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Top 10 Slasher Movies Of The 1980s.

by  |  May 1st, 2012  |  Blog

Top 10 Slasher Movies Of The 1980s.

Top 10 Slasher Movies Of The 1980s.


The Dark and Dream-like Title Sequences of David Fincher Films

by  |  March 22nd, 2012  |  Blog

The Dark and Dream-like Title Sequences of David Fincher Films

Filmmaker David Fincher has had a bit of a whirlwind career. From making movies on his super 8 mm as a child to landing a spot at ILM working on features like Star Wars: Episode VI – Return of the Jedi, and Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom. It is perhaps his later work […]


20 Questions with: ‘Brake’ screenwriter Timothy Mannion

by  |  February 13th, 2012  |  Blog

20 Questions with: 'Brake' screenwriter Timothy Mannion

Join us as we talk to screenwriter Timothy Mannion about his new film ‘Brake’ starring Stephen Dorff. Timothy also shares his thoughts on the new Digital Hollywood and…


Top 10 Celebrity Guests on Sesame Street

by  |  January 22nd, 2012  |  Blog

Top 10 Celebrity Guests on Sesame Street

a perfect moment preserved in time, whether it is the artist himself performing at his perfect best or it is the art itself that is perfect once created, a perfect moment is preserved


Top 5 Christmas/Horror Movies For The Horror Fan Alone This Christmas.

by  |  December 19th, 2011  |  Blog

Top 5 Christmas/Horror Movies For The Horror Fan Alone This Christmas.

During this time of the year, it seems like a lot of bloggers would be doing a top 10 list of their favorite Christmas movies …  Well I thought that I would take a some what different approach this year, what with being a huge horror fan! I thought that I would give you guys […]


A Brief History Of The Lesser Known Or Forgotten Action Star!

by  |  December 16th, 2011  |  Blog

A Brief History Of The Lesser Known Or Forgotten Action Star!

For the past few months I have been doing a lot of research in to movie history, you know the various genre’s and actors and the like. Now last night I got to thinking that for my generation, everyone knows about action stars such as Dolph Lundgren online viagra (Retrograde), Jean-Claude Van Damme (Bloodsport), and […]


Top 10 Horror Movies With Killer Machines…

by  |  November 25th, 2011  |  Blog

Top 10 Horror Movies With Killer Machines...

A couple of months ago I did a recommendation for the movie, Videodrome (1983), with James Woods (Cat’s Eye). Now this movie told the story of how a killer (supposedly live) TV series was killing people… Now Videodrome turned out to be a truly fantastic film, and it got me to thinking of the other […]


A.I. In Film: Either The End Of The World Or A Leap Ahead!

by  |  November 4th, 2011  |  Blog

A.I. In Film: Either The End Of The World Or A Leap Ahead!

Unfortunately folks, I have not seen the movie, Terminator: Salvation (2009)… Now the reason that I mention this is because recently I was talking with a friend of mine who had offered to lend me a copy of Terminator: Salvation, and being a very amateur Tech guy, and reading articles for years and talking to […]


My Top Ten “Crazy Female” Movie Moments: by Candace Valentino

by  |  October 27th, 2011  |  Blog

My Top Ten "Crazy Female" Movie Moments: by Candace Valentino

Anyone who feels the need to wake their sleeping children in the middle of the night by screaming wire hangers and then proceeds to completely destroy the closet… I’m thinking should maybe not have kids. Crazy!


10 Things I’ve Learned In My Writing Career: by Travis Rink

by  |  October 26th, 2011  |  Blog

10 Things I’ve Learned In My Writing Career: by Travis Rink

Right from the start, we had a “flashing green light”… all the company wanted were “a few minor changes”. I should have known this was not going to be a pleasant experience after our first meeting.


AwesomeBMovies.com Presents: Open Call For Horror “Short Films”

by  |  October 17th, 2011  |  Blog

AwesomeBMovies.com Presents: Open Call For Horror "Short Films"

You can make it scary, funny, moody, ironic, vampire, zombies, werewolves, aliens or something completely unique and fun! Deadline is Monday October 24th if you’d like to be considered.


Top 10 Horror Movies For Halloween 2011

by  |  October 14th, 2011  |  Blog

Top 10 Horror Movies For Halloween 2011

Halloween… A great time of the year… If your like me then it is that one time of the year that you can justify picking up some great junk food and a whole ton of classic horror movies, and just enjoy a fun horror movie marathon! With that said cialis pills , I thought that […]


Top 7 National Lampoon Movies: By Nathan Strack

by  |  August 17th, 2011  |  Blog

Top 7 National Lampoon Movies: By Nathan Strack

The National Lampoon series is great, rather it be when they were doing there Magazine in the 70s – 90s.  Or one of their latest movies Dorm Daze… With that said it got me to thinking of all of the classic and hilarious movies they did over the years that has kept both me and […]


A Brief History Of Classic Military Sci Fi Films.

by  |  August 12th, 2011  |  Blog

A Brief History Of Classic Military Sci Fi Films.

