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Category Archive: Retrogeek

Noirvember Review: ‘Detour’

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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

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

Movie Marathon: ‘Rocky II’

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We found the first film in the series to be good but a touch over-rated. Time to see what happens next. Title: Rocky II Released: 1979 Director: Sylvester Stallone Cast: Sylvester Stallone, Talia Shire,… Continue reading

Movie Marathon: ‘Rocky’

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Every movie buff has their “Confession Movie” – the one they haven’t gotten around to. Maybe it’s Star Wars, or a Scorsese and DeNiro collaboration. Something that has shaped cinema and pop culture in… 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

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

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

Retro Review: ‘Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Next Generation’

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As I am sure you have noticed rebooting franchises is all the rage in movies right now. Sometimes this works but a good number of times it does not, with few rare exceptions… Continue reading

Retro Review: ‘Bride of Frankenstein’

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The Golden Age of Horror Movies was responsible for giving us some of the most iconic monsters to ever grace the silver screen as the genre was pioneered by a new class of… Continue reading

Retro Review: ‘The Street Fighter’

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I already know many of you are expecting a review of the terribly awesome Jean-Claude Van Damme movie (that will probably come in a later Retro Review) or the even worse one with… Continue reading