Madhouse aka There Was A Little Girl (1981)
directed by Ovidio G. Assonitis Julia (Trish Everly) is a young teacher at a school for deaf children. Under the pretty and kind-hearted surface though, Julia is a troubled individual, still plagued by memories of her sadistic twin sister Mary who tortured her as a kid. Five days before... Read more
Fire in the Sky (1993)

Me and Stu from themanwhosavedmovies.com decided to revisit this “alien abduction” classic from the 90s. Here are my thoughts!

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The Big Giallo Roundup, Part 3

More Giallo goodness! Slightly NSFW due to the fuzzy depiction of a femal breast, you protestant prudes.

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The Supernaughts family welcomes their newest member, Devin Faraci!
Times change. People change. Therefore, websites change. Two years ago, The Supernaughts were close to shutting down. Thanks to Scott’s dedication, we were able to continue our geek-centric writing and podcasting with the help of crowdfunding – thanks to all the contributors again! Due to some clever money management... Read more
Revisited: Sleepy Hollow (1999)
Recently, me and a friend of the site, Stu from themanwhosavedmovies.com, decided to do a retro  “twin” review. We agreed on a movie we would both write about, so we and our readers can then compare our thoughts and discuss them! The movie we chose is the 1999 Tim... Read more
A Cure For Wellness (2017) alleviates the ailment you did not know you have!

This movie year is starting out very promising.

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The Big Giallo Roundup, Part 2

More Europeans getting killed, with style.

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The Big Giallo Roundup, Part 1

Gloves, knives and nudity from Southern Europe. Magnifico!

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The Best Worst Songs about F*cking

Heh…heh

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5 Random Movies I would not mind being remade

If at first you don’t succeed…

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Dee’s selection of the Worst Movies of 2016

Where is your god now?

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The 10 Commandments of How To Make A Frustratingly Mediocre Movie

How to become the next Chris Columbus… in case somebody wants to know.

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Dee’s Christmas List #2: A Chinese Ghost Story (1987)
This is the second chapter of a short series of articles featuring a personal selection of “alternative” movie and TV- recommendations for the “most wonderful time of the year”. My idea is to eschew the usual works that are brought up during the season every year. The presented selections... Read more
Dee’s Christmas List #1: D.O.A. (1988)

First entry of a series of personally recommended alternatives to the usual X-Mas themed movies and TV-shows.

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Can’t they just die already? A triple rant about Don’t Breathe, The Shallows and Green Room

The survival genre has to die! (clickbait tagline)

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Horror Movie Roundup: The Mephisto Waltz (1971) and The Church (1989)

Two underseen horror movies reviewed!

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Deep in the Woods (2000): The Big Bad Wolf is out to get You

Oh lala! The French know a thing or two about horror.

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Corpse Mania (1981): …loving you was like loving the Dead [NSFW]
Slightly NSFW due to imagery of implied nudity and potentially disturbing content *** Corpse Mania aka Si Yiu (1981) directed by Chih-Hung Kuei I have been reviewing a few Giallos lately and I decided to explore what influence this proto-Italian genre had on film makers not native of the... Read more
De Palma (2015) is a must for fans of the Master

Happy 76th Birthday, Brian De Palma!

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Why I Don’t Like Home Invasion Movies…. and My Top 5 Home Invasion Movies!

Dee tries to extract a Top 5 out of one of his least favourite horror movie subgenres. Including a rant!

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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows (2016): Life is great as a human-animal hybrid
In a summer filled with disappointments, TMNT 2 might not stand out as a gem, but can at least live up to its predecessor, delivering what it promises. Shredder (Brian Tee) is back with a vengeance, after he escaped prison with the help of a teleportation device created by... Read more
This year, vote for Jean-Claude Van Johnson (2016-)

The Muscles from Brussels are back!

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Delirium aka Le Foto di Gioia (1987) [NSFW]

NSFW: Images showing nudity.
A review of an obscure 80s Giallo by Lamberto Bava.

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Suicide Squad (2016): Chaotic, frustrating… and very watchable

Dee shares his opinion on the third movie entry into the DCEU.

