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TOMB OF NOSTALGIA: WITCHTRAP (1989)



WITCHTRAP (1989)

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1989 horror flick is written and directed by Kevin S. 360 more words

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CULT CLASSIC CUTIES: BROOKE THEISS as DEB in A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET 4!

Cult Classic Cuties are characters from some of our favorite cult classics and midnight movies who captured our hearts and/or actresses who got our attention, but sadly, never returned to these type of flicks, or whose sexy stars shined only briefly, not quite achieving scream queen status. 421 more words
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Damning The Film, Not The Filmmaker: A BLOODSTREAM Review

Throughout the history of film, there have been countless movies that have never seen the light of day for one reason or another. Some are too controversial, some are scrapped either before or during production, and then others… well, they just suck. 1,045 more words

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TOMB OF NOSTALGIA: MORTUARY (1983)


MORTUARY (1983)

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Pretty Christie (Mary Beth McDonough) is certain that someone killed her father (Danny Rogers). 505 more words

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Sole Survivor (1983)

Suggested movie tag line: “It’s like Final Destination, only  better! Also, it’s 1983, so what’s Final Destination?!

People should pay me to write those things. 17 more words

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BE MINE! A Review of the 1981 Slasher: My Bloody Valentine!

1981’s My Bloody Valentine  has nearly everything you could want in a 1980s horror film : goofy deaths, silly clothes, gratuitous boobs, and a human heart simmering quietly in a pot of hot dog water. 633 more words

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Nobody Studies Happiness: Ghosts And Madness On The Mountain In A Brief Review Of The Shining

Charles Olson’s gone. But some few years ago, there he was. Saw his mother and she was in a chair as he remembered her when she was alive. 1,016 more words

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