Released January 19, 1990 The original name of the movie was to be Land Sharks, but Saturday Night Live had previously written a skit called LandShark to parody Jaws, and the movie was forced to change its name. Honestly, this was a blessing in disguise.
Released January 19, 1996 Salma Hayek's character was originally named Blonde Death, but when writer Quintin Tarantino decided to use a Latina star, preferring to cast Hayek after seeing Robert Rodriguez's Desperado, the name was changed to Satanico Pandemonium after the Mexican nunsploitation horror movie Satánico Pandemonium: la Sexocista, which Wikipedia aptly describes as a… Continue reading From Dusk Till Dawn (1996) was released today
January 19, 1947 Los Angeles, California This crime scene is from the book Death Scenes: A Homicide Detective's Scrapbook, a sort of macabre scrapbook of crime scenes, mug shots, and other grizzly photographs collected by Detective Jack Huddleston, text by Katherine Dunn, and edited/designed by Sean Tejaratchi. This particular scene did not include an explanation… Continue reading An apparent murder-suicide (graphic)