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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

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

Robot Chicken sure knows how to do Peanuts horror skits

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“Arise, arise, great pumpkin!”

If you’re excited for The Peanuts Movie, I tend to think you’re the only one. Nevertheless, Robot Chicken knows how to serve up the Halloween hijinks.  Read the rest of this entry

Leprechaun In the Hood movie review

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“A friend with weed is a friend indeed, but a friend with gold is better, I’m told.”

Neither before nor since has an opportunity like  Leprechaun In the Hood been so squandered.  A magic flute, Ice-T and Warwick Davis as the Leprechaun should be the realization of an alchemist’s dream, but instead, it’s just a bunch of oregano sprayed with Raid.   Read the rest of this entry

Leprechaun 4: In Space movie review

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THIS.

Leprechaun 4: In Space is just as awesome and ridiculous as it sounds.  It may not be the best of the franchise, but it’s the ballsiest Leprechaun movie up to this point.  Read the rest of this entry

Leprechaun 3 movie review

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Do not adjust your sets – that is, indeed, Elvis with the Leprechaun.

Imagine you sit down to write Leprechaun 3 and you say to yourself, “The only thing holding this franchise together is Warwick Davis; we’ve already done a cabin in the woods movie, then we shifted it to the city… where I can I set this flick so it’s up against an even more color background than my title character and take advantage of Warwick Davis’ charm?”   Such is the brilliance of the Leprechaun series. Read the rest of this entry

Leprechaun 2 movie review

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“Try as you may, try as you might, I’ll be licking your face tonight!”

Leprechaun might be the franchise no one asked for, but this second installment goes beyond the claustrophobic confines of the first movie and delivers a charming slasher that might come up short, but moves along well enough.  Read the rest of this entry

Leprechaun movie review

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Just when you thought it was safe to… steal a Leprechaun’s pot of gold.

1993’s Leprechaun may well be the movie from 1993 about stealing a pot of gold starring Jennifer Aniston and Warwick Davis in the title role.  By that I mean this movie is novel because of its cast and the sheer wackiness that it exudes, but otherwise, it’s a below average flick.  Read the rest of this entry

Great Movie Moments – A Nightmare on Elm Street: Come to Freddy!

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Sometimes, a movie has a scene in it that transcends the movie itself.  A Nightmare on Elm Street has several of those scenes, but here’s my favorite.  “Come to Freddy!” is one of those Great Movie MomentsRead the rest of this entry

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