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“Halloween II” (1981)

“Halloween II” begins with the ending footage from the 1978 classic “Halloween.” Laurie Strode, portrayed by two time Golden Globe winner Jamie Lee Curtis (True Lies), has managed to survive a hellacious ordeal. Thanks to her own fighting spirit and … Continue reading

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“Halloween” (2018)

On October 25, 1978, John Carpenter’s “Halloween” premiered in Kansas City, Missouri. The movie has gone on to achieve iconic status within the annals of horror films. From what I’ve read, and from interviews that I’ve seen with cast members … Continue reading

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“Final Girls by Riley Sager”

A decade has passed since Quincy Carpenter, on who the book “Final Girls” is centered, became the only survivor of killer, Joe Hannen’s deadly rampage. The incident, in which five of her college friends perished, was dubbed the ‘Pine Cottage … Continue reading

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“Road Games”

While watching director, Steven Spielberg’s, 1971 film, “Duel,” I began thinking of another film that involved a truck driver and the vastness of the open highway, “Road Games.” Directed by Richard Franklin, (Hotel Sorrento) the engaging, stylish, part drama and … Continue reading

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“Halloween – 35 Years Later, Still One of the Best”

“I met him, fifteen years ago; I was told there was nothing left; no reason, no conscience, no understanding; and even the most rudimentary sense of life or death, of good or evil, right or wrong. I met this six-year-old … Continue reading

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“John Carpenter – A Director Who Wears Many Hats”

“When you’ve been in the movie business for as long as I have your priorities change. The reasons I got into it in the beginning were very pure. I was driven by a creative urge to be a part of … Continue reading

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