Giuseppe Doesn’t Show Up At School | Sicilian Ghost Story | Altitude Films

The day after their kiss, Luna notices Giuseppe doesn’t show up at school.

Has something happened to Giuseppe?

Giuseppe is the 13-year-old son of a Mafia hitman, turned informant. When he disappears, it is assumed he has been kidnapped by his father’s former bosses. Giuseppe’s girlfriend, the determined Luna, battles her mother (some kind of wicked witch) and the police authority’s sloth and corruption in her search for him. Cleverly plotting her relentless quest, while her imagination conjures up mysterious and magical visions of where Giuseppe might be, Sicilian Ghost Story contrasts these fantastical worlds with the grim reality of the boy’s cruel captivity.

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Horror History: Wednesday, December 7, 1994: “Tales From The Crypt” episode “The Assassin” premiered

Season 6 Episode 8

A group of operatives (Chelsea Field, Jonathan Banks, and Corey Feldman) invade the home of a housewife (Shelley Hack) in search of her husband (Marshall Teague) whom they believe is an AWOL CIA assassin (voiced by an uncredited Cam Clarke). William Sadler appears in the Crypt Keeper’s scenes as the Grim Reaper partaking in a winner take all game that is encored with Sadler as a different character in Bordello of Blood.

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Horror History: Friday, December 7, 1984: The Initiation was released in theaters

A long-buried family secret comes back to haunt the present, and a sorority ceremony becomes a real hell night for Kelly Fairchild (Daphne Zuniga of “One Tree Hill” and “Melrose Place”).

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Horror History: Friday, December 7, 1945: House of Dracula was released in theaters

Wolf Man (Lon Chaney, Jr.) & Dracula (John Carradine) beg Dr. Edelman (Onslow Stevens) to cure them of their killing instincts but Dracula schemes to seduce the doctor’s nurse.

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Tuesday, December 6, 2022: History of the Occult Premieres Today on Screambox

It’s ’60 minutes to Midnight’s’ last broadcast, the most famous journalism show on TV. Tonight’s is Adrian Marcato, who might expose a conspiracy that links the Government with an actual Coven.

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The Vagrant (1992) (Special Edition) Available February 7

HE’S NOT HOME ALONE!

The 90s cult classic is back! Directed by Chris Walas – FX genius of Gremlins and The Fly – The Vagrant is a demented black comedy starring cult icons Bill Paxton (Aliens, Twister), Michael Ironside (Scanners, Starship Troopers), Colleen Camp (Death Game, Clue) and Marshall Bell (Freddy’s Revenge, Total Recall) in a grimy blend of satire and grisly terror.

Mild-mannered financial clerk Graham Krakowski buys a run-down starter home only to discover a vagrant, living in the empty lot across the street, keeps appearing inside. Attempts to remove the homeless man lead to a feud that spirals out of control and tests Graham’s sanity as the vagrant engages him in twisted mind games, defiling his home, and framing him for gruesome murders.

Beloved character actor Bill Paxton stepped up to leading man status in The Vagrant and proved his extraordinary range in a role that runs the gamut of emotions and climbs to stratospheric heights of craziness. Newly restored from the original camera negative The Vagrant is a one of a kind movie that deserves a place in any cult film collection.

STARRING: Bill Paxton, Michael Ironside, Marshall Bell, Mitzi Kapture

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