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Westerns Recommended for fans of ‘Red Dead Redemption’

Ricky D Fernandes
Now that Rockstar Games has officially announced a sequel, set for release next year, what better time to look at some criminally overlooked Westerns that fans of the game may be interested in watching while they impatiently wait for it to arrive.
BHFF Film Sordid Cinema

Brooklyn Horror Film Festival: ‘Wolfman’s Got Nards’ is a Must See for Fans of ‘The Monster Squad’

Ricky D Fernandes
Wolfman’s Got Nards, a documentary exploring the initial failure and subsequent cult success of the 80’s movie The Monster Squad begins with a question: Is The Monster Squad a cult film? As someone points out later in the documentary, if you ask five people what defines a cult movie, you’ll
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‘Joggernauts’ Review: Couch Co-Op at its Best

Ricky D Fernandes
Jog! Jump! Switch! And so reads the tagline for Joggernauts, the colourful couch co-op puzzle platformer from Space Mace, a Minneapolis-based independent game studio made up of industry veterans who believe in creating multiplayer games that family and friends can enjoy together. Published by Grafitti Games, Joggernauts follows a group of elite
31 Days of Horror Sordid Cinema Spotlight

Games of Terror: The 40 Best Slasher Films (1970 – 1990)

Ricky D Fernandes
We present to you the best slasher films made between 1970-1990 split between four pages.
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‘Luigi’s Mansion’ – A Stunning Achievement That Would Also Make a Great Movie

Ricky D Fernandes
After being Mario’s sidekick for more than a decade, Luigi was finally given the chance to once again star in his own game. Luigi’s Mansion was a launch title for the GameCube, and the second title in the Mario franchise where Luigi is the main character, (the first, being Mario is Missing!). The game features some refreshing
Fantasia Film Festival Sordid Cinema

‘Knuckleball’ – A Bloody, Violent Version of ‘Home Alone’

Ricky D Fernandes
Playing out like an R-Rated version of Home Alone, Michael Peterson’s gritty thriller pits a clever young boy against a psychopath in a bloody game of cat and mouse. For a film with a very basic premise, a small cast, and one location, Knuckleball is a tight, efficient thriller that
200 Greatest Horror Films 31 Days of Horror Sordid Cinema Spotlight

150 Greatest Horror Movies of the 20th Century

Ricky D Fernandes
It is impossible to make a definitive list of the best horror films but what follows is a list of my personal 150 favorite horror films of the 20th century accompanied by a few special mentions.