The Adventures of Brisco County, Jr.

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This sci-fi/western show ran for 27 episodes on Fox from 1993-1994.  It starred the always entertaining actor, Bruce Campbell as Brisco County, Jr. Who is the unusually named character you might ask? Brisco is a Harvard educated ex lawyer turned bounty hunter.

Much like The Wild Wild Westbefore it, Brisco took place in the 1800s during the days of the transcontinental railroad and burgeoning scientific inventions. Another appealing factor was the humorous elements. After the death of Brisco’s esteemed father, (R. Lee Ermey) he decides to become a bounty hunter so that he can take down the man responsible for his father’s death.

The deliciously menacing character actor, Billy Drago plays County’s nemesis and his father’s murderer, John Bly. On his quest for justice, Brisco is joined by Socrates Poole (Christian Clemenson), a lawyer hired to be the liaison between Brisco and the industrialists that want Bly captured. He…

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My Life In Horror 1981 part 1 – An American Werewolf In London

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I couldn’t decide what to watch and review next so I ended up asking the good folk on Twitter to vote. I then thought why not do my life in horror movies, I’d tweet two polls on Twitter each containing four films from 1981. They’d either be classics, ones I’d not watched in a while or ones I’d never seen. I tried to do the more famous ones in one poll and some other choices in the second poll. So here’s my thought’s on An American Werewolf In London……….

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Get Out (2017) Review

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This film has been hyped a lot recently and received loads of praise, so much that I’ve only seen one person so far say that they weren’t keen everyone else seems to love this. I’ve been wanting to see this for ages and finally got to, loads of hype and praise silly as it may sound can be off putting, surely people are exaggerating how good this is?

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“Razor Bastard” A Comic Review

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One of the big advantages of running a horror site is you get offered things to review, indie movies, books and finally my favourite comics. Obviously with the horror element most of these comics fall into the category of blood and guts which we all know is NOT a bad thing. I was offered the chance to read the first issue of “Razor Bastard” by Paul Johnson, you can find him on Twitter @PJDEMONCOMIX

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The Void (2016) Review

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I’d seen/watched a couple of reviews for this film, one saying it didn’t deserve the quotes on the poster and how it was a terrible movie. The second review I saw claimed it was one of the best horror films they’d seen in a while. So two very different opinions, I love it when that happens as it makes me want to watch it to see who I side with. Combine that with a lot of credit for the practical effects and I was excited to get this film watched.

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