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  • The Strange Vice of Mrs Wardh

    The Strange Vice of Mrs Wardh


    Watched it again because it’s so good, this time I even watched the special features that came with the Severin films disk. After seeing all the passion, opportunities, and hard work of writing put into this simple slasher film, I now know what things happened to motivate the material within the screenplay and how the whole crew involved feels about this movie. But here’s more of an essay/analysis on why this is the definitive giallo film that I extremely recommend…

  • Die, Monster, Die!

    Die, Monster, Die!


    DIE, MONSTER, DIE! features a lot for horror fans because your two leads are Boris Karloff who’s famous from Frankenstein and then you have Nick Adams who’s famous from Frankenstein Conquers The World. While the movie isn’t a Kaiju movie despite the Nick Adams lead and this movie being released the same year as Invasion Of Astro-Monster it’s actually based on The Colour Out Of Space by HP Lovecraft. The story is told a little differently than the recent Richard Stanley…

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  • Fatman



    The poster for this movie and even the concept itself makes this seem like it’s some self aware dumb action comedy but holy shit, Fatman is dark, gritty, grimy, and ruthless. A lot of things in this movie are so brooding and tough but the writing and character work are so genuine and great. It seems like this movie was fun to make but the cast & crew knew to take it seriously and that’s what I really appreciate about this.…

  • Gremlins: Recall

    Gremlins: Recall


    The more mogwai, the merrier

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  • Clash of the Titans

    Clash of the Titans


    Boldly earnest for all the right reasons. Kinda lives in the shadow of Ray Harryhausen’s other Greek mythology monster epic, Jason & The Argonauts, indeed not as much of a crowing achievement in its success as Jason & The Argonauts, Clash Of The Titans is still a thrilling decorated gorgeous epic. The set designs of this movie are just wonderful, it’s very very decorated and stylized, looks exactly how I often imagined Ancient Greece when I used to read the old books…

  • Never Rarely Sometimes Always

    Never Rarely Sometimes Always


    If I was to write out what I actually think of this movie, I would be banned from Letterboxd