Tag Archive: geek

‘Stranger Things’ Plotlines for the End

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The end is near!….if you live in Hawkins, Indiana as Stranger Things has just ended season 4 with a bang leaving everything setup for the upcoming fifth and final season. This means we… Continue reading

Christopher Pike: The Tragic Captain

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In 1965, Gene Rodenberry produced the pilot for Star Trek, a series which chronicled the voyages of the starship Enterprise on a five year mission under the command of….Captain Christopher Pike. Did you… Continue reading

Classic Scene: Dueling Banjos

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“Dueling banjos” Deliverance (1972) Directed by John Boorman The Scene: On the way to a rafting trip: Ed (Jon Voight), Lewis (Burt Reynolds), Bobby (Ned Beatty), and Drew (Ronny Cox) stop by a… Continue reading

Great Comedy Westerns

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When one thinks of westerns they know doubt think of the harsh gritty elements of the genre. Whether it be Lee Van Cleef’s cool sinister charisma or John Ford’s images of Monument Valley… Continue reading

Retro Review: ‘Spider Baby’

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Like so many actors, the fact that he was classified as a “horror actor” meant that the lay people never truly appreciated the talent of Lon Chaney Jr. Even now in hindsight he… Continue reading

Retro Review: ‘Evil Ed’

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Ever since the Senate hearings spurred on by Fredric Wertham’s book Seduction of the Innocent, people with onions for brains have accused the horror genre of damaging poor precious minds. Apparently they believe… Continue reading

Retro Review: ‘Werewolves on Wheels’

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On a near weekly basis you can find me strolling through the aisles of my local video store/concert venue/diner/screening room Black Lodge here in Memphis. With 30,000+ titles I am always bound to… Continue reading

Stranger Things 4: Horror Movie References

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After three years the fourth season of Stranger Things has finally hit the streamosphere for what could be their strongest storyline yet. The characters we have come to know and love are back… Continue reading

Classic Scene: Mexican Standoff

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Mexican standoff The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly (1966) directed by Sergio Leone The Scene: Even those who have never seen a western are familiar with this iconic scene. Hidden out in… Continue reading

What Happened to the History Channel?

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A while back I wrote about the cable channel Syfy as an example of a network that suffered due to what is dubbed “channel drift” or “network decay”. But they are far from… Continue reading