Film Review: The Comeback (1978)

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SYNOPSIS: Seeking a little peace and quiet to write some new songs, a washed-up American singer moves into a secluded English house. But his mind isn’t on a new romance when he’s contacted by his ex-wife’s ghost, whose clues about her murder lead Jones to a confrontation with the killer. REVIEW: Unlike the more exploitative work for which Pete Walker is known, 1978′s The Comeback shows a great deal of restraint. The death scenes, while … Continue reading

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Film Review: The Omen (1976)

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SYNOPSIS: An American ambassador learns to his horror that his son is actually the literal Antichrist. REVIEW: Directed by Richard Donner, from the beginning frames of The Omen, it is clear that this film is diabolically demonic with a clearly biblical singing choir based soundtrack capable of creating chills. As if that wasn’t enough to imply the film’s tone, during the opening credits, a standing male toddler surrounded by a dark evil red background, is … Continue reading

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