The version of 1948 Macbeth that I watched (twice) was on Youtube and ran 118 minutes. It had a black screen intro and outro with music to pad it out by about 10 minutes.
You don't really see the severed head THAT well but you see Macduff toss it into a crowd.
It's also said that Welles was not happy about watching the Olivier Hamlet walk away with all the attention that year.
Let me know if you want the Del Toro Nightmare Alley deaths spoiled for you and I gladly shall. I bet your reaction will be one of vomit!!!
Ooof, do I want to hear Afterburner? "Velcro Fly," used as a plot point in The Dark Tower? (The King book, not the crappy movie.) I wouldn't much want to hear a whole album of that, whereas a whole album of "Legs" and "Sharp Dressed Man" (which that album isn't anyway) wouldn't bother me.
"Sleeping Bag" is on there too right? That one's in I, Tonya.