Tag Archive: geek

Let’s Talk About the Last Scene of ‘Split’

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Have you seen Split? That new Shyamalan film getting decent reviews where McAvoy plays a crazy person with 24 personalities? No? Then you’d better leave. The movie drops a massive twist at the end… Continue reading

Classic Scene: Munchkin Land

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Munchkin Land From the Wizard of Oz Directed by Victor Fleming, 1939 The Scene: Our hero Dorothy and her beloved dog Toto, have just been violently ripped out of their black and white… Continue reading

Dead Files Top 10 Episodes

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If you enjoy shows about the paranormal, cable television has shortage of programs to keep you entertained. But one show takes a completely different approach to paranormal investigation, rather than a team armed… Continue reading

Retro Review: ‘Prince of Egypt’

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The story of the Exodus is one of the most adapted history. Not only is it a cornerstone to most of the world’s religions, but the tale of Moses standing up to one… Continue reading

Book Review: ‘Hell House’ by Richard Matheson

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No conversation about the greatest  horror writers of all time would be complete without bringing up Richard Matheson. From his literary works to his classic Twilight Zone episodes, Matheson knew how to take… Continue reading

Five Creepy Unsolved Mysteries Part 22

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Once again I have the joy of telling you dear readers about the unexplained and the unknown. In this edition of Five Creepy Unsolved Mysteries we will look at; a bizarre final resting… Continue reading

Best Horror Authors of the Twentieth Century

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Horror has always been one of the most popular genres no matter which medium of entertainment there is. In the twentieth century readers were treated to an explosion in terror filling book shelves… Continue reading

10 Toys That Prove the 1980s Were Insane

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The late ’80s were…an odd time. Few things were as odd as the toys from this era. With seemingly random franchises like TMNT, He-Man, Transformers and Garbage Pail Kids capturing the imagination of kids, toy… Continue reading

Book Review: ‘Ghost Story’ by Peter Straub

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In the horror genre sometimes the written word has its advantages in storytelling over other mediums. A gifted author can craft words to tell a story which a movie could never do true… Continue reading

Most Haunted Places in the United Kingdom

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For the past two years around Halloween I have written about the most haunted places in America. Likewise this year I sat down and prepared to do the same thing, but this Halloween… Continue reading