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Peter’s Retro Reviews: Scared To Death (1981)

Tweet by Peter Nielsen ”If you’re frightened by the unknown… wait until you face reality!” Scared To Death is a movie I’ve always been aware of, but for some reason never got round to watching back in the day! One of the reasons it’s stuck with me over the years, is the cover art on the VHS tape, of which…


Peter’s Retro Reviews: The Dark Side of the Moon (1990)

Tweet by Peter Nielsen So, Ladies and Gentlemen… we’ve reached that time of the year again; when the nights are slowly beginning to feel colder. The mornings too, of course, but I’m primarily a night-person, so I tend to notice it more during that time. The days are getting shorter too, which means that the darkness is creeping in sooner…


Three Decades Ago, In a Movie Theater Down the Street: Ten Favorite Science Fiction Films of the 1980s

Tweet By: Dayton Ward The 1980s seems to be one of those “Love it or Hate it” decades. The clothes, the hairstyles, the music, the TV shows, and even the movies all have a very distinctive vibe that just screams “EIGHTIES!!,” right? I mean…neon and pastels, acid-washed jeans, leg warmers, mullets, trimmed beard stubble, Culture Club? Yikes. Sometimes, it’s hard…


Deep-Fried Cheese Movie Review: Bigfoot (2012)

Tweet By Jason D. Grooms There are scant few creatures that speak louder or bigger to the American fascination with monster lore than the super-hairy, unkempt, woods-tromping, barefooted beast we all know and love.  No, I don’t mean me.  I’m talking about the one and only Sasquatch or as you common folk might refer to him, Bigfoot. OK, I admit…


Peter’s Retro Reviews: The Incredible Shrinking Man (1957)

Tweet by Peter Nielsen We’ve come to the point when it’s time to dip into the classics again, don’t you think? And this week I thought we’d take a look at The Incredible Shrinking Man directed by Jack Arnold. He’s responsible for such gems as The Creature from the Black Lagoon (a personal favorite of mine) and Tarantula for instance.…