Via B&S About Movies-The Stepfather (1987)

I couldn’t think of a movie to watch for Father’s Day and then I remembered this, the kind of movie that puts the fear of God into kids who are in blended families. Henry Morrison (Terry O’Quinn, TV’s Lost, Silver Bullet) is introduced to us as he washes away the blood from killing his family, changes his […]

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Via We Review. You Watch. -Burn After Reading Review

See it. 8/10 “Report back to me when it makes sense” If Seinfeld met the Coen Brothers, had a baby, and taught it how to use a camera, Burn After Reading would be the film that would turn out as a result. Because only the Coen Brothers can make a movie that both simultaneously appears […]

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Via blackwings666BENEATH THE PLANET OF THE APES

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 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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Via B&S About Movies-The Deadly Spawn (1983)

This was the last movie of a long weekend of drive-in fun. But eight movies in two days can be a test for your endurance and Becca just wanted to hear home. Luckily, I watched the beginning and finished via video in the days following! Also known as Return of the Aliens: The Deadly Spawn […]

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Horror Classic Review: The Omen — We Minored in Film

Even if you’ve never seen 1976’s The Omen you probably already know about its big twist. Similar to The Sixth Sense, the grand explanation at the end of The Omen is just one of those things you pick up over the years through cultural osmosis. You might remember watching an early South Park episode where […]

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