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  • To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything! Julie Newmar 1

    To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything! Julie Newmar

    To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything! Julie Newmar has held up. It’s weird thinking that there was a time when I would see ads for this flick in the back of Marvel Comics. Specifically, I remember seeing a ton of ads in the back of the X-Men books right...
  • Boom!: Elizabeth Taylor does Camp [Review] 4

    Boom!: Elizabeth Taylor does Camp [Review]

    Boom is an underrated masterpiece from director Joseph Losey. For those that don’t know Losey, I’ll keep the explanation simple. Joseph Losey is a director with a lot of camp following. For the younger crowd, I’ll try to explain away camp cinema. Camp isn’t kitsch. Camp is the celebration...
  • Little [Blu-ray review] 7

    Little [Blu-ray review]

    Little is hurt by one major thing. You’re never sure who to focus on: Issa Rae or Marsai Martin. The duo works great together, but when their plot lines split…you find yourself wondering what’s going on with the other. While this is easier to pull off on TV, the...
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    Maze [Blu-ray review]

    Maze is based on the 1983 mass breakout of IRA prisoners back in 1983. Don’t worry if you don’t know about it. We’re Americans and the rest of the world doesn’t catch our attention. While I can feel our European contingent getting mad over our dismissal of the Troubles,...
  • Ann Rule Presents: The Stranger Beside Me 12

    Ann Rule Presents: The Stranger Beside Me

    The Stranger Beside Me is a TV movie that arrived in 2000. It seems to be getting a Blu-ray release to the sudden rise of interest in Ted Bundy after a string of Netflix releases.  Barbara Hershey and Billy Campbell do their best with the material. However, it’s another...
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    The Illusionist / Resurrecting The Champ [Blu-ray reviews]

    The Illusionist came out in the mid 00s. That was back when AndersonVision was moving from hand coding to adapting to the new world of Web 2.0 and junk. It was a heady time when you could make The Prestige lite and Edward Norton was knocking out performances left...
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    The New York Ripper [3-Disc Limited Edition]

    The New York Ripper has this weird legacy among the later Fulci films. While it had a rather unceremonious bow in Italy during the Spring of 1982, the whirlwind didn’t kick up until its releases in the UK and US. Watching Fulci attempt his take on Hitchcock produced a...
  • Fatso [Review] 22

    Fatso [Review]

    Fatso is one of those movies that perpetually falls into obscurity among new generations of movie fans. Standing as Anne Bancroft’s sole feature directing effort, you would figure that new audiences would find it impressive, yet they don’t. As the years moved on, a film about fat acceptance and...
  • How To Stuff A Wild Bikini [Review] 25

    How To Stuff A Wild Bikini [Review]

    How to Stuff A Wild Bikini arrived as the sixth film in the AIP Beach Party series. After 20 minutes of the film, it should be painfully obvious that logic went straight out the window. Frankie was stationed in Tahiti for some reason, so he hires the help of...

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