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Nightmare Beach (1989) is a fun Summer- Giallo Slasher

Newsflash! Masked killer chases dumb and horny teens during their Spring Break.

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Lights Out (2016) Review

A review of the movie based on the eponymous short film.

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Opera aka Terror at the Opera (1987): An appreciation of Dario Argento’s probably last great movie
This is an attempt to re-evaluate Opera aka Terror at the Opera, a “Giallo” from 1987, written and directed by Dario Argento, starring Christina Marsillach, Daria Nicolodi, Ian Charleston and others. The Plot (that there is) The new MacBeth adaptation at the opera in Rome is shaping up to... Read more
Dee’s Top 9 Guilty Pleasure movies from 2000-2015
What defines a “Guilty Pleasure”? The notion that the concept of a “Guilty Pleasure” should be dropped altogether, has become popular lately, as it indicates that one is supposed to feel shame about something he/she likes, which is hypocritical. While I, as someone who is against the strict separation... Read more
Star Trek Beyond (2016) is a solid, but generic space adventure

….and not one lens flare in sight!

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Spinning Headlines: China dislikes Ghosts, McTiernan dislikes Cap, we all dislike James Franco … and the gunslinger followed

New Ghostbusters still making press, Universal Monsters return, Thrawn returns to the Star Wars universe, Rogue One BTS- reel and more.

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Human Lanterns (1982): Not your average Kung Fu- serial killer

Shaw Bros. meets Silence of the Lambs.

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X-Men: Apocalypse (2016): The Mutants face their worst foe (hint: It’s Bryan Singer)

A review of the latest X-Men movie and some thoughts about the status of the franchise in general.

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The Supernaughts crown their Top 10 Movies from 2000-2015 (UPDATED)

In an gargantuan endeavour, 13 (!) Supernaughts columnists and guest writers crowned their absolute Top 10 Best Movies from the time frame of 2000-2015! UPDATED with one more contribution!!!

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Regression (2015): Satanic Panic & Psychological Boogaloo

Is the horror thriller with Ethan Hawke and Emma Watson worth a watch?

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Old TV vs. New TV

We live in the “Golden Age of TV”. But is there something we miss from the past? What aspects improved, what became worse?

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Six Reasons why the DC Extended Universe might do just fine

Why Warner Bros. won’t suffer from the current backlash against Batman v Superman.

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Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (2016) is part breathtaking Epic, part beautiful Mess

A bombastic experience that will divide the audience.

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Say it loud! The greatest Black characters of Cinema

Stalks, Dee and Bop crown their favourite black movie characters! #BlackHistoryMonth

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What’s the worst era for Pop Culture and Movies?

What was the time period in pop culture- and movie- history that we deem as the worst? Eight writers want to know. Join the debate!

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I did it! …I watched the premiere of American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson

American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson- episode one reviewed.

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The 8 Most Overrated Movie Endings since 2000

A great (twist) ending to a movie can elevate the whole experience. but which movie endings (of movies released since the year 2000) do not deserve the accolades they get? Feel free to agree or disagree.

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The Supernaughts’ Best and Worst of Movies and TV of 2015!

It is here! The Best and Worst of movies and TV of the last year, selected by various Supernaughts contributors! Feel free to agree and disagree!

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Dee recaps 2015 in TV, Movies & Entertainment: Best/Worst Of and Random Observations

A very subjective look back at the weird year that was 2015 in movies, TV and entertainment. Best and Worst of, pics and gifs galore- spared no expense!

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10 Horrible Christmas Songs that are Horribly Enjoyable

The site has been down for a while, but that doesn’t mean Dee wasn’t busy in the meantime. For everyone who wants to relive the holidays, he belatedly presents you his list of horribly enjoyable Christmas songs!

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Star Wars: The Force Awakens (2015) My Death Star is bigger than yours!

A spoiler-heavy review of the hotly anticipated new “Star Wars” instalment by J.J. Abrams.

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Movie News from the year 2025!

A look at the movie news that will hit us in the year 2025.

