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That Awkward Moment in Horror, Part 2: The Taking of Deborah Logan and the "egg-swallowing snake demon" possession phenomenon


The Taking of Deborah Logan (2014) was a creepy horror mystery about Alzheimer’s disease and nosy academic researchers.  424 more words

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John's Horror Corner presents: Critically comparing the Poltergeist (2015) remake to the original Poltergeist (1982)

Poltergeist (1982) changed the face of horror and paved the way for new horror tropes.  The horror genre already had its share of great haunting movies (e.g., … 2,415 more words

John Leavengood

The MFF Podcast #14: All things James Bond

Hello all. George Lazenby (AKA Mark) here.

The Audible sponsored MFF pod is back! We want to thank everyone for pushing us to the “What’s Hot” section on Itunes and we promise to keep bringing the educated randomness, Kurt Russell facts and Salacious Crumb impersonations. 98 more words

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Repopulating The Hateful Eight With Kurt Russell Characters

Hello all. Mark here.

If you’ve been reading MFF or listening to the podcast for some time you know we are big fans of Kurt Russell. 558 more words

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The MFF Podcast #13: Planes, Trains and Chris Evans

Proudly sponsored by the audiobook company Audible, your new MFF podcast episode is here!

We hope you enjoyed our previous episode on What If scenarios including Kurt Russell movies, combining… 238 more words

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Best Training Scenes of Film: Part 1: Preparing for the big fight with Sylvester Stallone, Jean-Claude Van Damme and Team Korea

80s action movies were great for training montages!  As a child, I was raised on this.  This is what I pictured in my head when I started lifting weights as a teenager in the 90s.  787 more words

John Leavengood

Interior: A Micro-budget Horror Film That Provides Fantastic Scares

Interior tells the story of one man, several ghosts and a whole lot of scares. This microbudget indie is a showcase for director Zach Beckler and his bevy of jump scares. 482 more words

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