Movie Review: ‘Scare Me’

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Director: Josh Ruben Cast: Aya Cash, Josh Ruben, Rebecca Drysdale, Chris Redd Plot: A pair of horror writers staying in neighbouring mountain cabins decide to pass the time sharing scary stories. Review: This… Continue reading

Retro Review: ‘Ice Cream Man’

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While he was born to a respected show business family, Clint Howard has often found himself playing characters who were odd or deranged. In a strange way this has endeared him to movie… Continue reading

Disney Marathon: ‘Atlantis The Lost Empire’

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This is one entry into the series I’ve been looking forward to. I’ve always liked the art direction of the film and never got round to seeing it. I’m sure it will live… Continue reading

TV Review: Raised By Wolves

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Plot: In the mid-22nd century, Earth has been decimated by a global religious war between the militant atheists and an order known as the Mithraic. In an attempt to save humanity, a man… Continue reading

In Memoriam: Alex Trebek (1940-2020)

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It seems like 2020 is the gift that keeps on giving – or more accurately taking – things away from us. With Kirk Douglas, Chadwick Boseman, and most recently Sean Connery already leaving… Continue reading

Top 13 ‘Friday the 13th’ Characters

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About a month ago I had the clever-clogs idea to do a top 13 Friday the 13th characters for Friday the 13th. Then I forgot up until an hour before midnight the night… Continue reading

Disney Marathon: Cinderella

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Amid all the horror and noir we focus on this time of year you’d be forgiven for thinking we’d forgotten about ranking all the Disney movies. Well…we haven’t. And we’re coming back with… Continue reading

X-Men Villains That Best Represent the Trump Administration

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There have been two things holding my attention this week. I’ve been reading X-Men comics and President Trump’s public meltdown. Somewhere along the line the two pop culture fascinations merged and, well… These… Continue reading

Retro Review: ‘The Black Hole’

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In the 1970’s a little movie called Star Wars forever changed the game in science fiction. In the wake of the movie’s success studios everywhere tried to get their own piece of the… Continue reading

Retro Review: ‘They Live’

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Director: John Carpenter Cast: Roddy Piper, Keith David, Meg Foster Plot: A drifter arrives in LA and falls in with the homeless community, where he becomes aware of a sinister conspiracy controlling the… Continue reading