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Our Favourite Characters from STAR WARS !

Our contributors and guest author Ernest Rister reveal their favourite characters from the “Star Wars”- saga!

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The Godfather vs. Goodfellas

Four writers discuss the old question “The Godfather vs. Goodfellas”. Which one of those classic gangster movies held up better?

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Walking out of Movies!

“Did you ever walk out of a movie?” Four of our writers answer this question.

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My report from the first VIECC: Vienna Comic Con 2015! (Pt.2)

Second part of my VIECC Vienna Comic Con 2015 report, with tons of cosplay pics.

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My report from the first VIECC: Vienna Comic Con 2015! (Pt.1)
The Comic Con was held in Vienna, for the very first time! From November 21 to November 22, 2015, Hall D of the “Messe Wien” (“Vienna Fair”) building was bustling with geeks, nerds and other pop-culture interested folks. And I was there! Maybe I should state a few things... Read more
Six recommendable Serial Killer Movies from Asia [NSFW]

What great serial killer movies have been made in Japan, South Korea and Hong Kong?
Contains pictures featuring nudity and potentially disturbing imagery.

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Go, go, Godzilla! The Big G turned 61!

This week it has been 61 years since the first Godzilla- movie has been released. A welcome opportunity to pay homage to the greatest of all movie monsters.

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6 less known Werewolf Movies

6 Werewolf Movies you might not know. For the animal in you.
Happy Halloween!

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9 botched Horror Movie Icon redesigns

1,2 fashion police comes for you!
Nine not-so-great makeovers of famous horror movie characters.

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The Bedevilled (1975): Floating ghost heads from China
The Bedevilled (1975) aka Xin Mo written and directed by Wei Lo For me, the output of the Hong Kong-based production company “Golden Harvest” during its golden era is what that of the Marvel Studios is for many others currently: A cinematic treasure trove that rarely disappoints. For a... Read more
Less played horror movie theme songs

“Pet Sematary”, “Are you ready for Freddy”, “Hellraiser”: Horror movies are rich with well-known theme songs, good ones and…not so good ones. But which ones don’t get a lot of airplay?

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Sweet Home (1989): Japanese horror, stylish

“Sweet Home” is a stylish little gem of late 80s horror from Japan.

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The Hitcher (1986): What is driving Rutger Hauer?

How much of the success of “The Hitcher” (1986) is owed to the performance of the Dutch genre movie star?

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Scream Queens (2015) is a Falchuk and Murphy product, alright

Is “Scream Queens” worth a look? Here is an early, spoiler-free assessment.

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Happy 68th Birthday, Stephen King: A Supernaughts Tribute

A belated tribute to Stephen King, who turned 68 this Monday. Four Supernaughts columnists write about the impact the “King of Horror” had on them.

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Buzz off, Sam Smith! …who should really sing the next Bond title song ?

Are there better choices than Sam Smith as performer for the James Bond title song?

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In memory of Wes Craven: A review of The Serpent and the Rainbow (1988)

In memory of Wes Craven, I reviewed one of his less mentioned horror movies, the Voodoo-shocker “The Serpent and the Rainbow” (1988).

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Infra-Man aka The Super Inframan (1975) is the hero we deserve and need right now!

A retro review of the maybe best fusion of superheroism, Kung Fu and camp ever put to film.

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A few thoughts about the 3rd season of Hannibal: All good things have to come to an end

Maybe this was the best moment to end for this wonderful show.

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The Unauthorized Full House Story (2015): A totally unneeded review

What did you expect?

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Scale your gigantic expectations for the live action-version of Attack on Titan (2015) back to Zero

“Attack on Titan” (2015), the live-action adaptation of the eponymous Manga and Anime, is a middle-sized disappointment.

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Parasyte: Part 1 (2014) is one of the better Manga- live action adaptations

A review of the first part of a film trilogy based on the popular Manga (and Anime) “Parasyte”.

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William Shatner presents: Chaos on the Bridge (2015) Review

This documentary, written and directed by William Shatner, is an entertaining look at the behind-the-scenes troubles on the set of the “Star Trek- The Next Generation” series.

