Archive for the ‘Paracinema’s Book Club’ category:
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Ever listen to Coast to Coast AM? Do you have even a passing familiarity with False Flags or moon cities? Even if you have no clue what I’m talking about, and think you couldn’t care less, Conspiracy Cinema by David Ray Carter is an illum
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They Live sits towards the back end of John Carpenter’s body of work. It marks the end of the era: The Fog, Halloween, The Thing, Big Trouble in Little China… and on and on. It also marks the end of the ’80s; his most prolific perio
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We here at Paracinema love to read. I think it’s a safe to assume that you folks do too. So here is a quick posting of things we think you may enjoy feasting your eyes on. Swedish Sensationsfilms: A Clandestine History of Sex, Thrillers, and Ki
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There Are No Bad Movies! (Only Bad Audiences). What a name for a book! It speaks volumes before you ever crack it open. And this is truly Dr. Sarcofiguy’s aka John Dimes’ opinion. In short, movies are what we make of them. This book speak
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Like many, we here at Paracinema Central love Stephen King adaptations. While not a fan of King’s writing style, his base ideas and themes have always fascinated me. So when an amazing director takes on these amazing tales, well, amazing films
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When we decided to start Paracinema Magazine, it was sort of on a whim. Seriously. It went something like this: “We should make our own magazine.” “Ha! That sounds crazy!” “Yea… but let’s do it anyway!”
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Ah, the wonder that is the unsolicited press release. We often receive these whether we want them or not…Not that I’m complaining, every once in a while a diamond emerges from the rough. The Golden Age Of Crap looks to be that emerging di
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I bet you didn’t know we even had a book club did you? You think just cuz we don’t have a cult like soccer mom following that we can’t formally endorse or recommend a piece of literature? Oh, quite the contrary. In our first edition