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The Greatest Trick the Devil Ever Pulled…

For one brief, shining moment in the late-sixties, this guy was Satan’s emissary on Earth. Apparently, the job is not all what it’s cracked up to be. ~Theron Neel

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A Teachable Moment—Nightmare Alley

In my experience, anthology films are usually disappointing. In these movies, for every tale that succeeds, there are often two or three others that fail. Part of the problem is the format’s inherent limitations: It’s really hard to develop a compelling plot with interesting characters in 20 minutes. To try and do it three or [...]

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Witchcraft Destroys Minds & Reaps Souls

In the late 1960s, the supernatural was the In Thing. I’m sure the decade’s tumultuous social change and death of hope had something to do with it—JFK’s gleaming Camelot quickly gave way to Charles Manson’s brutal murders—and when people feel they’ve lost control, they search for answers anywhere. But enough of this mass psychology drivel. [...]

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