Best Horror Movies of the 1930s

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With an informative piece of dialogue about the Carpathian Mountains spoken by Carla Laemmle, niece of Universal Studios founder Carl Laemmle, the horror genre entered the era of sound. With this change came… Continue reading

The Saturation of ‘The Shining’

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Trying to find the logic behind the valuation of art is a fruitless endeavour. There’s never been a clear cut answer or guide. For some, there’s a historical or cultural values, for others… Continue reading

Movie Review: ‘Promising Young Woman’

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Plot: Med school dropout Cassie Thomas (Carey Mulligan) spends her days wiling away at a dead-end job as a barista. But it is during the nights where Cassie truly comes alive. Driven by… Continue reading

Forbidden Haunted Hotel Rooms

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We are familiar with a good number of historic haunted hotels. Places like the Stanley Hotel to the Omni Parker House are world renowned for their supernatural activities. But in some hotels there… Continue reading

Movie and Drinks: The Big Lebowski

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The Movie-The Big Lebowski: His name may be Jeff Lebowski, but to those in the know he is, The Dude or His Dudeness or El Duderino if you’re not into the whole brevity… Continue reading

Wrestlers Who Could Be Actors

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When you are a professional wrestler one of the key components to be successful is to have a larger than life charisma. That “it factor” that immediately makes crowds want to pay and… Continue reading

Disney Marathon: ‘The Hunchback of Notre Dame’

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Having arrived at the tail end of the Disney Renaissance, this movie was skipped over by me on release. At that point the Disney Animation studios were desperately chasing a Best Picture Oscar… Continue reading

Movie Review: ‘Mortal Kombat’

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Director: Simon McQuoid Cast: Lewis Tan, Jessica McNamee, Josh Lawson, Tadanobu Asano, Mehcad Brooks, Ludin Lin, Chin Han, Joe Taslim, Hiroyuki Sanada Plot: Fighter Cole Young discovers that he has been destined since… Continue reading

Eerie Indiana: 30 Years of Weird

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His name was Marshall Teller, he used to live in New Jersey across the river from New York. It was polluted and full of crime and he loved it. But his parents wanted… Continue reading

Movie Review: ‘Another Round’

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Recently, Robert Muller, the president and founder of the Film Noir Foundation posted on social media about this Danish film which hit him emotionally in a way no other movie has in years.… Continue reading