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The trailer for Netflix's 'Richie Rich' was NOT what we were expecting

It’s been said there are only so many plots in Hollywood, so the numerous amount of remakes come as no surprise. Some, like Girl Meets World… 325 more words


Movie Review: The Lost Boys (1987)

The Lost Boys is a cult classic 80s vampire movie about two brothers; Michael (Jason Patric) and his younger brother Sam (Corey Haim). The brothers move with their recently divorced mother, Lucy (Diane Wiest) to the beach community of Santa Carla, California which just so happens to be the largest murder capital in the world but that’s not the only thing they have to worry about….. 539 more words

Horror Movie Reviews

Style and Starlet Power: Alfonso Gomez-Rejon's 'The Town That Dreaded Sundown'

I’ve never been a dedicated viewer of the horror genre, so Charles B. Pierce’s 1976 film The Town That Dreaded Sundown has always been vaguely familiar to me. 234 more words


Movie Review: The Town That Dreaded Sundown (2014)

In 1976, Charles B. Pierce released the cult horror classic The Town That Dreaded Sundown. Any horror fan that is in their 30’s is sure to remember seeing this movie on the shelves of their local video store. 692 more words


Why the Left Hates American Sniper

Hating evil is just as important as loving the good. Because if you don’t, you’re likely to give evil a pass

Rabbi Shmuley Boteach writes:  903 more words

War Room

Edward Herrmann Narrated PBS' 'Cancer' Docu As His Final Project – TCA

Edward Herrmann’s last project was narrating a three part, six-hour documentary on cancer for PBS, Cancer: The Emperor Of All Maladies, debuting March 30.

Herrmann collapsed during his first day working on the narration, director Barak Goodman told TV critics at the TCA Winter Press Tour. 392 more words


Celebrity Deaths: I'm a Big Brave Dog

Lately, it seems like every time I went online I read about the passing of another celebrity. What struck me the most about this round of celebrity deaths (the rule of 3s seemed to multiply this time around) was that many of them were stars from my childhood or the childhoods of others. 1,045 more words