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Dirty O'Neil (1974) - Blu-ray Review

Dirty O'Neil (1974)Dirty O’Neil, released during the same year as The Swinging Cheerleaders and The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, is yet another on wild romp through exploitation flicks.  It is essentially about the love life of a small-town cop.  Filled to the bring with backseat action, corny one-liners, and lots  ...

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The Swinging Cheerleaders: Arrow Video 2K Restoration (1974)

The Swinging Cheerleaders: Arrow Video 2K Restoration

Jack Hill is BACK in a BIG way! For anyone who “hates” on exploitation film auteur Jack Hill’s The Swinging Cheerleaders for its objectification of women – namely cheerleaders – there’s a need for a brief lesson in film and cultural history.  Made during the 1970s, Hill’s movie was a very ...

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Godforsaken - Movie Review

Godforsaken

Some homecomings can be downright deadly! I will lead with this, Godforsaken has plenty of great ideas and scares that could have been written out in a narrative form and bypassed all of the found footage shenanigans for stronger results.  On a horror point, this is a film which didn’t ...

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Dingo - Movie Review

Dingo

“I’ve been to a lot of interesting places, but I don’t think I’ve ever had the pleasure of visiting Poona Flat.” - Miles Davis as Billy Cross For the young John Anderson life in western Australia was never the same after jazz trumpeter Billy Cross (played by legendary trumpeter Miles Davis) and  ...

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Le Cercle Rouge: The Criterion Collection (2005) - 4K Blu-ray Review

Le Cercle Rouge: The Criterion Collection"When men, even unknowingly, are to meet one day, whatever may befall each, whatever the diverging paths, on the said day, they will inevitably come together in the red circle." ...

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Monster From Green Hell: The Film Detective Special Edition (1957) - Blu-ray Review

Monster From Green Hell (1957)Stop Motion animation addicts rejoice!  Monster from Green Hell has been unleashed and, for those few seconds of stop motion glory, it’s worth it! ...

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An American Werewolf in London 4K Ultra HD Blu-Ray Limited Edition (1981) Review

An American Werewolf in London 4K Ultra HDAn American Werewolf in London begins with Blue Moon howling across the speakers while pastoral settings flicker by.  It isn’t until we get to “Written and Directed by John Landis” before we see any signs of life and it is a truck full of sheep, with two young American backpackers, David (David  ...

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The Institute - Movie Review

The Institute

Got baby fever?  Just how far would you go to have one?  Oh, really?  Well, this film might cure that desire for good.   Within the opening seconds of The Institute, an unspeakable horror is unleashed upon a very pregnant young woman ...

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Man on the Moon: 2K Restoration (1999) - Blu-ray Review

Man on the Moon: 2K Restoration

“You’re insane…but you might also be brilliant.” When does a joke go on for too long? Isn’t the point to make the audience laugh? If you’re a comedian, then the answer to the latter would most likely be “yes.” But if you’re Andy Kaufman, then the answer is “no.” He never claimed to be a  ...

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Master - Movie Review

Master (2022)

Something is haunting Ancaster College.  What it is will prove to be unsettling. Writer/Director Mariama Diallo’s Master has arrived and what an unsettling journey into horror it is.  This is a film which must be viewed, discussed, and praised for what it does with the horror genre as an ...

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