(ENG) To celebrate Halloween in the bizarre year of 2017 our choice can only be GEORGE A. ROMERO’s MARTIN.
Released in 1976, starring the young John Amplas as a troubled tenenage vampire (torn between his twisted imagination and a desolate sad reality) this movie is a pure #hiddentreasure in Romero’s filmography.
George A. Romero left us on July the 16th, after a life dedicated to Cinema.
Don’t miss MARTIN, not a blockbuster yet a masterpiece from the author of The Night of the Living Dead (1968).
Here’s the original Trailer and a free full streaming of George A. Romero’s Martin on YOU TUBE:
(IT) Per la notte di Halloween 2017 la scelta di THE LOVING MEMORY non può che essere WAMPYR (MARTIN) di GEORGE A. ROMERO (1976). Protagonista John Amplas nella parte di un giovane vapiro, diviso tra la la sua immaginazione distorta e una Realtà troppo triste per essere vissuta.
George A. Romero, autore de La notte dei morti viventi (1968), ci ha lasciato il 16 Luglio di quest’anno dopo una vita dedicata al Cinema.
Nei link di questo articolo troverete il TRAILER ORIGINALE del 1976 ed il FILM COMPLETO (in lingua inglese, senza sottotitoli), disponibile gratuitamente in streaming su YOU TUBE.
Marta Zoe Poretti
#MZP ❤ #Halloween
I just saw #BladeRunner2049… twice. First Sunday, second time tonight in Rome’s Warner Village “Parco De Medici”. By the way: their leather armchairs are luscious.
Ok: I think that’s the shortest review I have written in my entire life. Because the review is: I wanted it again. I wanted to see the movie twice in three days. And I still don’t feel good enough to describe what I saw.
I already wrote a couple of articles in the last two years, following the news about the sequel of Blade Runner, its production, trailers teasers and any media appeared on the net. I had a strong sensation: Ridley Scott knew how and when to film the second chapter of his masterpiece. The film he had to fight for: the battle for Blade Runner director’s cut is legendary, is another mith in History of Cinema, beside the mith of Blade Runner itself.
#BladeRunner2049 is the sci-fi delight I was wondering about. And more: my imagination wasn’t good enough to guess how perfect this film is.
I still need time to write. Tonight my review is: I want to see it again. Look for other details. And again.
***For the italian article published in January please visit: Portfolio