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NY Comic Con ’15: ‘Ash vs. Evil Dead’ Panel

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During my third day at NY Comic Con, I left the Javits Center and went over to the Hammerstein Ballroom for the Ash vs. Evil Dead panel.  Once I finally got in, I received a free foam chainsaw with the … Continue reading

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Darkman (1990)

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“I’m everyone, and no one.  Everywhere, nowhere.  Call me… Darkman.” Following the success of 1987’s Evil Dead 2 and his failure to obtain the film rights to The Shadow, Sam Raimi would finally make his studio debut (courtesy of Universal) with … Continue reading

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Drag Me To Hell (2009)

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“You shamed me,” Mrs. Ganush says to Christine Brown.  “I begged you, and you shamed me.” Although Sam Raimi achieved worldwide success with his Spider-Man trilogy, he would soon walk away from the franchise due to the short deadline Sony … Continue reading

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Happy 2nd Birthday To ‘The Cinematic Frontier’

I’ve been so busy at work that I almost forgot that my little blog, The Cinematic Frontier, turned 2 today.  I’m thankful for the amount of followers I gained in the last year (100, putting me at a total of 196 … Continue reading

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Blu-ray Tuesdays: 2/18/14 Recommendations

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Joel & Ethan Coen: An Appreciation Part One

Joel and Ethan Coen are two of the best American filmmakers ever.  I’ve enjoyed their films over the years; they’re offbeat, humorous (especially at unexpected times), and noirish.  One of Joel’s early credits was working as an assistant editor on … Continue reading

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The Evil Dead (1981)

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“No, no.  It was the woods themselves!” sobs Cheryl to Ash.  “They’re alive, Ashley.  The trees; they’re alive!” My first encounter with The Evil Dead films was seeing copies of the original trilogy on VHS available at K-Mart 15 years ago … Continue reading