Tuesday, June 18, 2024

Kristin Battestella

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Great Bela Lugosi Horrors That Aren’t Dracula

Erroneously ever typecast with his widow's peak and vampire cape, Bela Lugosi actually made a surprising share of great horror. Here are five versatile Lugosi frights that aren't vampires or his famed...

The Vincent Price, Roger Corman, and Edgar Allan Poe Cycle

American International Pictures and director/producer Roger Corman took their low budget horror productions to the next atmospheric, macabre level in the 1960s with Vincent Price starring in seven gothic adaptations from the...

Top Ten Vincent Price Horrors

Beyond his more famous Poe and Roger Corman collaborations, Vincent Price made numerous horror pictures filled with mayhem and macabre. Here are ten essentials from Price's scary oeuvre showcasing his tongue in...

Top Ten Michael Fassbender Essentials

Before big ticket failures like Assassin's Creed or panned thrillers like The Snowman and more time spent on being a race car driver than making movies, Michael Fassbender was an indie darling...

Statement Making Seventies Science Fiction

Despite what may be perceived now as hokey special effects or over the top, low budget fare, these science fiction parables from the seventies era provide intriguing commentary then and now. Crimes of...

Movie Review: ‘She Will’ Addresses Women’s Fears

Director: Charlotte Colbert Writer: Charlotte Colbert Stars: Alice Krige, Kota Eberhardt, Malcolm McDowell Synopsis: An aging film star retreats to the Scottish countryside with her nurse to recover from surgery. While there, mysterious forces of revenge emerge from the...

Cool Eighties Comedies

In our turbulent times, it's always pleasant to retreat to these epitome of cool, nostalgic comfort comedies.   Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure Time traveler George Carlin (Dogma) must help Alex Winter (The Lost Boys)...

Kick Ass Women’s Comedies

These eighties and nineties ladies knew how to take names and bring the laughter in these pleasing, palate cleansing, nostalgic comedies.   The Beautician and The Beast James Bond himself, Timothy Dalton (License to Kill)...

Kristin Battestella

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