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Warlock: The Shifting Sands

Julian Sands.  Mention the name to any English major with a girlfriend*, and watch them seethe involuntarily and mutter, "O’ Paynfull Memr’y".  The name "Julian" was on their lover’s lips and in their lover’s sleepytime dreams after his limpid…

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The Title of Girl, Interrupted

Catch Girl, Interrupted on Sunday, May 13 @ 5:30P | 4:30C, and stay tuned for the enhanced version at 8P | 7C! Girl, Interrupted author Susanna Kaysen took her memoir’s title from the painting “Girl, Interrupted At Her Music”…

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New Lynch Film

David Lynch is teaming up with his daughter to create a new feature-length entitled Surveillance. The pitch: An FBI agent goes to a small town full of creepy liars.  Government agents are familiar antagonists for Lynch, but this time…

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Fear Friday: Psycho II and III

Anthony Perkins, appearing on the David Letterman show to promote Psycho III,  stopped to correct Letterman when the host referred to the Psycho series as horror.  "They’re not really horror movies," Perkins said. "They’re tragedies."  Letterman, replied in usual…

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Chiller Aftermath

Went to the Chiller Convention this month and brought the camera. This guy might have had a better time, however.  Looks like he got to slink up next to the original Buffy the Vampire Slayer.  It was a cool…

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Zombie Newspaper

Five or six years ago there were only a few hardcore zombie movie fans, and then suddenly everyone was infected.  Was it because 28 Days Later was so awesome?  What was the tipping point? I say it was video…

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Monster of the Week: Gamera!

We’ll use our quote of the week to introduce our Monster of the Week, and we’re not fooling around.  You get an HP Lovecraft quote: "The oldest and strongest emotion of mankind is fear, and the oldest and strongest…

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Basic Instinct

With over-the-top sex appeal and swagger to spare, Basic Instinct outraged special interest groups and enticed early-’90s moviegoers, quickly earning its place as one of the top grossing movies of the decade. Director Paul Verhoeven breathed life into Joe…

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Simple Pleasures

Over the weekend I was riding on a subway, and it  slowed and then it stopped, and I  could see the dim lights they use to sort of light the  tunnel, sort of.  There was graffiti on the wall …

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In Theaters: The Invisible and Wind Chill

Movies often come in twos in Hollywood: If there is one Volcano movie in theaters, there’s a second. When a Mars movie appears on the horizon, sure enough, there’s a second Mars movie right next to it.    This…

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