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Alien (Dir. Ridley Scott/1979)

Often taught as an example of the genre mash-up of horror and science-fiction, Alien manages to get under your skin in a way few films can. 130 more words

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Daily Dose: Alien and the GET OUT OF THERE DALLAS Moment

The One Line Summary: The movie’s tagline states that In Space No One Can Hear You Scream but from the confines of my living room that changes significantly as just about everyone and anyone can… 641 more words


kolchak: the night stalker - The Devil's Platform

This episode aired on the 15th of November 1974. A young up and coming politician Robert Palmer’s (Tom Skerritt, Alien) rivals or the unsupportive members of his group start mysteriously dying off and they all look like bizarre accidents. 524 more words



Year: 1979
Director: Ridley Scott

Summary: A mining ship, investigating a suspected SOS, lands on a distant planet. The crew discovers some strange creatures and investigates. 59 more words



It’s Halloween Week! Which means a horror film review every day!

Horror films are intrinsically linked to monsters. If you go back to the early days of the genre, films such as Nosferatu, it was all about the monster versus the humans. 1,015 more words

The Devil's Rain (1975) - Film Review

Directed by Robert Fuest. Starring: Ernest Borgnine, Eddie Albert, William Shatner, Tom Skerritt, Ida Lupino and John Travolta.

Directed by Robert Fuest, The Devil’s Rain… 438 more words

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