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A Nightmare on Elm Street 4 The Dream Master

“A Nightmare on Elm Street 4 The Dream Master” is the last movie in my Nightmare box-set, but don’t worry. There are at least 18 more sequels. Continue reading

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The Mothman Prophecies

The Mothman is a really lame cryptid. There, I said it. So I guess it makes sense that the movie about the Mothman, “The Mothman Prophecies,” would be lame as well. Jersey Devil FOREVER! Continue reading

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Edit: Guess what? It’s Shocktober and I had an episode and completely forgot that I’ve seen Slither, which is on Final Girl’s Shocktober 2012 list. I’m a dork, huh? Onward for…

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I had to cleanse my brain-palate from the mess that was Bell From Hell so I took a break from movies for awhile. Then I watched Harold and Maude, which was…

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District 9

So, I finally joined the cool kids and saw “District 9.” Now I just wish that I could see the “Avatar” AMP fight the “District 9” exo-suit. Continue reading

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Be Mine Completely

Hey, kids! I’m reposting my review of the movie, Audtion, in honor of Valentine’s Day because this is the most romantic movie I know. I had to cleanse my brain-palate from the mess that was Bell From Hell so I … Continue reading

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Boring, Old, and English, just like you…ul Brynner.

Who doesn’t love a crummy mafia movie? From Robert Frost’s “Mending Mafia.” Continue reading

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