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Dog Day Afternoon: Pacino excels in this groundbreaking character study

As we near this year’s Oscar’s ceremony, (28th February), it got me thinking; How many years have contained five films that have actually gone on to be remembered fondly? 891 more words

My Most Stressful Job is My Favorite

My resolution for 2016 is to work on this blog more consistently. Therefore, the goal is one Stardate: Dammit, one Writer’s Rage, and at least one miscellaneous post per month. 1,261 more words

Child’s Play (1988)

Directed By: Tom Holland

Starring: Brad Dourif, Alex Vincent, Catherine Hicks, Chris Sarandon, Dinah Manoff, Tommy Swerdlow, Raymond Oliver

Synopsis: A doll possessed by a serial killer makes his way into the home of Karen Barclay and her son, Andy. 446 more words

Movie Review

The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993)

Director – Henry Selick

Starring – Danny Elfman, Chris Sarandon, Catherine O’Hara, William Hickey, Glenn Shadix, Greg Proops, Paul Reubens


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The Nightmare Before Christmas and the What's This? Moment

The One-Line Summary: In the delightfully dark village of Halloween Town, Jack Skellington the Pumpkin King grows weary of the same old traditions as he plans for the next Halloween celebration and so wanders out into the forest where he discovers something magical in the trees and learns that there is more in this world than just ghosts and monsters but joy and love. 384 more words

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I Smile Back (2015)

D: Adam Salky / 85m

Cast: Sarah Silverman, Josh Charles, Thomas Sadoski, Skylar Gaertner, Shayne Coleman, Mia Barron, Terry Kinney, Chris Sarandon

When we first meet Laney Brooks (Silverman), she’s in her bathroom, looking out the window at her husband Bruce (Charles) and their two young children, Eli (Gaertner) and Janey (Coleman), as they all shoot hoops. 1,128 more words


31 Screams in October, Vol. 2, #23: Child's Play (1988)

Director: Tom Holland

Starring: Catherine Hicks, Chris Sarandon, Alex Vincent, Brad Dourif

There are some children’s toys that are just plain creepy, especially the ones that talk.  1,023 more words

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