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    Creepshow (1982): An Immortal Horror Classic

    The comic book aesthetics of 1982’s Creepshow have often been imitated but rarely, if ever, replicated. There’s an unmistakable charm brought to the film which came from the highly potent combination of horror maestro George A. Romero and literary mastermind of creep Stephen King. But it goes further; they add in...
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    The Franchise Files – Night of the Living Dead (1990)

    As far as remakes go, the 1990 version of Night of the Living Dead is a pretty interesting one – but only really if you’re curious about what goes on behind the scenes. The actual movie is more or less a direct replicant of the original except in color and some...
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    The Franchise Files – Day of the Dead (1985)

    The Franchise Files returns this week with Romero’s third installment in his Dead franchise, trading in neon pink blood for something much more dark and repulsive. Originally intended to be the Gone with the Wind of zombie movies, Romero’s Day of the Dead was conceptualized as a sweeping horror epic, but what he ended up producing...
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    This Ain’t Right Movie Podcast-The Burning

      Another Horror Film Podcast for Halloween Hosted by Ashish Thomas With Paul Aloisio, James O’Donnell, Glen Wolfe Recorded at Platinum Wolfe Studios We do something different we look at why the Burning is such an iconic movie Also, Fisher Stevens dies in this movie I have had a...
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    The Franchise Files – Friday the 13th: Part IV, The Final Chapter (1984)

    The Franchise Files – Friday the 13th: Part IV, The Final Chapter (1984)   In just three short years there had already been three installments in the Friday the 13th series, and to many, it was getting a bit ridiculous. Time, it seemed, had run out for Jason; though...
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    The Franchise Files: Friday the 13th Part 2 (1981)

      The Franchise Files: Friday the 13th Part 2 (1981) The year is 1980. Friday the 13th has just been released, and by the time it’s out of theaters, it will have made a grand total of 59.8 million USD on a budget of only 700,000 USD. The Gods...
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    The Franchise Files: Friday the 13th (1980)

    The Franchise Files: Friday the 13th (1980)   Welcome, worshippers of The Geeked Gods, to a new column in which we will be taking a franchise and discussing each and every single movie in it, called: The Franchise Files! Beginning with the original film, we will be making our...