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John's Horror Corner: Leprechaun 2 (1994), Bride of Leprechaun…an example of a sequel made by filmmakers who failed history and Sunday school.

MY CALL: This sequel makes me miss the rigid acting in Leprechaun (1993). Although Warwick Davis remains forever a pleasure on screen, his surroundings, supporting cast and writing have collapsed around him like a straw house! 859 more words

John Leavengood

The Wraith

Ghosts come in all sorts of forms…from Casper to Patrick Swayze. But not all ghosts are content to spent a film singing Herman’s Hermits tunes to Whoopi Goldberg. 870 more words


Chattanooga Film Festival 2016: Day 1

I grew up in Chattanooga, Tennessee, and lived there until I left for college. And while I loved – and still really like Chattanooga a lot – one of the things I found about Nashville was that it had a much richer, deeper film scene, thanks in no small part to places like the Belcourt (as well as the more indie screenings at Green Hills). 1,124 more words

Movie Reviews

Tango and Cash (1989)

“If it isn’t Tango, it’s Cash. Tango and Cash. Cash and Tango. These two cops are driving me crazy.” Now that you’ve read that line, close your eyes and repeat it one more time conjuring up the whispering tones of the man who delivered it, Jack Palance. 534 more words

Daily Take

Leprechaun 2 (1994)

R, 85 minutes, Comedy

Starring: Warwick DavisCharlie HeathShevonne DurkinSandy Baron

Unsurprisingly enough, they made a sequel to Leprechaun. Six, in fact. 515 more words


Clint Howard, actor who appeared in Mount Airy-based ‘Andy Griffith Show,’ campaigning for Ted Cruz

WEST DES MOINES, Iowa — You might remember him as Balok the creepy child alien in “Star Trek” or the geeky flight controller in “Apollo 13”, but this week, actor Clint Howard is far from Hollywood, working as a volunteer phone banker for Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz in Iowa. 445 more words


Evilspeak (1981)

First published, a long, long time ago, by Movie Gazette

You might not know his name, but I guarantee that you will recognise Clint Howard’s face. 510 more words