It’s Hammer time! Twins of Evil (1971) [NSFW]

A Classic British Horror Film involving a pair of twins-one good and the other..Evil!

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Last Drop of Blood: Sword of Doom (1966)

A very dark and nihilistic Samurai movie classic.

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Osaka Punch: Dead Reckoning! Round 0: (Battle Girl vs JUNK) [NSFW]

NSFW: Battle of the Japanese Zombie movies: “Battle Girl” (1991) vs. “Junk” (2000) – which one will win?

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God Forgives: The Audience does not

“Only God Forgives” (2013) is not a film for everyone. Is it for anyone?

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It’s Hammer Time!  Frankenstein created Woman

A retro review of a Hammer Films classic, which also fits the theme of the “Anti-Bullying-Month” October.

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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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Amer (2009)

Is “Amer” just an homage to the genre or a “Super-giallo”?

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Laws of Gravity (1992) Holds up better than Pulp Fiction (YEAH I SAID IT!!!!)

Laws of Gravity, the 1992 film directed by Nick Gomez, takes place in a decaying, pre-hipster Brooklyn. It follows the mundane lives of petty criminals and fringe dwellers.

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Rink Reviews: A Guide to Hockey on Film – The Mighty Ducks (1992)

If you were a kid in the early 90’s, in Canada especially, The Mighty Ducks was huge. Every kid who liked hockey loved it and kids that weren’t hockey fans quickly changed their tune upon watching it.

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IAB’s Favorite Film Composers Vol.3

As it is the season, IAB goes through some of his favorite film composers who are deeply rooted in the horror genre.

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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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Dirty, Bloody, Scary… “Sicario” Film Review

Denis Villeneuve’s (“Prisoner”) drug cartel thriller starring Emily Blunt is declared as one of the finest cinematic treats of the year.

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A Field in England (2013)
Hello, AsimovLives here. This is my review of a most unusual and cool film. It is called… A Field In England. Follow me below. In Which The Artists and the Personae Dramaticae Are Presented And Listed: Director: Ben Whetley Writer: Amy Jumpey Cast: Julian Barratt as Trower, Peter Ferdinando as Jacob,... Read more
Jack Random’s Epic Flood Podcast
This week Jack and Kyle sit in with Random Show London Corespondent, the Viscount El Van Lon and perma-guest Jamill Payne to talk Activision’s unusual marketing campaign for Call of Duty Black Ops 3 and other odd advertising choices. Like, what was McDonald’s thinking with that new Hamburglar? The... Read more
Eye of the Devil (1966)

Time packs forgotten films tightly into a bottomless chambered box, one you have to pilfer around in, only finding by accident such black and white treasures like Eye of the Devil.

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Rink Reviews: A Guide to Hockey on Film – Slap Shot (1977)

Slap Shot isn’t just a great film or merely the best hockey movie by default, it’s a truly amazing portrait of the sport and its players at a specific point in hockey’s history.

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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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Mad Max: Bronze Dreams

An unconventional and humorous look on the post-apocalyptic action classic.

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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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Jack Random’s Herculean Podcast
Jamill Payne teleports into the Command Center just in time for Kyle to unleash his latest weapon! Be very afraid. The boys wrap up their Konami fatwa, and discuss the possibility of your favorite voice-over actors going on strike. What’s more dangerous, sharks or Selfies? The answer shouldn’t surprise... Read more
The first trailer for the “Angry Birds”-movie out now

The birds will appear not-so-suddenly in May, 2016

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IAB’S NIGHT TERRORS – “Poltergeist” (2015)

What do you get, when IAB – a dedicated fan of the original film, takes on the remake/boot of “Poltergeist”? Well – you get this.

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Alien and Fatherhood
Ridley Scott’s 1979 masterpiece, Alien What’s it about? Space truck drivers have relayed to a remote mining colony and are returning to earth; large bladders on the underside of the Nostromo are pregnant with ore like a cow’s utters. The conglomerated, highly diversified (bio-weapons too), corporation that funded their trip employs a vaguely agricultural symbol for... Read more
Jailbait 10: The Selling Of A Serial Killer
Due to a glitch in the matrix, this week’s Imaginarium sounded awful. Not because Abe was on, but Skype was being…well, Skype.  The Supernaughts 1 Year Anniversary Show will be up next week instead (provided Abe doesn’t gunk up the matrix again)!!   a few shows back Wade and... Read more
Scene Stealers: Star Wars – The Great New Hope!

