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Scotch posted a BLOG item 5 months ago

Eight Iconic Horror Masks and the History Behind Them

The Phantom in 'The Phantom of the Opera' (1925)

The Phantom is so ashamed of his own face that he wears the mask to cover his disfigurement. The brilliance of the mask was that it built up the tension and suspense until the final reveal of what the Phantom was actually hiding. Legend has it that when the film originally came out, the revealing of the Phantom's face caused some people to literally faint in the theater.

Christiane Génessier in 'Eyes Without a Face' (1960)

It took three hours to apply this mask on actress Edith Scob and she was not able to take it off all day during filming. The actress was forced to eat her meals through a straw and was often left feeling isolated from the rest of the film cast and crew due to the fact that she struggled to speak through the mask. After Christiane is involved in a vicious car accident, she's forced to wear this mask that shows no expression or emotion. 1960 was a great year for horror with this contribution along with some other film by a relatively unknown director named Alfred Hitchcock. Something about a boy and his mother?

Leatherface in 'The Texas Chain Saw Massacre' (1974)

The brilliance of the mask isn't always recognized. Tobe Hooper's design for this legendary look shows a character who is hiding behind an actual face. The mask represents who Leatherface really is. In the original TCM there are three masks worn by Gunnar Hansen. "Pretty Woman", "Old Lady" & "Killer". The reason for the different looks is to develop the idea that Leatherface has no true identity. Given the abusive upbringing he endured due to his disfigured look, it's no wonder he can't be his own person. There is a story of Hansen actually knocking himself out walking into a door frame on set while filming. Oh, how great it would have been to have had camera phones back then!

Michael Myers in 'Halloween' (1978)

John Carpenter had basically no money to spare when creating this future masterpiece. So as far as a mask was concerned, cheap was the key word. Not only that, to have a mask or look that would demand prep time before shoots was also out of the question. While trying to figure out his monster's look, the art director of the film stumbled across the emotionless, featureless Captain Kirk mask in Bert Wheeler's Magic Shop. The art director also picked up a clown mask to provide options. Carpenter loved the idea of an emotionless face so much, he even decided to paint the mask white to enhance the effect. The rest is history.

Jason Voorhees in 'Friday the 13th Part III' (1982)

As most people learned from Drew Barrymore, Jason wasn't even the killer in the original Friday the 13th. It wasn't until the third film of the franchise that our favorite goalie donned his iconic look. Richard Brooker, an advisor on set and huge hockey fan suggested that to save time and money, Jason should just wear a goalie mask rather than spend hours on makeup every day. Brooker was such a big fan of the sport, he even had a mask on him when he made the suggestion. He put the mask on and since then Jason has rarely taken it off. Initial tests were so positive that a mere suggestion completely changed a franchise and the horror genre forever.

Dr. Hannibal Lecter in 'The Silence of the Lambs' (1991)

Another iconic mask influenced by hockey, Hannibal Lecter's look is one that almost anyone can identify. While searching for the right look for the cannibal, the film's production crew was referred to Ed Cubberly, a man who designed some of the most notable NHL masks at the time. They simply asked him to design something that "a schizophrenic who goes around biting people" would have to wear. They didn't want to hide Lecter's eyes as Hopkins was really able to create so much of the character through the way he looked at people. So the mask was designed to cover the bottom half of his face and have the bars over his mouth, his second best weapon. Perhaps Cubberly's best contribution to the mask was suggesting that the crew leave the rusted, gritty deteriorated finish to truly enhance the prison feel.

Ghostface in 'Scream' (1996)

Scream was a game changer and completely revived a struggling slasher genre in the mid '90s. It was EP Marianne Maddalena who discovered the mask while scouting an abandoned building for a shoot. She showed it to Craven who instantly fell in love with the look. The problem was that the rights to the mask were owned by a costume company called "Fun World". Craven's love for the mask proved true when an unspecified amount of money was thrown at the costume company along with the rights to produce the mask itself post-production. Craven's unrelenting passion for his film left us with one of the most well known villains in horror history.

