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Blu-Ray Review: “Hell Baby”

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There are entirely too many horror films about possessed children, or babies borne of the devil. The notion of kids alone is monstrous enough without them being monstrous themselves. HELL BABY is a jumbled parody of the finest in that popular subgenre, including ROSEMARY’S BABY, THE OMEN, and THE EXORCIST, while taking after the glut [...]

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DVD Review: “Mystery Science Theater 3000: 25th Anniversary Edition”

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Can you believe that it’s been 25 years since Joel Hodgson, Jim Mallon, and Trace Beaulieu shot their own pilot at a local TV station (KTMA) in the Minneapolis area and created a full blown cult phenomenon? It has, and now it’s time to celebrate. The folks at Shout Factory have done a tremendous job [...]

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Movie + DVD Review: “Bounty Killer”

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You’re likely tired of dystopian films, but don’t lump BOUNTY KILLER in with the rest of the mediocre YA adaptations that are pumped out seemingly every week in Hollywood. BOUNTY KILLER is a ton of fun, and has a great, diverse cast of weird characters. It’s got Gary Busey in it, for God’s sake (oh, [...]

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Blu-Ray Review: “Psycho III”

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This third film in the franchise came three years after the divisive and controversial PSYCHO II became a monster hit for Universal. The film is unique and an intriguing snapshot for many reasons. Anthony Perkins, the star of the show as the titular psychopath Norman Bates, was handed the reins to direct the third go-round [...]

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Blu-Ray Review: “Psycho II”

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It’s hard to name a more controversial movie than PSYCHO II, a sequel made 22 years after what is arguably the most iconic and best horror film of all-time, Alfred Hitchcock’s PSYCHO. Fans and critics alike were ready to attack and lambast the film, which came in the wake of Hitchcock’s death, and could only be [...]

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Blu-Ray Review: John Carpenter’s “Prince Of Darkness”

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John Carpenter might be the most influential and impressive horror director of the past 50 years, and Shout Factory’s newest Blu-Ray collection gives PRINCE OF DARKNESS the spotlight. The film features another in a long line of iconic Carpenter scores, along with a heavy dose of anti-studio and religious skepticism. Following the death of Father [...]

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Blu-Ray Review: “Day Of The Dead”

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Seventeen years after one of the most influential and scariest movies of all time, NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD, George A. Romero returned to his “Dead” series with its third installment, DAY OF THE DEAD (1985). Whereas NIGHT introduced the world to zombies and DAWN took the apocalypse one step further, DAY OF THE DEAD [...]

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Blu-Ray Review: “Friday The 13th: The Complete Collection”

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FRIDAY THE 13: THE COMPLETE COLLECTION comes to Blu-Ray Friday September 13th. Order it on Amazon today! It’s been 33 years since Sean S. Cunningham’s original FRIDAY THE 13TH, the film that introduced Mrs. Voorhees and her mongoloid son to the world. The film was devised to capitalize on the popularity of HALLOWEEN and to [...]

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DVD Review: “The Life After Death Project”

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by Deborah Painter It would be just like Forrest J Ackerman to be the subject of the first paranormal biographical film.  After all, “Forry” had many “firsts” in his resume.  He and his girlfriend Myrtle Douglas were the first to wear costumes to the first ever World Science Fiction Convention in 1939. He was the [...]

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DVD Review: “The Twilight Zone: The Complete Fifth Season”

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THE TWILIGHT ZONE unlocked our imaginations, tangled with our dreams and aspirations, and you’d be hard pressed to name a show that’s stayed as timeless, indelible, and held in such high esteem over such a long period of time. That’s a part of its charm, and exactly what creator and brainchild Rod Serling envisioned, tapping [...]

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