Just rewatched Firestarter (1984), a few days ago... first time I've seen it in probably over a decade.
Would it be weird and creepy to watch Brainstorm right now?
Her character dies and the machine records her journey to the "afterlife"...
I don't think so. I want to watch some movies with Louise Fletcher too. Think I'll look for my dvd of Zalman King's 'Two Moon Junction' (1988), one of my favourite dramas of the 1980s. And my copy of J.S. Cardone's sinister 'Shadowzone' (1990) for a double-bill set deep inside the creepzone. Fletcher was never shy of exploring the depths of human depravity and excavation of human souls.
James Hong seeks assistance from Louise Fletcher inside the Shadowzone
Last Edit: Sept 24, 2022 14:29:16 GMT by petrolino
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