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    Hammer Files: The Revenge of Frankenstein
    Posted September 27, 2014 by Terence Nuzum | Ghastly Reflections
    Hammer's sequel to their smash hit Curse of Frankenstein is maybe the most experimental and brave they ever got. The film breaks the mold of what you would expect in a sequel. .....

    James O'Neill's Terror on Tape
    Posted September 22, 2014 by Terence Nuzum | Ghastly Reflections
    In my teenage years searching out and finding a multitude of horror titles was what I lived for. The rarer and grittier, and more 70s they were, the better. Some of my findings wer.....

    Hammer Files: Horror of Dracula
    Posted September 18, 2014 by Terence Nuzum | Ghastly Reflections
    Horror of Dracula along with Curse of Frankenstein has a special place in my heart when it comes to Hammer films. Aside from the fact that they are both two of the best films Ha.....

    Skywald Publications and Psycho magazine!
    Posted September 17, 2014 by Terence Nuzum | Ghastly Reflections
    Ever since I was a small boy horror comics and magazines have been a huge part of my fandom. While that goes hand in hand with being a fan of horror movies, as a kid you couldn't.....

    Hammer Files: The Abominable Snowman
    Posted September 7, 2014 by Terence Nuzum | Ghastly Reflections
    Hammer didn't immediately follow up their smash hit Curse of Frankenstein with another gothic horror but instead a modern science fiction mystery with horror over tones. 1957'.....

    Crestwood House Monster Books
    Posted September 2, 2014 by Terence Nuzum | Ghastly Reflections
    What horror kid post 1970 didn't grow up with those orange mystifying amazing Crestwood House Monster books?! These like your first crush, losing a tooth, and riding a bike we.....

    The Unborn (2003)
    Posted September 1, 2014 by Jason Fetters | The Asian Aperture
    Por is hard at work as a bartender in a night club. She goes outside to have a smoke when her drug dealer begins beating her. He picks her up and throws her into the trunk of his.....

    Journey to the West: Conquering the Demons (2013)
    Posted August 31, 2014 by Jason Fetters | The Asian Aperture
    Stephen Chow, the King of Hong Kong Comedy, and known to movie lovers from such hits as Shaolin Soccer and Kung Fu Hustle, is back with this strange tale of the supernatural. Bas.....

    The Hammer Files: The Curse of Frankenstein
    Posted August 30, 2014 by Terence Nuzum | Ghastly Reflections
    My love affair with Hammer began not with a just by chance viewing on a late horror program or a friends recommendation but instead, after years reading about them, I decided to ta.....

    Giant Monster Gamera (1965)
    Posted August 24, 2014 by Jason Fetters | The Asian Aperture
    During the Japanese monster boom of the 60ís, Daiei unleashed a unique Kaiju movie about a giant turtle. The creature called Gamera was released from being frozen in the ice when.....

    Tampa Bay Comic Con 2014: Con Report
    Posted August 9, 2014 by Jason Fetters | The Asian Aperture
    Day one on Friday, August 1st, I was up and ready for Tampa Bay Comic Con at 5am. Following a shower and a quick oatmeal breakfast, I was driving on Bayshore Blvd just after 7. I.....

    Tampa Concert Memoirs Part Two
    Posted July 31, 2014 by Vinnie Blesi | Music Mathers
    One of the most exciting events in the early 80's in Tampa was the Blondie "Parallel Lines" concert at the historic Tampa Theater. Benjamin Gregory and myself were dressed t.....

    The Raid 2
    Posted July 26, 2014 by Jason Fetters | The Asian Aperture
    Finally an exciting action movie that puts to shame all the lame Hollywood junk that has come down the pike. Iko Uvais is the rising star from Indonesia to watch. His fighting te.....

    Eiji Tsuburaya: Master of Monsters Book Review
    Posted July 8, 2014 by Jason Fetters | The Asian Aperture
    Finally a book has come that celebrates the extraordinary life of Eiji Tsuburaya, the special effects wizard, behind such iconic creations such as Godzilla and Ultraman. Both cha.....

    Messengers (1999)
    Posted June 15, 2014 by Jason Fetters | The Asian Aperture
    In the same spirit as 80ís comedies such as Better Off Dead, One Crazy Summer, and Revenge of the Nerds, comes one with a Japanese twist. In the above mentioned flicks, all three.....

    Tampa Concert Memoirs Part One
    Posted June 15, 2014 by Vinnie Blesi | Music Mathers
    Living in Tampa, Florida, and not in a major city, I am so lucky to have seen some damn fine live concerts in the last 20 plus years. Most of these were from the late 70's to the e.....

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