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Peter’s Retro Reviews: The Midnight Hour (1985)

Tweet by Peter Nielsen So, here we are! We’ve now reached the fifth and final week in this year’s October Spooky Flix Fest and I hope you’ve enjoyed our company this time too. Maybe you’re even curious to check out one or two of the movies we’ve talked about these past couple of weeks. If so, why not come back…


Peter’s Retro Reviews: The Return of the Living Dead (1985)

Tweet by Peter Nielsen “First Paramedic: You have no pulse, your blood-pressure’s zero over zero, you have no pupillary response, no reflexes and your temperature is 70 degrees. Freddy: Well, what does that mean? First paramedic: Well, it’s a puzzle because, technically, you’re not alive… except you’re conscious, so we don’t know what it means. Freddy: Are you saying we’re…


Peter’s Retro Reviews: Braindead (1992)

Tweet by Peter Nielsen ”Some things won’t stay down… even after they die!” So, my friends! We’ve reached the third week in the 2013 October Spooky Flix Fest and I hope you’ve enjoyed it so far? We’re just a couple of weeks away from Halloween and we’ll be there, as usual, to keep you company and maybe give you a…


5 Lessons Learned from Making a Zombie Movie

Tweet by Joel G. Robertson “How would one be able to view the film work you’ve done? I’m very interested in seeing it.” — Hammond Whether he knows it or not, Hammond, long-time listener, contributor (he generously provided us with our current Movie Picks music, sans toilet flushing), and friend (for cripes sake, the dude gave me this!), gave me the little push…


Ep. 040 – TFFP: Night of the Living Dead (1968 and 1990)

Tweet In this episode of The Forgotten Flix Podcast, we’re taking on a double-feature of the undead as we discuss the classic Night of the Living Dead (1968) and the surprisingly effective 1990 remake! Director: George A. Romero (1968 version); Tom Savini (1990 version) Cast of ’68 version: Judith O’Dea, Duane Jones, Karl Hardman, Marilyn Eastman, Keith Wayne, Judith Ridley,…


Retro Movie Review: Shock Waves (1977)

Tweet by Peter Nielsen “Once they were almost human! Beneath the living… Beyond the dead… From the depths of Hell’s ocean! The deep end of horror!” It’s a beautiful day in a tropical paradise somewhere and Rose, played by Brooke Adams (Invasion of the Body Snatchers, The Dead Zone), is enjoying a swim in the clear ocean whilst the tour-boat…