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Stephen King’s The Langoliers (Quick Reviews)

In case you missed it on the YouTube channel, here’s this week’s new episode:  a review of Stephen King’s The Langoliers.  It sure makes the IT miniseries look bad.

You can use this Halloween link to see all of the scary movie reviews, including complete coverage of the Nightmare on Elm Street series!

Thanks for watching and don’t forget to subscribe to the NEW YouTube channel! Subscribing to the show on YouTube helps get the episodes placed higher in YouTube search results and therefore helps more people find out the show exists. It’s a great way to support the show and it’s FREE! If you’re logged into any Google account (Gmail, YouTube, whatnot) you’re good to go. Thanks again!

 

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Stephen King’s IT (1990) review (Quick Reviews)

Now that Halloween is right around the cornder, today makes the beginning of Quick Reviews horror movie episodes for the month of October!  This year’s festivities begin with the original adaptation of Stephen King’s IT, which aired as a two part miniseries in 1990. Read the rest of this entry

Halloween (1978) – Quick Reviews

It’s Halloween, so today’s Quick Reviews, I’ll take a look at Halloween!  Synergy!

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The Blair Witch Project sucks (Quick Reviews)

One more week till Halloween! Today on Quick Reviews, I’m reconnecting with The Blair Witch Project, which was a mistake.

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Psycho (Quick Reviews)

Have you got your Halloween costume ready?  Maybe consider going as the killer from Psycho!  I delve into the horror/suspense classic today on Quick Reviews! Read the rest of this entry

Friday the 13th – 1980 (Quick Reviews)

October rolls on, Halloween prep is in full swing and today, I’m checking out Friday the 13th, the original 1980 edition. remember, there’ll new episode of Quick Reviews during October! Read the rest of this entry

A Nightmare on Elm Street (Quick Reviews)

It’s the Halloween season again and I’m getting into the spirit of things with five spooky new episodes of Quick Reviews!  First up:  A Nightmare on Elm StreetRead the rest of this entry

Quick Reviews returns this Monday, October 3rd!

Head back this way on Monday for the start of the five part Halloween special! That’s five new episodes of scary seasonal flicks every Monday all October long!

Quick Reviews returns Monday October 3rd for Halloween!

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There are five Mondays in October, so that means five reviews of ghoulishly scary monster movies are coming your way, just in time for Halloween!

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The Nightmare Before Christmas movie review

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As it’s available on Netflix, I finally got around to watching The Nightmare Before Christmas.  Not being a big Tim Burton fan, I dialed my expectations down… then just a tiny bit back up again when I realized he neither directed the movie nor wrote the screenplay.  Over 20 years after it was new, I watched the stop motion film with the 94% Rotten Tomatoes score with bated breath.   Read the rest of this entry

Skypemare short film review

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2014 was the year of virtual horror:  the big release had Unfriended and the short film had Skypemare.  There are shorts and then there’s short films worth watching, and this is the latter.  Read the rest of this entry

Horror Hotel AKA City Of The Dead movie review

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The best part about these gas station scenes is that they don’t take place in the titular city, but merely close to it. This tiny village is so evil that its misty atmosphere makes it all the way down the road.

City of the Dead (or if you prefer the American release name, Horror Hotel) may well be the smokiest movie ever made, but it’s also a decent little movie.  The comparisons to Psycho are not entirely unfounded, but to be fair, this is no Hitchcock movieRead the rest of this entry

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