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The Jason Voorhees Marathon: Part XI

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Although it’s considered to be garbage and makes no sense to the continuity, Jason X was pretty fun compared to the later films in the series. Between that and the madness of Jason Goes to… Continue reading

The Jason Voorhees Marathon: Part X

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Here’s my theory: the original concept for the franchise was an anthology series. I think they had all the scripts prepared, but the popularity of Jason lead to them include him as the… Continue reading

Watch This Film: ‘I Am Jane Doe’ (2017)

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Documentaries can be powerful ways to educate and humble us. Sometimes a film comes along that opens our eyes to something we may never have known about before. That’s where I am Jane… Continue reading

The Jason Voorhees Marathon: Part IX

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This series has gotten dumb. What started as a brutal couple of films about a psychotic killer is now about a cartoon maniac with rapidly changing lore. This final entry promises that Jason… Continue reading

The Pull List: X-Factor-Fox’s Next Priority

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The Pull List started as a weekly spotlight on interesting new releases, but it has since redirected that spotlight to random thoughts about characters, storylines, and other comic book elements. The R-rated, modestly budgeted… Continue reading

The Jason Voorhees Marathon: Part VIII

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This franchise used to feature a lumbering, undead monster. Now it is a lumbering, undead monster. No matter what dumb crap they throw in, it won’t die. Jason has died and come back,… Continue reading

Retro Review: ‘Warlock’

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In 1989 a low budget horror film was made which has become a cult hit and guilty pleasure for many movie fans. Mixing time travel with the occult, and a fantastical concepts, Warlock is… Continue reading

The Jason Voorhees Marathon: Part VII

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Right…they brought Jason back from the dead and then dumped him into Crystal Lake with an anchor and that seems to put him in a coma or something. This series is getting pretty… Continue reading

Book Review – Charles Fort: The man Who Invented the Supernatural

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In the early twentieth century one writer looked at the paranormal in a way which straddle the line between science and entertainment, Charles Fort. His works has inspired countless others and in the… Continue reading

The Jason Voorhees Marathon: Part VI

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At this point I’m beginning to wonder what kept this series going for as long as it did. Jason isn’t that interesting a character, and he didn’t get his trademark look until well… Continue reading