Monthly Archives: October 2017

“Child’s Play – The Film That Launched The Chucky Franchise”

“Child’s Play” doesn’t take time building its opening, but gets to the action immediately. Charles Lee Ray, portrayed by BAFTA and Golden Globe winner Brad Dourif (One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest), is running through downtown Chicago, attempting to avoid … Continue reading

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“Vicious & The Prey – Entertaining Short Horror Films From England”

Vicious: Lydia (Rachel Winters), returns to her home one evening and finds her front door unlocked. She is a bit taken aback because she lives there alone, since her sister, Katie, (Isabelle King) died under mysterious circumstances. Lydia takes a … Continue reading

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“Salem’s Lot” (1979)

Ben Mears, portrayed by David Soul, (Starsky and Hutch) returns to the town of Salem’s Lot, Maine, where he lived up until the age of 10. Ben is a novelist, and the current book he is working on, has to … Continue reading

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“Slice of Cherry by Dia Reeves”

The Cordelle sisters, Kit and Fancy, aren’t typical teenage girls. For starters, their father, Guthrie Cordelle, is an infamous murderer, known as the Bonesaw Killer and is awaiting his execution on death row. The sisters reside in the fictional town … Continue reading

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“RAW – Polarizing Film From French Director Julia Ducournau”

“Raw” is a disquieting movie to say the least. The rumors, however, of it causing many people to pass out while watching its premiere, on May 14, 2016, at the Cannes Film Festival, have, from all accounts, been exaggerated. There … Continue reading

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“The Glass Floor – Stephen King’s First Professionally Published Story”

No matter what profession someone aspires to reach the pinnacle of, be it sports, music, medicine, law, or in Stephen King’s case, writing, there has to be a first step. For King, his love of writing, started out by first … Continue reading

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“Lemora: A Child’s Tale of the Supernatural” (1973)

“Lemora: A Child’s Tale of the Supernatural” takes place in the American south, during the prohibition era, (1920-1933). At the outset of the film the protagonist, virtuous teenager, Lila Lee, portrayed by Cheryl “Rainbeaux” Smith (Melvin and Howard), is for … Continue reading

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