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Retro Review: ‘Death Rides a Horse’

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In the sub genre of the “Spaghetti Western” one actor could always be counted on to deliver as a memorable performance as a cold-blooded villain, Lee Van Cleef. Whether he was going up… Continue reading

Retro Review: ‘House of Frankenstein’

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Nowadays Marvel gets all the credit for creating a franchise of interlocking films to form a cinematic universe. But sadly often overlooked is the fact that the Universal Monsters franchise beat the superheroes… Continue reading

9 Classes That Hogwarts Really Should be Teaching

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Ah, Hogwarts. To attend this magical school in Scotland would be a dream come true. If you’re stoopid. We’ve spoken before about why attending this school would be a bad idea. Today we’re… Continue reading

Movie Review: ‘Red Turtle’

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Nowadays Pixar is often credited as the animation studio who takes big risks on movies that are artistically and emotionally powerful and unique. But it is often forgotten that before Steve Jobs and… Continue reading

Five Creepy Unsolved Mysteries Part 25

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We have finally made it a full twenty five chapters into our exploration into the unknown. Throughout this saga we have seen; ghosts, monsters, killers, and other bizarre phenomena. But there is no… Continue reading

Is ’13 Reasons Why’ Dangerous?

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Netflix released a new original series in recent weeks called ’13 Reasons Why’, based on the book of the same name by Jay Asher. There has been much public discussion about the potential impact… Continue reading

Casting Call: ‘The Nightingale’

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The Nightingale is a novel by Kristin Hannah, published in 2015 that has sold over two million copies in the US. In 2016 it was announced that ‘Game of Thrones’ Director Michelle MacLaren… Continue reading

Retro Review: ‘An American Werewolf in London’

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Werewolves can be a difficult monster to translate to the big screen. Filmmakers are constantly running the risk with these furry creatures of making it too campy or having make-up effects which look… Continue reading

Movie Review: ‘Beauty and the Beast’ (Second Opinion)

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  Plot:  The live-action version of the classic fairy tale, when village girl Belle (Emma Watson) discovers her father Maurice (Kevin Kline) has been imprisoned by a horrible spell-bound Beast (Dan Stevens), she… Continue reading

Movie Review: ‘The Discovery’ (Second Opinion)

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  Plot:  When scientist Thomas Harbor (Robert Redford) definitively proves the existence of an afterlife, it sets off a pandemic of suicides so people can “get there.”  In response, Harbor secludes himself in… Continue reading