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EBENEZER (1998)

Balladeer’s Blog’s Christmas Carol-A-Thon 2016 continues with the 1998 telefilm Ebenezer, the only version of the Dickens classic to feature a whorehouse! Well, as long as you don’t count whatever underhanded business Scrooge and Marley are running in the Alastair Sim version. 486 more words

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Malone (1987)

“I’m Malone.”

Simply put and to the point when asked just who he is. Burt Reynolds stars as the title character in this above average entry from the days when his career seemed to be sliding towards endless straight to video releases. 787 more words

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Young Guns (1988, Christopher Cain)

Young Guns is an Emilio Estevez vanity project, which was once a thing. Estevez lacks the screen charisma and acting ability, but it’s a confusing part. 484 more words

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Day 10 of Noirvember: Palance Noir

Of Jack Palance’s chiseled, high-cheekboned visage, it was once written: “Some faces are masks, others are like architecture. Jack Palance – now, there’s a face! A face like the side of a cliff. 668 more words

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Batman

The darkest of all superheroes … 

The first Batman movie ever made, well, not counting the 1966 theatrical circus act based off the television series ineptly called… 831 more words

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Alone in the Dark (1982)

By Richard Winters

My Rating: 3 out of 10

4-Word Review: Psychopaths escape from hospital.

Dan Potter (Dwight Schulz) is a new doctor hired at a local mental hospital to oversee some of their more violent psychopaths. 511 more words

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The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde (1968)

‘Suppose this potion of yours did work? Suppose it did split the nature of man right down the middle? Might it not produce…a monster?’

Mild-tempered Dr Jekyll faces ridicule from the medical fraternity when he proposes his theories about the duality of man. 879 more words

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