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Noirvember Review: “In a Lonely Place”

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Every November fans of classic cinema celebrate one of the great genres of filmdom, the film noir. These beloved films ensure fans get their fill of; gritty streets, tough detectives, mysterious femme fatales,… Continue reading

Indie Memphis 2018: ‘Wrestle’

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The students at J.O Johnson High School in Huntsville, Alabama are used to having the deck stacked against them. Most of the student body has been raised in poverty and after years of… Continue reading

Noirvember Review: ‘Follow Me Quietly’

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Every November fans of classic cinema celebrate one of the great genres of filmdom, the film noir. These beloved films ensure fans get their fill of; gritty streets, tough detectives, mysterious femme fatales,… Continue reading

Indie Memphis 2018: ‘Mr. SOUL!’

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In the late 60’s through early 70’s the American had a wide spectrum of white people to watch on TV. That was until a visionary producer named Ellis Haizlip was given the opportunity… Continue reading

Great Horror VHS Art Volume 2

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A while ago I wrote a feature on how in the era of video stores, artwork on the VHS of a horror flick was one of the biggest selling points. Images of violence,… Continue reading

Best Goth/Industrial Bands of the Eighties

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Music of the 1980’s is often associated with; hair metal, shopping mall pop, and synthesizers; but let us not forget there was a massive dark undercurrent to the Decade of Excess. Rising largely… Continue reading

Spotlight On: John Carpenter

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In the 1970’s the shift in horror films being more director driven had become fully entrenched in the genre. Directors like; George A. Romero, Tobe Hooper, and Roman Polanski had taken the genre… Continue reading

Retro Review: ‘The Wolf Man’

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For centuries myths and legends about werewolves have pervaded throughout society. As Universal Studios pulled from the legendary monsters of the past to fill out their famous Universal Monsters franchise, a werewolf proved… Continue reading

Book Review: ‘The Hunger’ by Alma Katsu

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The ill-fated group of pioneers known as, the Donner Party have become infamous throughout history, as the stranded group resorted to depravity and cannibalism to survive. The snow covered landscape filled with blood… Continue reading

Frankenstein 200th Anniversary

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The world of the early 19th century brought with it; war, revolution, and fast-paced scientific advancement. It is in this world that an 18 year old girl would come up with an idea… Continue reading