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Halloween Franchise Definitive Ranking!!!

<p class="has-text-align-left" value="<amp-fit-text layout="fixed-height" min-font-size="6" max-font-size="72" height="80">The Halloween movie franchise has become part of the fabric of what makes a scary movie in today’s world. Unlike other movie franchises however, that have had impact throughout their installments Halloween’s most important contribution came in its first film. The Friday the 13<sup>th</sup> films as well as Nightmare…

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Forgotten Classic: The Hospital

In the spirit of October and Halloween I tune into my usual horror selection. However, while searching through Amazon Prime for an unseen gem I discovered 1971’s The Hospital. The film centers around George C. Scott a severely depressed doctor who has grown apathetic to the ever-increasing unrest around him both within and outside the…

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Solo: A Star Wars Story

Spoiler Alert Released on the Forty-first anniversary of Star Wars: A New Hope it doesn’t match that deified film but makes a strong entry. Solo takes a minute or two to get its legs but quickly begins to tell a story that’s familiar and unique all at the same time. Han Solo is the scoundrel…

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The Post!!!

I’m afraid my dear reader this will be less a review and more a deep dive into my reignited passion for writing. While I only claim to be as worldly a wordsmith as Woodward and Burnstein in the quiet of my own cubicle, I know they outrank my meager talents. To further that point I’ve…