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    The Franchise Files – Land of the Dead (2005)

    Finally, after twenty years, George A. Romero would release a film in the franchise he started, in the genre he revolutionized, with Land of the Dead. And although there are some questionable aspects about it, the movie is nevertheless a solid entry into the series. Filled with political allegory and disgusting, flesh-eating...
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    Star Wars: Leia, Princess of Alderaan by Claudia Gray-A Review

    Star Wars: Leia, Princess of Alderaan by Claudia Gray Review by Richard Lynch Following the excellent Lost Stars and the fantastic Bloodline, author Claudia Gray is back once again, with another novel that tells the story of Princess Leia. This time we meet Leia on her 16th birthday as...
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    Phasma (Star Wars) By Delilah S. Dawson

    Phasma (Star Wars) By Delilah S. Dawson Review By, Richard Lynch Captain Phasma was easily one of the biggest disappointments in The Force Awakens. Despite having a cool suit of armor, all she did in the film was yell at Finn and get thrown in a garbage shoot. Since...
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    Alaska Robotics Gallery Interview

    Alaska Robotics Gallery Interview by Jake Hill When I travel, I love to check out local comic book shops. Most major cities have at least one, and all of them are vastly different at their core. Some shops focus on the social element, hosting board games and roleplaying events....
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    Stephen King’s 1986 Novel ‘IT’ is his Masterpiece

    Everyone knows Stephen King is the master of horror literature. This is a fact; whether or not you agree or disagree is irrelevant. And everyone also knows that his 1986 novel It features an incredible antagonist. But there is so much more to the book than just a scary clown. Reading It has...
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    Second Annual-Brooklyn Horror Film Festival is coming details inside especially Tickets

    From the Brooklyn Horror Film Festival TICKETS NOW ON SALE NOW FOR THE BROOKLYN HORROR FILM FESTIVAL! Don’t miss your chance to check out our 2017 edition! Check out the website for more information on this year’s festival! http://brooklynhorrorfest.com/ Take a look at our 2017 schedule HERE BUY TICKETS HERE!  The...
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    The Franchise Files – Dawn of the Dead (2004)

    There’s a general sense of hatred in the horror community for remakes, and I think it’s silly. Sometimes, yes, they’re cash grabs – but many fail to realize that some of our other horror favorites are cash grabs as well. Think about, oh, I don’t know, nearly every single Stephen...
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    Director Annalise Ophelian talks ‘Looking for Leia’ documentary, ‘Star Wars,’ and more

    Director Annalise Ophelian talks ‘Looking for Leia’ documentary, ‘Star Wars,’ and more By Brittany Cruz     “Star Wars” is renowned for its iconic characters and imaginative storytelling, but perhaps the most dominating force of the franchise is the fans themselves. With a following that spans generations, everyone’s introduction...
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    LA-AFF announces Opening Night Film: No Game No Life Zero

    LA-AFF announces Opening Night Film: No Game No Life Zero North American Premiere Screening of King of Prism by PrettyRhythm   LOS ANGELES, CALIF. (August 14, 2017) – Los Angeles Anime Film Festival (LA-AFF), presented by international creative company Rydgen Inc. in partnership with L.A. based film distribution company...
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