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  • The Resurrection of Michael Myers Part 2

    ★★★

  • The Resurrection of Michael Myers

    ★★★

  • Marilyn Alive and Behind Bars

    ★★½

  • Graveyard Disturbance

    ★½

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  • The Resurrection of Michael Myers Part 2

    The Resurrection of Michael Myers Part 2

    ★★★

    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    One night at Haddonfield Memorial Hospital, the nurses and doctors throw a party, but you just know that that dude with the darkest eyes, the devil’s eyes, is going to show up, right?

    But what if Jason Vorhees showed up?

    And what if Leatherface came over?

    Then a zombie looking for a copy of the original film in this series?

    Sure.

    It’s wild, because these guys seem absolutely unhinged compared to the ways they’ve killed before. Leatherface saws off a…

  • The Resurrection of Michael Myers

    The Resurrection of Michael Myers

    ★★★

    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    Look at that featured image and bask in the blobby look of a fifth-generation video and know that the people who made this — Mike Beck (who was also the chief editor of the Swedish edition of Hustler and had suspected Olof Palme-killer Christer Petterson pose naked in an issue), Richard Holm (who directs TV today) and Henrik Wadling — had a great time.

    As an audience watches Halloween, a killer awakens in an office building and begins killing everyone…

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  • Name Above Title

    Name Above Title

    ★★★½

    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    Known in Portugal as Um Fio de Baba Escarlate (A Scarlet Little Thread), this 59-minute film has no spoken dialogue and tells the story of a serial killer whose latest kill is interrupted when a woman throws herself off a balcony and lands next to him. As he embraces her, she whispers something to him and he gives her a last kiss before she dies.

    That act causes his life to be forever changed, as a crowd complete with smartphones…

  • The Timekeepers Of Eternity

    The Timekeepers Of Eternity

    ★★★★★

    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    The Langoliers may be at the bottom of Stephen King adaptions, but if The Timekeepers of Eternity has any say in things, we’ve been misjudging Tom Holland’s 1995 TV miniseries.

    Animator Aristotelis Maragkos has printed every frame of that movie and used collage animation to reconstruct, remix and retell the story in an entirely new way, compressing 180 minutes into 64 and taking Bronson Pinchot’s character of Craig Toomey and making him the lead character and not the villain.

    Much…