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Video: Siskel & Ebert Review – Poltergeist (1982)

Roger Ebert and Gene Siskel review Steven Spielberg’s original Poltergeist on a classic episode of ‘Siskel & Ebert’. Watch the movie review.


Jurassic Park (1993)

A can of Barbasol shaving cream is one of the most famous props in the 1993 film by Steven Spielberg. It actually had an important function in the story: Biosyn’s head of research Lewis Dodgson (Cameron Thor) wants to steal dinosaur embryos from InGen, so he contacts Jurassic Park’s computer programmer Dennis Nedry (Wayne Knight) and promises him $1,500,000 if he’s able to deliver what Biosyn wants. 64 more words

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Atari: Game Over (Zak Penn, 2014)

The Video Game E.T. the Extra Terrestrial is an infamous piece of video gaming history. Everyone knows how it went: in 1983 Howard Scott Warshaw (Yars’ Revenge, Raiders of the Lost Ark) was given five weeks to produce a game for the Atari 2600 system alongside the release of the film and in time for the Christmas market. 433 more words



After a family is forced to move home into a sub-urban estate they soon realise that their children are reacting pretty strangely to their new home, however they decide that it’s probably nothing to worry about (because this is a cliché horror movie and there would be no story if people reacted normally) only to come home one night to find their son in a tree, their oldest daughter distraught and not find their youngest daughter at all. 402 more words

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Decades Blogathon - Jaws (1975)

It’s the penultimate day of the Decades Blogathon, hosted by myself and the immense Tom from Digital Shortbread. The blogathon focuses on movies that were released in the fifth year of the decade. 733 more words