Movie Anniversary Tag

Back in the '80s, there were few cartoon series/toy lines more popular among young boys than He-Man and the Masters of the Universe and G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero. Both adored, in 1984, Hasbro launched their Transformers toyline via promotion of Comic Books and a television...

There is something beautiful and haunting about the original Universal monsters films. Featuring an atmosphere encapsulated within the black and white celluloid accompanied by crackly mono sound, it all just adds to the ambience of classic Horror cinema. [caption id="attachment_113378" align="alignleft" width="660"] Frankenstein (1931) still [/caption] An era of...

In the beginning of John Carpenter's seminal independent Horror film Halloween, 6-year-old Michael Myers kills his older sister, Judith, inexplicably on Halloween 1963.  Fifteen years later, on Halloween of 1978, Michael returns to his hometown of Haddonfield, Illinois to finish what he started, setting to snuff...

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