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    They’re All Gonna Laugh at You: Revisiting Carrie (1976)

    Throughout the month of October, we’ve been exploring some of the best (and worst) Stephen King adaptations put to the big screen. Some are laughably bad, and some are just plain a waste of time. Others are excellent; iconic, even. But none of them so far have been as...
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    Preacher Season 2 Ends With Many Loose Ends

    I didn’t think for one second that this season of Preacher would end happily for anyone given the absurd and violent nature of the show, but I can say that I was definitely surprised that it ended just as unhappily as it did. To put it plainly, our heroes are screwed....
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    The Franchise Files – ANOES 3: Dream Warriors (1987)

    What. A. Comeback. I’ve already discussed my utter contempt for the second film in the A Nightmare on Elm Street franchise. While it’s not totally surprising that the film was a trainwreck given the rushed production and lack of participation by Wes Craven, what is surprising is that the franchise was able to come...
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    Night of the Creeps: Fred Dekker’s 1986 Classic

    Night of the Creeps, starring the ever-masculine Tom Atkins, has more quotable moments than possibly any ’80s movie ever. In fact, there are parts of me that think Fred Dekker wrote this movie simply to give Atkins an overload of one-liners. And in doing so, the phrase “Thrill me” will...
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    ‘John Wick: Chapter 2’ Establishes A Strong Franchise

    Everything about John Wick is genius. And everything about John Wick: Chapter 2 is genius. We may very well have a brand new cult-classic franchise on our hands. Keanu Reeves returns as the titular cold-blooded and collected killer to pick up right where the first film left off. He got a new dog,...
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    Review – Jason McNamara’s ‘The Rattler’ is Tragic, Brutal

    In The Rattler, Stephen Thorn and his fiancee break down on the side of the road. When they hail a seemingly well-intentioned woman for help, she hitches up their broken down car and begins to tow it away. There’s only one problem; she’s not stopping. Even worse is that Thon’s fiance,...
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    Retro Review – Evil Dead 2 (1987)

    Sam Raimi’s cult classic The Evil Dead, released in 1981, was a somewhat serious affair – a horror movie intended to be taken as a horror movie. The story now is commonplace; a group of friends take a vacation to a cabin in the woods, only to have things go terribly...