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Failed Reboots Nobody Wanted(done)

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It is no secret that Hollywood is in the midst of a creative quagmire where every major movie hitting cinema seems to be a remake, reboot, or long delayed sequel. With the recent… Continue reading

Classic Scene: The Doorway

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The Doorway The Searchers (1956) Directed by John Ford The Scene: After five years of searching for his missing nieces, the world weary Ethan Edwards (John Wayne) has returned with Debbie (Natalie Wood),… Continue reading

Holiday Review: A Christmas Carol (1951)

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Ever since Charles Dickens’ classic Christmas story completely changed the way people viewed the holiday it has been adapted into a number of different mediums. Needless to say that also includes having a… Continue reading

Holiday Review: Santa Claus Conquers the Martians

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We on earth take it for granted that a jolly man in a red suit will magically come down our chimneys to deliver presents. But do we take into consideration the poor children… Continue reading

Superheroes Gone Bad

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We always like to picture our superheroes as stalwart defenders of truth, justice, and the American way. But things are not always so simple as years of fighting the good fight has led… Continue reading

Retro Review: 'Demon Wind'

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Recently, beloved horror movie host Joe Bob Briggs created a significant amount of buzz by introducing a new generation of horror fans to a strange flick from 1990 called Demon Wind. A staple… Continue reading

Cutting Cable or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Embrace the Steam

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Let me just start this off with saying I am an old school kind of guy as you may have guessed. Ever since I was a nerdy young lad, I have dug on… Continue reading

Baby Yoda Theories

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Earlier this month Disney finally launched it’s entry into the streaming game with their much anticipated Disney+. With a cheap retail price and a plethora of available content it won over the masses… Continue reading

Retro Review: ‘Tank Girl’

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During the late 80’s through the 90’s comic adaptations were not solely for mainstream superheroes. Hollywood struck gold with properties like; the Crow, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Blade, and the Mask. Though one… Continue reading

Classic Scene: Quicksand!

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Quicksand Blazing Saddles (1974) Directed by Mel Brooks The Scene: In the opening minutes of Mel Brooks’ masterpiece send-up of the Western genre, we are introduced to our hero Bart (Cleavon Little). He… Continue reading