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Fear of Santa Claus Part 6 (Silent Night, 2012)

In this 2012 remake of the original film, Santa has something he was missing in the first film.  A freaking flame thrower.

The film opens right away with Santa killing an adulterous couple.   358 more words


'A Clockwork Orange' 1971

A Clockwork Orange is a 1971 dystopian crime film adapted, produced, and directed by Stanley Kubrick, based on Anthony Burgess’s 1962 novel A Clockwork Orange. It employs disturbing, violent images to comment on psychiatry, juvenile delinquency, youth gangs, and other social, political, and economic subjects in a dystopian near-future Britain. 87 more words

Crime Film

'Mozart in the Jungle's Third Season is Just a Goddamn Delight

In the third season of Amazon’s Mozart in the Jungle, streaming on Friday, a musicians’ strike forces the fictional New York Symphony to rent out its theater to a mixed-media spectacle for children involving lots and lots of bubbles. 1,082 more words


Star Trek: Generations (1994)

An alien scientist obsessed with returning to a temporal nexus threatens the destruction of an entire planetary system leading Captain Picard to enlist the help of a previous captain of the Enterprise, Captain Kirk. 122 more words


Time After Time (1979) Review

Thirty years ago I last watched Time After Time, Nicholas Meyer’s high concept fantasy in which HG Wells chases Jack the Ripper from 19th century London to 1979 San Francisco. 209 more words

Halloween II (2009)

It’ll be interesting to see what people think of Rob Zombie’s “Halloween II.” With this sequel to his remake, he has not made your typical slasher flick even though it does contain some amazingly brutal and bloody moments. 1,477 more words


Viewed – 30 October 2016  Online-rental

I like Rob Zombie, at least as far as his intentions are concerned.  The execution, not so much but for me he has still delivered some effective movies with a grindhouse, video-nasty feel many horrors ignore in place of glossy production values and pretty actors.   318 more words