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See the Military Muscle Tied to a Frank Frazetta Classic
12 months ago

See the Military Muscle Tied to a Frank Frazetta Classic

If you’ve ever admired the cover of a Robert E. Howard Conan book, you’re probably familiar with artist Frank Frazetta.

Frazetta died in 2010, but for at least …
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Why the Female ‘Doctor Who’ Casting Could Fail
12 months ago

Why the Female ‘Doctor Who’ Casting Could Fail

News that Jodie Whittaker landed the lead role in the BBC’s “Doctor Who” sent right wing groups and Social Justice Warriors into a frenzy.

Some insist the good Doctor should …
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Metal Band Promotes Violence Against Alt-Right
1 year ago

Metal Band Promotes Violence Against Alt-Right

Metal band Stray From the Path’s new music video slams both the Alt-right movement as well as those with a fondness for red baseball caps.

The Long Island band has …
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Why This Low Budget Horror Director Just Wouldn’t Quit
1 year ago

Why This Low Budget Horror Director Just Wouldn’t Quit

It took four years to get to this point.

The release of “Capps Crossing,” a horror/thriller I wrote and directed, has made it to theaters and Video on Demand.

It …
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John A. Daly
1 year ago

John A. Daly

John A. Daly is a recovering software developer turned political, media and culture writer. He’s a published author of three novels (the Sean Coleman thriller series and a freelance contributor …
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Brad Slager
1 year ago

Brad Slager

Brad Slager has spent a number of years covering the business and promotional side of the entertainment industry. He also embraces a fondness for bad films via his DVD Autopsy …
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Why Stanley Kubrick’s Vision Is So Viddy 2017
1 year ago

Why Stanley Kubrick’s Vision Is So Viddy 2017

It’s impossible to forget director Stanley Kubrick’s film canon.

I’m watching David Wain’s “Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp” for the dozenth time. There’s a scene in the …
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How ‘Thunder’ Honors a Great American Hero
2 years ago

How ‘Thunder’ Honors a Great American Hero

In playing John Ripley I wanted to move people like I was moved reading Richard Botkin’s “Ride the Thunder: A Vietnam War Story of Honor and Triumph.” I wanted them to …
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How Hating ‘Preacher’ Inspired ‘Mortal’ Response
2 years ago

How Hating ‘Preacher’ Inspired ‘Mortal’ Response

I look at “Preacher” in a different light.

It inspired me to write “MORTAL GODS: IGNITION,” a book about the exploits of superhuman individuals in a real-world setting.


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‘High Strung’ Trips Over Its Own Feet
2 years ago

‘High Strung’ Trips Over Its Own Feet

I can get swept away by the choreography and put up with a lot of silliness for a good dance film. After all, some of the best ones are fundamentally …
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