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[Podcast] Thor Ragnarok – Creep 2 – Episode 240 – Horror News Radio

What?! Horror News Radio covering another superhero movie?! I know some of you may be pretty Thor about that, but there’s still plenty of fun to be had as The Grue Crew chums around Sakaar for Thor: Ragnarok. Taika Waititi – the Kiwi director behind What We Do In the Shadows – puts his distinctive humorous stamp on the Marvel […]

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[Review] Thor: Ragnarok (2017) – by Doc Rotten

Marvel returns to Asgard with Thor: Ragnarok (2017), the third in the Thor series of films. However, this addition to the franchise brings far more spirit, color, life, and humor to the sometimes stiff characters. Director Taika Waititi along with writers Eric Pearson, Craig Kyle, and Christopher Yost may have created the most accessible and […]

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[Podcast] The Cabin In the Woods (2012) – Episode 28 – Decades of Horror 1990s And Beyond

“It’s so strange. I’m actually rooting for this girl. She’s got so much heart and you think of all the pain and the… TEQUILA IS MY LADY! MY LADY! TEQUILA! FROM DARKNESS, THERE IS LIGHT!” Steve (Bradley Whitford) avoids guilt with alcohol. Just like every responsible adult! Cabin in the Woods is easily one of the best […]

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[Trailer] “Thor Ragnarok” (2017): It’s Main Event Time

With blazing riffs from Led Zeppelin’s Immigrant Song, Marvel unleashes the first trailer for Taika Waititi’s Thor Ragnarok, the third Thor film. The entire trailer is sizzling from the introduction to Hela to the destruction of Mjolnir and Asgard to the first glimpse at the Grandmaster (Jeff Goldblum) to a quick, blink-and-you-miss-it shot of Skurge, The Executioner […]

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“Ghostbusters” (2016): It’s Time to Get Slimed Again

Ghostbusters is a flawed spectacle of incredibly fun highs and inexcusable, boring lows. The film is all over the place, struggling to maintain a focused tone and concise direction. The film succeeds on pure chemistry and wizardry alone. Director Paul Feig is fortunate to have terrific casts in his films, Ghostbusters is not different. The […]

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“Huntsman: Winter’s War” (2016): A Messy and Unnecessary Sequel

Huntsman: Winter’s War is a “craptastic” catastrophe, one of the more frustrating examples of Hollywood mentality toward franchises that illustrate the worst cash-grabbing mindset of making sequels. The further adventures of the Huntsman and Ravenna (Snow White is nothing more than a namesake here) is a lame, boring, shoddily concatenated tale of cinematic fantasy nonsense. […]

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“In the Heart of the Sea” (2015): An Epic Tale Buried At Sea

The novel Moby-Dick is an American classic, one that has been given credit to influencing Jaws or at least in comparison to Quint’s drive to track and kill the great white shark. In Ron Howard’s In the Heart of the Sea, the true story of the whaling ship Essex in 1820 that inspired Herman Melville’s […]