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cult classic

Preparing for The Predator

I am cautiously optimistic about The Predator movie, in spite of the by-the-numbers trailer.

Just in Time for Spring: Night of the Lepus Hops Onto Blu-Ray

I love B-monster movies. Anyone who’s read more than two words of mine knows that the cheesier a flick is, the more likely I am to fall in love with it. I grew up watching old black-and-white creature features and… Continue Reading →

A Christmas Story Live! Offers a Different Take of the Holiday Classic

A Christmas Story Live! is a major award for fans of the holiday classic who enjoy musicals.

I Want My COMET TV!

In this media-centric world we live in, finding good entertainment options can often be complicated. At home, I have satellite television, where there’s hundreds of options which I can watch, but there always seems to be nothing of interest on…. Continue Reading →

Blade Runner 2049 Offers a Key to Future Box-Office Totals

Per Matt With replicants returning to movie theaters after a long hiatus, will this weekend’s box-office results mimic those of 1982? Or will October follow the lead of the largest U.S. September box office on record, with a familiar film… Continue Reading →

Blade Runner Returns to the Big Screen Not a Moment Too Soon

When a movie is adapted from a bestselling science-fiction author, is directed by a groundbreaking director, is hailed as a cult classic and the distributor releases seven different versions of the final cut, it’s a big deal when a sequel… Continue Reading →

Wet Hot American Summer’s Third Trip to Camp Isn’t Quite as Fun

When the film Wet Hot American Summer (WHAS) first premiered in 2001, no one could have predicted the sudden resurgence in popularity it would get nearly 15 years later. The under-seen classic featured a cast of cult stars and unknowns, many of… Continue Reading →

Die, Develkok, Die! is the Best Film You Have Never Seen!

Welcome back to this week’s installment of #HauntLife, the blog were I talk about things that interest me, primarily B-movies, haunted houses and 3-D printing. This week, we are going to look at a film that is very near and… Continue Reading →

Remembering Romero

The horror genre has seen so many innovators craft it into a wide-ranged spectacle of terror. Filmmakers such as Wes Craven and John Carpenter spearheaded the slasher subgenre and created other classics for horror fans. But one particular genre cannot… Continue Reading →

Valerian and the City of a Thousand Disappointments

Pandering. Pedantic. Just a couple of dressy words to help you understand the faux intellectual travesty that is most of the dialogue and story of Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets.

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