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  1. Why Chiller Exists: "Animal" (2014)

    When plans for a weekend vacation hit a dead end, a group of close-knit friends find themselves stranded in unfamiliar territory, pursued by a menacing, blood thirsty predator.

    When Chiller debuted, horror fans the world over were ecstatic. And when they started making original films, they became even more excited. Well, at least those who could find the channel. Unfortunately, many cable providers still do not carry it even when SyFy seems to be standard from coast to coast.
  2. ZombieWorld - Arriving On DVD and Digital: February 24th!!!

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    From RLJ Entertainment comes an anthology that will appeal to even the most fickle aficionados of the undead, with ZOMBIEWORLD: a collection of zombie short films that were hand-picked from an overload of submissions that were sent into both Ruthless Pictures and

    Featuring work from some of the world's most up-and-coming directors, ZOMBIEWORLD will contain a vault-full of blood, guts, and torn flesh that ...
  3. Interview With Michael Ironside

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    The opportunity to interview an actor who you've absolutely idolized over the years doesn't come around too often, and when it does, first: don't come off TOO much as a geek, and second: simply sit back and revel in their words. This chat involves Michael Ironside, and if you don't know who that is, please feel freely to punch yourself squarely in the jawbone! From figmental roles as Darryl Revok in SCANNERS to Jester in TOP GUN, and Richter in TOTAL ...
  4. DVD Review: Frankenstein vs. The Mummy

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    I can very easily surmise this review for FRANKENSTEIN VS. THE MUMMY with a simple likening to back in the days of Mike Tyson boxing matches - you'd get so pumped up for whomever "Iron Mike" was ready to square off against, probably invite anywhere from 10-20 friends over so everyone could chip in on the PPV cost, cook up a crapload of food, consume a boatload of alcohol, and be let down harder than an anvil crashing to the ground from 50 feet up ...
  5. Poetry in Motion: "The Color of Time" (2012)

    The different parts of C.K. Williams' life told through his poems. His childhood, his teens, college years, to when he meets and marries his wife, Catherine (Mila Kunis) and the birth of his children. The film is narrated by different versions of Williams (Franco, Hopper, March, Unger), depicting the different aspects of Williams through the years.

    Williams is not a household name, and probably not even well-known to many academics. Although he has won the Pulitzer Prize and countless ...
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