Curse of the Swamp Creature, 1966

Curse of the Swamp Creature, 1966

Curse of the Swamp Creature, 1966

A film by Larry Buchanan

“Deep in the rural swamps of Texas the mad Dr. Simond Trent is conducting experiments on the local swamp people in an attempt to discover the secret of evolution. When a party of oil surveyors comes upon his isolated laboratory he decides to take the final step and turn one of them into a grotesque amphibious creature.” (IMDB)

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Bruce Lee: The Lost Interview, 1971 (The Pierre Berton Show)

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Bruce Lee: The Lost Interview, 1971

The Pierre Berton Show

A substantive interview with legendary martial artist and filmmaker Bruce Lee. Shot in 1971 for a segment on The Pierre Berton Show, the footage was literally lost before it could air, then broadcast as a TV special in 1994 after it resurfaced. (Browse our Movie Archive)

The Mascot – Complete and Uncut, an animated short by Ladislas Starewicz, 1933

The Mascot - Complete and Uncut, an animated short by Ladislas Starewicz, 1933

The Mascot – Complete and Uncut, 1933

An animated short by Ladislas Starewicz

In this classic of stop motion animation, a toy dog attempts to deliver an orange to a hungry child, but must face many challenges and hardships along the way. It’s a 26-minute-long animated short, complete and uncut.

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Little Audrey: Butterscotch and Soda, an animated short by Seymour Kneitel, 1948

Little Audrey in Butterscotch and Soda, an animated short by Seymour Kneitel, 1948

Little Audrey: Butterscotch and Soda, 1948

An animated short by Seymour Kneitel

“After Little Audrey is forbidden to eat candy, she gets the sweet-tooth version of delirium tremens. Suddenly, she’s in a Candy Horror Land with cruel suckers and evil candy canes…” (IMDB)

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Hurricane Harvey caused massive flooding in Texas

The management team of Face Activities extends our best wishes to the people of Texas, experiencing massive flooding in the greater Houston area in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey.

Harvey made land fall as a category 4 storm, and stalled, as a tropical storm, over the region, causing massive flooding. Many neighborhoods of Houston, thought to be flood-resistant, are now inundated. Residents of nursing homes sit in water waiting for rescue.

Home-owners have chopped holes in their roofs with axes in order to climb up to safety. As emergency services struggle to rescue people and their pets, volunteers with flat-bottomed fishing boats are helping with the rescues.

Houston’s water management infrastructure was overwhelmed under nearly unprecedented circumstances reminiscent of the Galvaston Hurricane of 1900. Though some flooding was expected, a disaster of this magnitude was not anticipated, and the local government had not issued an evacuation order.

Continued rain and worsening flooding is expected over the next three days, as the rescue efforts escalate. So far the loss of life has been quite low, despite enormous property damage throughout the greater Houston area. However, as flood waters rise, the death toll will likely increase.

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Five Minutes to Live (aka Door-to-Door Maniac), a film by Bill Karn, 1961

Five Minutes to Live (aka Door-to-Door Maniac), a film by Bill Karn, 1961

Five Minutes to Live (aka Door-to-Door Maniac), 1961

A film by Bill Karn

“Originally released in 1961 as Five Minutes to Live, this low-budget crime drama was later re-released as Door-to-Door Maniac. Fred narrates the film in flashback, detailing a suburban bank robbery that goes awry…” (IMDB)

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