Posts written by Christine
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The Box – It is the film version of the Richard Matheson story Button Button. Matheson is one of my favorite authors of all time. Not only did he write I Am Legend (which everyone is so keen on nowadays) he wrote some of the best Twilight Zones
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All right friends, I learned a few things at NYC Comic Con I’d like to share. One being that large droves of geeks and cosplayers are kinda scary. Also, that $3 water and $9 sandwiches are aggravating. But the most important and undeniable trut
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Well, I can honestly say that space is what scares me most. You could read a lot of deep shit into that fear. All kinds of stuff about vastness and the unknown. Or you could go for the more physical threat of aliens. Aliens are in space, and those so
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If you gaze to your right slightly, you will see Loma Lynda listed under our “friends”. This of course was done as a way of saying “hey, check this out”. Well, this is a slightly more obvious way of us saying “hey, check
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I always get a little excited when I can see a film before it’s wide release. And as I have mentioned numerous times before, I love George Romero. So I was beyond thrilled to attend a screening of Diary of the Dead with Romero in person. WOW! L
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I scream from the roof tops this one question, WHY? Why are we remaking this? *sigh* I realize I’ve been on the remake warpath as of late. And I do hate to keep on it, but this needed to be spoken about. Where to begin… I suppose at the b
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Erg… I promised myself I wouldn’t become one of those rabid hunters. I truly didn’t NEED to know anything specific about Cloverfield. I just want to see it and enjoy it without any preconceived notions. So why is it that when I get
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Entertainment Weekly has finally done something I find entertaining! Check out their list of the top 25 sci-fi movies and shows from the last 25 years. I must say it ain’t bad. Here are a few of my feelings/opinions/observations… cuz I kn
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I will start this by saying: 1) I obsessively love Richard Matheson. I Am Legend in book form is probably one of the most amazing things I have ever read. I finished it in like a day and a half. He also wrote for Twilight Zone, Star Trek, Night Galle