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Eating Raoul

J&B is quite the accomplice in this liquor store chain of events.

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TerrorVision (1986, Ted Nicolaou)

TerrorVision is a masterpiece of pragmatism. Writer-director Nicolaou works the low budget to the film’s advantage–whether it’s the fifties sitcom nuclear family only with Mom and Dad swinging or how the monster from outer space is cute, even though it’s a disgusting space mutant, with the cuteness makes up for the limited special effects. 500 more words

★½

September 2nd, 2017 Movie - Silent Night, Bloody Night

So back in the day (and if I am being completely honest, it still occasionally occurs today), there would be times where I get movies confused. 1,618 more words

Movie Review

Home Alone (Night of the Comet, 1984)

The world is abuzz over the arrival of a comet that will come unusually close to the earth.  High schoolers Regina and Samantha are not into it and miss the show.  204 more words

Action Movies

Film Review: Eating Raoul (1982)

Release Date: March 24th, 1982
Directed by: Paul Bartel
Written by: Paul Bartel, Richard Blackburn
Music by: Arlon Ober
Cast: Paul Bartel, Mary Woronov, Robert Beltran, Susan Saiger, Ed Begley Jr., Buck Henry, Edie McClurg, Don Steele… 368 more words

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4 Shots From 4 Underground Films: Vinyl, Beauty No. 2, Kitchen, Chelsea Girls

4 Shots From 4 Films is just what it says it is, 4 shots from 4 of our favorite films. As opposed to the reviews and recaps that we usually post, 4 Shots From 4 Films is all about letting the visuals do the talking. 41 more words

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Cult Classics: Eating Raoul

Paul Bartel is not a household name. He had a respectable enough career as a bit actor in a number of TV and film roles and established a solid working partnership with Mary Woronov, a former Andy Warhol “superstar,” with which they were commonly paired as husband-and-wife. 1,171 more words

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