Stalkeye takes a look at the key scenes of the very first Star Wars movie!

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Bop’s Top 10 Movie Bad Girls
Everybody loves bad girls, except in their marriages. Bad girls in movies are hard to be found. I think they should be more present in movies. Why? Because it’s about time. In TV there are various bad girls and the actresses playing them do awesome jobs, so why can’t... Read more
Bop’s Top 10 Movie Bad Guys
Top 10s seem to be the fashion these days. People are interested in top 10s of doesn’t matter what. Often it’s click bait, wanting you to click through a whole top 10. I fucking hate that shit. Give it to me all at once or don’t give it to... Read more
Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials (2015) Movie Review

“Instead of focusing on the key qualities that made the book so riveting to read, like the character dynamics and the mystery elements, the filmmakers give us a safe-zone treadmill-routine with lots of running, screaming and visually chaotic action sequences that are so incoherent it hurts.” – Mathias Folsted.

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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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Real Girl Power
Note: This article was originally published on the now-defunct Talkbacker.com. It might contain some changes (original idea for a Real Girl Power article was Stalkeye’s). Throughout the years the term girl power has been abused. Lots of women proclaimed to be girl power while they were not. It was... Read more
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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IAB’s Shelf: “San Andreas” (2015)

In this “Shelf”-column, IAB takes the Bag of Tropes that’s called “San Andreas” and tears it wide open.

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Love & Mercy (2015) Movie Review

“If there is one thing “Love & Mercy” certainly is not, it’s a conventional biopic. Not just because it downright refuses to follow the traditional beats and blueprint structure of the genre, but more so because it chooses to capture the essence of its subject instead of attempting to cover as much factual ground as possible.” – Mathias Folsted.

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THX 1138 (1971)
GEORGE LUCAS BEFORE STAR WARS “Blessings of the state, blessings of the masses.” THX 1138 is director George Lucas’s first feature length film, expanded from his award winning student short film Electronic Labyrinth: THX 1138 4EB (which can be watched in its entirely on YouTube). Supposed to be one of the flagships of... Read more
Attack on Titan (2015): A second opinion.

A second, more favourable review of the hotly anticipated live-action adaptation of “Attack on Titan” (2015).

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

What did you expect?

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Weekend Rewind: The Supernaughts Debate Show 36

This week’s rewind takes us back to The Debate Show #36. Jack, Kyle, Scott and Abe debate Joss leaving Twitter, whether or not it’s a good idea to have access to content creators, heroes, villains, anti-heroes and bacon wrapped pizza comes up.

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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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Sinister 2 (2015) Movie Review

“As much as it fails to live up to what came before it, there is always a sense throughout that someone somewhere truly believed in its potential, even if the studio pressure ultimately compressed it into a sloppy, derivative and predictable middle-of-the-road discount product. It may not be a very good film, but it really feels like it wants to be.” – Mathias Folsted.

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IAB’s Favorite Film Composers Vol.2

IAB continues to sort through his favorite film composers in this second volume of the series.

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Q: The Winged Serpent (1982) An Illegal Alien Trump Really Should F##king Squawk About
Jimmy Quinn is a piece of shit. He is a small time crook too cowardly for the big score and he doesn’t have the stones to go straight. When Quinn gets nervous he looks like a lacquered dog turd plopped at the curb, surrounded by mounds of rotting garbage.... Read more
The Extraordinary Adventures of Adèle Blanc-Sec (2010)
Of all the Luc Besson films I see on popular lists around forums, The Extraordinary Adventures of Adèle Blanc-Sec never seems to be on any of them. Either because they genuinely hate it or most likely that they’ve never heard of it. It was released in 2010 and needed... Read more
Carpenters Have the Best Tools: Top Ten John Carpenter Films
To follow the other top 10 I posted recently (The Man, The Myth, The Snake: Top 10 Kurt Russell Films), I figured I might as well continue on with the theme, and give you all my top 10 John Carpenter films, of ALL TIME! I am hoping to start... Read more
Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens – Teaser Poster!

First teaser poster for “Star Wars Episode VIII: The Force Awakens” has just been released at the annual Disney expo, D23!

