Dogs in Horror Movies, Part 1: Zombeavers (2014), Blood Beach (1980) and The Boogens (1981)

“Animals in horror” has always been a fun topic to address.  Today I want to talk about dogs.  Dogs are very versatile tools in horror movies.  621 more words

John Leavengood

My Favorite Performances of this Decade - Part 2: The Top 10!

Hello all. Mark here.

I recently unleashed part one of my 25 favorite performances of this decade (so far) list. It was a random collection of random performances that formed an eclectic mix. 1,650 more words

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The MFF Podcast #16: Mad Max Fury Road and Poltergeist 1982 vs. 2015

Proudly sponsored by the audiobook company Audible, your new MFF podcast episode is here!

You can stream the pod at the Sharkdropper website, listen to us on with your mobile app OneCast, or download the… 298 more words

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Five Midnight Monster Movies Worth a Watch on Netflix: June 2015 Edition

Hello all. Mark here. Sometimes you need to watch cheeky monster movies. They won’t win any Oscars but they will put a smile on your face and satiate your need for B-movie mayhem. 655 more words

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The 25 Best Performances of This Decade (so far): Part One - #11-25

Hello all. Mark here.

If you’ve been reading MFF for sometime you know that we champion certain films, actors and performances. You will also know that our lists are always random and don’t stick to the rules of normalcy. 1,336 more words

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The MFF Podcast #15: The George A. Romero Zombie Special

Proudly sponsored by the audiobook company Audible, your new MFF podcast episode is here!

You can stream the pod at the Sharkdropper website, listen to us on with your mobile app OneCast, or download the… 240 more words

Films And Flix Special

Mad Max: Fury Road: A Beautiful R-Rated $150 Million Gamble That Cannot Be Replicated

Mad Max: Fury Road is a $150 million spectacle that totally deserves its 98% rating on Rotten Tomatoes. I don’t think we will see another R-rated insane fest like this again. 677 more words

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