Unhinged || Retro Machine Review: The Changeling (1980)

I know I usually offer you a film that’s a little more obscure and under-the-radar. But occasionally, I sit at home with my buddies, and I just want to watch a classic. I want to sit back and let a master take me along for the ride. I want to be enchanted and frightened by a film at the same time. Like I said, a classic. The Changeling is such a classic.

Now, before you get all up-in-arms, I am not talking about that Angelina Jolie bullshit. In fact, I’m not even sure what that movie’s about or that anyone I’ve ever met has even seen it. I’m talking about that little piece of cinematic gold starring none other than Ebenezer Scrooge himself—George C. Scott.

The Changeling is the story of composer John Russell (George C. Scott). After his wife and daughter die in

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