Site Home > Film & Video > Reviews> Gargoyles
Site Map Blog About Us
 
Echopraxia Home
Film, Video & DVD Film & Video | People, Politics & Current Events Politics & Culture | Music & Audio Music & Audio | Books, Magazines, & Publishing Publishing & Books
Cinema Main Page Film & Video
Latest Articles
Film & Video
Hard To Deicide
The Frankenstein & Cain Motifs in Dystopian Cinema: better eat your young before they eat you.
Apopcornalypse
The end of the world can be much more fun than you might think. The last of Ian's ramblings about dystopia in media.
Politics & Culture
Democratic Leadership: A New Oxymoron?
Part Two of "Can the Left Get it Right?
Fight for your Right to Copyfight
RunDMCA, Run: Part 1 in a series on the "copyfight" movements
Alright, Where'd You Hide That Freedom of Information, Anyway?
Ian interviews Joseph Haney, creator of CitizenSource.com
War Still Sucks
You Don't Have To Be A Liberal To Hate It
Music & Audio
MP3 Dot Bomb
Sifting Through the Wreckage of an Internet Innovator
Creedence Clearwater Revival
You can take the Ian out of the trailer park, but you can't take the...
Rust Never Sleeps
But It Didn't Seem Especially Alert In Seattle
Publishing &Books
Kula by Vlastimil Kula
Published by Taschen Books
Shooting Sex
by Bob Carlos Clarke - Terry mentally undresses strangers on his coffee table

Gargoyles

Creature effects master Stan Winston created the gargoyles for this bizzare made for television movie that scared the hell out of me as a child and rests peacefully in my DVD collection today. An anthropologist and his daughter go in search of mythical gargoyles and get more than they bargained for. Not spectacular by today's sci-fi standards, but evidence of film days gone by. A movie like this would simply never get made in this day and age and "Gargoyles" is such a gem, its sad to think that a movie is only as good as its merchandising potential.

1972 74 mins. Made For Television Unrated

Gargoyles

At Amazon

about us | film/video | politics | music | books

© 2005 Echopraxia