Classic Scene: The Wheelchair Scene

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The Wheelchair Scene Kiss of Death (1947) Directed by Henry Hathaway The Scene: Notorious hitman Tommy Udo (Richard Widmark) calmly enters the apartment of a wheelchair bound old woman. The sociopathic killer is… Continue reading

What to Watch in Your 7 Day Free Shudder Trail

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I’ve been waiting for Shudder for a while now. The Dead Meat channel are always talking about the cool stuff they watched on it. It arrived in Australia yesterday. We grabbed the free… Continue reading

Disney Marathon: ‘Zootopia’

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We’re going to jump a bit closer to the present, where Zootopia is the reigning animated film in China and their Disney park is getting a unique district based on the movie. This… Continue reading

Retro Review: Night Killer

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Italian director Claudio Fragasso has cemented himself in film history by making Troll 2, a film argued by many as being the worst movie ever made. But a little research will show that… Continue reading

Retro Review: ‘Urban Legend’

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Director: Jamie Blanks Cast: Jared Leto, Alicia Witt, Rebecca Gayheart, Tara Reid, Michael Rosenbaum, Loretta Devine, Joshua Jackson, Brad Dourif, Robert Englund Plot: An ‘urban legend’ themed murderer starts picking off people on… Continue reading

Spotlight On: Bette Davis

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From a young naive woman with distinctive eyes to a full-fledged Hollywood icon the career of Bette Davis is full the stuff of legend. With a whopping 10 Oscar nominations and a filmography… Continue reading

Top 10 Final Girls

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There are some cinema tropes that transcend their typical audience and become a central part of modern storytelling. Running to a departing loved one at the airport, for example, is a trope from… Continue reading

Greatest Justice League Stories

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If their is a superhero team reminiscent of a pantheon it is the Justice League. A team without equal they recruit the best and those who have proven themselves to battle evil. Over… Continue reading

Retro Review: ‘The Mighty Ducks’

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When it comes to feel-good sports films, Disney has got it down. From Cool Running to Remember the Titans to Miracle, the House of Mouse knows how to get an audience on their… Continue reading

The Disney Marathon: ‘The Fox & the Hound’

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This is a movie that has always been on my radar, to the point that I know how the plot goes almost in its entirety. I’ve never seen it though, and it’s rarely… Continue reading