Movie Review: ‘The House’

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Director: Emma de Swaef & Marc James Roels, Niki Lindroth von Bahr, Paloma Baeza Cast: Claudie Blakley, Matthew Goode, Mia Goth, Mark Heap, Miranda Richardson, Jarvis Cocker, Yvonne Lombard, Sven Wollter, Susan Wokoma,… Continue reading

TV and the Rural Purge

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It was the 1970’s and it was clear in this new decade America was changing forever. Inevitably this meant that the entertainment they sought was also changing with the national mood and providers… Continue reading

In Memoriam: Louie Anderson (1953-2022)

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Man today just absolutely sucks. On the tails of noted rockstar Meat Loaf’s passing, it is also my sad duty to report that comedian and actor Louie Anderson has passed away at the… Continue reading

In Memoriam: Meat Loaf (1947-2022)

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A sad bit of news to report today from the House. Noted actor and one of the best-selling and groundbreaking rock stars of all time, Meat Loaf, has passed away at the age… Continue reading

Characters who Unmasked Batman

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Bruce Wayne has spent a lot of time money and effort hiding the fact that at night he dons a costume and preys on cowardly and superstitious criminals. Despite all of his skills… Continue reading

Three Stooges: 100 Years of Slapstick

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In 1922, vaudeville comedian Moe Howard crossed paths with one of the superstars from their shared line of work Ted Healy. The two discovered they a great chemistry and decided to build an… Continue reading

Movie Review: ‘Woodlands Dark and Days Bewitched’

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One of the beautiful things about horror as a film genre is that there are so many different subgenres that filmmakers can take their stories into. One distinctly British style of horror is… Continue reading

Comic Book Characters Who Stayed Dead

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As comic book readers we have collectively reached the point where the deaths of major characters do not really pack a punch. As soon as we see a costumed figure meet the Reaper… Continue reading

The Wrong Lesson Marvel Might Take From Spider-Man: No Way Home

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Spider-Man: No Way Home opened late in 2021, and still more than doubled the box office of the previous champion, Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings. In a year with limited… Continue reading

Retro Review: ‘Perfect Blue’

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When one normally thinks of the hallmarks of Japanese anime they inevitably think of the standard: robots, super-powered beings, giant monsters etc. But the medium is quite capable of telling very grounded stories.… Continue reading