Monday , 13 August 2018

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Game of Thrones – Bringing the Dead to Life

For fans of The Walking Dead who have been suffering withdrawals since the show’s fifth season ended in March, there have been other ways to get your zombie fix. The CW’s clever iZombie has helped fill the gap between Dead seasons, albeit it in an overall lighter tone. But the only other show on television that even comes close to ... Read More »

Holy Mosasaurus! Jurassic World Rules! – review

Dinosaurs have held a special fascination for this reviewer since some of the earliest memories as a living being seeing animatronic and life-sized sculptures of the ‘terrible lizards’ at New York World’s Fair, to the first visit to the Museum of Natural History, to appearances in film from King Kong, One Million Years, B.C. and, ultimately, Jurassic Park. That interest ... Read More »

R.I.P. Horror legend Christopher Lee

One of the greatest horror icons of all time, and one of the last of the great Hammer Film stars, Christopher Lee, has died at the ripe old age of 93, in London, England. Playing such legendary monsters as the Creature from Frankenstein, Count Dracula and the Mummy to the villain, Scaramanga in the James Bond film, The Man with ... Read More »

Jurassic World ready to stomp into theaters!

After a wait of fourteen years since Jurassic Park III, and twenty-two years since the original, the world of Jurassic is finally ready to reclaim its dominance at the box office. Although since the last Jurassic Park film, we’ve had Peter Jackson’s excellent King Kong remake, as well as the Journey/Mysterious Island movies, which featured dinosaurs, this is the first ... Read More »

Non-stop action fuels Mad Max: Fury Road – review

Whewwww! Now that is a movie! Roaring onto screens everywhere, Mad Max: Fury Road gives new meaning to the term, ‘action film.’ Indeed, it is not so much of a popcorn movie, but rather an extra large bucket of meat movie. It is completely unlike any other movie, except of course, the previous Mad Max films, but it ups the ... Read More »

THE THING: Terror Takes Shape

For those fans of John Carpenter’s The Thing, which should be everyone on the planet, there is a terrific documentary which first appeared on the film’s laserdisc boxed set, and again on the DVD release of 1998. (The U.S. Blu-ray omits this feature, while the European region-free disc includes it.) Entitled Terror Takes Shape, it is an almost hour and ... Read More »

R.I.P. The Thing’s Richard Dysart

The Gore 4 is sad to report that The Thing’s Richard Dysart, died on April 5 in Santa Monica, CA, at the age of 86, after a long illness. Born in Brighton, MA, Dysart served for four years in the Air Force during the Korean War. Some of his television credits include All in the Family, Baretta, Columbo and Lou ... Read More »

Slash rocks NJ and for elephants

Famed ex-Guns ‘N’ Roses guitarist, Slash, has a lot going on of interest to the Gore 4. He recently brought his current band, Myles Kennedy & the Conspirators, to Sayreville, NJ’s Starland Ballroom in support of their new album, World on Fire. First up, the show itself. After suffering extensive damage from 2012’s Hurricane Sandy, the Starland Ballroom, one of ... Read More »

Ricci Ax-cels as Lizzie Borden

Lizzie Borden took an axe And gave her mother forty whacks. When she saw what she had done, she gave her father forty-one. OK, whoever wrote this infamous rhyme may have embellished the number of whacks, but you get the point. Based on the 1892 murder trial and ultimate acquittal of Lizzie Borden, who was accused of brutally killing her ... Read More »

Bully on Unfriended – a review

There’s the old adage, ‘Keep your friends close, but keep your enemies closer.’ In the newest cybernatural horror film, Unfriended, this rings truer than ever, and following this rule may mean the difference between life or death. The catalyst for the events to follow is that of an embarrassing video of a girl that is posted online and the ensuing ... Read More »