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Cinema Fiasco Presents... HERCULES!

Fresh from its triumphal tour of Tasmania, Cinema Fiasco returns to the Astor this Friday, July 25 at 8pm, for a presentation of the 1983 version of… 271 more words

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Ebola Syndrome (1996)

The basic storyline of this film is typical of Hong Kong cat III and b-movie films in the extreme horror genre. The film starts with a wife cheating on her husband with someone called Kai, the husband comes home and Kai kills the husband and wife (cuts out her tongue). 255 more words

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Caffeine Crew Cast of Pods Episode 1

In this inaugural episode of the CCCP we open with a hypothetical: would you rather poop from your mouth or eat with your butt? We some how then transition to the actual topics of the night, cult films, BBC fandoms, Too Many Games 2014, board games, alternate reality games as marketing for books, movies and tv, and the indie movement. 62 more words

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REST IN PEACE INVISIBLE CINEMA

Breaking from my usual posts, I had to take a moment to say goodbye to one of my main sources for many of my film reviews. 101 more words

What's The Japanese For "Schlock?" The Films of Noboru Iguchi

Do you like movies where people’s heads explode into spritzing blood geysers after being cut to ribbons by Japanese ninja darts rapid-fired from the asses of bikini clad girlbots wearing… 1,337 more words

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Companions in the Dark

Last week I wrote about going to the cinema alone so this week I thought I’d talk about cinema-going with friend(s). Though the experience of watching a film is mostly about engaging with what’s on the screen, is also about engaging with the other people in the auditorium, which is why choosing the right person(s) to accompany you is so important. 727 more words

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Clerks: A Cult Comedy

And so I fall, and into the next tumble I go, what flashes before me are memories of time wasted. A lot of it wasted on a handful of movies I watched too many times than could ever conceivably be good for one’s mind. 961 more words