Post Tagged with: “Bruce Campbell”

CULT CORNER: Pet Sematary (1989)

CULT CORNER: Pet Sematary (1989)

Rod don’t wanna be buried in a pet cemetery! Is this Stephen King adaptation still a worthy entry? 

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PODCAST: It Came from Across the Pond #7: “Best Horror Movies Ever”

PODCAST: It Came from Across the Pond #7: “Best Horror Movies Ever”

The boys return for HORROR MONTH to pick their favourite scary movies of all time. Did your favourite make the cut? 

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Start Wearing Purple, Wearing Purple: Revisiting The Phantom

Start Wearing Purple, Wearing Purple: Revisiting The Phantom

Billy Zane becomes the “Ghost Who Walks” in this campy period adventure. Is it worth another look?

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SEQUELISED: Escape from L.A. (1996)

SEQUELISED: Escape from L.A. (1996)

Snake is back in John Carpenter’s maligned follow-up to his own cult hit. Is it unjustly panned? 

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CULT CORNER: The Evil Dead (1981)

CULT CORNER: The Evil Dead (1981)

With Bruce Campbell’s Ash finally returning to our screens next month, Cal gets nostalgic with Sam Raimi’s original experience in gruelling terror. 

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TV GEMS: Dinner for Five (2001-2005)

TV GEMS: Dinner for Five (2001-2005)

Jon Favreau and a revolving door of celebrities discuss the ins-and-outs of the movie business over a bite to eat in IFC’s classy chat show. 

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REVIEW: Evil Dead (2013)

REVIEW: Evil Dead (2013)

Producers Sam Raimi and Bruce Campbell present a new spin on a time-honoured cult classic.

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Dylan’s Box Office Round-Up (08/04/13)

Dylan’s Box Office Round-Up (08/04/13)

The Deadites have risen again. 

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REVIEW: Oz the Great and Powerful (2013)

REVIEW: Oz the Great and Powerful (2013)

Sam Raimi takes a trip down the Yellow Brick Road. 

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Bruce Campbell joins Oz: The Great and Powerful

Bruce Campbell joins Oz: The Great and Powerful

Sam Raimi has been working on a prequel to The Wizard of Oz for some time now, a project that doesn’t fill me with optimism. It seems unnecessary and even disrespectful to the monolithic 1939 film, which is so ingrained in our collective consciousness that any remake, prequel or sequel is just going to seem cheap in comparison. Remember Return […]

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