet black humour and pointing out the foibles and utter stupidity of some major British institutions. In the case of if...., Anderson targets the public school system and, with Malcolm McDowell making his film debut, before he shot to fame in A Clockwork Orange, had an actor...

Posted 19th April 2015 at 07:48 PM by Nosferatu@Cult Labs Comments 0
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When it comes to classic genre films which are 'essential viewing', there isn't a definitive list, but, in 1999, Empire released a Special Collector's Edition supplement called The Greatest Horror Films Ever, which is a really good 'beginners guide' to horror. In it, there are 50 films in different categories of films, which I'll list here.

Creature Features
Frankenstein
Nosferatu
Dracula (1931)
The Mummy
The Bride of Frankenstein
Cat People...
Recent Comments
Loving this blog, Nos!...
Posted 8th February 2017 at 05:37 PM by iluvdvds@Cult Labs iluvdvds@Cult Labs is offline
An excellent companion...
Posted 7th February 2017 at 07:17 PM by Demdike@Cult Labs Demdike@Cult Labs is online now

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