Tag Archive: geek

Move Review: ‘The Sadness’

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Among horror fans lately a Taiwanese film imported by Shudder has had everyone buzzing. The feature length directorial debut from Rob Jabbaz, The Sadness is nothing less than a terrifying assault on the… Continue reading

In Memoriam: George Perez

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It was at Dragon Con 2006 in Atlanta, my first ever con, perhaps this was the formation of a Core Memory al a’ Inside Out but I will leave that to the little… Continue reading

Retro Review: ‘The Wild Bunch’

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In 1969 famed controversial filmmaker Sam Peckinpah was tapped to produce a Western based on a story Warner Bros. had purchased the rights to a few years prior. Nothing much was expected of… Continue reading

Great Brief Movie Performances

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There is a saying in shown business that there are no small parts only small actors. While we can sit here and debate the accuracy of this, there have been a number of… Continue reading

Retro Review: ‘The Reflecting Skin’

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One of my favorite storytelling devices is how something grounded can become fantastical through the eyes of a child narrator. While it is normally charming, but Renaissance man Philip Ridley turned it into… Continue reading

Star Trek TNG Greatest Episodes

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While the five year mission of the USS Enterprise ended up originally lasting only three years, a rabid fanbase carried the franchise in popularity through a series of motion pictures long after Star… Continue reading

Classic Scene: Kane for Governor

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Kane for Governor Citizen Kane (1941) directed by Orson Welles The Scene: Having conquered the media landscape Charles Foster Kane (Orson Welles) has finally taken his increasingly hollow crusade for the everyman into… Continue reading

Daredevil Onscreen

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Protecting the people of Hell’s Kitchen since 1964, the Man Without Fear has been a consistent part of the Marvel Universe. While he is not seen as a heavyhitter on the level of… Continue reading

Retro Review: ‘Gator Bait’

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In 1979, actress and model Claudia Jennings was killed in a car accident at the young age of 29. Despite this tragic end, there is no denying that this young woman truly made… Continue reading

Retro Review: ‘House of Long Shadows’

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A certain skill displayed by the legendary actors associated with classic horror is their ability to elevate any production just by virtue of their being present. Over the decades, filmmakers have taken full… Continue reading