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R.I.P.D… defending our world one soul at a time.

April 18, 2013 | By | Reply More
R.I.P.D… defending our world one soul at a time.

The first trailer for R.I.P.D, the horror movie based on the comic-book series of the same name. Kind of like Life on Mars crossed with Ghostbusters and Men In Black and Ghostrider, where Jeff Bridges and Ryan Reynolds play dead cops sent back to the real world by heaven to bring in the evil supernatural […]

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Zombieland The Series… rule #9: watch the frigging series!

April 17, 2013 | By | Reply More
Zombieland The Series… rule #9: watch the frigging series!

More zombie TV, this time in the form of a comedy horror offering from Amazon Instant Video. Not bad, guys!

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Hemlock Grove… dials the nooky and gore to ten, then just keeps on creeping up.

April 17, 2013 | By | Reply More
Hemlock Grove… dials the nooky and gore to ten, then just keeps on creeping up.

Hemlock Grove is the new horror series from Netflix, which kind of takes all the familiar True Blood/Twilight schtick and then keeps on twisting the dial on the sex and gore until your TV set starts fizzing, explodes, and leaves you sitting naked with pieces of glass embedded in your flesh. Are they going to […]

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Movie Monsters In Scale by Mark C. Glassy (book review).

April 15, 2013 | By | Reply More
Movie Monsters In Scale by Mark C. Glassy (book review).

Mark C. Glassy’s book ‘Movie Monsters In Scale’ has a more descriptive sub-title, ‘A Modeler’s Gallery Of Science Fiction And Horror Figures And Dioramas’ which suggests far more than a location. A medical scientist by profession and from the looks of things, we’re also of a similar age, Glassy has the itch and by the […]

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Scary Movie 5 (Frank’s Take) (film review).

April 13, 2013 | By | Reply More
Scary Movie 5 (Frank’s Take) (film review).

Quite honestly, we needed another ‘Scary Movie installment much like an aging shaggy dog needs to open up his own flea-infested hotel. Still, it did not stop the powers-that-be to cram another random and pointless sequel down the throats of moviegoers at the box office. Sure, one can make an argument that the reason behind […]

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Antiviral (Frank’s Take) film review.

April 12, 2013 | By | Reply More
Antiviral (Frank’s Take) film review.

The creepy creativity does not fall far from the twisted tree in the filmmaking realm of writer-director Brandon Cronenberg. Brandon, son of Canadian auteur David Cronenberg (‘Videodrome’, ‘The Fly’), illustrates the fright-oriented frivolity of the ‘family business’ in the gloom-and-doom medical thriller ‘Antiviral’. The younger Cronenberg does not disappoint as the trademark trappings of his […]

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Evil Dead (Frank’s Take) film review.

April 8, 2013 | By | Reply More
Evil Dead (Frank’s Take) film review.

One thing is for certain: ‘Evil Dead’ — both the 1981 Sam Raimi-directed original and the Fede Alvarez-directed 2013 reboot — will definitely please those warped fright fanatics looking for that exuberant guilty pleasure gore to appease their bloodthirsty palates. With the raucous reputation for nightmarish nuances that were a proud and perverse staple that […]

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6 Souls film review (Frank’s Take).

April 5, 2013 | By | Reply More
6 Souls film review (Frank’s Take).

The muddled macabre melodrama ‘6 Souls’ has undergone two movie title changes (it was formerly known as ‘Shelter’ back in 2009) yet the preposterous theme has to do with multiple personalities of a disturbed mental patient. The fact that this hackneyed horror show has been sitting on the shelf for a few years clearly demonstrates […]

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Zombieland the TV series.

April 2, 2013 | By | Reply More
Zombieland the TV series.

Zombieland the TV series has a poster out now for the latest helping of zombies on the goggle-box.

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Room 237 (film review) (Frank’s Take).

April 1, 2013 | By | Reply More
Room 237 (film review) (Frank’s Take).

Filmmaker Rodney Ascher’s amusingly off-kilter, observant and contemplative documentary ‘Room 237′ certainly proves that wild imaginations, sophisticated forethought, crafted misinterpretations and selective conspiracy theories can be artfully applied to almost anything th Filmmaker Rodney Ascher’s amusingly off-kilter, observant and contemplative documentary ‘Room 237′ certainly proves that wild imaginations, sophisticated forethought, crafted misinterpretations and selective conspiracy […]

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