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The Matmor Chronicles: A Look Back at Night Terrors (1993) & The Mangler (1995)

Matty looks back at a much-maligned Tobe Hooper twosome with writer and star Daniel Matmor.

There’s a moment in Tobe Hooper’s NIGHT TERRORS (1993) when, sitting down for dinner upon her arrival in modern-day Alexandria, the father of ingénue Genie Matteson both outlines this sexy shocker’s thematic crux, and seems to pass a disarmingly pertinent comment on the career of its legendary director. 5,224 more words


Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom Set Images

source: Just Jared

Check out these set images from the coming Jurassic World film:

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom  stars Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard along with original  34 more words


Review: Dig Two Graves

At first glance “Dig Two Graves” could be mistaken for just another less than stellar genre movie on Netflix, but it is so much more. This was a film upon viewing I knew nothing of, I was simply scrolling through Netflix one night searching for something to mindlessly watch. 464 more words

Jurassic World 2 Promo Art

We have our first look at promotional art for 2018’s Jurassic World 2. The film is directed by J.A. Bayona from a script by Colin Trevorrow and Derek Connolly. 22 more words


Swing State


Seattle based rock DJ, Ethan Smith, hosts a popular radio program called Ears Wide Shut which appeals to his passion for music but unfortunately, pays a very low wage. 336 more words

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Movie Review: DIG TWO GRAVES - half-baked, would-be supernatural "gothic" revenge plot with a grossly uncommitted script

The title of Dig Two Graves comes reportedly from the writings of Chinese philosopher Confucius, who emphasized the cultivation of character virtues and wisdom above action.  959 more words

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The Silence of the Lambs - Review


NOTE: Jonathan Demme passed away on April 26, 2017, and this review is dedicated to his memory.

In the history of the Academy Awards only three films have managed to sweep up the Big Five, and the most recent one to hold such a distinction is none other than Jonathan Demme’s The Silence of the Lambs. 1,127 more words

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