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  • Re-Animator
  • Burial Ground
  • Cemetery Man
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  • Ingrid Goes West

    ★★★½

  • Fear Street: 1666

    ★★★

  • Fear Street: 1978

    ★★★

  • Fear Street: 1994

    ★★★

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  • The Last Blockbuster

    The Last Blockbuster

    ★★★

    Where I grew up in suburban northern NJ, my local video rental store was called “Video Den”. My sister and I had grown up religiously watching horror and sci-fi movies on our local TV stations (late night “Chiller” features and weekend “Science Fiction Theater” being the most memorable among them). Sometime in 1984 we got our first VCR and were no longer restricted to what our TV stations aired. Video Den opened up a whole new world for us and naturally…

  • Not for Resale

    Not for Resale

    ★★★★★

    I'll watch any movie with my name in the credits :)

    I participated and appear in this documentary and even if I didn't, it would be near and dear to my heart. It's the story of a cottage industry - the local "brick and mortar" videogame shop - and its future chances against the inevitable world of digital distribution. The movie asks the question "as ownership goes digital, what gets left behind?".

    To date, I've only seen the rough cut.…

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  • Ingrid Goes West

    Ingrid Goes West

    ★★★½

    Uniquely addresses all kinds of social and mental disorders. Ultimately I got to see Aubrey Plaza in a Catwoman sex scene, so no further analysis is necessary. Two thumbs up.

  • Fear Street: 1666

    Fear Street: 1666

    ★★★

    Our heroine from 1994 (and every other major character from both previous movies) has done a Quantum Leap back to 1666, everyone is living in some old timey version of themselves and tries out an Irish accent. Uh oh.

    This episode on its own: Starts as a witch tale like most others with a religious town beset by tragedy seeking revenge in the form of a witch hunt. It’s all very rote until the Quantum Leap ends and we get back…

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  • Cemetery Man

    Cemetery Man

    ★★★★

    It’s a work of art, a swath of style and contradiction. It’s a zombie movie with its own canon. It’s equal parts Lynch and Raimi. It’s foreign to an American like me, yet it’s in English. It’s a love story in a unique triangle. Its ugliest images are some of the most beautiful I’ve seen in a horror film. It’s a buddy film with a parallel universe Curly Howard as the buddy. It’s The Walking Dead-creative-killing 20 years before Dead was born. It’s gothic and simultaneously hip.

    “I’d give my life to be dead” - Dellamorte 

    It is absurd. And it makes perfect sense.

  • Hell House LLC

    Hell House LLC

    ★★★½

    Felt very much like a spiritual successor to The Blair Witch Project, which is a good thing because I’d like a good alternative and most found footage movies don’t do it for me. A few genuinely good scares and an overall spooky vibe make this “haunted house Halloween amusement in a REAL haunted house” reality film a winner. Almost definitely better on a rewatch, too, as there are lots of quick peeks at weird stuff and I’d be cheating if I rewound and paused.

    A top 10 horror found footage movie!