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Fantastic Four: The Men with Knives
20th Century Fox is up to its old tricks again and Josh Trank has been designated as its official fallguy. And yes, I genuinely feel sorry for him. He’s under a demon’s banner in a house who has Bryan Singer permanently welded to a property he has no business... Read more
Jailbait 08: Last Dance
Strap yourselves in, as this is the most heated show that Scott and Wade have recorded yet. The two disagree so vehemently you wonder if they saw the same movie. Who likes the Sharon Stone death row flick and who doesn’t? Tune in and find out!   As of... Read more
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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Fantastic 4 (2015) Movie Review

“Fantastic 4″ is in every sense of the word a dreadful cinematic experience. The script is lazy, the structure is a mess, and the story is a paceless train wreck. It’s utterly forgettable trash, containing none of the fun and colourful excitement of a Marvel film, while also failing miserably to pull off the grimy look and dark feel of the pictures that inspired it.” – Mathias Folsted.

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Sun Don’t Shine (2012) On the Road with Mystery and Jealousy
Sun Don’t Shine, the feature film directorial debut by hardworking and talented independent film actress Amy Seimetz, is a hazy, semi-trippy road movie that takes us through some of the backwaters and chintzy tourist towns of Florida. It tells the story of two lovers, Crystal and Leo, who are on... Read more
Movies and Stuff: Point Break (1991) + Peter Illif interview!

In this episode, we talk about the bromantic, action flick Point Break! And we’re joined by the writer of the film, Peter Illif!

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IAB’S NIGHT TERRORS: “Annabelle” (2014) & “Maggie” (2015)

IAB takes a look at demon puppet-horror “Annabelle” and the Schwarzenegger zombie-drama “Maggie”.

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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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Dark Places (2015) Review: Charlize Theron Driven Psychological Thriller

Dark Places, starring Charlize Theron, is the latest entry in the popular female-driven psychological thriller genre that is currently dominating Hollywood.

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Mission Impossible – Rogue Nation (2015) Movie Review

“This is a state-of-the-art showcase of what the human physique is capable of. A four-star Michelin dish cooked perfectly at just the right temperature, with just the right amount of salty self-awareness to keep it from becoming bloated or overly serious.” – Mathias Folsted.

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Casablanca (1942) Round up the Usual Suspects and give it a watch. You might get some later on…
Are you bored with your life? Are you tired of your job? Had it with wrestling with stuttering Exchange servers, farting computers and whining end users who make your plump, obnoxious nephew sticking his finger up your dog’s ass seem like pleasant behavior? Has selling auto insurance to narcoleptic... Read more
Frankie goes to . . . London Film & Comic Con!!

On July 18, 2015 I was lucky enough to attend the most amazing convention yet to hit the city of London. The Summer 2015 London Film & Comic Con surpassed anything I had attended previously or even imagined and now I’m back to report on some of the festivities and share some pictures.

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Eli Hayes is Makin’ Waves
This should have been posted a week or two ago. Those who are familiar with my internet issues know the problems I’ve dealt with. Still, it’s better late than never. This is more a companion piece to episode 37 of Imaginarium (releasing on 7/37/15), but felt Eli Hayes, the... Read more
Ant-Man (2015) Movie Review

“The world doesn’t need to be saved from impending doom, and robots are not raising entire cities up from the ground. This fight is above all personal, which makes the whole thing so much more compelling and nerve-wracking than most other superhero flicks.” – Mathias Folsted.

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The Return of Godzilla aka Godzilla: 1985 – The Bridge Between the Old and New Generations

An in-depth review and comparison of both versions (Japanese and American) of “Godzilla 1985”, the beloved monster’s glorious return to the big screen after a decade of hiatus. Background infos and pics galore!

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Witness (1985) The Amish See the Finger of Doom

Peter Weir’s excellent movie, Witness, is a near perfect mash-up of crime drama, romance and fish out of water tale.

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Movies and Stuff: The Shadow (1994) + Penelope Ann Miller interview!

In this episode, we talk about the cult comic book film The Shadow! And we’re joined by actress Penelope Ann Miller!

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Can You Dig It?!!?, Part 6: “48 Hrs.” (1982)

In his Best of Walter Hill-series, IAB takes on “48 Hrs.” – a film that started many things

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SPECTRE trailer: Bond in Sepia tones
The trailer for the newest 007 adventure, again directed by Sam Mendes: Official synopsis: A cryptic message from the past sends James Bond on a rogue mission to Mexico City and eventually Rome, where he meets Lucia Sciarra (Monica Bellucci), the beautiful and forbidden widow of an infamous criminal.... Read more
The Good Dinosaur trailer rewrites history

The first official trailer (following an earlier teaser trailer) has been released for Disney/Pixar’s The Good Dinosaur.

