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Tag Archives: Ray Harryhausen
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A titan against a titan!
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Stoned by Medusa
With special thanks to Ray Harryhausen, who rules!
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Summer of Love: Ray Harryhausen
What’s better than Ray Harryhausen’s stop-motion animation monsters? I’d say very few things in this world. And whenever I come across a clip of his animated art, I long for a moment of film that seemed to actually have a … Continue reading
Posted in bava Summer of Love 2010, movies Tagged bavasol10, Clash of the Titans, Ray Harryhausen, Summer of Love 15 Comments
Clash of the Titans (2010)
One of the formative 10 is being remade, and it looks to be another favorite of my destroyed by CGI. Where have you gone, Ray Harryhausen? A nation turns its starving eyes to you (woo hoo hoo).
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The New Bava Beverly
Image courtesy of Robjtak Los Angeles is a fine town. I lived in its tepid embrace for over seven years, and I have to say it was probably seven of the best film years of my life. I think I … Continue reading
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