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Elvira—The Vamp of Camp Returns Tonight

Yes, tonight is the night you’ve been waiting for. After way too many years and even more tears, Movie Macabre returns, featuring that ghoul who makes ya drool, the hot horror honey who’s in it for the money, the hostess with the mostest…talent on TV. That’s right, I can only be referring to the one, the [...]

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The Crazies (1973)

As I’ve noted before, George A. Romero, whose career has now spanned more than 40 years, is much more than just “the zombie guy.” He’s an overtly political filmmaker whose films comprise a veritable scrapbook of the times in which they were made. But I don’t want to spoil your fun. He’s also a pulpy, [...]

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Season of the Witch

As we all know, the 1960s and ‘70s were a time of massive political and social change. One of the filmmakers to most often comment and reflect upon this upheaval is a man not usually thought of as a socio-political filmmaker: George A. Romero. That’s right, the zombie guy. While Romero’s living dead have been [...]

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