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House of 1000 Corpses

But who’s counting? Rob Zombie grew up a Monster Kid, watching all the horror classics, reading Famous Monsters of Filmland and putting together Aurora model kits. A psychotronic soul if there ever was one, his interests expanded into the usual esoteric … Continue reading

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Monsters Crash the Pajama Party Spook Show Spectacular DVD

Ghosts-a-poppin’ at the midnight chasm of spasms! Step right up, ladies and gentlemen, and witness something that few eyes have seen before: a true DVD masterpiece! On this slim disc you will find not only a collection of the craziest … Continue reading

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The Beyond on DVD

Injury to Eibon This 1981 Lucio Fulci gorefest followed his success with Zombie, and can be seen as a companion feature to his City of the Living Dead (aka Gates of Hell), and perhaps even Dario Argento’s incomplete Three Mothers … Continue reading

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House on Haunted Hill

Boo and Boo again – Castle lives! While earlier this year Jan DeBont’s remake of The Haunting failed because it lacked the emotional connection to hold it’s marvelous f/x together, William Malone’s update of the 1958 William Castle camp classic succeeds … Continue reading

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The Haunting

Boo! The first half of Jan DeBont’s remake of Robert Wise’ The Haunting, based on Shirley Jackson’s novel, does a pretty righteous job of honoring its source. The characters are lively and colorful, with some cute and pertinent new twists. … Continue reading

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Beloved

It’s a Thriller! It surprises the hell out of me that I’m reviewing this for PFS. Full page ads in newspapers, as well as the film’s trailers, sell the picture as a big classic period drama about ex-slaves. What they … Continue reading

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