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Shane Black Film Will 'Reinvent' The 'Predator' Franchise Says, Longtime Producer

Hollywood studios certainly appear to be rebooting/relaunching more established properties than ever right now, though it has become increasingly popular in recent years for studios to revive franchises by way of a “soft reboot”: a franchise project that doesn’t fully break continuity from its predecessors, yet at the same time clears the table enough so that future installments won’t need to continue referencing the events in past films in the series. 694 more words


PTS Presents Bradford May POWERCAST


Podcasting Them Softly recently had a terrific chat with Bradford May, longtime TV and feature film producer, cinematographer, and director, who famously shot the classic 80’s favorite THE MONSTER SQUAD for director Fred Dekker from a script by Shane Black.   67 more words


All Grieco, All the Time.

Put on your X-ray specs, because ‘If Looks Could Kill’ is the Greatest Movie EVER!

Click on the movie poster or the title above to download our review of the film, featuring Sean ‘Hollywood’ Hunting. 57 more words

Greatest Movie EVER

Movie Review: The Monster Squad (1987)

In 1985 a movie was released that followed a group of young misfits who set out to find a long lost pirate treasure in order to save their home from foreclosure. 1,431 more words

Horror Movie Reviews

Who's Walter Paisley?

In 1959, up-and-coming actor Dick Miller starred in the film A Bucket of Blood, an hour-long black and white horror flick set during the beatnik heyday, directed by prolific filmmaker Roger Corman (at that point, Corman had already directed over 20 films in the three short years he’d been making movies); it would prove to be a serendipitous meeting, one that would spawn a character that Miller would end up playing several times over the next 35 years. 821 more words


"Night of the Creeps" (1986) REVIEW

Ho-lee shit this movie is great. It’s so perfect, it’s not even funny. It somehow manages to blend three styles of horror film into one. It takes the 50s B-movie genre, the zombie genre, and the space alien genre and mashes it together into this beautiful, funny, cohesive gem. 303 more words