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Retro Review: ‘Targets’

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In the 1960’s many things in the world were changing as social unrest and violence became more commonplace. The changes society was experiencing were naturally reflected by the horror films of the era… Continue reading

Movie Reviews: ‘Power Rangers’

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Director: Dean Israelite Cast: Dacre Montgomery, Naomi, RJ Cyler, Becky G, Ludi Lin, Bryan Cranston, Elizabeth Banks, Bill Hader Plot: Five disaffected and outcast teenagers find a set of five crystals that open… Continue reading

Movie Review: ‘Russian Woodpecker’

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Psychologists point out that when we experience traumatic and tragic event, which almost seems outside the realm of possibility we tend to make connections where none may exist. In the 2015 documentary the… Continue reading

Marianne de Pierres Interview, 2016 Perth Oz Comic Con

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With Oz Comic Con season right around the corner here in Australia, I thought I might give you all a long overdue treat. Last year at Oz Comic Con in Perth we had… Continue reading

The Marvel Cinematic Universes Biggest Missteps to Date

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Iron Fist is here! And it’s…disappointing. One thing that has been mentioned around the internet is how this is the first noticeable misstep for the MCU as to date they’ve been delivering consistently… Continue reading

Kylie Chan Interview, 2016 Perth Oz Comic Con

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With Oz Comic Con season right around the corner here in Australia, I thought I might give you all a long overdue treat. Last year at Oz Comic Con in Perth we had… Continue reading

Movie Review: ‘Personal Shopper’

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Directed by: Olivier Assayas Starring: Kristen Stewart Plot: A persona shopper to a celebrity spends her nights trying to commune with the dead in search of her brother’s soul. Review: Kristen Stewart, ever trying to escape… Continue reading

‘Hex’ by Thomas Olde Heuvelt Book Review

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In making his English language debut with the horror novel Hex, Dutch author Thomas Olde Heuvelt has shown readers all over the world that he is a force to reckoned with on the… Continue reading

‘Starship Troopers’ May Be A Satirical Anti-Fascist Movie…But It’s Still Horrible

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I have tremendous respect for Paul Verhoeven.  The man made two of the best science-fiction films ever:  Robocop and Total Recall.  Those films helped define my childhood*.  The first was an over-the-top satirical… Continue reading

‘Sun Records’-Episode 1 Review

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In the 1950’s the city of Memphis, Tennessee (my proud hometown) became ground zero for a revolution which changed music forever. The city had been a massive crossroad of culture for the first… Continue reading