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Category Archive: Retrogeek

The Forgotten Gems of My Childhood

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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’

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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

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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

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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’

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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

Great Horror VHS Art Volume 1

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Many cinephiles have griped about it and studios do nothing about it feeling this is the best way to promote their movies. Of course I am talking about movie posters and Blu-Ray covers.… Continue reading

80s Movie Deep Cut: ‘Commando’

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Long before Liam Neeson and Taken, there was Arnold Schwarzenegger and his own special set of skills in Commando. There’s a story in Hollywood that when Arnold Schwarzenegger was first starting out in… Continue reading

Retro Review: ‘Poor Pretty Eddie’

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Like many other exploitation films of the grindhouse circuit this film was criticized upon its release for its depravity, violence, and horrific sexual elements. A reviewer for the University of Georgia‚Äôs student paper… Continue reading

Retro Review: ‘A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors’

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This years marks the thirtieth anniversary of one of the best sequels in the horror genre, A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors. True there was a Nightmare on Elm Street 2:… Continue reading

Harry Knowles: Why He Was Significant and Why He’s Terrible

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One big story flooding the nerd news outlets and even the mainstream media this week regards Harry Knowles and his tendency towards grabbing at women who don’t want to be grabbed at. There… Continue reading