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Burton and Depp Need a Break

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Back in the 1990’s a young filmmaker named Tim Burton and a young actor named Johnny Depp collaborated on a movie that would change their lives, Edward Scissorhands. The film has become a fantasy… Continue reading

As Bad As You Thought?: Season of the Witch

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Legend tells of a time when Nicholas Cage was a respected actor, a bit nutty sure, but a serious professional but over the past several years, his career has (d)evolved. After a series… Continue reading

Retro Review: The Phantom

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This is a movie that upon it’s release was greeted with terrible reviews and low box office returns; yet when I as a small child saw it, I loved every second of it.… Continue reading

As Bad As You Thought? Summer Fun Edition: The Burning

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Sorry it has been so long since my last review but Stephanie Meyers confronted me about all the things I said about her, and well the less said about what followed the better.… Continue reading

Worst Mothers in Movie History

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Yes Mother’s Day is upon us again and in honor of our maternal figures here’s a reminder that no matter how bad our mother’s were there are far worse ones out there. Mrs.… Continue reading

As Bad As You Thought?: Hellraiser Revelations

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We all know and love Pinhead and his Cenobites, they are some of the most iconic characters in horrordom. But it is no secret that over the years the franchise has slipped in… Continue reading

Avengers Month: Why Captain America is Key to the Avengers

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Throughout the forty year history of The Avengers the hero who has become the most synonymous with the team is the Star Spangled Avenger himself, Captain America. His sense of loyalty has lead to him… Continue reading

As Bad As You Thought?: Transformers Revenge of the Fallen

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If there is one man fanboys around the world can put aside their differences and unite to destroy it’s….well there are quite a few who fit the bill but in this case I’m… Continue reading

Review: Comic-Con Episode IV: A Fan’s Hope

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As many of you may have noticed we geeks sometimes get a bad stereotype as sloppy losers who shun social settings (though we all know that’s not the case). But there is one… Continue reading

Remembering Jonathan Frid: TV’s Greatest Vampire (1924-2012)

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Long before Buffy stalked the cemeteries of Sunnydale or a vampire, a ghost, and a werewolf moved into a flat together the choices for TV fans looking for episodic gothic horror with a… Continue reading