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Stu Boling and the Lap Dance of Death!
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Recent posts

My Granny and Jean Claude Van Damme

-By Nic Brown-

My mother and father divorced not long after I was born. Mom, working full time for the state of Kentucky’s Mental Health Department at the time, had my grandmother come live with us to help take care of me. Not seeing my father very often, and with Mom working a lot, this meant that my primary caregiver growing up was Granny. She was a sweet little lady with an odd sense of humor that must have rubbed off on me because I certainly didn’t pick up my penchant for off-color jokes from my strictly religious mother.... READ MORE...

Ebert and me… or How Roger Ebert and Gene Siskel got me into horror movies.

By Nic Brown

A lot of people may know that I attribute “The Fog” (John Carpenter’s film, not that crap remake from a few years back) with being one of the films that really got me into horror movies. Well it is, don’t get me wrong, but before “The Fog” ever rolled in, there was something else that helped kick start my love of cinema macabre... READ MORE...


Ray Harryhausen: Special Effects Titan

-Review by Nic Brown (photos Courtesy of Mark Mawston and the producers of "Ray Harryhausen: Special Effects Titan)-

When moviegoers think of special effects, the first thing that often jumps to mind is the amazing array of computer generated images populating some of modern cinema’s biggest blockbusters. From the lifelike dinosaurs of Steven Spielberg’s “Jurassic Park” to the fantastic alien landscapes and creatures of James Cameron’s “Avatar”, these films take the viewer into a world of imagination using both their stories and their special effects. But can you name the people who made the dinosaurs of “Jurassic Park”, the aliens of “Avatar”, or even the CGI half shark/half octopus of Syfy’s “Sharktopus”? 



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