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Heavy Metal 2000 (aka F.A.K.K.²)
Heavy Metal 2000, also known as F.A.K.K.², is a direct-to-video pseudo sequel to the highly popular 1981 big screen film Heavy Metal, which was based on a French pulp adult comic Métal Hurlant (later licensed and released in America as Heavy Metal). The original film was an anthology of... Read more
Jailbait 07: Scum
This week Scott and Wade get a bit serious as they talk about the British film Scum, which debuted Ray Winstone in a role that would define his carecareer er. From the IMDB page “This is the hard and shocking story of life in a British Borstal for young... Read more
Terminator Genisys: This is it. This is the End.
For anyone hoping that Cameron was going to return to this franchise one day, or perhaps after the assured failure of this latest installment, they should have their heads evacuated like the Augean Stables. Never heard of them? Then Google it. We’ve come full circle here. The mortar has... Read more
The Man, The Myth, The Snake: Top 10 Kurt Russell Films
One of my all time beloved actors is Kurt Russell, who has starred in several of my favorite films. My question to you all: What are your favorite Russell films? Below I have listed mine: 10. Dark Blue (2002) Above average Ron Shelton film (Bull Durham, White Men Can’t... Read more
Retro Review – 2010: The Year We Make Contact
With the new and excellent facelift, I thought I should crack my Supernaughts cherry at long last. I’m not the greatest one for the discipline of writing things down, which is something I admire in all you writey prosemakers out there, but every now and again I have been... Read more
The Death of “Superman Lives”: What Happened? (2015) Movie Review

“It’s not the presentation that keeps us watching. It’s the content we are being served that really matters. In that regard, this could be compared to really good junk food. Fast, easily digestible, but a delight nonetheless.” – Mathias Folsted.

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Justice League: Gods and Monsters (Is everything old, new again?)
What does the success of Batman The Animated Series, Superman: The Animated Series, and Justice League Unlimited have in common? They all can be attributed to the talents and contributions of character designer, animator, and producer Bruce Timm. After a two year hiatus from Warner Brothers Animation (Timm had stepped... Read more
“Suicide Squad” Comic-Con First Look

See Jared Leto’s batshit crazy Joker in action in the official first look at “Suicide Squad”.

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Stung (2015) Movie Review

“Stung” tries to follow in the footsteps of the great B-movie horror flicks, but is not nearly as funny, clever and memorable as the 1980’s classics that inspired it.” – Mathias Folsted.

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“Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens” Comic-Con Reel
The annual San Diego Comic-Con has commenced, and news of all kinds are starting to pour out over the internet. Among the most interesting stories is the release of a new sizzle-reel, showing lots of new footage from the making of the highly anticipate “Star Wars: Episode VII –... Read more
Jack Random’s Unnameable Lurking Horror
This week the Supernaughts own Detective Dee sits down with the guys to discuss all things horror! It’s July, so what else is there to talk about? Video games, movies, remakes, comedies…if it’s creepy, the boys cover it. Are haunted houses overrated? Is Godzilla? Click the play and find out... Read more
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
Nosferatu, a Symphony of Horror (1922) Silent, Creeping Death from Way Back
F.W. Murnau’s silent masterpiece, Nosferatu, is like the fevered visions of hell we may see when all of our organs are shutting down and death creeps out of the darkness, battling modern medicine for our souls. When the seed of Belial is infecting your blood and soul I am not sure... Read more
Movies and Stuff: Fright Night (1985) + Tom Holland interview!

Director Tom Holland stops by to talk about the 30th Anniversary of Fright Night!

