70's, Drama, Horror, Movies, Thriller

Night Train Murders (1975)

Two teenage girls attending school in Germany are taking the train to Italy to spend Christmas with one of the girl’s parents. On the way there they encounter a pair of annoying thugs who grow more aggressive as the trip continues. When the train is forced to stop at a station, the girls take the opportunity to switch trains hoping that it’ll give them a quieter, more pleasant experience. 

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80s, Dead Things, Horror, Movies, Romance, Slasher

Offerings (1989)

Little John Radley had a crappy childhood. He takes his frustrations out on his pets because his dad abandoned him, his mom is abusive and the neighborhood kids pick on him because he doesn’t talk. The only nice thing in his life seems to be his lone friend, Gretchen. But even Gretchen can’t save him […]

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Movies

The Park Is Mine (1986) — Movie Reviews by a Mook

We’re back in made-for-tv land here, folks! However, this time it’s not the likes of horror films like Killdozer or Gargoyles; instead, I’m bringing you into TV action movie territory with HBO’s first film ever made for the small screen: The Park Is Mine. Starring a surprisingly talented cast and taking place in New York […] […]

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80s, Action, Drama, Horror, Movies, Romance, Thriller

Hostile Takeover (1988)

Mild mannered workman, Eugene Brackin, has volunteered, along with three other coworkers, to go in and work over the Thanksgiving weekend. He sits quietly for the entire day and then, after everyone has clocked out, he locks the door, pulls out a gun, and takes his three coworkers hostage. He does not give anyone a reason for his actions, only saying that he won’t hurt anyone and that everything will be over when the circle is complete.

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70's, Drama, Horror, Movies, Thriller

The Baby (1973)

The Baby is about social worker Ann Gentry, who takes on a new case involving the Wadsworth family. The Wadsworths are a bit of an odd bunch. The family is run by the hard-nosed Mrs. Wadsworth (there is no Mr. Wadsworth), a woman who lives with her two adult daughters, Alba and Germaine, and her […]

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70's, Comedy, Dead Things, Horror, Movies, Occult, Zombies

Children Shouldn’t Play With Dead Things (1972)

Mean-spirited director, Alan, drags his small theater troupe off to an isolated island near Miami that’s been used as a cemetery for decades. No one in his rag-tag little troupe wants to be there, but Alan uses the near-constant threat of firing them to force them to play along with him. The game? Alan thinks it’ll be fun to use this old book of spells he bought to try to raise the dead from their graves.

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Movies

Karate Cop (1991)

It is the future. Solar flares have led to environmental catastrophe. A once proud America is now a mixture of totalitarian states, gang territories, and warlord fiefdoms. With everyone scrounging for the scraps, who are the few good people left to rely on? A woman with a bare face runs through darkened streets and alleys, […]

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Documentary, Modern, Movies

Spine Tingler: The William Castle Story (2007)

Spine Tingler: The William Castle Story is a documentary about film producer/director William Castle. Castle is best known for the series of gimmicks he used to promote his B-movie horror films in the 50s and 60s. He had directed films prior to that, but before that they had been primarily crime and comedy B-movies. The film […]

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