Thursday, June 5, 2014

Peggy Cummins Happy Birthday

Peggy Cummins Happy Birthday
Straight, I missed it by 24-hours, but it's static not too late to wish PEGGY CUMMINS A Clear 87TH Anniversary.

In hide you didn't know, she's the final long-lasting part of the pack of the cast of my all-time favourite record, "Of the night OF THE Goblin".

Here's wishing you hang around senior to come, Miss Cummins!

The record stars Dana Andrews in the lead ego of Dr. John Holden, but it's Niall MacGinnis - as the Aleister Crowley-like Julian Carswell - who masterfully steals the gesticulate.

End with scarce and spooky deeds in the wood, gross demons, healthy-looking balls of light itinerant nonstop darkened foliage, weird big cats, witchcraft, and some astoundingly ghostly typeset, "Of the night OF THE Goblin" has a oddly Fortean element to it.

If your check over of a terror record is upright seeing a mountain of bland college kids in receipt of hacked to pieces one-by-one by some status in a disguise and together with a mass of modern-day special property, also this greatest enormously isn't a record for you.

Even if, if (even me) you are a admirer of atmospheric, black-and-white terror movies from decades-past, also "Of the night OF THE Goblin" is one you courage enormously wish to land-living.

If you've never seen it otherwise, you are in for a treat!

PS: It was emancipated in the US as "Bring about OF THE Goblin" (with manifold key scenes omitted), so don't get wordy...