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    Midnight, Texas Pilot Review

    No season embraces low budget TV shows more than summer, but that doesn’t mean cheesy doesn’t have standards to meet. Schedule a fantasy show to air in July on network TV, and you have a ballpark idea of what you’re getting but, in the best cases, that’s a B-movie...
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    The Hidden Genius Behind ‘The Devil’s Rejects’

    In Rob Zombie’s 2005 masterwork of a grindhouse road movie, the typical American Outlaw character is pushed to a sadistic extreme. The Outlaw has been a staple of American cinema for decades, but Zombie’s version of it is much grittier and demented. The”protagonists” of The Devil’s Rejects lack any redeeming virtues....
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    RedNeck #1-Review

      If you don’t know Donny Cates by name, you’ve probably heard of his Image series, God Country. Last week the first issue went into its fourth print since going on sale in January. Cates’ latest Image comic, Redneck, is about a family of Southern vampires living in Sulphur...
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    An In-depth look at Texas Chain Saw Massacre

    An In-Depth look at The Texas Chain Saw Massacre by Mandi Nowitz   The original “The Texas Chain Saw Massacre” has become a horror cult classic, grossing over 30 million dollars worldwide, something so unexpected for a beyond low budget film made by newbie film students. It is raw,...
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    11.22.63 Midseason Review

    11.22.63 Midseason Review Alright, before we even start this, let’s get two things straight. First: I know it’s a little after midseason, but that actually leads to the second point, which is that I wasn’t even going to write a midseason review, but the show is just way too...