Just forget that whole 1999 mess of a “House on Haunted Hill” remake ever happened. Even Geoffrey Rush couldn’t save it with what was essentially a lukewarm portrayal of the same “Casanova Frankenstein” villain he embodied that same year in the unjustly maligned “Mystery Men.” Instead, go dig this, William Castle’s 1959 “House on Haunted Hill,” screened as part of the Central Arkansas Library System’s “Terror Tuesday” series. (And kudos to CALS for doing this; roast turkey and dressing is too delicious to be relegated to November and spooky movies on the big screen are too delicious to be trotted out solely on Halloween.) With exterior shots of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Ennis House and a quintessentially creepy performance by spookmaster Vincent Price as a weirdo millionaire, the film is thought to have inspired Alfred Hitchcock to create his own low budget y horror flick “Psycho” no doubt because of a stunt Castle pulled in some theaters during the initial release, in which a prop skeleton was wheeled over the crowd at a specific moment in the film via a system of pulleys.
Many products in this class contain a lot of alcohol, and this wouldn’t be a bad thing if we used it a few times per week, but since a person concerned with bad breath is likely to use this on a daily basis, the alcohol raises usage problems. Alcohol if used very often will cause dry mouth, and dry mouth will in turn accentuate the plaque formation. Saliva has a special chemical composition that stops the plaque from developing, hence its absence is really bad.
A second landing in southern France began on August 15, and within two weeks the enemy was cleared from the rest of France, meaning the Allies stood on the frontiers of Nazi Germany. The Western Allies grew hopeful that Nazi Germany might be defeated before the onset of winter. But General Montgomery’s airborne assault on the Dutch city of Arnhem in the middle of September (to make it possible to cross the Rhine River) was bloodily repulsed.
Nebraska Omaha is on the brink of cracking the AFCA Top 25 after pounding East Central (Okla.) 48 0 last Thursday. Omaha is second on the list of others receiving votes in the poll. The Mavericks will look to move into the top 25 as they play at in state rival Nebraska Kearney Saturday at noon.
Elkins position came open last month when Chad Harbison stepped down to become the co offensive coordinator at Fayetteville. Harbison helped the Elks reach the second round of the 3A playoffs in both seasons with the team. Elkins will move up to 4A in 2018..