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Marathon, Man

When the Sci-Fi Channel changed its name to SCI FI, I didn’t even realize. But when it rebranded and became Syfy, I was one of those that hated it, complaining long and loud. Here it is almost a year later, and I’ve mellowed. I actually like the new name now. Whatever the channel calls itself, [...]

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Abominable

For the inaugural post in Slammed & Damned’s new semi-occasional, random, intermittent, sporadic, recurrent “Why Do I Own This?” series, in which I view a movie I own but have never watched, I’ve chosen a low-budget, 2006 flick called Abominable. I don’t even remember buying this movie, but apparently I did. Let’s see if we [...]

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Dark Reel

I really don’t know where to start with Dark Reel (2007), directed by Josh Eisenstadt and written by Eisenstadt and Aaron Pope. I’d like to think that this is one of those movies that looked good on the page, but got lost in translation to the screen. But that would ignore the fact that although [...]

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Near Dark

In her 1987 film, Near Dark, Kathryn Bigelow pulls off a neat trick.  She combines a romantic fable with a violent, bloody vampire tale and tops it off with a touch of western—and somehow it all works. Written by Bigelow and Eric Red (best known for Body Parts and the original version of The Hitcher), [...]

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