Tiger, Lamb & Fox in 'You're Next' (2011)

This awesome, under-appreciated slasher film brings nostalgia to most horror fans and delivers it with unrelenting kills and blood. The director's motives behind the three masks are to promote the idea of a look that anyone could wear. Not only for slaughtering a family, but a mask that someone could be wearing at a party, a play, a child's birthday, etc. Next time you watch the movie (hopefully sometime soon given the Halloween season!) try to focus on what character is wearing which mask. A lot of their actions reflect the persona of such mask.

Mood: Chillin'
Tags: Horror, Masks, Icon
Glinda at 04:48 PM Oct 25

This is a really fun and interesting blog. Can you imagine if somebody did film Leatherface/Hansen knocking himself out in today's world? Definitely be trending video.

timmyd at 08:51 PM Oct 25

awesome read. great post.

Pat Hatfreet
Pat Hatfreet at 04:10 PM Oct 27

Great blog! I've been meaning to watch "Eyes Without a Face" for a while, the only one I haven't seen among those you mention.

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Scotch posted a BLOG item 5 months ago

You a Fan of Barbra Streisand as an Actress?

Fanny Brice in 'Funny Girl' (1968)

Dolly Levi in 'Hello, Dolly!' (1969)

Daisy Gamble in 'On a Clear Day You Can See Forever' (1970)

Doris in 'The Owl and the Pussycat' (1970)

Judy Maxwell in 'What's Up, Doc?' (1972)

Margaret Reynolds in 'Up the Sandbox' (1972)

Katie in 'The Way We Were' (1973)

Fanny Brice in 'Funny Lady' (1975)

Esther Hoffman in 'A Star Is Born' (1976)

Hillary Kramer in 'The Main Event' (1979)

Cheryl Gibbons in 'All Night Long' (1981)

Yentl in 'Yentl' (1983)

Claudia Draper in 'Nuts' (1987)

Susan Lowenstein in 'The Prince of Tides' (1991)

Rose Morgan in 'The Mirror Has Two Faces' (1996)

Rozalin Focker in 'Meet the Fockers' (2004)

Rozalin Focker in 'Little Fockers' (2010)

Joyce Brewster in 'The Guilt Trip' (2012)

Mood: Chillin'
Tags: Actress
Scotch at 09:32 PM Oct 24

@grelber37 no worries man. Negative comments aren't always bad. I do these blogs to highlight people's careers simply to get honest feedback about their work.

timmyd at 09:55 PM Oct 24

I thought she was great in NUTS . Other than that , I could take her or leave her.

Glinda at 12:07 AM Oct 25

I actually like her as an actress in her early stuff. But, it may be nostalgia? I watched her movies when I was so much younger (on tv). I love Funny Girl, A Star is Born and quite a few others from back then. I hated Yentl and not really wild about her in Fockers, but she's okay.

Overall I'd say yes I like her as an actress, but I love her as a singer.

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Scotch posted a BLOG item 5 months ago

Tonight's Horror Marathon

What's your favorite scary movie?

Mood: Chillin'
Tags: TFF, Horror, Craven
sLaShEr84 at 07:08 PM Oct 24

Great horror movie series.

JohnLocke2342 at 09:14 PM Oct 24

Fuck yes dude!

timmyd at 09:58 PM Oct 24

beautiful . have fun.

Scotch posted a BLOG item 5 months ago

Mid Day Theater Trip

The Girl on the Train (2016)

directed by: Tate Taylor

"So what did you do during those hours that night?"

Mood: Chillin'
Tags: MDM, theater
Glinda at 06:57 PM Oct 23

Hope you enjoyed it! Please let us know how it was.

timmyd at 08:38 PM Oct 23

it's a pretty good time . i hope you dig it as well.

Pat Hatfreet
Pat Hatfreet at 03:27 PM Oct 27

I hope I can see this one soon.

Scotch posted a BLOG item 5 months ago

Good Morning Movie

The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993)

directed by: Henry Selick

"We've got to find Jack! There's only 365 days left until next Halloween!"

