Batman v Superman: Yawn of Justice
  I remember how excited I was upon learning of DCWB’s upcoming project that will pit their two iconic characters -Batman and Superman, up against one another. Of course the trailers sparked further interests. So now, here we are. In BvS, (or as I would refer to the film... Read more
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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Review – Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: Sword of Destiny (2016)

The Netflix-produced sequel to Ang Lee’s 2000 original features more action, less drama.

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The Cutting Floor: Daredevil Director’s Cut (2003)
      Daredevil (2003) 20th Century Fox Director: Mark Steven Johnson The Cutting Floor is a series dedicated to films that had a major or dismal success at the Box office but thanks to the magic of home video, the viewer can experience what important scenes were left... Read more
Puck Hates 2015: The Mediocre, the Awful, and the Disappointing

2015 was probably the worst year for entertainment on record.

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Sky & Ollie: The Shammy Awards

This is your boyo Ollie here to raise a pint and give a shout out to Saint Paddy’s Day by honoring my fellow Irish folk not only in film or music but also icons of pop culture!

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Zootopia (2016)

There’s a lot more than meets the eye in the latest film from Disney Animation Studios.

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Spinning the Oscars of 2016
Hello. Had to take a little nap after the telecast was over, but here’s the list of last night’s Academy Awards winners. And also some observations from yours truly: First, the big winner (in volume) was “Mad Max: Fury Road”. Let that sink in for a while; a “Mad... Read more
Say it loud! The greatest Black characters of Cinema

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

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“Pacific Rim” sequel still coming – without Del Toro on the director’s seat

“Spartacus”-creator and “Daredevil”- exec/lead writer takes over.

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Deadpool (2016) Rated-X as in eXcellent?

Stalks says: “Deadpool” is taking no prisoners!

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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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Reynolds & Baccarin Rubbed My Funny-Heart-Bone in the solid “DEADPOOL”

Is “Deadpool” a worthy Valentine’s Day movie? Kenchun says “Yes!”.

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Repo! The Genetic Opera (2008)
Repo! The Genetic Opera was released in 2008 and is based on the stage musical from 2002 of the same name. Created by Darren Smith and Terrance Zdunich, it was inspired by an idea Smith got from seeing a friend of his go through bankruptcy proceedings. This was further expanded... Read more
IAB’s Night Terrors: “Dracula” (1958) & “The Wicker Man” (1973)

This time on “Night Terrors”, IAB takes a look at two films from the late Sir Christopher Lee

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Sneakers (1992)

A retro review of “Sneakers” (1992).

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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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Shrooms (2007) – Review by Sandra Harris

“Don’t eat the mushrooms” is the moral lesson to be taken from this surprisingly good horror movie.

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Abe Vigoda 1921-2016

The legendary character actor succumbs to old age.

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Orcs (2011) – Review by Sandra Harris

Sandra Harris takes a look at the best Orc-themed movie this side of LOTR, a horror comedy called, well, “Orcs” (2011).

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IAB’S Shelf: “Spectre” (2015)

IAB’s long overdue look at the most recent installment of the James Bond franchise.

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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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Reservoir Dogs (1992)

This super-cool film is a classic of independent movie-making and a humongous cult hit into the bargain. It’s also the debut feature film of director Quentin Tarantino.

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The Star Wars Prequel Reboot Scripts

In April 2015, three Star Wars Prequel Reboot scripts were posted on Usenet. These three scripts, while largely adhering to Lucas’ structure, radically transform the plot and address most of the criticisms of the original prequel series.

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IAB’s Best, Worst, Runners-up and the “Meh” of 2015

IAB dissects the movie-year 2015 and possibly flinches some thrown tomatoes and fruits of variable nature in the process.

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Turd’s Review of Star Whores: The Farce Awakens – How JJ Abrams conned the fanboys and made a mint

The Force Awakens continues to divide the audience!

(…)TFA is the apotheosis of Abrams’ career to date, in the most negative sense possible. In the words of a character from The Usual Suspects, “the greatest trick the devil ever pulled was making us believe he didn’t exist.” Abrams IS that devil and has delivered a terrible Star Wars movie – nay, terrible movie, period (…)

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Bop’s Best of 2015

Bop recaps his Best and Worst of TV and movies of 2015.

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Star Wars: The Force Awakens (From My POV)

Stalkeye takes a look at the Good, the Mediocre and the Bad of the new “Star Wars” movie in his spoiler-heavy review.

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IAB’s Favorite Film Composers Vol.4

After some site maintenance time, IAB returns with not news, but tunes.

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Star Wars: The Definitive Ranking

Another great ranking of the original six instalments of the “Star Wars” saga, with some surprising results.

