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11.22.63 Own On Blu-Ray, DVD & Digital – Stephen King, JFK Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Release REVIEW

By Geno McGahee (Note: Warner Bros. Home Entertainment provided me with a free copy of the DVD I reviewed in this Blog Post. The opinions I share are my own.) On August 9th, the Stephen King number one, best-selling novel turned mini-series “11.22.63” was released to Blu-Ray, DVD and Digital HD. Executive Produced by Emmy® […]

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Dreamscape (1984) – Dennis Quaid|David Patrick Kelly -DREAM INVASION HORROR MOVIE REVIEW

By Geno McGahee The 1980s was such a great time for film and one of the films that had the biggest impact on me was the 1984 flick “DREAMSCAPE.” Remarkably, it came out the same year as A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET and even though they are more different than alike, there are similarities that […]

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House Hunting (2013) – Marc Singer Paranormal HORROR MOVIE REVIEW

By Geno McGahee Haunted house movies are overdone, but they are usually found footage these days. So, HOUSE HUNTING, despite it being in a sub-genre that’s overdone, seemed fresh. Written and directed by Eric Hurt, HOUSE HUNTING is a paranormal horror film with plenty of mystery mixed in. With a solid cast and decent pace, […]

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Aaron West and The Roaring Twenties Premiere New Song – MUSIC NEWS

Aaron West and the Roaring Twenties (the solo project of Wonder Years front man, Dan Campbell) have released a new song today. Fans can now stream “Green Like the G Train, Green Like Sea Foam” and read a Q+A with Campbell exclusively with XPN – The Key here: http://bit.ly/1XL4AhK The song is taken from the […]

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The Incredible Hulk: Fast Lane (1981) – Marvel Superhero TV Show Review

By Geno McGahee David Banner (Bill Bixby) keeps getting questionable jobs. No matter what gig he gets, there is always some sort of trouble, but at least he’s looking for work. He could easily have this entitled attitude and just wait by the mailbox for a check. If being the Hulk doesn’t qualify you for […]

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The 6TH Day (2000) – Arnold Schwarzenegger SCI-FI/ACTION MOVIE REVIEW

By Geno McGahee “You cloned the wrong man.” – Adam Gibson (Arnold Schwarzenegger) In 1994, Arnold Schwarzenegger had his last big hit of the nineties with TRUE LIES. The follow up films underperformed including JUNIOR, ERASER, JINGLE ALL THE WAY and END OF DAYS. For the most part, Schwarzenegger released quality films (Not JUNIOR), but […]

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Cop Car (2015) – Kevin Bacon Universal Pictures Home Entertainment BLU-RAY THRILLER MOVIE REVIEW

By Geno McGahee On September 29th, the highly anticipated COP CAR will arrive on DVD and Blu-Ray from Universal Pictures Home Entertainment. Written and Directed by Jon Watts, COP CAR features Kevin Bacon (FOOTLOOSE, MYSTIC RIVER) as a corrupt sheriff with plenty of skeletons in his closet.  Two ten-year-old kids stumble upon his cop car […]

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The Stuff (1985) – Larry Cohen HORROR MOVIE REVIEW

By Geno McGahee Larry Cohen is responsible for a lot of classic horror movies including the MANIAC COP series, GOD TOLD ME TO, IT’S ALIVE and the 1985 B movie “THE STUFF.” Borrowing from movies like INVASION OF THE BODY SNATCHERS and THE BLOB, THE STUFF brings an alien takeover from a white blob disguised […]

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The Incredible Hulk: THE FIRST (1981) – Marvel Superhero TV Show Review

By Geno McGahee I’m a huge fan of the Ken Johnson INCREDIBLE HULK television series. I grew up on Lou Ferrigno painted green and throwing around bad guys, and Bill Bixby as the man “David Banner.” It was just an incredible series and a great take on the monster. I know a lot of comic […]

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The Liminal Man by Todd Keisling – BOOK REVIEW

By Wayne C. Rogers Precipice Books, 2012, $13.95, 305pp The Liminal Man by Todd Keisling is the sequel to his earlier novel, A Life Transparent, featuring Donovan Candle as the lead character. In A Life Transparent, Donovan Candle finds himself unexpectedly transported to the Monochrome…an alternate reality to our own world where mediocre human beings […]

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The River of Souls by Robert McCammon – BOOK REVIEW

By Wayne C. Rogers Subterranean Press, Deluxe Hardcover Edition, $24.95, 264pp As most people who read my reviews already know, I’m a huge fan of Robert McCammon’s and have been since Baal was first published back in 1978. The last thirty-five years have certainly been a great period for horror fans with the coming of […]

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The Incredible Hulk: Metamorphosis (1979) – SUPERHERO TV EPISODE REVIEW

By Geno McGahee “That’s not an act. That’s the Hulk!” – Jack McGee (Jack Colvin) There is something special about those that dress up in elaborate costumes and play heavy metal music. In the 1979 episode of The Incredible Hulk “METAMORPHOSIS,” a musical act “Lisa Swan and Shock” are taking over the nation with an […]