Via The Anomalous Host -Fahrenheit 451 (2018) Review and Comparison to the Novel

Rated: 2 / 5 So they did it, they made a modern adaptation of the novel (itself I have reviewed). How is it compared to the novel? As in most novel-to-film adaptations, not as good. And it suffers from some of the problems that I geared it would. Yet does have some balls with some […]

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BENEATH THE PLANET OF THE APES was the second film in the classic series. This was always my favorite ( although the first one was actually a PERFECT movie ) — my only complaint about BENEATH THE PLANET OF THE APES is that RODDY MC DOWALL was not in this one — but […]

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Via B&S About Movies – STEPHEN KING WEEK: Salem’s Lot (1979)

B&S About Movies reviews my all time favorite Stephen King adaptation – ‘Salems Lot! This movie taught me Horror Movie Survival Lesson #1 – Keep the windows closed & curtains drawn!

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If you’re a writer in a Stephen King story, never ever go home. Nothing good is waiting for you there. Nothing at all. If your home is in New England, just forget about it. In fact, even if you aren’t a writer, don’t go back home. Don’t reunite with your friends. Just be happy with whatever you’ve got.

Originally airing on November 17 and 24, 1979, Salem’s Lot is considered one of the best Stephen King adaptions and some of Tobe Hooper’s finest directorial work.

We open in Guatemala, where Ben Mears (David Soul, TV’s Starsky and Hutch) and Mark Petrie (Lance Kerwin, Enemy Mine) are filling bottle after bottle with holy water until one glows. Whatever they’re chasing — or running from — has found them.

After that open, we go back in time two years, to when Ben moves back to Salem’s Lot, Maine. He’s come back…

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Via Grindhouse Theology – The Horror of Modern Life Between Alien and Aliens

In the past month or so, I’ve been obsessing over the Alien series. When the Alien movies are good, they are very good, but that success never comes in the focus on the perfect killing machine, the titular alien. I, for one, have never been that enchanted by the alien itself. When the Alien movies […]

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