In a startlingly bold experiment for ToB, we’ve decided to take the first twenty minutes of the classic(?) Bela Lugosi horror(?) film, SCARED TO DEATH, and treat it to a daringly new concept in film analysis, one that’s never been seen before and certainly has absolutely no connection to MST3K or CINEMATIC TITANIC or RIFFTRAX, or anything like that. (And if there appears to be resemblance, well, we came up with it first and our lawyers are going to be in touch with all of those guys in the morning, believe you me.)
A few notes:
- This was Bela Lugosi’s only color film, not that it did him much good.
- Keep in mind that this is a video file. We’ve adjusted the compression to make it as small as possible, but it’ll still take a bit longer to download.
- Because of the file size, the video quality will be a bit scrubby — particularly on larger screens — but should be good enough.
- The above player exists to facilitate downloads to portable devices, but if you’re viewing on the page, you may find the player below more amenable.
And we’d love to actually finish the rest of the film, so if you like what you see, give us a holler and let us know!