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Bede’s Bad Movie Tweet-A-Thon #26: House Of The Dead

Hey everyone! Welcome to the 26th edition of my Bad Movie Tweet-A-Thon series. As you already know last month here on SuperMarcey.com I posted up poll with three bad movies and I said that whichever one out of those three films had the highest votes, I would watch and live-tweet for this column. 1,862 more words


Milla Jovovich Finally Gives 'Pippi Longstocking' The Superhero Treatment She Deserves

From her role as Leeloo in The Fifth Element, to kicking zombie ass in all six Resident Evil movies, Milla Jovovich has made her own unique mark in action movies over the past two decades. 117 more words


Indie Intros: Ron Howard's 'Cards, Cads, Guns, Gore and Death...'

Some people are just born to be filmmakers, I guess.

It’s common for a child to want to pick up a camera. I remember my father filming every Christmas at the house. 707 more words


The Best Moments of one of the Worst Years in Horror: looking back 20 years to 1995

There are great horror films (e.g., Saw, The Conjuring), there are typically color-by-numbers trope-rich sequels (e.g., A Nightmare on Elm Street franchise) and there are zany, gory, low budget direct-to-video releases (e.g., … 552 more words

John Leavengood

Monsters Are Such Interesting People - The Wraith

The Wraith (1986) Charlie Sheen plays the new kid in an Arizona desert town, and has his eyes set on Sherilyn Fenn. She is property of Nick Cassevetes, who is suspected of murdering her last boyfriend with the help of his car-stealing gang that includes whiz-mechanic Clint Howard and a couple of paint-huffing punk rockers, to name a few. 127 more words



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Evilspeak is an early 80s possession/revenge flick that is a lot of fun…mostly for the wrong reasons but, is still a goofy, gory good time. 510 more words

Tomb Of Nostalgia

Ticks Erupt From A Man’s Face While A Child Cheers

Watching Clint Howard have the skin of his cheeks burst by mutated arachnids reminds me of lazy Sunday afternoons. It was a time before I’d decided that I was cooler than my parents and had to watch and enjoy movies that were cooler than the lame movies that they watched and enjoyed. 268 more words