In the last few months I have recommended some in my opinion truly great movies that in some ways involve Military and Scifi, (These films being Zone Troopers (1985) and The Final Countdown (1980))… With that said, it got me to thinking about some of the other great Scifi films out there that have in […]


Behind The Mask: The Sometimes Hidden Story Behind Horror Movies

by  |  August 5th, 2011  |  Blog

Behind The Mask: The Sometimes Hidden Story Behind Horror Movies

I am very lucky… What I mean by this is that my wife likes a lot of the same types of genre’s that I do (which makes picking Movies and TV shows rather easy…) With that said, despite the fact that she is a fan of Scifi and Action movies, she is not fan of […]


My Top 10 Favorite Hybrid Movies: by Nathan Strack

by  |  July 29th, 2011  |  Blog

My Top 10 Favorite Hybrid Movies: by Nathan Strack

Recently I have been watching a lot of really old movies, stuff from the 1930s on up to the 1950s, partly because some of these films I have always wanted to see, The Crawling Eye (1958) is one that I have wanted to see since childhood. Another one that I have watched recently is I […]


What Ever Happened To The Western Movie?

by  |  July 27th, 2011  |  Blog

What Ever Happened To The Western Movie?

As I have mentioned before, in the past decade, I have come to discover the brilliance of the Western movie… Which in my opinion is a real crying shame for me (I know that, that may sound odd, but it is true!) I mean the Western movies produced over the decades have been true masterpieces […]


The Movie That Saved Ronald Reagan’s Life

by  |  June 24th, 2011  |  Blog

The Movie That Saved Ronald Reagan's Life

It was in watching this movie that Hinckley “developed feelings” for Jodie Foster, and set out to do in real life, what Travis Bickle…


Swords & Sorcery: A Reminder Of The Magic Of Childhood.

by  |  June 23rd, 2011  |  Blog

Swords & Sorcery: A Reminder Of The Magic Of Childhood.

When you were a kid, do you remember playing Cops and Robbers? What about Cowboys and Indians? Or maybe you remember playing house? Or Doctor? with your friends? If so then you were like the millions of kids out there still fantasizing that they are a Cop chasing the bad bank robber, or an Astronaut […]


From the Original Pressbook: ‘Coffy’ (1973)

by  |  May 21st, 2011  |  Blog, Exploitation

From the Original Pressbook: 'Coffy' (1973)

Back in the old days of cinema a company existed called National Screen Service. Or NSS for short. NSS was in charge and responsible for all the advertising and promotion of all the films in Hollywood. Big and small, NSS would cut trailers, radio spots, lobby cards, 1 sheets, half sheets, inserts heralds, you name it.


Star Trek: The Undercover Message

by  |  May 19th, 2011  |  Blog

Star Trek: The Undercover Message

A few weeks ago I went on a kick of watching non-Star Trek related movies that had at least one of the actors from one of the various Star Trek series in them, one of these being, Hennessy (1975) with Patrick (Captain Picard) Stewart.  Another one being Broken Angel (1988) with William Shatner (Captain Kirk), […]


The Hang Out: The Teen Comedies Of Yore…

by  |  May 5th, 2011  |  Blog

The Hang Out: The Teen Comedies Of Yore...

The 1950s through really the 1990s was a very interesting time for movies.  This time I am not talking about the individual actual, factual decades (although each one of those decades were great in their own right.)  No, in this case I am talking about the decades that individual story lines are based in. What […]


Atomic Monster Movies of the 1950s!

by  |  April 27th, 2011  |  Blog

Atomic Monster Movies of the 1950s!

Being as I was a child of the 1990s and having not even been alive in the 1950s I ended up missing out on the side of movies that helped to define the Sci Fi genre in the 1950s. Such things as the Saturday Matinees, Serials, Atomic Monster movies, etc… With that said, I had […]


The Hollywood Draw: People Who Gravitate To The Industry

by  |  April 21st, 2011  |  Blog

The Hollywood Draw: People Who Gravitate To The Industry

California has drawn people from all over the place for centuries, rather it be the music/movie industry of today in Hollywood, or the pioneering spirit of the Miner 49’s of the 18th century or even people driven to the Spanish Mission that comprised LA before that! In this case I thought that I would mention […]


The Movies That Made The Industry Part II: 1960’s – 1990’s

by  |  April 4th, 2011  |  Blog

The Movies That Made The Industry Part II: 1960's - 1990's

Welcome back folks.  Being a history nut, as well as a huge movie fan, I have really been looking forward to getting back to this one, and I hope you guys have enjoyed the ride so far. Now on with the show… The swingin 60’s saw the creation of many truly great movies such as […]

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