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Star Wars: The Foreign Posters

Eastern Europe “Star Wars” posters are the best “Star Wars” posters!

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Enthusiasm Awakens: Spoilerless Impressions and Eager Ravings on Star Wars: Episode VII

Kyle tries his darndest to bring balance to the Supernaughts and give us his spoiler free feelings on Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens! Note: Some very mild spoilers were inevitable, and special thanks to Jack Random for the title suggestion.

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The Driller Killer (1979)

Sandra Harris reviews “Driller Killer” (1979), an infamous video nasty by cult director Abel Ferrara!

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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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Review: Until Dawn (PS4)
Until Dawn is a surreal, dark horror interactive video game made for the Sony PlayStation 4 platform featuring a stellar cast of well known actors and actresses, such as Peter Stormare (Armageddon), Hayden Panetteire (Heroes), Rami Malek (Mr. Robot), and Larry Fessenden (I Sell the Dead), who’s also one of the... Read more
The Supernaughts officially rank the first six episodes of the Star Wars saga

That’s right, the Supernaughts have joined forces to provide an official, definitive ranking of the George Lucas era Star Wars saga.

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Magic Hour: Five Years Of Experimental Blockbusters, Part 3 (1982)
1982 was the seminal year of Magic Hour and it exploded with more genre films than any previous year since 1977. The experiments became bolder and the risks for the studios greater. This was also the end of the experiment with science fiction and fantasy films. Nevertheless, most of... Read more
Stalkbacker: Star Wars: The Pop Cult of Personality

In this Opinionated Piece, Stalkeye offers his summations of how and why Star Wars became the undisputed king of Pop culture cinema as well as “Force” to be reckoned with when it came to merchandising.

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Asi asks: What Is Star Wars For You?

Open channel: What impact had Star Wars on you as a person?

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The BFG Official Teaser #1 (Trailer Review)

Disney has released the first teaser trailer for Steven Spielberg’s “The BFG”! Click the link to see what we thought of it.

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HOFFA (1992) Dig This One Up for Another Look
I love Danny DeVito’s Hoffa. I couldn’t give two busted axles how historically inaccurate it may be. Whether you like this film or not,  you might have motor oil on the brain if your views of modern day labor unions sway your feelings for this film. For what it’s... Read more
First Trailer for “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: Sword of Destiny”

First trailer for the Netflix production is out.

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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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Star Wars Uncut – When Fanfic Meets LucasFilm

That time when Lucasfilm encouraged fans to film their own version of their favourite Star Wars scenes and editors cobbled them together into a coherent movie.

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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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Magic Hour: Five Years Of Experimental Blockbusters, Part 2 (1980-1981)

Part 2 of this article about the birth of the “High Concept” -Blockbuster examines the “genre explosion” from 1980-81.

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The War Of The Stars (Grindhouse Star Wars)

A review of a fan edit that turned “Star Wars” into a 70s grindhouse movie.

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Batman vs Superman latest Trailer
Well here’s the latest out of the endless stream of trailers we’re getting for pretty much everything. And yes they actually dump Doomsday in it, causing infinitely more destruction than Superman even did. Nice entrance for Wonder Woman as well. Source: Comingsoon Read more
Heist (2015) Bland title for a decent B-Movie Actioner
I nearly killed a twelve pack of fancy beers on Thanksgiving. The bastards of the world charged me with depraved indifference. Thanksgiving is a good drinking holiday. In fact, it is in the top three drinking holidays in the USA. It probably is actually number two, right behind the... Read more
IAB’s Take 2: “The Hobbit – The Battle of the Five Armies”, the Extended Edition

In a second take, IAB revisits a review he wrote almost one year ago, and sees if the longer cut of the film made a difference.

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Asi’s List of Little Known, Must See Movies
Hello, AsimovLives here. For me, to be a movie geek is to be more than a passive consumer of movies and their related merchandise. To be a movie geek is to be a custodian of cinema. And few things give me more pleasure as a film geek as to communicate... Read more
Rosemary’s Baby (1968)

Sandra Harris reviews Polanski’s horror classic “Rosemary’s Baby” (1968)!

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McQuarrie continues with “Mission Impossible 6”

This post will not self-destruct in 5 seconds.

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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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Magic Hour: Five Years Of Experimental Blockbusters,  Part 1 (1978-1980)

The birth and the Golden Years of the “High Concept” movie, after “Star Wars” had changed Hollywood: Part 1 of 3, covering the years 1978-1980.

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Spinning Headlines – Week 48: Alien, Sherlock, Gremlins and The Conjuring too

Mark Hamill not shaving, “FFour II” off the Fox schedule, Ridley Scott talks about “Alien Covenant” a LOT, “Gremlins 3”-rumors, “The Conjuring 2” shooting in London, “Sherlock” Xmas Special details and more.

