Celebrate William Castle’s 100th.

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tnWhether you’re talking about House On Haunted Hill (1959), Masterson Of Kansas (1954), a Whistler picture or God knows what else, William Castle is one of my favorite filmmakers. For sure, my love of film comes in large part from the sheer joy of watching his stuff as a kid. This event at the Hollywood Heritage Museum sounds terrific, and serves as further proof that I live on the wrong side of the country. Jeffrey Schwarz’s Spine Tingler documentary alone is worth the price of admission. Same with Macabre (1958). Thanks to everyone who helped put this little bit of wonderfulness together. Castle 100

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Filed under Screenings, Vincent Price, Warner Archive, William Castle

2 responses to “Celebrate William Castle’s 100th.

  1. AFI Silver Theater in Silver Springs, MD is also celebrating Castle’s 100th. In addition to the horror pictures you always see, AFI is pulling out some of Castle’s crime pictures as double features.

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