Author Archive

Kim’s Convenience: OK See You

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About a year or so ago I fell down a Wiki rabbit hole and learned about a series called Kim’s Convenience. I saw how in terms of acclaim and award gold in its… Continue reading

Retro Review: ‘Psycho’

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In 1960, director Alfred Hitchcock was on an entirely different plane than most of his colleagues. Each of his suspense-filled films were so distinctively his that we had to create the word “Hitchcokian”… Continue reading

Death in Paradise Best Episodes

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On the beautiful island of Saint Marie you will find: sun, fun, beaches, and murder. Luckily, the cleverest (and quirkiest) Detective Inspectors in Britain have a habit of ending up on the police… Continue reading

Best Modern Horror Authors

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In the world of books, horror is a genre unlike any other. While it is treated like the dirty little secret of the industry these books tend to put up big sales numbers.… Continue reading

Game of Thrones: 10 Year Retr….Who Cares?

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It was a full ten years ago in the year 2011, a new fantasy show based on the books of George R. R. Martin the screen, and by the end of its inaugural… Continue reading

Retro Review: ‘Curse of the Demon’

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As a fan of atmospheric horror films and actor Dana Andrews, the 1957 British film Curse of the Demon is a movie which holds a special place in my heart. Producer Hal E.… Continue reading

Classic Scene: Atticus Passing

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Atticus Passing To Kill a Mockingbird (1962) directed by Robert Mulligan The Scene: With his children watching along with the local African American community segregated to the upper gallery, Atticus Finch (Gregory Peck)… Continue reading

Retro Review: ‘The Wicker Man’

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When a film has been famously hailed as “the Citizen Kane of the horror genre” it has quite a high level of expectations from audiences. Luckily the 1973 horror film The Wicker Man… Continue reading

Movies Advertised as Something Else

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Working for a movie studio’s marketing division can not be an easy feat, especially nowadays where movies have such a high threshold to be profitable. If need be, studios have proven that they… Continue reading

Movie Review: ‘Psycho Goreman’

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For many horror fans the most anticipated film of 2021 has been the Canadian flick PG: Psycho Goreman. The promise of this film being the festival darling it should have been was dashed… Continue reading