WORLD GONE WILD: A SURVIVOR’S GUIDE TO APOCALYPTIC MOVIES!

WORLD GONE WILD: A SURVIVOR’S GUIDE TO APOCALYPTIC MOVIES by david j. moore (2014 Schiffer Publishing, Ltd / 432 pp / hardcover)Book Review by Nick Cato For anyone who loves MAD MAX/ROAD WARRIOR-type films, as well as any kind of post-nuke End of the World feature, david j. moore’s WORLD GONE WILD pretty much covers everything(…)

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QUICK CUTS Goes to the AMUSEMENT PARK!

QUICK CUTS:  Fun at the Amusement ParkWith Michael Arruda, L.L. Soares, Nick Cato, Dan Keohane and Sheri Sebastian-Gabriel MICHAEL ARRUDA:  Welcome everybody to another edition of QUICK CUTS. It’s summer time!  And with that in mind, today’s QUICK CUTS panel will answer questions about a classic summer time destination:  the amusement park. Let’s get started. (…)

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Chains of Strange Looks at the NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET Movies

CHAINS OF STRANGE: A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET (the film series) By Joshua T. Calkins-Treworgy Greetings and salutations, all, Joshua T. Calkins-Treworgy here again, and I’d like to welcome you back to the Chains of Strange. This month, we take a look at one of my favorite franchises of all time, A NIGHTMARE ON ELM(…)

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TAMMY (2014)

TAMMY (2014) Movie review by L.L. Soares From what I hear, the new movie TAMMY, starring Melissa McCarthy in the title role, was a labor of love for McCarthy and her husband/actor Ben Falcone. You might remember him as the Air Marshall in BRIDESMAIDS (2011). They wrote the screenplay to TAMMY together, and this is(…)

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DELIVER US FROM EVIL (2014)

CINEMA KNIFE FIGHT: DELIVER US FROM EVIL (2014) Review by L.L. Soares & Michael Arruda (THE SCENE: A police car on the city streets at night. Inside, L.L. SOARES and MICHAEL ARRUDA listen to the police radio, when they hear a particularly odd call) LS: A disturbance at a pea soup factory? Let’s check it(…)

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Cinema Knife Fight COMING ATTRACTIONS for JULY 2014

CINEMA KNIFE FIGHT – COMING ATTRACTIONS:JULY 2014by Michael Arruda and L.L. Soares (THE SCENE:  A forest full of Apes.  They sit around their camp, attentively listening to their LawGiver.) LAWGIVER:  And so it was told, that Apes would rise up from humans, and the world would be a better place. Repeat after me:  Ape shall(…)

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Bill’s Bizarre Bijou: DEATHQUAKE (1980)

BILL’s BIZAREE BIJOU By William D. Carl This week’s feature presentation: DEATHQUAKE (1980) Welcome to Bill’s Bizarre Bijou, where you’ll discover the strangest films ever made.  If there are alien women with too much eye-shadow and miniskirts, if papier-mâché monsters are involved, if there’s a multitude of drag queens and camp sensibility, if go-go dancers(…)

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CITADEL (2012)

CITADEL (2012)A review by Paul McMahon – The Distracted Critic The title CITADEL does very little to conjure the imagery and emotion needed to create interest in a feature film. That this film hasn’t been widely viewed and talked about is understandable based on that fact alone. One should not be too hasty to judge(…)

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Scoring Horror: Interview with ANTHONY MARINELLI

Scoring Horror PresentsAN INTERVIEW WITH ANTHONY MARINELLIWritten by Barry Lee Dejasu Telling oneself that cinematic horror is “just a movie” can be the ultimate factor in separating disturbing fantasy from reality.  After all, the people on the screen are just actors, the terrors are just special effects, the setting is just a set— Ah, but(…)

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