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Retro Review: ‘Twins of Evil’

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With this Retro Review I will be looking at one of the more obscure productions from the famed Hammer Films. While the 70’s is regarded as a dip in their quality and the… Continue reading

Classic Scene: Dracula’s Castle

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Dracula’s Castle Dracula (1931) Directed by Tod Browning The Scene: After a journey through the Eastern Europe countryside encountering particularly superstitious locals, Renfield (Dwight Fry) has finally arrived at the castle of his… Continue reading

Classic Scene: “Stella!”

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“Stella!!!” A Streetcar Named Desire (1951) Dir. Elia Kazan The Scene: The arrival has Blanche DuBois (Vivien Leigh) to the Kowalski household has brought with it no shortage of conflict in this adaptation… Continue reading

The Most Haunted Bars & Pubs

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Everyone knows a good bar has to have a good selection of spirits, but sometimes those spirits do not come in bottles. Do to their traditional importance in communities bars and pubs tend… Continue reading

Dolls That Will Creep You Out

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With their unmoving features and and blank expressions dolls give people the heebie-jeebies. There are even some dolls who have given people a right to be scared, these are the dolls who will… Continue reading

Creepy Mysteries: Aurora Space Man

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The flying saucer which crashed in Roswell, New Mexico in the summer of 1947 has become a story ingrained in our culture. But what if there was another alien craft which years earlier… Continue reading

Great Cryptozoology Hoaxes

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When it comes to the field of cryptozoology the fact the researchers are looking at animals who may or may not exist it opens the field for those not that interested in the… Continue reading

Best Haunted Attraction in America

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As the air becomes chillier and the ghosts and monsters emerge from their hiding spots. With a spooky atmosphere lingering, people go in search of the best haunted attractions to give them the… Continue reading

United Artists: 100 Years of Film

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In 1919, four major players in the film industry; DW Griffith, Charlie Chaplin, Mary Pickford, and Douglas Fairbansdk, foresaw the increasing commercialization of the business as a detriment. Together they founded their own… Continue reading

Movie Review: Downton Abbey (Second Opinion)

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Earlier our Head of the House took a look at this movie from the perspective of a newcomer to the saga. But now I feel it is time for the opinion of a… Continue reading