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Films 

Sequel Craze! Revisiting JAWS 2 And THE OMEN 2!

When it comes to planning these weekly double features, you always want to find two films with similar themes that will make for an entertaining 3 hour block. This column began primarily as an excuse to revisit original movies and pair them up with their remakes, a surefire way to decide if a remake truly […]

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Entering The 3rd Dimension With THE BUBBLE & GOG!

Last week’s venture into the 3rd dimension to experience the terrors of THE RING in SADAKO 3D left quite an impression on me. It was just a lot of fun sharing in that communal 3D horror experience with friends. So I decided to double down on this week’s Double Take and go full 3D for […]

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Revisiting The Double Bill Spectacle That Is GRINDHOUSE!

When you stop to think about it, Robert Rodriguez and Quentin Tarantino’s 2007 GRINDHOUSE double feature was one of the most ambitious and radical ideas intended for the general theatergoing audience. After all, if you live anywhere near a good revival house, it’s not uncommon to catch pairings of two similarly-themed movies, share in the […]

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DOUBLE TAKE! Revisiting THE FLY & THE RETURN OF THE FLY!

OK, my confession of the week is that I really wanted an excuse to revisit and gush about the 1989 version of THE FLY II. So in order to do that, I’ve decided to make this week’s “Double Take” a double feature of the original 1958 THE FLY, paired up with its 1959 sequel THE […]

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How’s This For A Double Bill? BLOOD RAGE and CUT-THROATS NINE!

In keeping with my now weekly tradition of enjoying a double feature with my Killer POV co-host Elric Kane, we again opted not to do an original movie and it’s remake, but just two movies we really wanted to see! Last week, we assumed we were following a “slasher” theme with our selections of SLAUGHTERHOUSE […]

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DOUBLE TAKE – THE TOWN THAT DREADED SUNDOWN

To me, the key to a truly great “remake” of a pre-existing horror film is simple. Would the new update make a good double feature with the original movie? When it comes to programming a double feature, the goal is to find two movies with a similar theme that would complement each other. And there’s […]