Mood: Chillin'
Tags: GMM, Horror
Glinda at 07:02 PM Oct 23


Scotch posted a BLOG item 5 months ago

Tonight's Feature Film

Zombieland (2009)

directed by: Ruben Fleischer

"Poor flat bastard."

Mood: Chillin'
Tags: TFF, Horror
Moviefreak2010 at 02:50 AM Oct 23


BATeMAN at 03:57 PM Oct 23

Love Zombieland.

Glinda at 07:17 PM Oct 23

Really fun.

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Scotch posted a BLOG item 5 months ago

The Cinematic Brilliance of Tim Robbins...Pt. II

The President in 'Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery' (1999)

Woody Blake in 'Mission to Mars' (2000)

Ian Raymond in 'High Fidelity' (2000)

Gary Winston in 'Antitrust' (2001)

Dr. Nathan Bronfman in 'Human Nature' (2001)

Carson J. Dyle in 'The Truth About Charlie' (2002)

Dave Boyle in 'Mystic River' (2003)

William Geld in 'Code 46' (2003)

Public TV News Anchor in 'Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy' (2004)

Harlan Ogilvy in 'War of the Worlds' (2005)

Josef in 'The Secret Life of Words' (2005)

Dad in 'Zathura: A Space Adventure' (2005)

Col. Nic Vos in 'Catch a Fire' (2006)

The Stranger in 'Tenacious D in the Pick of Destiny' (2006)

David Owen in 'Noise' (2007)

Cheaver in 'The Lucky Ones' (2008)

Loris Harrow in 'City of Ember' (2008)

Hammond in 'Green Lantern' (2011)

Mike in 'Thanks For Sharing' (2012)

Bishop Megan in 'Back to 1942' (2012)

Frank Dawson in 'Life of Crime' (2013)

Dr. Daryl Moffet in 'Welcome to Me' (2014)

B in 'A Perfect Day' (2015)

Mood: Chillin'
Tags: actor
Moviefreak2010 at 02:52 AM Oct 23


Glinda at 07:19 PM Oct 23

He's so good in everything, yet somehow seems to me like he's under appreciated.

Scotch posted a BLOG item 5 months ago

The Cinematic Brilliance of Tim Robbins...Pt. I

Boe in 'Toy Soldiers' (1984)

Nelson in 'No Small Affair' (1984)

Gary Cooper in 'The Sure Thing' (1985)

Larry "Mother" Tucker in 'Fraternity Vacation' (1985)

Merlin in 'Top Gun' (1986)

Phil Blumburtt in 'Howard the Duck' (1986)

Harry in 'Five Corners' (1987)

Josh Tager in 'Tapeheads' (1988)

Ebby Calvin "Nuke" LaLoosh in 'Bull Durham' (1988)

Delmount Williams in 'Miss Firecracker' (1989)

Erik in 'Erik the Viking' (1989)

Larry in 'Cadillac Man' (1990)

Jacob in 'Jacob's Ladder' (1990)

Jerry in 'Jungle Fever' (1991)

Griffin Mill in 'The Player' (1992)

Bob Roberts in 'Bob Roberts' (1992)

Gene Shepard in 'Short Cuts' (1993)

Norville Barnes in 'The Hudsucker Proxy' (1994)

Andy Dufresne in 'The Shawshank Redemption' (1994)

Joe Flynn in 'Ready to Wear' (1994)

Ed Walters in 'I.Q.' (1994)

Nick Beam in 'Nothing to Lose' (1997)

Oliver Lang in 'Arlington Road' (1999)

Mood: Chillin'
Tags: actor
Moviefreak2010 at 02:54 AM Oct 23


Glinda at 07:20 PM Oct 23

So many great movies. I love Arlington Road.

Scotch posted a BLOG item 5 months ago

Tonight's Double Feature

Mood: Chillin'
Tags: TFF, Horror
writer19 at 11:41 PM Oct 21


sLaShEr84 at 11:50 AM Oct 22

Good movies

Scotch posted a BLOG item 5 months ago

Tonight's Feature Film

Halloween II (2009)

directed by: Rob Zombie

"I'm a little confused. Are we talking about the "Austin Powers" Mike Myers or is this someone else?"

