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Algernon Blackwood: Nature’s Dark Muse

10 min

If any man ever had a name more suited for a writer of strange and supernatural tales than Algernon Blackwood, it would be difficult to imagine.

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5 min

Fangs Out Movie Review

The great unknown beckons, and when reason, logic and common sense tell you to take the safe path, you have to throw caution to the wind and take a chance.

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5 min

Esme, My Love Movie Review

Sometimes ambiguity is a blessing. Sometimes a curse. First-time feature film director Cory Choy’s Esme, My Love straddles that line in ways….

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20 min

I’ll Be Reviewing: An I’LL BE WATCHING Movie Review

As many struggling writers have had to do a time or two or three, I’ve had to write some very stupid things for very little money. I’d much rather write ….

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Abruptio Movie Review

Call it fate. Call it luck. Call it karma. I believe that everything happens for a reason. I believe that I was destined to see Abruptio.

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Hunt Club Movie Review

Hunt Club is a mashup of I Spit on Your Grave (2010) and Hostel (2005) in the sense that the basic concept is simply people hunting people….

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SAPPHIRE & STEEL: British TV’s Other Time Travelers

When considering British time travelers, a certain chameleon-like eccentric with many faces and lives inevitably comes to mind. However….

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Wolf Garden Movie Review

Wolf Garden, which is not only written, directed, and produced by Wayne David, but stars him as well, is a terribly slow-burn of a werewolf film.

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Ghost Town Movie Review

A lone drifter stumbles through the desert of the old west. Ragged and sun-beaten, Solomon (Owen Conway) looks ready to keel over and die at any moment.

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The Welder Movie Review

What do you get when you take Get Out (2017) and mix it with Frankenstein (1931) and toss in a bit of The Island of Dr. Moreau (1996)—yeah, that one?

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