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2019 Scarecrow Psychotronic Challenge: Day 16: Option 3 and Option 4: Thunder Alley (1985) and Second Time Lucky (1984)

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[31 Days Of Horror '19] Mini Reviews: Burnt Offerings (1976) and Black Sheep (2006)

Mini Review Day 15: Burnt Offerings (1976)

Haunted house films are a main stay within the horror genre, some work and others don’t. If there isn’t the right atmosphere and story, the film can fall flat. 739 more words

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Movie Review: Winchester (2018)

Movie Review – Winchester (2018)

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Sarah Winchester, heiress of the Winchester Arms Company, has been using her considerable fortune to build a massive mansion in San Jose, California, for many years. 235 more words

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Mister Superinvisible/L'inafferrabile invincibile Mr. Invisibile (1970)

‘Each molecular combination can always be related to the intensity of the various components of its structure.’

Industrial spies target a research laboratory searching for the cure for the common cold, but the blame falls on a top biochemist when an experimental virus goes missing. 779 more words

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2019 Scarecrow Psychotronic Challenge: Day 16: Option 2: duBeat-e-o (1984)

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'Zombieland: Double Tap' review: Film's mirthful approach to mass murder is disturbing

LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) – The zombies have evolved in “Zombieland: Double Tap”; the comedy not so much. But that’s OK, because Ruben Fleischer’s 2009 breakout hit — which gobbled up $75.6 million in a genre fast approaching its pop-culture saturation point — was already a few steps ahead of the curve: Its central quartet actually knew they were living in a walking-dead movie and were therefore armed to defend themselves against a breed of modern horror baddies to which previous film characters had been frustratingly slow to adapt. 1,003 more words

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