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 on: Today at 07:44:35 AM 
Started by Kyle L. - Last post by wolfnoma
Moof3r, you better save one of them for me.

 on: Today at 06:33:38 AM 
Started by Kyle L. - Last post by Kyle L.
Thank ya  Smiley

Lynne Hansen once again did a great job for me.  So happy with her work.

 on: Today at 04:16:43 AM 
Started by Korinaz - Last post by Korinaz
Time for some of this iconic movie - MANIAC - 

 on: Today at 04:15:24 AM 
Started by Korinaz - Last post by Korinaz
The license plate is actually "Be EATING You", not "Beating You".

Thanks for letting me know :-)

 on: May 23, 2017, 10:24:04 PM 
Started by Kyle L. - Last post by funland33
Niiice!    Cool

 on: May 23, 2017, 08:58:28 PM 
Started by Kyle L. - Last post by Kyle L.
Cover reveal!

 on: May 23, 2017, 06:41:02 PM 
Started by RonClinton - Last post by RonClinton
Turner Classic Movies and Fathom Events are bringing some classic movies back to the big screen. They call it the Big Screen Classics series.

The Godfather, June 4 and 7
Some Like It Hot, June 11 and 14
Fast Times at Ridgemont High, July 30 and Aug. 2
Bonnie and Clyde (50th anniv.) Aug. 13 and 16
E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial, Sept. 17 and 20
The Princess Bride (30th anniv), Oct. 15 and 18
Casablanca (75th anniversary), Nov. 12 and 15
Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner? (50th anniv)Dec. 10 and 13

I imagine I'll be seeing at least a couple...maybe The Godfather, Bonnie & Clyde, Princess Bride, perhaps Casablanca and Fast Times.

 on: May 23, 2017, 03:25:04 PM 
Started by MarkSieber - Last post by markgunnells
Just finished One Foot in Eden by Ron Rash. A truly superb novel. The writing is deceptively simple, addictively readable but full of depth, with complex fascinating characters and a compelling plot that tells the story of a murder through multiple points of view. This was my first read by Rash but definitely won't be the last.

 on: May 23, 2017, 01:57:30 PM 
Started by MarkSieber - Last post by MarkSieber
Back before Sam Raimi was a megabuck director...

He made Super 8 extravaganzas. So did the ragtag team he got started with. They made various microbudget features, and one of the best is Thou Shall Not Kill... Except.

Also known as Stryker's War, Thou Shalt Not Kill...Except was released completed in 1895 and it received a modest VHS release. That's the version I originally saw. I later obtained the Anchor Bay DVD. Man, remember how great Anchor Bay was to horror movie collectors?

The premise is irresistible: Three Vietnam War vets travel to a rural area to visit their old Second Luey, whereupon they proceed to get drunk and blow shit up. But meanwhile...

A Charles Manson-type cult leader has come to town, bringing his gang of hallucinated followers. They kidnap some citizens, including the old girlfriend of the Lieutenant. Who just so happens to own a crate chock full of weaponry.

It's Rambo meets Manson, with plenty of bloody action and dark humor. Not to mention the trademark visuals that are a hallmark of the Renaissance Pictures team.

Yes, the budget is incredibly low, but that sometimes enhances the enjoyment of a picture. That's definitely the case with Thou Shall Not Kill...Except.

Josh Becker, who also gave us the criminally underrated Lunatics: A Love Story, directs. Raimi chews the scenery with gusto as the Charlie avatar. Bruce Campbell is a TV announcer, but if you blink you'll miss him.

Thou Shall Not Kill..Except is a fun throwback to the early days of VHS and the movie itself is a throwback to the good old days of low budget 70's action. If that sort of thing is your bag, you won't be disappointed in this one.

 on: May 23, 2017, 12:13:14 PM 
Started by Chris_Morey - Last post by Chris_Morey
We are now offering these awesome Elder Dice among other new items in our Cthulhu Mythos Kickstarter campaign. Read more in the latest update: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/chrismorey/cthulhu-mythos-books-from-dark-regions-press/posts/1891063

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