Top 15 Most Anticipated Comic Book Movies (And When You Can See Them) — redmangoreviews

Julien Neaves – Editor Thanks to covid-19 a number of comic book movies have been forced to social distance from their original release date, and have been pushed back like a handsy guy in a cosplay convention. For this list we will be taking a look at 15 of those films and ranking my level […]

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James Bond Retrospective: Spectre — The Twin Geeks

We’ve come far in our retrospective, haven’t we? We visited Crab Key and fought Dr. No (1962), we met The Man With the Golden Gun (1974), we came back home to Skyfall (2012), and every adventure in between. We are now at the most current Bond adventure, and today we are going to: See what […]

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Australian Horror Movies: The Best Scary Films from Australia — Creepy Catalog

Although the Australian outback is beautiful, the bush and the creatures lurking within can be quite deadly. That is why there is a whole genre of cinema centered around the outback. This began in the 1970s when a lot of Australian cinema involved survival in its harsh, wild landscape. Famous horror films, like Razorback (1984) […]

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“What’s Blood For, If Not For Shedding?” -Race and Sexuality in Candyman — caitlynkrattziereviews

Robert R. Means Coleman writes in his article, “Studying Blacks and Horror Films,” about the way that black people are represented specifically in the horror genre over the years and how there is a big difference in the way that black people write/direct themselves vs. non-black writers and directors. Horror is a testament to how […]

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Elvira: Mistress of the Dark (1988) – Film Review — KYLE ATWOOD

Plot Summary Horror hostess Elvira, Mistress of the Dark, quits her job after the station’s new owner sexually harasses her. She plans to open an act in Las Vegas, but needs $50,000 for the project. Upon learning she is a beneficiary of her deceased great-aunt Morgana, she travels to Fallwell, Massachusetts, to claim the inheritance. […]

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