Monster of the Day #1205 Updated on September 9, 2015 By Ken Begg 17 Comments “Clean the windows! I command it! You must obey me, I created you! Damn it, where are you going?” Tweet Pin It Related PostsMonster of the Day #1664 (Nov 17, 2017) Monster of the Day #1663 (Nov 16, 2017) Monster of the Day #1662 (Nov 15, 2017) Monster of the Day #1661 (Nov 14, 2017) Monster of the Day #1660 (Nov 10, 2017) By Ken Begg http://jabootu.net Flangepart “I’ve got no steak in this…get it? Cause, steak in my back…never mind.” Beckoning Chasm Ah, now this one I recognize. bgbear_rnh Stake through the heart and you’re to blame. Darlin’ you give love a bad name Cullen Waters We’re back on a Frankenstein kick this week. Good deal. zombiewhacker This looks familiar. Was this one of those Joseph Cotten 70s Euro-cheapies? Rock Baker Indeed. LADY FRANKENSTEIN, to be precise. I think this was the first film I saw which prompted me to start calling him “poor Joseph Cotten.” bgbear_rnh at least he could hold his head up high still being known for such Cinema Classics as “Citizen Kane”, “Shadow of a Doubt”, Gas Light”, and “Latitude Zero”. Flangepart Jaekel: “Yeah, and I worked with Marvin, Borgnine, Ryan, Bronson…” Romero:”We know, we know…well, it pays the bills, and we get to see japan.” Gamera977 ‘After cutting it’s way though a monster, it still slices and dices a tomato!’ Eric Hinkle And to think I’d probably like him better in this or LZ than Citizen Kane. bgbear_rnh “Shadow of a Doubt” might be his best starring role or at least my favorite. Rock Baker What you can’t see in the pic are the monster’s hysterical striped pants. They look like something from Battle Of The Planets! Ken_Begg Not even a *mention* of The Third Man?! bgbear_rnh I have started watching that film three times and always get interrupted. Some day. zombiewhacker One of my favorite movies period. Ken_Begg On my personal top 20 list, certainly. Never, ever miss an opportunity to see it in a theater. zombiewhacker I’ll bet “Third Man” plays well in front of a modern audience. Sharp and snappy dialogue, great characters, and as suspenseful as any Hitchcock film. Still haven’t seen Reed-Greene’s other collaboration, “The Fallen Idol,” which I hear is also great.