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The Wacky World Of Low Budget Horror

"Demon-infiltrated priests.  Vampires with a hunger for a Type O chaser."  So begins Film Threat’s Phil Hall’s interview with low-budget horror director John Orrichio.  The New Jersey-based filmmaker’s guerrilla style of cheapo moviemaking is becoming better known after films…

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You R Harry Potter and The Order of the Phoenix

During the past few days, I’ve looked at why Harry Potter and The Order of the Phoenix is the best of the Potter films.  But I don’t want to forget the main reason.  It sounds corny, but if it…

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Farscape DRD Plushies

I’ve mentioned before that I’m a big Farscape fan. A bumbling Southern Yahoo in space full of flatulent aliens having weirdo sex with each other while a ghoul in a S&M suit hunts them and their living ship (which is…

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I See Horror in Unexpected Places

As promised, here’s a snapshot of one of the Skinwalkers posters on the NYC subway.  We thought it might be a cool idea if our readers, that’s you, goatlings, might send us photos from time to time of horror posters…

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A Is for Atmosphere (Part One of “The ABC’s of Horror,” an intermittent 26-part series)

What’s the most important ingredient in a horror movie? You got it. While some might want to argue that a horror movie should first and foremost be scary, the truth is that if it’s not atmospheric it doesn’t matter…

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Prison Thriller

This is beyond anything you have yet witnessed.Go directly to jail!…

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The Emmys Love Sci-Fi

The list of nominations for 2007 Emmy Awards has been released. And — none too surprisingly, given the surplus of sci-fi on television nowadays — there’s a lot of recognition of the genre….

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SF Is Dead, Long Live Science

Over at Discover Magazine, the improbably named Bruno Maddox has written a fantastic and doubtlessly contentious article on the obsolescence of science fiction as a delivery system for big, world-changing ideas. It’s the kind of article that you can love…

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Robbie the Robot: The Alarm Clock

I have always loved Robbie the Robot, plucky mechanical star of Forbidden Planet and The Invisible Boy. He’s everything a robot should be: courageous, loyal, retro-futuristic and somewhat bumbling. Unless someone finally invents a promiscuously-programmed Marilyn Monrobot, Robbie is forever…

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80 Years of Robots in Hollywood

To celebrate the anniversary of Fritz Lang’s Metropolis, Time Magazine has thrown online an overview of the past 80 years in Hollywood robots. It’s a fun read, subtly walking us through the evolution of robots in cinema, not just aesthetically,…

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