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Cold Sweat (1970)

I’ll agree that this Terence Young directed effort might not be the best movie of Charles Bronson’s career but it might be the best he ever looked on camera. 849 more words

Daily Take

The Beat Generation (1959)

‘You’re the most, but there’s no tomorrow, not while the sky drools radiation gumdrops.’

A serial rapist terrorises the housewives of L.A. attacking them in their homes. 1,131 more words

Movie Reviews

Spielberg Marathon: Duel

“Come on you miserable fat-head, get that fat-ass truck outta my way! ”

“My snakes! I’ve gotta find my snakes!”

“The highway’s all yours Jack… I’m not budging for at least an hour. 827 more words

Film Reviews

I Am Legend by Richard Matheson

Richard Matheson does a very rare thing in this book: not only does he incorporate every cliche but not once do they sound silly. He applies enough science to the vampire condition to make it sound somewhat believable but it doesn’t fall into the trap of giving all the answers. 27 more words

Book Reviews

Trilogy of Terror 1975

This TV movie scared a lot of kids in the 1970’s…including me… It is an anthology horror movie but the last story is the one that is remembered. 242 more words


The Twilight Zone 4.6 - Death Ship

And so back to The Twilight Zone for its peculiar fourth season. I’ve picked just five installments from this year, which was held back as a midseason replacement and given instructions to expand from thirty minutes to an hour. 333 more words

The Twilight Zone

sweet Measure

“Thank you…for gracing my life with your lovely presence, for adding the sweet measure of your soul to my existence.”

― Richard Matheson