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Blu Ray Review

The Dark Eyes of London (1939)

by Steve Kirkham.Network. Blu Ray and DVD A British horror, The Dark Eyes of London (also known as The Human Monster) has only ever been available in crappy, dupey, poor looking prints, so it is great to be able to

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The Monster
Blu Ray Review

The Monster (1975)

by Steve Kirkham.Network. Blu Ray and DVD The Monster isn’t by any definition a good movie, at a stretch it is kind of trashy fun… kind of. Joan Collins stars as Lucy Carlesi, a former stripper, who has just given

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Singing Ringing Tree
Blu Ray Review

The Singing Ringing Tree (1957)

by Steve KirkhamNetwork. Blu Ray Looking at The Singing Ringjng Tree through the eyes of adulthood it is perhaps difficult to see how this clearly theatrical, archly acted fairytale was, if you are a person of a certain age, a

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Wolf Man
Film Review

The Wolf Man Transforms

The Universal cycle of horror movies created some of the most memorable monsters in the world. Between 1931 and 1948, iconic creatures of the night…

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The Fog
Film Review

Look for The Fog

Avco-Embassy Pictures announced in 1979 that their next project would be the first in a two-picture deal (the second being Escape from New York) from the creator of Halloween, and that film’s title would be The Fog.

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Aurora Monster Models
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The Thirteen Monsters of Aurora

Cast your mind back to a forgotten day, a forgotten time. A time when children safely played outside, a time when CD’s, video games, mobile phones and DVD’s were a fantasy of science fiction.

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Revenge of the Creature
Film Review

When The (Gill) Man Comes Around:

Even before it became a critical and commercial success on its original 3-D theatrical run, The Creature From The Black Lagoon was being groomed as the first (and only) Universal genre franchise in the wake of the monster-neutering Abbot and Costello cycle.

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