Classick Cinema: My pitch for a proper sequel to “Gremlins”

A few months back, I was a guest on the Nerd Lunch Podcast to talk about comebacks (listen to that show here). As part of the show, each of us named an old 80s property we’d like to see make a comeback and that’s when my wheels started spinning about one of my favorite monster…

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Classick Cinema: Dreamscape (1984-A-Thon)

This 1984-A-Thon review of Dreamscape, starring Dennis Quaid. Two government scientists working on an experiment recruit a gifted psychic to enter the subconscious minds of patients troubled by ominous dreams.

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Bring back… Inhumanoids (The League)

This post is another late submission to The League of Extraordinary Bloggers– you can consider this one extra credit, if you must… Bring it back! What product or media property would you like to see revived, and how would you imagine it being different today. (topic courtesy of Big J over at Nerd Rage Against the…

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Episode 53: “New Ditty” a.k.a. “Bucket Nekkid”

  Featuring guest Shanta Fabulous, the Cold Slither crew takes on popular, famous, and some infamous, nude scenes in the movies. Enjoy this classic episode via our free CSP Archive! Download, listen and tell a friend (or foe)! In this episode, we answer a number of revealing questions, including: What was the first nude scene…

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Classick Cinema: The Hand (1981)

Long before he shed tears as Bruce Wayne’s butler in The Dark Knight Rises, Sir Michael Caine starred in one of the most “gripping” horror flicks in Clasick’s memory, The Hand!

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Episode 29: Slither Assemble! The Avengers preview show

This episode we welcome bona fide movie reviewers Tank & Fogs from The (title pending) Movie Poodcast to help us review each of the Marvel films leading up to The Avengers movie, which opens in U.S. theaters this coming Friday, May 4th! Enjoy this classic episode via our free CSP Archive! Download, listen and tell…

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(Aunt) May Day

Classick celebrates May Day by looking back at comic books’ most famous of matriarchs, Spidey’s Aunt May!

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