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The King is Dead, Long Live the King

If we learned anything from this past week it’s that Elvis is still a money-maker. To that end I can’t believe no one’s made an Elvis zombie movie. Or an Elvis-resurrected-by-Mad-Scientists movie. It would be great fun for the…

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Friday Night Public Domain Sci-Fi Theater: Attack of the Giant Leeches

Nothing says Cold War science fiction quite as well as mutant rubber monsters, atomic explosions and stern looking Army generals staring through binoculars into the horizon while sucking on a corncob pipe. In other words, all the hallmarks of…

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The Horror Department: Why “Jason” Now Sells Machetes

How does an actor go from mask-wearing horror action star to professional "machete signer"?  By playing Jason in Friday the 13th Part 2, as Todd finds out in his interview with stuntman Steve Dash….

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Doctor Who: Slumming His Way Through The 10th Generation

The Daily P.O.P. has written a thought-provoking and fantastic essay on the evolution (or regeneration) of Doctor Who to meet the expectations of the current generation of viewers. And it starts off with a bang of a quote which perfectly…

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Rosario Dawson to Star, Produce Online SF Animation

Sometimes, there’s no choice but to succumb to the allure of a beautiful actress. You can fight against it, you can tell yourself not to get excited sight unseen, but at the end of the day, the doe-black eyes, the…

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Customs to Browncoats: May I Have Your Passport, Please?

I’ve commented before on the gorgeous intricacy of Firefly’s set and prop guys. It’s amazing, but even though the show only last 14 episodes, they managed to create a palpable, entirely different yet somehow grokkable universe for the fans,…

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Homebrew Lightsaber Duel: Ryan vs. Dorkman

For all its problems, The Phantom Menace gave the world lightsaber combat. Certainly, it existed before: the original Star Wars trilogy featured tons of it. But it was graceless, unagile: two stumbling men swinging fluorescent bulbs at one another…

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Why Ethan Hawke Feared Being A Loser After Dead Poets Society

Ethan Hawke talks about the burden of achieving major success at a young age, and why he feared being a loser when he was only 29 years old.  He also reveals the scene he was most afraid of in…

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Dragons Stomp Korean Box Office

What’s big, scaly, breathes fire, destroys downtown Los Angeles and is also South Korea’s #1 movie?  That would be D-War, the most expensive film in Korean history and now one of their top ten box office hits of all…

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The Greatest Hitchcock Film You’ve Never Seen (And It’s by Roman Polanski)

Roman Polanski’s Repulsion was one of the most influential and popular horror films of its time, a film that was often compared to Hitchcock’s Psycho and, like that classic, brought a new type of psychological horror film to audiences. …

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