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Anniversary Week, Part 2: Easter Eggs.

December 12, 2008

It was two years ago today that the Desuko Movie Spot was born. I’m happy that I’ve met my goal of keeping it going at least this long, and I hope it will be around even longer. I want to thank all of you who have been loyal readers, whether you’ve been here since day one, or you arrived just recently. And I especially want to thank those of you who have taken the time to leave comments; it’s always fun to start a good film discussion, and I hope you lurkers will feel free to join in, too.

By way of celebration, I want to look back a little bit and flesh out some of what has come before. I guess you can consider this post an Easter egg or a collection of DVD bonus features. I like to include as many video clips as possible in my reviews, but by not being to extract and post clips on my own (for the time being), I’ve been relying on the vagaries of YouTube and other video sites — some of which has been less than stellar. So, some of the reviews have either had no video content, or very little of significance. But in the time since they’ve been posted, some clips have turned up online, so here they are, along with links to the original reviews, to give you a fuller sample of each film.

The ending of “The Naked City” (1948):

From “Targets” (1968) comes this kinda spoiler-y TV spot:

…and Boris Karloff spinning a classic scary tale:

This clip from “The Addiction” (1995) proves that white chicks are nothin’ but trouble:

Phil Hartman’s cameo in “The Gong Show Movie” (1980):

A clip from “Ghost Story” (1980):

A trailer for “Alice Through the Looking Glass” (1998):

The trailer for “Norma Jean and Marilyn” (1996):

The trailer for “Werewolf of London” (1935):

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