Celebrating the 50th anniversary of Where the Wild Things Are (2013), Maurice Sendak: The Memorial Exhibition is a retrospective of original works by the late, great Maurice Sendak. The artwork is presented with heartfelt words from 50 extraordinary people, whose lives were all touched by this beloved author and illustrator.
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Vincent Price portrays Shakespearean actor Edward Lionheart, who seeks revenge on the critics whom he believes kept him from winning a prestigious award. He bases his murder plans on scenes from Shakespeare’s plays. His victims are portrayed by some of England’s best character actors, including Robert Morley, Robert Coote, Michael Hordern, and Coral Brown. Diana Riggs plays Price’s daughter and co-conspirator.
“The crowning glory of Vincent...
An architect senses impending doom as his half-remembered recurring dream turns into reality. The guests at the country house encourage him to stay as they take turns telling supernatural tales.
Runtime: 77 min.
Release Year: 1945
Directors: Alberto Cavalcanti, Charles Crichton, Basil Dearden, Robert Hamer
Cast: Mervyn Johns, Michael Redgrave, Roland Culver
Before AMC's "Walking Dead" made zombies a pop cultural phenomenon, there was the hilarious zombie comedy Shaun of the Dead from the creative team of director Edgar Wright and writers-actors Simon Pegg and Nick Frost.
As Shaun, Simon Pegg is a 29-year-old slacker who can’t get motivated about anything -- even his girlfriend. When he finds that his whole town has turned into a creeping crawling nation of zombies, he finds his purpose in life...
During a boring, routine weekend, young Glen (Stephen Dorff) and his best buddy, Terry (Louis Tripp), decide to explore Glen's backyard. Before long, the boys come across a strange hole in the ground which yields all manner of sinister prizes. Consulting one of his heavy-metal record albums, Glen comes to the correct conclusion that the hole is actually the Gate to Hell. Offering a sacrifice in the form of a dead dog, Glen further opens the...
Patterson Park, known as Hampstead Hill in the early 1800s, was the site of Baltimore’s major defensive position against a British land invasion in the War of 1812. With funding from the Maryland Heritage Area Authority and the National Park Service American Battlefield Protection Program, Baltimore Heritage completed We Dig Hampstead Hill: an archaeological investigation of Patterson Park in spring 2014. The project archeologists spent the...