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April 14, 2024

“Nneka the Pretty Serpent” Another Nollywood Assault On Cinema

If you look up which country makes the most films every year, you will see that India is always in the lead. Bollywood is a […]
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February 25, 2024

Unintentional Absurdity In Andy Milligan’s Movie “Seeds”

 I may be wrong, but I think Seeds was a sincere attempt to produce an edgy melodrama. The intensity is pitched so high, it feels […]
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February 18, 2024

Favorite Scenes No. 35: “Hellraiser”

 In 1987, Clive Barker decided to try his hand at directing. He was dissatisfied with previous film adaptations of his writings and opted to direct […]
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January 14, 2024

A History Lesson From “Macabre Legends Of The Colony”

For some reason, some wacko named Arturo Martínez decided to make a “historically based” luchador film. Now, I understand that it’s just a wrestling flick, […]
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December 15, 2023

The First Film Based On Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein

Mary Shelley wrote Frankenstein in 1818. She wrote it as part of a friendly contest between her, her husband Percy, John Polidori, and Lord Byron. […]
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November 12, 2023

Goran Stolevski’s “You Won't Be Alone”

Goran Stolevski’s 2020 debut film You Won't Be Alone is a poem. There is almost no dialogue between characters, but we are able to hear […]
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November 5, 2023

“In My Skin,” Body Horror Cronenberg Can Only Dream Of

In 2002, French filmmaker Marina de Van wrote, directed, and starred in In My Skin. It is a body horror film, but it’s free of […]
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October 8, 2023

The Newly Discovered Korean Kaiju Epic “Space Monster Wangmagwi”

All that Ahn Hee wanted was to have the beautiful wedding day she had always dreamed of, but no one seemed to care. The police […]
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August 31, 2023

I Couldn’t Wait For “End Of The World” To End

Oh my lord, this movie is boring! I watched the whole thing on 1.5x speed, but it still felt painfully slow. Nothing happens, I mean, […]
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August 13, 2023

The Baron Against The Demons: An Eye-Popping Adventure both Literally And Figuratively

Let’s see, what are we shoving in the blender today? We’re gonna need a full cup of Buckaroo Banzai, four tablespoons of freshly grated Catholicism, […]
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August 2, 2023

The Megalodon And Me: A True Story

I think it was around 1978, and I hadn’t even seen Jaws. Jaws came out in '75, when I was 7, but you didn’t have […]
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July 26, 2023

The Strange Career of Ulli Lommel

  You may not have heard of Ulli Lommel, but he is one interesting, little rabbit hole that can swiftly whisk you away into a strange […]
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July 19, 2023

Attack Of The Beast Creature

Do you like looking at trees? Do you like looking at people looking at trees? Well, do I have a movie for you! It’s absolutely […]
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July 2, 2023

William Castle’s Meta Horror Movie "The Tingler"

William Castle’s 1959 film The Tingler is legendary. Not for the movie itself, but for what Castle did to the audience. I had heard before […]
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June 21, 2023

"Black Devil Doll From Hell" and "Black Devil Doll"

It’s not easy to make a movie. It’s really very, very hard, so maybe cut Chester Novell Turner a little slack. When he set out […]
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June 11, 2023

Sorry, But I Love "Orgy Of The Dead"

Orgy Of The Dead is trashy, offensive, and downright stupid, but I love it. It was written by Ed Wood, so you know it had […]
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May 31, 2023

Bahman Farmanara’s Profound Horror Film, Tall "Shadows of the Wind"

Bahman Farmanara’s early Film Tall Shadows of the Wind was released in 1979, one year after the Iranian revolution. It was based on a short […]
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May 17, 2023

The Fishman Diaries: It’s Alive

Stay in the city, never leave the safety of concrete and skyscrapers. The bucolic corn fields and rolling green hills of middle America are full […]
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May 10, 2023

"Thrilling Bloody Sword:" More Gonzo Entertainment From Taiwan

Thrilling Bloody Sword opens with the theme from the Battlestar Galactica television show. Not the cool Battlestar Galactica from 2004, but the ridiculous one from […]
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April 23, 2023

A Horror Movie Filmed in Esperanto, With William Shatner. Why?

Director Leslie Stevens said he filmed his 1966 film Incubus in Esperanto to give it an “otherworldly” feeling. If what he meant by “otherworldly” was […]
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April 19, 2023

Favorite Scenes No.31: "Thirty Days of Night"

David Slade made 30 Days of Night in 2007. It is a flawed movie, with a flawed ending, but it has a few strengths. Firstly, […]
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February 22, 2023

Alan Gadney’s Pointless Film, Moonchild

If you like good acting, I suggest you stop reading this article and forget you ever heard the name Moonchild. This odd, little movie stars […]
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February 19, 2023

Geeking Out Over A Minor Detail In F.W. Murnau’s Nosferatu

I’ve seen Murnau’s Nosferatu dozens of times. It’s one of my favorites. Somewhere along the line, I noticed a minor detail that brought a smile […]
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February 15, 2023

Some Suggestions For The Makers Of The Beast That Killed Women

If any of them are still alive or lucid, I have a few tips for the makers of The Beast That Killed Women. Let’s begin […]
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