||The Tiki, Goth, and Killer Midgets Thread
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From: Vacant lot where T. Vic's, Van. was
|Posted: 2010-05-11 05:28 am  Permalink|
On 2010-04-09 17:48, exquisitecorpse wrote:
Werner Herzog's "Even Dwarves Started Small"
"A group of dwarfs confined in an institution on a remote island rebel against the guards and director (all dwarfs as well) in a display of mayhem. The dwarfs gleefully break windows and dishes, abandon a running truck to drive itself in circles, engineer food fights and cock fights, set fire to pots of flowers, kill a large pig, torment some blind dwarfs, and crucify a monkey."
That strikes a resemblance to a scene from Putney Swope. Looks like the same actor. I'd research but I'm late for work!
Joined: Jan 02, 2010
From: East Los
|Posted: 2010-05-11 1:56 pm  Permalink|
Paul Glauer was in both of this films.
Joined: May 16, 2008
From: Dogtown, USA
|Posted: 2010-05-21 11:52 pm  Permalink|
OK we need more Goth here and less midgets so let me repurpose this from Bilge:
On 2010-05-21 22:52, woofmutt wrote:
To be honest (for once), I've never cared for zombie flicks....
George Romero ruined the whole zombie genre. That brain eating zombies thing has been played out.
You need to go back to the cinema's first zombie flick, 1932's "White Zombie" starring Bela Lugosi. That story took place in Haiti where zombies were part of Voodoo folklore. Those zombies didn't spend time chasing people and trying to eat their brains. Instead they did chores like working the plantation at midnight. Also those zombies would "put out".
Joined: May 20, 2010
|Posted: 2010-06-04 8:11 pm  Permalink|
For midgets: Terror of Tiny Town
For Zombies: Green Eyes, by Lucius Shepard