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  1. Review: Girl House

    Over the course of my reviewing career, I've offered many caveats along the lines of movies that acted as cautionary tales, such as "don't swim in the ocean at night", or "don't walk in the woods alone", or even "don't shove that massive collection of heroin where the sun doesn't shine so as to not get picked off by the authorities." But now I can honestly say that the following warning can be issued without batting an eye: "please don't ...

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  2. Interview with Dee Wallace, "Hansel & Gretel"

    Dee Wallace was pursued by a clan of cannibal killers in Wes Craven’s “The Hills Have Eyes” (1977), terrorized by a pack of werewolves in Joe Dante’s “The Howling” (1981), briefly got a break from horror films as a sympathetic mother in Steven Spielberg’s sci-fi hit “E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial” (1982), and nearly ends up lunch for a rabid St. Bernard in the heart-stopping “Cujo” (1983).

    And those were just the first few years. With over 200 credits to her name (and counting), fans ...
  3. A gift from Android was a good read

    Androidvirus sent me an incredible magazine from 1979 that brought back memories and reminded me of how good films were back in the golden age.

  4. Universal, the Next Generation: "Dracula Untold" (2014)

    As his kingdom is being threatened by the Turks, young prince Vlad Tepes must become a monster feared by his own people in order to obtain the power needed to protect his own family, and the families of his kingdom.

    Any time a Dracula film is made, it has a stigma put upon it. There have been many, probably scores, of films about Dracula, but only a small handful that have gone on to be classics. Those include Murnau's "Nosferatu", Universal's original "Dracula", ...
  5. Interview with Marjane Satrapi, "The Voices"

    Marjane Satrapi is kind of a big deal. The Iranian-French author came to the world’s attention when she published her autobiographical graphic novel “Persepolis”. Going far beyond the average “comic book”, Satrapi’s life story achieved critical acclaim and became a staple in college classrooms around the world.

    A woman of many talents (and able to speak several languages), the options available to her seemed endless. She got involved in children’s books, and went on to become a film ...
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