Tag Archive: retro

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

The Disney Marathon: 'Fantasia'

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Just to mess with the flow of the series the randomiser has taken us from the traditional Snow White to the modern Big Hero 6 and now to the experimental Fantasia. All easily… 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

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

Holiday Review: Santa Claus Conquers the Martians

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We on earth take it for granted that a jolly man in a red suit will magically come down our chimneys to deliver presents. But do we take into consideration the poor children… Continue reading

Retro Review: 'Demon Wind'

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Recently, beloved horror movie host Joe Bob Briggs created a significant amount of buzz by introducing a new generation of horror fans to a strange flick from 1990 called Demon Wind. A staple… Continue reading

Retro Review: ‘Tank Girl’

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During the late 80’s through the 90’s comic adaptations were not solely for mainstream superheroes. Hollywood struck gold with properties like; the Crow, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Blade, and the Mask. Though one… Continue reading

Retro Review: Sweet Sweetback ‘s Badasssss Song

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Tragically there was a time in film history where if audiences wanted to see an African American prominently featured onscreen and the towering dramatic performances of Sidney Poitier did not appeal to them,… Continue reading

Noirvember Review: ‘Pitfall’

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Every November fans of cinema celebrate one of the most influential genres of moviedom, the film noir. This cinematic movement from the 1940’s through the 1950’s, presented audiences with edgy pulp crime flicks… Continue reading

That Time a Director Couldn’t Choose an Ending…So He Didn’t

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Over the past 20 years we’ve seen online communication and digital technology arrive in households, seep into our routine and begin replacing things. Sometime’s they’re big and obvious, like streaming services replacing the… Continue reading