Alien 3

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Now Playing: Opus 37

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Now Playing: Dissolving Time

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Frank N. Stein

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Begging For Candy

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Robert Zemeckis Producing Blue Book

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The series follows Dr. J. Allen Hynek, a brilliant college professor recruited by the U.S. Air Force to spearhead this clandestine operation that researched thousands of cases, many of which were never solved. Each episode will draw from the actual files, blending UFO theories with authentic historical events from one of the most mysterious eras in United States history.


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Haunted Overload 2016

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Halloween Brew

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The Void ~ Review

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If you get down to the nitty gritty, there’s two things I love in a horror movie: wild ideas and a respectable execution, with extra credit if it attempts a 70s or 80s pastiche. The Void is unhinged, unabashedly weird, and audaciously retro. While it’s not a screaming success across the board, there’s so much great stuff here that fans of John Carpenter’s early work, Stephen King, and H.P. Lovecraft should run to find this. It’s easily one of the best horror films this year.

For starters, understand The Void is an indie with no-name actors (unfortunately only one or two notable performances) and while it’s a low-budget film, it makes the most of every aspect. Every dollar of it’s budget ends up on the screen. This is a hardcore 80s throwback with a deliberate slow pace, solemn tone, and epic cosmic horror that echo classic films like The Thing, From Beyond, and Hellraiser. It is also a messy, gory film with horrific monsters done with practical effects (almost unheard of in the digital age) that evoke Lovecraft’s minions.

The film starts in the lazy outskirts of a small town, then escalates quickly with some monstrous action in a nearly abandoned hospital, then shifts again into an unraveling mystery that seems familiar yet the dread keeps building, and then there’s just utter madness in the third act. Ultimately, this movie is all about the trip and not the destination, and like much of Lovecraft’s work, is more about the feelings the movie evokes and the big ideas at the periphery. It won’t please everyone, but given the right frame of mind, this is one will move you. Where it moves you is beyond explanation.

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To Tony: I Had Such Sights To Show You

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