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The Godzilla-Sized Legacy of Haruo Nakajima

The Godzilla-Sized Legacy of Haruo Nakajima By Daniel Dockery For twelve straight films, from the 1954’s haunting Gojira to 1972’s bloody, rambunctious Godzilla On Monster Island, stuntman Haruo Nakajima wore the costume of the titular beast. Along with portraying Godzilla, … Continue reading

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4 Totally Underappreciated John Carpenter Classics

By Daniel Dockery John Carpenter is my favorite director. I first saw Halloween when I was in fourth grade. The black VHS box with the picture of the knife beside the pumpkin cast a shadow over the rest of my … Continue reading

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Batman Returns

  By Daniel Dockery Batman Returns Just Turned 25, And Has Only Become More Interesting Today, the idea of Tim Burton creating two blockbuster Batman films sounds like a parody. It sounds like something you’d chuckle about while fan casting … Continue reading

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The 4 Must See Batman Episodes

By Daniel Dockery On June 9th, Adam West passed away at the age of 88. And while his career ranged from roles in films like the science fiction classic Robinson Crusoe on Mars, to his repeated appearances as the delusional … Continue reading

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The One Thing Friday the 13th: The Game Gets Totally Right

by Daniel Dockery As an overall experience, Friday the 13th: The Game is average. A lack of any sort of single player campaign and problems with the online matchmaking system leave it feeling like a skeleton. It plays just fine, … Continue reading

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Injustice 2 Is Everything To Me Right Now

By Daniel Dockery I’m sorry, everyone. Whether you’re a friend that I promised to call back, or a family member that I swore I’d visit, or a co-worker that I agreed on a deadline with, I apologize to you all. … Continue reading

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Why del Toro’s Hellboy Will Be Missed

“Why Guillermo del Toro’s Hellboy Will Be Missed.” By Daniel Dockery Recently, we got the news that Neil Marshall, who directed The Descent and pointed a camera at things in Doomsday, would be helming a reboot of the Hellboy franchise. … Continue reading

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Shyamalama-ding-dong: M. Night Shyamalan movies

This piece on the M. Night Shyamalan movies is the first in a series of articles written by Daniel Dockery. For years, M. Night Shyamalan’s Unbreakable was like an oasis in a sea of both Shyamalan movies and the superhero … Continue reading

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