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Dementia 13 Review

Details:  Directed by  Francis Coppola   Produced by  Roget Corman  Written by  Francis Coppola  Released  September 25, 1963   Running time  80 minutes.   Budget  $42,000  Cast  William Campbell, Luana Anders, Bart Patton, Mary Mitchell   Break Down:  A husband and wife go out late one night for a ride in their rowboat. While they are

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Nosferatu (1922): The Birth of a Genre

With so many horror movies available in the market, it is easy to get whatever you want. If you are a lover of slasher films, there are a plethora of movies that will meet that criteria. If a good paranormal film is more your style, take your pick. With all

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Tales from The Crypt: Dig That Cat He’s Real Gone

Season 1 Episode 3  Sideshow freaks, unfortunately, are a thing of the past. In fact, it is not even politicly correct to use the term “freak” when discussing this long-gone form of entertainment. Which is okay, time moves forward, and progress must be made. Luckily for anyone wanting to scratch that

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Creepshow: The Companion

Season 1 Episode 4  One thing that will always be creepy is a scarecrow. Sure, there can be cute ones at times that folks love to look at or even singing ones who wished they had a brain. But if you even took those cute ones and placed them in the

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Creepshow: Lydia Layne’s Better Half

Season 1 Episode 4  Watching the elite of the business world get their come-up-ins is always entertaining. I don’t know what it is about watching someone who has it all lose everything in the blink of an eye that is satisfying, but I am glad that Creepshow understands what we want.  The episode

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The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse

Director: Rex IngramWriter: June MathisBased on the book:The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse by Vicente Blasco Ibanez.Composer: Louis F. GottschalkReleased: March 6, 1921Budget: $800,000Box Office: $9.2 millionCast:Rudolph ValentinoBridgetta ClarkPomeroy CannonAlice TerryJosef SwickardWallace Beery Breakdown:  The film opens with the story of Madariaga, “The Centaur.” The Centaur is a self-made millionaire in

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Dr. Strangelove: How I Learned to Stop Worrying

Details:Directed by Stanley KubrickWritten by Stanley Kubrick, Terry Southern, and Peter GeorgeBased on the book Red Alert by Peter GeorgeMusic by Laurie Johnson Cast:Peter SellersSlim PickensTracy ReedGeorge C. ScottKeenan WynnSterling HaydenBudget: $1.8 millionBox office: $9.4 million There are few movies that one HAS to see. Dr. Strangelove is at the

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Metropolis (1927) Review

Details:Directed by: Fritz LangWritten by:Thea von HarbouFritz LangCast:Alfred AbelBrigitte HelmGustav FrohlichRudolf Klein-RoggeMusic by Gottfried HuppertzReleased: 1927 Breakdown:  The future is glorious and filled with fun and idle play unless you are a worker. In the megacity of Metropolis, equality is non-existent. On the surface, the wealthy elite spends their time

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Creepshow: The man in the Suitcase

Season 1, Episode 3 Season one, episode three starts with a spine-tingling story of revenge and ends with a shocking twist of greed. The man in the Suitcase begins in an airport where we meet Justin (Will Kindrachuk). Justin is having a hard time. His girlfriend just left him, and thanks to some

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