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IAB’s Favorite Film Composers Vol.1

For your aural entertainment, IAB takes a rainy day as a que to revisit some of his favorite film composers

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MOST AWESOME, MOST AWFUL – STAR TREK V: THE FINAL FRONTIER
Go climb a rock. Thus opens Star Trek V: The Final Frontier, with William Shatner, star and director of the film, donning the slogan and dashing, perhaps, the hopes of the fan base that so desperately wanted to have an equally thrilling and satisfying adventure as the one presented... Read more
Jailbait 06: Penitentiary
This week’s Imaginarium will not be heard due to our guest’s family emergency, and Scott’s never ending Internet problems. The Imaginarium will return next week.   This week blacksploitation meets jailsploitation in Leon Isaac Kennedy’s cult hit, PENITENTIARY! Be amazed as two of the whitest people on earth talk... Read more
Retro Review: Il Bisbetico Domato (1980)

A retro review of the Italian comedy “Il Bibetico Domato” (1980) with Adriano Celentano and Ornella Muti, that is vaguely inspired by William Shakespeare’s “Taming of the Shrew”.

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The Film That Killed Belushi

Atuk has claimed the lives of several comedic actors such as John Belushi, John Candy and Chris Farley. But is it really cursed?

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Cinderella (2015) Movie Review

“Supported by a phenomenal cast and dazzling special effects, Kenneth Branagh brings the tale of Cinderella to spectacular life, making it feel both fresh and traditional at the same time.” – Mathias Folsted.

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Terminator Genisys (2015) Movie Review

“Despite never reaching the technical heights of Cameron’s two first films, “Terminator Genisys” is nevertheless a pleasant addition to the franchise, delivering plenty of exhilarating action, solid performances, and Arnold at his absolute peak.” – Mathias Folsted.

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Throwback Zone: “Terminator 2: Judgement Day” (1991)

“Terminator 2: Judgement Day” is a tremendous achievement in the field of special effects, and a landmark for the action genre in general. The writing is sharp, the direction is swift, and the characters are grounded and credibly portrayed.” – Mathias Folsted.

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Dawn of the Dead (1978) A World Flushed Down the Toilet
When I was an obnoxious teenager approximating growing up in Massapequa, I liked to blast rock music, watch horror movies, hit on cute goth chicks, and shotgun warm Meister Braus until I puked in the middle of the street and my friends would skid through the vomit on their... Read more
Rubble Kings (2015) Documentary Review
I stumbled onto Rubble Kings a few days ago. Looking it up on IMDb the description was: “Through archival footage Nicholson tells the story of the real Warriors that walked the streets of New York City in the 1970s and the harsh reality of gang life in a city... Read more
Movies and Stuff: Se7en (1995) + Andrew Kevin Walker interview!

Writer Andrew Kevin Walker talks to the Movies and Stuff guys about the 20th anniversary of the David Fincher film Se7en.

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Jurassic World (2015) Movie Review

“Jurassic World” is neither as groundbreaking or intensively suspenseful as the movie it pays tribute to, but it still has more than enough spectacle and dinosaur action to make for a perfect summer blockbuster. The CGI is efficient, the score is breathtaking, and despite a few plot holes and expendable story lines, it delivers on the promise of high-scale popcorn entertainment, while even being a little philosophical in the process.” – Mathias Folsted.

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A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night (2014) Review

A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night is a movie about Bad City, a fictional city in Iran. Bad City is a strange place and life is not easy there, but there is a vampire woman roaming the streets at night, who seems to make things better sometimes.

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BOPX: Erotic Thrillers of the 90s, Pt. 2

….and Dee and Nick complete their conversation about this forgotten genre of the (early) 90s! We talk about “Body of Evidence”, “Color of Night” and more!

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How Fright Night 3 Was Killed by the Menendez Brothers

The story of how a meeting to get Fright Night 3 made never happened because Lyle and Erik Menendez killed their parents.

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Stuntman Mike

A poem dedicated to one of my favorite movie villains/heroes?

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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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IAB’S Shelf – “Used Cars” (1980)

Digging through his shelf, IAB takes a re-watch of a genuine comedy classic, Robert Zemeckis’ “Used Cars”.

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BOPX: Erotic Thrillers of the 90s, Pt.1

Remember the once insanely popular subgenre of the “Erotic Thriller” that thrived in the early 90s?
Dee and Nick take a look back and discuss this curious phenomenon of cinema, from “Basic Instnct” (1992) to “Jade” (1995). Part 2 on Sunday, June 28th!

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Headhunters (2011) Crime Pays But Maybe Not Enough
Two things recently have me amazed in a way that isn’t necessarily good. The first is that I find my 43 years of unblemished heterosexuality tested every time I have to see Hillary Clinton on tv, screaming like some witch at a haunted carnival and her thundergunt trying to... Read more