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Where were we?

As many of you know, this project has been a lifelong dream of mine.  I mentioned in one of my earliest posts that when my wife, Amanda, and I went on our first date we talked about our dream jobs.  I told her then that since I was about five, I always wanted to be a late night horror movie host.  That dream never really changed for me.  Amanda loved it.  She encouraged it.  She made sure that it always stayed on my radar, and when…

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This past weekend, we celebrated our One Year Anniversary of screening movies at Coal Yard Coffee in the wonderful historic neighborhood of Irvington in Indianapolis, IN.  Our family movie was Clue, and our 18+ movie was my personal favorite John Waters' wonder, Female Trouble.  As a result, we had one of my favorite screening events so far.  The crowd for Clue was huge!  We were scrounging for chairs,…

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Kindertrauma has long been one of my favorite, if not THE favorite, site on the internet.  (You might notice that it is the first link on the WPMH home page.)  From its innovative premise of inviting people to contribute tales of being terrified by WPMH Hall of Famer, Superman III, to site host Unkle Lancifer's uncovering of the true…

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An Appreciation of Godfrey Ho

There are filmmakers, and there are people who make movies.  Both are artists in their own right.  Then there's Godfrey Ho, who deserves his own category.  Making a total of 154 movies between 1978 and 2002 (55 of which have the word "ninja" in the title.), to call him prolific is both an understatement and an overstatement.  While there are 154 movies to his name, the actual number of movies that he actually cast, shot, and directed can not actually be…

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A friend asked me a question some time ago, "What ISN'T a Walter Paisley Movie House movie?"  An interesting way to ask, which makes it that much harder to provide a succinct answer.  I have been asked many times, "what is a good-bad-movie," and, "Are you going to show 'Sharknado?'"  Those are easy to answer.  A good-bad-movie is one that is made with utter sincerity and intent, but fails on most levels of what we would consider quality film making.  Usually,…

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Why am I doing this?

When I was five years old, my sister and I would stay at my grandparent's house in Geneva, IN in Shelby County. Far out in the country, they had a television that vacillated between moderate reception, and flat out static with shapes moving underneath. It was during one of the former moments late one Friday night, that my sister and I snuck downstairs to turn on the TV and watch Sammy Terry, Indianapolis' legendary horror host. I had only heard of him, and what I had heard had made me…

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The Other Sister

The Other Sister is a 1999 American romantic comedy film directed by Garry Marshall and stars Juliette Lewis, Giovanni Ribisi, Diane Keaton, and Tom Skerritt. It was filmed in Long Beach, Pasadena, and San Francisco, California.[3] The film was written by Marshall, Bob Brunner, and Malia Scotch Marmo (uncredited).
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As many of you know, this project has been a lifelong dream of mine.  I mentioned in one of my earliest posts that when my wife, Amanda, and I went on our first date we talked about our dream jobs.  I told her then that since I was about five, I alw…
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As many of you know, this project has been a lifelong dream of mine.  I mentioned in one of my earliest posts that when my wife, Amanda, and I went on our first date we talked about our dream jobs.  I told her then that since I was about five, I alw…
May 17
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Happy Birthday to the Queen of the B-Movie, Allison Hayes! She left us at the far too young an age of 46, but left behind a legacy of some of the greatest B-Movies of all time! The Steel Jungle, Zombies of Mora Tau, The Disembodied, Wolf Dog, A Lust…
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Feb 17
bambang is now a member of The Walter Paisley Movie House
Feb 9
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Hope to see you all tonight at Coal Yard Coffee in the Indianapolis Village of Irvington!!!
Feb 9
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Featuring many of the Andy Warhol Factory people in some of their first roles post Paul Morrisey films, this utterly unique and original predecessor to other holiday slashers was co-produced by cult movie legend, Lloyd Kaufman! Mr. Kaufman will be j…
Dec 12, 2018
Michael Hawkins is now a member of The Walter Paisley Movie House
Dec 11, 2018
SCOTT L ROBY is now a member of The Walter Paisley Movie House
Nov 28, 2018
Jan Riley is now a member of The Walter Paisley Movie House
Oct 24, 2018
Karen Manley is now a member of The Walter Paisley Movie House
Oct 8, 2018
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