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Dispatches from the Cinematic Fringe.
Dispatches from the Cinematic Fringe.

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Concert Review: Iron Maiden w/ Ghost (Barclays Center 7/21/17)
It has been a handful of years since i was a regular concert goer. There have been a number of factors that led to my general lack of concert going, like the fact I don’t really care to travel long distances to go to a show and the lack of quality shows com...

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Event Recap: Exhumed Films Presents - 3-Dementia!
If you know me, you know my love for genre films and the Hudson Horror Show. Even if you don’t know me, there is a good chance that you still know this about me. While Hudson Horror may be local genre marathon saviors they are hardly the only game around. T...

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Movie Review: <em>The Ice Cream Truck</em>
When I first started watching The Ice Cream Truck , I was not sure what to expect. The trailer seemed to indicate a strange Stepford Wives -esque town with a serial killer ice cream truck driver problem. Now, that seems interesting enough. It looked like it...

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TV Review: <em>Wolf Creek - Season One</em>
In 2005 writer/director Greg McLean introduced us to the dangerous world of the Australian Outback. For years there have been tales, and in some cases actual truth, to ruthless killers leaving in the Outback. Serial killers who did not take kindly to the to...

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Movie Review: <em>Rush Hour 3</em>
I remember when the first Rush Hour film came out, it was way back in 1998. Jackie Chan was on a run of action films that was raising his international recognition ( Rumble in the Bronx , Supercop , First Strike , Operation Condor ) and Chris Tucker was a r...

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Outcast Interview: Ben Dukes of <em>Karate Kill</em>
Kurando Mitsutake’s martial arts actioner, ‘Karate Kill’ will be released on US DVD and Blu-ray on July 18, 2017. The film centers around a Karate master who trawls the mean streets of L.A. in search of his missing sister. The cast includes “entertainer” Be...

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Movie Review: <em>Gremlin</em> (2017)
In 1984 a movie was released to theaters that has stood the test of time, spawned a sequel, tons of merchandise, and was partially responsible for the PG-13 rating. Unfortunately, that is not the movie at hand, that movie was, of course, Gremlins . The movi...

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Movie Review: <em>The Midnight Meat Train</em>
Let me start by saying that I am pretty disappointed that I did not get a chance to see this in a theater. That is not to say that it is a classic, but deserved more of a shot than it was given. The Midnight Meat Train was supposed to hit theaters nationwid...

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Movie Review: <em>Wonder Woman</em> (2017)
I am not exactly sure that I am going to have anything new to offer to the discourse on this film other than what has already been said. With that said, I guess I could start in the usual, controversial, fashion and say “Finally! DC has a good film in their...
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