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Creating the Perfect Halloween Soundtrack

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We now reach the seasons when the nights begin earlier and carved up gourds lit by candle light adorn people’s front  it doors, I personally like to believe it is the most wonderful… Continue reading

Potential Spin-Offs for ‘Doctor Who’

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There may be those of you out there who believe that the revival of Doctor Who currently on our television sets is not all that great. I will now ask those of you… Continue reading

Ten Scariest Moments in Disney Films

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Recently I was fortunate enough to be a part of a conversation concerning horror films and their fans. One of the ideas that was brought forth was that many horror fans got their… Continue reading

Getting the DC Cinematic Universe in Order

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In recent times Warner Bros. has made no secret that they want to emulate Marvel’s success and creative a cohesive movie universe for their DC Comics properties. Unfortunately their efforts in this have… Continue reading

The History of Dracula on Film (Part 4)

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This is the continuation of the history of Dracula as one of the most iconic figures in film history, the previous installments can be found;here, here, and here. The Cold War was beginning… Continue reading

King of the Hill Top 15 Episodes

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During the 1990’s television audiences saw a surge in animated programming aimed at a more adult audience. Shows such as; The Simpsons, South Park, Futurama and Ren and Stimpy combined cartoonish slapstick with mature content in order to… Continue reading

The Best Batman Writers in Comics

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I am going to take a risk and suggest many visitors to this web site are fans of Batman. It is no secret that the writing staff here is and what is not… Continue reading

The History of Dracula on Film: Part 3

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As covered in the previous segments of this series (available here and here) Universal Studios, under the management of Carl Laemmle and his family, brought the first official adaptation of Dracula to cinema with great… Continue reading

The History of Dracula on Film (Part 2)

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As we covered in the previous chapter of this series, Universal Studios now owned the rights to Dracula and they were itching to put their horror star, Lon Chaney into the film. The studio had been founded… Continue reading

Retro Review: ‘Superman Returns’

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This summer we saw the greatest superhero of them all make his triumphant return to the big screen in The Man of Steel. Being rebooted for a modern era has made fans remember just… Continue reading