Mood: Chillin'
timmyd at 08:52 PM Oct 19

well , it was better than the first . but it still wasn't all that good . have fun.

BATeMAN at 01:48 PM Oct 20

Had high hopes for this after seeing the first film but man, I think it's one of the worst horror films ever!

Scotch posted a BLOG item 5 months ago

Let's Keep It Rollin

Halloween (2007)

directed by: Rob Zombie

"The darkest souls are not those which choose to exist within the hell of the abyss, but those which choose to move silently among us."

Mood: Chillin'
Glinda at 10:27 AM Oct 19

I liked this one the one time I watched it but haven't had the desire to ever watch it again.

BATeMAN at 02:02 PM Oct 19

Another fan here. The backstory and making Myers more human was nice touch and made him alot more scarier imo.

timmyd at 08:48 PM Oct 19

ugh . Michael's a psychotic killer because he had a poor home life . give me a fucking break . more redneck rubbish from Zombie.

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Scotch posted a BLOG item 5 months ago

LL Cool J...Better MC or Actor?

Billy in 'The Hard Way' (1991)

Jason St. Julian in 'Out-of-Sync' (1995)

Himself in 'B*A*P*S' (1997)

Roger in 'Caught Up' (1998)

Darryl in 'Woo' (1998)

Ronny in 'Halloween H20: 20 Years Later' (1998)

Preacher in 'Deep Blue Sea' (1999)

Dwayne Gittens in 'In Too Deep' (1999)

Julian Washington in 'Any Given Sunday' (1999)

Mr. Jones in 'Charlie's Angels' (2000)

Ray Bud Slocumb in 'Kingdom Come' (2001)

Marcus Ridley in 'Rollerball' (2002)

Ray Adams in 'Deliver Us From Eva' (2003)

Deacon Kay in 'S.W.A.T.' (2003)

Gabe Jensen in 'Mindhunters' (2004)

Deed in 'Edison' (2005)

Luther Pinks in 'Slow Burn' (2005)

Sean Matthews in 'Last Holiday' (2006)

Frankie Brite in 'Grudge Match' (2013)

Sam Hanna on NCIS: Los Angeles (2009-2016)

Mood: Chillin'
Tags: actor, artist
Glinda at 10:37 AM Oct 19

I really only know him as an actor and he's great in everything I've seen him in. Latest was Deep Blue Sea and I loved him in it. Silly movie but it's fun.

Scotch posted a BLOG item 5 months ago

Tonight's Feature Film Pt. II

Halloween: Resurrection (2002)

directed by: Rick Rosenthal

"Trick or treat, motherfucker!"

Mood: Chillin'
OldKingClancy at 08:57 PM Oct 18

timmyd at 08:58 PM Oct 18

oh god . you're a brave man . one of the worst movies I've ever seen.

Glinda at 10:40 AM Oct 19

Weird as it is, I liked it.

Scotch posted a BLOG item 5 months ago

Tonight's Feature Film

Halloween H20: 20 Years Later (1998)

directed by: Steve Miner

"If you want to stay handcuffed to your dead brother, that's fine. But you're not dragging me along. Not anymore."

Mood: Chillin'
Zacharia at 06:40 PM Oct 18

Good one.

timmyd at 08:09 PM Oct 18

great fun . I've got it scheduled as part of my October 31st triple header with 1 and 2 . enjoy.

Scotch posted a BLOG item 5 months ago


Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers (1995)

directed by: Joe Chappelle

"Your work is finished now."

Mood: Chillin'
Glinda at 03:02 PM Oct 18

I think I like this one too but not positive it's the one I think it is. I pretty much like them all except 3 though.

BATeMAN at 04:13 PM Oct 18

I like H4 and H5. And have heard The Curse of Michael Myers "The Producer's Cut" is a lot better but atm sadly it's region locked.

timmyd at 08:26 PM Oct 18

it's got some cool moments , but I just can't get past that ridiculous 'cult' bullshit.

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