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Most Iconic 80s Anime

It’s time for another tumble through the history of the anime medium. Last time, we counted off what the most iconic anime from the 90s were. Now we go back even further to the decade where anime seriously started taking shape: the 80s! A time of funky music, crazy hairstyles, and ridiculous amoun...

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RETRO REVIEW: Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers

Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers (1988) is the fourth sequel in the long-running Halloween franchise. Directed by Dwight H. Little, it signals the return of the titular character, who learns that he has a niece, the last surviving Strode. He wakes from his coma, returns to Haddonfield, and t...

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RETRO REVIEW: Halloween II (1981)

Halloween II (1981) is a horror film in the slasher subgenre, directed by Rick Rosenthal, which continues the story that began in the original Halloween (1978). After being shot and falling out of a window, Michael Myers disappears from the scene and continues to stalk the town of Haddonfield with h...

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10 Anime Recommendations for Newcomers

As an avid anime fan, I relish talking with people about the different shows I’ve watched. Whenever other people who are not as involved with anime join the conversation, rather than not being invested in the subject matter, they actually express either polite or genuine interest in the content be...

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What I’ve Been Playing – Alien: Isolation

1979’s Alien was a landmark horror film, as well as one of the films that launched Ridley Scott into director super stardom. With a tense atmosphere, a great lead performance from Sigourney Weaver, and one of the most iconic movie monsters in film history, Alien was an instant classic. The p...

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REVIEW: American Made

In my opinion, the best movies are the ones that make everything look easy. There are so many supposedly fun, adrenaline-fueled films that run out of steam as they go on, shedding their cohesion and/or entertainment value, and leaving the viewer mildly amused but ultimately dissatisfied. It is a dif...

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