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CULT CLASSIC CUTIES: ROBIN RIKER as Dr. MARISA KENDALL in ALLIGATOR!

Cult Classic Cuties are characters from some of our favorite cult classics and midnight movies who captured our hearts and/or actresses who got our attention but, sadly, never returned to these type of flicks or whose sexy stars shined only briefly, not quite achieving scream queen status. 311 more words
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Summer Camp Week 4: Werewolf in a Girls' Dormitory (1961)

Dear Readers, what is that Cat Monster Thing in the lower left-hand corner of this poster?! And why does it remind me of an illustration from the copy of… 745 more words

Summer Camp Series

Summer Camp Week 3: The Horror of Party Beach (1964)

Dear Readers, I am partial to horror and monster musicals, especially the dark and beautiful ones like Phantom of the Opera, Jekyll & Hyde… 1,007 more words

Summer Camp Series

I Promise that I Don't Need You

http://www.elephantjournal.com/2015/04/i-promise-that-i-dont-need-you/

I promise that I will never ask for forever.

There is only today, and hopefully tomorrow, but that suddenly between midnight movies and sunrise sex the days will add up to a collection of the best of our lives. 55 more words

Event: Chicago Critics Film Festival

So a couple of years ago I saw a short film named Air Conditions at a Terror in the Aisles event and I fell in love with it immediately. 990 more words

Horror Movies

Scenes from the Roof: How ‘Roar’ magnifies the magic of midnight movies

There’s nothing like watching a cavalry of lions and tigers chase around a suburban family on the big screen during the wee hours of the morning. 1,563 more words

Cory Woodroof

Saturday Matinee: Night Flight

Though I don’t have cable and rarely watch network television online, there’s definitely programs and artists of enduring value I’ve discovered through television. One prime example is “Night Flight”, a carefully curated block of late night programming reminiscent of a YouTube channel for a counterculture blog (long before blogs and YouTube existed). 336 more words

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