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Every so often a TFH Guru comes along and requests to do a title that someone else has already done. So it is that Josh Olson follows in Edgar Wright's footsteps to give us his take on Clint Eastwood's supernatural western, but without the man-crush.
Steve McQueen romances Ali MacGraw out from underneath b.f. Robert Evans' watchful eye. We at TFH aren't against remakes--some of our favorite movies are remakes-- but the 1992 redo of Walter Hill's screenplay from a Jim Thompson novel found it hard to top this 1972 original. One of director Sam Peckinpah's smoothest (and some say most impersonal) productions, this is still a darn good thriller.
Bette Davis apparently enjoyed making The Nanny, as she returned for a second Hammer Films project, this one a black comedy written by studio workhorse Jimmy Sangster. Sheâs another monstrous mom who torments her dysfunctional brood. We at TFH like this one a lot more than David DeCouteau does.
Before Broken Lizard and the Farrelly Brothers there was/were The Zuckers (plus Abraham) to burst the bounds of taste and political correctness with this often-imitated smorgasboard of skits, parodies and general silliness. Samuel L. Bronkowitz's valedictory triumph was directed by TFH Guru John Landis.
Cut-rate climax to the "straight" Universal Frankenstein series gives us two Lon Chaneys for the price of one. In addition to playing the Wolf Man he's seen here burning up again as the Monster in stock shots from Ghost of Frankenstein-- inadvertently fulfilling the dropped idea of having him play both roles in Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man. Here at TFH we're especially partial to these music-driven, title-card-filled studio trailers.