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Race with the Devil (1975)

How can you pass up a movie like Race with the Devil? Warren Oates and Peter Fonda get pursued across America in their camper van by crazy satanists? 193 more words

Media Diet

Disillusioned Angels: Troubling the Glory of the Outlaw Biker

This essay was written for a course on drive-in movies at the University of Manitoba in April 2015.

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The 1960s saw the rise of motorcycle club as it is recognized today. 1,986 more words


Confessions of an Opium Eater (1962)

Taking a breather from a succession of Corman/Poe tales, Vincent Price stars as the hero of this rather bizarre tale of human trafficking at the turn of the century San Francisco circa 1902. 495 more words

Daily Take

The Harvest (2013)

For thrills, chills, and scintillating melodrama, look no farther than “The Harvest,” John McNaughton’s most recent venture into the horror genre; but don’t use the film to inform the uninitiated about the perks of homeschooling your kids. 620 more words

Film Review: Race With The Devil (1975, directed by Jack Starrett)

Warren Oates and Peter Fonda versus …. SATAN!

Roger (Peter Fonda) and Frank (Warren Oates) are lifelong friends and business partners who, along with their wives Kelly (Lara Parker) and Alice (Loretts Swit), are planning on taking the “best damn vacation we ever had.”  Traveling to Colorado in Frank’s RV, they decide to camp for a night next to a river.   323 more words


Mini-Review: House of Bodies

House of Bodies

If you’ve ever wanted to see a feature that legitimately ought not be due to the fact that it’s essentially an under-edited short then this film is for you. 217 more words


Ghost Rider (2007)

Director: Mark Steven Johnson

Writer: Mark Steven Johnson (Screenplay)

Starring: Nicolas Cage, Peter Fonda, Brett Cullen, Wes Bentley, Eva Mendes, Sam Elliott

Plot: Stunt motorcyclist Johnny Blaze gives up his soul to become a hellblazing vigilante, to fight against power hungry Blackheart, the son of the devil himself. 1,055 more words