Via dantandy-If You Only Watch One Horror Film This Lifetime “Kill List”

Somebody once wrote, ‘Hell is the impossibility of reason.’ – Oliver Stone The above quote, ironically enough, makes perfect sense, at least in the context of a horror film. Surely horror in its purest, undiluted form would indeed be the projection of the horrific, the monstrous, the irrevocably disturbing with no comprehensible meaning or corresponding […]

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Via B&S About Movies-Ten movies I could talk about for thirty minutes with no research

I saw a Twitter thread that asked, “What can I talk about for 30 minutes with no prep?” The answer, for me, is easy. Movies. Lots of movies. Get ready for 10 movies that I can, have and will go on and on and on about. 1. Yor Hunter from the Future: I basically started this […]

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Via Cult Faction – Preview – FM on Bluray

The airwaves crackle with the delectable sound of smooth rock in FM, a riotous comedy about the heady world of late-70s US radio. Michael Brandon (Four Flies on Grey Velvet) stars as Jeff Dugan, the ultra-cool program director at Q-SKY Radio, LA’s number one rock station. Dugan encourages a free-wheeling culture at work, employing an […]

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Via Father Sone Holy Gore -[The Twisted Parallels of Cinema] Edition #7: American Horror Story (Vol. II)

Edition #10 looks at the horror movie visual references in American Horror Story’s fifth season (“Hotel”) + one from Season 2 (“Asylum”).

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B&S About Movies -The Phantom (1996)

Oh those heady days of 1996, directly between Batman Forever and the movie that destroyed not only a franchise but nearly a genre, Batman and Robin. That said, the history of this movie goes beyond that. The Phantom is a newspaper adventure comic strip that was created in 1936 by Lee Falk, who worked on the daily […]

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Via Really Awful Movies-Death Ship

Isn’t the captain supposed to go down with the ship? Not here. He survives, and according to the poster, “would be better off dead” for doing so. Death Ship, needless to say, is a weird disaster film / supernatural horror-hybrid that is set on the high seas (and by the looks of the insane premise, “high” […]

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