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Five Freaky Films in 2017

2016 is expected to bring horror remakes, sequels alongside some long awaited releases. Here are five freaky films to look out for in 2017.  586 more words


Two Sides to Remakes.

Remakes of movies have always drawn large attention and criticism, especially when a ‘classic’ film is remade. Some may think it’s a great idea to have the classic film reborn in a new generation while others think it is better to just leave the film where it is and not “ruin it.” There seems to be a misconception that by remaking a film from years ago, kills the originality and creativity. 401 more words

PeaceSmiths Coffeehouse: Friday, March 3rd on Long Island

PeaceSmiths, a Long Island group dedicated to peace, justice, and the environment will host our monthly coffeehouse on Friday, March 3, 2017 at 8pm.

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Recent Viewing: January Favorites

Interplanetary Revolution” (1924)
If you think that sounds like a Sun Ra tune, you’re not far off. If you like Russian futurism and constructivism, you’ll likely enjoy this small gem originally made to be a part of another fantastic film Aelita: Queen of Mars (1924). 165 more words


JB and The Chop Do: The Amityville Exorcism (2017)

Folks, the Chop and I must be masochists. Our OCD will totally not let us just desert these things, and it seems it has become a never-ending series, one we will unfortunately return to time and time again. 1,383 more words


JB & The Chop Do: The Amityville Terror (2016)

Once again JB and I delve into the Crimes Against Humanity section of movie making and take a look at The Amityville Terror. Is it bad?? 1,326 more words


Amityville Considers Ban Of Auto Test Driving On Residential Streets

AMITYVILLE, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — A Long Island village is considering banning auto dealerships from test driving vehicles on residential streets.

Amityville residents say vehicles from nearby auto dealerships that are taken out for test drives create potential safety hazards on normally quiet residential streets, WCBS 880’s Mike Xirinachs reported. 370 more words