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Every day, come rain or shine or internet tubes breaking, Film School Rejects showcases a trailer from the past. Best-selling book, popular play, but Rosalind Russell made the character come to life in vibrant technicolor. It’s the story of an extravagant and bombastic woman who reconnects with her nephew while teaching him to write words down that he doesn’t understand to look up later. She fights off a Scottish author, tells her matronly assistant to get out there and live, and sees the boy she grows to treat as a son become a man. It’s an extraordinary life, and it’s the non-musical version of it. Think you know what it is? Check the trailer out for yourself:


Old Ass Horror

Every Sunday in October, Old Ass Movies will be teaming with 31 Days of Horror in order to deliver a horror film that was made before you were born and tell you why you should like this. This week, Old Ass Horror presents the story of Dracula as seen through the beautiful, blood-filled eyes of Christopher Lee, Peter Cushing and the entire Hammer Family. Synopsis: Retitled for American consumption as to avoid confusion with Tod Browning’s Dracula, this is a straightforward adaptation of Bram Stoker’s original novel that became the basis for so many movies. Jonathan Harker (John Van Eyssen) is turned into a vampire by the vicious Count Dracula, but when Doctor Van Helsing (Peter Cushing) goes to investigate, he finds the fiend has already fled his castle and is headed to inflict more pain on Jonathan’s family by attacking his fiance.


The Hidden Fortress

Every Sunday, Film School Rejects presents a movie that was made before you were born and tells you why you should like it. This week, Old Ass Movies presents a story of a General, a secret Princess, a farmer’s daughter and two peasants who are traveling through dangerous territory with enough gold to rebuild an empire. This is a simple tale, but it also gave birth to one of the largest pop cultural phenomenon’s in film history. This is Kurosawa’s The Hidden Fortress.



Link Jones has turned from a life of outlawing and is trying to take the straight and narrow path in a small town. That doesn’t last long.



A non-vampire movie with the word ‘vampire’ in the title! A vicious mad scientist whose thirst for blood knows no bounds! He finishes where Dracula left off!



The remnants of the class system keep things tense between two lovers from different backgrounds. “You’re hurt because everything is changed and Jimmy’s hurt because everything is the same.”


Alec Guiness in The Horse's Mouth

Alec Guinness gets his first and only writing credit and dominates the screen as an artist who can’t escape an insane supporting cast no matter how mean he gets.

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