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Phantasm is definitely a movie whose entertainment value lies not in its quality, but in the extreme lack thereof. Sure, there’s a few seeds of good ideas, a nice shot or transition here or there, and the recent Remaster by Bad Robot is top notch. 35 more words


John’s Horror Corner: Phantasm (1979), the Tall Man and the seven evil dwarves.

Complete, awesome absurdity is what we have here in this highly ambitious horror classic.  Here’s my take on the plot: a supernatural funeral director who occasionally seduces men (in the form of a young woman) employs bladed flying murder balls to kill people who interfere with his mission to create undead midgets whom he outsources as slave labor on an ultra-high gravity planet.  820 more words

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P.M.R.Bonez88 and Dark Shadow's Movie Review: Phantasm Ravager (2016)

The fifth and last Phantasm movie which was directed by David Hartman and produced and written by Don Coscarelli and along with the stars returning Reggie Bannister, A. 50 more words

Movie Reviews

In Defense Of: Pascal Laugier’s 'The Tall Man' (2012)


How do you follow up the most notorious film of the entire New French Extremity canon? Many genre fans would argue that Pascal Laugier, who wrote and directed the blood-soaked… 981 more words

REVIEW: Phantasm - Ravager (2016)

2016, Silver Sphere Productions

David Hartman
Don Coscarelli
Don Coscarelli (original characters and screenplay)
David Hartman (screenplay)
Cinematography: 865 more words

American Films

The Tall Man

note to self: watch Phantasm 2 through 5 soon. I’vet seen the first one a bunch of times, but just never got around to the rest. Weird!