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We've Got a "Hunch" You'll Love 'Em

Looking for a companion with true old world charm? Why not adopt a gargoyle? Long beloved by cathedral visitors, now these one-of-a-kind pets can live in your very own home. 35 more words

I've Seen Things You People Wouldn't Believe

Roast beef on fire next to the pork shoulder on our iron skillet… I’ve watched tin foil glitter in the microwave next to the Anheuser beer. 14 more words

Zombie New Wave, No Budget Restrictions: Day of the Dead

Underwhelming audiences upon it’s release in 1985, George A Romero’s third Dead movie has in recent years undergone something of a critical revaluation, with some even wishfully claiming it a misunderstood masterpiece (probably helped along by the fact that it is, by his own admission, Romero’s favorite among the series). 1,639 more words

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Review: District 9

District 9 is not a nuanced film, nor is it’s metaphor. Filmed in the slums of Johannesburg, there’s an eerie, earthen verisimilitude to the film’s physicality that simultaneously lends South Africa a depressing gritty realism and expounds upon it’s alienized social distance. 781 more words

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Midnight Screening: I Walked with a Zombie

I Walked with a Zombie was the second film Val Lewton produced once given complete control of RKO’s horror unit, and it was released only a year after Cat People, his most famed horror film. 1,046 more words

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