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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

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

Casting Call: ‘Fantastic Four’

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On the big screen the characters of Marvel Comics have never been bigger. Characters like; Iron Man, Captain America, Doctor Strange, and even Rocket Raccoon have grown beyond their four colored beginnings and… Continue reading

The Most Haunted Theaters in America

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There is nothing quite like the look and feel of an old theater. As you walk down the aisles and look at the stage you can not help but feel a certain magic… Continue reading

Retro Review: ‘The Mummy’

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I have to admit I am writing this particular review because of my current annoyance with people feeling the need to compare the current Tom Cruise film the Mummy with what they call… Continue reading

Top 10 Spaghetti Westerns

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The Western is a standard of American cinema and even those who have never seen a film in this genre are familiar with the hallmarks of the Western. Tough no-nonsense heroes, sweeping technicolor… Continue reading

Retro Review: ‘Shaft’

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The movie Shaft began life as a sharply written detective flick set in the gritty streets of New York. But the reason this movie is remembered to this day is because of the… Continue reading

Movie Review: ‘Catfight’

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Over the years a great number of movies have explored the rift between the haves and have-nots with great sensitivity and insight. But the indie comedy from director Onur Tukel, Catfight explores this… Continue reading

Movie Review: ‘Batman and Bill’

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Stories about unsung heroes are always guaranteed to bring out a flood of emotions from people and this is exactly what author Mark Nobleman is aiming for in the documentary Batman and Bill.… Continue reading

If Footmen Tire You What Will Horses Do? Retro Review

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For people such as myself who have a love for cult classics and grindhouse films, a strange sub genre many of us have an affinity for is the “Christian scare films”. Often produced… Continue reading