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 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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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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Via VHS Revival-Evilspeak (1981)

During the early 1980s, primitive home computers were presented as having almost limitless capacities.You remember the ones: green text on a black screen with the kind of graphics that made Ceefax seem positively futuristic. Whether it was kids embroiled in high-tech nuclear war (War Games) or adolescents of a hornier persuasion manufacturing beautiful women in their bedrooms (Weird Science), computers were God-like in their powers, and with only a modicum of tech skills average schmoes the world over were capable of redefining the laws of physics.

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