Jun 07, 2016

A Curmudgeonly Post about Movies, or, CGI Can Get Off My Lawn | National Review

Walking home late tonight, I happened to pass Orange Grove Avenue, the street in Hollywood where the original 1978 Halloween movie was filmed. I decided to duck down the street and look at the houses; it’s remarkable how totally normal they look, not sinister in the least, even in the middle of the night. Horror movies generally don’t scare me, which makes it much easier for me to watch them;...

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