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Night of the Creeps [Eureka Classics] (Blu-ray Review)

When an alien experiment goes awry, it crashes to Earth in 1959 and infects a young college student. 27 years later, his cryogenically-frozen body is thawed out by fraternity pledges, and the campus is quickly overrun by alien creatures – whose victims come back as zombies! Fred Dekker’s supremely enjoyable throwback chiller deftly combines classic […]

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‘The Predator’ IS Absurd, Goofy & Fun 80’s Cheese (Movie Review)

The Predator is a sequel that feels like it was a long time coming.  Like Alien it’s such a lucrative franchise and almost a guaranteed success for Fox, but regardless all we really have is four of them now to enjoy.  And yes, this is the fourth installment in the film franchise, which succeeds Predator (1987), […]

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Night of the Creeps [Eureka Classics] on Blu-ray & DVD October 8, 2018!

When an alien experiment goes awry, it crashes to Earth in 1959 and infects a young college student. 27 years later, his cryogenically-frozen body is thawed out by fraternity pledges, and the campus is quickly overrun by alien creatures – whose victims come back as zombies! Fred Dekker’s supremely enjoyable throwback chiller deftly combines classic […]

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RoboCop 3 – Collector’s Edition (Blu-ray Review)

Like Dr. Sam Beckett used to do through time, Scream Factory (Shout! Factory, in general) is on a mission to put right what once wrong.  Giving to us the versions of films we like that celebrate the fan and collector, while the studio original just put out a minimal effort.  And now its time to […]

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Forgotten Friday Flick – “The Monster Squad”

With the great Shane Black (he of The Nice Guys and Kiss Kiss Bang Bang!) debuting a cast pic for his new outing The Predator this week, why not go back to a flick that he and The Predator co-writer Fred Dekker previously penned together that kicks serious 80’s ass?  Welcome to Forgotten Friday Flick! […]

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Robocop Trilogy (Blu-ray Review)

At long last the complete Robocop Trilogy has finally arrived on Blu-ray!  The first Robocop had already been released, with the exceptions of Robocop 2 and Robocop 3. The review for the Robocop Trilogy will be a cumulative review.  Readers may notice slight formatting differences, but should rest assured that they will be adequate score […]

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