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Calamity of Snakes(1982)(Review)[Foreign Friday]

In 1982, Taiwanese director William Chang Kee released an animal attack film that was intended to be exploitive, shocking, and violent. What he accomplished was something that still rings true to this day on a multitude of levels. In “Calamity of Snakes”, a wealthy businessman has hired a highly-regarded young architect to complete a high-rise […]

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The Fear Street Trilogy(Review)[Terrifying Theatrical Tuesday]

When I was a teenager, my first introduction to horror was R.L. Stine and his Fear Street novels. You had slashers, supernatural, etc, and I gobbled those books up like candy. When they announced a series of movies based on Fear Street. naturally I was intrigued. We got three separate movies all based in the

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