Dan Abel

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Favorite films

  • Twin Peaks
  • The Texas Chain Saw Massacre
  • The Green Mile
  • Terminator 2: Judgment Day

Recent activity

  • The Magnificent Seven Ride!


  • Guns of the Magnificent Seven


  • The Andy Baker Tape


  • Insidious: The Red Door


Recent reviews

  • The Magnificent Seven Ride!

    The Magnificent Seven Ride!


    "Sevens always been my lucky number..."

    Chris Adams is retired from his gunfighting days and settled as a Marshal with a wife. A writer is working on composing a book about his past. He is approached by an old friend and fellow Marshal to help the town he is serving. A Mexican town constantly harassed by a powerful band of bandits that terrorize both sides of the border. Chris has been in these situations before and doesn't want to to…

  • Guns of the Magnificent Seven

    Guns of the Magnificent Seven


    "Cowards die many deaths. The brave only one."

    A group of Mexicans are constantly harassed by a local Colonel and his military leading to many of them being locked away in prison. A representative for their cause travels to find the legendary Chris Adams to set them free. When found he accepts the usual fee of six-hundred dollars and assembles a new team of seven gunfighters to get the job done. The Magnificent Seven.

    Earlier this month I tackled the…

Popular reviews

  • The Witch

    The Witch


    Settlers in colonial New England, William, his wife, and their five kids are Puritans who are banished from their community some time in the 1600s. They take refuge at the outskirts of town on a small farm. Misfortune follows them as their crops rot and their youngest son, a newborn baby, is abducted. Some say there's a witch in the woods beyond the farm and the family have found themselves targets of her wrath.

    The Witch serves as the feature…

  • *batteries not included

    *batteries not included


    "This is the 80's, Mason. Nobody likes reality anymore!"

    I'm 33 years old. I grew up in a time where network TV still had movies on at night time and all day Sunday. Sundays in the fall tended to be reserved for feel-good family movies. Films like The Goonies and Homeward Bound. Classics in their own right but my nostalgic Sunday movie was always *Batteries Not Included. It had a real tie to my hometown and the problems that plagued…