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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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Curtain (2015) From NYC Horror Film Fest, the messed up child of Hal Hartley and John Carpenter

Shot on a minuscule budget with a bit of guerrilla film making, Curtain is reminiscent of the horror movies of the 1980’s as well as classic indies from the 1990’s.

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Branagh on the Orient Express

Kenneth Branagh is to put on ze moustache and direct/star in the Agatha Christie-adaptation

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Spectre (Reviewish)

How good is “Spectre”? And how relevant is James Bond still?

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Spinning Headlines – Week 47: Trainspotting 2, Baywatch, Mission Impossible 6, Zoolander 2, Memento outrage

“Trainspotting 2” script news, “Baywatch 2”-casting news, “Zoolander 2”-trailer, “Top Gun 2”-news, “True Detective” – S3 on not?, Edgar Wright dives into animation, Universal Monster Universe clarified, “11.22.63” teased, McQuarrie considering M;I-6 and the mother of all spit-takes

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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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IAB’S Shelf: “Cutter’s Way” (1981) & “Miracle Mile” (1988)

This time on “Shelf”, IAB takes a look at two overlooked 80’s classics: Ivan Passer’s “Cutter’s Way” and Steve De Jarnatt’s “Miracle Mile”

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“Prometheus”-sequel gets official title & synopsis

Official title is now “Alien: Covenant” and the synopsis raises questions

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Spinning Headlines, Week 46: Star Wars, Die Hard, Suicide Squad, Toy Story 4 and more

What is Andy Serkis’ character in “The Force Awakens” like? What was the latest pitch for “Die Hard 6”? What is the rating for “Suicide Squad”? Who got added to the “Doctor Strange” cast? What is the spit-take of the week? All these and more in the latest “Spinning Headlines”.

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(I Can’t Get No) Escape from Tomorrow

Escape from Tomorrow is a very unique, surreal film that deserves to be seen by Disney and non-Disney fans alike.

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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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Pan (2015) Movie Review: Michael Jackson’s Worst Nightmare

“Joe Wright and his writers have gang-raped this property so hard, it might never be able to walk properly again. If this was my child, I would file for a restraining order immediately!” – Mathias Folsted.

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Spinning Headlines – Week 45, 2015

“Twin Peaks” officially delayed to 2017, Walter Hill’s next movie news, DC film plans, Arnold’s next project, X-Men Apocalypse tidbits, Bryan Fuller’s busy schedule, His Dark Materials going to BBC, RIP George Barris and ANOTHER Sony-related spit-take of the week…

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“Alice: Through The Looking Glass” trailer arrives
Yes – the sequel for Tim Burton’s soulless 2010 movie “Alice in Wonderland” is coming soon, and Disney released the first trailer today. Here it is: All the contractually obliged castmembers from the first film return, along with a new character called “Time”, played by Sacha Baron Cohen. Directed... Read more
Jack Random’s Ordinary Criminal Podcast

Jack Random does not like Mad Max: Fury Road, the trailer for AMC’s “Preacher”, Kevin Spacey’s finest hour and Konami. #podcast

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Can You Dig It?!!?, Part 7: “Extreme Prejudice” (1987)

IAB continues his Walter Hill-series with this very overlooked 1987 film.

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Behold the first 15-second tease of “Warcraft”

A teaser for a trailer of “Warcraft”

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Vampyres (1974): Not ready for Hammer time! [NSFW!!]

Stalks delivers a not so encouraging review of what is considered a cult classic to many horror enthusiasts.

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7 Days Of Freddy, Day 7: New Nightmare
I’ve never considered New Nightmare a true sequel, more like a lateral move from the first one. Craven is back as writer and director, simply chomping at the bit for a final crack at Freddy. While he had some nice things to say about some of the sequels, it’s... Read more
6 less known Werewolf Movies

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

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It’s Hammer time! The Satanic Rites of Dracula (1973) [NSFW]

Stalks review explains why not all of Hammer’s Films are instant classics and “Satanic Rites of Dracula” is the (un)living proof!

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Spectre (2015) Movie Review: Bury Bond

“Imagine a dour version of Die Another Day, and you basically have Spectre. The visuals are so cold and brooding, but the progression of the story is so implausible and cartoonish compared to something like Casino Royale, where at least I can give them credit for sticking to the style they have established. Here it’s just non-stop nonsense.” – Mathias Folsted.

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7 Days Of Freddy, Day 6: Freddy’s Dead
This is the way the world end: not with a bang but a whimper. T.S. Eliot   Good old Mr. Eliot must have seen Freddy’s Dead when he penned that classic line, for nothing seems to fit the final sequel (and I don’t consider A New Nightmare an actual... Read more
Suspiria (1977)

“Suspiria” (1977), Dario Argento’s masterpiece.

