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I Want to Live in ‘Corman’s World’

It’s hard to overestimate Roger Corman’s significance. As the director of low-budget fare like It Conquered the World and Creature from the Haunted Sea, Corman is often regarded as a schlockmeister. And though that may be true, Corman is also a groundbreaking filmmaker without whom the landscape of contemporary cinema would look very different. Thankfully, [...]

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Coppola’s Cinematic Nightmare — Twixt

It all started with a dream. Well, a nightmare actually. Francis Ford Coppola’s next film, Twixt, was delivered to him from his subconscious and, fittingly, concerns itself with art and the metaphysical act of creation. If that sounds too pretentious for your tastes, worry not. There are also vampires. The man who gave us The Godfather and Apocalypse [...]

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‘Re-Animator: The Musical’ Knocking ‘Em Dead

Movie fans have long loved director Stuart Gordon’s Re-Animator, renowned for its twisted sense of humor and copious gore. Now, this horror gem is gaining a whole new audience. Gordon has recently taken his 1985 cult classic and, ahem, re-animated it as Re-Animator: The Musical, a tune-filled stage production that’s been packing them in since [...]

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Is it Tiffany and Debbie Gibson? No it’s—Mega Python vs. Gatoroid

The fine folks running The Asylum have done it again. Purveyor of mockbusters and Syfy mega-features such as Mega Shark Versus Giant Octopus, Mega Piranha and, of course, Mega Shark Versus Crocosaurus, The Asylum has now delivered unto us Mega Python vs. Gatoroid, and it’s safe to say that this low-budget delight delivers everything you [...]

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