Archive for the RayHarryhausen Category

Historical Happening – Jason & the Argonauts

Posted in adventure, art, box office, classic horror, Cool Stuff, creature features, fantasy, fiction, Film, folklore, history, horror, horror films, kids, legends, literature, monster movies, monsters, movies, mythology, RayHarryhausen, Uncategorized, weird with tags , , , , , , , , , on 06/19/2017 by Edward Brock

One of my favorite films of all-time, Jason & the Argonauts, was released on this day–in 1963. Featuring the superb stop-motion work of my cinematic hero, Ray Harryhausen, it is a feast for the eyes.

JasonArgounauts

Advertisements

Historical Happening – King Kong Premiere

Posted in adventure, art, box office, classic horror, Cool Stuff, creature features, dark, fantasy, fiction, Film, history, horror films, legends, monster movies, monsters, movies, RayHarryhausen, Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , on 03/02/2017 by Edward Brock

The classic, King Kong, made its New York premiere on this day–in 1933. (It was released nationwide on April 7th).

kingkong

It’s also Willis O’Brien’s birthday (who created the marvelous stop-motion effects for the film). He was born in 1886.

Historical Happening – Sinbad & the Eye of the Tiger

Posted in adventure, classic horror, Cool Stuff, creature features, fantasy, fiction, Film, history, horror films, legends, monster movies, monsters, movies, mythology, RayHarryhausen, sci-fi, Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , on 08/12/2016 by Edward Brock

Sinbad & the Eye of the Tiger was released on this day (Aug. 12) in 1977.

It was the third–and final–Sinbad film featuring the beautiful stop-motion work of master monster maker, Ray Harryhausen. As always, it was his creatures that stole the film.

SinbadEyeTiger

%d bloggers like this: