Scene from Mazes and Monsters which takes place in the World Trade Center lobby, elevators and observation deck.
From the movie Gods and Monsters - Directed by Bill Condon and starring Ian McKellen, Brendan Fraser, David Dukes, Kevin J. O’Connor, Mark Kiely. It’s 1957, and Whale’s heyday as the director of “Frankenstein,” “Bride of Frankenstein” and “The Invisible Man” is long behind him. Retired and a semi-recluse, he lives his days accompanied only by images from his past. When his dour housekeeper, Hannah, hires a handsome young gardener, the flamboyant director and simple yard man develop an unlikely friendship, which will change them forever.
From the movie Gods and Monsters - James Whale (Ian McKellen) attempts to molest Boone (Brendan Fraser) and then goads him into striking him. When Boone asks what he really wants, Whale finally admits that he wants Bonne to kill him.
From the movie Gods and Monsters - James Whale (Ian McKellen) remembers the aftermath of the death of young Barnett during the First World War.
From the movie Gods and Monsters - James Whale (Ian McKellen) and Boone (Brendan Fraser) run into Jamess’ old partner, David (David Lewis), at a social event.
From the movie Gods and Monsters - James Whale (Ian McKellen) remembers the war and the first man who ever looked up to him, the first man he ever loved.
From the movie Gods and Monsters - As James Whale’s (Ian McKellen) reminiscences on the film industry devolve into more intimate memories, Boone (Brendan Fraser) becomes disgusted — and frightened — into hostility.
From the movie Gods and Monsters - Boone (Brendan Fraser) talks to Hanna (Lynn Redgrave), who confirms that James Whale is gay.
From the movie Gods and Monsters - James Whale (Ian McKellen) opens up to Boone (Brendan Fraser) about his childhood, spent trying to escape the slums and his family.
From the movie Gods and Monsters - James Whale (Ian McKellen), fascinated by —and attracted to— his new gardener, Clay Boone (Brendan Fraser), asks for him to sit for a portrait.
From the movie Gods and Monsters - Bored by the interview and looking for a quick thrill from his guest, James Whale (Ian McKellen) convinces Edmund Kay (Jack Plotnick) to strip in exchange for answers.
Official lyrics for 'Gods And Monsters' by Lana Del Rey from her new album 'Born To Die : Paradise Edition' out now ! I do not own any rights.
Thank you for correction. In 1:06, 2:27 and 3:28 she sings "motel sprees sprees"
This places was scary!! If you thought that the extremely scary ghost elevator prank in Brazil was funny and scary wait until you see how creepy and scary these ghosts and monsters are.
Just see "extremely scary ghost elevator prank in Brazil" by dogproduction
a little girl explains what she will do if a monster comes to get her.
The third section of the Let's Play. (1 of 4)
Jack finds some more 'normal' people in the town who offer thir advice. + Monsters and scares. I advice you to watch this loud :)
Then the shadows began to gather; first little furtive ones under the table, and then bolder ones in the dark panelled corners.
"The Strange High House in the Mist"
Asked on what to do if a monster showed up.