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Deep Red/Profondo Rosso (1975)
  Hello. AsimovLives here. This article is about another aborted series I planned, this time about my favourite films directed by Dario Argento i created back at Talkbacker.   The name of the series was “Argento On The Silver Screen”, a pun on the name of Argento which in... Read more
7 Days Of Freddy, Day 5: Dream Child
Dream Child is really a bit of an odd bird in the Nightmare series. It has ambitions, and attempts to address societal issues such as abortion, drunk driving, eating disorders, yet never quite succeeds. There’s a fair bit of ridiculousness in it, and while it continues with the “humor”... Read more
The Black Cat (1981)

A review of Lucio Fulci’s “The Black Cat” (1981)- from the perspective of a black cat!

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7 Days Of Freddy, Day 4: Dream Master
Renny Harlin did for the Nightmare series with Dream Master, what his Cutthroat Island did for pirate movies.  The fourth movie in the series is the worst of the bunch by a mile, and Renny Harlin needs to not make another movie. Ever.  To say I dislike Dream Master... Read more
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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Inside aka À l’intérieur (2007)

Inside (original French title: À l’intérieur) is a French horror film from 2007 that’s often considered among the best and most violent of this supposed “new wave of French horror”, an offshoot of the New French Extremity movement that began around the turn of the 21st century.

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7 Days of Freddy, Day 3: Dream Warriors
According to Heather Langenkamp and Robert Englund, Dream Warriors is the fan favorite of all the sequels and it’s easy to see why.  With a budget as big as the first two put together (admittedly though that’s still not much), and Wes Craven back as executive producer as well... Read more
The Butterfly Room (2012)

“The Butterfly Room” (2012) with genre queen Barbara Steele is an interesting giallo-homage as well as a meditation on motherhood.

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7 Days of Freddy, Day 2: Freddy’s Revenge
There’s perhaps no installment in the nightmare franchise that has been talked about and analyzed more, than Freddy’s Revenge.  It’s been called the gayest horror movie ever made, and while I won’t dispute that, I think it’s also my favorite and possibly the best of the series (that will... Read more
The Other (1972) The Best Evil Kid Movie Ever Made

A review of “The Other” from 1972, a brilliant but unfairly forgotten horror movie that uses the “Evil Kid” trope in a very subtle but effective fashion.

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7 Days of Freddy, Day 1: A Nightmare on Elm Street
Those who listened to the Weekday Matinee podcast this month know that A Nightmare on Elm Street was one of my top 5 scariest movies. While it deserves its place there, with a recent viewing for this series I have to say, it wasn’t quite as good as I... Read more
Salem’s Lot (1979) 5 reasons it’s the best Halloween Horror flick
This is a revised version of an article I wrote a few years ago that appeared on Talkbacker. This review is of the DVD that has the 3 hour version of the two part mini-series.    I hate Christmas. It’s for children and retards. With its endless commercials filled... Read more
Crimson Peak (2015) Movie Review

“Crimson Peak is a tribute to an era of patience, back when people actually had faith in the art of visual poetry and graphic storytelling. It wasn’t just about constant release of exposition, it was about keeping the audience guessing until the very end, craving for more until they would nearly burst because of the tension.” – Mathias Folsted.

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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
Stuck on the Tarmac Podcast with Donald Rubinstein, Composer of the score for George Romero’s MARTIN

Exclusive interview with Donald Rubinstein, composer of the great score of Romero’s unusual vampire movie “Martin” (1977)!

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IAB’S Shelf: “Knock Knock” (2015)

IAB takes a look at Eli Roth’s latest film.

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Zombie (1979) Guts, gore and glory!
Back in the late 70’s George A. Romeo’s iconic sequel Dawn of the Dead (1978) premiered to raving reviews along with a huge cult following. In order to capitalize off the success of Romeo’s classic, Italian Horror Director Lucio Fulci created what is known as the unofficial sequel to... Read more
DePalma’s Way, The Selected Films of Brian DePalma: Carrie
There’s been enough ink spilled about Carrie to fill the buckets laden with the pig’s blood at the prom, that another article seems superfluous (a word I love to use whenever I can). Still, you can’t talk about Brian DePalma’s movies without mentioning Carrie. Based on Stephen King’s debut... Read more
Jailbait 11: The Farm: Life Inside Angola Prison
This month Wade and Scott present another documentary, this time about what it’s like to do time in what was once called America’s bloodiest prison. The Farm: Life Inside Angola Prison is an objective look at the lives of six prisoners, all doing various lengths of sentences. There’s no... Read more