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Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children (2016)

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“You don’t have to make us feel safe, because you’ve made us feel brave,” says Emma Bloom. I have had a fondness for Tim Burton’s movies for as long as I can remember.  From Pee-Wee’s Big Adventure to Edward Scissorhands … Continue reading

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From Beyond (1986)

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“If there is a statistical correlation between schizophrenia and the pineal gland, they may be feeling or seeing what we saw,” says Dr. Katherine McMichaels.  Detective Bubba Brownlee asks, “Well, what about the hard on I got?  Is there a statistical … Continue reading

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NY Comic Con ’16: Day One Overview

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I arrived at the Javits Center at 9:40am, excited for the first day at this year’s NY Comic Con.  Once I got in, I got on line for the Ash vs. Evil Dead cabin set outside.  I got to tour … Continue reading

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NY Comic Con ’16: Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders (2016)

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“You wanna get nuts?  Let’s get nuts!” exclaims Batman as he brandishes some brass bat-knuckles. I grew up watching reruns of the 1960s Batman TV series on Nickelodeon on weekday evenings (which was nicknamed Nick-At-Nite).  Adam West brought such hilarious … Continue reading

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The Howling (1981)

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“A secret society exists, and is living among all of us.  They are neither people nor animals, but something in-between,” says Karen White. 1981 was quite a year for wolves in cinema.  Michael Wadleigh’s Wolfen gave us wolf spirits who … Continue reading

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The Omen (1976)

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“These are knives.  He wants me to stab him!  He wants me to murder a child,” says Robert Thorn.  Keith Jennings responds, “It’s not a child.”  Thorn replies, “How can he know that?  Maybe he’s wrong.  It’s insane.  I won’t … Continue reading

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Frankenstein (1931)

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“It’s alive! It’s alive! In the name of God! Now I know what it feels like to be God!” exclaims Henry Frankenstein. Boris Karloff worked in Hollywood for over a decade, often being cast in small parts and sometimes playing … Continue reading