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A.I.  Artificial Intelligence (2001): Artificial Emotions by Steven Spielbot

A.I. Artificial Intelligence (2001) gets a lot of favourable reevaluations recently. Time for an unfavourable one.

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Four things we will surprisingly be missing if Hannibal gets cancelled

We all know the obvious elements we will be missing if “Hannibal” gets cancelled. But what are the other, less talked about things that make this show unique and could be revealed as irreplaceable?

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5 Potential Hannibal Spin-offs

Okay, we maybe have to accept that NBC’s “Hannibal” gets cancelled soon. But what about spinoffs with the show’s most popular characters? I thought up 5 of them and I hope Bryan Fuller reads this.

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Getting over Hannibal: 8 Cannibal Movies to feast upon
Bad news for Hannibal fans: The chances that NBC’s series about the exploits of the beloved serial killer dandy will be renewed for a 4th season are getting slimmer with each day. It’s no secret that I am a big fan of that show myself, that’s why I decided... Read more
What We Do In The Shadows (2014): The hilarious Banality of Evil

“Mockumentaries” are hit and miss, but this one is highly recommended.

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Jurassic World (2015): History (rep)eats itself

Dee reviewed “Jurassic World”(2015). Verdict: Same old, same old.

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Stonehearst Asylum aka Eliza Graves (2014) lacks the necessary insanity

The Gothic drama “Stonehearst Asylum” aka “Ben Kingsley” falls flat despite a great cast and an intriguing premise.

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Montage of Heck (2015): How Kurt became Elvis

Is “Montage of Heck” (2015) by director Brett Morgen an unflinching portrait of Kurt Cobain or an unreflected hagiography? Well, the title of this article says it all.

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Breaking the “Curse of the Fourquel” – The best “Part IVs”

The suffix “IV” or “4” attached to a movie title did never bode well… Rarely had a movie franchise not been creatively exhausted, when it reached its fourth instalment. What are the glorious exceptions from the rule though?

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Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015) is a step down for the MCU

Dee reviewed the hotly anticipated followup to “The Avengers”, “Avengers: Age of Ultron” and he is not as enthusiastic as…some others.

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The Movie Tapes #2: He Lives by Night (1982)

Long before “Scream”, the slasher thriller genre has been spoofed in several comedies, one of them being the Hong Kong horror comedy “He lives by Night” (OT: “Ye jing hun”) from 1982.
Check out my short audio review of this movie!

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Furious 7 (2015) is the “Moonraker” of the franchise

The newest instalment of the “The Fast and the Furious” franchise is everything what you expect from it. It’s the “Moonraker” of the franchise. What that means? Read…

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The Movie Tapes #1: Messiah of Evil (1973)

I hereby present you the 1st episode of a series of mini-audio reviews called “The Movie Tapes”. Today, me (Dee) and my fellow thesupernaughts- writer Asimov_Lives discuss the obscure 1970s horror film “Messiah of Evil” (1973).

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Lupin the Third (2014) – Live action adaptation 101

Remember the Anime/Manga “Lupin III”? Sure you do. But nobody will remember this brand-new live-action adaptation in a few years.

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Chappie (2015) – Back to the Scrapyard!

I saw Chappie and it could (sadly) be the proof that Neil Blomkamp (“District 9”) is not a name you can trust anymore.

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Pleasure, Pain and Celluloid: Tokyo Decadence (1992) (NSFW)

The latest entry in my series “Pleasure, Pain and Celluloid” about the depiction of BDSM in movies. This time, I review the almost “notorious” Japanese movie “Tokyo Decadence” from 1992

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Fifty Shades of Grey (2015) …and 125 Minutes of Boredom

Dee reviews the most hyped movie of this month and he says that oddly enough, he is the only one who really suffered during that bondage pastiche.

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Pleasure, Pain and Celluloid: Quills (2000)

Due to this week’s release of the film adaptation of “Fifty Shades of Grey”, I decided to write a few reviews about preceding films that tackle the topic “BDSM”. Today: “Quills” (2000), a tale about the last year in the life of the Marquis de Sade (Geoffrey Rush).

