Unearthly Stranger is a 1964 British science fiction film. It stars John Neville and Jean Marsh.
BFI Screen Online calls it a "low-key, poignant drama". Moria gives it 3 stars and calls it uneven but says it "achieves an atmosphere of unearthly alienness". Horrorpedia has screen shots and a trailer.
Sunday, February 10, 2019
Posted by Divers and Sundry at 4:00 AM
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Interesting that the first episode of Doctor Who which aired in November of 1963 was entitled "The Unearthly Child"ReplyDelete
The early Doctor Who shows are interesting to watch. The people who complained that Capaldi was too old should watch a few of the first season.Delete
This sounds wonderful. I watched the first few minutes and will return to it later today.ReplyDelete
Women with power! I thought this one was interesting.Delete
I am not a sci-fi fan, but this doesn't sound too bad. ValerieReplyDelete
The British films have a difference. Some people don't like the American science fiction films but enjoy the British ones. The atmosphere is completely different. That said, it was made in the 60s....Delete
I love sci-fi. I added this movie link to my blog, so I can watch it later (maybe next Sunday). I hadn't heard of dailymotion before. I also saw your comment to me about GIMP. If there are certain things you use an image editor tool for (i.e. Photoshop, etc.) and you want to know how to do them in GIMP, please leave me another message, and I'll write some more tutorials geared toward how you're trying to use the tool. (I want to help people use it, because it has a lot of capabilities and it's free, unlike Photoshop. The GIMP download site even said one way people who use it can help, is by helping others who are trying to use it, so that's what I'm trying to do now. I've been using it for about 10 years, but I believe it has similar features to other tools that are out there, so with a few tutorials, I think people will be able to see it is similar to what they use, but it has extra capabilities that other tools don't. Even if you never use them, they are there if someday you decide to try them out.)ReplyDelete
DailyMotion is a treasure, and their videos show up in searches at Google.Delete
I just wanted to sharpen up the scans lol, so I found GIMP quite overwhelming. I'm using Paint.net now, but I'm looking forward to your tutorials just in case. Thanks!