The Fly (1986)

In 1958, a sci-fi horror film titled “The Fly” starring Vincent Price (not as the title character) & David Hedison (the actual title character) earned mixed-to-positive reviews from critics and managed to make a profit at the box office. The premise is about a scientist who invents a teleportation device, he tests it on himself […]

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Cape Fear (1991)

In the year 1962, (the exact year Spider-Man made his comic book debut) a movie called “Cape Fear” was released in theaters starring Robert Mitchum & Gregory Peck about a convict named, Max Cady, who seeks revenge on Sam Bowden, his former lawyer who didn’t help him get away with murder. In retaliation, Max stalks […]

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Flashback Review: Godzilla (1998)

Fresh from the success of “Independence Day,” filmmaker Roland Emmerich, (also known for creating the Stargate franchise) was selected as a suitable candidate to direct an American remake of a Japanese film from 1954 called “Godzilla.” A giant dinosaur like monster who wrecks havoc in Tokyo. At the time of its release, the titular character […]

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The Mummy (2017)

In response to the critical & box office success of the “Marvel Cinematic Universe,” (MCU for short) major Hollywood studios are attempting to replicate the success of the Marvel movies. The following studios including Warner Bros. Pictures began to plant their own featuring characters from D.C. Comics along with another separate one called “MonsterVerse” depicting […]

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Flashback Review: The Mummy (1999)

During the 1990’s horror films we’re slowly dying out, but it didn’t stop remakes like Dracula, Frankenstein and Wolf. The three of them manage to make enough money, however they received mixed reviews from critics. In 1996, filmmaker Wes Craven released a slasher film called, Scream. It became a critical and box office success. The […]

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Beauty & The Beast (2017)

In 1989, an animated film called “The Little Mermaid” helped The Walt Disney Company’s confidence to make more animated feature films after a string of box office failures after their last hit at the time was “The Fox & The Hound.” After the The Little Mermaid was released, it became a critically acclaim box office […]

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