Tuesday, October 31, 2006

"Charade" screengrabs! Plus, a top ten villain and the Little Black Dress turns 80

I promised a picture gallery today and I delivered! (But just barely.) The latest picture gallery is a Charade screengrab gallery with 633 lovely stills for you, including a few from the theatrical trailer.

Click here for the rest of the goodies.

Next up, chron.com came out with a list of the Top 10 Truly Terrifying Performances, and Alan Arkin's neurotic psychotic terrorizing Audrey is on the list! So if you're wandering around the Internet on Halloween night and can't think of what to do, maybe you could watch Wait Until Dark. (Which is what we're going to do now.) Or, if you read this on November first and want to continue your Halloween hangover, watch it anyway! With the lights off, if you please. To see the full list, click here.

Last up for tonight, the timeless Little Black Dress turns a classy 80 years old. Starting with Coco Chanel in 1926, the LBD has gone through many incarnations throughout the years, but it's one of the main reasons why Audrey is remembered in the fashion world -- especially with Breakfast at Tiffany's and Holly's two famous black dresses. It's nice to see that some beautiful things never go out of style, no matter how bizarre (and maybe ugly?) fashion can get at times. See the full history of the LBD here.

1 comment:

Ankit said...

Thanks for the Charade gallery... The pics are great... Of late, I have developed a liking for Charade too... maybe its going to be a case for every next Audrey movie I watch :)