Category Archive: Retrogeek

Retro Review – ‘Tombstone’


Ever since the heyday of the Western, there have been dozens of film adaptations of Wyatt Earp taking on the Cowboys at the OK Corral to bring order to the town of Tombstone.… Continue reading

Retro Review – ‘Rock ‘n’ Roll Nightmare’


It is no secret I am always on the hunt for the craziest of B grade horror movies from a bygone era.  Which is why I was more than intrigued when one of… Continue reading

Retro Review: ‘Fright Night’


In the realm of horror movies vampires are a constant source of material, they just need a clever filmmaker to reinvent the classic tropes and they are screen ready. Which is exactly what… Continue reading

Retro Review – ‘Miami Connection’


Let’s face it those of us who love movies have a special place in our hearts for the big dumb action movies of the 80’s and 90’s. I don’t mean movies like; Predator… Continue reading

Retro Review: ‘Dracula A.D. 1972’


Hammer may have put themselves on the map by taking the proverbial classical gothic horror baton from Universal and running with it. But come the late 60’s and into the early 70’s the… Continue reading

The Forgotten Gems of My Childhood


So, it’s my birthday and I’ve been a nerd for a long time. As a result some of the shows and movies I loved as a child have been forgotten. Some have aged… Continue reading

Holiday Retro Review: ‘Silent Night, Deadly Night’


It has become a tradition for the makers of slasher flicks to base their movies around major landmark days. Whether they be prom night, April Fools Day, summer camp, or Halloween. A few… Continue reading

Coolest Monsters of Cold War Sc-Fi Flicks


Following World War II we entered into a new age as nuclear power and radiation had been introduced to the world. The United States and Russia were the two superpowers left on the… Continue reading

Noirvember: the Greatest Film Noir


For the past couple of years it has become a tradition for movie fans to use the month of November to celebrate the genre of film noir. While this genre in its truest… Continue reading

Retro Review – ‘Theatre of Blood’


Throughout his decades long career, Vincent Price cemented his status has arguably the biggest icon in the history of horror films. With his thin mustache, dark charisma, and trademark voice, he terrified audiences… Continue reading

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