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Jupiter Ascending (2015) – More like Jupiter Plummeting

I saw “Jupiter Ascending” yesterday and I live to tell the tale. The tale of two promising directors who finally fell from grace.

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Trailer Analysis – Super Bowl 2015 Roundup
This time, I will take a look at the most important (?) trailers that aired during the Super Bowl breaks. Trailers I ignored: Terminator: Genisys and Kingsman: The Secret Service, as they are almost identical with the first trailers. Pitch Perfect 2, Insurgent, Hot Tub Time Machine 2 and... Read more
Dee’s Top 11 Movies of 2014
This is an attempt to create a personal Top Eleven list for the movies released in 2014. Of course, this list is potentially incomplete, as I could not catch up with all interesting productions of that year yet, because of different release dates in my country or a lack... Read more
Trailer Analysis – Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015)
The time has come to take a deeper look at the latest (and maybe last?) trailer of the highly anticipated follow-up to Marvel Studio’s mega-hit from 2012. I should maybe say in advance that my whole knowledge about Marvel stems from the MCU exclusively. Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015)... Read more
Trailer Analysis – Chappie (2015)
Time for another trailer analysis, which means plenty of wild speculations about an upcoming movie based on a few minutes of footage which was taken out of context ahead! Chappie (2015) directed by: Neil Blomkamp starring: Dev Patel, Hugh Jackman, Sigourney Weaver, Sharlto Copley (mo-cap) Official synopsis: After being... Read more
Trailer Analysis – Ant-Man teaser (2015)
This is an attempt to analyze the teaser trailer of Marvel Studio’s upcoming release Ant-Man. Maybe I should say in advance that I have no deeper knowledge of the original comics and all I know about the Marvel lore I learned from the movies. Ant-Man (2015) directed by: Peyton... Read more
Trailer Analysis – Mad Max: Fury Road (2015)
This is the first instalment of an upcoming series of articles that is dedicated to the analysis of trailers of upcoming movies. Expect wild, often unfounded speculations and lot of pics! Mad Max: Fury Road (2015) directed by: George Miller starring: Tom Hardy, Charlize Theron, Zoe Kravitz, Nicholas Hoult,... Read more
Dee’s & Mr.Better’s list of Top Femme Fatales
(originally published during “Femme Fatale”-week in Talkbacker on July 25, 2014) Intro (I_am_better): In honor of this week’s theme, the Austrian Detective and I make lists. Because We all LIVE to make... Read more
Nightcrawler (2014) will make your skin crawl
Written and directed by: Dan Gilroy Starring Jake Gyllenhaal, Riz Ahmed, Rene Russo, Bill Paxton Nightcrawler tells the story of a young man called Louis Bloom who gets caught up in the world of nighttime crime journalism in LA. Louis is not an ordinary man and yet at the same... Read more
Never Say Never Again (1983) – But learn to say “No”
I started writing this review in July 2014 upon revisiting the film after a long while. The review grew and grew and I decided to lay it down. Why waste time slamming a movie that is unanimously despised by most Bond fans anyway? But six months later I suddenly... Read more
Dee’s Asian Horror Treasures: Evil Dead Trap (1988)

From the archives: A review of the seminal Japanese shocker “Evil Dead Trap” (1988).

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Dracula Untold (2014) is not bound to become immortal
I kept this review #### SPOILER-FREE#### Dracula Untold (2014) Directed by: Gary Shore Written by: Matt Sazama and Burk Sharpless based on characters from the novel Dracula by Bram Stoker Starring: Luke Evans, Sarah Gadon, Dominic Cooper, Charles Dance and others The Plot: Dracula Untold tells (ha!) us the... Read more
David Fincher on autopilot:  A review of Gone Girl (2014)
This is my review of David Fincher’s latest thriller Gone Girl. I kept my review completely spoiler-free, never going beyond the basic plot synopsis, but I am describing the overall qualities and atmosphere of the movie in detail. As I have not read the novel the film is based... Read more