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Nightbeast (1982) [Troma Dissolves Vinegar Syndrome]

Nightbeast is proof that Dohler and Abrams should have done more together. Serving as a sequel and remake to Dohler’s The Alien Factor, it’s a second stab at a movie you’ll never see...

7.9 Good
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Isle of the Dead (1945) [Warner Archive Blu-ray review]

Isle of the Dead will make you believe in Greek Zombies. While it’s quite an odd film for the era, it allows Karloff to stretch his dramatic muscle. The film was supposed to have been shot a lit...

8.4 Great
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Doctor X (1932) [Warner Archive Blu-ray review]

Doctor X was the precursor to the earlier reviewed Mystery of the Wax Museum. Both were among the last to be shot in the two strip technicolor. If you’re a younger film fan, you’ll remembe...

9 Amazing
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April Fool’s Day (1986)[Paramount Killer Anniversary Review]

April Fool’s Day is a film defined by its surprise ending. While the film continues to have fun to this day, I wanted to revisit it for its 35th anniversary. While I will have missed the Holiday...

7.7 Good
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Toys of Terror (2020) [Resolution Downgrade Review]

Toys of Terror is like if Stuart Gordon tried to direct Krampus…from beyond the grave! Poor taste aside, the film works on a superficial level, I just don’t know if it did anything special...

7.3 Good
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Tourist Trap (1979) [Uncut Blu-ray review]

Tourist Trap is why PG or PG-13 horror shouldn’t be a thing. While it’s marketable and plays better for a longer TV life, I’m not sure if that matters anymore. We live in a streaming...

7.7 Good
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From Dusk til Dawn [Vamps Kill at 25 review]

From Dusk til Dawn is turning 25 and I feel 800 years old. The more we cover these film anniversaries, the older I begin to feel. Such is the nature of life and enjoying film. What we accept as our pa...

8 Great
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The Curse of Frankenstein (1957) [Warner Archive Blu-ray review]

The Curse of Frankenstein was the movie that began Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing working together on film. To horror nerds, this might be the greatest duo in horror history. Don’t believe me...

9 Amazing
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The New York Ripper [4K UHD review]

A blade-wielding psychopath is on the loose, turning The Big Apple bright red with the blood of beautiful young women. As NYPD detective Fred Williams (Jack Hedley of FOR YOUR EYES ONLY) follows the t...

9 Amazing
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