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Back to Camp for Another ‘Wet Hot American Summer’

Of all the crazy cult comedies out there, Wet Hot American Summer may just be the cultiest. Like any good cult flick, the film — a satire of summer camp movies such as Meatballs — bombed at the box office when it was released in 2001. But over the years, also like any good cult [...]

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No one can argue that Dario Argento is a master of horror. A major force in macabre cinema for more than 40 years, Argento has reinvented himself several times throughout his career. As a writer, producer and director of movies both giallo and horror, including such acknowledged classics as Suspiria, Deep Red and The Bird [...]

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Now Playing at the House of Grind—The Astro-Zombies

Gather ’round, my friends! The House of Grind has a winner this time. Now, I have to admit this flick isn’t really very good, but it does have a certain something. The Astro-Zombies, released in 1968, was made by exploitation auteur Ted V. Mikels and stars John Carradine, in one of his patented mad scientist portrayals; [...]

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Update or Teaser?

All right, let’s see. I went in to this website the same way I go through life: with good intentions and little forethought. I’ve been at this a little less than a month now, and I’m still not sure what I’m doing. So bear with me. One thing is sure—I couldn’t have done this without [...]

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