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Introduction to Japanese Cyberpunk

Cyberpunk is an offshoot of science fiction, usually set in a dystopian future with a focus on “low life-high tech”; advanced technology in contrast with dire living conditions, pollution and social disorder. The genre has it’s beginning in the 1960’s and 1970’s with authors like Phillip K. Dick, Roger Zelazny and J. G. Ballard taking science fiction to darker paths …

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HALLOWEEN Comics 2019

Everyone’s entitled to one good read! Or in this case, six. Having previously done a list of personal favourites and then my best horror adaptations, this year I thought I’d jump the line and do a ‘best of 2019’ in time for your Samhain fireside reading. That way when everyone else is compiling their lists in time for Xmas, you …

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Glass Trilogy Explained

Glass Trilogy Explained The Hero, The Unstoppable Force And The Mastermind The East rail 133 trilogy, or Glass trilogy, as most people call it, is one of the most bizarre and interesting trilogies in modern history. The thought-provoking deconstruction of the superhero storyline came from the mind of famed and polarizing director M. Night Shyamalan.  The trilogy consists of 2000s …

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10 Great Horror Movies Not on Blu ray (We’d Love to See Shout Factory Release!)

Welcome horror fans to our top recommended list of great horror films that SHOULD be on bluray. We realize that keeping this to 10, was a struggle, however the list still represents 10 films that aren’t on high resolution yet!!??. I do welcome readers to comment more below in the hope that distributors read this piece and are ambitious enough …

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Key Genre Films – 1930s

In 1924 the first major theatrical production of Bram Stoker’s Dracula opened on stage in England. Starring writer-actor Hamilton Deane, the play was such a success that it was transferred to London’s West End. In 1927 the production opened on Broadway starring a young Hungarian actor named Bela Lugosi. Universal pictures purchased the screen rights that same year for US$40,000, …

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