Tag Archive: geek

Creepy Mystery: Patterson Film

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A little over five decades ago a man named Roger Patterson and his friend Bob Gimlin filmed some of the most controversial footage ever. It was October 20, 1967, Patterson and Gimlin were… Continue reading

Retro Review: 'Billy Jack'

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The introduction of the cult favorite movie character Billy Jack in the Born Losers was hated by critics but loved by fans and the box office numbers backed that up. Unfortunately star and… Continue reading

Classic Scene: The Time Warp

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The Time Warp Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975) Directed by Jim Sharman The Scene: Isolated on a dark stormy night, square white bread couple Brad and Janet (an assh*le and a slut if… Continue reading

Creepy Mysteries: Dover Demon

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While on a night drive on April 21, 1977, three teenage boys in Dover, Massachusetts; Bill Bartlett, Mike Mazzocca, and Andy Brodie would see something they could not explain. As they drove along… Continue reading

Book Review: 'The Troop by Nick Cutter'

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Most of us at some point have been exposed to the thought-provoking classic Lord of the Flies by William Golding. Acclaimed horror author, Nick Cutter, must have read it and thought it needed… Continue reading

Retro Review: The Robot vs the Aztec Mummy

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During the 50’s and 60’s Mexico’s film industry became responsible for some of the strangest, craziest, and downright most fun horror films in the world. Movies like; El Vampiro, the Witch’s Mirror, and… Continue reading

Worst Episode of the Simpsons Ever

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It goes without saying that The Simpsons are the most popular family in television. Even the rare few who have never seen the show instantly recognized this yellow clan from Springfield. The show’s… Continue reading

Failed Reboots Nobody Wanted(done)

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It is no secret that Hollywood is in the midst of a creative quagmire where every major movie hitting cinema seems to be a remake, reboot, or long delayed sequel. With the recent… Continue reading

Classic Scene: The Doorway

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The Doorway The Searchers (1956) Directed by John Ford The Scene: After five years of searching for his missing nieces, the world weary Ethan Edwards (John Wayne) has returned with Debbie (Natalie Wood),… Continue reading

Holiday Review: A Christmas Carol (1951)

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Ever since Charles Dickens’ classic Christmas story completely changed the way people viewed the holiday it has been adapted into a number of different mediums. Needless to say that also includes having a… Continue reading